Our National Poet Essays and Term Papers

  • Our National Character

    UNIVERSITY of peshawar ma pakistan sTudies COURSE NO 502: NATIONAL CHARACTER OF PAKISTAN (2006-7) Abdul Rauf ASSISTANT PROFESSOR COURSE DESCRIPTION: THERE ARE MANY FACETS OF CHARACTER. THE EMPHASIS IN THIS COURSE WILL BE ON THE IDEA THAT CERTAIN CONCEPTS OF IDEALS AND TRADITIONS ARE LIKELY...

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  • Our National Day

    When Is National Day 2013 in Malaysia? National Day falls on August 31th, 2013. National Day is celebrated every year in Malaysia on the 31st of August to commemorate the momentous occasion when the Federation of Malaya achieved independence from British rule in 1957. On the 30th of August, Malaysia’s...

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  • Our National Flag

    there was no national flag of India. The people then became free. India became an independent country in 1947. Since the date of her independence, India has a national flag of her own. National Flag is a sacred thing for all. It stands for the mother land. When we honour our national flag it is considered...

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  • Our National Duties

    PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON YOUTH AND INTERFAITH COMMUNICATION, ORGANIZED BY NEW ERA EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE SUPPORT FOUNDATION, NATIONAL LIBRARY, JOS, NIGERIA, FROM 24-25 OCTOBER, 2009 Once Martin Luther King said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught...

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  • Our National Anthem

    Scarlet Letter and Anne Bradstreet Part One: The metaphors Anne Bradstreet uses in her poem “In reference to her Children” is saying that her family is a flock of birds and her home is the nest. Her eight children were growing up and the first child left to travel. Her second child left with her...

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  • IS Code for our national flag

    Indian Statidard IS:l-1968 ( Reaffirmed 1998 ) SPECIFICATION FOR THE NATIONAL FLAG OF INDIA (COTTON KHADI) ( Second Revision) Fourth. Reprint MAY ( Incorporating Amendment 1989 No. 1 ) / UDC 929.9(5UO):677.21.06’+ i 1 @ Copurighl 1970 BUREAU MANAK Gr 4 OF ...

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  • Our Brethren of National Races

    Not only Bamar race but also various national tribes live in Myanmar. There are 135 races in Myanmar. The major races are Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin,Bamar,Mon,Rakhine and Shan races.They love and take care of each other. They live happily peacefully and unitedly. Our country is made of seven states and...

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  • Why Is Rizal Our National Hero

    a Christian perspective. But Dr. Rizal may be like a precious gift left unopened in the closet of our lackadaisical minds. Participating in the events being held this year is a good way to open our hearts and minds to the dreams of Rizal for a progressive and enlightened Filipino nation. Reading...

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  • National Security: a Threat to Our Freedoms or Not?

    Living a secured life is fundamental for each of the individuals. National Security was not a threat and will never be a threat to our freedoms. The criminals act against benevolence. If a nation is secured, it would be a total disaster for the grudgeful evils which would be profitable for the innocent...

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  • The Role of the National Archive of Malaysia in the Collection and Preservation of Our National Heritage

    THE ROLE OF THE NATIONAL ARCHIVE OF MALAYSIA IN THE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION OF OUR NATIONAL HERITAGE. INFORMATION CENTRES – NATIONAL ARCHIEVE OF MALAYSIA INTRODUCTION Archives usually refer to a collection of public, private and historical records that are preserved because of...

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  • National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish

    NATIONAL SHRINE of OUR LADY of LOURDES PARISH I. Historical Background The initiative to establish a parish on Retiro Street began in 1941, with the request of the Capuchins in the Philippines to the Rev. Michael ODoherty, Archbishop of Manila. On march 28, 1942, a decree was issued establishing...

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  • Why Is Jose Rizal Our National Hero?

    WHY IS JOSE RIZAL OUR NATIONAL HERO? (Reaction Paper) Dr. Jose Rizal is unquestionably our greatest national hero and martyr of our nation. We cannot deny the fact that many other heroes gave their lives for our country by fighting foreign invaders with their sharp weapons, but Rizal was still selected...

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  • Why Rizal Became Our National Hero

    ------------------------------------------------- Upper Class | Figure 2: Members of the upper class can afford to live, work, and play in exclusive places designed for luxury and comfort. (Photo courtesy of PrimeImageMedia.com/flickr) | The upper class is considered America’s top, and only the...

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  • Our National Parks: How Do We Protect Them from Ourselves?

    been especially prevalent and noticeable over the last century By allowing access and use of our national parks to the degree that we have, we now are experiencing a marked decline in the overall condition of our parks as well as the level of enjoyment and use that many are able to experience. Additionally...

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  • Would You Agree That Rizal Would Be Our National Hero Instead of Bonifacio?

    Yes! Rizal should be our national hero instead of Bonifacio. Well if we talk about National Hero issue we should not be only on the things that they have done for our country but the things they have done for the sake of the people and the whole country. Rizal was thinking on making the Filipinos think...

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  • “Is January 26th an Appropriate Day for a National Celebration of Our Identity?”

    matildacentre.com.au/TheSong.html. Discuss the song with your class. What does it mean? What is happening? What is a matilda? Why is it played at national occasions? Why is it usually sung at a football grand final? For information about the song, reference: www.nla.gov.au/epubs/waltzingmatilda/. ...

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  • Who Made Rizal Our Foremost National Hero, and Why?

    Rizal Our Foremost National Hero, and Why? BY: ESTEBAN A. DE OCAMPO Dr. Jose Rizal Mercado y Alonso, or simply Jose Rizal (1861-1896), is unquestionably the greatest hero & martyr of our nation. The day of his birth & the day of his execution are fittingly commemorated by all classes of our people...

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  • Poets

    "The Taxi" by Amy Lowell [Where you would put your citation] I Simile A. "When I go away from you/ The world beats dead/ Like a slackened drum." i. Here, the author is comparing the way the world without her lover sounds to that of a flat...

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  • Poets

    11-2 Famous Poets : William Shakespeare: 
 William Shakespeare was born on 26 April 1564 and is regarded as the greatest poet and playwright of all time. For his achievements he was given the name of “Bard of Avon” and sometimes he was called as the England’s national poet. He has written 38...

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  • poet

    expresses the need for the United States to have its own new and unique poet to write about the new country's virtues and vices: "Our logrolling, our stumps and their politics, our fisheries, our Negroes, and Indians, our boasts, and our repudiations, the wrath of rogues, and the pusillanimity of honest...

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