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    John Cage, an American composer, once stated “There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear.” In Cage’s musical career, he challenged the concept of sound by finding a compelling beauty in silence. His philosophy was that silence let people feel the sounds in the environment and that silence can give off a deep pleasure, which is shown in his piece “4’33”. However, silence isn’t viewed as a common conception of music, and at first

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    ways. One way was that they began sticking up for each other when one man would become aggressive towards another. The group moved away from man number 10 when he went on his rampage about young boys and how they are all criminals, prompting man number 4 to tell him to shut his mouth and not speak again. Decision Making: The 12 angry men were forced into making a consensus decision because that was the only way they could present a verdict to the judge. They used nominal group technique because their

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    Number Grid Investigation

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    at a constant (2 x 2) Width of Grid size 10) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

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    a footprint in the powder. Evidence 2 was a syringe. The syringe was found empty. The syringe was 4 inches long. It was found to the left side of the body. We haven’t tested the syringe to find out what was in it. Evidence number 3 was the pill closest to the body. The dimensions are .5 cm by .5 cm.The diameter was 6 mm. It was found next to Anna’s left arm and was one pill out of 2 pills. Number 4 of the evidence was the vomit. The vomit was 12 inches by 12 inches. The vomit was by Anna’s head

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    John 4: 1-42

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    In John 4:1-42 Jesus purposefully goes beyond gender, ethnic, and moral lines to liberate the women he meets at the well, in of Samaria. The writer John gives to us a portrait of Jesus as a social boundary buster, by recording “his longest conversation, which takes place with a woman, as well as recovering her character and circumstances in spite of her marital issues.” Jesus is in the midst of traveling from Judea to Galilee, where he comes into contact with a woman from Samaria. As the scripture

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    The American Transcontinental Railroad

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    After America acquired the West, the need for efficient transportation heightened. Ideas circulated about a railroad that would spread across the continent from East to West. Republican congresses ruled for the federal funding of railroad construction, however, all actions were halted for a few years on account of a war. Following the American Civil War of 1861-1865, the race to build transcontinental railroad began in 1866. Lincoln approved Pacific Railway Act of 1862, granting two railroad companies

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    Desiree Martinez 2/28/2016 Gospel Paper In the Gospel of John 4:5-42 Jesus was walking through Samaria and when he became tired he stopped at a well. A woman came to the well and Jesus asked her for a drink. She responded how can a Jew ask a Samaritan for a drink. Jesus then begins telling the woman of living water and tells her to go get her husband and to return but the woman says she does not have a husband. Jesus says to her the she has five and the woman recognized him as a prophet because

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    Overcoming Barriers to the Gospel There are many wonderful truths that can be learned from an examination of Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman in John 4. Things that if applied can be very helpful in understanding how to reach every man, woman, and child for Christ. We learn from the text that Jesus went through Samaria on purpose, not by mere happenstance. The scripture says, “And he must needs go through Samaria.” This immediately poses the question to us, Why? Why did he need to go through

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    Princess Diana As A Hero

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    Princess Diana is considered to be the most favored member of the Royal Family in the history of the British Monarchy (biography.com editors 1). She is the former wife of Prince Charles, and the mother of Princes William and Harry. Her charitable work with impoverished children has formed her reputation as a role model for the people of Britain and much of the world. Much of Diana’s life has been devoted to traveling the world to help others. Her work in Africa with the children injured by landmines

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    Many consider Princess Diana to have been the most favored members of the British Monarch (biography.com editors 1). She is the former wife of Prince Charles, and the mother to Princes William and Harry. Her charitable work with children in impoverished countries has formed her reputation as a role model for the people of Britain and the rest of the world. She traveled across the world helping those who are sick and injured. Her work in Africa with the children injured by landmines brought her into

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