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• The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Mr. Utterson, a lawyer, is a friend of Dr. Jekyll's. Some time previously, he arranged Dr. Jekyll's last will and testament. It included a strange condition: in case of the decease of Henry...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
You can find the answer to this at the very beginning of Chapter 8. In that chapter, we find out that autumn turned to winter for the first time since 1885. Obviously, winter always follows fall,...

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• Math
To find the distance beteen: (-2,4) and (3,-2), (1,-5) and (6,3). (-3,7) and (2,-4) (0,5) and (-3, 12) Solution: The distance d between the points, (1,y1) and (x2,y2) is given by: d =...

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• Math
As with circles, there is a set equation for the distance between two points. You can use it whenever you know the coordinates of the two points. The distance formula is as follows: distance =...

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• Math
There is a standard equation for a circle that can be used if you know the coordinates of the center and if you know the radius. Once you know this equation, you can use it quite easily for all...

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• Middlemarch
In the novel 'Middlemarch' by george Eliot, the author examines the themes and ideas of status, society, social climbing and the risks of all these motives in provincial life. many risks with home...

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• The Most Dangerous Game
What this line refers to is the idea that time goes very slowly when you are really afraid or nervous. This is the state that Rainsford is in at the point where that line is in the story. At that...

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In Madame Bovary, Emme uses romantic novels to feed her need for romance, fantasy, and the spark that is missing from her life. She literally idealizes herself as a character that deserves her own...

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• Twelfth Night
The previous answerer is right to draw attention to the speech, which is actually in Act I scene i, straight after the famous opening lines of the play: O, when mine eyes did see Olivia first,...

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• Biology
Hydrogen peroxide works the same as the enzyme catalase in liver. Use chilled, room temperature, and heated hydrogen peroxide. If you combine the two at different temperatures and determine the...

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• The Odyssey
If you are reading out of a Literature book, you most likely are reading the Fitzgerald translation as a 9th grade student. I will answer from that point of view. The entire story is dangerous...

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• The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
In this daydream, Walter Mitty is a very famous doctor. (The daydream is triggered when he drives by a hospital.) He is helping a couple of other famous doctors who are doing some sort of surgery...

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• Heart of Darkness
Marlow is looking for introspect as he ventures down the Congo. In order to find himself, he feels he needs to contrast his environment and experiences. He joins the company on a far away...

• Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Gawain's positive virtues are similar to Beowulf's. He is loyal, first of all. He volunteers to take Arthur's place when the Green Knight comes to Arthur's...

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• Social Sciences
In the United States under our law, reporters for newspapers or television are allowed to release the names of both suspects and those who are accused of crimes, even if they haven't been convicted...

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• A Raisin in the Sun
There are several instances in Hansberry's exposition that is critical to understanding the basis for the play and the characters within it. The constant uneasiness and questioning of whether or...

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• Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace...One School at a Time
In Chapter 9 Greg goes and talks with Jean Hoerni, a millionaire. He gives him a check for \$10,000 and tells him to get the school built as quickly as he could. Jean wants to see a photo and tells...

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• Soldier's Home
Hemingway's "Soldier's Home" discusses what life after the war is like for a shellshocked WWI vet. In today's society, we would describe Krebs as having PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). He...

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• Literature
I suppose that the most obvious answer is that Mr. Parsons is a man who has worked hard to get ahead. On the other hand, the beggar, Markwardt, is someone who has presumably chosen not to try hard...

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• Geology
The Great Plains, a huge area in the Western United States and Canada, 10 million years ago was an eastward sloping depositional plain surmounted by a few mountain masses. Most interestingly, back...

• Literature
In this story, both Mr. Parsons and the beggar who tries to get him to give money share the same handicap. Both of the men are blind. They both became blind in an accident at a factory where they...

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• Arts
William Butler yeats, the Irish poet and promoter of irish culture, had a daughter Anne who was celebrated in a beautiful poem he wrote called 'A Prayer for My Daughter.' In this poem he celebrated...

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• Science
The immediate cause of wind is air pressure and, more specifically, differences in air pressure from one place to another. Wind occurs when one part of the atmosphere has a lower air pressure than...

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• History
The general result of this test was that the test subjects were much more willing than expected to subject the other person in the experiment to what they thought were really high voltage electric...

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• Social Sciences
One important effect is that it opens the the door into the lives and demons of people that, in the outside, look as normal as everyone else. The case of sociopaths is quite strong in AMW,...

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• Science
Initially, in the mid-80s ,when it was clarified chain polymerization technique (PCR), it was used as amplifying enzyme a polymerase extracted from E. coli, which had to be added to each...

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• William Wordsworth
The "Lucy" poems were written during a period in Wordsworth's life when he lived in Germany and his good friend, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, lived in England. These five poems deal with different...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
In my opinion, Dill tells these lies to get attention and to compensate for what he feels is a home life that does not give him what he needs. We know that his parents really do not pay much...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
What she tells Scout about Boo Radley in this chapter is that she believes Boo is still alive. She says that he never comes out of the house simply because he does not want to. This is totally...

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• History
One of the first and most vital components of the earliest textile mills was the proximity of a river to turn the mill that basically provided the power for most of the mill. The second vital...

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• Othello
Your question seems to be in reference to Act 1; so I will answer it in accordance with Act 1. As you know, the play begins with Iago and Roderigo rudely awakening Brabantio and informing him that...

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• Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
T.J. Avery is a bit different than the other kids. He is skinny and looks half starved. His family are sharecroppers on the Granger land. T.J. likes to think that he is funny and plays jokes on...

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• Literature
In this essay, Cole gives a variety of reasons why people of Generation X are supposed to dislike the people of the Baby Boom. She says that some say boomers are "self-righteous yuppies" who don't...

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• Literature
As I understand it, journalists are supposed to write their articles as if they thought a sixth grader would be their reader. They are supposed to use relatively short sentences and short...

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• Literature
I think the most important trait that Cole identifies is economic uncertainty. She shows the Gen X people looking for jobs, struggling along to save money, and not being sure of their futures. A...

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• Shakespeare's Sonnets
Feminine rhyme is when a word at the end of a line of poetry rhymes in two or more of the syllables: A woman’s face with nature’s own hand painted,Hast thou, the master mistress of my...

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• Hamlet
The "Norwegian situation" as you put it, is a danger that is facing Denmark at this point in the play. At this point, young Fortinbras is the nephew of the king of Norway. The king is sick and...

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• Hamlet
To me, the major contrast that is being brought out in this scene has to do with how decisive and determined Laertes is and how Hamlet has the opposite qualities. We will also see Hamlet compared...

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• Romeo and Juliet
In my opinion, they do not realize it for three reasons. First, they are human and people are very much capable of making stupid mistakes. Second, they are people who are head over heels in love....

• Hamlet
Hamlet's first words in this play are an aside that he speaks when Claudius refers to him as my "cousin and my son." Hamlet then says A little more than kin, and less than kind. To me, this...

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• Le Morte d'Arthur
In Malory's Morte d'Arthur, Arthur is warned by Sir Gawain in a dream that if he fights Mordred the next day, he will die. Arthur plans to seek peace the next day instead of fight, in order to...

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• Social Sciences
"Should" fits with a sentence giving advice to a person, as it reflects your opinion, as in "This is what you should do". If you use the word "must", it comes across as a command and is likely not...

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• A Visit to Grandmother
Charles left home at the age of 15 to go to a school up North for blacks because there were none in TN. He also left because he didn't believe his mother loved him the same as she did her other...

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• Math
Let Ram and rahimis age now be x and y. Therefore seven years ago their age relation : x-7 =5(y-7)^2..................(1) Three years hence their age relation: (2/5)(x+3) = (y+3).Or x+3 =...

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• Math
Let: Original sum invested = x Then number of Rs. 100 shares purchased at premium of Rs 12 = x/(100 +12) = x/112 The Income per original share @ 6%= Rs 6 Total Income = (Number of shares)*(earning...

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• Math
Add these two variables {(x-2)/(x+2)} & {(x+2)/(x-2)} on the left side of the equation. {(x-2)(x-2)}+{(x+2)(x+2)}/{(x+2)(x-2)}=4 or, x.x- 4x+4+x.x+4x+4=4{(x+2)(x-2) [both sides are divided by...

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• The Shield of Achilles
You don't state whether or not you must compare this poem to another one that you have read in class, or if your assignment is to choose a poem with which to compare it. Since I am not familiar...

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• Macbeth
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, the witches first use the line you ask about in Act 1.1: Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Macbeth then echoes them in Act 1.3: So foul and fair a day I have not seen....

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• The Lady with the Pet Dog
Although you do not mention the specific detail missing in the story, I'm assuming you are asking about the open-ended conclusion of the story. The story ends with Anna and Dmitri recognizing the...

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