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  • Life Cycle And Cradle-To-Grave Analysis Of Timber...

    My research objectives are: * To create a consistent study of environmental effects associated with the production, use, maintenance, re-use, and disposal of alternative wood and non-wood materials used in light construction, i.e. from forest resource regeneration or mineral extraction to end use a...

    Contributed on May 12, 2004
  • Imaginative Journeys: Relating Colerdige's "frost At...

    SYNOPSIS OF "DONNIE DARKO" Donnie Darko is a troubled schizophrenic teenager who lives in the picturesque American suburb of Middlesex. When an unidentified giant aeroplane engine crashes into his room, a chain of mysterious events is triggered. Donnie is visited in his sleep by a giant bunny calle...

    Contributed on March 27, 2005
  • There Is No One Agreed Voice Through Which Australia...

    It is true that there is no one agreed voice through which Australia speaks about any topic. Australia is a country of multiple voices and has a pluralistic outlook, demonstrated by it's culture, population, political spectrum and community leaders. Australia's "richer tapestry of many identities" m...

    Contributed on April 1, 2004
  • Anti-Depressants And Drug Companies: What We Don't Know...

    "It's not fair. That's how I feel. That a person in America could go to the doctor, get a prescription, take Effexor, and all of a sudden be unable to quit. That the doctor didn't tell that person how difficult it would be to quit before they started medication. That the manufacturer didn't fully di...

    Contributed on May 11, 2004
  • Cindy Sherman Frames Analysis

    SUBJECTIVE FRAME Born 1954. Attended State University College at Buffalo, NY, majored in art, and received a bachelor's degree in 1976. "It wasn't until college that I had any concept of what was going on in the art world. My idea of being an artist as a kid was a courtroom artist or one of those b...

    Contributed on June 16, 2004
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