What is the brief summary of Number the Stars?
Number the Stars is about a girl named Annamarie that has a best friend, Ellen Rosen, that is Jewish. Where they live, in Copenhagen, the Nazis from Germany are trying to relocate the all the Jews. But Annamarie and her family have to risk their lives to save Ellen and her family to keep them from being captured and relocated be the Nazis. They do end up saving them and many other Jews by helping them escape to Sweden by boat.
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The Holocaust was a tragic event in history. Approximately 6million lives were lost. During the first half of the 20 th century, the Naziparty, led by Adolf Hitler, encouraged prejudice against Jews andother "undesirables" such as gypsies, homosexuals, the mentallyill, or physically disabled; thos…e not of the "Aryan" race. Jewish children soon could not go to schools with the other Germanchildren. Jewish businesses were forced to close, Jewish templeswere burned and vandalized. The Nazis also set up ghettos, where Jews (and some Gypsies) weresegregated from other people and were forced to live in the mosthorrible conditions. The Nazis developed "The Final Solution", a plan to get rid of allthe Jews. They decided the most efficient way of doing this was toset up camps to exterminate their existence so they would not passon their genes and disrupt the Nazis' quest for the perfect race.Though the Nazis did not achieve their goal, they managed to kill5-6 million Jews (and a further 5 million other victims) in cruel,sadistic, inhumane acts and murders. For a more detailed summary, please visit:http://www.deesultimatereviews.com/holocaust.htm (MORE)
Being a Jew has two meanings . One can be born to a Jewish mother, and that makes you a Jew. . Anyone who sincerely decides to practice the Torah law even ifthey were not born Jewish, can convert. Answer 2Religious Jews live by the Torah, by obeying its commandsand beliefs. Some examples of th…e commands: Belief in God Putting on Tefillin (phylacteries) in the morning The sukkah-booth during Sukkot Avoiding leavened products in Passover Keeping kosher Not eating on Yom Kippur Not working on the Shabbat Paying workers on time Marital rights for one's wife The Ten Commandments Helping someone who is in danger Counting the days of the Omer Returning lost objects when feasible Wearing the tzitzith-garment Affixing a mezuzah to the door Learning Torah Marrying and having children Educating one's children in Judaism Giving tzedakah (charity) Honoring one's parents And many more. The laws have various reasons. Some (such as the Passover) serve toreenact or remember events of our history. Some (such as saying the Shema-prayer) serve to reiterate ourbelief in God. Some of the laws (such as those of ritual purity and kosher food)serve to sanctify us. Some (such as the laws of torts) serve to maintain an orderly andjust society. Some (such as the law against breaking a vow) serve to prevent badcharacter traits. Some (such as the command to offer help) serve to engender goodcharacter traits. And all of the commands serve to subjugate us to God's will(especially those commands for which no explanation is easilyapparent). Note that the Torah "as is" isn't exactly what Judaism observes.Rather, It's the Torah together with the details provided in theTalmud, which is the Oral Law that was handed down together withthe laws of Moses. Otherwise, the verses of the Torah often lackenough detail to be fulfilled as is. (MORE)
Number the Stars is a historical novel set in Denmark during World War II about a girl helps her Jewish friend escape to Sweden.
This chapter is a brief summary of the history of Computers. It is supplemented by the two PBS documentaries video tapes "Inventing the Future" And "The Paperback Computer". The chapter highlights some of the advances to look for in the documentaries. In particular, when viewing the movies you shoul…d look for two things: The progression in hardware representation of a bit of data: 1.Vacuum Tubes (1950s) - one bit on the size of a thumb; 2.Transistors (1950s and 1960s) - one bit on the size of a fingernail; 3.Integrated Circuits (1960s and 70s) - thousands of bits on the size of a hand 4.Silicon computer chips (1970s and on) - millions of bits on the size of a finger nail. The progression of the ease of use of computers: 1.Almost impossible to use except by very patient geniuses (1950s); 2.Programmable by highly trained people only (1960s and 1970s); 3.Useable by just about anyone (1980s and on). to see how computers got smaller, cheaper, and easier to use. Simple Computers By definition, a computer is any device capable of performing mathematical equations or calculations. Therefore, many simple devices such as an abacus (which dates back to at least 300 BCE) or a slide rule (first made in England in the 1630s) are the forerunners of today's modern computers. The Calculating Clock The first machine that worked like a computer was a gear-powered German device dubbed the Calculating Clock. It was first created by Wilhelm Schickard in 1623, and it operated by pulling or pushing rods set inside a glass case. A similar device known as a Pascaline became popular in the 1640s. These two devices were the forerunners of a steam-powered "difference engine" that was a pet project of Charles Babbage in the 1820s. Harvard Mark-1 In 1944, the Harvard Mark-1 computer is completed. This computer is closer to a modern computer, but is really just a large calculator driven by a camshaft with no stored programs. This massive computer filled a large room and was a joint effort between Harvard University and IBM. ENIAC Another important computer dating from the 1940s is the ENIAC, which was built between 1943 and 1945. ENIA (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator) was a project of the University of Pennsylvania, and spanned many rooms and used nearly 20,000 vacuum tubes. The Dawn of the Microprocessor A microprocessor is a chip that basically contains an entire computer (or at least a 1940's era computer) using a integrated circuit. The first microprocessor was made by Intel in 1971. With the advent of this technology, the home computer become a possibility. The First PC The first personal computer for home use was the Altair 8800, which contained an Intel 8080 microprocessor. However, this computer had to be assembled by the person who bought it. (MORE)
A brief summary is to describe something or tell about something in a few short paragraphs or sentences.
Bilbo Baggins is a well-to-do hobbit* who is respected by many and never dreamed of doing anything adventurous of unexpected. However, his perfect life is suddenly disrupted as Gandalf the wizard thrusts him into the wilderness with thirteen dwarves to find a vast treasure and slay the dragon guardi…ng it. With a surprising amount of luck, Bilbo survives trolls, giant wolves, mysterious elves, and a strange ring, before finally arriving with his companions at the evil mountain wherein lies the treasure, and the dragon! The company awakens the dragon, who flies about the land, and soon elves, men and dwarves are all after the treasure! Will Bilbo's company be able to save the treasure from greedy hands, or be killed in the resulting Battle of Five Armies? Read it and find out! * Hobbit: Hobbits are a small fictional people, shorter that dwarves, who live in a land they call the Shire. They all share a love of peace and quiet, things that grow, and food, and they don't like anything unexpected and dangerous. (MORE)
ANSWER ONE: . The sun warms the earth and the atmosphere holds in the heat tokeep the earth warm. This is called the greenhouse effect. . During the past 250 years we have been burning more and morefossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This is releasing extracarbon dioxide into the atmosph…ere. . We have also been cutting down many of the rainforests andother forests that absorb carbon dioxide. . This means that extra carbon dioxide (and other greenhousegases, like methane) are continually being added to theatmosphere. . These extra greenhouse gases are holding back more and more ofthe sun's heat in the atmosphere and causing global warming - thewarming all over the earth. And this is causing climate change. ANSWER TWO: The air contains different kinds of gases, and there are now moreof some kinds of gas than there used to be a hundred years ago,because of all the burning that people have been doing. The air nowkeeps in warmth better than it used to, like a big blanket made ofgas. This is making the world warmer. That is called globalwarming. ANSWER THREE: . Man burns fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) and releasesextra carbon dioxide (CO2) that has been buried underground for 300million years. . This CO2 starts building up in the atmosphere. . Man also destroys the great forests of the world that used toremove this carbon dioxide. . The CO2 (and other greenhouse gases) capture heat rising fromthe surface of the earth. The extra gas holds more heat. . This extra heat is global warming. ANSWER FOUR: Greenhouse gasses are the main source of GlobalWarming. The most important greenhouse gasses are water vapor,carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. The global warming science has primarily been focused on carbondioxide because of all the greenhouse gasses mentioned above, thatis the largest anthropogenic (man-made) greenhouse gas andthus, one which in theory we can do something about. Scientists know that there is a direct correlation between theamount of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere and the globaltemperature. While earth also emits natural carbon dioxide (the largest part infact; 97% of all emissions), the earth also removes it from theatmosphere in a process called the Carbon Cycle. In this process,the earth in fact removes more carbon dioxide from the atmospherethen it emits. This way, the earth has always been able to maintainsome sort of natural balance of carbon dioxide and temperature overlong periods of time. The problem starts when we humans burn primarily fossil fuels (likecoal, natural gas and oil) as a result of which we add additionalcarbon dioxide to the atmosphere. But we humans only add carbondioxide, we do not remove any like nature does via the CarbonCycle. Since we do not remove any of our man-made carbon dioxideemissions, the amount of total carbon dioxide in the atmosphere(both natural as man-made) increases, even when our contribution ofemissions is relatively tiny (3%) when compared with naturalemissions (97%). The current amount of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere isat its highest level in 15 to 20 million years, at about 390 partsper million (ppm). In earth's history, an increase of 100ppmusually took between 5,000 and 20,000 years. The recent increase of100ppm has taken place over just 120 years, coinciding with the Industrial Revolution when humans started to burn fossilfuels (and thus adding more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere) on aever increasing pace. As a result of recent carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere,global temperature has increased. (MORE)
a brief summary is a summary explaining what you ahve already learned. not a full one, they just want you to see what you have learn in the lesson. -teddybearr.
Tokugawa was not a religion. The Tokugawa was a family dynasty of shoguns commencing with Ieyasu Tokugawa being invested as Shogun on the 2nd of December, 1603.
Nanking Store is a short story that tells the story of a young boywho tells a tale of a couple named Linda and Peter. The young boyTua, was chosen to be the matrimonial of his uncle Peter and auntLinda.
A young lawyer, Clay Carter, has been working at the Office of the Public Defender for five years and wants to get out. He is working on a murder case and gets an inside tip about a pharmaceutical scam that could make him very rich. He drops his current cases and quits his job at the OPD and opens h…is own firm. He settles with the pharmaceutical company and makes 15 million dollars. After that case, he gets a tip from the same source about another pharm. scam and goes to town on that company earning millions more. He quickly spends almost all of his money on lavish things such as houses and jets and rises to fame within the world of tort lawyers. He continues to take high dollar cases and eventually makes a few mistakes with one that cost him dearly. His firm goes bankrupt and he loses all the money that he has earned. There is also a personal side to the story about Clay's life and relationships. (MORE)
princess diaries (series) is about a girl named mia who lives in nyc and has a pretty normal life. her dad tells her that she is a princess and everything changes. throughout the series, she has to deal with a lot of princess stuff, her grandmother, and a huge majority, her "love of her life" Michae…l moscovitz aka her best friend lily moscovitz's brother. in the beginning, she hates being a princess, but at the end of the series, she admits its not so bad at all and was a valuable lesson. REALLY GOOD SERIES, i highly recommend it (my summary is crappy compared to the book) (MORE)
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry tells the story of a Danish girl who helps get her Jewish friend to Sweden during the Occupation of Denmark during WWII.
the intolerable acts are all the acts such as the tea act, quartering act, and the sugar act.
Cellular respiration is the process of oxidizing food molecules, like glucose, to carbon dioxide and water. The energy released is trapped in the form of ATP for use by all the energy-consuming activities of the cell.
Macbeth is book bout tragic events taking -witches give him 3 prophesies saying he is gonn be king... -he cant wit for long, his ambitious nture got the est of himm d he murders king Duncn -he is always paranoid during his rule -he sees baquos ghost -he murders all opposition -kills macduffs family …for no reason -visits the witches for reasurance -gets a false sense of security after his trip to the witches -gets murdered/ beheaded by macduff -malcome comes into power Yea Yea YOUR WELCOME!!! (MORE)
A cold and hard-hearted man who gaves lowly-paid employees no time for rest. he doesn't belive in Christmas.Suddenly he was visited on Christmas Eve by three ghosts,the spirit of Christmas of past,present,yet-to-come , who show him the errors of his ways. He reforms and is thereafter a happy man and… a blessing to society. Scrooge is a rich but miserly jerk who makes his employees work overtime without extra pay. He is visited by ghosts and realizes he should be nicer (MORE)
When Helen Keller was a young child, she contracted a high fever that left her sightless and unable to hear. Being the parents of a non-seeing and non-hearing child was a hardship on two loving parents who did all they could but seemed to do it in the wrong way. Out of desperation, they hired a youn…g educator, Anne Sullivan, to teach and train the young Helen. Much to the parent's dismay, Sullivan was a strict and firm disciplinarian with the young, spoiled Keller girl. Sullivan and Helen Keller moved into a house not far down the lane from the main Keller house. There they began to develop a trust and relationship of love and respect for each other. This soon turned into an atmosphere that was ripe for learning without the interference of the Keller parents. Once Helen Keller began to put meaning with the finger spelling that she was doing, she began to learn many words at a rapid rate. Her world began to open and she was able to complete her education and continue advanced training at the university. (MORE)
give a brief synopsis (no more than one paragraph explaning the cultural and historical aspects of the languages.
When seventeen-year-old Bella leaves Phoenix to live with her father in Forks Washington, she meets an exquisitely handsome boy at school whom she feels an overwhelming attraction and who she comes to realize is not wholly human.
A brief summary of the story My Father's Tragedy by Carlos Bulosanis based around cockfighting. A father and his children grow upcockfighting more than being a family.
Dday is when the Allies invade Normandy, France commanded by Eisenhower. It is also known as "Operation Overload". They land at the five beached code named Utah, Sword, Omaha, Juno, and Gold. This event marks the end of the beginning for Germany.
Basically Hermia wants to marry Lysander but her father wants her to marry Demetrius. While there are some idiots that are trying to act out a play and they decide to practice in the woods.. there are also ferries that make the 4 lovers fall in love with each other
The genocide was planned by members of the core political eliteknown as the akazu, many of whom occupied positions at top levelsof the national government. Perpetrators came from the ranks of theRwandan army, the National Police (gendarmerie), government-backedmilitias including the Interahamwe and …Impuzamugambi, and the Hutucivilian population. The genocide took place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, anongoing conflict beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led governmentand the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composedof Tutsi refugees whose families had fled to Uganda followingearlier waves of Hutu violence against the Tutsi. Most of the deadwere Tutsis and most of those who perpetrated the violence wereHutus. The genocide was sparked by the death of the RwandanPresident Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, when his plane was shot downabove Kigali airport on 6 April 1994. (MORE)
the Jonas brothers, nick joe and Kevin, started when nick got a solo record. after he released the record, the producers saw how talented they all were. there 1st album, It's about Time, was released in 2006. Soon after that, there record label, Columbia records, released them. they then signed with… Hollywood Records, which is who they are still with. They released Jonas Brothers in 2007, A little bit longer in 2008, and Lines, Vines, and Trying Times in 2009. There #1 singles are Mandy, S.O.S, When You Look Me in the Eyes, Burnin Up, Tonight, A little bit longer, Paranoid, and Fly With Me. All of these songs except for a little bit longer have official music videos which you can view at youtube.com/hollywoddrecoreds or youtube.com/jonasbrothersmusic. (MORE)
"The Necklace" is a story about a woman who believes she shouldhave been born or married into a richer family. She wants money andexpensive things that she cannot afford. One day when her husbandinvites her to an event she cries that she has nothing to wear andhe reluctantly agrees to give her 400 f…rancs for a new dress. Thenight of the party she acts weird and her husband discovers thatit's because she has no good jewels to wear. He tells her sheshould see if her wealthy friend will lend her some. He friendlends her a diamond necklace and during the party she gets lots ofattention. When she gets back home she realizes that the necklaceis gone. She and her husband panic and after searching for a longtime realize it cannot be found. She writes a letter, on the adviceof her husband, to her friend saying that the clasp has broken andthe necklace is being repaired. Her and her husband search for daysto find a necklace like the one she borrowed and find one for36,000 francs at which they spend 4 days scraping up enough moneyto pay for. When the woman returns the necklace her friend isannoyed at how long it took and doesn't open the case to look atit. The woman and her husband must fire their servant and live in10 years of crippling poverty where he works 3 jobs and she doesthe heavy housework in order to pay off the debts the necklacecaused. The woman then runs into her friend who doesn't recognizeher until after she tells her the story about the necklace and howthey spent 10 years paying off the debt and it changed them. Herfriend clasps her hands and tells her that the necklace she lostwas merely costume jewelry that had no value at all. (MORE)
Paris, prince of Troy takes Helen, queen of Sparta to Troy. Menelaus, king of Sparta gets mad and gets his brother Agamemnon to help him fight Troy. Greece fights Troy for ten years. In that time many are killed, including Hector, Achilles, and many others. Then the Greeks get fed up and pretend to …quit and leave the infamous wooden horse outside the gates of Troy. The Trojans take it inside the city and the city is destroyed overnight. (MORE)
The Louisiana Purchase took place in 1803. In this transaction, theUnited States purchased 828,000 square miles of land that had beenclaimed by France for a total of $15 million.
winne is an 11 year old girl who is weathly, and lives with her grandmother and mother. she owns a wood where she never goes to. one day she does, and she finds a boy leaning against a tree, and takes a sip of a hidden spring covers with a rock. she asks him if she can have some, but he says no. the…n, his family comes, and takes her away. they keep her over night so they can exsplain to her that the magic water makes them live forever. Jesse, the boy leaning against the tree wants to marry her when she turns 17. then she can drink the magic water and they can live forever together. finally they let her go, but the man in the yellow suit (a strange guy who heard there whole story byh ease dropping) tries to take winne away so he can get the fosters wood and sell all the magical spring water to the public! Mae, the mother shoots him cause he was taking winne away, and winne had become there friends. Mae goes to jail, and they get her out. her parents were very worried. then Jesse gives winne a bottle of the magic water and tells her to drink it whern she turns 17 so they can live together. he leaves. theres a toad that she tells everything to and he seems to live around her house. she pours all of the magic water on the toad so he can live forever. then 80 years later, she didnt drink any of the water, and dies. Angus, the dad of the family is proud of her, because he wanted her to live a happy normal life. there was also jesses brother miles, who helped Mae escape from jail. that is not really a brief summary of tuck everlasting but its good! hope you enjoyed it! plus the book is way better than this little summary:) (MORE)
First off, I'm not sure this is what you're looking for seeing as you listed under literature, but I'm going to summarize the battle: It's the second Punic War between the city states of Carthage (north africa) and Rome (central italy). A brilliant new Carthagenian General named Hannibal Barca (comm…only Hannibal) has boldly trekked his army through Spain, then the Pyrenees, then south France, then crossing the Alps, with African elephants no less, in an incredibly bold plan to attack Rome by surprise. After various battles, the Romans are completely unable to score a major victory against Hannibal, who marches freely up and down the east coast of Italy with his army. At a point, the Romans have some success attempting to starve Hannibal's invasion force, but this was taking to long, and the people demanded swift action, so the Romans gambled everything on sending an enormous army to face off with Hannibal once and for all. The two armies met near Cannae. The Roman army was led by two generals, who switched off command each day. That day, an aggressive general named Varro was in command. Before the battle he deepened the Roman fighting formation, sacrificing maneuvrability for smashing power, which would prove a fatal mistake. Hannibal lined up in a concave formation, bowed in the center, his infantry a combination of gauls, carthagenians, and others, with his Numibian Cavalry on each wing. His chosen formation seemed to invite an all out frontal attacked, and Varro obliged. To start the battle, Hannibal's superior Numibian cavalry crushed the Roman horsemen (this would repeatedly, in the future, be a problem for Rome) and began to chase off stragglers while awaiting Hannibal's orders. While this happened, the Roman Centuries attacked, and Hannibal's men began to lose ground. Then, just as victory seemed sure for the Romans, Hannibal ordered his best infantry, the Libyan Pikes, into action, crashing down on either side of the Roman's flanks. In another moment, Hannibal's Numibian cavalry returning from running down the routing enemy and charged in the Roman's rear. The Romans were now completely surrounded, and packed in so tight they could not use their weapons. Had there been any oreder, they could have easily organized at a point and by sheer numbers broke free, but that order never came amidst the confusion. Aftermath: This was a crushing defeat for Rome, who lost up to 86,000 of a force of 90,000 men and horses, while Hannibal lost a (relatively) mere 8,000 out of his army of 50,000 (His elephants had all died in earlier battles and while crossing the Alps). This is especially noteworthy because almost an entire army was completely annhilated in mere hours. The next time this men men would die in such a short period of time came again four times:The first battle of the Somme, D-Day, and at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. After the battle, Hannibal continued his march up and down the Italian coast, to strong to be defeated, to weak to attack Rome. This continued until Scipio Africanus launched a Roman attack on Carthage to draw Hannibal out of Italy to defend his city. This worked, and Hannibal was finally defeated, ironically on his home soil at the battle of Zama. As the other two, the second Punic War was a decisive win for Rome, and helped established their dominance of Mediterranean sea trade for the next half millenium. (MORE)
an actor called Donald meets girl. he's full of him self and girl doesn't like him but he comes down to earth they fall in love. sounds dreary but a fantastic lively film. i recommend it
To truly understand about the horror of the concentration camps, it is necessary to know about the Holocaust and the events leading up to it. Since the Holocaust is a long and detailed event, that I could not cover in one page, I will provide a basic background. The Holocaust was a tragic event in h…istory. Over 11 million lives were lost because of cruel racial prejudice. During world war two, the Nazi party, led by Adolf Hitler, encouraged prejudice against Jews and other "undesirables", or those not of the "Aryan" race. The Nazis developed "The Final Solution", a plan to get rid of all the Jews. They decided the most efficient way of doing this was to set up camps to exterminate them so they would not pass on their genes and disrupt the Nazis' quest for the perfect race. The Nazis also set up ghettos, where Jews would live in the most horrible conditions. Jewish children soon could not go to schools with the other German children. Jewish businesses were forced to close, Jewish temples were burned and vandalized. Though the Nazis did not achieve their goal, they managed to kill millions of Jews and others in a display of cruel, sadistic, inhumane acts. (MORE)
a 14 year old girl is killed. Her farther becomes obsessed with finding her murder, who he believes is a certain member of the nieghborhood. As she watches frm heaven she trys to help her family. Its a real snot slanger. I'm reading the book.
Well technically a neutron is in the family of atoms and stuff. I am not completely sure in what a neutron is but i do know that it is in the family of an atom. If you want to email me about anything else my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org THANK YOU
Internet marketing is a method for increasing the visibility of your site or business over internet. There are many ways to do marketing over net like banners, email marketing, video marketing, viral, affiliate marketing etc. All marketing channels are useful to let people aware with your busines…s. (MORE)
As a young orphan, Jane is sent to live with her uncle, who dies soon after her arrival. Jane is left in the care of her cruel aunt, who sends her to Lowood School to become a governess. Though conditions at the school are very poor, Jane makes friends there and finishes her education, obtaining a p…osition as governess to the young Adele at a house called Thornfield. The master of the house, Edward Rochester, is seldom home, so Jane spends most of her time with Adele and the housekeeper, Mrs. Fairfax. Strange events occur at Thornfield. Jane awakens one night to smell of smoke and discovers Rochester asleep with his bed on fire. Also, she frequently hears creepy, startling noises. After saving Rochester, Jane realizes that she loves him but is too proud to confess her feelings. Rochester has a group of guests over to Thornfield, and they treat Jane as a servant, especially Blanche Ingram, whom Rochester is expected to marry. Mrs. Reed, Jane's former caretaker, sends for Jane as she is on her deathbed. She admits to Jane that once a John Eyre, some relative of Jane's, offered to adopt the girl, but Mrs. Reed maliciously lied that Jane had died in the typhoid epidemic that affected Lowood. After her visit, Jane returns to Thornfield and Rochester asks for her hand. She gladly consents, but a few nights before their wedding Jane wakes up to find a woman in her room wearing Jane's veil. Terrified, she faints, but Rochester convinces her she was imagining things. At their wedding the secret is revealed that Rochester is already married. He takes the wedding party to the attic to reveal his wife, Bertha, who went mad shortly after their marriage 15 years before. Shocked, Jane leaves and is a poor beggar until she meets Reverend Rivers and goes to live with him and his two sisters. There, Jane realizes that John Eyre has died and left his fortune to her. The Rivers, she discovers, are her cousins. The Reverend, though he does not love her, wishes to marry Jane because he believes she will make a good wife and missionary. Jane does not love him either, but feels obligated to accept his hand. One night, Jane hears Rochester calling to her. She returns to Thornfield and finds the house burned down at the hands of Bertha. Rochester tried but failed to save her, and he lost his sight in the process. Jane and Rochester marry. Sorry it's still so long, but with a book like Jane Eyre, this is probably one of the shortest summaries you'll get. (MORE)
A system of mechanics that was developed from quantum theory and is used to explain the properties of atoms and molecules. Using the energy quantum as a starting point it incorporates Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and the de Broglie wavelength to establish the wave-particle duality on which Sch…rÃ¶dinger's equation is based. This form of quantum mechanics is called wave mechanics. An alternative but equivalent formalism, matrix mechanics, is based on mathematical operators. (MORE)
The Bible is the Divine Word of God that He inspired through His Holy Spirit to be recorded by men. It's Divinely revealed "Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding," not otherwise perceived by the five physical senses of "natural carnal minded man," regarding Himself and His Truth. It's being reveale…d to those whom He "sanctifies" [sets apart for holy use], who He is calling out from among the generations of men to become the first generation [the "firstfruits"... the early harvest] of His Divine Family, which He is creating through mankind, whom He created in His image. (MORE)
The Irish and British were fighting over the land. Because the British were jealous of the land. There is the summary. :)
Inside the casket turns out to be clothing jackets & coats . He gives a type of liquid for the baby to go to sleep so we won't cry or make any noise . After that he Peter gives an envelope to the man to give to Hendrick (not till the next 2 chapters or so turns out to be a handkerchief that is some …kind of special drug that when dogs sniff it ruins their sense of smell ) anyways you can go to spark notes & it will give you more details of this chapter . (MORE)
One day Nick Allen had a good idea. He thought instead of calling a pen a pen why not call it a Findle. His teacher told him to put an end to all these noncence. The word didn't belong to him anymore it was spreading across the country. He had nothing to do to stop it. He became a hero and the word …Frindle became a real word. (MORE)
Anti Semitism refers to a distaste or overall hatred for people of the Jewish race and faith. This form of bigotry has been around for thousands of years, and has become the cause of several civil rights conflicts throughout history. The Holocaust that occurred before and during the second world war… is an example of Anti Semitism in a concentrated and far sweeping movement, bent towards eradicating all Jewish persons on Earth. It has also been the cause of stereotypes directed at Jewish people that have survived to this day. (MORE)
We the people in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of Ame…rica. maybe like: The preamble is a statement declaring what the Constitution will provide for the United States briefly, while still making it clear that the authors of our Constitution were regular people. (MORE)
Dasavataram is about the cycle of Lord Vishnu in 10 forms.Right now,2010, he is in Kalki.
A sundry is a conclusion or the out come of a discussion or essay . A brief is to tell what the sumary says in as few words as possible
Vietnam was a struggle which, in all honesty, the United States should never have been involved in. North Vietnam was battling for ownership of South Vietnam, so that they would be a unified communist nation. To prevent the domino effect and the further spread of communism, the U.S. held on to the T…ruman Doctrine and stood behind the South Vietnamese leader, Diem. Kennedy and Diem were both killed in 1963 and 1964. Johnson took control of the situation by increasing the amount of money and manpower put into Vietnam. Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, giving the president full military power. After Johnson dramatically escalated the amount of soldiers in Vietnam, The North Vietnamese mounted a surprise attack during the Vietnamese new year, and this strike was called the Tet Offensive. It made America more aware of what they were up against, that the communists were capable of fierce, guerrilla warfare, unlike anything Americans had ever fought before. Images of the terror and disarray reached back home, and the U.S. began to wonder how effective their involvement in Vietnam really was. As we got further and further into the Vietnam War, few lives were untouched by grief, anger and fear. The Vietnamese suffered the worst hardship; children lay dead in the street, villages remained nothing but charred ashes, and bombs destroyed thousands of innocent civilians. Soldiers were scarred emotionally as well as physically, as The paranoia and fear of death never left them. The My Lai Massacre occurred in 1968, when the village of My Lai was completely destroyed, although it did not contain a single enemy troop. Over a hundred villagers were slaughtered. It became clearer to Americans how soldiers were losing control, and how there was no easy way to win this war. The draft took more and more people in as the years went on, and in1968 it peaked to over 500,000 soldiers involved in Vietnam. The government was so desperate for troops that even men with poor eyesight fought, and no education was needed. The people began to strike out and a revolution took place to restore peace to the nation. Some key ways to get the movement attention included student activism and anti-war messages present in songs and literature. The National Guard and other patrolmen often became violent in order to gain control of situations, and several people were killed. Growing Protest of the war caused Johnson not to run for re-election in 1968, and Nixon was elected to office. Nixon's policy was called "Vietnamization" and called for slowly pulling troops out of Vietnam. Even while bringing these soldiers home, Nixon began to spread the war to Cambodia and Laos by bombing where several communist camps were thought to be. Protests continued until 1973, when a cease-fire was finally signed. (MORE)
Matthew Henry says: "Book Synopsis: - The book of Judges is the history of Israel during the government of the Judges, who were occasional deliverers, raised up by God to rescue Israel from their oppressors, to reform the state religion, and to administer justice to the people. The state of God's p…eople does not appear in this book so prosperous, nor their character so religious, as might have been expected, but there were many believers among them, and the tabernacle services were attended to. The history exemplifies the frequent warnings and predictions of Moses, and should have close attention. The whole is full of important instruction." ( Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary : JUDGES) Judges is perhaps the "bloodiest" book in the Bible. It's an prime example of selfish " rebellious human nature " [with an 'every-man-for-himself' attitude] at work on a national level. A brief history of the tribes of Israel between the turbulent years of entering into the Promised Land under the direct Rule of the invisible God; continuously backsliding, entangling themselves in perilous nation-threatening circumstances, repenting and crying out to God for deliverance -- and receiving it. The last verse of the book says it all: "In those days there was no king in Israel : every man did that which was right in his own eyes ." (Judges 21:25) (MORE)
Geneology is basically family history. This means it is researching someone's family tree to find out as much as possible about parents grandparents and further back.
A brief is a short overveiw of the subject. A summary is usually a medium or long sized pargraph that tells all about the subject.
Do you think it was a good idea for the nohansens to let Ellen staywith them