“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” – Sydney J. Harris Sydney J. Harris’ quote is both thought-provoking and debatable. A mirror reflects what is in front of it. Hence, it represents a one-sided view. It only pays attention to what is directly in the front. Windows on the other hand,

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A virtual keyboard can be defined as a software component that allows its users to enter all the characters that are required. It is a device that can be operated with the help of multiple input devices and these devices can include an actual computer keyboard, a touch screen and also a computer mouse. There

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Probably the first question you may be asking yourself is when you should start preparing for your oral OB/GYN boards. Part of the answer depends on what your plans after residency are. If your post-residency training plans are in the obstetrics or gynecology, then you may be able to use cases from your last year

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A Christian education that builds off the fundamentals of Christ’s teachings, but also provides a firm grasp on a diversity of subjects, can be difficult to find. Some schools have excellent letters, arts, and humanities programs, but due to lack of funding might suffer in other ways. We all want our kids to get a

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The field of medicine uses X-rays as one of the most common methods of making a diagnosis of the joints as well as the bones. This is one of the least expensive methods of getting it done. Even though there have been fears associated with the effects of X-rays, scientific studies have proven that the

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Most students are demotivated to study, the problem comes when a student want to get high marks but in the same time he has no energy to study, moreover, when he gets low marks he is demotivated more than before. This is when a teacher or a parent needs to know how to motivate students

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Going away for higher studies is the very first occasion when the students get a chance to live far away from their guardians and native place. College life teaches a lot more than just studies, it teaches us how to be flexible in life, how to become and independent individual and also helps us in

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Patchwork and quilting have long histories but because of the anonymity of the makers and the lack of written documentation it is a history that is difficult to detail. We do know that the earliest examples discovered in Egyptian tombs and in China date from about 5,000 years ago. Quilts began appearing on beds in

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Travelling through time has always been one of those precious gems that have graced both the film and literary world. Speaking of gems, here are four of the most exquisite French Mantle Clocks from the 1880s. French Palissy Ware Mantel Clock, ca. 1880 The French Palissy Ware Mantel Clock was first introduced by a group

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