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  1. Ensayo Teora del Conocimiento Vemos las cosas tal como somos, no tal como son

    Su realidad propia es diferente. Por lo tanto ¿Cuántas realidades hay? Todo depende del objeto del cual se habla. Puede haber realidades similares entre individuos, pero ninguna es exactamente igual a la otra. Entonces, hay tantas realidades como individuos presentes. A los efectos de este trabajo, la realidad se concibe como la existencia efectiva y verdadera de las cosas, la que varía de persona en persona; siendo subjetiva y única. Luego, también relacionada a la afirmación “Vemos las cosas tal como somos, no tal como son”, atenderemos el concepto de percepción. La percepción es la forma en la que nosotros captamos lo que nos rodea, determinada por nuestra cultura, creencias, conocimientos, entre otros.

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  2. En este laboratorio se va a determinar la constante del resorte, K de la Ley de Hooke, al suspender diferentes masas en el.

    Variables: Independientes: 1. Masa de las pesas y el incremento de 50 en 50 a las pesas. Dependientes: 1. La elongación que se creara, como se medirá la elongación del resorte por el agregado de las pesas. De control: 1. Tipo de resorte que se usara porque distintos resortes tienen constantes diferentes. 2. Misma distancia de resorte a la mesa, gravedad. 3. Temperatura constante para que no cambie la elasticidad del resorte Materiales y procedimiento: - Resorte - Juego de pesas de distintas masas - Un soporte para poder fijar las pesas - Regla para medir los alargamientos - Piola

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  3. In My Veins - story

    My answer was unequivocal. I relished the thought of my future so much that I took to no sleep and stress like a duck to water. Hospital was my home. My sanctuary. Until today. Third breath. The hardest... I think on balance it?s ironic. To be shot in the hospital. By a patient... I?m not ready to die! What will happen to my lovable cat named Cat? It is odd and pathetic that as I lay here dying my biggest cause for concern is a pet...

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  4. The text under analysis is taken from the book Doctor in the House written by Richard Gordon.

    After that the reader gets know about the process of announcing of the results. The story ends with the detailed description of the emotional state of the author before the very moment of his success. At the end learn that he passed the exams. This extract is constructed around the single theme which can be formulated as procedure of the exams. The author uses numerous thematic words, such as: the student, the final examinations, the exams, to prepare, the examiners, cheating, textbooks, to swot up, the written papers, uniformed, examinees, knowledge, tripos, viva, marking, grading, to pass and so on.

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  5. Anlisis e Interpretacin de El ro de Julio Cortzar

    Este matrimonio simboliza una divergencia entre la parte racional y la parte emocional de una misma persona como se menciona en el cuento; “Somos a tal punto una misma cosa en ese enredo de ovillo donde la lana blanca y negra luchan como arañas en un bocal”. Al ser estas dos fuerzas de ideales contrarios están en constante pugna. En este caso, la racionalidad termina por dominar al cuerpo y el corazón decide abandonar a la persona. En los siguientes párrafos mostraremos el significado de cada personaje de acuerdo de la teoría planteada anteriormente (cada uno representa un ámbito racional

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  6. Analysis of an article on the traits of thalasemmia

    In this coursework also we need to give the personal respons from our reading about the article. As a conclusion this coursework help us in increasing our knowledge in English also improve our skills in scheming and scanning the article. TRAITS OF THALASSAEMIA By : Soo Mei Ling This article tells about the thalassaemia disease as a whole in terms of meaning, types, how to detect and the complications of thalassaemia patients. Through these article I have learned more detail about the thalassaemia disease. Furthermore, by reading these article I also able to differentiate between anaemia disease and the thalassaemia disease.

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  7. Resumen Valoracin del Patrimonio Histrico: Experiencia Internacional

    promueve el fortalecimiento de la cohesión social, el pensamiento crítico, favorece el desarrollo de la personalidad, la confianza personal en cada uno de los miembros de la sociedad. A nivel internacional, los países que poseen una herencia cultural, no sólo es un motivo de orgullo y distinción nacional, sino que los pone en una posición competitiva dentro del mundo globalizado, convirtiendo su cultura en un atractivo para inversionistas potenciales. El turismo cultural debe manejarse con mucha cautela y evitar depender de él mismo de manera excesiva ya que puede provocar la pérdida de identidad cultural entre la comunidad, problemas medioambientales y hasta la destrucción del mismo patrimonio.

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  8. Ensayo de las causas de la Primera Guerra Mundial

    causas a largo plazo, conocidas también como causas próximas, que nos aclaran mucho más el fenómeno ya que aportan información sobre el contexto en el que se sitúa el estallido bélico. La guerra franco-prusiana de 1871, mantiene una rivalidad constante entre alemanes y franceses, suponiendo un ataque de los últimos. Guerra que culminó con el Tratado de Fráncfort que supuso la pérdida de los territorios de Alsacia y Lorena. Ante esta situación, Bismarck establece alianzas con el propósito de crear ligas diplomáticas que fortalezcan las relaciones entre las potencias capitalistas situadas en posiciones geográficas estratégicas, de modo que se comprometan a defenderse entre sí en caso de que cualquiera de ellas sea atacada por alguna de las naciones rivales.

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  9. Making Vietnamese wines (in Vietnamese)

    Muá»n rượu thÆ¡m hÆ¡n thì cho 1 ít vani vào. ThÆ°á»ng 1 kg chuá»i sẽ cho khoảng 3 lít rượu. Chiết rượu ra chai Äậy kín nắp. III. Rượu chuá»i (ngá»t), phÆ°Æ¡ng pháp chế kỹ nghá» : (Sá» lượng cho 10 lít rượu chuá»i) * Nguyên liá»u: - 3 kg chuá»i - 10 ml Antigel - 2 lít + 5,5 lít nÆ°á»c sạch - 2,5 kg ÄÆ°á»ng - 50 gr lactic acid (80%) - men thuần giá»ng - 4 gr muá»i dinh dưỡng cho con men -1 gr muá»i lÆ°u huỳnh ( kaliumpyrosulfit)

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  10. La importancia del espacio en los cuentos Casa Tomada y Carta a una seorita en Paris escritas por Julio Cortzar

    Debido a esto se genera más confusión en el lector sobre el pasado de los personajes. Por lo tanto, el autor por medio del espacio cerrado suprime los pensamientos y sentimientos para así producir una incógnita. Por otro lado, en el cuento “Carta a una señorita en Paris”, la descripción apela a los sentidos de manera panteísta, reflejando los sentimientos más profundos del personaje. “Esas que en su casa preservan la música de la lavanda, el aletear de un cisne con polvos, el juego de violín, y la viola del cuarteto de Rará” (Cortázar, 2005, pag21).

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  11. Arguing in favour of more searches of individuals by the Canadian police.

    This is why it should be modified. We also have reason to believe this because the individual being searched could be concealing various illegal items, such as weapons, drugs, alcohol, or stolen property. Although it is a possibility that someone has a weapon, there should be a proper format to follow for searches. For example, in a school environment we believe there should be a police officer, a teacher and a principle present before any searches take place. Students can sometimes bring illegal items to school creating a threat against other students.

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  12. Text Analysis of Kokoda Treks on the Kokoda Trail

    It informs the reader of the trail, talking about the duration of the hike and the many villages? people can visit. It also mentions the history of the Kokoda trail with many references to World War Two, and the location?s reference to Australian war history. The advertisement uses strong promotive language designed to get the reader interested in the message and have a positive opinion on the information presented. In attempting to make the tour attractive but also challenging a number of topics are introduced and balanced in the text.

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  13. Letter to the editor of GQ magazine complaining about the presentation of women.

    Since it is very important to advocate the right idea of all human being should receive the equal rights, not just because of the wants of men, a woman?s status would have to be put down. I believe if GQ alters its way of presenting an attractive cover GQ will be a much more successful magazine rather than being criticized as a masculine and a gender prejudice magazine. Provided with an example above, the left side magazine cover is published on August, 2011, and the right magazine cover is published on March, 2009.Notice!

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  14. Arguing in favour of censorship in China.

    The target audience of this editorial, educated Chinese citizens who support censorship or are not aware of its fundamental shortcomings, will be persuaded that the disadvantages outweigh the advantages. The argument of supporters that censorship is to the benefit of Chinese values will also be challenged in a logical manner. An editorial is the most suitable medium for presenting this controversial topic because both opposing perspectives are explained, the writer?s opinion is shared, and the reader is left to draw their own conclusion.

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  15. Significance of Objects

    perhaps the flow has changed... you will never find the cat in that neighborhood" 1. In the context of her casual meeting with Toru these mystical words appear to be literal, but in hindsight it foreshadows Kumiko's sudden and unexpected departure soon after the flow has changed. Like the prophecy, she is never found in that area after her disappearance. However, the cat returns to Toru in the second part of the novel, almost in response to the appearance of the mark on Toru's face, suggesting another change of flow. This change of flow is suggested to be positive because at this point, Toru's life has stabilized and is a part of a new routine.

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