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Jamille Bringas August 15, 2014

3MA5 RES/TW

1. Definition

Examples 1:
Wood is almost universally available as a renewable building material. It can be used in
a variety of ways and is reasonably priced. It is easy to work, and has an individual
smell according to species. Wooden surfaces have natural color and texture, and can
become darker or lighter. Wood draws little heat out of the human body when touched,
and so is experienced as pleasant, sensual and warm.

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2. Classification

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People looking to lose weight have a few options: exercise, diet, weight loss pills, and
surgery. Exercising involves going to a gym, working out at home, or joining some sort
of class or sports team. Those who are dieting can talk to a doctor about a plan for
them. Weight loss pills can be taken, if proper precautions and directions are followed.
Individuals who are severely overweight can talk to a doctor about having surgery to
lose the weight that they need.

Example 2:
The beliefs and practices known as religion can cause unity or contention, can hold
many things in common while promoting very different values, can be as simple as the
Golden Rule or complex as tradition allows. The Abrahamic religions- Islam, Christianity,
and Judaism- all share a common father, Abraham. Nevertheless, the teachings of each
religion vary to such a degree that many wars and conflicts have been fought between
them. Nevertheless, most religions, from the Abrahamic beliefs to eastern religions such
as Hinduism and Buddhism, promote loving others, living moral lives, and working
toward the benefit of humanity.





3. Description of process

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4. Description of device/mechanism
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5. Analysis

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6. Comparison and contrast
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Differences between the potential of girls and boys could be observed since their childhood.
Female infants speak sooner, have larger vocabularies, and rarely demonstrate speech defects.
(Stuttering, for instance, occurs almost exclusively among boys.) Girls exceed boys in language
abilities, and this early linguistic bias often prevails throughout life. Girls read sooner, learn
foreign languages more easily, and, as a result, are more likely to enter occupations involving
language mastery. Boys, in contrast, show an early visual superiority. They are also clumsier,
performing poorly at something like arranging a row of beads, but excel at other activities
calling on total body coordination. Their attentional mechanisms are also different. A boy will
react to an inanimate object as quickly as he will to a person. A male baby will often ignore the
mother and babble to a blinking light, fixate on a geometric figure, and at a later point,
manipulate it and attempt to take it apart. (From: Scarry & Scarry, 2011: 433)

Example 2:
Another area where the home-cooked meal shines is nutrition. Fast-food
options are often full of empty calories and fat. A fast-food burger, if it is a Big
Mac, contains 560 calories, of which 270 come from fat; the fat makes up
46 percent of the burger (calorie-count.com). Add fries, and it adds another
610 calories, with 261 of those coming from fat. A quarter-pound burger
pan-broiled at home amounts to about 200 calories, and with sides of ovenroasted
potatoes and steamed vegetables, will add up to the calorie-count of
just the Big Mac alone, and a much lower proportion of fats. A KFC deep-fried,
battered chicken breast contains about 500 calories, and more than half of
those are fats. A Swiss Chalet chicken breast is a little better at 300 calories,
but a chicken breast, with skin, floured, seasoned, and fried at home will add
up to only 150 calories, with one-third of those coming from fats. Takeout
burger or chicken meals are rarely balanced, either; generally takeout means no
vegetables other than potatoes.













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REFERENCES:

Hegger, M. (2007) . Basic materials. Basel, Switzerland ; Boston : Birkhauser-Publishers
for the Architecture

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