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The foods they could obtain were imported and prices of the products shot up because of the War. The government had to resort to food rationing and distributed coupons. As the War proceeded, meat, fats and milk became scarce. Soon, there were 10 rationing programs. The shortages made preparing a meal a difficult task. Homemakers […]

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“…the moment captured in the statue is an example of rhythmos, harmony and balance” (Encyclopedia: Discobolos) The Dying Gaul, sometimes known as the Dying Trumpeter, is a “…ancient Greek statue of a dying warrior lying on the ground supporting himself with one arm. The Romans later made a marble copy of the Greek original.” (Dying […]

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” (Fletcher in Gogeometry Website, 2008). The trail to Machu Picchu is known as one of the best trekking sites in the world, particularly for its landscapes that showcase the remnants of its historic past as well as its diverse ecology (ibid). Mexicos Chichen Itza also showcases its nations rich, historical past in the same […]

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This 14-year-old male is currently in the ninth grade. In the demographic portion of the test, he identifies “restless/bored” as the problem that is troubling him the most. A tendency toward avoiding self-disclosure is evident in this adolescents response style. This nondisclosure may signify characterological evasiveness or an unwillingness to divulge matters of a personal […]

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