It is because of this mythical feat of never yielding to obstacles , that his name Fudo (Immovable , was taken from . He is popularly depicted as an angry figure surrounded by flames , holding a rope and a sword . The said statue was made out of a shallowly carved wood block . The statue 's back is planted firmly on stiffened legs along with broad heft of the shoulders emphasizes ``immovability , which happens to be the meaning of the Buddhist Deity . In the...
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Esther seriously when she talked he really didn 't even listen , to what Esther had to say even though she tried to express herself . He was also quick to try to treat Esther with shock treatment . Dr . Gordon was a scientist and he was quick to use science to treat Esther . His hasty diagnosis caused Esther to fall deeper into depression because her problems were never dealt with it then that she tried to kill herself . It is when she...
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Buck and Spitz and in to eliminate your foe you must wait for the right time where you can find him in his weakness . We can also see that as you acquire power , you must prove your worth to others because if they will find you weak they will also try to overpower you . As John Thornton became Bucks owner...
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Yasuda Shugo , and the stage brightens slightly . Boy walks away , dragging his feet and holding the chicken in his arms . In this piece everyday movement such as running was made bizarre by the dancer 's rigid legs running with only his heels touching the floor , giving the work a highly unusual atmosphere , although one could discern some gestures reminiscent of...
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I sat on the edge of his bed and ran my fingers through his hair . I told him that everything was going to be alright if only to remind myself , although I knew that I could do little to help him . I sat with him and repositioned him in a way that might allow him to get to sleep . I...
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Mercy was a thing reserved for gentler climes (III , p . 57 . Part of Buck 's ``education ' includes the realization that morality should nearly always give way to need : ``Civilized , he could have died for a moral consideration (now he ) flee (s ) from the defense of a moral consideration and so save his hide (II , p . 34 . Failure to measure up...
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Planet Earth will look like a big wildlife sanctuary . For the really concerned human being , the book has many thoughts to ponder and questions to answer . In all probability , he will change some of his lifestyles . He will also repent how cruel he has been to the systems of nature and how resilient and benevolent is Nature . How many human...
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Because age and status is respected in a collective parenting orientation and correlated with knowledge , children are expected to show obedience to older members of the family . They are expected to follow what is believed to be right by the family and to implement this to keep the family 's honor . Children with individualistic parents are left to explore problems...
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Another alternative for dealing with nonresponse is to compare respondents with nonrespondents on key demographic variables . When the two groups are similar on known demographic variables , it is less likely that the respondents and nonrespondents will have different survey response patterns . A third , more labor-intensive approach requires that the investigator attempt to contact and interview a sample of nonrespondents . To...
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Esther seriously when she talked he really didn 't even listen , to what Esther had to say even though she tried to express herself . He was also quick to try to treat Esther with shock treatment . Dr . Gordon was a scientist and he was quick to use science to treat Esther . His hasty diagnosis caused Esther to fall deeper into...
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The event led to a nationwide hunt for the missing artworks . Specific motives were unclear . However , experts claimed that the paintings must have been stolen for the thieves to demand ransom or to serve as a ``trophy robbery ' in to impress other art thieves and criminals , yet no words were heard from the thieves (AP . Just like The Scream heist...
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Ct can be said to be in the status of discounted cash outflow in the time t . Thus very risky projects with a positive NPV can be accepted , Richard (2000 . Net present value is a method of project appraisal which compares the money value now and the value of money in the future . That is a dollar might be more...
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A The cash flows is not even Thus the Pay Back Period can be calculated by trial and error . Thus PBP for Project A 0 Initial investment / Average annual cashflow 110 (210 /5 ) which is equals to 110 /42 2 .62 years Thus the project A pay back period is shorter than project B thus Project A is recommendable . Thus...
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Using the last two quarters of data , as the museum had suggested , indicates that the museum may have lost as many as 1162994 tickets worth of lost revenue . The museum 's argument is the more problematic . The regression line before the fire was of museum patrons of amusement park patrons 0 .69 16 .23 after the reopening , the regression line...
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I have been attending the dance classes for over two months . It has been challenging for me because I am a gentleman aged twenty-four weighing two hundred and fifty pounds and I guess you can image how I am . Although it has been hard considering my body posture , I have tried through zeal and zest and our choreographer has been...
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