Compendium

Economics

Some think that illegal aliens cannot receive welfare benefits, but they can, as a result of a provision known as PRUCOL (Permanently Residing Under the Color of Law). PRUCOL means a status that has the appearance of, but not the substance of, a legal right. This is not a status created by legislation, but one […]

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Cancer That Affects The Lymph Cells

Lymphoma: Lymphoma is cancer that affects the lymphatic cells in the immune system. The cause of this ailment is uncertain, but several factors have been attributed to it. People at the risk of contracting the disease include the old, people with infections like the HIV, people with a family history of Lymphoma and people exposed […]

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Smita Dobhal

We wish to express our profound thanks to all those who helped in making this report a reality. Much need moral support and encouragement is provided on numerous occasions by our whole friends, UPCL members and seniors We would also like to take the opportunity to acknowledge the contribution of all faculty members of the […]

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How To Prevent Soil Erosion

Terrace farming is a farming method that makes use of a hill to create a multiplication farm. There are several steps known as Andes which are built into the side of a hill. The idea behind it is that any rain that falls and builds up on the Andes will overflow into another Andean below, […]

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Middlemarch and the Victorian Period Professor Sally Shuttleworth

Week 1Middlemarch and the Victorian Period Professor Sally ShuttleworthMiddlemarch was written shortly after the passage of the second Reform Bill, and set at the time of the first. From the vantage point of the early 1870s, George Eliot looks back to the 1830s, and explores many of the issues which were to dominate the Victorian […]

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Gunpowder Plot and Treason Were The Catholics Framed

Source one suggests that the government were behind the plot, this can be seen from, “Foul play” and “government secretly spun a web. ” It also suggests that they entrapped the men into acting like they planned it. This can be seen from, “Entangled these poor gentlemen. ” This paragraph makes the reader believe that […]

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Class A Amplifiers

Class A amplifiers amplify over the whole of the input cycle such that the output signal is an exact scaled-up replica of the input with no clipping. Class A amplifiers are the usual means of implementing small-signal amplifiers. They are not very efficient — a theoretical maximum of 50% is obtainable, but for small signals, […]

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Medium of Music

Medium of Music Tone is the medium of music and refers to the sound that travels through air and reaches the audience. It is produced by an instrument or by the voice and has 4 qualities: * Timbre * Pitch * Duration * Intensity Timbre (also called tone color or tone quality) is the distinctive […]

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What is Abuse

Abuse is when someone is treated in a way that negatively impacts them emotionally, physically, sexually, mentally or intellectually. The five types of abuse are; neglect, physical, emotional, sexual and domestic violence. In this handbook for identifying abuse the physical indicators and the behavioural indicators will be explained. Some people are predisposed to abuse when […]

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Campbells Ap Biology Chapter 48 Notes

Campbell’s AP Biology Notes Chapter 48: Nervous Systems Command and Control Center The human brain contains an estimated 100 billion nerve cells, or neurons Each neuron my communicate with thousands of other neurons Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a technology that can reconstruct a 3-D map of brain activity The results of brain imaging […]

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The finite element method

The finite element method (FEM) is a numerical technique for calculating approximate solutions of partial differential equations (PDE) and also integral ones. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) was first developed in 1943 by R. Courant, who utilized the Ritz method of numerical analysis and minimization of variational calculus to obtain approximate solutions to vibration systems. Shortly […]

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Vitiligo – College

Vitiligo Vitiligo is a skin condition, and sometimes is referred to as the Michael Jackson Disease. It is a skin condition in which there is a loss of pigment from areas of skin. That then results in irregular white patches of skin. Vitiligo occurs when the melanin forming cells, also called melanocytes fail to produce […]

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Termite – College

Termites are a group of eusocial insects that, until recently, were classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera (see taxonomy below), but are now accepted as the epifamily Termitoidae, of the cockroach order Blattodea. While termites are commonly known, especially in Australia, as “white ants,” they are only distantly related to the ants. Like […]

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Central Processing Unit

A CPU processor or central processing unit controls the functions of most electronic products. The CPU accepts the input data, processes the information and sends it to the component that is in charge of executing the action. CPUs are also known as microprocessors and are at the center of any computer system. Although CPUs are most often […]

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Perpetual Inventory System

“The perpetual inventory system is best suited for the sort of enterprises that usually keep a high inventory and have a high turnover. It is also well suited for the type of industries where there isn’t much processing to do, so the inventory exists at only one level (for sale) rather than at three levels […]

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Outline for Informative Speech on Galveston Hurricane of 1900

A. Attention-getter: How many of you feel safe in your homes or know that if a natural disaster struck you would be able to make it out alive? B. Audience Relevance: Due in large part to the early warning systems we have in place today, we can avoid the vast majority of natural disasters in […]

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The Adversary System

Each party is responsible for the preparation and presentation of their own case and will present the best arguments to support their case. In most cases legal representation will be used. Role of the Adjudicator Either a judge or magistrates sitting alone or a judge and a jury The judge is responsible for ensuring that […]

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The Nature of Technical Writing

What is Technical Writing? Technical writing communicates specific and factual information to a defined audience for a defined purpose. The information is technical in nature, and this is what makes technical writing different from other types of writing. Broadly, that audience includes technical readers, managerial readers, or even, at times, general readers. The purpose is […]

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