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Alternative Ending Essay Examples

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Alternative Music as a Creative Outlet for Young Aspiring Musicians
Like all musical communities, the alternative band community has the
same dream: to be successful and to be heard. There are many establish
communities in the world such as classical music or jazz music. Both
these and other forms of music have been around for a long time.
However, alternative music is relatively young and...
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Understanding Alternative Medicine, Its Practice and Benefits
As 's popularity rises, people need to be
informed about it's rise and the different types of .
Did any of you ever think about eating a peanut-butter sandwich and
drinking a glass of warm milk for insomnia. Or putting sugar or honey on
minor cuts or scrapes. These are just some of the forms of alternative
medicine. What i...
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An Analysis of the Alternative Medicine in the United States
Alternative Medicine If you were to look up the word alternative in the dictionary, you would find the following definition: different from the usual or conventional; existing or functioning outside the established cultural, social, or economic system. Which is exactly what alternative medicine/therapy is. It is treatment...
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The Alternative Country, Rap, and Alternative Rock in the 90s
90s Music Music in the nineties can be simply described as diverse. Diversemeaning that music has been segregated into hundreds of groups. Thisreport will refer in detail to three genres of music: AlternativeCountry, Rap, Alternative Rock. It will also cover certain aspectsindicative of the 90's. Alternative Country Music I...
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The Hurdles Facing the Attempt to Wipe-out Starvation and Poverty
Ending Starvation Across the globe in impoverished third world countries an estimated 50,000 children die of starvation every day (Quine 36). We have all seen the images of these children--bloated bellies, fly covered, bulging eyes--in television pleas by various charitable organizations. While these images sicken us, we i...
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An Alternative Ending for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is by any means a classic. However, there are several flaws. First of all the coincidence that everything happens with in my mind detracts some from the story. The other major problem is that the book seems to drag on and on the closer you get to the end, as if Twain had...
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A Students Essay on Using Bicycles as an Alternative to Automobiles
About 6-7 pages, lots more could be added Still a few typos October 21, 1996 Ecology & Design University of Colorado Using Bicycles As An Alternative To Automobiles Abstract: This paper basically shows the reasons to use the bicycle as an alternative mode of transportation. It will points out...
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Neutrality and Impartiality as Key Elements in Mediation
INTRODUCTION - THE OBJECTIVE OF FAIRNESS On the 31st of March 2001, Attorney-General, Daryl Williams, launched the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council's (NADRAC) discussion paper on The Development of Standards for Alternative Dispute Resolution. Among the core objectives for ADR highlighted by NADRAC...
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An Analysis of the Significance and Advantages of Alternative Energy
First of all, we know that the sun and wind energy are the most advance alternative energy. Today, mankind are beginning to look for energy that will support their life for the next century. So I could not think other than sun and wind energy as the best alternative energy resources, however it still needs a lot of developm...
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Relying on Alternative Medicines
Alternative Medicine
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Throughout recorded history, people of various cultures have relied on what
Western medical practitioners today call alternative medicine. The term
alternative medicine covers a broad range of healing philosophies,
approaches, and therapies. It generally describes those treatments and
health care...
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A Look at the Brecht's Theories of Alternative Cinema
      The term alternative cinema has certain connotations. To many, it is not alternative, instead it is the way cinema was meant to be viewed, in that the viewer should be able to define the film in their own personal terms. In the following essay, I will firstly examine what the term alternative cinema means, and se...
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A Discussion of the Diverse Music in the 90s
Music in the nineties can be simply described as diverse. Diverse meaning that music has been segregated into hundreds of groups. This report will refer in detail to three genres of music: Alternative Country, Rap, Alternative Rock. It will also cover certain aspects indicative of the 90's. Alternative Country Music In...
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The Reasons for the Rapid Diminishing of the U.S. Oil Supply
The U.S. oil supply is rapidly diminishing. Alternative energy sources must be implemented because oil is a scarce and non-renewable resource. Each year the U.S. consumes 6.2 billion barrels of oil, equivalent to 17 million barrels of oil each day (Coastal 67). The undiscovered U.S. OCS and gas resources combined with onsho...
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History of Alternative Medicine Traced Back to the Western Countries
Alternative Medicine by Joe Grodjesk Sociology Of Medicine Professor Buban May 5, 2001 Alternative Medicine Throughout recorded history, people of various cultures have relied on what Western medical practitioners today call alternative medicine. The term alternative medicine covers a broad range of healing philosop...
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A Discussion on Various Treatments of Alternative Healthcare and Reasons for Its Continued Use in the Modern Age
Alternative Medicine If you were to look up the word alternative in the dictionary, you would find the following definition: different from the usual or conventional; existing or functioning outside the established cultural, social, or economic system. Which is exactly what alternative medicine/therapy is. It is treatment...
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An Introduction to the Argumentative Essay on the Topic of Western Medicine
Argumentative essay In a world with millions of prescription and over- the- counter drugs, complementary and alternative medicine has taken a back seat to western science. While some argue that western medicine is safer and more effective, others choose to side with the time- proven ideas of eastern medicine. Western medic...
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A New Ending
Atkinson wiped the sweat pouring from his scalp, while cursing the heat. He stood up from his work table and asked me for another cigar. “It won’t be much longer now,” he said excitedly “Its half past eleven and you’ll be on your way soon.” He turned his back and picked up the chisel examining it closely. Then he turned bac...
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An Analysis of Beatrice Colin's The Glimmer Palace
Even in a time of great destruction and tragedy, it is still possible to find love and happiness. In the novel, The Glimmer Palace, Beatrice Colin uses the theme involving never-ending hope. The author does this to express to the world that even in a time filled with many complications, there are still joyous people that ca...
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The Fight to End Slavery
``I should arise and prepare myself and fight my enemies with their own
weapons,'' Turner explained to his four friends.(Egerton, 517) Turner
continued telling the four men about the particular visions he had been
having for months. Sometime are February, there was an eclipse, on that
day Turner had his first particular vis...
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Lessons from the 25th Hour Movie
The 25th Hour was a great movie, Monty Brogan (Edward Norton) is a 31 year old Irish-American drug dealer that gets to his highest point in selling drugs, but when someone rats him out he gets sentence to seven years in a New York penitentiary and now he only has twenty-five hours to say goodbye to his family and friends. A...
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Examining Euthanasia
Euthanasia comes from the Greek and means "painless, happy death."
Webster defines it as "an easy and painless death, or, an act or method
of causing death painlessly so as to end suffering: advocated by some as
a way to deal with victims of incurable disease." Yet one more group,
the Euthanasia Society, defines euthanasia...
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A Global Perspective on Abortion
Abortion has been a controversial debate reflecting the ever changing values of society. Society’s pro-abortionists and anti-abortionists each have the same right to express an imperative issue. However, many people in society do not know the injurious consequences of abortion that have been proven. The contentious discussi...
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Quitting a Job and Ending Business Relationships on Good Terms
When Employees Leave: Why Building Your Brand Isn't Over Yet We've all heard how important first impressions are, and consequently how important the onboarding process is to reinforcing an employee's choice to work for you. However, not a lot of attention is given to the employee that is leaving, and it's quite possibly on...
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An Argument Against Euthanasia in Accordance With Religious Teachings
Euthanasia is the process of ending life by artificial means. It is to change the uncertainty of the time of natural death depending upon so many seen and unseen, known and unknown factors into the certainty of the time of death by certain known and calculated means through some drugs or injections. Euthanasia is allowed in...
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Comparing and Contrasting: A Paper on Similarities of Children and Older People
Comparing and Contrasting Chief Dan George once said, The young and the old are closest to life. There are obvious differences between an old man and a child, yet very similar. We can see the difference in a behavior pattern, physical and psychological way. But in the same way, ironically, we can find the similarity....
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