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    nursing care to them. Falls are the common accidents occurred in ward. This lead harm to patient and emotional stress to the family as well. Throughout my clinical posting, there was an incident involving a 9 months old patient who fell from bed. I am currently on my four weeks clinical posting in Paediatric Nursing Practicum course at Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching. The incident occurred in my second weeks of posting during we

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    Negan Character Analysis

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    Man, that was heavy. I mean, I don 't have any words to say. I cried to my mom, running down the stairs with tears flowing down my cheeks as my words jumbled. I guess, it was too much. And I 'm not even exaggerating. Truly, great casting calls for an even greater portrayal of character. I wouldn 't have guessed that Negan would be like that. I mean, I have heard and read some things about Negan and his whole attitude and all. But I never expected such cruelty. Kudos to Robert Kirkman for making

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    listening to Mozart, I can’t help but notice how everything feels different. It must be the oddity of having the luxury of time without worrying about any academic matter, but I know there’s something deeper than that. I was away for only a year and a half except for holiday breaks and the short weekend trips I make when I have time. College is tough to deal with especially when away from home. UP makes it too difficult to beat. Now that I spend most of the year in the university, I try not to dwell

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    http://www.unchainingcivilrights.org/index.html Full text of ‘willie lynch letter 1712’. (n.d.). Retrieved 22 July 2015, from https://archive.org/stream/WillieLynchLetter1712/the_willie_lynch_letter_the_making_of_a_slave_1712_djvu.txt ‘Novel: The Man Who Cried I Am’ by John A. Williams, Ramparts Magazine, November 1967. (n.d.). Retrieved 22 July 2015, from http://www.unz.org/Pub/Ramparts-1967nov-00034 Slavery and the Making of America . The Slave Experience: Education, Arts, & Culture. (n.d.). Retrieved 22

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    Chania Whitaker Response #7 Fall 2015 AAA Literature 204 Exploring the Correlation of Max’s Sexuality and Sexism in The Man Who Cried I Am by John A. Williams. It’s interesting that John A. Williams gave Max rectal cancer out of all the diseases he could of given him. This particular cancer puts Max in a vulnerable position when it comes to his genitalia. The penis is often a sign of men sexuality but also; it is directly tied to masculinity. For Max, masculinity is very important, and sometimes

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    of their tribe. This is the story of a young boy named Abeeku. I was twelve when the white men came, almost thirteen actually. My family was small, just me and my parents. My family was famous for it’s good hunters, and I had to try to live up to that. Problem was, I was terrible at it, and so I had decided that morning to have my father help me out. I figured he could show me what I was doing wrong, and tell me how to fix it. I was with my father, preparing for a hunt, when we heard the screams

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    Nothing is considered to be better than a lovely person called mother, her love, and care. Certainly, I can say with that I never understand the suffering from the unbearable loss of a dear person. The novel entitled “For One More Day” by Mitch Albom, had shown me on how it feels to lose our mother. I started to understand Charley Benetto’s feeling to lose someone that he loved. There are perhaps no appropriate words to describe this agony, at least none used on this world. This intolerable pain

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    Real Steel Film Analysis

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    between the members of family, the couple or even robot. Also, sacrifice is important in life. This film also tells us that underestimating the others is prohibited. Of course for robot or game lovers, it is the right film which must be watched. So, I recommend Real Steal for the family especially for adults. It is also permitted for children with the supervision from their parents. References: Bradshaw, P. 2011. Real Steel Review [Online]. Retrieved from: http://www.theguardian.com/film/2011/oct/13/real-steel-film-review

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    The Salt Epidemic I loved to travel it was always a was a way for me to get away from the stressful life of school and sports competing to take up the most time meaning I get no time to pretty much rest. But this trip was way different than any other trip I went on the usual trip was relaxing and fun just spending time with either my mom or my dad. But this trip had a different vibe to it we were going to florida with more people than just me mom and my brother Aidan it was seven people coming

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    somber story with singing, beautiful landscapes, and some comedic scenes. I think that they chose this historical piece because it helps kids get a wider view of the history that their parents were most likely raised on. Everyone has heard the name “Moses”, but they probably don’t know the whole

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    Albee’s The American Dream focusing on dissatisfaction, lack of love, cruelty, false values and losing norms through using repetition, aggressive language, fictional characters, irony, ambiguity, and the technique of alienation. Outline I. Theoretical Part: Anger in Literature 1. Definitions: a. Linda M. Grasso claims that Anger is “vital political tool. It enables new perspectives, new understanding of oppressive conditions that had previously remind unquestioned” b. Aristotle

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    High school running has been a pure individual sport where all different types of athletes come around the world and run. Running in general teaches you how to live a different life style as human. Running in high school is a good competition at a higher level of performance. Runners in school will have joy, challenges, and young runners what might become their lifestyle for the next several decades. For running there are two sports in high school cross country and track and field. Both of these

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    The Glorious Revolution of 1688 and the Enlightenment both desired to improve European society, however the level of religious tolerance during the Glorious Revolution differed from the Enlightenment. The Glorious Revolution of 1688 and the Enlightenment both desired to improve European society’s disposition to inherit natural rights. The level of religious tolerance during the Glorious Revolution, which favored Protestant beliefs over Catholicism, differed from the Enlightenment. The Glorious

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    MYTHS What is the Hero’s journey? The hero’s journey is a very significant rubric for someone who wants to create myths, or make very well done stories. It provides the characteristics and steps, such as departure, initiation and return. Those need to be followed in order to produce a complete and proper myth or story. Also the Hero’s Journey helps us to understand the composition of the myths and stories. Romulus and Remus Myth The Romulus and Remus myth tells the story of how Rome was founded

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    a famous person, such as Beyoncé or even Whitney Houston. For me, my role model is my mom. Yes, at first when you look at this you may think that this is a typical answer for a 16-year-old girl, but I wouldn’t want to look up to any other person. My mom has raised me to be the best possible person I can be, and she will continue to teach me the way of life and how to better myself as a person as well as impact others and help them be their best selves. Kari is compassionate, hardworking, and funny

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    Figure Skating Speech

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    I positively believe women's freestyle figure skating is the best Winter Olympic sport ever to be played. Reasons why this is obviously true are: When you practice for figure skating you benefit from plenty of other exercises, such as flexibility and speed. While enjoying a fun and positive practice you can build your balance, along with boosting your self confidence to help with all your glides, twirls, and turns. All your stress you get from pressure can be lost as you glide across the ice

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    The Hagia Sophia is one of the best examples of an appropriated structure in modern history. When the Ottoman Empire seized Constantinople after a fifty four day siege, Mehmed II took Hagia Sophia for himself and commandeered this one of a kind structure. When Mehmed II captured the Hagia Sophia, something rare occurred, he preserved the structure and Byzantine art in this sacred building. Mehmed had, possibly unknowingly, preserved the building during his reign. Creating lore and mythology help

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    and it's now noon, our bellies grumbling in protest, reminding us we need to check in with dad. Until recently we'd been working on our latest cure for boredom, putting our building skills to the test. On a Tuesday morning in June, my sisters and I ponder what to do with our time this summer vacation. The sky is azure blue, as the sun shines brightly, causing a sweet, earthy smell to rise from the ground and intermix with the salty breeze coming from the bay. While the ocean sparkles, as it reflects

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    Catch-22 is an American literary classic, which delves deeply into the many diverse characters stationed at a fictional island, Pianosa, during the Second World War. This novel shows the side of war which is overlooked in almost every other book or movie; instead of highlighting the action of war, it shows us detailed personalities, and sub-plots in a humorous way as well as questioning human philosophy and at the same time, showing the stupidity of war. The author of Catch-22 is Joseph Heller who

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    Student’s Name Professor’s Name Subject Date Ottoman Empire After an expansionist policy in Europe that started in the 1300s and lasted for over one century, the Ottoman Empire finally conquered the Byzantine kingdom in 1453 (Eva 491). The Ottoman colony composed of mainly Islamic invaders who originated from modern day Turkey. When the Christian capital Constantinople fell to the foreign military, Sultan Mehmed II established a new reign. Geographically, the city lay in between the Black Sea, Aegean

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