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  • A Short Note On Un Test De Depistage

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    Quand subir un test de dépistage? La Fondation des maladies du cœur recommande de mesurer la tension artérielle au moins une fois tous les deux ans. Cependant, si vous avez reçu un diagnostic d’hypertension artérielle dans le passé, si vous souffrez de diabète, d’embonpoint ou d’obésité ou si vous avez des antécédents familiaux d’hypertension artérielle ou de maladie cardiovasculaire, il pourrait être indiqué de faire vérifier votre tension artérielle plus souvent. En outre, certains groupes ethniques

  • Italian And Italian Folk Music

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    Italian Folk Culture Music Italian folk music reflects the area’s history, language, and its ethnic composition. Italian folk music can identify the region, it is from. In the North the music is symbolic with intelligible lyrics and a very strict tempo compared to the Southern region, which has a more stained vocal style (Italian Music). Folk music began developing with the shift from writing in Latin to Italian around 12th century Italy (Italian Music). Italy’s diverse variety of folk music represents

  • Maori Art Essay

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    When looking at Maori art, there is one thing that sticks out amongst everything else with me, and with most likely everyone that sees it for the first time, this is their tattooing skills. They are equipped with many other art skills such as their carvings, weaponry, and townhouses, but the tattoos represent the tribe as a whole and are visible on the people themselves.      The art of tattoo was brought to New Zealand by the Polynesians when they migrated to New Zealand

  • Essay about The Cultural Art of Body Art

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    For a long time now body art and decoration has been a custom in many cultural groups. Through research we have learned about the different types of body art and ornamentation such as permanent and nonpermanent tattooing, scarification, and piercings. These forms of body art and ornamentation are done for a variety of reasons, ranging from identification purposes to religious rituals. “Skin, as a visible way of defining individual identity and cultural difference, is not only a highly elaborated

  • Tattoos And Body Art

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    ambiguous which makes it harder for people without Tattoos to accept it. Furthermore, Tattoos have symbolic meaning and there is attachment to Religion in selected communities like the Maori Islanders which will be further explored through the essay. . “Tā moko” which is permanent body and face markings which is mainly done by Indigenous people of New Zealand. The Tattoo is a symbolism of identity and belonging, the tattoo

  • Cultural Appropriation Of The Koru Essay

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    This essay will address the issues of cultural appropriation of the koru in relation to the denotation of this Maori icon as well as its significant connotations, both visually in art and fashion and symbolically in business application. There are two motivational factors for initiating cultural appropriations that this essay explores: economic gain and artistic expression. The research focuses on specific New Zealand context on modern societal ethnicity. The koru (see Figure 1) has a morphological

  • Tattoos And Piercings : Work Environments

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    Tattoos and Piercings in Work Environments “According to a 2010 Pew Research report, about 23% of adults born between 1981 and 1991 have piercings other than their earlobe” (Pfeifer, Web). Also, in 2012, 2 in 10 adults in the United States reported to have at least one tattoo. That number has increased to 3 in 10 adults just last year in 2015 (Shannon-Missal, Web). The prevalence of tattoos and piercings have increased dramatically over the past few decades, especially in teens and young adults

  • The Founding Of The Baha ' I Faith

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    “Baha’is consider themselves world citizens, working for the establishment of a universal human civilization based on love, spiritual virtues and the desire of all people for the peace and prosperity (@BahaiTeachings. pg.1).” They believe in the harmony and peace of humanity and the undividedness of all religions of the world. The founders of the Baha’i faith endured trials and tribulations to set the standards for future supporters. The beliefs, worships, and traditions amplify the organization

  • The Khmer Culture : The Civilization Of Angkor In Cambodia

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    The settlement of Angkor in Cambodia (9th-15th century AD) has been regarded as one of the greatest pre-industrial cities ever built. A unique characteristic of Angkor is that it is regarded as a secondary-state formation; the origins of the Khmer people stem from Chinese and Indian civilisations, with the result that the Khmer are an amalgamation of these cultures and religions. Through an examination of commercial communication, settlement patterning and state ideology, an understanding as to how

  • Challenge 2 : Land Use Planning

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    Challenge 2: Land Use Planning Fukushima is the third largest prefecture in Japan (≅13,800 km). Before GEFE, Fukushima had a population of almost 2 million people, many of whom lived in the capital, Fukushima City. As a result of a diverse geography (high peaked mountains, forests, and over 150km of coastline), Fukushima was a major food production source for Japan. In fact, Nakadori region was the fourth largest agricultural region in Japan, yielding rice, peaches, apples, pears, tomatoes, and cucumbers