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  1. GCSE Welsh Baccalaureate Completed Diary Pages

    It is also the right thing to do, participating in helping the less fortunate. However, on the contrary, a more right wing view would be that they cause competition for employment, cause a burden for the social welfare, and supposedly cause a loss of nationality. I have also developed my understanding of politics in the United Kingdom, about the democratic party currently in place. Currently, people of the age 18 and above have the ability to vote. This is an extremely lucrative right, as many other countries dismiss the opinions of the younger generation, oppressing the younger audience.

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  2. Can the work of architect Le Corbusier be explored in the context of the Design Cycle Model and was it reflected in his modernist approach to architecture?

    These stages create the following chart which shows that the design process is not linear. Design Cycle Model This affects the essay as the examples of Le Corbusier’s work given will be taken from various points in his career and can be applied to the same or different stages in the model. These stages will be looked at individually in respect to the work of Le Corbusier to identify whether the DCM can or cannot be applied to his work and whether this was reflected in his architectural designs, structures and urban planning. Le Corbusier was born, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, in the October of 1887 in Switzerland.

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  3. Practical Investigation. How does biodiversity favour survival through natural selection?

    The number of species of plants, animals, and microorganisms, the enormous diversity of genes in these species, the different ecosystems on the planet, such as deserts, rainforests and coral reefs are all part of a biologically diverse Earth.[2] Hypothesis: The rate of survival should be higher when there is more diversity. Method: I took 5 light colour crayons and 5 dark colour crayons and broke each of them into 2 pieces each.

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  4. An analysis of the musical elements in the film 'Three Idiots'.

    To begin with, the song is composed with simple tunes and lyrics and comes across as a rain track that have been heard and seen in Bollywood over the decades. The song further adds 50s and 60s Jazz rhyme which is why the arrangement of the instruments is kept simple and westernized. Thus the instruments used in this song are mostly wind instruments such as metal flute and brass wind instruments like saxophone which is responsible to create a potential wider range of timbre and volume levels in the song.

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  5. A truly loving God would never allow the suffering of innocents and an omnipotent God would be able to prevent such suffering. Can the God of Christian theism be defended against such a charge?

    I shall refer to the Augustinian theodicy and the Free Will defence in order to come to my conclusion on this charge. The Augustinian theodicy, derived from St Augustine, suggests that since God is the creator and He is wholly good, he cannot be responsible for the existence of evil in the world. Evil, in fact, does not exist as a separate substance: it is rather an absence of good ? just as blindness is the absence of sight. This absence arises through the actions of humans who possess free will.

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  6. USA and Germany ties

    The territory of Germany covers an area of 357,021 km2 and is influenced by a temperate. With 81.8 million inhabitants, it is the most populous member state of the European Union, and home to the migrants worldwide. (W2 - Germany) Although once sworn enemies from their historical past, Germany and the United States of America, otherwise known as USA, have formed a friendship throughout the many years that has passed. (W3 - Who Were the U.S Friends and Enemies before and after WW2?) Since October 14th 1925, USA and Germany made an agreement to improve the relations between both countries and their governments; it was also registered in the League of Nations Treaty Series on August 3, 1926.

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  7. Supporting statement to study Law at Boston University.

    I believe that this program would help me distinguish myself academically amongst my peers. In addition to that, here on the island of Guam, I am a member of the Public Policy Institute. At the institute, students serve as interns under the auspice of Speaker Judith Won-Pat, Ed.D of the 31st Guam Legislature. As a requirement to graduate the internship program, we are required to do case-studies with the University of Guam and policy briefings to the leaders of the island on whatever topic that we feel is of significant importance to our island.

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  8. [IB Film] Inception: A Critique

    This multiple-reality concept, more than enough to entertain a certain group of audience by itself, seems very unique. ?Inception is exceptional,? according to ?Film.com.? However, Inception is not completely ?original? as it seems. The multiple-reality concept follows the legacy of The Matrix series by the Wachowski brothers?especially when it comes to reality-controlling powers?but with more realism to the setting. The also movie contains some homage to the James Bond Series(Nolan confessed that he had James Bond homages in his interview with Screencave.com, which is best illustrated is the infiltration of military base in the third dream layer.), while its basic elements of raising tension follow the conventional heist film styles of editing.

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  9. [IB Film] Bicycle Thieves: Critical Analysis

    films dominated the industry at the time, as its land as well as movie studios were the least damaged. Italian cinema, despite its dire involvement in the war, was not necessarily devastated. The problem, however, was the insistence of making propaganda films?known as ?White Telephone? films?by the Fascist government. This had ruined the Italian cinema of proper filmmaking, and had rendered its films to be shallow melodramas and comedies. The Italian Neo-Realism came out as a rebellion. It despised the restrictions given to filmmaking by its former government as well as the Americans. Instead of shooting most films inside studios, filmmakers went outdoors, not limiting their scope of the film to indoors.

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