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14 Dec 18
Lawrence White

View lesson on Daily Grammar An interjection is a word or word group that shows feeling. A mild interjection is followed by a comma; a strong interjection is followed by an exclamation mark. Interjections are rather easy to understand so we will not spend much time on them. Examples: Well, we will soon be home. […]

14 Dec 18
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Writing an article review is a serious assignment that most students have to do. It involves a systematic approach that determines the strengths and weaknesses of a scholarly article as it evaluates the validity of the results. When doing article review writing, you have to assess the reliability of data, completeness of information, procedures and […]

14 Dec 18
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Analyze the variances in the following scenario: You are the nursing administrator for a medical group that expects a severe outbreak of the flu this winter. You hire additional staff to treat the patients and administer shots. Your special project budget was for 1,000 hours of part-time nurses’ services at $40 per hour, for a […]

14 Dec 18
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Sage 50 Import And Upload Existing Data Import And Upload Existing Data. Sage 50 is one of the main programming that has helped in making the business activities of independent company simple. Be it bookkeeping, income the executives, issues engaged with making the finance and so on, Sage 50 has addressed every one of them […]

14 Dec 18
Boston Herald
MOVIE REVIEW “MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS” Rated R. At Kendall Square Cinema, AMC Loews Boston Common and Coolidge Corner Theatre. Grade: B- I’m sure that Mary Queen of Scots was more than the badly married, scheming pain in the neck we see portrayed by Saoirse Ronan in “Mary Queen of Scots.” Directed by Josie Rourke, who has been the artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse theater in London’s Covent Garden since 2012, the film, co-starring Margot Robbie as Queen Elizabeth I, was scripted by Beau Willimon (“House of Cards”) based on a book by historian John Guy. It’s often like the Tudor version of “Mean Girls.” In opening scenes, Mary and her retinue, including retainers of African and Asian descent, arrive at Edinburgh Castle in 1561, where they set up residence. If you haven’t brushed up on the history of the period, you may have trouble keeping up. Mary Queen of Scots aka Mary Stuart is the Catholic cousin of Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, and the daughter of the late King James of Scotland. Mary was the queen consort of France and once claimed to be the rightful heir to Elizabeth’s throne and considered such by English Catholics. Ensconced in windy Edinburgh, Mary is reunited with her illegitimate half-brother James Stewart (James McArdle) and soon marries Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley (Jack Lowden), who is a drunkard and gay. Mary, nevertheless, gets pregnant. For her part, the beautiful Elizabeth, who will suffer from smallpox and be severely scarred, canoodles with man-candy Robert Dudley (Joe Alwyn, much better in the “other” period film of the moment, “The Favourite”). Elizabeth, however, never marries and does not provide an heir to her throne. She does, on the other hand, reign for a very long time, while her make-up gets whiter and her wigs redder, until she looks more clown than crown. Intrigues are hatched. Elizabeth, who says she is “more man than woman,” is rightfully paranoid about Mary, who wants to be named Elizabeth’s successor. Scotland’s Protestants led by John Knox (David Tennant) detest “Papist” Mary. Hating them back, Mary plots. In a scene that is fiction, the royal relatives meet and refer to each other insincerely as “sister,” and they are in many ways real and spiritual doppelgangers and mirror images, although they should certainly never be left alone together, again. Most of us know this is going to end badly and for whom. Queen Elizabeth has been played on the screen by Bette Davis, Judi Dench, Miranda Richardson, Cate Blanchett, who has played her twice, and others (Quentin Crisp, anyone?). Of course, there was the 1971 “Mary, Queen of Scots” with the comma and powerhouses Vanessa Redgrave and Glenda Jackson. Watching “Mary Queen of Scots,” I found myself more impressed with the wardrobe (Tudor fanny packs?), beards and wigs than the many schemes, romances and plots. Seldom has such a monumental game of thrones seemed so plodding. Robbie and Ronan are both prisoners of the coiffures, costumes and dialogue. Screenwriter Willimon, who has established himself as a political dramatist (his credits include George Clooney’s 2011 contemporary drama “The Ides of March”), has written a film that has the look of history, but little of the sweep, grandeur or fun. Paging Blackadder. (“Mary Queen of Scots” contains sexually suggestive scenes and violence.)
14 Dec 18
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14 Dec 18
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Trevor English Interesting Engineering has been bringing you some of the most helpful excel tips around, and now it’s time to present the most useful formulas in the spreadsheet software. Excel is a valuable tool as it can do a lot of math automatically without the need for you to do any work. You’re probably aware of […]

14 Dec 18
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APA style uses p. for a one page item and pp. for multiple pages. Chapter from an edited book with different authors for each chapter (anthology) (Berry, 2005). Note: For an edited anthology of original works, use the same format as chapters in edited books. In this example the editor is also the translator. In […]

14 Dec 18
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Voice messages are left unasked and require to be heard and answered – in short, they are annoying. Now they are also available on Instagram. Does it have to be that way?                                                                                                                              It's true: voice messages are like unannounced visitors. They come from nowhere and rob […]

14 Dec 18
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14 Dec 18
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When there is no author your in-text and parenthetical citations should begin with the first couple words of the title and include the year of publication. When citing books, videos, brochures, journals, reports, etc. italicize the title. Citation Machine helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite sources in APA, MLA, […]

14 Dec 18
Natural Deltas

The weather this week offered up a great variety of opportunities in our area.  In viewing the tiny snowflakes and ice crystals along the trails and creeks and watching the bold colors in the sunsets at 4:54 PM each day, we found much to contemplate, reflect upon, and consider.  Walking and biking in both colder […]

14 Dec 18
Grace & Obedience

Now that you read the other post “What happens when you die?”, you know that the Bible refers to death as sleep.  Since in the past I also believed that when you die one either ends up in heaven or hell immediately upon death, I figured you might have several objections that one “sleeps” just […]

14 Dec 18
Amber's Blog

Coming into this fall semester, the nerves really ate my insides knowing I was about to start a whole new chapter in my life. Looking at all of my classes for the semester, the one I was the most nervous about was my English class. It was a class solely based on writing and I […]

14 Dec 18
Mario Barrera

Today in this blog post, I will discuss how to use Python to iterate through a .txt file and manipulate the data within the file. We will send the manipulated data to a user specified output file. First we are going to start by defining some of our very important variables and allow them to […]