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    Plastic Wine/Beer Bottles Description of the Product One of the five ideas we have chosen to expand upon is plastic wine/beer bottles. These plastic bottles would be a substitute to the widely popular glass wine/beer bottles that are used today. Plastic bottles are cheaper to produce and are more durable than their glass counterparts. Plastic bottles would be ideal at large public events, such as sporting events as they do not break as easily nor in the same way as glass bottles. This would help

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    Plastic In my opinion, there is no reason to keep wasting money on plastic, that is just going to end up causing risk to all living things on this planet. Did you know that about 8.3 billion plastic particles are made each year and about 6.3 million just end up as plastic waste in landfills? But, what happens when the landfills are full? Plastic pollutes the ocean and environment in many ways. Plastic usage is an extremely poor choice for everything and it should be banned because it pollutes

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    Patel Period 7 Cons of Plastic Plastic though is useful for many ways, is rarely recycled properly causing damage nearby on land, in particular, with animals. Just like how plastic is bad for people if consumed by the human body, it’s the same with animals. Many animals see plastic bags and other plastic materials that were thrown out instead of recycled and assume it is food. They then attempt and digest this plastic, except they do not know the harms of eating plastic. When ingested, it can lead

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    As the rate of plastic production exceeds the rate we get rid of it; it will soon overtake our oceans. In 2010 alone, it was estimated that over 300 million tons of new plastics were produced around the world, (QTD. By UC Davis USA on YouTube). Many oceans from North America and Japan are being polluted by our carelessness and are causing our marine life to suffer. Marine mammals such as seals are being found entangled in plastic fishnets and several drown. It is tragic that the oceans have large

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    Pros Of Plastic Surgery

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    Plastic surgery has becoming a phenomena for people around the world especially woman in today’s world in order to enhance their beauty so that they can be more accepted by society. It pressures people to improve their outward appearance because society has always valued beauty as a leading role of defining beauty. In the era of technology, the first alternative that would cross your mind would perhaps be plastic surgery when people started thinking of the fastest way to chase beauty on a perfect

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    Plastic surgery may have a bad reputation from media and the television series “Botched,” which focuses on cosmetic procedures gone wrong. The media portrays plastic surgery as a way for the wealthy to become more beautiful, thinner, or younger looking. One may consider this the dark side of the industry because, it allows people to cover up their insecurities instead of accepting them. However, there is another side to plastic surgery that could be considered the “good” side. Many individuals rely

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    Ethics Of Plastic Surgery

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    “A miracle, a life-changing phenomenon!” Those are the words that are spewed across the Korean plastic surgery program Let Me In, which has seen mass popularity for three airing-seasons. Nowadays, media has seen rises in such variety shows that promote plastic surgery usage to attain beauty, amongst those are The Swan and Botched. These shows often oversimplify and normalise procedures, thus fuelling societal acceptance. This is paramount to the increasing hype for aesthetic enhancement, evidently

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    today are clamouring to nip out the wobbly bits from their body, smoothen wrinkles, tuck that flab and tweak their hot bods to look hotter in front of the camera. Almost all celebs who ever tasted fame have had their bodies tweaked a time or two. Is plastic surgery a boon in disguise or a cosmetic catastrophe? Judge for yourself. Here is a rundown on hotties of Hollywood who not only look amazing post their cosmetic surgeries, but also got a definite bolster in their career. Lady Gaga Work done - Nose

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    Outline Plastic Surgeries |. Introduction ||. Body Paragraph One – Types of Plastic Surgeries • Plastic Surgeries in General • Top 10 Most Common Types of Plastic Surgeries |||. Body Paragraph Two – Pros of Plastic Surgeries • General Benefits • How it Improves Daily Life • Boost in Confidence • Comfortable with Your Looks |V. Body Paragraph Three – Cons of Plastic Surgeries • Expensive • Painful • Not Guaranteed Success • Not Covered by Insurance V. Body Paragraph Four – Plastic Surgeons • What

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    you know what happens in our oceans and world when plastic is thrown out or littered? There are many dangerous and harmful effects when this happens. Water bottles are creating a pile of trash in the ocean and on land, and to top it all off we’re the ones who started and created this disaster. I think that plastic water bottles should be banned because it’s pricey and expensive to the economy and to the public, they are lethal to animals, and plastic water bottles are polluting our environment.

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    The American Board of Plastic Surgery defines plastic surgery as being "A surgical specialty dedicated to reconstruction of facial and body defects due to birth disorders, trauma, burns, and disease" (2009). Although it is thought to be a relatively new procedure, plastic surgery has been around since 600 B.C. when the first plastic surgery textbook was published. "In 600 B.C., Acharya Sushrut published the Sushruta Samhita, a collection of medical texts about plastic surgery, the first of its kind

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    own understanding about plastic surgery, it is a reconstruction of body and facial to satisfy our wants and also to help us. Base on internet, "Plastic Surgery is concerned with restoration, reconstruction, correction, or improvement in shape and appearance of body structures that are defective, damaged or misshapen by injury, disease or growth and development."[1] Plastic Surgery can cause a good and bad one. It depends on how people choose it to be. In the question if plastic surgery should be banned

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    Plastic surgery is defined as surgery that helps people reconstruct their original appearance to what they cherish and demand, such as reshaping a nose or augment breasts (Zuckerman & Abraham, 2008). Since plastic surgery is no longer a taboo nowadays, more citizens are interested and this trend is getting younger too. More and more people accept that this kind of surgery is common in today’s society. Most scholars agree with the increasing trend of demand for plastic surgery, especially the youngsters

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    people are turning to plastic surgery to gorgeous and perfect in the eyes of the general public. Plastic surgery is a branch coming from the main trunk of medicine and surgery. Girl wants to look beautiful like Miley Cyrus and guys want the body fit like Brad Pitt. First of all, in medical perspective, plastic surgery is a procedure or specialty concerned with reconstructive or recover the appearance of body structure that are damaged or misshapen. There are two types of plastic surgery, which is reconstructive

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    In her essay “The Plastic Pink Flamingo” Jennifer Price looks at the strange popularity of the popular lawn accessory of the 50s, the plastic flamingo. She talks about the history of flamingos, the color pink, and how the color relates to the flamingo. She criticizes Americans for their laziness and ignorance. She begins the passage by describing the importance of flamingos before the 50s. She begins with a critical tone, she uses italics in the sentence, “First, it was a flamingo.” By italicizing

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    Breast plastic surgery have been used to surgically augment the size, modify the contour, and enhance the feel of a woman’s breasts. Surgeon Vincenz Czerny is the first to use the patient's autologous adipose tissue, that taken from a benign lumbar lipoma, to repair the shape of the breast from which he had removed due to tumor. Later on, surgeon Robert Gersuny trialed with paraffin injections, an experiment that ends with disastrous results (1). Today millions of breast plastic surgery procedures

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    Muggeridge, a British journalist, once commented to “Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream.” What the journalist learned was that it is significant to have individualism instead of following the stream. In Jennifer Price’s essay, “The Plastic Flamingo: A Natural History,” Price gives a history about flamingo to emphasize the fact that Americans lack individualism. Price analyzes American culture and American mindset through flamingo by utilizing great diction, sarcastic tone, and examples

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    South Korea has the most cosmetically enhanced people as plastic surgery is considered as a key to better careers and to a happier life. The ideal face that is considered ‘beautiful’ contains these features: big round eyes, a pointed nose, a pleasant smile, a v-shaped chin, and a slim jaw. Yang Yoon stated, “While plastic surgery may seem like a tool for looking better, it’s actually all about comparing one’s self to others.” Plastic surgery is such an interesting topic to me because of how sophisticated

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    ask what plastic surgery is. So what is plastic surgery? A surgical specialty that is dedicated to reconstruction of facial and body defects due to birth disorders, trauma, burns, and disease. Plastic surgery is also involved with the enhancement of the appearance of a person through cosmetic surgery. In 2016, there were around 10,417,370 people who had plastic surgery. Plastic surgery have been becoming more common for a variety of reasons and countless individuals are consulting plastic surgeons

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    Enthrallment of plastic surgeries in the ever changing fashion market Feb 17, 2017– People fascinated in aesthetic surgery are shying away from more conventional methods instead of less-than-conventional body shaping operations. Even as procedures including liposuction Korea along with rhinoplasties will remain all the rage in the next year as well, a number of innovative methods have come that experts consider may see an add to patients. From designing more realistically formed breast implants

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