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It has always been a lifetime practice of man to arrange things in the most convenient order to save time and for ease of access and use. Such practice is commonly known as classification; the aim of which to bring order and logics to things and thought. We are exposed to classification in every aspect of our life, for example the filing of patients records in a doctor’s office, the way supermarket arrange groceries on their shelves and the layout strategies garments stores use to display their products.
Classification is one of the main activities of cataloguing and involves the assigning of numbers to represent subject content. Without classification, access to and the storing of...
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The Classification of a Human Being People rely heavily on sight to detect who other people might be. The assumptions a viewer makes from how a person dresses of combs there hair help the viewer classify their subject. The problems these assumptions cause are numerous, lost opportunities, forced identities and violence among groups are a few results of these assumptions.When people look at one another while passing on the street they see much more than a suit or spiked hair or a pair of baggy jeans. The observer sees these material things as clues to who the person they are looking at might be. There is a classification that occurs. By categorizing, the observer is assuming that who they are...
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The following paper outlines the use of the Linnaeus system of classification as applied in the field of biology and evolution. The aim of the paper is to highlight how living things are related to other in the ecosystem (Pierce, 2007). It takes us through the evolutionary system highlighting all the important features of life development amongst all the living things.
Classification is the process of categorizing all the living creatures into group hierarchies citing their characteristic features. Classification is based on the work of Carl Linnaeus. During the 18th century, Linnaeus devised a biological method of classifying living things (plants and animals)...
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Over the last few decades classification systems for offenders have been used for a variety of organizational purposes. Over time these classification systems have evolved, not only as a whole in the criminal justice system, but also varying between different organizations. Classification systems that create models based on the risks and needs of offenders are most popular. Throughout the years these models and the purposes for their use have been in a state of change, as well as the way their effectiveness is gaged.
One of the most commonly used classification systems for offenders is the combination of risk assessment and need assessment. The combination of these two systems of...
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Classification in biology, is the identification, naming, and groupingof organisms into a formal system. The vast numbers of living forms arenamed and arranged in an orderly manner so that biologists all over theworld can be sure they know the exact organism that is being examinedand discussed. Groups of organisms must be defined by the selection ofimportant characteristics, or shared traits, that make the members ofeach group similar to one another and unlike members of other groups.Modern classification schemes also attempt to place groups intocategories that will reflect an understanding of the evolutionaryprocesses underlying the similarities and differences among organisms.Such...
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I can get new and useful knowledge from the sciences books, so I am interested in sciences in an academic field. Because sciences are divided into many classes, and I can't describe a full classification of sciences with my in being knowledge, therefore I will only describe certain parts of the total classification. Science is classified into pure science and natural science. Pure sciences include mathematics, physics and chemistry, natural sciences include earth sciences and biology, and each science also marks off some relevant fields of study.Firstly, I describe pure sciences. The science of mathematics consists of five categories; these are general mathematics systems, algebra and number...
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Taxonomy is the study of the classification of organisms, it is the
organization (separation) of all the known organisms into groups based
on their shared features, these groups are then organized into
further, larger groups. These groups are all referred to as Taxa
(Taxon - singular). The taxa used in taxonomy are: Species, Genus,
Family, Order, Class, Phylum and kingdom, each group getting larger
going form species to kingdom.
Taxa Used in Taxonomy
Organisms That are able to interbreed, producing fertile offspring are
considered to be of the same species, this taxon can also be divided
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Classification of Exercise Partners
Every woman's magazine I've ever read gives its readers advice on exercising, and one of the most common tips I've seen is to find a partner to exercise with. In my experience, however, having an exercise partner is not a good idea. I have encountered five types of exercise partners, and I have concluded that it is definitely best to exercise alone.
The Drill Sergeant
My ex-boyfriend represents the Drill Sergeant. He is one of those people whose motto is "No pain, no gain." Of course, he assumes that everyone else follows this decree as well. He will try to push you to the limit every time you exercise with him, and can become nasty if you give...
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According to the Oxford Compact English Dictionary, law is, "a rule or system of rules recognized by a country or community as regulating the actions of its members and enforced by the imposition of penalties". Law can be classified in two ways, firstly, civil law and criminal law; and secondly by the legal sources of law. There are several sources of law including The Constitution, Case Law, Legislation and Customs. This paper will discuss and outline the various classifications of law.Criminal law is an offence that is regarded as being against society. This indicates that a person commits a crime that is against morality or social order such as murder of manslaughter. According to Helen...
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Classification Of Vegetarians
According to the research, there are a number of different types of vegetarians. The first four listed are considered to be "true" vegetarians because by definition the term vegetarian diet is composed mainly of plant foods and may or may not include eggs and dairy products. Any person who chooses to omit animal products uses a vegetarian diet. Vegetarian diets are often classified by the extent to which animal products are excluded ("Vegetarian Diet" 39). The table below provides information on the classification of vegetarians and what each type consumes.
In Havala’s book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Being Vegetarian, she states, "Many people today...
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What is classification? According to page 160 chapter three classification is the process of dividing an inmate population into manageable groups for custody and treatment purpose. There are different types of classification. The different typed are external classification, internal classification, classification process, initial classification and reclassification.
Classification can be based on psychology, education vocational, health and other needs. It can be determined by prison site, housing assignment, working assignments and availably of treatment programs. Classification has its advantages. On page 160 chapter three it states that classification has dangerous and aggressive inmate...
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Values and Ethics are principal to any organisation. Values can be defined as those things that are substantial/valuable to or treasured by someone, it’s what we as a professional people judge to be correct both personally and organisationally. Therefore ethics can be defined as moral standards that rule one’s actions or the administering of an activity.
3 TYPES OF ETHICS
1. Descriptive Ethics
The classification of descriptive ethics is the clearest to comprehend - it simply includes explaining how people function or what various moral principles they insist to pursue. Descriptive ethics amalgamates investigations from the fields of the study of man, psychology, sociology and past...
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Cynical Classification of Sexual Partners
When any thought of cynicism arises, it conjures an image of bitter thirty something divorcees, single alcoholic fathers, or disillusioned old maids. However, this disease is rampant now among "Gen X'ers", and it is certainly no surprise with the miasma of food, cars, money, drugs, and of course sex that assaults early twenties men and women with the frenetic pace of a moving el-train. Yet there is no better example of the reason for American youths cynicism than the meager choice of sex partners in the nineties. The problem is not quantity, but most definitely quality. Sexual partners, especially for women fall into three categories: the...
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By definition, the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) is an indexing and retrieval language in the form of a classification for the whole of recorded knowledge, in which subjects are symbolized by a code based on Arabic numerals. The UDC was the brain-child of the two Belgians, Paul Otlet and Henry LaFontaine, who began working on their system in 1889, 15 years after Melvil Dewey established the DDC. Otlet and LaFontaine built their system on the foundation of the DDC with Melvil Dewey’s express permission. While Dewey conceived his scheme to be applied to the arrangement of books on shelves, Otlet and LaFontaine, whose fields were Sociology, Law, Statistics, Political...
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Psychology is known as the study of the mind and behavior through researching, observing, and interpreting. There is a variety of different fields in psychology abnormal psychology, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, developmental psychology, forensic psychology, personality psychology, and social psychology. According to the data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Occupational Outlook Handbook psychology will continue to grow twelve percent which is seen as average in the next ten years (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014-15). It is important that the categorization of psychology be understood by individuals because of the continued trend of individuals studying,...
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The Classification and Main Types of Meteorites
Many meteorites have been discovered over the years which, in many cases, can give an insight into the creation of the universe. All these meteorites can be grouped together by looking at the various characteristics they have in common, such as the structures of the different meteorites and the isotopic properties of the meteorites. When trying to classify meteorites, they are generally identified as one of the three main groups of meteorites: Iron, Stony and Stony-iron. Each group has its own properties which makes them unique to one another. These groups can be divided further more into smaller groups.
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“I drink to make other people more interesting.”
― Ernest Hemingway
In the great world of tending bar there is a myriad selection of customers one would encounter; The Social Drinker, The Self Defined Outcast, The Fish Out of Water, and last but never the least, The Freshman. Each level of drinker has its advantages in social circles and also has equal negative repercussions. Most of these classes aren't built from years of drinking, rather are formed through the personality traits they already have developed through their childhood and young adulthood. Only when alcohol is introduced to the equation, we see these great classifications shine through and become polished for...
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The Classification and Hierarchy of Values
ABSTRACT: I attempt to look into the issue of the ranks of values comprehensively and progressively. Anti-values can be classified into the following six categories by ascending order: (1) the act of destroying the earth-of annihilating humankind and all other living organisms; (2) the act of mass killing of people by initiating a war or committing treason; (3) the act of murdering or causing death to a human being; (4) the act of damaging the body of a human being; (5) the act of greatly harming society; (6) all other crimes not covered by the above. Higher values can be classified into the following five categories in descending rank: (1)...
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Classification of Gifted and Talented Students
Many people have varying views on what classifies a student as gifted and talented.
According to the Office of Gifted and Talented, six qualities determine giftedness.
These qualities are intellectual ability as well as talent, scoring in the 97th percentile and above on aptitude tests, creative thinking, leadership ability, talents in the fine arts, and psychomotor abilities. Using the definition supplied by Bruce User, “a school system could expect to identify 10% to 15% or more of its student population as gifted and talented” (2000, p. 1). In A Dictionary of Education, a gifted child is defined as, “usually taken to be a child of...
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ENG4UAkeem Corion01/03/2014Mr.MonteithClassification EssayThe poem of "Dover Beach" was made by a man name Matthew Arnold. This poem that Arnold wrote down was referring to is his life experiences in England during the "Industrial Revolution". A time where humanity had witness an evolution to their life cycle when humans started to build machines that would make their lives easier. Although this brought out a great achievement to the world. Arnold explains how this also brought out a lot of ignorance, violence, corruption and selfishness to humanity since the "Industrial Revolution" was known as dark time for England since poverty and violence was increased during that time. However, the...
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Classification refers to the procedure in which ideas or objects are recognized, distinguished and understood. Currently, two leading systems are used for grouping of mental disorder namely International Classification of Disease (ICD) by World Health Organization (WHO) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental disorders (DSM) by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Other classifications include Chinese classification of mental disorder, psycho-dynamic diagnostic manual, Latin American guide for psychiatric diagnosis etc. A survey of 205 psychiatrists, from 66 different countries across all continents, found that ICD-10 was more customarily used and more valued in clinical...
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Classification is the ordering of organisms into categories to show evolutionary relationships. There is much thought and consideration that goes into animal classification, and specifically primate classification. Different primates are observed and are looked at genetically. It is seen as a controversial topic because many believe that chimps and humans belong in the same category because they are very similar. Currently, there are two major classification systems, anatomical classification and hominoid genetic classification.
The Anatomical Classification begins with three groups; hylobatids, pongids, and hominids, which refer to gibbons, great apes, and humans, respectively. The...
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The Origin, Distribution and Classification of Cultivated Broccoli Varieties
Of the many different vegetable crops now under cultivation in both the U.S. and abroad, one that has gained increasing importance is that of broccoli. Although it does not constitute a significant portion of most people's diets, it has nevertheless experienced a kind of "revival" in recent years and has become increasingly popular (Schery, 1972; Heywood, 1978). It may even be said that broccoli has emerged from relative obscurity and attained the status of a worthwhile garden vegetable,"(Talbert, 1953).
The botanical family to which broccoli belongs is the Brassicaceae, also known as the Mustard family. The...
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Culture is a hot topic. Scholars (Fukoyama, Huntington, to mention but two) disagree about whether this is the end of history or the beginning of a particularly nasty chapter of it.
What makes cultures tick and why some of them tick discernibly better than others – is the main bone of contention.
We can view cultures through the prism of their attitude towards their constituents : the individuals they are comprised of. More so, we can classify them in accordance with their approach towards "humanness", the experience of being human.
Some cultures are evidently anthropocentric – others are anthropo-transcendental. These two lingual coins need elaboration to be fully comprehended. ...
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“Kids eat free on Sunday right?!” “Can I substitute this juice for a Bloody Mary?” “Can I taste that first?” “Oh!? I’m sorry we haven’t even looked at the menu yet. We’ll just be a bit . . . (45 minutes later) . . . ok, were ready.” “Yeah, were ready. Let me have . . . uh . . . oh where was it? Here! Wait no. Where did it go? I can’t find it. You know it has the thing with the thing on it . . .” “Can we get some more of your FREE bread!” These quotes, among a plethora of others, are common occurrences with the serving field. Sometimes even the smallest actions can show one’s personality in a big way. With hundreds of people dining out every single day it becomes easier to...
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Database environment can be classified into three simple categories:
Database Administrator - They are responsible to monitor and maintain the databases in an organization.
Systems Developers - They are responsible for the development of the computer applications which will talk to the database in do the necessary operations and display the results to the end users.
User Interface - This is how the computer application looks and what the end user will use to interact.
Application Programs- This is the core of the computer application. These are the programs which are related to the...
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Ever since I was a child, my mother raised me to recognize and appreciate variouskinds of friends. I find that there are three different kinds of friends in this life. I classify them according to how well I know them and how well they know me. We encounter each of them everyday, whether in school, home, or at the gym. However, we rarely spend much time actually thinking about and classifying these people. First, there are the "pest friends"- general acquaintances. Next, there are "guest friends"- social partners.Lastly, we have "best friends"- our true friends.The first type of friend is simply an acquaintance. This means that you basicallyonly know their name. You might not even remember...
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Everyone saw the Clysdale horses on the super bowl commercial, and Ill bet everyone looked at them in wonderment at their size, beauty, and grace of those horses. Millions of people bet on Thourobreds as they race down the track, their slender bodies flattened out against the wind, and don?t even know that there are other type of racing, using different horses. And lastly has anyone besides me ever marveled at the nimbleness, or the graceful way Arabian prance around and never seem to loose their breath? These three different types of horses that I just mentioned are the three categories in which horses are classified today, the Workhorse, the Racehorse, and the Endurance horse.The...
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As the owner of three unique pups, I know that dogs’ variances are numerous. Any one who owns a dog knows that it has a mind of its own, and therefore a unique personality. Having had many dogs throughout my life, I have found that dogs fit into three classifications.
As princesses of the canine universe, Annie type dogs have a loving yet manipulative personality. An Annie dog assumes the role of queen bee. As leader of the pack, she keeps everybody in line. She dominates all of the other dogs, often by physical herding or malicious growl. Tough the tough façade she has created does not accurately represent her entire personality. There is a bit of a diva atop Annie dogs’...
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Television watching has become not just a crazy but the new age lifestyle. The more advanced the technology gets the more popularity television receives. Channels, like ESPN, broadcast shows in High Definition to make the picture seem more real. Inventions such as TIVO have allowed viewers to record their shows and movies in order to watch them at their leisure. This new technology and this new obsession with TV created a new standard of living throughout society. With these new standards come many different attitudes or point of views about television. These new attitudes or point of views can be classified into four groups that I have named the addicted watcher, the specific show watcher,...
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this lab was to determine if various substances contained macromolecules, specifically; carbohydrates, proteins, or vitamin C. The tests used were the Biuret test, the xanthoproteic test, the Benedict's test, the starch test, and the indophenol test. Many of the substances were positive for that which they were being tested, proving the hypothesis partially correct.INTRODUCTIONThis lab was conducted to determine if various substances contained various macromolecules. The macromolecules tested for were carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamin C. The substances tested were glucose, fructose, sucrose, maltose, milk, corn syrup, starch, glycogen, gelatin, egg albumin, ascorbic...
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In our life we come across many people, and of them we like some and dislike some. People we like, we consider them as friends and people we do not like, we consider them as foes. Dictionary.com defines friend as "A person whom one knows, likes and trusts." We can categorize friends based on the intensity of our friendship. There are three kinds of friends: Acquaintances whom we meet and see only at school, guest friends, friends whom we loose as we grow, and best friends who are there for us no matter what kind of situation we are in.Firstly, they are the acquaintances we see and meet only in school. We might have known them for ten years straight but the most we must have spoken to them...
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For centuries males have often wondered the same question that for most women have an obvious answer, yet it is something that many men do not fully understand: "Why do women have so many pairs of shoes?" This subject can often be found as the brunt of jokes or even the root of large arguments between spouses. Although greatly misunderstood, the numerous array of shoes has a purpose, and every pair is meaningful.One of the most misunderstood of all shoe styles is the lady's high heel. The shoe, although often associated with the "playboy" type women, is a very elegant and appropriate shoe. High heels show off a woman's feminine side quickly. Despite the feminine side of heels, they can be...
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According to the world, prayer is an address (as a petition) to God or a god in word or thought or an earnest request or wish, but according to God Himself, prayer is not only that, but a conversation with Him as one would have with another in everyday life. The world feels that there is only one type of prayer, on the other hand God makes it clear that there are various types of prayers such as: prayers of thanksgiving and praise; prayers for others and ourselves; disappointment, anger, and confession; and prayers of faith. Prayer expresses more than words, it allows communicating and spending special time with the Heavenly Father to ask Him anything the heart sees fit of all his or her...
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I have determined that there are three different types of zombie movie. First, the movies that showcase the slow, but still startling zombies, like Night of the Living Dead. Night’s “zombies are slow, the humans just get themselves into trouble by reacting stupidly, or not paying enough attention to the problem.” (G.A. Romero) Next, films like Shaun of the Dead, which portray the sometimes amusing but still creepy zombies. And finally, movies like Day of the Dead (2008) which introduce the completely terrifying, gravity-defying zombies.
Night of the Living Dead presents zombies that move slowly but deliberately toward their ultimate objective which is filling their appetites for human...
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The Classification of Ophidia SerpentesAh yes, the classification Ophidia Serpentes, known to most people simply as... snakes. There are many different kinds of snakes in the world, and they can be separated into several different categories by; location, coloring, size, method of birth, and the way they kill their prey to name a few. Snakes have long been thought to be the living ancestors of the dinosaurs. The separation of continents, along with thousands of years of isolation and evolution, have created many different snakes. Two large and obvious classifications of snakes are venomous and non-venomous.Although you may not be able to tell just by looking at them, venomous snakes have a...
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Cladistics is defined as "a classification scheme based on the historical sequence of divergence events (phylogeny); also used to identify a method of inferring phylogenies based on the presence of sheared derived characters (synapomorphies)" (Freeman, 2001). A paper was found on "cladistic analysis of languages: Indo-European classification based on lexicostatistical data," by examining this article a better understanding of how cladistical experimentation is preformed, can be achieved. In order to understand this, an examination of the goals of the experiment, the materials and methods, and the results obtained from the study must be accomplished. "Many languages are believed to be related...
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Movies are made almost everyday, but only some make it to excessive fame. Sometimes the trick maybe, a good script, producers, and directors, better quality sounds and picture and having right people for the roles. Although whether a movie makes it to the top or not depends largely on the fact how appealing it is to the viewer. To achieve this it should either be of relevance to the viewer or it should intrude upon our inner most interests. Based on this assumption I classify the movies I have seen as better, good, bad and worse.
As some of the very best movies I might mention "Oceans Eleven", "Bedazzled" and "Saving Private Ryan". "Oceans Eleven" is action filled, suspenseful and a...
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Wood types differ considerably in properties such as color, density, and hardness, making timber a resource that is valuable in a wide variety of contexts. Each of the samples of commonly used woods shown here has distinctive characteristics. Mahogany is a tropical tree prized for its heavy, strong, easily worked wood. Hickory is a tough, hard wood used for tool handles, furniture, and smoke wood for meat. Instrument makers favor the strong, richly colored wood of the cherry tree. Yew is strong, fine-grained wood used for cabinetmaking and archery bows. Like mahogany, the wood of the iroko is resistant to both rot and insects and bears the "interlocked" grain of many tropical...
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Imagine yourself at the park and the kid on the top of the playground is about to jump off, the parent starts to scream and yell, so the child hesitates and jumps anyway. Maybe if the parent had taken a different approach the child would not have jumped. There are many different ways to discipline children. Throughout the world there are different types of people; there are some good people and there are some bad. Many people have different ways for raising children, which ultimately affects their life. There is really no right way or wrong way, but there is a way you can try to raise a good child. Raising a good child alters the way they will act in life after childhood. Being prepared and...
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1. Argue for or against the statement, "Viruses are alive." Comment on other postings.2. The internal structure of many protists is much more complex than that ofcells of multicellular organisms.3. Does this mean that the protist is engaged in more complex activities than the multicellular organism?4. If not, why should the protistan cell be much more complicated?Some scientists argue that the virus is lifeless. On the other hand, other scientists argue that viruses are life forms and should be classified into a kingdom. However, many scientists have agreed that things must have seven characteristics of life to be considered alive. The characteristics of life are all living things are...
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The Bubonic plague is caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis, this is a gram-negative rod shaped coccobacillus which can infect humans and other animals. This is a very infectious disease, the main form of transmission is fleas being carried by rodents as the fleas allow for the bacteria to cross the skin barrier, and depending on sanitary conditions of the area it can also be transmitted by direct contact and contaminated food. The infection is achievable as the bacteria can suppress or even avoid the normal immune response to foreign bacteria such as phagocytosis and antibody production.
In the late 19th century many manufacturers and builders were using asbestos which...
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The Features of Advertising Language AndAnalysis of Advertising English Through ClassificationI. An introduction to Advertising1. Definition:American Marketing Association (AMA) defines advertising as "the non-personal communication of information usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature about products, services or ideas by identified sponsors through the various media." Today, with the development of the technology and the diversity of the mass media, advertising has influenced us pervasively in our daily life. However, whatever the promotive strategies advertising takes, language is the main carrier of message all along, as The Language of Advertising, by Vestergaard &...
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The Three Types of Annoying Shoppers
Tires squeal across the hot asphalt; exhaust fumes fill the air. Innocent shoppers leap to safety as cars circle the neighborhood grocery store lot in search of the ideal parking spot. Engines revving. Adrenaline rushing. The driver's sole mission is to obtain a white lined rectangle of pavement before entering the race known as shopping. As a safety precaution, competent and considerate shoppers should be aware of the distinct character traits of the three annoying types of shoppers: Hurry Harry, Suburban Sally, and Picky Pete. Knowledge of their parking-lot-to-checkout-stand habits increases the chance of avoiding a head-on collision.
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Plagiarism - Three Types of Cheaters
"Fools make researches and wise men exploit them." Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines the word plagiarize as to pass off as one's own the ideas or words of another. Every student knows that plagiarism is dishonest and wrong. Why do so many students do it? Students themselves may not believe that they are plagiarizing. Many students plagiarize because of the diverse types of plagiarism which are often unknown to students. The three major types of plagiarism are shameless, haphazard and self-plagiarism. Self-plagiarism is a relatively new concept that has not gained much attention in the student world.
Shameless plagiarists are the ones who go...
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Evolution of the Motorcycle Rider
My first motorcycle was a Kawasaki Eliminator 250 street bike. I consider it to have been my training bike, and it was somewhat generic in the sense that it was not easily identifiable as a member of a specific style of motorcycle. And, more importantly, by associating with other riders, I realized that I was not easily identifiable as a member of a specific class of riders. Riders are a species all their own; and, though there are many sub-classes within a class, observation has shown that three main branches of evolution can account for most riders.
The cruiser (Homo Draggusanus) variety is most often seen riding a vintage Harley or...
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I have had the luck of being the oldest of my mothers’ seven children, and the pleasure of having three of my own, and one step-son. I’ve spent a lot of time changing diapers, wiping noses, and kissing ouchies. I’ve carried babies on my hip that I’ve seen off to kindergarten, helped dressed for the first school dance, attended their graduation, and even been there when they have had their first baby. I have spent a lot of time analyzing their behavior, moods, or lack thereof. I’ve concluded that there are 4 types of children, I have been blessed with one of each. The 4 different types are: The Superstar, The Kool Kat, The Lil’ Mama or Little Man (depending on the sex of the child), and The...
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A gloomy fact in American society remains that thousands of people search for the intangible dream of being thin. On any given day, one finds neighbors, friends, and relatives on some sort of diet. Dieters assume various disguises, but the noteworthy ones transpire, the "bandwagoneer," the "promise maker” and the "lethal loser."
People want to lose weight quickly and effortlessly, therefore, any fad diet promising overnight results attract the "bandwagoneer." People try the grapefruit diet or the watermelon diet, but they decide their stomach cannot possibly deal with all of that fruit. The next day the television advertises a new wonder pill that allows the user to lose up to ten pounds...
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A Great MovieGone With the Wind is a wonderful movie its story line is spectacular and easy to follow. The characters really bring the movie to life and make you actually feel as if you are there with them. It's setting is absolutely gorgeous.I.) Story lineA.) A an impossible loveB.) A girl having to grow upC.) The war to end slaveryII.) CharactersA.) ScarletB.) AshleyC.) MelanieD.) RhettIII.) SettingA.) Atlanta, GeorgiaB.) Tara just outside of Atlanta, GeorgiaA Great MovieGone With the Wind is a wonderful movie its story line is spectacular and easy to follow. The characters really bring the movie to life and make you actually feel as if you are there with them. It's setting is absolutely...
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Anyone who has spent time with or around children will notice that each one has a special personality all of their own. Children, like adults, have different traits that make up their personalities. Experts have researched this phenomenon in detail and classified children into different categories. The three categories that most experts agree with have been named "flexible," "fearful," and "feisty." Children generally may have similar interests, but the way they interact and deal with these interests displays their personality type.The first personality type is called flexible. This is the most common of the three types. About 40 percent of all children fall into the flexible or easy group....