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    Justin Gatti SPCH1010 3 February 2018 How to Survive a Shark Attack General Purpose: To inform about shark attacks Specific Purpose: To increase your survival chances if you are attacked I. Introduction (20): A. Who in here enjoys going to the beach? Has anyone been in the water with a shark? I have, and not on purpose. Luckily, I managed to make it out alive. B. Today, I would like to take a few minutes to talk to you about shark attacks, why they happen and how to increase your chances of surviving

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    rapid increase of rays, skates and numerous small pieces as a result of the decrease of sharks along the eastern seaboard. As a result of intense fishing of sharks in the northwest Atlantic over the past few decades, the shellfish populations such as scallops and Chesapeake bay oysters are decreasing. One of the contributions to the 73 million sharks killed each year is due to the supply of fins need to make the Chinese delicacy shark fin soup. According to Charles Peterson, a marine sciences biology

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    One hour, one hour is the time it took for 10,000 sharks to be slaughtered. In the oceans of our world, the same oceans you swam in last summer, the same oceans the movie Jaws was filmed, a mass killing is happening as we speak. Though this may seem horrific, overfishing of Sharks is very much a reality today. We are the true killers. Shark finning is one of the leading causes of overfishing. Hong Kong and China dominate over 50% of the shark fin market. Though shark fins are extremely profitable

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    Many ideas and values come forth subtly through the characters words or the way an idea is portrayed. Religions and politics fall mostly in this category, including the question of man’s way to salvation. An adequate example of this is the Ramsay Scallop, centering on one village’s quest for atonement. By viewing the author’s beliefs on forgiveness by works, her persuasiveness in making her case, and the values expressed by various characters in the book, the idea that atonement by works for sin heals

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    Why is killing sharks bad? Sharks play a vital role in the oceans in a way that the average fish does not. Most sharks serve as top predators at the marine food pyramid, and so play a critical role in ocean ecosystems. Directly or indirectly they regulate the natural balance of these ecosystems, at all levels, and so are an integral part of them. As they usually hunt old, weak or sick prey, they help to keep the prey population in good condition, healthy and strong, enabling these more naturally

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    The article “Ocean Acidification: a Risky Shell Game” was written by Kate Madin and was published in Volume 48, Issue 1, of the journal Oceanus in 2010. I accessed the article through the University of West Florida’s library’s website by searching for the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database under the “A-Z Database List.” Once in the database, one can search the title of the article in the search box to locate it. Madin intended this article to be read by the general public who are interested

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    A World Without Fish I want to keep fishing, I want my children to keep fishing and I want their children to keep fishing, but how will they do this if there are no fish? How will anyone fish if there are no fish left? At the rate the aquatic life is being caught and the ecosystems are being destroyed there will be no more to catch in the big blue backyard. Worldwide fish stocks and marine life are being driven to extinction. There are endless opportunities and hours of fun to be had in the water

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    Saint Paul Cerebration

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    The seashell depicted in the panel, especially the scallop, is the symbol of baptism in Christianity. The western European baptismal icon is often shaped like a scallop, or decorated with one, also the dish used by clergyperson to pour water over the heads of the ones ready for baptism is often scallop-shaped. This retable contains both combined rituals of baptism; the submerging and the sprinkling of water as the latter practice

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    Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Despite her her natural beauty, she also had a magical girdle that compelled everyone to desire her. She was known to have been born from the foam of the sea, and would enchant everyone who saw her, as well as inciting people and places with love and lust everywhere she went. The Roman counterpart of Aphrodite was Venus. Her Holy Tree was the Myrtle. Aphrodite is one of the daughters to well known, Zeus and Dione . She

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    Art And Identity Essay

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    Identity is defined as the fact of being who or what a person or thing is. Many people claim that through arts, we can find out an identity or identities of the artists. As everyone knows, art is a medium for us to express our thoughts and something we don’t wish to tell other people in person. It is an outlet for us to express ourselves. According to Gaskins (2010), art reflects what we feel, think, practice, believe, or imagine. Many people also say that doing art is also a way to relax ourselves

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    industry (packaging, canning, freezing). The second biggest and most popular industry is tourism whereas fishing is the third biggest industry. Fishermen find herring, fish, cod, and mackerel. Different traps are used for catching lobsters. Clams, scallops, mussels and shellfish are cultivated. Oysters are also famous for harvesting in the island. Irish seaweed is collected by pulling an exceptional rake along the stones or on the ocean bed. It is utilized to thicken frozen yogurt, cheddar, and

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    Machiasport, Maine's Demographics, History, and Economic Struggles Machiasport, Maine is located on a bay in the northern part of Maine. Even though Machiasport is very small, it is known for its popular careers such as lobster fishing and clam digging. The jobs in Machiasport aren't the only thing that makes Machiasport different. Surprisingly, the popular sport in Machiasport is basketball. Machiasport has a unique history that includes many historical sites and events. Even though Machiasport

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    Maria Trabocchi Makes a Name in DC with Fiola Mare A Washington, DC eatery is giving gastronomes new talking points. Fiona Mare, on 3050 K St NW Ste 101 is not your usual restaurant, thanks to its culinary delights paired with DC hospitality and the powerful culinary couple behind it. According to the restaurant website, Fiolamareddc.com, the restaurant brings the Italian and the Mediterranean seaside dining experience of elegant simplicity without sacrificing flavor, color and texture. The Georgetown

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    Mahmoud Al-Semaiti Evolution - your inner fish 1- Describe these structures of eye: Retina: It 's a layer located in the back of the eye, have cells activated when exposure to light and that trigger nerves response impulse that are connected to optic nerve in the brain. Rods VS Cones: Cones are the receptors for the normal level of light and its for colored vision, Rods are used for the night vision due to the low level of light coming to the eye and its more sensitive

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    Dolphinfish

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    coast south of Florida, Mahi is a very prized sport fish. Many fishing competitions take place often. A lot of expensive seafoods are counterfeited by using different seafood as a substitute. For example, Japanese people sell skate wing instead of scallops because they have very similar texture. Imitation crab has also been sold instead of actual crab because it’s easier and cheaper to produce and sell. Since swordfish are very expensive, Pompano Dolphinfish is used as a very cheap alternative to

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    there were two myths about her birth? One was that she was the daughter of Zeus and Dione. The other tells us that after Cronus deposited several body parts of Uranus (otherwise known as the sky) into the sea, Aphrodite arose from the sea on a giant scallop. I created a myth

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    Have you ever been out with family sucking down some oysters? Depending on where you ate these shellfish, you could be poisoned. In most cases, people only eat shellfish in restaurants. In rural areas like Alaska, people can go catch their own. This is unsafe for one reason, which is toxins. The scientific name is known as Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning or (PSP). Starting off, paralytic shellfish poisoning is a silent killer. Paralytic poisoning is an illness caused from eating shellfish that have

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    I had the wonderful opportunity to shadow and interview Sunny Chen at Koi Asian Cuisine Restaurant at Cherry Hill Road in Maryland. Chen is a young college student, working part time in her family restaurant. She is an average height person who is always putting a smile behind the cash register near the front door. She was dressed professional with a dark shirt and dress pants preparing for the party reservation that was going to occur later on the day. I asked her, why she was smiling a lot. Chen

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    Have you ever had your personality change for the better? Chances are that you have and that’s exactly what Phillip(the main character) had to do in our book, The Cay. In The Cay by Theodore Taylor, Phillip’s character reveals that through many conflicts he develops independence, satisfaction and determination to survive. Phillip demonstrated independence after experiencing blindness as evidenced when Timothy approves of Phillip’s ability without his eyesight. In the event of climbing the palm trees

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    Free radicals are continuously produced in our body, due to oxygen utilization and results in the generation of a series of reactive oxygen species and non-free radical species. Reactive oxygen species are highly reactive and can easily react with most biological molecules including proteins, lipids, lipoproteins and DNA. These free radicals are naturally scavenged by antioxidant mechanism in mammalians. Uncontrolled generation of free radicals is associated with lipid and protein peroxidation, resulting

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