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Terminology Essay Examples

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Chemistry Terminology
``Non-polar covalent bond?'' that sounded Greek to me when I first
heard it from my elder sister. Suddenly, I have started loving Greek
when I started taking chemistry course in my school this year. Although
sometimes easiest classes seemed tedious to me, science was never one of
them. Sometimes I ask myself that where I go...
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Leadership, Honesty, and Teamwork on a Sports Team
Bump, set, spike is three words volleyball players know very well. Free throw, rebound, and dead ball are three concepts basketball players understand. Corner kick, goal, and offside’s are three terms that soccer players grasp very fast. Every sport has different ideals for everything, but there are some ethics that are the...
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An Analysis of the Overdose of Terminology
The [paralegal] field [has] an overdose of terminology: lay practitioner, sublegals and paralegals, legal paraprofessionals, legal executive, legal service assistant, lay advocate, legal nurse, legal technician, legal counselor, lay councilor, lay representative, lay assistant, and so forth(Fins 2). Regardless of what one l...
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4 pages
The Use of Descript Terminology in Ode to Nightingale by John Keats
In Ode to a Nightingale, John Keats, the author and narrator, used descript terminology to express the deep-rooted pain he was suffering during his battle with tuberculosis. This poem has eight paragraphs or verses of ten lines each and doesnt follow any specific rhyme scheme. In the first paragraph, Keats gave away the mo...
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Understanding Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Polychlorinated biphenyls are a family of man-made chemicals that contain two
hundred and nine individual compounds with varying toxicity. Many different
combinations are possible. In chemical terminology, "phenyl" denotes a ring
structure of six carbon atoms attached to something else; &...
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The Biggest Challenge to Critical Thinking
Critical thinking is a terminology that has existed for many years. The definitions of the term “critical thinking” depends on a number of issues, such as, the context in which the term is applied. From my personal understanding, the term “critical thinking” can be defined as an intellectual process of conceptualizing evalu...
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An Analysis of the Parental Responsibility as a Legal Terminology
Parental responsibility is a legal terminology. It refers to the act of being responsible for the well-being of children and taking part in making critical decisions in the life of a child. Such decisions include education, medical treatment, and the general social life of the child. Most children are growing without the ba...
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A Summary of Basic Anthropological Terminology
Acculturation- culture change brought about by contact between people with different cultures. Usually refers to the loss of traditional culture when the members of small-scale cultures adopt elements of global-scale cultures. Cultural relativity- the view that culture should be evaluated relative to its own values inst...
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An Overview of the Hylomorphism by Aristotle
Hylomorphism in General In De Anima, Aristotle makes extensive use of technical terminology introduced and explained elsewhere in his writings. He claims, for example, using vocabulary derived from his physical and metaphysical theories, that the soul is a "first actuality of a natural organic body" (De Anima i...
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An Analysis of the Racist Terminology in the American Culture
“My niggas. Some niggas that you don’t wanna try. My niggas. Some niggas that’s really do or die. My niggas. Ain’t no longer living a lie. My niggas is stong. My niggas is real.” Does this artist use the word nigger in the same way that racists have and still are? The answer to this question is a simple one- no. Toda...
1,349 words
3 pages