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How do you quote The Glass Menagerie?

“When you look at a piece of delicately spun glass you think of two things: how beautiful it is and how easily it can be broken .”

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Is Heparin a thrombolytic drug?

Heparin administered intravenously appears to markedly attenuate the thrombin activity associated with thrombolysis and, in patients treated with tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA), prevents early recurrent coronary thrombosis.

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How do garden spiders eat?

Diet. Spiders are carnivorous. The main diet of the yellow garden spider consists of flying insects such as aphids, grasshoppers, wasps (some species), bees, and flies. They lie in wait, normally in a head-down position towards the center of their web, for an insect to get stuck in the sticky silk portion of the web.

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What is the selection sort more efficient than the bubble sort on large array?

Bubble sort takes an order of n time whereas selection sort consumes an order of n2 time. Bubble sort is a stable algorithm, in contrast, selection sort is unstable. Selection sort algorithm is fast and efficient as compared to bubble sort which is very slow and inefficient.

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What should I do the day before GATE exam?

On the last day before GATE exam do not attempt any mock tests but rather go over the formulas once and be calm and relaxed and have a good night's sleep before the exam. 5. Avoid over eating on the last day as that can spoil your health and can adversely affect your performance in the exam .

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What is Home Depot's markup?

Generally though they range from 50% to 100% of the from the mill price, but that does not include shipping handling ect. On home depot's scale that is a big task.

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What does a Texas Star plant look like?

It goes by several names, including swamp hibiscus, scarlet rose mallow, and red hibiscus. It is best identified by its flowers, which are sometimes white but often deep, bright red. The flowers have five long, narrow petals that form an unmistakable star shape. These flowers can reach 6 inches (15 cm.)

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When was the Pegasus created?

Pegasus appeared on Greek pottery, the earliest being Corinthian wares from the 7th century BCE. Pegasus was also a popular design on coins, in particular from Corinth from the 6th century BCE. A famous representation in sculpture is from the pediment of the Temple of Artemis on Corcyra (c. 580 BCE).

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Are French drains expensive?

Installing drainage runs most homeowners between $1,889 and $5,496 with an average cost of $3,690. French drains, for example, average $20 to $30 per linear foot or between $1,000 and $1,500 in exterior applications and $45 to $60 per linear foot or $5,000 to $6,000 for internal ones.

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What is Kenya's population in 2019?

Kenya's population has expanded by nine million in the last decade, official 2019 census data released on Monday show. There are 47,564,296 million people in the country compared to 38.6 million in 2010. The figures show that there are more women at 24 million than men, who stand at 23.6 million.

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Can you grow apples without pesticides?

Growing Organic Apples Without Spraying. It is possible to raise organic fruit without spraying apple trees with potentially harmful chemicals. Prune trees, defeat web worms and harvest delicious apples without the dangers of pesticides and herbicides.

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How is a cardiac action potential generated?

The cardiac action potential is a brief change in voltage ( membrane potential ) across the cell membrane of heart cells. This is caused by the movement of charged atoms (called ions) between the inside and outside of the cell, through proteins called ion channels.

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What was President Ford's real name?

Gerald was a salesman in a family-owned paint and varnish company. They now called her son Gerald Rudolff Ford Jr. The future president was never formally adopted and did not legally change his name until December 3, 1935; he also used a more conventional spelling of his middle name .

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How many amps is a 50 gallon electric water heater?

*IF* the elements in that 50 gallon water heater were only 3500 watts, then on a 240 volt circuit you would have 3500 / 240 = 14.6 amps, which is within the 16 amps of the 80% rating of both a #12 AWG copper circuit, rating of 20 amps, and the 20 amp rated breaker.

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Why do thieves steal bikes?

What Happens to the Stolen Bikes ? More professional thieves want to get better prices, and they have more bikes to sell, so they can't use the same strategy. They target more expensive bikes and will often try to resell them online to get a better price.

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What is a pawn transaction?

Pawn transaction means the act of lending money on the security of pledged goods or the act of purchasing tangible personal property on condition that it may be redeemed or repurchased by the seller for a fixed price within a fixed period of time.

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Do crickets use cellular respiration?

Crickets sense sounds using tympani (hearing organs) located in their front legs. Though they don't have lungs, crickets still need to breathe ( respiration ) air in order to obtain the oxygen necessary for the cellular respiration of Glucose to ATP.

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Who created the manifest destiny?

Manifest Destiny, a phrase coined in 1845, is the idea that the United States is destined—by God, its advocates believed—to expand its dominion and spread democracy and capitalism across the entire North American continent.

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What makes a bathroom faucet ADA compliant?

The ADA regulations state that the operating parts of a faucet must be no higher than 48” from the ground if the area is free from obstructions. Handles mounted on the base of the faucet will help ensure the installation meets this height requirement.

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How does the human body regulate temperature?

The hypothalamus works with other parts of the body's temperature - regulating system, such as the skin, sweat glands and blood vessels — the vents, condensers and heat ducts of your body's heating and cooling system. Water evaporating from the skin cools the body, keeping its temperature in a healthy range.

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