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    Red Light Absorption

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    “Is my red the same as your red?”— you’ve most likely posed some form of this inquiry once in your life, but the color of an object is much more expansive and complex that what humans observe on a day-to-day basis. That red strawberry you see is not built with red particles that look red through every light and spectrum it is observed through. Instead, how we perceive the light bouncing off the subatomic particles within the various substances and elements which we glance upon is what affects their

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    The Color Red In India

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    The significance of the colour red in India By:Srigauri Jagannath (1522) Red is a very auspicious color in Indian culture. Red is dynamic and constantly breathing fire in the eyes of the beholder. It incites fear and is the colour associated with one of the most revered goddesses in Hindu mythology – Durga. Her fiery image is enhanced by her red tongue and almost red eyes. Red also stands for purity and is the preferred colour for a bride’s garment. Red has a deep meaning in the Indian psyche. It

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    been swimming in Red’s mind until he discovers who he really is. Red: A Crayon’s Story revolves around a blue crayon who is supposed to be red; it says so on his label. However, every time he tried to draw red objects like strawberries, ants, and fire trucks, they turn out blue. The story is written from a pencil’s perspective, in which the said pencil is Red’s teacher. The reader is taken on a journey with the protagonist where Red faces copious challenges and disappointment from his friends. All

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    reading. We use color in everything we do. Sometimes we use red to show our love for another and we express the care we give to them through it. Although, sometimes that red may signify sacrifice. A shining example of this is illustrated in the “The Wizard of Oz”. Throughout the piece, the evil witch

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    there is a deliberate use of the color red throughout the film. The color is a clear representation of life and death, as the movie’s main theme is about both and how they go hand in hand. Blood is one of the things that gives human beings life, it is what keeps people living at the same time that if it’s gone, we die. Blood is the color blue below the surface of our skin when it is in our veins. But it is when it comes to the surface that it becomes the color red. And when it comes the surface, we are

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    colors are given different symbolic meanings. Red, is one example of this, and is often used to represent the extremes of human emotion. Red is the color of anger, love, passion, determination, and even adventure. In The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne uses red to personify Hester. Some examples include the scarlet letter Hester wears, the rose bush, and even Pearl’s extravagant, crimson dress. It’s no wonder Hawthorne specifically intertwined red symbols so closely with Hester Prynne’s life,

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    The “Company of the wolves” by Angela Carter is similar to the fairytale story known as the “Little Red Riding Hood” but is retold in a different way which is often known as feminist perspective. Angela Carter has changed the conventional heroine of the fairytale into someone who is brave and courageous. The story by Angela Carter is the retelling of the fairytale story but have deeper meanings in terms of the symbols used, the feminist perspective, the gender role and generation gap. The story

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    Red Panda Speech

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    The red panda; a species somewhat sizeable than a domestic cat; is currently an endangered species. The red panda has a body type similar to one of a bear with fur that is thick with a rustic colour. They also have a lengthly, shaggy tail for balance and for warmth during the seasons with lower temperatures. The red panda is an omnivore. Its diet consists predominantly of bamboo, about 95%; which is very atypical for a mammal. They occasionally feed on insects, fruits, and small organisms, including

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    Red Panda Description

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    art i will be sculpting a red panda. There are many amazing aspects to this wonderful animal, such as their cute body, where they live, what they eat, what they do in their free time, and some special facts about this cool creature. After this you will be fully educated in the life of a red panda. The red panda really is a cute animal. Its back and torso consists of bright red-orange fur, while its belly and paw are a silky dark black. Their face is semi white with faded red-orange stripes. Its tail

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    History Of Red Pandas

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    Red panda are small, bear-like mammals found in China that are endangered. They are sometimes called lesser pandas after their relation to the better known giant panda. Although, red pandas were discovered 48 years before the giant panda. Red pandas are also called red bear-cats due to their bear-shaped body and size that is similar to a house cat. If traveling in the bamboo forests of China or the foothills of the Himalayas, one may encounter the red panda. This creature will grow to the size

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    they come out as barely a whisper. ‘I love you’” This is the very first time Mare Barrow is speaking her love instead of only showing it. Mare Barrow is the main character in the book the Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard. This book is about an unreal world of people divided by silver and red blood. Where Mare, a Red, must live along Silvers to end a war, or is she starting it. As I read this book I realized that the reason for Mare’s actions were love, for family and friends. I believe that love will

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    Despite the red pandas name they are actually not considered pandas at all, and they are not closely related to giant pandas. Red pandas are still classified as endangered, and their populations are drastically decreasing. Red pandas are considered Ailurus Fulgens. The essential reason why people first named them Ailurus Fulgens is because Ailurus Fulgens mean fire-colored or shiny (Bradford). The fire cat has an abundant range that extends from western Nepal to northern Myanmar, they are also found

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    POSITIONING STRATEGY Red Bull’s positioning strategy is based on the concept of product benefit to the consumer. The concept of Red Bull being positioned as Red Bull Gives you wings is a metaphor which is the at the centre of all positioning strategies of the company. It has gained a favorable image in the mind of consumers as an energy drink which enabkles you tackle any difficulty, you will feel much lighter and confident facing challeneges after having a Red Bull. 1. Brand Positioning Red Bull resonates

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    individuals, see fear as an easy and beneficial tactic to gain power. In both the Crucible by Arthur Miller and the Red Scare, it is clearly evident that fear does not unite but rather splits both of these societies. Considering that witchcraft and communism were unsuitable practices during these times, it caused people to go insane because of the growing hysteria and accusations

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    The Masque of the Red Death examines the inevitability of death and showcases humans natural inclination to attempt to prolong the unavoidable. In The Masque of the Red Death the Red Death has plagued the countryside with impending doom and has created a constant threat of mortality. With the Red Death having killed half of the country and the looming threat of mortality, Prince Prospero attempts to seclude himself in an effort to avoid dying himself. “When his dominions were half depopulated, he

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    Death by Red Meat Regular consumption of red meat, especially processed meat, contributes substantially to premature death (Harvard Heath, 2012). This is an alarming statement to process. Over the past few years, there has been much debate over the risks and benefits of consuming red meat as a part of a daily nutritional diet. Red meat is defined as: any meat that is dark-colored before cooking, as beef, lamb, venison, or mutton (distinguished from white meat ) (Dictionary.com, 2017). Each time

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    What affects a main character’s progression towards maturity in a novel? John Steinbeck’s The Red Pony establishes character maturity through the main character, Jody Tiflin. Throughout the book, the main character matures during each section of the book, and as he develops, he also gains knowledge about the world around him and how it works. Jody’s maturity in The Red Pony by John Steinbeck is affected by the symbolism of the book. This theme can be proven through the symbols in the book. The symbols

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    Red Death Symbolism

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    Death is not red but does not avert. With the short about the hidden meaning of the red death during a masquerade ball, held by Prince Prospero, while hiding from the death of the outside. Soon before, the prince through a masquerade party, he was isolated for 5-6 months. Clues were given with the irregular details, never showing that the plague is killing most of his citizens while being barracked. Even though “The Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allen Poe uses word choice and symbolism to create

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    American letters.” Steinbeck wrote a book called The Red Pony in 1933. The first three sections were published in magazines from 1933-1936, and the full book was published in 1937 by Covici Friede. One of Steinbeck's famous quote is “ Don’t worry about losing. If it is right happens-The main thing is not to hurry. Nothing good gets away.” John Steinbeck died on december 20, 1968 (aged 66) New York City, U.S. Many readers have enjoyed Steinbeck The Red Pony, Billy Buck is basically a father to Jody than

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    company, Red Bull to produce an energy drink, this energy drink is based on some ancient Far East drinks. Red Bull became the most sold drink in 2014, with more than 5.6 billion cans in more than 167 countries around the world. Red Bull, and as a part of it support for it’s slogan as an energy drink has initiated Red Bull support for extreme sports such as x-bike, sky diving and the world record free fall jump from the edge of the earth by Felix Baumgartner. Internatiolasation rationale: Red Bull

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