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    In his work ‘The Sign of Four’, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, illustrates how the want and shallowness of wealth can create destruction. The chest full of gems and jewels intrigues everyone it comes across, causing the death of three men. Both Major Sholto and Bartholomew Sholto are both murdered by burglars, affecting the life of Thaddeus Sholto forever. Tonga, an assassin, is also killed in the retrieving of the treasure. The lives of these men and the people around them have forever been affected by

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    Four Signs Of Groupthink

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    The first of these signs of groupthink named “Out”, due to the nature of the phenomenon, arises when people disagree with majority consensus receive accusations of doing so purposefully, resulting in conflict from the argumentative nature of the situation (Janis). This ties

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    The case The Sign of Four is happened after Indian Rebellion of 1857. The spark of the rebellion is because the grease used on these cartridges was rumored to include tallow derived from beef, which would be offensive to Hindus, and pork, which would be offensive to Muslims. Sepoy should be consider as undisciplinable and contrary to belief. In this story Jonathan Small killed Thaddeus Sholto as a revenge since Sholto’s father betrayed Small and his friends. The part, I found very interesting is

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    The sign of four is a novel written by Arthur Conan Doyle. It was written in 1888. The plot of the novel talks about a number of topics such as murder, hidden treasure, a pact among four persons and corrupt prison guards. As a result, we can conclude that it is a detective novel. However, the novel tries to talk about India which was one of the British colonies. In this novel, there is much focus on the Indian Mutiny that happened in 1857. The sign of four is also a novel about the Victorian abroad

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    The Sign of Four takes place in London in 1888. It started with the circumstance in which Edward Watson watches Sherlock Holmes inject cocaine three times a day for the past several months. Edward Watson is afraid to ask Holmes to stop using them. Finally, he got the courage and told him to stop taking them but Holmes simply told him that it elucidate his lethargic mind. Then Ms. Morstan comes to Sherlock Holmes and explains her unusual situation. Her father was in India. He sent a letter to his

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    Inflammation is the response of our body to harmful stimuli. Redness, swelling, increased heat and pain are the four cardinal signs of this inflammatory response. The skin barrier was primarily damaged due to the tick bite. The tick was embedded into the skin. The skin is a natural mechanical barrier, and the first line of defense for the body. When this injury occurred to the body, a secondary line of defense was initiated. Redness/Rubor The rubor can be explained by vasodilation at the site

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    Arthur Connan Doyle’s The Sign of the Four is not directly related to the IWM, but its plot is linked to imperialism and colonialism, two institutions that necessarily link any artistic manifestation. This novel, apart from its plot, involves the relationship between the British Empire

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    Safety signs are grouped into four categories: 1. Safe Condition sign - It has a green background with a white symbol on it. It provides you with information about a safe condition; for example, where the first aid equipment is located. 2. Warning sign - This has a yellow triangle with a black border on it, and it gives you warning of a risk of danger, for example slippery floors. 3. Prohibition sign - This is a white, circular sign with a red border and cross bar running from the top left to the

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    insurance company (and won) for $750,000 for not covering him. Number Four: Stop Sign Tragedy. Boys pull some pretty stupid stunts in their adolescence, but these two boys’ prank ended up deadly. The two young boys had wrapped a stop sign in layers of plastic wrap and a coating of petroleum jelly, and then bragged about their prank to their friends at school. The police soon came looking for them, as two women had driven through the stop sign and were hit by oncoming traffic. Sadly, the women did not survive

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    What happened to Sherlock Holmes in the first chapter of the book called The Sign of the four? The story took place at Sherlock’s home. It started when Sherlock injects himself with the cocaine into his bloodstream. “Cocaine has a very powerful stimulating effect on the nervous system. It raises levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter linked to pleasure, movement, and the brain's reward circuit.” (Nordqvist). John Watson’s point of view was that he saw Sherlock look depressed. He would say that Sherlock

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