The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More

The review of Reached by Ally Condie

We begin our futuristic adventure on Cassia’s seventeenth birthday, at a fancy party where she’ll get to find out her Match a.k.a. the guy she’s going to spend the rest of her life with. She’s delighted to learn that it’s her bestie, Xander but it’s not all sunshine and roses and happily ever after for these two. Cassia and the other teenagers each get a microcard where they can learn more about their future mates. Only catch? When she looks at her microcard, a face flashes across the screenand it’s not Xander. It’s mysterious loner Ky, who cannot be Matched due to his low status. She asks and the official…
Read More

The film review: Doctor Zhivago

The movie starts off with a funeral procession passes, people stop to ask who is being buried. They are told that the coffin belongs to Marya Nikolayevna Zhivago. The coffin is closed, nailed, and lowered into the ground, and as the mourners throw soil onto it, a young boy crawls on top of the mound because he is upset. It does not take the people long to figure out that the boy is the dead woman’s son, covers his face and bursts into sobs. His uncle, Nikolay Nikolayevich Vedenyapin (Kolya), comes to lead him away. It was very cold and the boy, Yura, was awoken by a knocking at his…
Read More

The epidermal growth factor receptor family

The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is a 170kD trans-membrane tyrosine-kinase receptor of the ErbB family. This receptor has an intracellular domain that has tyrosine kinase activity, a trans-membrane domain and an extracellular ligand-binding domain. When its ligands, most notably epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-alpha (TGFa), bind to the extracellular domain, the EGFR is activated. These ligands are normally produced in the surrounding tissues as local growth factors. The activated EGFR forms homodimers or heterodimers by pairing with other receptors of the ErbB family. This dimerization induces the tyrosine kinase activity of the intracellular domain. The overexpression of EGFR is observed in a variety of epithelial cancers,…
Read More

Tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ): A synthetic antioxidant used widely in food products

One kind of synthetic antioxidant, which is used widely in food products, is tert-butylhydroquinone (THBQ). It is an aromatic organic compound which is a type of phenol. It is a derivative of hydroquinone, substituted with a tert-butyl group. In the market, this antioxidant is sold as a powder has white color and slight odor. The code numbers of this additive is E319. TBHQ, which is short name of tert-butylhydroquinone, is used in fats, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Therefore, it is also found in a wide range of processed foods since they contain some fats. For example, snack crackers, noodles, and fast and frozen foods. Manufacturers add TBHQ to…
Read More

The Different Principles of a Good Inter-Faith Dialogue

Extra Credit Paper: Principles of Good Inter-Faith Dialogue Principle 1: Make Connections The first, and most obvious principle of good inter-faith dialogue is making connections, or finding things that your religion has in common with the other person’s faith. The first thing people do when they meet is discuss their interests, careers, and lifestyles to find something they have in common. On this basic foundation they are able to begin a friendly conversation based on things each party is interested in and knows well. The same principle holds when discussing religion with a member of a different faith. Find something that both religions have in common, be it a similar…
Read More

“The Day the Cowboys Quit” – a Novel by Elmer Kelton

The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel that was based on the events that took place at the old Tascosa in the Texas Panhandle in 1883. The Day the Cowboys Quit is a novel written by Elmer Kelton, in 1971. Kelton was born April 29th, 1926 in West Texas. Throughout the early years of his life, Kelton was raised on a ranch and went to college at the University of Texas to study journalism. In fifty years, Kenton was hard at work writing western novels, most of which are based in Texas. The novel The Day the Cowboys Quit received the Spur award in 1971 for the best western…
Read More

The Camping of the Homeless in the Parks of the City of Modesto: Issues and Solutions

Officials from the city of Modesto are inviting the public to speak about the ongoing issue of the homeless and city parks in a town hall meeting on Friday. The city continues to receive complaints about the homeless camping in parks as well as engage in drug use and other bad behavior. The community wants their parks back and want to work with city officials to make it possible. This is of course in no way meant to criminalize homelessness or promote a negative stigma of homelessness. The focus is on the behavior of the individuals who break the law, such as using drugs and other actions that make the…
Read More

Humility Displayed in the Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue

In keeping with tradition, Anne Bradstreet like several other Renaissance writers, introduces her work The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650), through a prologue. Not only does it serve the purpose of acquainting the reader with the subject of the quaternions (set of four interrelated poems) but also allows the poet to “address the reader directly about the craft, or about the likely reception of the work that she expects” (Dasgupta, 16). Much like her other public works, the Prologue too adopts the tone of humility that is characteristic of Bradstreet’s writing style. What strikes one as unusual her is the excessive nature of her modesty that borders…
Read More

The Azure Log Analytics

The main idea of Azure Log Analytics is a service in Azure cloud that monitors the cloud and on-premises environments to maintain their availability and performance. The Log Analytics collects data that basically generated by using resources of cloud and on-premises environments and from other monitoring tools to provide analysis across multiple sources. We can use monitoring if we have no current monitoring in place for our Azure environment then we should start with Azure Monitor. The azure monitor collects and analyzes monitoring data for Azure resources. Log Analytics can collect data from Azure Monitor to correlate it with other data also provide additional analysis. When we need to monitor…
Read More

Zoot Suits Fashion, But a Political Identity Assignment – 1

The paper "Zoot Suits – Fashion, But a Political Identity" is a great example of a culture assignment. “Long coats, pegged trousers and stiffed cuffs” remind of “zoot suit”, the fashion flourished in the African-American and Mexican-American community in the early 1900s. This fashion was equally adopted by other classes and communities of the United States. Some of the Anglo people at that time had the mindset of American-Mexican people as those who never had anything like human beings generally has. They treated those American-Mexican people as those who had no regard to mankind, moralities, and humanities. These racial thoughts of Anglo people against Mexican-American community stimulated the fashion of…
Read More