• Memory
    memory, but if you see or hear something familiar, you remember it. Sensory memory (also known as immediate memory),(Silvia Cardos 2001)  is for things you hold in your memory for such a short amount of time that most people don’t even know about it.  For example, you may look at a picture, when you...
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  • Anythig
    PALANCA AWARDS -The Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for literature - launched in 1950 (see Chapter 7, The Renaissance Period) - continued its recognition of the best in the literary fields – poetry, short story, essays, and the one and three-act plays. In 1981, the winners were the...
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  • Early Harvest
    place in a time where Japanese invaded the country, Philippines. Albay is a province in Philippines and the life there was not what it really was when the Japanese came. Cario is a man from a family who was featured in this story. He was never home because he went out to fight the Japanese. That...
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  • Town Planning of Ancient Romans
    streets at right angles to one another within the 2 main crossroads "Decamanus"(East –west) through the center of the town and the ‘Cardo’ (North- south) usually bisecting the ‘Decamanus’ at right angles towards one end. o "Secondary streets" complete the gridiron layout and form the building...
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  • Research
    Giant steps from Mankind Mankind Pharma is one of the fastest growing domestic pharmaceutical companies, making a strong impact on the Indian pharma scene for the past decade since it came into existence.Sapna Dogra finds more Impressive growth The story of Mankind Pharma is one of inspiration...
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  • Typography Glossary
    measured, including x-height and leading. Kerning: The removal of unwanted space between letters. Derived from the Latin cardo, cardinis, meaning "hinge". In the days when all type was cast metal, a corner was notched to a consistent height on one or both sides of a letter-piece. Leading: The...
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  • Public and Private Uses of Water Varied in Pompeii and Herculaneum
    state, with the central tanks to be connected to the pipes that ran through the basins and fountains. Another reason behind Vitruvius’s recommendation of such a plan was due to the fact that water would not run short for public use, whilst the people living in private houses not being able to...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    . PROSE There are many types of prose. These include the following: a. Novels. A long narrative divided into chapters and events are taken from true-to-life stories. Example: WITHOUT SEEING THE DAWN by Stevan Javellana b. Short story. This is a narrative involving one or more characters...
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  • Philippine Literature
    forefathers already had their own literature stamped in the history of our race. Our ancient literature shows our customs and traditions in everyday life as trace in our folk stories, old plays and short stories. Our ancestors also had their own alphabet which was different from that brought by the...
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  • Philippine Literature
     history of our  race.       Our  ancient literature shows  our customs and traditions  in everyday life as  trace in our folk  stories, old plays and  short stories.      Our  ancestors also had their  own alphabet which was  different from that  brought by the Spaniards.   The first alphabet  used...
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  • Rural and Urban Development
    version is of a story about a certain Roman, popularly called by his nickname Duman, who was a coconut plantation owner and producer of tuba (palm wine) that was popular with the villagers because of its taste and quality. His bamboo cleaners would beat on the coconut palms to gather the tuba. One dawn...
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  • Masculinty
    history. In his private life the narrator finds himself unmoored—recently he and his wife divorced and his father died—and as a result he has been unable to write. The Sanchez Mazas episode stimulates him to write again, not simply because it is a riveting story but also because it offers him a way of...
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  • Philippine Lit.2
    -life stories. • 17. Example: WITHOUT SEEING THE DAWN by Stevan Javellana b. Short story. This is a narrative involving one or more characters, one plot and one single impression. Example: THE LAUGHTER OF MY FATHER by Carlos Bulosan c. Plays. This is presented on a stage, is divided into acts and...
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  • Notes
    , particularly short-term farmers/traders who didn’t want to pay tolls of the official market o Gridded city plan 1. Roman foundations – set patterns and set layouts and set rules • Always square laid on a grid • Florence, IT o 2 main streets perpendicular to each other oriented according to the compass...
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  • Notes for Pompeii and Herc
    -the population was about 20 000. Herculaneum -22 hectares -a large part of Herculaneum lies beneath the modern city of Resina -only four insulae have been excavated -the roads running north to south are Cardo III, Cardo IV and Cardo V -the two main streets running east to west are Decumanus...
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  • ARCH214MID-REVIEW NOTE
    took the Altar of Zeus back to Berlin. The carvings on the Altar of Zeus tell a story, an allegory, which is meant to stand for something else. The Gauls, the local people in this region, were constantly attacking them. The sculptures are almost life-sized, to engage the person walking up the...
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  • Get Fit & Healthy
    salads with any meal, they dont have none or little fat). 30min cardo exercise every day. Any of these(examples: walking, jogging, swimming,running, biking, ect), Monday cardo, tues upper body (arms: curls, tricep extensions,pull ups, front press)(abdominals: leg pull crunch, leg raises), (chest...
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  • Hand Washing
    moisture produce ideal conditions for microorganisms to live on and multiply (WHO, 2009). Hand washing is one of a number of components, others include being naked from the elbow down, no jewellery (except a wedding band), short, clean finger nails, no false nails or nail varnish, washing uniforms at...
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  • Pros & Cons
    life around what influences him the most his family and music. Stage name Wiz Khalifa trying to find his mark on this world when all he needed was a pen and pad. Coming from a rough background with both of his parents in the military he had to move from state to state. He sets his music on his...
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  • Ancient Town Planning
    . It looked on town-planning as one of those new methods of social reform, which stand in somewhat sharp contrast with the usual aims of political parties and parliaments. The latter concern mainly the outward and public life of men as fellow-citizens in a state; they involve such problems as Home...
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