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Avery DailProfessor HinckleyEnglish 50Essay: ArgumentativeJuly 22, 2014"But What Do You Mean?"In Deborah Tannen's essay "But What Do You Mean?," she discusses how men and women differ in their use of communication "rituals." Women are designed to take other person's feelings into consideration and men are designed to maintain a one-sided position. She describes seven ways men and women miscommunicate. First, women use apologies to reassure an individual and men can misinterpret apologies as acceptance of them takingVIEW DOCUMENT
1063 words - 4 pagesArgumentative Essay
Mediterranean school of business
Introduction of French courses at MSB
SMU or MSB is a Tunisian school of business that receives students from all around the word, and particularly French-speaking student. The Tunisian education system is actually based on French contrary to MSB, which is an English system. It will be profitable for MSB to offer French courses. However, it is beneficial to students as they are aiming international exchanges and dealing with diversity on campus.
First, French is ranked in the second place after English as the most spoken language internationally and the most widely learned foreign language (La liste de GeorgeVIEW DOCUMENT
524 words - 2 pagesCourse: Writing Opinion EssayConductors: Mrs. Saida IrgashevaGroup: 314Student: Aziza AlimovaStudents should acquire transferable skills rather than technical ones at universityIt is argued that transferable skills are of much importance than the technical skills we acquire at university. Most employers seek for interpersonal and communicative candidates; personally, I think it is true that transferable skills should be given more respect than the latter when taught at universities. Several reasons to support my view will be further discussed in the essay.To begin with, technical skills more often come specifically through education or trainingVIEW DOCUMENT
1083 words - 4 pagesAttorney client privilege preserves the confidentiality of communication between the lawyer and client. If a person is convicted and hires an attorney to defend themselves on trial, they are given the advantage of attorney client privilege to keep any information that the client releases to the attorney to be kept between only themselves. Think of how attorney client privilege affects how much harder it is to find truth in the criminal justice system. Although attorney client privilege gives people the right to their confidentiality, is this more important than uncovering the truth and finding justice? In the United States criminal justice system, truth seeking ought to take precedence overVIEW DOCUMENT
986 words - 4 pagesAccording to the Indian dialect ‘Hindi’, a dialogue could be of three types: a 'vaad', i.e. a discussion seeking to reach the truth between the proponent and the opponent's view; a 'vivaad' i.e. an argument seeking to push one's point of view over that held by the other; and lastly, a 'vitandavaad', which solely seeks to raze the opposing views, while offering them no other alternative system. In that sense, the book, “The Argumentative Indian” written by Dr. Amartya Sen, the Nobel laureate has been very appropriately titled and that through this he has unwittingly revealed his own views. The way the book moves ahead, are thoughts of an argumentative individual – propagating his own viewsVIEW DOCUMENT
805 words - 3 pagesTexas v. Johnson Argumentative
To this day, Americans have many rights and privileges. Rights stated in the United States constitution may be simple and to the point, but the rights Americans have may cause debate to whether or not something that happens in society, is completely reasonable. The Texas v. Johnson case created much debate due to a burning of the American Flag. One may say the burning of the flag was tolerable because of the rights citizens of the United States have, another may say it was not acceptable due to what the American flag symbolizes for America. (Brennan and Stevens 1). Johnson was outside of his First Amendment rights, and the burning of the American flag wasVIEW DOCUMENT
537 words - 2 pagesHeather Hansen Argumentative Essay Module 7Professor: Michael Holt Due: 6/23/2014 @ 11:59pm Thanks SmartThinking Staff!Homeschooling has grown in popularity for a wide variety of reasons. I agree with most whom may claim homeschooling for children is bad because children spend too much time at home, indoors, lacking interaction. However, I have found this to be untrue considering these routes to education involve much more than initially originated. IVIEW DOCUMENT
988 words - 4 pagesWhen you first think about the movie Fight Club, great argumentative skills is not something that comes to mind as an essential part of the characters. After more thought and a deeper analysis of this movie though, Tyler Durden shown through as a very persuasive and effective arguer. He uses many different tactics and ideas to successfully winVIEW DOCUMENT
643 words - 3 pagesArgumentative Essay Australian Swimmers and Bodysuits: should they be worn in competition? An issue that has been debated lately is weather or not the Olympic athletes should be able to wear the full bodysuits. This debate started in May this year, just before the trials for the swimming team, who were to compete in the upcoming Sydney Olympic games.The bodysuits are being produced by Speedo and Adidas. They are made out of mainly Lycra, blended with a number of other materials. Nothing that could help an athlete cheat. They are intended to reduce the drag in the water and support the swimmers muscles while in motionVIEW DOCUMENT
866 words - 3 pagesAspects of an Argumentative Essay
The argumentative essay is an essay in which you argue a point -- an essay in which you prove a thesis.
The argumentative essay starts with an introduction. The introduction is the gateway into your paper, and it serves two roles. The introduction should grab your reader's attention and let him or her know what your paper will be about. Your thesis must also let your reader know what your essay will be about. By the time he or she finishes your conclusion, the reader should know what you intend to write about, what you think of that subject, and what specific statement you intend to prove.
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510 words - 2 pagesThe first step is improving sex education: Argumentative essay.In the U.S, more than 750,000 girls ages 15-19 become pregnant every year. More than 80percent of these are unintended pregnancies, according to dosomething.org. That is a great amountof teenagers that could have potentially dodged a bullet with a little more sexual education. Will a lackof sexual education continue to play a role in the overwhelming amount of teenage mothers in America?In my opinion of course it will. Just like the article states, sex education is rising in American schools,and this is inVIEW DOCUMENT
1657 words - 7 pagesIn William Shakespeare’s Othello, the antagonist Iago shows evil motivations towards the protagonist Othello that could be considered obsessive. This pattern of behavior can be compared to the BBC television rendition of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and its antagonist Moriarty. Iago and Moriarty’s obsessive behavior greatly effect Othello and Sherlock’s lives respectively that provide a solid argumentative comparison between the two. William Shakespeare’s Othello presents and “evil” character, Iago, who can be compared to the Arthur Conan Doyle TV adaption of BBC Sherlock’s Moriarty.
Iago takes on many different persona’s to enact his plan of revenge upon Othello. He plays theVIEW DOCUMENT
1166 words - 5 pagesSer esa gotaEl propósito de este ensayo es argumentar sobre los deberes éticos que el profesionista tiene por su participación activa y pasiva en la sociedad, promoviendo el respeto a la comunidad y a vivir íntegramente. Los valores son lo que permite que todo a nuestro alrededor se lleve a cabo de manera íntegra y ética, tomando en cuenta que la ética debe ser, más que una preocupación, una forma de vida que puede ayudar a encontrar el balance en la vida. Como profesionistas y como futuros líderes, se debe cumplir esta manera deVIEW DOCUMENT
2830 words - 11 pagesCHILDREN OF DIVORCE11Children of Divorce: The Effects of Divorce in the Present and FutureMathew GrayDeVry UniversityProfessor Joyce Crawford-MartinezAugust 26th, 2014The outcome of divorce in this day and age is almost as common as a quarter landing on heads. Studies have shown, that just about one in every two marriages result in a divorce. Nevertheless, when two parents decide that they are ready to pack up and go their separate ways, it usually ends badly for the children, resulting in aVIEW DOCUMENT
1275 words - 5 pagesI was interested in how the media portrays people with psychological disorders. I wondered if the negative really outweighed the bad. I found out that many more depictions of mentally ill people were negative. Children nurture these negative stereotypes that they learn from these movies and television shows. This will most likely cause the continued development of stigma towards people with psychological disorders.
Throughout history, movies and television shows have often included characters that are mentally ill. Unfortunately, many of these depictions are negative. Because of these portrayals, many people inaccurately assume mentally ill people are dangerous and cannot be productiveVIEW DOCUMENT
1168 words - 5 pagesHow good is it to wake up and turn on your TV to see what the weather is going to be like? How nice is it to look at your phone for fast access to banking statements, documents, and even emails. Matter a fact how great is it to turn on your computer and login into a social media site at any time of the hour and see what people are doing, saying even where they might be. Life is great! On the other hand, are you like me and feel that maybe we are relying too much on computers (Technology) now days.
It is not hard to see that the vast majority of Americans have cells phones. According to an article “As of June 2010, there were 292.8 million cell phone users in the United States, which isVIEW DOCUMENT
852 words - 3 pages Technology has been an improvement to society, making people's lives easier to complete tasks or give a better standard of living. However, technology befogs society's realization on the amount of reliance they have on it and it has become a problem. The younger generations that are raised with technology do not notice the dependency they have on technology since they have used it all their life.
The tendency to be on technology can be a great harm in one's health. Nowadays it is a requirement to have a computer when pursuing an education, since most of the assigned work is through a type version. Indeed it's more professional and sophisticated. Nevertheless, as stated by the articleVIEW DOCUMENT
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"Are you hot? Are you cold? Are you wearing that? Where's your books and your lunch and your homework at? Grab your coat and your gloves and your scarf and hat. Don't forget; you got to feed the cat!" (1)
Anita Renfroe wrote these catchy words for the song "Momisms", sung to the
familiar tune of the William Tell Overture. Her words best describe a typical day of
mayhem through the eyes of a mother. Mothers who stay at home know that at times,
708 words - 3 pagesGetting your first job as a teenager can be an exciting time in a teenager’s life. Most teenagers start working in a retail stores or a fast food restaurant. One place that can pop into someone’s mind when looking for a job is Old Navy. There are hundreds of locations across the nations making it available to most teenagers. The flexible hours, good management, and discounts make Old Navy a wonderful place to start working as a teenager although not receiving enough hours to work is a downside.
One of the main benefits about working at Old Navy is the flexible hours. The management at Old Navy understands that many of its employees are students that work part-time. For this reasonVIEW DOCUMENT
675 words - 3 pagesEvery person has wondered about something - whether it be a person, place, thing, law, or anything that someone can think about. They ask questions both rhetorical and actual to themselves, and usually make it a mission to answer these questions. Some of the biggest questions have something to do with culture and religion. One of the most major questions of all time - to what extent does an individual have control over the outcome of his or her life? There are many different opinions on this topic.
What really impacts the thought of human life is the cultures and religions of the people around them, and making a decision on whether to live under one culture and religion, or completelyVIEW DOCUMENT
982 words - 4 pagesThe national football league has stiffened its policy on legal hits. The hit zone has shrunk, while player frustrations have grown. The policy is enacted in an effort to reduce the number of concussions in the game of football. The enforcement of these rules has strayed away from being all about safety. The policy on hits has created a divide among its players and fans alike. The policy of hits being enforced so strictly has had a significant impact on the sport. The sociology of the NFL and the rule itself drive this argument. By stepping on the field as an NFL football player, it is accepted that it is very dangerous. The players make enough money to make the concussions worth itVIEW DOCUMENT
647 words - 3 pagesMarseliene Kuo 10U08MA REQUEST FOR SPORTS/MUSICAL EVENTSSports and Musical events are a few of many attractions to attend. Filled with lots of colour and music, many people can have fun and enjoy themselves in many ways with the events or the stalls, which are around the area. However, to provide the public with such an event takes a lot of time, equipment, and a lot of people to be able to create such an event.There are a lot of ups and downs when it comes to staging an event like this. For example, it is really time consuming and notVIEW DOCUMENT
1032 words - 4 pagesSchools have recently found themselves in a debate over the dress code of students. Every year there are more and more schools requiring that their students wear a uniform instead of regular clothing. School officials are finding that allowing students to wear what they want is causing distractions as well as conflict. In addition to educators concerns some parents are finding that the cost of back to school clothing is becoming too expensive. All schools should require students to wear a uniform because they are less expensive and cause less conflict and distraction among students.
Social status plays an important role in the lives of young people. The type of clothing kids wear to schoolVIEW DOCUMENT
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What makes a good person good? According to WikiHow, "We should learn to define our own morals ourselves. One of the simplest ways to do so is to love others, and treat them as you would like to be treated. Try to think of others before yourself. Even doing small things daily will greatly enrich and improve your life, and the lives of others around you." This quote shows us what we need to do in order to be what society thinks as, “good". In order to be a good person, you have to do good and moral things in your society consistently. However people might think that by doing one good thing once in a while will automatically make you a “good person”, but in reality it doesn’t.
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539 words - 2 pagesBrave New World: Argumentative Paragraph The people of Brave New World are not aware of the truth, because most of the time they are on the drug soma. At a young age they are conditioned to think what the society wants them to think, resulting in a false "utopia". This is the one topic which I feel encompasses many of the major themes in this novel. There are many situations where the author, Aldous Huxley, will show the readers how disorientated the society is. "A gramme is always better than a gram … A gramme in time saves nine … One cubic centimeter cures ten gloomy sentiments &hellipVIEW DOCUMENT
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Analyzing an Argumentative Essay: “Grades and Self- Esteem”
Montclair State University
This paper was prepared for ESOL 173-01, taught by Professor L. Rosenbluth.
Analyzing an Argumentative Essay: “Grades and Self- Esteem”
What is self- esteem? Self- esteem is confidence in one’s own worth or abilities. In “Grades & Self- Esteem”, author Randy Moore (2007) stated that the level of performance of the students decreased while schools are building the self- esteem in the students. Author Alfie Kohn (1994) stated in his article “The Truth about Self- Esteem” to contradict Moore’s opinion that academics and selfVIEW DOCUMENT
1172 words - 5 pagesThe world’s earliest extradition agreement was created in the year 1259 BCE by Ramessess ll of Egypt and Hittites. The agreement obligated both Ramessess and Hittites to send criminals and political figures back that have tried to flee to the other side. Extraditions have since grown to be bilateral agreements between nations in transferring criminals from one nation to another. Extradition is requested when an individual commits a crime within the country that is seeking extradition. The request of the extradition includes: the description of the individual, information on the case and the laws pertaining to the case. Each country must agree to extradite to each other for the process toVIEW DOCUMENT
1050 words - 4 pagesBroadcasted competitive gaming has been around since the beginning of arcade games when people were competing for the highest score on shows like Starcade back in 1982(Bell). However, in the past couple of years the competitive gaming world has exploded in growth with more games, more tournaments, more players, and bigger cash prizes. During this most recent November there were eight major tournaments for a multitude of games including League of Legends, Call of Duty, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive and some less competitive games such as Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, and Street Fighter. With over a five million people watching these tournaments it is clearly visible that there is aVIEW DOCUMENT
889 words - 4 pagesKant’s Formula of Universal Law is determined a priori and it an idea that for something to be moral it must pass a universal test. In Kant’s Groundwork for the Metaphysic of Morals he states to act as if the maxim of your action would become a universal law of nature. This means that an act can be considered the right thing to do if it can be applied to everyone else and it would be right for everyone else to act that way.
When looking at Dr. Tom’s actions as when considering Kant’s Formula of Universal Law, Tom’s actions do not pass the test. In the case Mary does not want her organs to be donated because she believes that she has a chance of survival. Tom knows that Mary is soon going toVIEW DOCUMENT
671 words - 3 pages“We cannot forget that reinforcing economic differences drives students further apart when schools should be drawing them closer together.” There are many problems in public schools with no uniforms. The use of school uniforms could eliminate some of these problems. Although school uniforms may take away a child’s individuality, there are more benefits than disadvantages to having school uniforms in public schools because school uniforms lessen the money spent on the latest fashion trends and school uniforms provide a positive school climate.
A school uniform should be a simple outfit. The boys’ school uniform should consist of khaki shorts and a plain, button-up t-shirt. The girls’ schoolVIEW DOCUMENT
638 words - 3 pagesThe Greatest SeasonSummer is one of the most anticipated times of the year. It is considered by most as their long holiday or freedom from their jobs or schools. While some people maintain that spring, fall, or even winter are the best seasons, there are many reasons that summer is much better than any of the others.One of the main attractions of summer is its temperature. When one hears the word summer the first thing to pop into his or her mind is either, heat, holiday, or sports. Though some people may argue that it is not enjoyable to have the temperature sky rocket to 40 C, they would really hate if the temperature was minus 40 C, as they would have to bog their bodiesVIEW DOCUMENT
728 words - 3 pagesVoluntary euthanasia is the act of ending someone's life when he or she requests it. Many countries such as the Netherlands and some parts of America have legalized voluntary euthanasia and most people do support it. There is some opposition however, to voluntary euthanasia, for example the church who believes that euthanasia is "Playing God" and that lives can only be ended when God chooses to. Voluntary euthanasia should be made available to terminally ill patients to ensure them that they do not have to suffer pain if they do not wish to.Firstly, voluntaryVIEW DOCUMENT
977 words - 4 pages How would you feel if your one mistake caused you to lose everything that is important to you? This happens to multiple celebrities, but one professional athlete it affects severely is Tiger Woods. According to Golf.com, Tiger lost everything from his personal relationships, to a yield in his professional career, all because he made the mistake of cheating on his wife. He contains many of the characteristics that one can consider him to be a tragic hero. One Greek tragedy that portrays a similar situation is Antigone by Sophocles. Creon makes the mistake of not listening to others, which causes him to lose all his loved ones and his kingdom. He best fits the mold of a tragic hero becauseVIEW DOCUMENT
1736 words - 7 pages Most people do not like to talk or even think about death; much less the topic of ending one’s own life. However, for some, death is a desired alternative to living in agony. Euthanasia has been a topic of debate since antiquity, and both sides stand firm on their beliefs. The right to choose death is illegal in most countries. I believe in people’s freedom to do what they please with their own bodies. The basic right of liberty is what America was founded on. Euthanasia should be a legal option.
It’s important to start by understanding the different types of euthanasia. Allowing someone to die is, “Forgoing or withdrawing medical treatment that offers no hope of benefit to theVIEW DOCUMENT
694 words - 3 pagesSince the early 1980's, the issue of America's faltering public school system has become a serious concern. The crisis in K-12 education is one of the biggest challenges facing the nation. There is a great deal of evidence to show this problem. The pathetically low results of American students through international test scores is one obvious fault. Another is the failure of many students to demonstrate their knowledge of basic skills and literacy. It is surprising that such a long time has passed withouVIEW DOCUMENT
737 words - 3 pages Early explorers of the new world were very brave and adventurous, but not all of them wanted to go the whole way. Many times, the sailors on the ships were very eager to return to familiar land. Some even went so far as to mutiny and kill or remove the captain. Even though this was not the right thing to do, it was very logical for them to want to turn back.
Many people have been told that the main reason for these sailors’ fears was their belief that they would fall off the end of the world because it was flat, but this was not actually true for most people. Even if they had never been told that the earth was round, most of them would have suspected it for several reasons. For oneVIEW DOCUMENT
1051 words - 4 pagesThere is much controversy when determining whether Roman rule benefited the entire empire, or just the city of Rome and Italy. There are more facts that point toward Roman rule benefiting the whole empire, not just Rome and Italy. The roads built throughout the empire were an advantage to everyone, the education system was fair to Roman children, and trading was active all over the Roman Empire.Roads built by the Roman army throughout the empire assisted everyone who was in the empire. "These technological advantages made the shipment of goods acrossVIEW DOCUMENT
2283 words - 9 pagesEssay on Scottish Independence."The beauty of independence, departure, actions that rely on themselves"-Walt WhitmanCurrently Scotland is part of the United Kingdom. Scottish Independence is "a political aim for some political parties, advocacy groups, and individuals in Scotland for the country to once again become an independent sovereign state." A Referendum ("A general vote by the electorate on a single political question which has been referred to them for a direct decision.") will be held on Thursday, 18 September, 2014 to decide whether ScotlandVIEW DOCUMENT
1035 words - 4 pagesArgumentative essayTimes have changed significantly. Many of the morals, values, beliefs, and ideas that were once enforced strongly, have now been tossed out the window. The idea of how things should be and how individuals go about their lives is completely opposite of what it once was. Women fought long and hard over the years to establish the degree of respect they receive today. Through pain, struggle, tears, and failure, women reached the ultimate goal of individuality and freedom. The possibilities for women today are endless. Everyone is reaching for the stars and making their dreams come true. The readings, in which we have forged our way thru, have all been written byVIEW DOCUMENT
806 words - 3 pagesArgumentative Essay: Should Women Be Allowed To Go Topless in Public
In the summer of 1996 Gwen Jacobs enjoyed a topless summer stroll during
which she was seen by a local O.P.P officer, was apprehended and subsequently
charged with indecent exposure. Gwen Jacobs pleaded not guilty in court and won
the right to go topless in Ontario. This incident brought up an excellent
question: should women be allowed to go topless on public beaches and in other
public areas? The answer is strictly no, women should not be allowed to go
topless anywhere outside of their own home.
One of the many reasons why I believe that women should not be allowed
to go topless is with respect toVIEW DOCUMENT
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[Author's Name][Instructor's Name][Course Title][Date of Submission]Argumentative PaperIntroductionThe prevalence of both overweight and obesity in the U.S has increased considerably over the last two decades, and studies reporting nationwide trends now abound in medical journals of all types, appearing in subspecialty as well as prominent cross-specialty journals. According to Hill et al. (p. 29), 54 percent of the United States population is overweight and even more alarming is that 31 percent are obese. Cristol (p. 10-12) reports that 26 percentVIEW DOCUMENT
1269 words - 5 pagesIntroduction
Newspapers and Magazines have altered significantly since the late 1990s and continue to change due to the rapid developments of technology. Conversion of newspaper to online, instant access to news and online magazines are considerable changes within the print media industry due the technological advancements since the late 1990’s. News content can now be streamed on any technological device, therefore the news can be now be carried around and checked at anytime and anywhere in the world instantly. News online is becoming a more convenient substitute for the old newspaper due to the convenience of the holding a small mobile device to look up news stories compared to holding aVIEW DOCUMENT
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Who do you think is the greatest pioneer of the Renaissance? Well, before you answer, consider this! Sir Isaac Newton was the greatest pioneer of the Renaissance era. Even though he was not a man famous for the arts and creativity, which is what most people think of when they hear the word Renaissance. he created the Three Laws of Motion, Calculus and influenced many young people in the renaissance idea of Humanism. He was a man of many talents, especially in science and mathematics.
Sir Isaac Newton is the greatest pioneer of the Renaissance era for many reasons. One of these many reasons is his discovery of gravity and his Three Laws of Motion. Gravity isVIEW DOCUMENT
800 words - 3 pages Baseball Contraction will only hurt the Game
A. Baseball is the American pastime and has been played for over 125 years.
B. It is an organization that has teams in both the United States and Canada and it also boasts players from countries all over the world.
C. It is also a league that has been criticized for giving its players absurd contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Internal Preview--Major League Baseball is a multi-billion dollar organization with aristocrat billionaire owners and the most powerful union organization ever in the Major League Baseball Players Association.
A. Major League Baseball owners have voted toVIEW DOCUMENT
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Drug abuse is a sensitive subject to deal with as it always relates to health, well-being and even lives of human beings belonging to any country. Many people are against mandatory drug testing because they see it as a violation of the Constitution. Having the right to reject unnecessary checking and searches is the Fourth Amendment in the American constitution, otherwise known as a person's right to privacy. However, company employers have to ensure the quality of the employees and the safety for all members. They have the right to know whether or not the people working under them are stable to do their jobs.
Allowing drug testing has triggered quite a rampage. Supporters of theVIEW DOCUMENT
733 words - 3 pagesArgumentative Essay"Learner drivers don't get enough experience in different types of weather conditions before they get their Probationary License".A Driver's Education program should be introduced into the secondary schools curriculum as a compulsory subject. Making this subject compulsory would mean that all students would have to complete the course so they could be permitted to go for their license. A course designed to give students' enough experience in would help to improve the quality of drivers that are onVIEW DOCUMENT
703 words - 3 pagesAbortion: Choice Vs. MurderIs it a right to have children or is it a privilege? Does every women have the right to chose to have a child or to have an abortion?Having an abortion can only be decide by women, due to the fact, that the abortion has a lifelong changing effect that is irreversible. No other person has the right to choose for her. She is the individual, who will under go all the transformations that pregnancy has in store.Therefore, the choice she makes can only be hers. An unwanted pregnancy can be very difficult for women; especially if the pregnancy was unplanned for, or if she had not taken the proper precautions to ensure a pregnancywould notVIEW DOCUMENT
890 words - 4 pagesWhen a brand-new computer produced by a factory arrives in a company, it can do nothing. The hardware needs software to makes it work. It is the applications software, such as word processing or spreadsheet software. Because application software cannot communicate directly with the hardware, so the operating system serves as intermediary software between the applications software and the hardware. An operating system is a set of programs that lies between applications software and the computer hardware. It is the fundamental software that control as access to all other software and hardware resources. There are various kind of operating system such as Windows, UNIX, Solaris, and much moreVIEW DOCUMENT
983 words - 4 pagesWhat is right, must be kept right; what is wrong, must be set right. A man of principle. A man who has a word of honor. A man that beholds the attributes such as discipline, intelligence, bravery, and hard work. In every issue, he has a stand. A stand that he believes in and fight for. He asserts himself with courage and projects himself with a stern face, but has a heart that aims to have a peaceful and jus society. He leads his people with an iron fist that makes sure that everyone goes by the rules. When going against injustice, he sees no rank and position just to take things into right direction. The man who possesses all of these and who believes in the motto said aboveVIEW DOCUMENT
1155 words - 5 pagesAs soon as a novel must be read or becomes part of a literary course, the joy of reading it is immediately lost due to the fact that the particular novel may not be interest to the student, the student may hurry to finish the novel and by the extent to which the novel is studied.The joy of reading a novel is lost when a novel is not of interest to the reader because the reader would not be able to relate to any of the characters, and would therefore not be able to fully imagine what the VIEW DOCUMENT