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    Spinner Dolphin My animal is a spinner dolphin. A little about me is that I like to believe I’m pretty smart, I like to do fun stuff with my friends, and I’m a pretty good swimmer. My animal, the Spinner Dolphin, is one of the smartest breeds of its species, obviously a fast swimmer, and travel in pacts with their friends and mostly family. This dolphin and I are roughly the same size and weight. Here’s some more things me and the Spinner Dolphin have in common. The dolphin and I both have roughly

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    The Cove

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    A Tiny Town with Huge Secrets On July 31, 2009 The Cove, an environmental documentary was released, changing the way people would view Taiji, Japan forever. The film exposed the cruel dolphin hunt practice of Taiji fishermen and secrets that the Japanese government has kept from its citizens. Since The Cove has been released, it has gained worldwide attention. The film won the U.S. Audience Award at the 25th annual Sundance Film Festival in January 2009. In 2010 The Cove was awarded the Academy

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    As a student at ONU and spending summer for the first time on campus while taking summer classes, it has been a quite busy month for me. For this past month, I have been keeping the diaries everyday and have realised some life patterns after reading them. First of all, as I kept the diary everyday, the length of my diaries became shorter and shorter. This was because I was exciting to keep the diary and finding out what I did on that day for the first couple of weeks. I have never taken diary before

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    Case 3 Market Structures Gabe LeBlanc July 10, 2016 Trident University International Author Note This assignment was prepared for BUS530 Managerial Economics, taught by Dr. John Gaze. Introduction Prisoner’s Dilemma. Prisoner’s dilemma is a concept where two participating players have each two options to make. Each of the player’s choice depends crucially on the simultaneous option the other player makes. The dilemma was formulated from the choice two prisoners faced, with each separately

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    some of the most intelligent creatures so why are they being used for profit and abusive entertainment purposes? In the documentary “Cove”, former dolphin trainer and activist Ric O'Barry's quest to document the dolphin hunting operations in Taiji, Wakayama, Japan. In the 1960s, O'Barry helped capture and train the five wild dolphins who shared the role of "Flipper" in the hit television series of the same name. The show was very popular, and it fueled widespread public adoration of dolphins, further

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    the equal rights to the small population to the small group of mixed race people that were born of two free parents. The governor of St. Domingue ignored what they were told; the masters felt betrayed. Boukman called the people to a place called Wakayama to perform a ceremony.

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    Ogami Itto Essay

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    / Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of VengeanceLADY SNOWBLOOD / LADY SNOWBLOOD 2: LOVE SONG OF VENGEANCEKamui: The Lone NinjaKAMUI: THE LONE NINJAAkira (original manga)AKIRA (ORIGINAL MANGA)Ghosts of YotsuyaGHOSTS OF YOTSUYAZatoichiZATOICHI Tomisaburo Wakayama makes a spectacular Ogami Itto, as he plays his role with the restrained artistry of a kabuki actor (he uses to be a kabuki actor after role). His strict persona is defined by his visage, with his eyes communicating a number of sentiments and statuses

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    . It is estimated that in the past 70 years over a million dolphins and porpoises have been killed in hunts off the coast of Japan. To put this in perspective quotas and catch limits enacted by the Japanese Fisheries Agency in the calendar year 2013 allowed for the killing of 16,655 small cetaceans. This industry though under the veil of regulation in Japan is actually highly unregulated with many rules allowing for discretion on the side of the fishermen rather than direct input from scientist

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    When one thinks of cows, or bos taurus, words such as meat, and dairy pop into mind. A word that is rarely ever associated with cows is research. It is not commonly known that cows are used in research that benefits humans. Cows are used as models of human conditions by biomedical scientists, this occurred because the similarities cattle share with humans. Cows are used in the research of reproductive physiology, heart experiments, and autism, because of the use of animals in research we are closer

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    Mark Hall Sushi

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    Mark Hall’s Sushi: The Global Catch is a captivating documentary detailing Sushi’s ascent from a traditional regional cuisine to a global delicacy. The documentary covers many facets of Sushi preparation from fishing to knife manufacturing, however this essay will focus on the traditional methods used by Masters and, out of curiosity, we will explore how the proposed solutions have held up and what alternatives have emerged since the movie’s airing in 2012. Although the foreign appropriation of

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