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    Metaphors In Literature

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    UNIVERSITATEA DIN CRAIOVA FACULTATEA DE LITERE MASTER: STUDII DE LIMBĂ ENGLEZĂ ŞI LITERATURI ANGLO-AMERICANE MODUL: LIMBĂ LUCRARE DE DISERTAŢIE COORDONATOR ŞTIINŢIFIC: Lector-Univ. Dr. ANA-MARIA TRANTESCU ABSOLVENT: MIHAELA HOPÎRTEAN CRAIOVA, 2015 UNIVERSITATEA DIN CRAIOVA FACULTATEA DE LITERE MASTER: STUDII DE LIMBĂ ENGLEZĂ ŞI LITERATURI ANGLO-AMERICANE

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    The artwork that I chose for my discussion is La Plaza de España. Foreign and domestic tourists flock to this breathtaking building located in Maria Luisa Park in Seville, Spain. The architect Aníbal González crafted this building, illuminating the beauty of what Seville could offer the world. Aníbal González was a Spanish architect born in 1876 in Seville. During his life, he had designed numerous buildings throughout Seville and Madrid such as the Archeological Museum of Seville, Pabellón Real

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    Señor or the Kings Day, on the 6th of January, the date in which most of the Spanish people exchange Christmas gifts; the 14th of January, the Holy Friday; May 1st, Workers Day; August 15th, Assunción de la Virgen; October 12th, Fiesta Nacional de España; November 1st, All Saints; December 6th, Constitution Day; and December 8th, Immaculate Conception Day. This proves me that national holidays in Catalonia are very different to than the holidays in Spain. Also that Catalonia’s people have different

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    Development of biotechnology in pharmaceutical industry provides benefits for both patients and firms. On one hand patients prosper ability to achieve much safer and specific treatment due to advanced biotechnological drugs which leads to better quality of life. Innovations in pharmaceutical industry plays critical role in improving total health in society. On the other hand pharmaceutical firms benefits from entering biotechnological industry by increasing market share and profitability and decreasing

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    La Mexicano Analysis

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    THE FATHER, THE SON, AND LA CHINGADA: THE TRINITY OF THE CONQUEST ‘Lo Mexicano’ is a phrase-turned-concept in 20th century Mexican philosophy. The term literally translates to “the Mexican,” however, it is also used to superficially describe the identity of the Mexican individual. The notion came about after the revolution; the phrase was meant to emphasize and unite Mexico as an independent people. Today, the phrase is understood as an all encompassing term for “mexicanness,” or that which makes

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    Bernal Diaz del Castillo Bernal Diaz was born in 1492 or 1498 to Maria Diaz Rejón and Francisco Diaz del Castillo, a regidor (council member) of the town of Medina del Campo, in Castilla y León. The family was distinguished but not wealthy. In 1514, Bernal went to seek his fortune in America with Pedrarias Dávila (Pedro Árias de Ávila), Bishop Fonseca's newly appointed governor of Castilla del Oro. A cruel and unscrupulous schemer, Pedrarias excelled at extorting riches by torturing native rulers

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    Introduction: Any effective organization, dynamic association, or a created nation needs an incredible and a great leader that conveyed the fire of that starry-eyed focus on that the supporters trusted in it, and attempt to attain it in genuine by discovering the science that let him finished the objective of the group. Our leader in this report is the hair-raising man of Stamford bridge the special one Jose Mourinho one of the best leaders in the world of soccer, his energy and request to deal

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    Physiology of Skeletal Muscles L. D.G. Valerio, C. M. Villegas, R. H. Vito, L. R. Zamora Department of Biological Sciences, College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila, Philippines Keywords Skeletal Muscles, Twitch, Kymograph, Fatigue, Ringer’s solution Summary The experiment was conducted to be able to determine the effect of graded response, load, pules, frequency, tetanus and muscles fatigue on the contraction of the muscle, specifically the gastrocnemius, by doing the procedures

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    From 1902 to 1923 Alfonso XIII (13) was in charge if Spain. Alfonso had very little respect for the three different branches of government (Legislative, Judicial and Executive) and in return it caused turmoil in the country. In 1923 Spain gave into the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera, and Rivera became the new leader of Spain with the consent of the King. The dictatorship of Primo de Rivera lasted from 1923 to 1930. While Rivera was in office he declared a state of war and the abolishment of

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    Exploring the Dominican Republic Sharing the island of Hispaniola with Haiti is the Caribbean nation of the Dominican Republic. It is known for its beaches, resorts and golfing. The nation is a mix of rainforest, savannah and highlands. The Beauty of Santo Domingo The capital Santo Domingo is one of the Caribbean’s oldest cities. Catedral Primada de America the first stone of this cathedral was set in 1514 by Diego Columbus, who was the son of the great explorer. This is the oldest standing

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    Pablo Neruda Pablo Neruda is a famous Chilean poet, poesia in Spanish, politician, and diplomat who supported the Communist party and served in diplomatic posts around the world. Pablo Neruda’s most famous work is Veinte poemas de amor y una cancion desesperada, or Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair. ==Early Life, Education, and First Writings== Pablo Neruda was born Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto on July 12, 1904 in Parral, Chile.The Nobel Foundation, 1971 His father, José del Carmen

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    Chapter 1: Cultural Analysis: The chapter focuses and is centralize on the cultural environment and phenomena of Dominican Republic. We have tried to study and determine the cultural factors on how and what our service will be. Along the run our introduction will tell us the main points in Dominican Republic’s Cultural Analysis. I. INTRODUCTION: “Dios, Patria, Libertad” God, Fatherland, Freedom, Dominican Republic is a country on the island of Hispaniola, in the archipelago in the Caribbean region

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    “In love you loosened yourself like seawater”, wrote the talented, poignant, and political Pablo Neruda (Neruda). He was born Ricardo Eliecer Neftali Reyes Basoalto, on July 12, 1904, in Parral, Chile (“Pablo Neruda- Biographical”). Neruda always had an interest in writing, he began writing at the early age of ten and gradually became an incredibly passionate and Noble Prize-winning poet. Pablo Neruda was also an outspoken political activist who offered his beautifully structured words to the public

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    In the late 1760s, Spain and other European countries realized the importance of the Pacific Coast would have on maritime trade. Spain took initiative and financed the Portola expedition to explore present day California on July 14, 1769. On July 14, 1769, the Portola expedition financed by Spain set out to become the first recorded European exploration of present day California. Portola's exploration of the Bay Area bolstered the Spanish and drove out other competitors from gaining a foothold in

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    Bilingual Teacher Preparation from an ELL’s Perspective Claudia Gonzalez University of Texas at El Paso Abstract This paper explores bilingual teacher preparation; one of the most important and principal lack of bilingual education. Teachers play an important role in children’s education and it is very important to give to bilingual students adequate preparation according to their academic level so they have the same opportunities as other students to be successful in the world. Often

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    Chapter I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Food safety remains a critical issue with outbreaks of food borne illness resulting to substantial cost to an individual, the food service industry and even the economy (Egan et al, 2006). Mishandling of food plays a significant role in the occurrence of food borne illness; therefore, food employees must conform to the high degree of personal cleanliness and to good hygienic practices during all working periods. In a global economy, contaminated

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