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    Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul, Rembrandt identifies his art with the darkly distorting "glass" of 1 Corinthians” . As we will discover, this statement is underscored by the use of color and

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    Election and Primary Colors had candidates who did change in some way during the campaign and/or pre-campaign. In Election, Tracy Flick is one of the main characters and only candidate in the run for student body president until she faces unexpected competition. Paul Metzler is her late-coming opponent, the football star at school, and is more popular and gets what he wants without working that hard. He is an honest, humble candidate who is true to himself throughout the campaign. In Primary Colors, Jack

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    Essay On Matte Lip Cream

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    Matte lip creams are all the craze right now. there are many options and opinions out there on which ones are the best, and what first drew me to lip creams was the effortless matte finish, and the good thing about them being on trend now is that we're getting a variety of choices of them. when it comes down to it everyone has their own unique experience with them, and today I want to share my own with you:) from left to right: Sephora Cream Lip Stain (13), Sleek Matte Me ( Fandango Purple), Sleek

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    see how for example colors do not always have positive connotations or how some elements, minor and irrelevant to the one group of characters, have great importance to the other. The symbolism

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    Food Chemistry Assignment 1 1. Why would you use D-glucono-δ-lactone in a refrigerated pizza crust? Which additional ingredient do you need for D-glucono-δ-lactone to work and why? (5 points) D-glucono-δ-lactone is a leavening agent so is added to pizza crust to cause expansion of the dough. When water is added to the dough mixture containing D-glucono-δ-lactone and sodium bicarbonate, they dissolve. D-glucono-δ-lactone hydrolyses to gluconic acid, which then reacts with the sodium bicarbonate to

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    behalf of all lonely poets. I spoke of the main purpose of poetry to show how precious life is. I talked about the importance for a poem to be song-like, joyful, and informative so that it would capture its reader. Reciting the poem “Sonnet in Primary Colors” by Rita Dove I used a squawky sound like a bird. I chose this voice because of the weird self-portrait of Frida who looked both male and female with a parrot on her shoulder. I imagined her to have a voice that would also be unisex in nature

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    electoral college is truly representing the people. As one explores the process more, it becomes evident that other factors such as the media and the campaigning staff, have equal if not more influence on who gets elected. In Joe Klein’s novel, Primary Colors, the reader is allowed to experience what being in a presidential campaign is truly like and what these candidates act like behind closed doors. While some readers may become even more cynical due to this book, it also shows how regardless of

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    “Color, rather than shape, is more closely related to emotion” (Katz). David Katz, ceramic sculptor from Indiana, said this when discussing the importance of colors. The point that Katz is trying to portray through this quote is while colors could be affiliated with shapes, color should be used more to emblemize emotions. Throughout the novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the contrast of colors to symbolize the shattering realities behind the dreams. First of all, the color gray is

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    of his home are irregularly disposed of, which puts forth the idea of Prince Prospero's apartment being similar to a maze. The Gothic-style windows are tall and narrow, the hallway is closed, and each one of the chambers is painted in a different color, as if to make up for the dullness of the external world, producing an oppressive ambiance. The most striking room is the seventh and final one, entirely decorated in black except for the window panes which are covered in scarlet. There's no light

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    their Mac and PC commercials. By using similar techniques, both Mac and PC try to persuade young adults to purchase their product and show which one is better. The choice of color in commercials can evoke different emotions in consumers associating that feeling with the product. In general, the Mac commercials use four main colors: white,

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    Imagine a world without color. You probably can't. In everything you see and read there is color. All types of literature contain color. These colors are not just a part of the literature to be in the text, they add understanding and interest. Each color can represent something. However, the colors don't always mean the same for everyone. The color resembles the emotions the author gives throughout the story. It makes us feel the way we feel, while reading. We use color in everything we do. Sometimes

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    Geisha Dance Critique

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    General Description (10 marks) This video clip shows a dance by a geisha in the movie – memoirs of a geisha. It was filmed during the 1920-1930’s, the geisha culture has been in Japan since the 18th century. There is only one character performing this dance who is Sayuri. I chose to use this clip to tell you about Japan’s rich history and culture about Geishas as this clip shows a geisha’s performance and costume nicely. The long sleeves of the kimono has to be folded when performing in order to

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    dark orange grass that passes all the way from the right side to the left. After the skinny patch of orange and yellow grass ,in the middle ground, there is a house that consists of brown, cream, and black. The house has a black roof with a cream color highlighting the top and edges of the roof; the walls use brown with a cream door on it’s left side. The house is getting covered by three bushes made from yellow, brown, black, green, and white. One bush is on the house’s left side, yet only overlap

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    William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” critiques the American South Describing Emily’s vibrant life full of hope and buoyancy, later shrouded into the profound mystery, Faulkner emphasizes her denial to accept the concept of death. William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” takes place in the South during the transitional time period from the racial discrimination to the core political change of racial equality. Starting from the description of her death, “A Rose for Emily” tells the story about the lady

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    The color amber best represents “Of Mice and Men” because the story changes in emotion every page. The color amber can vary in color from yellow or gold to brown and even red. All of these colors inside of the color amber represent different emotions being felt in the book. The color amber is known to produce an electric charge. That's exactly what this book does. This book doesn't make you get bored in the middle of reading it. It has twists and turns in every page. It will leave you wanting more

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    Hermann Grid Illusion

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    In this, it is suggested that the illusory effect is brought about by the response and activity of S1-type simple cells in the area V1 in the primary visual cortex. For the Hermann Grid illusion to be effective, the alignment of orientation-specific elements is considered important (Schiller & Carvey, 2005), suggesting in turn that orientation-selective neurons have a role in the visual processing

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    accordion and the color pink to represent Hans’s character. The accordion represents to him a friend he once knew who saved his life (Page 176 and 178). To Hans the accordion is also representative of a way to make money when times are hard, a friend who he once knew that died in a tragic way, and to others in the story, like Rosa, the accordion is a continual reminder of him (Page 33). The accordion is also similar to Hans’s attitude because it is very lively, much like himself. The color pink represents

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    Gobstopper Hypothesis

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    hypothesis, which was “The gobstoppers will not change in color nor will the liquid change color over time of the experiment in the different liquids”. This is because for both the Sprite and water the liquid changed in color, along with the gobstoppers within them. The gobstoppers either got lighter in color or changed in color, and the liquid changed into the original color of the gobstoppers, or something close. For Sprite trial 1 the liquid color for red went from clear, to pinkish, to red, back to

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    Barbed Wire And its effects on WW1 Introduction World war 1 is undoubtedly one of the most deadly conflicts in human history. Killing an estimated 37 million people over the span of 4 years, this is one of the most deadly wars, to have ever been waged. Many things make world war one stand out, when compared to its predecessors. World war one was the last major european war since the franco-prussian war 40 years earlier. Many new technologies were also implemented in ww1, like tanks, planes

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    and The Sixth Sense also have differences One major difference between the two movies is the use of color as a symbol throughout the movie. In the movie The Shining, director Stanley Kubrick’s uses a combination of the colors red, white and blue throughout the movie as a symbol of the USA. More specifically, the USA’s murder of the native Americans. In all scenes except one, Danny wears the colors red, white, and blue, as well as other characters (ILLUMINATIWATCHER 1). Some examples include; At

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