Mule Killers

  • Killer Coke

    From Coca-Cola's point of view, what are the CSR-related issues? Please, be specific about the issues and the stakeholders Infringement of labor rights Throughout this case, the message that was constantly portrayed to the public is the fact that The Coca Cola company simply do not value their workers. Firstly, the accusation of murder does no good to the company’s reputation and secondly, the company made no attempts to seek additional alternatives to prove their innocence. The law suit is

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  • Attack of the Killer Butterflies

    You’re the epitome of confidence in front of the bathroom mirror. You invite a friend to view your presentation and dazzle her with your poise. She loyally claps and smiles and offers words of encouragement. It’s just that there’s this nagging flutter in your stomach every time you think about getting up in front of a group to speak. A nagging flutter? Are you kidding? More like an attack of killer butterflies! Even the thought of speaking in public can start your heart pounding, palms

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  • Forty Acres and a Mule

    Merely 35 years after the last shot was fired in the American Civil War on June 22, 1865, in 1901, anticipating his imminent displacement, George White—the last African American remaining in Congress—retired. He was a victim of North Carolina’s disfranchisement schemes. On the eve of his departure from the House, Mr. White lamented, “The mule died long ago and the land grabbers have obtained the 40 acres.” Audible in his tone was the frustration that underlay more than 30 years of broken

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  • Green River Killer

    The Green River Killer: Gary Leon Ridgway Columbia Southern University Criminal Investigation / BCJ 3701 March 28, 2013 Serial Killer The Green River Killer is one of the titles given to Gary Leon Ridgway for the crimes he committed. Gary was born on February 18, 1949 and was apprehended on November 30, 2001. Gary Ridgeway was a serial sexual killer that learned how to meet his various needs with sexual aggression and violence. Those reenacted

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  • Mule Killers

    Progress Does Not Always Lead to a Better Life Life, in the primitive sense of the word, means moving through time towards inevitable death. Progression, by definition, means development towards a destination or more advanced state. Life in the emotional aspect explores love, and with love there will always be shortcomings and complexities. Progression, life, destruction, and love are themes in the short story Mule Killers by Lydia Peelle. The short story is a story within a story, and

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  • Answers to Killer Angel Questions

    Answers to The killer angels 1. The spy: Harrison 2. 114 men 3. Buford decided to hold the high ground before Lee’s army arrived. The high ground consists of four hills: Culp’s Hill, Cemetery Hill, Little Round Top, and Round Top. 4. Armistead insisted that Longstreet’s theories on war were wrong because the Confederate army is not the army to try the tactics Longstreet insisted on out on. Besides, Armistead says, General Lee would never agree to defensive warfare, because he

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  • Zodiac Killer

    Zodiac Killer Saturday, November 12, 2011 Zodiac Killer The Zodiac killer was a serial killer who committed his homicides in Northern California in the late 1960s. His identity was never discovered; he self named himself in a series of letters which were sent to the press in regards to his killings. The letters he sent included multiple cryptographs, some of which remain unsolved. The Zodiac killer murdered victims in the cities

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  • The Cereal Killer

    The Cereal Killer Is Peter Pan a war criminal? It is a proven fact that Peter Pan is responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians. No, not THAT Peter Pan. Peter Pan, Smuckers, Skippy, Jif and all brands of peanut butter are potential killers for people who are severely allergic to peanuts and peanut products. Did you know that one of the ingredients in some flavors of Jelly Belly jelly beans is peanut flour? Did you know that food, processed in equipment that has

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule killers The story begins in media res, the narrator starts telling the story right away without an introduction. The narrator is telling a story he is being told by his father, i.e. he tells a story in the story, and therefore it has a multiple point of view. It changes between a first person narrator and a third person narrator. It is an omniscient narrator, he is a messenger used to tell the story of his father and in some places in the text there appears comments from the narrator

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  • The Peaceful Killer

    On one midsummer eve, I had a touching moment with nature that was similar to that of one Henry David Thoreau. At my lake house in the woods of northern New Jersey, there are constantly animals running about and I feel that in this place, nature is truly expressed in its full form. One evening around six thirty, I was sitting alone and fishing on the shore of the lake next to my house. Suddenly, I hear a crunching of leaves behind me, quiet at first, but slowly the noise seems like its getting

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  • Macpro Killer $4000

    MacPro Killer: By: killa hafiz Intro: The purpose of this article is to build a computer that can either perform at the same level as the MacPro 2013 for the same or less money. I have recently been told by people (Mac FanBoys) that I can’t build a pc just as fast for equal cost hence the necessity of this article. Note For this article we will be building a pc that is comparable to the 6-core configuration, so that sets my budget at a $4,000 limit. Processor: The Processor used in the

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  • Mule Killers Essay

    Essay of ''Mule Killers'' by Lydia Peelle By growing up and entering a world of adulthood, you automatically experience both positives and negatives sides of life, you may have not known in the innocent childhood most kids have known. In “Mule Killers” by Lydia Peelle the troubles of a young man is described as well as the consequences of his actions are portrayed, and made a huge influence on the rest of his life. Throughout a lifetime everyone face situations where one has to make choices

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  • Killer Whales

    that are no in their pods it could result in hyper aggression (Blackfish). Killer whales are meant to be free in the ocean swimming with their pods and families, not to be separated and used as show animals or research animals. Many people believe orcas should be in captivity for educational and scientific purposes, but to help better the killer whales they need their natural habitats. At the same time, being in captivity has caused these whales to actually look like killers, but that is not

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule killers As time passes so does people. A man and a woman form a family, and hope their children get children. But the tricky thing about families is when; there is a gap between the generations. Then people more often than not, are having a hard time trying to understand one and other. Such a dilemma is shown to us in Mule Killers by Lydia Peelle. In this story a test of the morals is shown, given the two generations different view on a problem. In this story our protagonist is our

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  • Old Mule Farms Case Solution

    To: | Michael Giberson, BECO 4310-006 | From: | Arielle Pruitt | Date: | January 27, 2014 | Re: | Old Mule Farms Case | | | | | Jim and Donna Green live on a farm that has been in their family for three generations. However, they have been losing money over the past couple of years because of what it costs to maintain their cows they use for breeding. To help offset their losses, Donna focused on making sure the calf weight at weaning was larger than in past. She also included

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  • Serial Killer

    – Philosophy for Everyone: Better Than a Lump of Coal Edited by Scott C. Lowe Cannabis – Philosophy for Everyone: What Were We Just Talking About? Edited by Dale Jacquette Porn – Philosophy for Everyone: How to Think With Kink Edited by Dave Monroe Serial Killers – Philosophy for Everyone: Being and Killing Edited by S. Waller Dating – Philosophy for Everyone: Flirting With Big Ideas Edited by Kristie Miller and Marlene Clark Gardening – Philosophy for Everyone: Cultivating Wisdom Edited by Dan

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  • Killer Whales

    Killer Whales: Abused & Mistreated While many people have experienced the majestic showcasing of trained orcas in public displays at recreational parks such as SeaWorld, few have heard of the tragic events that these killer whales go through while in captivity. It is ironic that such family oriented companies like SeaWorld, who pride themselves in giving families experiences that they will never forget, can just tear families of killer whales apart and abuse them while training them. And

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  • Zodiac Killer

    Deanna Brooks Mr. Ogletree English 1101-10142 March 22, 2012 The Zodiac Killer The Zodiac Killer is as unknown today as he was in the 1970's. It is said that the Zodiac killer is Arthur Allan, though we cannot in any way prove this theory. The zodiac killer was a murderer that seemed to have a serious mental condition, which needed treating, but appears as if he could not control it. The Zodiac killer is a man that committed a series of murders during 1930’s to about the 1970’s. To

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  • Serial Killer

    A serial killer is someone who kills at least three victims one by one in a series of sequential murders, with a form of psychological gratification as the primary motive. The need for psychological gratification distinguishes serial killers from other types of murderers, who usually murder for things like profit or revenge. Because an element of psychological instability is involved in serial killing, many serial killers are committed to mental institutions if and when they are caught

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  • Killer Mac N Cheese

    A killer mac 'n' cheese Ingredients * sea salt * freshly ground black pepper * 45 g butter * 3 heaped tablespoons plain flour * 10 cloves garlic, peeled and finely sliced * 6 bay leaves * 1 litre semi-skimmed milk * 600 g dried macaroni * 8 tomatoes * 150 g Cheddar cheese, freshly grated * 100 g Parmesan cheese, freshly grated * a few sprigs fresh thyme, leaves picked * 2 splashes Worcestershire sauce, optional * 1 grating

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  • Killer Herroin

    Killer Heroin Drug consumption is one of the most discussed and analyzed topics in society, literature, and scientific works. Drug use and abuse has persistently puzzled researchers, scientists, and law makers. During the last twenty years scientists have continued performing experiments, researchers have continued to research drug abuse and use, and law makers have continued to create new laws in hopes of regulating drug use. Drug specialists and scientists have developed an

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  • Diabetes a Silent Killer

    Diabetes a silent killer; Diabetes affects 20.8 million people in the United States alone and unfortunately, 6.2 million people in the United State are unaware that they have this disease. (CDC, 2007) Until they do, they have already developed life-threatening complications. According to the CDC the rates of Diabetes Type II are rising so quickly that they have declared the disease an epidemic. Complications may include blindness, kidney disease, nerve disease, heart and vascular disease and

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule Killers Most people would say that love is a concept which will always be a mystery to man, because it is so changeable, and therefore it will always be able to fool and distort man’s thoughts. Love can both be happy and miserable, and this makes it very powerful and therefore able to control the entire behavior of a person. Throughout a lifetime people will unavoidably experience things that will have a certain impact on the individual’s personality as well as further development. These

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  • The Zodiac Killer

    Unit 2 Assignment: Zodiac Killer Matrix |Key Term |Hint |Question |Insert answers below. | |Actus reus |The first general feature of crime is|What act was committed in violation |He murdered a known forty people | | |that there has to be an act in |of the law? |of San Francisco. Murder was the | | |violation

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  • Old Mule Farms

    Old Mule Farms ACC 502 Managerial Accounting October 15, 2013 Dr. Kyle S. Meyer   Introduction In the ever-growing small to large business sector, operational decisions are important to determine if an organization has sufficient resources to maintain its operation, expand, or make investments for the ongoing benefit company. Organizations often employ professional consultants to evaluate operations deficiencies, including the preparation of cost analysis to better gauge their growth

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  • Zodiak Killer

    Southern New Hampshire University Final Paper on Zodiac Killer Daphne Bartlett Criminal Investigations 06 -15- 2014 Professor Amanda Perkins The Serial Killer When looking at serial killers you will see that there are actually three different types they are the thrill seeker

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  • Zodiak Killer Matrix

    Unit 2 Assignment: Zodiac Killer Matrix Key Term Hint Question Insert answers below. Actus reus The first general feature of crime is that there has to be an act in violation of the law. What act was committed in violation of the law? Mens rea A guilty mind is the second general feature that has to be established and is probably the most complex because it involves subjective evaluation of the mind. Should the Zodiac be held to blame for this crime? Did the Zodiac intend the consequences of

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  • Tilikum the Killer Whale

    kums story Sarah Greene ENG 1 The Story Of Tilikum How would you like to be stuck in a bath tub for 25 years? Don’t you think you would go a little pyscho too? Well here’s the story of Tilikum, the killer whale. Tilikum was captured near Iceland in November of 1983 and he was two years old and about 13 feet long, here is where the trouble starts when he was taken away from his family and loved ones. Then he was transferred to the rundown Sealand of the Pacific in

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  • The Silent Killer

    The Silent Killer With today’s high paced way of living we don’t find the time to eat right and exercise and realize how our bad habits affect our health. The number one killer we have today is heart attacks. So what is a heart attack, well it’s when the heart does not get enough blood supply to fully pump which in turn results in no new fresh oxygen for the muscles and eventually will kill muscle tissue. Symptoms you would feel during a heart attack would be pain and discomfort in the chest

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  • Old Mule Farms Case Study

    ------------------------------------------------- Case Study Memorandum TO: Dr. Kathleen Sheehan, BECO 4310 - 003 FROM: Brian J. Walsh DATE: 3/2/2015 RE: Old Mule Farms The Old Mule Farms is a cow-calf operation that provides calves for feedlots to fatten up before being sent to packing houses and eventually sold as meet for consumers. The current owners have been experiencing a problem with losses in revenue. The expenses that Old Mule Farms incurred are veterinary bills, labor

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  • Btk Killer

    Xylon Thomas CJ2670 Mr. Chism 10 October 2013 Case study Dennis Rader also known as the BTK killer was one of the more infamous serial killers in our world. He sent letters describing the details of the killings to police and to local news outlets during the period of time in which the murders took place. Evidence such as these letters were major factors in proving Rader was the killer. Although most evidence did not need to be used the authorities gathered plenty of it to connect

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  • Stress Portrait of a Killer

    Stress: Portrait of a Killer Stress is a state of mental or emotional strain. Psychologists feel that studying stress is extremely important because stress has a huge impact on us as a society. I have always thought of myself as a person who was able to manage my stress properly. Up until January of this year I still believed this to be true. I can’t say that I was completely surprised after calculating my score (475) on The Homes and Rahe Stress Assessment. What surprised me are the

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  • Zodiac Killer

    his serial killings in the late 1800’s. Although there have been dozens of suspects who could be the Zodiac Killer, none of them have been successfully traced to any of the murders. His murders were all very well planned out, and he never left any sort of evidence behind; however, his actions have unfortunately inspired other serial killers to go out and mock his vicious ways. The Zodiac Killer was a serial killer who committed numerous homicides in Northern California in the late 1960’s. The

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  • Answers to Killer Angels

    Answers to Killer Angel Questions Answers to The killer angels 1. The spy: Harrison 2. 114 men 3. Buford decided to hold the high ground before Lee’s army arrived. The high ground consists of four hills: Culp’s Hill, Cemetery Hill, Little Round Top, and Round Top. 4. Armistead insisted that Longstreet’s theories on war were wrong because the Confederate army is not the army to try the tactics Longstreet insisted on out on. Besides, Armistead says, General Lee would never agree to

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  • Killer

    It comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited. Tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the

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  • Killer Cops

    Kevin Hooks Mr. McCarthy “Killer Cops” Bang!! That’s usually the last sound heard from any unarmed suspect that has been murdered by the police. In this paper, I’ll discuss perspectives from the victims’ side as well as law enforcement’s. My ultimate goal is to create awareness about these devastating situatons. It’s no secret that police officers have one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. They’re constantly put in dangerous situations and have to make judgements

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule killers The story is named Mule killers and is written by Lydia Peelle, it was first published in Epoch, 2004. The theme in the story is growing up, unrequited love, generation shift and consequences. All the themes are, more or less, related to the narrator’s father, whom is telling about his early adolescent life where he had to cope with gradually losing his grip on what he wants for himself and instead being forced by the narrator’s grandfather to take responsibility for his

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  • Old Mule Farms

    For the exclusive use of S. Jiang, 2016. S w 910B04 OLD MULE FARMS David M. Currie and Lorena Mošnja Škare wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or

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  • A Killer Day

    Nzingha TaHa February 22, 2016 Creative Nonfiction Dr. Monika Elbert The Killer Day The day started off like any other school day, I cried my heart out. I hated getting up in the morning to prepare for school. I cried brushing my teeth, washing my face, putting on my clothes, and while eating breakfast. I hated the idea of not being able to lay in bed until I was ready to get up. I guess I can blame that on my mom. When I was much smaller my mom used to work nights, when she would

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  • The Zodiac Killer

    who use a relationship-motivated strategy. He might not be used to lengthy personal contact with others. If this is the case it might be beneficial to use constant stream of conversation. This would be a good time to introduce crime scene facts. Lastly, the establishment of a positive personal relationship might coax a statement of involvement (Holmes, 2009). References Holmes, R.M. & Holmes, S.T. (2009). Profiling Violent Crimes (4th Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing. Harmening, W.M. (2014). Serial killers: The psychosocial development of humanity’s worst offenders, Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publishing.

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  • Old Mule Farms

    For the exclusive use of M. Neger, 2016. S w 910B04 OLD MULE FARMS David M. Currie and Lorena Mošnja Škare wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or

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  • A Sane Killer

    smells coming from the basement and his late night life style. He then moved into his own apartment, 213, 924 North 25th Street, Milwaukee and that is where he began to live out his fantasies. Jeffrey Dahmer was one of the world’s most prolific serial killers in history. He murdered his first victim in 1978 at the age of eighteen. Shortly after graduation from high school, Dahmer was driving down the road and seen a hitch hiker. One of Jeffrey’s fantasies from a young age was to find a shirtless

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  • Serial Killer Richard Kuklinski

    any given time he could have turn the people in that requested him to do the hit but because of his ego and his desire to kill he would always accept the offer. There is one flaw that threw me for a loop because a serial killer would kill men and women children alike but Richard would not kill women or children so some would argue that he wasn’t a serial killer. In fact he was according to Holmes and Holmes (1994) thrill killers mainly get their pleasure by torturing their victims which Richard

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  • Mule Kille

    rsMule Killers by Lydia Peelle A ”Mule Killers” is about a boy living on a farm. The boy has a father, who tells him secrets containing information of the father’s youth. The secret it told in a rather rough way, not intended to make the boy feel comfort. The secret is about the father living with his father. And how he fell in love, but knocked up the wrong woman, to make his love jealous. And that is how the boy was born. On the farm, feelings weren’t of something you spoke of

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule Killers by Lydia Peelle This is a story about unrequited love and its consequences and the change from child to adult. Time changes and life goes on. Whether people accept the changes and might takes advantage of the possibilities given to them, but people make mistakes, especially when they are young and in love. Will it be a bump on the road or will it change the direction they are heading. These are some of the themes that the short story “Mule Killers” is dealing with. Mule Killers

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  • Killer Dogs

    Killer dogs 1. The first text is written by Jamie Doward. He mentions a senior police officer named Bernard Hogan-Howe who has demanded a change in the law on dangerous dogs. He wants a new law because a little girl was brutaly killed by a pit bull. The reason for changing the law is to protect children and victims of dog attacks in general. The girl's death led to an inspection where dog owners could get their perhaps dangerous and illegal dogs examined by the police. About 200 dogs where

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  • Mule Killers

    Mule Killers The developing world is something, which can be difficult to deal with, particularly when you are used to doing something you know how works. In the present world, development is something everyone is facing each and every day, and people nowadays are used to it. A few centuries back in time, people were not used to this kind of development, people tended to like how things were at that time. People at that time were more conservative than they are today. Our generation is a part

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  • Killer Angel

    The Killer Angels Michael Shaara “The Killer Angels”, by Michael Shaara, was a novel about the military strategies and actions taken during the Civil War. The novel was written from several different military viewpoints. Shaara wrote this novel through the eyes of Joshua Chamberlain, John Buford for the Union and Robert E. Lee and his right hand man James Longstreet for the Confederate and other important military figures. The Civil War spanned over many years, however Shaara chose to

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  • Mosquito Killer

    Introduction Ⅰ.How to kill mosquitos? Harmless UV light triggers photocatalyst produces carbon dioxide and moist air.Fan generates breeze,lamp produces spectra which tempts the mosquito and temperature completely imitates the human’s breath.These conditions become to be a bionic trap to attract mosquitos.And the captured mosquitos also send out information to attract other ones. Moreover,photo catalyst can absorb formaldehyde and other toxic gases,is a new generation of environmentally

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  • Killer Dogs

    article is about the mix of kids and pets. There are also value-laden words such as ‘manslaughter’, ‘dangerous’, ‘killers’, ‘strain’ and ‘tragedy’. These words are all negatively loaded and are mainly aimed towards the the owners/parents. These words also contribute to the negative tone throughout the text. The third and final text “If the dog is dangerous, the will be, too.” is written by Simon Heffer, a columnist for the British newspaper The Telegraph. He starts off by talking about the

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