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What is personification give example?

What is personification give example? Personification means: “Giving an object or animal human characteristics to create interesting imagery.” An example of personification would be in the nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle” where “the little dog laughed to see such fun.” Anthropomorphism means: “Making an object or animal act and look like they are human.” What […]

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What is planting spacing?

What is planting spacing? Seed spacing is the distance between seeds in a given row and the distance between rows. Poor seeding rates from broadcast planting normally result from poor seed to soil contact, seeds being covered too deep, predation from birds and small mammals or the crowding out of plants. What is Cellspacing? Definition […]

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How are families different today than in the past?

How are families different today than in the past? Today, that number is 62 percent. Today 26 percent of children live with one parent, 15 percent live with parents in a remarriage and 7 percent live with unmarried parents. In 1960, only 11 percent of children in the U.S. lived apart from their fathers. How […]

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What are 10 facts about mercury?

What are 10 facts about mercury? 10 Strange Facts About Mercury (A Photo Tour)Mercury, Closest to the Sun. Most Extreme Temperature Fluctuations in the Solar System. The Smallest Planet. Survived Impact with Giant Asteroid. Mercury’s Crazy Orbit. Mercury Has Ice. It Has a Huge, Iron Core. A NASA Probe Mapped Mercury’s Entire Surface. What are […]

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Is on a side note Formal?

Is on a side note Formal? “By the way” is more informal, commonly appearing in day-to-day speech, while “on a side note” would be something to be seen more in more formal contexts. What is a side note? “On a side note” means that the speaker is making a statement that is not the main […]

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How do you write a successful grant application?

How do you write a successful grant application? How to write a successful grant applicationResearch the options. Don’t go straight to the first grant giver you have in mind. Start early. Sign up to mailing lists. Assess yourself. Read the criteria carefully. Be rigorous with your budget. Pick up the phone. Use the right keywords. […]

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How do you compare two works of art?

How do you compare two works of art? There are multiple ways to compare and contrast art:comparing works of art from the same art movement or period to look for commonalities and shared themes,comparing two depictions of the same subject,comparing works of art from one period with works from the period that came before,and probably […]

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How do you credit a document?

How do you credit a document? Citing: Identifying In-Text SourcesIntroduce the Author and/or the Title of the Source. By introducing the author or the material, you make it clear to the reader that what you’re talking about is from a source. Use Linking or Attributive Language. Use a Parenthetical Citation. Why is it important to […]

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How do you make apple pie from scratch?

How do you make apple pie from scratch? PreparationIn a medium-sized bowl, add the flour and salt. Add in cubed butter and break up into flour with a fork. Gradually add the ice water and continue to mix until the dough starts to come together. Work the dough together with your hands and turn out […]

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Are publications underlined or italicized?

Are publications underlined or italicized? In MLA 7 and 8, titles of books, journals, websites, albums, blogs, movies, tv shows, magazines, and newspapers should all be italicized. Titles of articles, episodes, interviews, songs, should be in quotes. Quotation marks or italics are not required for articles, webpages, songs, episodes, etc. What is a direct address […]

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