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    "Man and Superman", by G.B. Shaw was produced and completed by University of Houston students. It was done in Wortham Theatre, which happens to be one of the smaller theatre's I have attended. The size of the theatre, and the fact that I attended a matinee performance made for a very intimate setting. With not many people in attendance, it felt as if the actors were speaking directly to me and not those in the very back of the house. From where I was sitting, I could see every little movement made

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    Unprofessionalism in the workplace is a highly controversial topic that is debated by numerous of individuals. Mainly, because of the different backgrounds, religion, race, and up brings that we same as members of the United States. Many businesses consider dreadlocks, which are ropelike strands of hair formed by matting or braiding hair, unprofessional. Why is that woman wearing a burka, niqab, hijab, chador, or dupatta considered to have on unprofessional attire? Would you consider an employee

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    Geoff Rouvray’s Golden Jubilee of Ocean Racing. Conditions were perfect. The breeze slightly caresses the water; glistening like a priceless diamond. Not far away sitting under an umbrella enjoying the view is Sydney to Hobart veteran, Geoff Rouvray, better known to his peers as “Roofrack” or “Roofie,” contemplating, 50 years of blue water classics. “I don’t know how it came about; I somehow got conned into playing cricket, Geoff recalls. One day I was standing out in the hot sun when I thought

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    Thomas Merton once said "Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time". This is completely true. Throughout the semester we have gone through almost as many as 300 pictures we view, learn, decompose into the criteria it meets and talk about the controversial things it has, while we do this we don't recognize that we also identify the form, content, iconography, and context. All four areas are what the paint, picture or sculptures identity is. I was lucky enough to visit my

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    Have you ever noticed how fashion is constantly repeating itself? There are several trends that have come, gone, and come again. A few examples are bell bottoms, skinny jeans, leg warmers, and flannel shirts. But how far back do the repeating trends go? Styles from the 20th century repeat but some trends and styles you see today go back much further than that. Although 18th century clothing was a lot more elaborate then todays you can see its influence in fashion today. Although there are

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    Legal Journal Assignment Jesus Cabral Legal Environment of Business GTU310-OT1 Dr. Carson August, 16,2016 Brandman University Introduction Advice from friends, a superior at work or an acquaintance for personal or legal situations or business legalities ought to be taken for its substance; little value. Lawful guidance can be given by an attorney/lawyer, and legal information can be given by friends, family or even employers but it is just as stated “information” to not be steered in any course

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    the style during the particular period this was written. The sexual impression continues as she is shown to be wearing "A ceint barred al of silk", during this time silk was seen as an expensive material, the silk is used for the embroidery on her smock, headband and the tassels of her purse, this reference hints at her attractive young body that is beneath the smoothest and richest materials, referenced more explicitly in the next lines. Where Alison is a contrast of black and white, the whiteness

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