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    Which of the following does NOT need an apostrophe inserted or deleted? Answer Selected Answer:    Todays weather report for several inches’ of snow is an answer to student’s prayers. Correct Answer:    Today’s weather report for several inches of snow is an answer to students’ prayers. Question 2 0 out of 2 points Which of the following does NOT need an apostrophe inserted or deleted? Answer Selected Answer:    Her parents’ proud face’s were Bess’s best

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    CHCAD401D Advocate for clients - Assignment 2 What you have to do Students are required to read the case study and answer the following questions. You need to have read through the learning material for CHCAD401D Advocate for clients and any additional resources on the OLS before commencing this assignment. Please reference your work. Referencing guides are available on the OLS under Assessment Guidelines. Task Read the case study and answer the following questions. Case study You are an

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    Louise Erdrich Tracks It okay however not very interesting story. It is a confusing story at the beginning. I am still uncertain if Nanapush is a male or female. the writer wrote this story as a third person‚ which again leaves me confused. The story Indians feel that they have been robbed from all there fortune. However Nana push drowns and never dies or she dies and she becomes a witch I’m confused. Set in North Dakota at a time in the past century when Indian tribes were struggling to

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    Specially for Englishtips.org Daniel Funkner daniel_daniel@mail.ru White Fang Introduction He learned only about hate. Nobody gave him love‚ so he did not learn about that. A young wolf‚ White Fang‚ is born near the Mackenzie River‚ in north-west Canada‚ in about 1893. One day he meets some Indians and they take him and his mother to their camp. They know his mother because she is half-dog. White Fang begins to learn the ways of men—and of other dogs. The dogs hate him‚ so he hates them. He learns

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    The black lace fan my mother gave me “The black lace fan my mother gave me” written by Eavan Bolland is about a love affair that a couple had in prewar Paris. The poem suggests that there are always going to be problems in a relationship‚ but those problems could bring joyful memories. The title gives us the clue that the object is important or has a meaning to it since it is given as a gift. The poet described in the title that the gift was a black lace fan. The object could symbolize many

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    Penny Marshall has directed six films in her career: "The Preachers Wife"(1996)‚ "Renaissance Man"(1994)‚ "A League of Their Own"(1992)‚ "Awakenings"(1990)‚ "Big"(1998)‚ and "Jumpin’ Jack Flash"(1986). We know Penny best from her stint in Laverne and Shirley (1976-1983) as the hilarious Laverne De Fazio. After the series was cancelled Laverne appeared in some pictures until her directorial debut in "Jumpin’ Jack Flash". This film was pretty much a bomb and Penny gained credibility as a director in

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    In his Book Black FilmWhite Money‚ Jesse Algeron Rhimes makes an interesting parallel. He declares “Edison initiated mass film viewing with the introduction of the large-screen projector in New York City on April 23‚ 1896. Less than one month later‚ on May 18‚ the U.S Supreme Court formally sanctioned “Jim Crow” segregation by formulating its anti-Black “separate but equal” doctrine in Plessy v. Ferguson”. He adds‚ “ Racial segregation and mass film viewing are siblings‚ if not forever squabbling

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    SCENE I Stella is a transfer student in a famous university .In the beginning of her first semester‚ her teacher asked her to introduce herself. Teacher: Nice to meet you Stella‚ could you introduce yourself to everybody? Stella: Sure. I have a dream‚ that is‚ to have a colourful life in the next four years. First I’ll do my best in studies‚ not only for scholarship but also for myself. Second‚ i’d like to make some new friends in my university life. With no doubt‚ Stella will be a star in the

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    man’s biological body is still there. In other words‚ death takes the dead man’s soul from his body. In this process‚ nothing changes in the physical world; only in the spirit world is the person’s soul taken by Death. This vividly shows that in this film‚ soul and body are separate‚ and there exists

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    From a feminist point of view‚ Ernest Hemingway’s "Hills Like White Elephants" uses a plethora of symbols to convey the idea that a young girl named Jig is a typical woman dealing with a woman’s choice. Although the word abortion is never used in the story‚ the reader is lead to that conclusion through the use of symbolism. The story begins with Jig and her American boyfriend waiting for a train in the valley of Ebro‚ a symbolic use of the word "Embryo". In addition‚ the valley of Ebro has a river

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    to chose to film his movie in black-and-white creates a more serious tone and mood. A black-and-white film creates the effect of having a point that needs to be made across to the audience and exercises the concepts in the movie to be compared to reality. Evidently‚ this film about nuclear weaponry sends a political message about what can happen between the USSR and America. The black-and-white also enhances the seriousness of the mood and provides the relation of connecting this film to McCarthyism

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    Dravya bhai‚ Wish you many many happy returns of the day‚ I wish all your dreams come true and you get all the happines in the world. My wishes are always with you. You are no more an teenager‚ you have entered the adult year. Hope every single day would be of great party like the one today. In your 18th Birthday‚ say hello to a driver’s license‚ credit cards‚ a room of your own and your own phone bills(maybe). How does that sound for a life ahead?. I remember

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    Relationship of Western Film Heroes with the Community In the genre of western films‚ the hero plays a key role. In many films the American people have turned their attention to more constructive pursuits‚ such as battling nature to progress America’s future rather than each other. In between this wild country fraught with danger and corruption lies the role of the hero. The hero is usually portrayed as an individual with exceptional skills who through their abilities rids a town of the corrupt

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    A funny incident It was a very dark night. I was passing along a road leading to my grandmother’s house. I was all alone‚ and very scared. The wind was whistling in the trees overhead. I even heard the cry of a night bird. The road passed by a burial ground. At that time I remembered horror serials I had watched on television. Those fearful stories came into my mind. On the side of the road there was a thorny bush. It was so dark that nothing was visible to the naked eye. As I came near the thorny

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    song “Black or White.” Whereas the racism is defined as a superior behavior against other race-thus making it inferior‚ the singer refers to this term as “See‚ it’s not about races‚ just places‚ faces‚ where your blood comes from is where your space is.” Michael Jackson‚ one of the most influential artists in the music industry‚ calls for equality in how people view and behave towards each other. The question‚ which this master thesis investigates‚ does it matter if you’re black or white‚ is clearly

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    Response to literature- Black Snake (Carole Wilkinson) Bushrangers are known to be ruthless outlaws. Many people have thought of Ned Kelly as a villain‚ some think of him as a hero or possibly a victim in most cases. Ned Kelly has committed various villainous acts or has been a part of scenes where he most likely wasn’t supposed to be. However‚ Ned has also done heroic acts and has been victimized by numerous Victorians at the time. Ned Kelly had been expected to be a villain since a young age.

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    practitioners of the Theater of the Absurd started in the fifties. In “The Black and White”‚ absurd‚ one of the many different aspects of his works‚ functions as a method of getting into the reality that Pinter has been concerned. In the skit‚ the settings are from sheer realistic life – the familiar scene of people’s daily life and the over-naturalistic dialogue between the characters. What we can read about in “The Black and White” is two ladies‚ simply known as First and Second‚ sitting down in a

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    The film “10 Things I Hate About You” by Gil Junger uses visuals and sounds to communicate the main issues dealt with throughout the text. The main ideas the film express include Following the crowd can have negative consequences‚ furthermore‚ Love can change people for the better and in addition‚ Learning from your mistakes. Gil Junger communicates the idea that following the crowd can have negative consequences using visuals and sounds. This theme is expressed through the employment of camera

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    Black and White In 1997‚ Amanda Coyne’s “The Long Goodbye: Mother’s Day in Federal Prison”‚ was published by Harper’s. This was her first publication‚ and a moving one at that. She talks about her sister’s time in prison‚ and the things she observed during her visits to her. After reading this essay‚ it got me thinking about a deep and debatable idea that she seemed to believe. Is being a good or a bad person as simple as doing a good or bad thing or always making the right choices? Or is right

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