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  • Water In Cooking Processes

    Water In Cooking Processes

    1.0 Introduction: Water can be observed as being a major component of many foods as well as one of the more important groups of nutrients worldwide. This is primarily due to the influences water has on texture, appearance and the taste of food. Nutritionally, water helps to maintain body temperature and plays a role in transportation of nutrients and wastes providing the solution for hundreds of chemical reactions. Water also plays a role in sanitation

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    Essay Length: 2,056 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: November 24, 2010
  • Like Water For Chocolate

    Like Water For Chocolate

    First published in 1989, Laura Esquivel's first novel, Como agua para chocolate: novela de entregas mensuales con recetas, amores, y remedios caseros, became a best seller in the author's native Mexico. It has been translated into numerous languages, and the English version, Like Water for Chocolate: A Novel in Monthly Installments, with Recipes, Romances and Home Remedies, enjoyed similar success in the United States. The film version, scripted by the author and directed by her

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    Essay Length: 550 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 25, 2010
  • Poverty As A Social Problem

    Poverty As A Social Problem

    Introduction Capital Punishment is defined as the legal infliction of the death penalty by the federal system or by the state. Also known as the death penalty, this sentencing is the most severe form of corporal punishment as it is irreversible and everlasting. We have all heard of the famous lex talionis of "an eye for an eye" in the Old Testament of the Bible. The view of proponents of the death penalty in reference

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    Essay Length: 2,070 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: November 25, 2010
  • Think Aloud Problem Solving

    Think Aloud Problem Solving

    TAPS Think Aloud Problem Solving. When using TAPS, it requires a thought out lesson plan. As teachers we want students to think on their own and not become too dependent on the teacher for answers. For example, a teacher can use novels, poems, and/or a time period in history that he or she thinks changed America. Let us just say we are going to use a period in time that changed America. One can use

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    Essay Length: 503 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 26, 2010
  • The Identity Problem Of The Bleu Vein Society

    The Identity Problem Of The Bleu Vein Society

    In the story of "The wife of his youth" by Charles W. Chesnutt goes into detail about how the blacks were having problems with the society of the whites. This story was written after civil war. Where were a group of blacks who started this society called "The blue vein society". The group of people would get to together talk about how the whites could except them and for the blacks to except them would

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    Essay Length: 1,022 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 26, 2010
  • Drug Problem

    Drug Problem

    America has a drug problem. It's not the turn on, tune in, drop out one that the American government teaches us, but instead the real problem is our government's so called "war on drugs". This is a war that is very costly. The issue here is moral and ethical. If you live in a free country you should have the right to put anything in your body that you so wish. Anything else goes against

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    Essay Length: 2,485 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: November 26, 2010
  • The Patent Problems Of Stem Cell Research

    The Patent Problems Of Stem Cell Research

    The Patent Problems of Stem Cell Research Stem cell research continues to face more hurdles in the United States. Limited funding and embryonic stem cells are only the beginning. According to research done by Ebersole, Esmond, and Schwartzman (2006), intellectual property rights are another problem faced by stem cell researchers. As new techniques and technology are developed, researchers and/or research organizations in order to claim and protect their advancements will obtain patents. This paper will

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    Essay Length: 973 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 28, 2010
  • The Kurdish Problem

    The Kurdish Problem

    Resolving the "Kurdish Problem" War is a difficult thing to understand. It will always be a part of human history, and yet we as humans never become numb to the fact that our fellow man may be killed by something that seems so old and outdated. There is a war being wagged in Iraq right now, people are dying, and yet there seems to be hope for some. The Kurdish people who mainly occupy the

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    Essay Length: 936 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 28, 2010
  • Water And Air Pollution Plan

    Water And Air Pollution Plan

    Exactly 6 years ago today the Air Quality Index in Louisville, Kentucky was 101. This number means that the air in the city is unhealthy for sensitive groups of people who have respiratory problems such as asthma and emphysema. The determining pollutant in the air is PM2.5 which is inhalable particulates. Today the Air Quality Index level reads 88 which means the air quality is acceptable; however, for some pollutants there may be a moderate

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    Essay Length: 734 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 28, 2010
  • Water Dropplet

    Water Dropplet

    Water Droplet James I was a lonely water droplet frozen in ice on top of a mountain. All my friends were missing. It seemed as though I was there for a long period, only moving a little bit at a time. But one spring, the ice thawed and I went slip-sliding down the mountain. I landed with such a thud, I sank deep into the earth meeting many strange creatures on the way. I suddenly,

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    Essay Length: 282 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • Special Problems/ Intermediate Punishments

    Special Problems/ Intermediate Punishments

    Prison inmates, are some of the most disturbed and unstable people in society. Most of the inmates have had too little discipline or too much, come from broken homes, and have no self-esteem. They are very insecure and are at war with themselves as well as with society. Most inmates did not learn moral values or learn to follow everyday norms. In order to rehabilitate criminals we must do more than just send them to

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    Essay Length: 1,424 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • E.R.P. Implementation Problems

    E.R.P. Implementation Problems

    Enterprise Recourses Plan implementation issues • Introduction Implementation of an E.R.P. System is a huge complex process, because an E.R.P. combines or integrates the all processors in an organization in to a single operating entity and implementation process shouldn’t disturb the normal production process. R.Appuswamy , the Department of Engineering and Technology, Deakin University, Australia says, “Based on the implementation experiences of a few companies like Cable Systems International (Appleton et al.1997),Amoco Corp (Jesitus,1997) McKesscn

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    Essay Length: 1,157 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • Problem/Solution Paper...End To Hunger

    Problem/Solution Paper...End To Hunger

    An End to Hunger After researching the statistics about homelessness, I came to realization what an epidemic the United States is facing. Considering the severity and common occurrence of homelessness, I felt it was a much-needed problem to address. Homelessness and hunger are very close to the Detroit area. You do not have to travel far to find someone homeless looking for food, especially during the winter months. This is a problem that is

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    Essay Length: 851 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • Water Research

    Water Research

    The United States sold 2.6 billion cases of bottled water in 2006, according to Beverage Digest, which equates to U.S. consumers spending about $15 billion on bottled water in one year. Worldwide sales top out at more than $35 billion. That’s not chump change! Drinking pure water is one of the most important things you can do for your health, particularly when you drink it instead of sugary drinks like soda or juice. However, relying

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    Essay Length: 924 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • How Do The Unique Chemical And Physical Properties Of Water Make Life On Earth Possible?

    How Do The Unique Chemical And Physical Properties Of Water Make Life On Earth Possible?

    How do the unique chemical and physical properties of water make life on earth possible? Heat Capacity - the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of something one degree celcius Cohesive strength - The internal strength of the adhesive. The measure of a label's resistance to removal. Surface Tension - the attraction of molecules to each other on a liquid's surface, creating a barrier between the air and the liquid. Heat of Vaporization

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    Essay Length: 543 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • Galileo'S Water Clock

    Galileo'S Water Clock

    Purpose: During our lab, Galileo's Water Clock, we created our lab to describe the motion of a ball on a plane using the water clock as an alternative method for measuring time. Our main purpose in this lab was to determine if the displacement of the ball is determined by the time or the time squared. Procedure: Once the water clock was set up, a ball was let go from the ramp at various distances

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    Essay Length: 492 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 29, 2010
  • Problems In The Textile Trade

    Problems In The Textile Trade

    Problems in the Textile Trade Quotas on textile imports had to be phased out by Jan. 1 under a global trade agreement. The Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC) was implemented to eliminate the Multi Fiber Arrangement in stages by the year 2005. The Multi Fiber Arrangement has been governing the world trade in textiles and garments for the past thirty years. The MFA provided the industrialized countries the ability to limit imports from developing

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    Essay Length: 834 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • Problem Oriented Policing

    Problem Oriented Policing

    Abstract Problem-oriented policing has been the cause of changes in police departments all across the nation. Is this style of policing really effective and a continued help to departments? This paper will examine problem-oriented policing and shed some light into the present activities of police departments and how they have changed because of problem-oriented policing. Problem-Oriented Policing and its Past, Present, and Future Implications Problem oriented Policing, according to the Australian Institute of Criminology, is

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    Essay Length: 948 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • Cubas Current Problems And How They Relate To America

    Cubas Current Problems And How They Relate To America

    Modern Cuba has been shaped by the U.S.'s abhorrence for the communist government. Today there are many problems in Cuba such as its waning economy, its health care issues, even its pollution, but almost all of them stem from the U.S. unwillingness to cooperate with the Cuban government, and ultimately, the U.S.'s goal to spread "freedom and liberty" to Cuba's "oppressive communist regime" The U.S. embargo is a cease-trade between the U.S. and Cuba which

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    Essay Length: 1,744 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • War Rages On In Like Water For Chocolate

    War Rages On In Like Water For Chocolate

    War Rages On in Like Water for Chocolate Although wars are waged for many reasons, ultimately, wars are fought for one reason; freedom. It is no different in Laura Esquivel's magical realism Like Water for Chocolate. Just as this novel is staged during the time of the Mexican Revolution of 1910-1917, another war rages on in the confines of a family ranch and in the lives of the people who dwell there. Esquivel cleverly

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    Essay Length: 904 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • The Vat Categorisation Problem - The Card Protection Plan

    The Vat Categorisation Problem - The Card Protection Plan

    Sunday 1st April 1973, the day the United Kingdom (UK) joined the European Union (EU). One prerequisite of joining the EU was the imposition of some form of Value Added Tax (VAT). The switch from purchase tax to VAT was a Ð''relatively quiet changeover' and in retrospect Ð''concealed the birth of the animal' (Lawrence et al 1999, pg. 2). The animal that Lawrence et al speak of is one of growing complexity and complication in

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    Essay Length: 1,397 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • Sociological Problems

    Sociological Problems

    Search | Directories | Reference Tools UW Home > UWIN > Student Guide Glossary Search Course Descriptions UW Bothell Course Descriptions UW Tacoma Course Descriptions COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES SOCIOLOGY Detailed course offerings (Time Schedule) are available for Summer Quarter 2006 Autumn Quarter 2006 To see the detailed Instructor Class Description, click on the underlined instructor name following the course description. SOC 110 Survey of Sociology (5) I&S Human interaction, social institutions, social

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    Essay Length: 6,941 Words / 28 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • Problem Solution: Global Communications Corporation

    Problem Solution: Global Communications Corporation

    Problem Solution: Global Communications Corporation Lola A. Singleton University of Phoenix Problem Solution: Global Communications Corporation The Nine-Step Problem-Solving Model will aid in analyzing the Global Communications situation. The steps of the Nine-Step Problem-Solving Model are (1) Describe the situation, (2) Frame the right problem, (3) Describe end-state and goals, (4) Identify alternatives, (5) Evaluate alternatives, (6) Identify and assess risks, (7) Make the decision, (8) Develop and implement the solution, and (9) Evaluate results.

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    Essay Length: 4,808 Words / 20 Pages
    Submitted: December 1, 2010
  • Preventing Car Accidents (A Problem/Solution Essay)

    Preventing Car Accidents (A Problem/Solution Essay)

    There are about 3 million car-related injuries a year, 2 million permanent injuries and 40,000 deaths in the U.S. each year. The Department of Transportation's statistics indicate that accidents are generally related to irresponsible driving behavior. About 40% of fatalities are related to drinking and driving, 30% to speeding and about 33% from a car going off the road. Seat belt use is only at about 68% nationally, despite it being a highly cost-effective means

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    Essay Length: 384 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 1, 2010
  • Dehydration: The Importance Of Water

    Dehydration: The Importance Of Water

    Dehydration: The Importance of Water Dehydration is defined as a loss or insufficient levels of water and important blood salts like potassium and sodium in your body. Important organs like the kidneys, brain, and heart can not function properly without water and salt. Dehydration is most common in underdeveloped countries, were diseases like cholera and dysentery kill millions every year. Unfortunately infants and small children are the most likely victims. Still, if the right conditions

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    Essay Length: 1,344 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 1, 2010

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