• Shylock Victim or Villain
    V Shylock Victim or Villain? The main or at least one of the main characters is a Jewish money-lender called Shylock living in Venice. The Jews in that time were segregated and abused by Christians. Between them the Jews and the Christians there has been a long, ancient grudge. Shakespeare puts...
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  • Shylock: Villain or Victim
    English     “He  who  does  not  want  to  lend  loses  friends;  he  who  lends  gains  enemies.”   This  quote  from  a  German  Proverb  shows  us  the  difficulties  in  lending  ...
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  • Preparation of a Salt (Lead Iodide) by Using Precipitation Method.
    Subject: Chemistry SL Title: Preparation of a salt (lead iodide) by using precipitation method. Aim: To produce 1.50 g of lead iodide, PbI2, assuming 100 % conversion, using 1.00 g solid potassium iodide, KI, and 0.1 M lead nitrate, Pb(NO3)2 solution of volume 30 cm3 and hence calculate percentage...
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  • Is Oedipus a Victim of Fate?
    Fate the un-avoidable Throughout the vast history of literature, various concepts have come and gone. The idea of fate or fatalism has been a concept that has survived the test of time. Numerous characters have succumbed to the power of fate and the character of Oedipus from Sophocles’ Oedipus...
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  • Frankenstein: Victim or Villain
    Mary Shelley’s ability to create such multidimensional characters in Frankenstein proves that writing is a powerful tool that has the ability to provoke vastly different opinions amongst readers. Even though each individual reading the story is reading the exact same words, their interpretation of...
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  • Diary of a Teenage Aids Victim
    Diary of A Teenage AIDS Victim By: Charmel Holland Author's Note Although this is a fictional story made up completely by my on imagination, I feel that this story will show people that not everything that looks good from the outside is good on the inside. So do not trust everything...
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  • The Victim in a New Light
    Upon first reading Aurthur Miller's The Crucible, it would be easy to mistake Abigail Williams for the key player. When the story is examined, the antagonist is clearly John Proctor. Proctor was the soul inspiration for nearly every act following the dancing in the woods and the second half of the p...
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  • Macbeth a Victim or Responsible?
    I believe Macbeth is a victim, but also responsible for his fate. Macbeth was tricked into killing the King Duncan by the witches, but no one forced him to kill the king. The reason Shakespeare had witches telling Macbeth and Banquo that he will one day become king is because witches are not co...
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  • Macbeth: Victim or Villan
    Macbeth: Victim or Villain William Shakepear’s Macbeth is a tragedy that contains a perfect example of how lust for power can twist one’s thoughts, emotions, and personality. Even the noblest human being can become malicious when faced with the opportunity to gain power. Macbeth, the play’s p...
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  • Precipitation in Engineering Hidrology
    Precipitation in Engineering Hydrology Measurement of Precipitation | Mechanism of Precipitation Definition of precipitation: It is defined as the fall of moisture from the atmosphere to the earth surface in any physical form. Usually precipitation is in two forms: 1. Liquid - rainfall 2...
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  • Precipitation
    September 21, 2010 Entrepreneurship 12 “Precipitation” I have decided to open a retail store in which specializes in selling rain gear. My new store will be a one-stop shop for everyone’s need for rain wear. In addition, patrons will be able to enjoy and escape from the rainy weather...
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  • Precipitation
    DISCUSSION A sample containing an alkali sulfate is dried, weighed and dissolved in dilute HCl. Barium chloride solution is added in excess to precipitate barium sulfate, and the precipitate is digested in the hot solution. The precipitate is filtered through a paper filter which is then ignited...
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  • Polio Victim Rehabilitated Through Rotary Efforts
    Ali Rehman is now a happy, lively four-year old with a ready smile and eyes that twinkle like stars. The youngest among four children of Khalil-ur-Rehman, a labourer from Azad Kashmir, has been rehabilitated through the efforts of Rotary International, one of the leading voluntary service organizati...
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  • Victim Through Habit
    Every habit man has so far acquired has a long history behind it. Some habits are skin deep like polite manners; others are deep-seated like willing submission to conscience. However, these habits can at times lead us to be unintentional victims. “Habit rules the unreflecting herd,” as stated by...
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  • Villain, Hero, or Victim?
    Katie Parlier Villain, Hero, or Victim? Jay Gatsby is one of America’s most prized antagonists who the reader genuinely wants to believe in but his personae of a hero is falsely presented and admired. Characters are commonly placed in either the hero or villain category, but Gatsby is the exc...
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  • Heathcliff Monster or Victim
    Is Heathcliff a monster, or just misunderstood? Heathcliff. He is character that perplexes many with his enigmatic ways. With many film adaptations he is played in near enough the same as how he is in Bronte’s book – as a monster. But what is a monster? Is it that he is a vicious murderer? Is...
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  • Use of Scale Soft Pitzer to Calculate Deposition, or Precipitation, in a Reservoir or Core Material During Long Term Flow
    Use of ScaleSoftPitzer to calculate deposition, or precipitation, in a reservoir or core material during long term flow. Approach will be presented in four steps: 1. Determine whether equilibrium, kinetics, or mass transport is controlling, 2. Relate precipitation to the physical variab...
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  • The Faceless Victim
    An anonymous donor. A mysterious murder. A faceless victim. It’s the mysteries in life that intrigue us. “Without mysteries, life would be very dull indeed. What would be left to strive for if everything were known?” (Charles de Lint) If the Central Park Jogger had not been anonymous, would he...
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  • Victim
    The basic principle of restorative justice is that crimes not only violates the law but also harms the community, victim and the offender and emphasize repairing the harm done to victims (7). The restorative justice process involves the victim/s who was affected by the offense and the offender. Vict...
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  • Othello's Downfall: a Victim of Himself
    Othello’s Downfall: A Victim of Himself In William Shakespeare’s play Othello, it seems as though the fall of the beloved Lieutenant Othello derived from the devious Iago and his reprehensible plan for Othello’s demise. At first glance, this idea is the prominent discourse of the play wi...
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