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    The Devil Wears Prada is about a new college graduate aspiring to become a journalist, Andrea (Andy), who is trying to adapt to her first job as the junior personal assistant to Miranda Priestly, the high demanding and cold editor-in-chief of Runway fashion magazine. Andy starts out her job knowing almost nothing about Runway, and of fashion itself. She feels like she doesn’t fit in with her attractive, gossip-obsessed co-workers, and Miranda’s senior assistant, Emily, was always there to remind

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    dress codes, having mandatory classes and control of the school day structure. Dress codes are claimed to help students focus on the lessons rather than each other. In reality, all students want is the freedom and ability to choose what they want to wear that day. Their choice of clothing

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    been found that the majority of the elderly population wears poorly fitting shoes1. This predisposes them to many conditions that could have been prevented if the correct shoes had been worn. The main functions of footwear is to provide protection to the feet and thereby prevent injury. Additionally, footwear has a role in fashion, assists with specialised activities, and can be used to compensate for any physical anomalies. Patterns of wear on shoes can be helpful in understanding each patient’s

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    To really discover myself, I must look toward myself, not in the way I have perceived myself before. I must look through an unknown foreign third person perspective to discover myself through the evidence I have left behind that resembles the thought of who I am. I must also peer into how I convey my identity with the objects that I own, and must create resemblance with my evidence and my character. I must inspect the photos of items he left behind, and conclude his personality traits. Luckily, I

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    Equally, important the black veil, the minister wears a symbol of the sin of man and of the minister himself, and it is a symbol of the natural sign people have. The veil is a visual reminder of the sins of people. the reason the people at the church being to feel uncomfortable around Mr. Hooper is because he is physical, with his veil, confronting them with their sins that have committed. Also, it symbolizes a crutch in the minister's life. He wears the black veil to hide his sins from his townspeople

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    Sadly, most people spend their entire lives chasing a “perfect” physical appearance. Hours upon hours are spent shaping their bodies to become what other people say how they should look. This idea is interpreted to us through Marge Piercy’s “Barbie Doll.” In this poem, Piercy uses imagery, simile, and symbolism to illustrate the theme of loving yourself. The poem begins with an introduction of a common life for a young child. She plays with her dolls, stoves, irons, as well as lipstick, just as any

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    Everyone knows of heroes for overcoming obstacles to better their citizens, however we rarely highlight the story’s tragic Hero. The tragic hero is much different than your average hero. The tragic hero has particular criteria it must meet based on Aristotle's paper, “The Tragic Hero”. In the Greek play, “Antigone” written by Greek philosopher Sophocles, we are introduced to a young heroine named Antigone, Who’s bravery ended up causing her downfall. The play “A Doll’s House” written by Henrik Ibsen

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    While the universal cliche in regards to looking at a photograph is “a picture tells a thousand words,” the questions we should truly be asking to ascertain what those words really mean are what is the context of the messages being asserted, and whether or not the language behind these “thousand” words is the same for all of us. In simpler terms, what I am trying to say is not all images are interpreted alike. Whether it’s from looking at a photograph at an art gallery, the news, or on our phones

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    The Telephone Pole Poem

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    There’s this sense of isolated detachment present in the poem “Telephone Pole” amidst all this communication. By using the center source a telephone pole through which all communication flows Hadara Bar-Nadava creates a powerful message. There’s this contradictory theme running through this poem, the object the poems about has this indifferent air, but it shows bouts of awareness and emotion especially in lines thirty-four to thirty-eight. The word choice appears to have a simple meaning but has

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    Competencies The six core competencies are important part of the PMU curriculum. The six core competencies that the PMU try to show how important it is in the academic life, and all students should attained. 1. communication (a) Definition It is the process of using words to express thoughts, or to exchange information between two persons or more. It can be used in different ways like, by using words or sounds, or behaviors. It is the ability of expressing your thoughts or ideas in a clear

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    In today’s society people want a women to have an extraordinary appearance. Marge Piercy's’ story Barbie Doll portrays the theme of how a person never feels fully perfect because of the views of society. Even though this poem was written back in 1936, we still have the same perception of how an ideal man or woman should look. In today's time, Social media is the main reason why people have these views. Girls are supposed to look a certain way to be considered attractive. Usually girls are represented

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    Why this dog has a bed full of toys? - 15 Pictures Some dogs like to nibble slippers, others to bury the food, the third to sleep all day... However, there are some who have special wishes and desires. Such is the dog who wants only a room full of toys. But why? The Family Meet the family Downie. This young couple has a dog and a cat, two beautiful pets who are rarely separated. Golden Retriever is a peaceful female named Mojito Rose Soldan, while black cat is a male and his name is Vader. Back

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    Homer’s epic, The Odyssey has had a profound impact on all types of art that incorporates a hero. The archetype of a hero is followed to a ‘t’ and sets the stage for following works that include a main hero’s quest. Odysseus’ trials, tribulations, adversity, vengeance, and final victory outline the common tale of the hero’s journey throughout a plotline to an eventual victory over evil. This rough outline can be whittled down into two main themes of perseverance and vengeance. Homer’s two principal

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    If you take a good look around, you may discover quite a bit written on salt free water conditioners. It does appear that what can be taken and used is dependent on certain criteria. You can find good sites to read that you can rely on, however not everything you need is necessarily in one place. It is not always safe to assume you have absolutely all the details and can stop reading and learning. Putting together the big picture for any subject is often not easy or fast with online research. Well

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    Barbie: The Role Model When the famous Danish-Norwegian group Aqua introduced us to their new song rhetorically named “Barbie Girl”, no one expected this mediocre song to become such a phenomenon; an anthem in which many people still know to this very day. Created in 1977, this song was made as an ode amid society’s love for this doll. Not only did this song have a catchy tune and a colorful video that enacted all of Barbie’s hobbies, the lyrics of this song, also interpreted sex appeal in modern

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    Motivation is a strong internal force that drives one to get what they need. In 1943, an American psychologist named Abraham Maslow developed a theory of hierarchy involving needs that are driven by motivation. Our basic needs from most important to least are physiological needs, safety needs, social needs, and esteem needs. The lower needs cannot not be obtained without first fulfilling our higher needs (D. Jary and J. Jary 2006). The most essential need physiological need, is our drive for

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    Wear School Uniform

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    Stephie Grob Plante, a writer and essayist, stated to Racked.com, “One-fifth of American student wear school uniforms…” Many children are required to have school uniforms but many more do not. Instead they have rules that state what they are and what they are not aloud to wear to school on a daily basis. Schools should require students to wear school uniforms because they provide extra safety, they help students concentrate on academics, and they save time. It is believed that school uniforms do

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    to take care of our bodies again. In “Unready to Wear,” written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., this is possible. People become amphibious by leaving their bodies and existing with only a mind. The story is in the perspective of a man who left his body, and how he and his wife live their unusual life. Normal people, called the enemy, can not see them and do not get along with amphibians because they do not like that they leave their bodies. “Unready to Wear” is not at all what I thought it would be, but the

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    We Wear The Mask

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    In the literary readings, If We Must Die by Claude McKay and We Wear the Mask by Paul Laurence Dunbar, they share the similar concept of hiding the pain and fear from your oppressor. Dunbar said, “We smile, but, O great Christ, our cries/ To Thee from tortured souls arise” (Dunbar p.243). Here he is speaking of how much of the pain and suffering him and others went through while they was born into the slave world. In McKay’s piece, you image a troop of drained combatants sitting on the ground. Their

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    Why People Wear Uniforms

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    Do you ever wonder why school makes you wear uniforms? Ever think why people make you wear clothes that everyone else wears? Even why you 're spending more money for school, on clothes that you only use once? I know what it’s like to wear uniforms and let me tell you, it made me feel like I was being punished. It’s a bad idea! You are about to spend a $262.00 on uniforms that you are sure you don’t want to wear everyday. You will get all tired of them because these clothes are boring and your closet

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