• Coehlo Blogs
    smiling child for a few moments. The meaning of the crowns When Moses rose to the heavens to write a certain part of the Bible, the Almighty asked him to draw small crowns on top of some of the letters of the Torah. Moses asked, “Creator of the Universe, why put these crowns here?” “Because in a...
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  • Samrt Project
    . Company description 3 2. Project aims and project deliverables 3 3. The project cost and length 3 4. Why do we need Smart support and what would happen without? 3 B. The technical work plan 4 1. The product and the background 4 2. Proposed methodology 4 3. Work plan 6 4. Project...
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  • The Council of the Gods by Jose Rizal
    not true that he fulfills all the requirements laid down by your holy mind?     Having spoken, she returns to recline gracefully on her couch, like the gracious Undine, who, cuddling on the foam of the waves, forms the most precious jewel of a lovely poetical lake.JUNO: (infuriated) What! And why...
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  • Environment
    use is still negligent on global scale and fossil fuels are still dominant energy sources. Water is precious but also scarce resource that needs to be preserved for future generations. Sustainable use of water, land and other resources is therefore vital to enable future life of our planet. The...
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  • Christopher Columbus and Humanism
    year later in his letters home to Ferdinand and Isabella, he describes the new land and the people he has found there. He describes the natives as incredibly timid and fearful of the Spaniards but goes on to explain that, “they are men of very subtle wit, who navigate all those seas, and who give a...
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  • Chapter 1 & Composition
    do? Ans. Hazrat Mohammad (P.B.U.H) asked the Quraish not to worship their false Gods and asked them to worship the one and the only true God. Q.4 Why did Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H) migrate to Madina? Ans. Most of the people of Makkah refused to accept Islam. They opposed the new faith and...
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  • Baptism for the Dead – Mystery Solved
    ?” One may conclude from Apostle Paul’s rithorical questions “Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the dead rise not at all? why are they then baptized for the dead? And stand we in jeopardy every hour?” that some Corinthians were indeed baptized on behalf of their dead...
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  • English
    night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: Soon the streets are awash in tomato seeds and pulp. The...
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  • Female Characters in "Hamlet"
    ]. She runs off frightened to report to her father Hamlet's strange visit and behavior; she shows to her father one of Hamlet’s letters, and tells him the whole story of the courtship; and she joins in a plot to win Hamlet's secret from him. She is frightened, but why she should not be? She is not Lady...
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  • Product Liability Law
    accountable to Product Liability Law’s based on damages that a product caused? Consequently, they should be held accountable and I will explain product liability laws and why they should be responsible to the consumers. First, of all we need to define Product Liability and understand what it covers. Our...
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  • Dear John
    flashlight. This reveals the movies’ center on the Dear John letter, but taking a few unexpected paths. The lighting in this movie helped everyone imagine where the characters were and the surrounding more efficient with the movie. In the beginning of the film when John jumps in the water to revive...
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  • Salvatore
    that he had written to her to say that he was coming home. Yes, they had received a letter, and they had been told by another of the island boys that he was ill. Yes, that was why he was back; was it not a piece of luck? Oh, but they had heard that he would never be quite well again. The doctor...
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  • Line 1
    gold can stay it means that nothing that is precious or of great value in the materialistic way can stay forever. As gold symbolises materialism it wont last for long and it will give us “fake happiness” and another thing is that gold and other things which are money based can take years to...
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  • Usama
    (i) Regretted disappointed (j) Sense logic (k) Precious valuable (l) Physical tangible D. For further work and Discussion 1. “Go to the last mile … and enjoy it.” What do you think of this advice? Is...
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  • Depression
    no longer feel as they did, they no longer are going to feel depressed. Hester feels so much better with this excitement that she takes of the scarlet letter, when she does this she feels as though, as Hawthorne describes it “Her sex, her youth, and the richness of her beauty came back from what men...
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  • Connection Between Human and Animals
    has strong vitality, just like every soldier that wants to survive during the war: “Rodwell had saved the toad by putting it into the drinking water pail and placing sheets of Devlin’s glass on top” (133). Rodwell saved a rabbit during the war. The rabbit is a symbol of innocent and purity, just like...
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  • Quiz
    the water in the world and force anyone who wants a drop of the precious liquid to cut a deal with him’. Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle on Bill Gates 15. The owner of this well known Indian brand once worked as a lab assistant at the Lalbhai Group’s New Cotton Mills, followed by the Gujarat Govt.’s...
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  • Love
    deathless, it seems to bind me to you with mighty cables that nothing but Omnipotence could break... ~Sullivan Ballou, letter to wife Sarah, 14 July 1861 Who, being loved, is poor?  ~Oscar Wilde A hundred hearts would be too few To carry all my love for you. ~Author Unknown Ah me! why...
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  • Rita's Project
    near made it a point to travel to this place, by the seashore, in order to buy their needed food stuff. In the course of time, the word baclad became “BACLAR”, especially to those who could not enunciate clearly the letter “D”, and the place where several baclar were constructed became in due...
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  • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
    Reef. The tremendous impact of the tanker hitting the reef ripped open her steel cargo holds as if they were plastic. Tons of oil poured out, so fast and with such force that it created a wave of oil three feet high on the water (Carr, p.17). Captain Hazelwood did not radio the Coast Guard about what...
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