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Assignment on Els 214(english Literature Neo-Classical Period)

Assignment on Els 214(english Literature Neo-Classical Period)

Comparison and Contraction of John Webster's the Duchess of Malfi and Aphra Beah's the Rover as a Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and a Restoration Comedy respectively.

 
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Women Issues in the Month of Ramadan

Women Issues in the Month of Ramadan

WHEN A WOMAN MUST START TO FAST IN ISLAM? IN WHAT SITUATIONS IS SHE EXEMPTED FROM FASTING? MENSTRUATIONS AND PREGNANCY IN RAMADAN. WHAT A WOMAN MUST DO?

 
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Can There Be a Credible Philosophy of History

Can There Be a Credible Philosophy of History

The main idea of philosophy plays a significant role in human reasoning. It changes the role of material circumstances in human activities, it invokes the notions of human agency and it depicts generally acceptable meaning of historian events. It ensures the willingness of full understanding of ourselves in the present by understanding the choices, the forces and circumstances that results to our present situation and it also ensures a possible learning from history; that is; the Past. These reflections can be amalgamated together into a body of work to ensure a philosophy of history. In ensuring the Plurality of voices within the philosophy of history; it is impossible to give one explanation of the field that fits all these approaches. We can sensibly think of philosopher’s writings concerning history as entailing metaphysics, historicism, epistemology and hermeneutics including several important questions: - Does History in general have structure, meaning, direction beyond the individual actions and events that makes it up? - To what degree is human history constitutive of the human represent? - What does history comprise of –social structures, regions, periods, individual actions, large casual processes, civilizations, divine intervention? - What is entailed in our representing, knowing and defining history?

 
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All About the Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment Xxi) Repealed Prohibition

All About the Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment Xxi) Repealed Prohibition

Background The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution introduced in a period referred to as Prohibition during which the production, distribution as well as the sales of alcoholic beverages was unlawful. The passage of the Eighteenth Amendment in 1919 was the craving success of the temperance movement but it soon became highly infamous. Crime rates increased during prohibition as gangsters; for instance, AL Capone became a wealthy form; profitable and yielding and usually a violent black market for Alcohol. The Federal Government was incapable of eliminating the tide; corruption was proved to be a nearly challenging task. In 1932; a wealthy industrialist was against the Eighteenth Amendment as they expressed their opinion As more and more Americans were against the Eighteenth Amendment, a political movement enticed rapidly for its repeal. Also; repeal was complexed by grassroots politics. Notwithstanding; the United States (US) constitution provided two means of formally approving constitutional amendments; only one of them is been applied up till date and that was for the approval by the state legislatures of three-fourth (3/4) of the states. Also; the wise decision of the day was that the lawmakers were either simply fearful or behold ends the temperance lobby. As a result of that reason; when congress officially suggested repeal of prohibition on February 20, 1933 (with the requirements of two-thirds having voted in approval in each house; 269 to 121 in the United States (US) House of Representatives and 63 to 21 in the United States (US) senate). It selected the second ratification (approval) method set up by Article V that was being through States conventions. The Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment XXI) is the sole constitutional amendment approved by State Conventions rather than by the approval of the State Legislatures.

 
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Why Do So Many Women Get Breast Cancer?

Why Do So Many Women Get Breast Cancer?

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The research paper on "Why do so many women get breast cancer" gives analysis on the risks associated with breast cancer which are common in women.

 
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Accounting 101 (Introduction to Basic Accounting) Assignment

Accounting 101 (Introduction to Basic Accounting) Assignment

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN JOURNAL AND LEDGER!

 
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Social Media and National Security

Social Media and National Security

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SOCIAL MEDIA AND NATIONAL SECURITY

 
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Brief Story of Damian Tragedy

Brief Story of Damian Tragedy

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This is dramatic genre of comedy and revenge.protagonist always seek revenge,sometimes involve in immorality,cruel,dishonesty and violence.The protagonist is always more of villians than of Hero.most of this drama or play is oftenly take action in europe countries.

 
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Highlight and Succinctly Discuss Any Five (5) Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

Highlight and Succinctly Discuss Any Five (5) Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

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five qualities of a successful entrepreneur, is talking about the qualities that make you a good and successful entrepreneur.

 
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The Summary of the Book of the Acts of the Apostles

The Summary of the Book of the Acts of the Apostles

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SUMMARY OF THE BOOK OF THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES

 
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Qualities of a Successful Enterprenuer

Qualities of a Successful Enterprenuer

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A quality of a successful entrepreneur , a successful entrepreneur have to be determine, focus, take risk, have passion and confidence on what his doing. understanding oneself weakness, strong...

 
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Summary of the Book of Acts of Apostle.

Summary of the Book of Acts of Apostle.

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We do not know what source materials Luke used for writing Acts. Some things he observed himself, and quite possibly he may have kept a diary from which he extracted materials that were useful for his narrative. Presumably he had access to other manuscripts, and some of what he reported was obtained by direct conversation with others. Many things were omitted, and Luke was not completely unbiased in all that he wrote, but given these limitations, Luke produced a remarkable piece of work whose inclusion in the New Testament contributes a great deal toward a better understanding of the entire work. The early Christian sermons that Luke summarized and recorded form to a very great extent the basis for a reconstruction of the kerygma, and from this point of view, the gospel records were made. Luke's account of how Christianity made its way among Gentiles without discarding the more vital points of Judaism did much toward establishing unity. The account of Paul's arrest in the city of Jerusalem and the trials that followed clearly vindicate Paul in the eyes of any impartial reader. The end of the book is somewhat disappointing because one would expect to read about Paul's trial in Caesar's court, but the account ends rather abruptly. Some people think that Luke intended to write a third volume of his history but was unable to do so. Of this we cannot be certain. However, we are indebted to Luke in no small measure for the two accounts of Christianity that he did write.

 
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