• Module One
    Leacock On Habits by A. G. Gardiner Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell The Happy man by Bertrand Russell Unit – III: Biographies 1. Mahatma Gandhi by Lesle W. Leavitt 2. Alexander Flemming 3. Balraj Sahni Unit – IV: Short Stories 1. 2. 3. 4. Leaving by M. G. Vassanji The Guest by Satyajit Ray...
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  • The in Between World of M G Vassanji -Abhimji
    Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad, Allahabad. Topic of research- “The Enigma of Identity in the Novels of M. G. Vassanji” Area of Interest- Diasporic Literature Published two papers in journals and one is accepted to be published in an edited book. Read papers...
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  • Ib English Paper One Example
    Commentary on The In-Between World of Vikram Lall In this passage from The In-Between World of Vikram Lall by M G Vassanji, the petrifying attack of two siblings and their rescue is depicted. With the use of an extremely detailed character description, the horrific nature of the attackers and the amiable...
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  • Leaving
    some great opportunities acting with some great people since leaving my country” or “ I have certainly been kept busy since leaving the street!” talking about how much his life is better in another country. In M.G. Vassanji’s short story, “Leaving” we followed the plot which took place in Tanzania in the...
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  • Inheritance Under Hanafi Law
    in their sex, they- inherit equally (here the principle of male taking twice the share of a female goes not apply). For instance, if a Muslim dies leaving behind father and mother, then each takes 1/6 of the estate. In this case neither can claim priority over the other on the basis of greater proximity...
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  • Analysing the Data Created By Copper Displacing Silver in a Silver Nitrate Solution
    PROCEDURE Refer to hand-out sheet “Determining the Amount of Silver Displaced From Silver Nitrate by Copper”. OBSERVATIONS Materials Mass (g) Mass of copper before reaction 2.24g Mass of copper after reaction 2.14g Mass of beaker 171.10g Mass of beaker and silver nitrate 171.64g Mass...
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  • recruitment questionnaire
    c d e f g Force website c d e f g Word of mouth (family / friends) c d e f g Word of mouth (serving officers) c d e f g Familiarisation / Open days c d e f g Community event c d e f g Employer Support Programme c d e f g Careers / Job fair c d e f g Modern Media...
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  • Boring
    delivery pipe to regulate the supply of water. Work done per second work gQ vw2u2 g Work done per unit weight of liquid work vw2u2 g If the flow is not RADIAL, work vw1u1 vw2u2 g Hydraulic losses Hydraulic losses in the pump: ○ Shock or eddy losses at the entrance to...
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  • Youth Worship Service
    G We're gonna dance dance dance in the freedom we know F We're gonna dance dance in the freedom we know Em We're gonna dance dance dance in the freedom we know F G F G F Because the...
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  • Tears in Heaven
    Tears in heaven A E F#m Would you know my name, D A E If I saw you in heaven, A E F#m Would it be the same, D A E If I saw you in heaven, F#m C# I must be strong, Em F# and carry on, Bm E7 Cause I know I don't belong...
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  • Assessment
    exclamatory b. interrogative c. declarative _____10. Mariel sends me a message. a. exclamatory b. imperative c. declarative _____11. I will be leaving tomorrow. a. past tense b. present c. future _____12. She was late yesterday. a. past tense b. present c. future _____13. Bob watches television...
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  • shatterd
    copper (II) sulfate is heated a reversible decomposition reaction will take place. This is because the water within the hydrate is evaporating and leaving the compound. The water was originally bound to the copper (II) sulfate but will be separated, this is therefore a decomposition reaction. It is reversible...
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  • Whatever
    HEY SOUL SISTER: C   G     Am      F Heeey, heeeey, heeeey! -     C Your lipstick stains G                       Am               F On the front lobe of my left side brains. -                     C I knew I wouldn't forget you, -                  G               Am    F  G And so I went and let...
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  • Chem1046
    form. Equations and Constants:   1) A solution containing AgNO3 is mixed with a solution of NaCl to form a solution that is 0.10 M in AgNO3 and 0.075 M in NaCl. What will happen once these solutions are mixed? Ksp (AgCl) = 1.77 × 10-10. 5) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A) Entropy...
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  • Annotated Bibliography Participation in Australia
    Lamb, S., Walstab, A., Teese, R., Vickers, M., & Rumberger, R. (2004). Staying on at school: improving student retention in Australia : report for the Queensland Department of Education and the Arts. Dept. of Education and the Arts, Brisbane, Qld In this report, Lamb et al. identifies issues...
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  • Separation Processes Iteration
    Packing size = 25 mm Packing MOC = PP Gas pr. Drop / m bed = 15 mmWC / m packing height = 147.1 (N/m2)/m Total packing height = 3.2 m (including all packed beds) Gas / Vapour Properties ...
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  • Lab 1
    0.2 M Sucrose Solution, 0.4 M Sucrose Solution, 0.6 M Sucrose Solution, 0.8 M Sucrose Solution, 1.0 M Sucrose Solution, 250 ml beaker, water, weight scale Lab #3: Carrot Strips (used to replace potato core), 250 ml beaker, Distilled water, 0.2 M Sucrose Solution, 0.4 M Sucrose Solution, 0.6 M Sucrose...
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  • Dehydration of an Alcohol lab report
    Chromatography was then used to measure the products. Two products were formed. The theoretical yield of the alkene mixture was 3.914 g. The actual yield of the mixture was 0.73 g. The percent yield for the reaction was 18.65%. Peak A had an area of 0.3 mm2 and a percentage of 4.6 %. Peak B had an area of 6...
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  • Dynamic Modelling
    Accumulation    the System       Rate Leaving  Rate of Generation by   the System    Reaction within the System     Mass Balance Equation Rate of mass  Rate of mass  Rate of accumulati on    entering the  _ leaving the  of mass in the system      system...
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  • Wait for You-Elliot Yamin
    (2007) F G Am (x3) F G [Verse 1] F G Am I never felt nothing...
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