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  • The Game Red Dead Redemption

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    company Rockstar created the game Red Dead Redemption in order for gamers to see what it was to a dying breed in modernizing world. The game Red Dead Redemption depicts what life was like in the American frontier in the early nineteen hundreds. The game Red Dead Redemption is an open world western created by Rockstar Games. Rockstar games decided to take a new approach on open world game such a Grand Theft Auto to offer a completely different perspective in a time in history. Rather then committing crimes

  • Argumentative Essay On Saints Row

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    Admittedly, if you are going to imitate a game you can do far worse than GTA. Saints Row however goes the extra mile and provides players with a very enjoyable gameplay experience that goes beyond merely cloning the most popular aspects of GTA. The game opens with some extensive customization options where you get to create your inner gangster. You are then promptly chucked into the middle of crossfire between rival gangs. The leader of the 3rd Street Saints takes pity on you and recruits you to their cause

  • World War One : The Predictable Hurdling Towards Open Continental Conflict

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    World War 1: The Predictable Hurdling Towards Open Continental Conflict World War 1 was one of the most brutal wars of the 20th century. Commonly referred to as The Great War, it saw the adoption of trench warfare lasting between 1914 until 1918. While the scale of the casualties and damage to the European Theatre was unlike any wars held previously, the political, social and economic circumstances of the continent was a powder keg that was ready to ignite at any moment. The causes of the War to

  • Art Opens Up The Worlds Analysis

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    Course Reflection The quote on the back of the book is “Art opens up the worlds: the world of many cultures, the past and present worlds, the world of the human heart and mind,” (Lazzari & Schlesier, 2008). That quote in my opinion does a good job of summing up the course and stating what you learn from the course and book. A few major topics covered in the book are “what is art?”, making, using and preserving art, and the state, self, and society. In the first unit we learned about “what is art

  • I Have Become So Open-Minded To The World And The People

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    I have become so open-minded to the world and the people around me because of this class. I learned many things in this class that I never thought would interest me. I came to this class with the mentality that I would not enjoy it and all and all I wanted on the first day of class was for the semester to be over. I was afraid of what I was going to discover and afraid to uncover myself. I think that my biggest fear was to connect with other religions. Without realizing I wanted to keep myself in

  • Review Of Open World: The Truth About Globalization By Phillipe Legrain

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    With global temperatures increasing simultaneously with increased liberation of cross-border trade, one cannot help but question whether the two are interrelated. Phillipe LeGrain, author of ‘Open World: The Truth about Globalization’, states that the world consumes roughly 70 percent more energy than three decades ago with consumption steadily increasing. Critics of globalization assert that government reduction of trade barriers are the main culprit behind global warming, at first glance this may

  • World 's Most Culturally Diverse And Religiously Open Empire

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    ACHAEMENID PERSIAN EMPIRE The Achaemenid Empire existed from 559 BC to 330 BC, and was considered the world’s most culturally diverse and religiously open empire in history. The author’s thesis of this chapter is mainly about how tolerance is pivotal in the rise and eventual fall of an empire. She argues that the willingness of the leaders to accept each culture led to great things, like fewer rebellions, but it also caused the lack of each group to have a common language, religion, or interest

  • Open Source Security and The Kerchoff´s Principle

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    Ahmad one of chief mentors of Subgraph, which is a open-source security start-up based out in Montreal. The talk was based on Kerchoff’s principle which states “the security of any cryptographic system does not rest in its secrecy; it must be able to fall into the enemy’s hand without inconvenience” [1]. The kerchoff’s principle underlines the fact that free software should be having reasonably good security. This fact is well understood by the world of cryptography because cryptography is a black-box

  • Why We Should Be More Open Minded

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    I am going to talk about why it is a problem being closed minded, how to be more open minded, and why you should be more open minded. “Most of us are brought up with a set of beliefs and values and, throughout our lives, tend to surround ourselves with people who share the same values and beliefs. Therefore, it can be difficult when we 're faced with ideas that challenge our own and, though we may wish to be open-minded, we may struggle with the act of it from time to time.(Positively present)”

  • Role of Distance Education to Impart the Higher Education in Assam

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    imparts in-depth knowledge and understanding to expose new edge of knowledge in different fields. It plays a key role to human resource development (HRD) of a nation. In present competitive world only the higher education provides qualified and trained human resource to keep pace with the fast changing world. The higher education scenario