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    Best answer: The first example, the word "one" or would be either singular and "ones" would be plural. If it's singular, it should be "dear one's life" and if it's plural, it should be "dear ones' lives". The second example is almost the same thing. But you should... show more
    Best answer: The first example, the word "one" or would be either singular and "ones" would be plural.
    If it's singular, it should be "dear one's life" and if it's plural, it should be "dear ones' lives".

    The second example is almost the same thing.
    But you should have said "leave **A** smile" for singular. For plural loved ones, you should say, "leave smiles on your dear ones' faces"
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  • Does my Philospical argument on human cloning make sense ? What would be a good ethical objection?

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    1. Reproductive cloning would foster an understanding of children, and of people in general, as objects that can be designed and manufactured to possess specific characteristics. 2. Reproductive cloning would foster an understanding of children, and of people in general, as objects that can be designed and manufactured to possess specific characteristics. 3.Objectifying humanity through cloning has the potential to relegate human life to little more than a manufactured commodity and thereby undermines the value and dignity intrinsic to human life. 4.A third premise humans have shown an historical tendency to commit atrocities against people whose intrinsic value is diminished (e.g. New World Slavery and the Nazi holocaust against the Jews ( in both cases, the humans were denied their fundamental humanity in order to justify actions against humanity which would have been otherwise considered brutal). 5.Conlusion
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  • Essay about World War 2 and nazi propaganda?

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    So I have gotten an assignment, kinda like an essay, due in a few days. I have to write about World War 2 and the propaganda that the nazies used to gain power and further through the war. I'm just wondering if you any of you here know any good sources for where I can find information about this? Also, I would have to do a comparison and I was wondering if there's any examples of differences from the way that the nazies used propaganda in WW1 and WW2?
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  • This is an English question and i dont remember learning about this.?

    In Of Plymouth Plantation, William Bradford often mentions God's providence, deliverance, and mercy. What do Bradford's words reveal about the Puritan belief system? -They thought God wanted the English to conquer the New World and convert all Native Americans. -When they overcome an obstacle, Puritans... show more
    In Of Plymouth Plantation, William Bradford often mentions God's providence, deliverance, and mercy. What do Bradford's words reveal about the Puritan belief system? -They thought God wanted the English to conquer the New World and convert all Native Americans. -When they overcome an obstacle, Puritans attribute their good fortune to God. -They believed God is a vengeful God who will punish and test the Puritans with hardships. -Puritans didn't believe their personal actions or willpower made much difference.
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  • Nazi War Criminals?

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  • Explain 2 consequences of the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan (8 marks)?

    Best answer: About 200,000 civilians died in two Japanese cities. Possibly 1 million members of armed forces, mostly American, did not die as a result of the Japanese surrender shortly after that second bomb. It was considered by American high command that the war would have raged on, with the loss of around 1 million lives, if... show more
    Best answer: About 200,000 civilians died in two Japanese cities. Possibly 1 million members of armed forces, mostly American, did not die as a result of the Japanese surrender shortly after that second bomb. It was considered by American high command that the war would have raged on, with the loss of around 1 million lives, if those two bombs had not forced the surrender.

    Naturally, with such devastating blows delivered by two single weapons, and the radiation effects lasting for many years causing many other premature deaths, there are many differing opinions about the rightness of that decision.

    And if you are going to ask us to do your homework for you, note that none of us cares at all about how many marks the answer is worth to you.
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    If I have the value(s) of x, as in x = -2, -1, 0, 1, and 2, then would the values just be reversed if x were changed to -x for example would -2 change to 2 and 1 would change to -1?
    If I have the value(s) of x, as in x = -2, -1, 0, 1, and 2, then would the values just be reversed if x were changed to -x for example would -2 change to 2 and 1 would change to -1?
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