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  • Ballpoint Pen: How Does It Work?

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    Ballpoint pen: How does it work? A ballpoint pen administers ink with the use of small rotating ball made of brass, steel, or other form of metal to disperse ink as the writer moves his or her hand across the page. The principle behind the operation of the pen is a ball-and-socket design (Ballpoint pen, 2012, How stuff work). The ball rotates in a socket located near the pen's ink reservoir and rolls as the writer writes. The force of gravity pulls the ink down the reservoir and into the ball area

  • Get This Job Essay

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    first thing I did was run to my mom and I told her that I got the job. Right after I told my mom about the job I set an alarm for Monday 6 am. My alarm rang and I woke up and got ready to go to work. I took one of my handbags, I put two black ballpoint pens in there and some money for the transport to get to work and back. My outfit was not too formal. Never ever wear revealing clothes to work. I decided that since I am saving up and paying bills, a packed lunch is the best way to go. So I packed

  • Freudian Literary Analysis Of Doubt By John Patrick Shanley

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    Freudian(Psychoanalytical) Literary Analysis of Doubt Doubt by John Patrick Shanley is about a nun who is entirely convinced that a priest had done something inappropriate to one of the students and taken advantage of the fact that the student (Donald Muller) is an African American. Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the nun, concluded that Father Flynn, the priest, had been forcing Donald Muller to drink wine and molesting him. With the help of a naive nun named Sister James, Sister Aloysius attempted to

  • How Have Tattoos Changed Over Time

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    about them. Another alternative is to get the henna-based ones that are easily available in most Indian stores. A third option is ball-point pen tattoos, in which case, the ink is applied directly to the skin in the manner of an actual tattoo machine. Ballpoint tattoos fade soon or can be washed off at the wearer’s discretion. The ink used in ballpoint pens is supposed to be non-toxic, but, this topic is subject to some debate. How to tackle your teen’s tattoo obsession? The chief concern with

  • Bic Research Paper

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    Introduction Pens, I'm sure you use them nearly every day. Most likely, a fair number of the pens you use are BIC. BIC, a disposable consumer product manufacturer, was founded in 1945. The product I chose to research is the most common, the BIC Cristal ballpoint pen. BIC was created in France, now it has spread its reach to the far corners of the world. BIC sells everything from pens, to lighters, to water sports equipment. Description The BIC Cristal is made up of several materials. The majority

  • Home Tech Essay

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    The Toilet Yes...those tales you've heard are true. The toilet was first patented in England in 1775, invented by one Thomas Crapper, but the extraordinary automatic device called the flush toilet has been around for a long time. Leonardo Da Vinci in the 1400's designed one that worked, at least on paper, and Queen Elizabeth I reputably had one in her palace in Richmond in 1556, complete with flushing and overflow pipes, a bowl valve and a drain trap. In all versions, ancient and modern, the working

  • Character Analysis Doubt

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    When we first get introduced to Sister Aloysius she get described as “watchful, reserved, and unsentimental” (7) in that same paragraph we can make assumptions of her character. The Fact that she wrote with a Fountain pen tips the reader off to suggest that she is old-fashioned and maybe not welcome to change. She then goes on to make very bold claims that “boys are made of gravel, soot, and tar paper” (12). She believes that she has teenage boys figured out, that boys

  • Summary Of The PlayDoubt : A Parable?

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    her fountain pen, and encouraging others to engage in more traditional lessons and hobbies, back up her outward appearance that she works hard to keep on display as a distinguished principal. Sister James, another character in the play “Doubt” is a character who contrasts with Sister Aloysius in many ways. Where Sister Aloysius believes in keeping herself distant from her students, teaching more traditional subjects, and even goes as far as suggesting that students using ballpoint pens can be

  • Investigating The National Check Fraud Center

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    people to change the type of pen that he or she signs with in order to protect him or her from falling victim to this crime. The majority of both ballpoint pens and dark-inked markers have a rich dye base. This simply means that switching pen types can help protect individuals from check washing. There are security pens that have a completely different ink base. Among water-resistant inks, the inks’ gel does not allow fluid to pass through it making it a safer pen. Gel pens have been found to be the

  • Themes In The Play Doubt : A Parable

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    The play Doubt: A Parable is centered around a progressive priest at St. Nicholas school, who is accused of molesting a child by the principal of the school. Although he is accused, there is never substantial evidence presented against him, and only covered up inappropriate actions taken by Sister Aloysius. The accusation being made on limited grounds, and the way in which the sister had to take steps outside of what would be expected of her, depicts the seriousness of the hierarchy in the church