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  • Infertility Causes

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    eyes of the TIHs, there are some causes of infertility that are peculiar to female or male and there are others that can affect both. Those causes that are peculiar to female include fibroid (Ehe Afo), black menstruation, irregular menstruation, abortion, spiritual husband (di-uwa), hot womb and sperm mixtures. On the other hand, causes of male infertility according to the traditional view are spiritual wife (nwunye –uwa), epilepsy, hot waist, consistent driving of long distant trucks, consistent

  • The Importance Of Argumentative Writing

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    As stated by Crowhurst (1991, p.314) arguing a case is particularly challenging, even though “it is influential both for academic success and for general life purposes”. Knudson (1994, p.211) also stated that, “argumentation is one of the genres which is key for full participation in society”. This genre of writing is the most crucial in academic writing especially at the tertiary level. Students are supposed to argue for their stand point in order to convince the readers. However

  • Scarcity Problem

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    INTRODUCTION In recent years, the population has been increasing exponentially which brings about the question of overpopulation and resource scarcity, especially in lesser developed countries. One of the major causes of this problem is poverty. This, in turn, leads to issues regarding resource scarcity like overcrowding, food scarcity, and water scarcity. CAUSE Poverty has led to overpopulation for several reasons. In 2012, world population

  • Balzac And The Little Chinese Seamstress

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    In the novel ‘Balzac and The Little Chinese Seamstress’, the author Dai Sijie shows off the transforming power of literature in many of his characters. The power of Balzac's words greatly enriches the lives of the three main characters. The discovery of Western Literature enables them to be uplifted from the dullness of their everyday life. The Little Seamstress was quite possibly the character who was most affected by the literature. Luo had wanted to change her with the literature, to make her

  • The Pros And Cons Of A Dystopian Society

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    If you know the names Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Tris Prior, and Four then you are probably one of the many adult and teen fans of the Hunger Games and Divergent movies and books. What is one big common factor between the two series? The both have a mutual theme of the dystopian world. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the definition of dystopia is “An imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one (Dystopia. N.d

  • Essay On Advantages And Disadvantages Of Globalization

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    The next part is about how globalization is related to information technology and what kind of impacts does it give to the society, country and even the world. People are now living in a borderless world. Everything can be gained through technology, for example, people can buy things that they want just by clicking online. This is one of the results of globalization. Globalization that leads to advanced technology has its own advantages and disadvantages. First of all, the world nowadays is globally

  • Jatropha Curcas Case Study

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    1. INTRODUCTION Herbs and herbal preparations are in use for the treatment of various diseases throughout human history. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) statistics, 70–80% of the world’s population appeals to plant-derived traditional treatment methods for the solution of health problems (I. Ahmad et al., 2006).However, it is well known that consumption of plants and plant products, of which the content and the toxicity profile and safe dose were not determined, by humans and animals

  • Comparing The Crucible, Half-Hanged Mary, By Margaret Atwood

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    “Death sits on my shoulder like a crow... like a judge… like a dark angel…”. This quote from “Half-Hanged Mary” is a symbol of what people felt about themselves and their verdict they had at this point and time in their life. In “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller, “Half-Hanged Mary” by Margaret Atwood, and in the cartoon “It’s okay… we’re hunting Communist” by Herb Block all show that a society under stress will always have a scapegoat. The people in these pieces of literature are a perfect representation

  • Dreams Deferred In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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    Dreams Deferred A Raisin in the Sun is a play written by Lorraine Hansberry. The three act composition is a glimpse into the life of the Youngers, a less than well off family living in Southside, Chicago in the 1950s. After losing her husband, the matriarch of the family, Lena Younger, or Mama, as they call her, receives a $10,000 check from her late husband’s insurance policy. The play opens as the family is preparing to receive the incoming stipend and the reader discovers that each adult member

  • Sex Trafficking In Daulatdia

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    in extreme cases death. Victims are also exposed to sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS, gonorrhea and syphilis, which when left untreated can be fatal. Unwanted pregnancy is a result of unprotected sex. Most victims die because of forced abortion or because of unsanitary childbirth. In addition, victims are often exposed to violence such as physical, sexual, verbal and psychological abuse. Victims are physically abused when they try to escape or unwilling to perform a sex act. Because of