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  • Staffordshire Bullterriers

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    The political views are being deceived on the Staffordshire Bullterriers history due to the quantity of propaganda being published .Due to bull baiting, bear baiting and dog fighting becoming favourable sports the Staffordshire Bullterrier fulfilled its role within society of ensuring the provision of entertainment to both the royal and commoner’s society whist controlling the vermin population. It’s considered a pack of Staffordshire Bullterriers enabled the bulls to release adrenalin and noradrenaline

  • American Staffordshire Terrier

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    Technician St Clair College American Staffordshire Terrier Newfoundland Munchkin Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier CKC classification: As clearly stated in the breed’s name, the Canadian Kennel Club classifies the American Staffordshire Terrier as a terrier. (1) Origin: The country of origin for the American Staffordshire Terrier is Staffordshire, England in the 1800’s. (3) This breed originally named the Staffordshire Bullterrier is a cross between Bulldogs and various

  • Mid-Staffordshire NHS Scandal Analysis

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    An example of poor practices from an organisational point of view is the mid-Staffordshire NHS scandal, which showed that between 400 and 1,200 patients died as a result of poor care between January 2005 and March 2009 at Stafford hospital, which shows that there was clearly a lack of quality care being provided and that there was something that was not quite right occurring within the trust. The NHS care regulator soon became aware of the fact that Stafford seemed to have unusually high death rates

  • Comparison Of Rudyard Kipling

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    Rudyard Kipling was born to Alice MacDonald and John Lockwood Kipling on December 30, 1865 in Bombay, India. Most of his education took place in England where his parents were from. Before getting into writing his own literature, Kipling was a sub-editor at the CMG, The Civl and Military Gazette. He worked for several years before beginning to write. Farther into his career as a writer and poet, Kipling wrote the poem “The White Man’s Burden.” In this poem, he attempts to teach readers that you should

  • The Power Of The Dog Rudyard Kipling

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    Many dog owners would agree that there are many benefits to having a dog in their life. Throughout time there have been multiple works of creativity that expresses the multiple benefits and risks of owning a dog. One poem, in particular by Rudyard Kipling titled “The Power of the Dog” (Rudyard Kipling)explains a sentiment that most pet owners would agree with. Kipling explains his attitude of being able to have owned a dog in his life and the effect that having a addition to your life in the form

  • Analysis Of 'If' By Rudyard Kipling

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    I chose poetry because it usually carries many rhetorical elements and is open to more interpretation. Kipling is successful in achieving this through his poetry because of his experiences and audience. The main audience he is writing to would be his son, but once he circulated his work physically and then eventually onto the Internet, the poem applied to many different people. I chose Kipling’s piece in particular because of the emotional bond he distinguished with his audience along with the many

  • Summary Of If By Rudyard Rippling

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    “If”, by Rudyard Kipling is a great poem to acquire inspiration from. It is basically a step by step guide on how to survive in the world and succeed. I quite literally take this poem to be based on one common factor, which is success. The whole gist of the poem is one must keep a narrowed focus, avoid dishonesty and hate, risk everything just to lose it, but be willing to start over again. A successful person must watch everything they have dedicated themselves to, get destroyed, but get up and

  • The Mask Of Masculinity In Rudyard Kipling's 'If'

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    Every father hopes his son grows up to be a great, resilient man with the ability to have meaningful conversations with those he loves. As the definition of masculinity varies within a population, a man may have a difficult time understanding what it means to be masculine. Masculinity is defined as possessing characteristics ranging from a lack of crying and stigmatized as being the opposite of womanly characteristics. To determine a man's masculinity, a man must believe in these characteristics

  • The Archaeological Discoveries Of Sutton Hoo

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    archaeological discoveries of Sutton Hoo, the Staffordshire Hoard, and the Book of Kells, along with the epic Beowulf, all analyze the connection between the present and the past time period of the Anglo-Saxons. Warrior culture and Christian culture from the Anglo-Saxon time period, are apart of human cultural heritage today. There are many images and descriptions in Beowulf of treasure and armor which are similar to the findings at Sutton Hoo and Staffordshire. The similarities between the epic and the

  • Pitbull Vs American Pit Bull Essay

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    Some breeds today can be so similar, it can be hard to tell them apart. A prime example of this can be the American Staffordshire terrier and the American Pit Bull terrier. There are many similarities and differences to the American Staffordshire and American Pit Bull terriers. The breeds, in fact, are so similar most are referred to as just “pit bull”. Both the American Staffordshire and American Pit Bull belong to the same breed known as the molosser group. The differences between the two are found

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