• creative writing
    ambiguity, symbolism, irony, and other stylistic elements. Figures of speech create a resonance between otherwise disparate images—a layering of meanings, forming connections previously not perceived. Rhetoric gives a poem its persuasive ability. There are different types of poetry viz, lyric poetry, dramatic...
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  • MAthematics elements of logic
    philosophy, how elements of logic can be translated to the language of mathematics and actually what use does logic makes not only in math but in everyday life as well it will be better to define everything in details. What is logic? No one knows the exact definition of logic and there is nothing exact in...
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  • Censorship
    accelerating descent into barbarism. In addition, hate speech can be defined as speech that ridicules a person or group based upon the race, creed, sexual orientation, religion, handicap, economic condition or national origin. Suppressing speech, even hateful speech, would lead to violence. Reading = intellectual...
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  • PDAF
    actions." Ronald Reagan "We are accountable only to ourselves for what happens to us in our lives." Mildred Newman "Life is not accountable to us. We are accountable to life." Denis Waitley Unity "Unity to be real must stand the severest strain without breaking." Mahatma Gandhi "United...
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  • Academic Vocabulary
    Standard Sample Grade 6 TEKS Standard Sample Grade 7 TEKS Standard Word Notes clarify derived determine ✪ dictionary foreign glossary Greek affix Greek root idiom Latin affix Latin root linguistic root multiple meaning words pronunciation root saying syllable ✓ 2B ✓ 2A ✓ 2B ✓ 2E ✓ 2B ✓ 2A...
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  • Bush
    and paradox. Euripides' role as a dramatic innovator, however, is unquestionable: the simplicity of his dialogue and its closeness to natural human speech patterns paved the way for dramatic realism, while the emotional vacillations in many of his works created our understanding of melodrama. Admired...
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  • Notes - Writers Craft
    its origin. It is the true study of the word in question. Etymology = Greek etumos/ology = study/science * Example: hippos(hose)/potamus(river) * Example: opera (Italy)/ meant going to work * Example: greek(tele)/long distance micro (small) Unit 1: Writing Variable Write=Speak ...
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  • notes
    Lefty switch nationalities when they leave Smyrna, pretending to be French citizens so they can board the boat. In the genocidal struggle between the Greeks, the Turks, and the Armenians, nationality becomes a crime punishable by cruel and violent death. And later, in America, Cal points out how nationality...
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  • Interpretation of a Publiscistic Piece of Writing
    subjective about the overall situation, the author manages to present the facts objectively and exposes a true-to life analysis of the issue on the agenda. • WHAT MAKES IE CONVINCING AND PERSUASIVE Well-grounded arguments, vivid and eye-catching examples, illustrations, clarity, mention the role of the...
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  • Medea
    and paradox. Euripides' role as a dramatic innovator, however, is unquestionable: the simplicity of his dialogue and its closeness to natural human speech patterns paved the way for dramatic realism, while the emotional vacillations in many of his works created our understanding of melodrama. Admired...
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  • Australia
    to be a true Australian, you could be a multicultural mix of many. The true Australian identity is linked to opportunity and the hope of a better life. It would be too simplistic to claim that the true Australian identity could be defined effectively by examining the indigenous communities that existed...
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  • Meds
    Aristotle on Greek Tragedy   The word tragedy literally means "goat song," probably referring to the practice of giving a goat as a sacrifice or a prize at the religious festivals in honor of the god Dionysos. Whatever its origins, tragedy came to signify a dramatic presentation of high seriousness...
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  • Publication for an Apologetic Dictionary
    comes from the Greek word apologia (απολογία), which means in defense of. Therefore, a person involved in Christian apologetics is a defender of Christianity or Christian apologist (apologete in older literature). This Classical Greek term appears in the Koine Greek (that is, common Greek) of the New...
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  • My Exams
    dry-as-dust academic paper and a magazine article in Scientific American. So there you have it, in a nutshell: A problem/solution white paper is a persuasive essay, sponsored by a certain organization to provide helpful information about overcoming a certain problem, and formatted to look something like...
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  • President james madison
    languages. By the time James Madison started at the College of New Jersey, which later became Princeton University, James Madison had conquered Latin and Greek. He completed his college courses in two years but stayed on at the College of New Jersey for another semester to tackle philosophy and Hebrew. At Montpelier...
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  • Speech to the Virginia Analysis
    05, October 2012 Speech to the Virginia Analysis In the Speech to the Virginia Convention given by Patrick Henry he displays his deep understanding of rhetoric in a very persuasive speech. Patrick Henry uses ethos, allusions, and syntax as elements of persuasion in his speech. Patrick Henry...
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  • COMM 101 Exam 1 Study Guide
    Careers (teaching communication skills to health professionals, or large-scale health campaigns) g. Government/politics (political consultants or speech writes) h. Public relations (manage the public image of an org.) i. Advertising (marketing) j. Electronic media/radio television/ broadcasting ...
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  • The Odyssey
    The Odyssey The Greeks believed that The Odyssey was composed by Homer. It is probable that Homer lived in the eighth century in Ionia, the Greek-inhabited coast and islands off central western Turkey. Homer is thought to have been writing towards the end of the eighth century BC. There was a great...
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  • I AM NOT SCARED
    to be a true Australian, you could be a multicultural mix of many. The true Australian identity is linked to opportunity and the hope of a better life. It would be too simplistic to claim that the true Australian identity could be defined effectively by examining the indigenous communities that existed...
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  • Music on the brain
    Persuasive Introduction: Questions: -Who in the classes turns to Advil or some sort of pharmaceutical when they have headache or are in pain? -Who in the class has ever tried listens to music when they have a headache or are in pain? Have you ever heard of the saying that music is medicine...
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