Ages of Mankind

Humankind has not always been as it is now. According to mythology, there were a fair number of races before we came about. Each of them had their distinct qualities, different from one another in many ways. First came the noble race of the golds, those that dwelt during the reign of Kronos and his Queen Rhea. They lived peacefully with one another, and were loved by the god...
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Quality and Tendering

1. The sectional size of the footing under the wall in the plan has been indicated as; 3002. The internal measurements of bedroom 1 are the measures that are within the room, and are indicated in the plan as 3600 by 3600.3. The difference of the height between the floor and the ceiling is the distance between the floor of the structure and the ceiling which has been indicated...
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The Soul Of The Heart

Shoes. These are my shoes. They are old, worn out, and dirty but they still fit and are still useful, now you can look at these shoes two ways; one way would be thinking these are trash and they deserve to be thrown away from all of the rips and dirt scattered on them or you could think that these shoes are still mostly held together so they could last at least a little longe...
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T-cell Immunotherapy

In the United states, one person dies every nine minutes from a blood cancer, i.e. leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease, and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, or NHL. That’s an estimated 160 deaths each day (lls). This paper is about why that number is decreasing more and more every year. Today, you will learn about non-Hodgkin lymphoma and how it’s treated, and the new experimental treatment ...
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Retribution and the Penalty

The capital punishment stimulates a controversial debate in the United States. Opinion polls carried out on the topic of death penalty have proved that the population of United States in support of it has been as high as seventy four percent and sometimes as low as fifty three percent of the population. However, it is obvious polling data is malleable but this dependent in th...
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Waiting by the Phone

By definition, whenever a text message is sent, there is a sender waiting for a response. And there is a recipient, who most likely has the thumbs required to respond. But sometimes a response never comes. And we response-­waiters are left wondering. You can actually pinpoint the day the first text was ignored; it happens to be the day texting was invented. On that fateful ...
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The Question of Authorship: William Shakespeare

Starting with William Shakespeare’s early childhood, it is known that his parents were illiterate. So, how could a child of illiterate parents be a writer? Secondly, it is known that he only had a grammar-school education before heading to London. Coming from a common birth, there is no way he could grasp the necessary knowledge of languages, the classics, political theory, ...
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Rating of Commercial Banks

In every business enterprise, risks are part of running this business. For running these enterprises, there has to be a consideration of the underlying risks that are likely to affect smooth sailing to ensure that there is an adequate preparedness in the event that these risks materialize. In this chapter analyzes the types of risks that commercial banks are faced with. Addre...
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Impact of the Industrial Revoulution: The Cotton Gin

Over the years we Americans have made many advances in the technological part of our lives. These advantages rank as small as the invention of the toilet to planes that fly around the sky everyday of our lives. These changes affect us in more ways than we ever could imagine. Most people over look the fact that we would not be who we are today with out the inventions of the In...
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Invasive Species In Florida

Florida is a very unique place because of its plants, animals, and marine life. However, there is a problem that many people are not aware of and that problem is invasive species. Invasive species are a huge threat to Florida’s ecosystem and all of its native wildlife. “Control of invasive species costs $500 million a year, but 1,700,000 acres of land in south Florida remains...
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