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College Essay: Diversity.....?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1489619413 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

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    User1489588985 18 Jan 2017 03:52

    No. I m sorry, but that is nowhere near the level (or length) required for a university essay. You re clearly enthusiastic about your topic, but, frankly, I wouldn t be satisfied with this essay from a 16 year old. Where are your paragraphs? For university, your use of language is much too casual: you shouldn t use contractions like isn t , or use exaggerated language such as dazzled unless you mean literally that something is so bright that it affects your eyesight. Also your essay is written in the first person (I did this. etc) which is not suitable for uni. Your point is unclear, and it is argued in an very amateurish way. I believe this is not a scholarly argument. Worst of all, your work does not include any references to your research or quotes from other sources. This is essential for university work. You do not provide any evidence to suggest that other researchers into the subject agree with your views. A university essay would have a list of references to respected works (and not just internet sites) at the end, and these would be referred to throughout the text to support your arguments. Your personal experiences would not constitute evidence unless they were part of a serious research project. Example: _______ Johnson & Williams (1993) argue that soccer requires "teamwork and unity" to a greater degree than other team games, because the offside rule encourages the team to see themselves as, "a united organism, working together to create each goal." However, Porlock (1997) disagrees: "Our research showed that all team games require exactly the same level of teamwork." _______ Sorry if this is hurtful. It s always difficult to up your game when you start studying at a higher level, but you ll get there. (by the way, I invented those quotes, so don t use them for your essay!)

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    bluepanda109 18 Jan 2017 07:18

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

    In India, there are a large number of ancient culture prevailing or still practicing today. Though there are several numbers of diverse cultures in India, still it has unity in diversity.

    The modern Indian civilization has been nourished and developed by multiracial contributions. From times immemorial, diverse races migrated into India by via land and sea routes and get themselves settled here. In course of time they are absolutely absorbed in India’s social life.

    Fi rst Place - Steven Holshouser (CGS)
    Second Place - Cameo Green (CON)
    Third Place - Harry "Buddy" Blanke (COM)

    “ The Ultimate Measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    One of the principal values of travelling i World’s Largest Collection of Essays! Pu… s that, it breaks the monotony of life and work. Life, for most people, is a mad rush from one place to another, from one activity to another, trying to gather as much as possible.

    In this pro­cess, people tend to forget, who they are and what they are. There is no time to ponder and wonder. They tend to forget the values of life. Travelling is a time when people relax, reflect and ponder. Most people, after a pleasant travel, re­turn home with a fresh outlook, new zeal and a better deter­mination.

    Unity in Canada began in the late 1880's with a publication called Modern Thought , published by a married couple: Charles Fillmore and Myrtle Fillmore. The magazine was later called Christian Science Thought and finally Unity.

    The Fillmore's, the co-founders of Unity School of Christianity, were influenced by a number of religions and philosophies. Unity values the inspiration and progress made by all the great religions of the world especially Christianity from which they derive the bulk of their beliefs. At one time they called themselves Practical Christianity as they wanted to recapture the energy and essence of the first century BCE spiritual communities that followed Jesus' teachings.

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    Ш.Тэгшбаяр 18 Jan 2017 00:54

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

    In India, there are a large number of ancient culture prevailing or still practicing today. Though there are several numbers of diverse cultures in India, still it has unity in diversity.

    The modern Indian civilization has been nourished and developed by multiracial contributions. From times immemorial, diverse races migrated into India by via land and sea routes and get themselves settled here. In course of time they are absolutely absorbed in India’s social life.

    Fi rst Place - Steven Holshouser (CGS)
    Second Place - Cameo Green (CON)
    Third Place - Harry "Buddy" Blanke (COM)

    “ The Ultimate Measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    One of the principal values of travelling i World’s Largest Collection of Essays! Pu… s that, it breaks the monotony of life and work. Life, for most people, is a mad rush from one place to another, from one activity to another, trying to gather as much as possible.

    In this pro­cess, people tend to forget, who they are and what they are. There is no time to ponder and wonder. They tend to forget the values of life. Travelling is a time when people relax, reflect and ponder. Most people, after a pleasant travel, re­turn home with a fresh outlook, new zeal and a better deter­mination.

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    lazybear866 18 Jan 2017 08:18

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

  5. author
    smallgorilla901 18 Jan 2017 02:02

    tropical sea its cool and awesome good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Im a help out teacher i give ths story a b+

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    [email protected] ♨️ 18 Jan 2017 07:02

    i wish i knew the answer, because i have the same essay. any chance you re in Mrs. Sullivans class? i think it would be quite the cooincidence that someone else was looking for the same exact answer for the same exact reason on the same day.

  7. author
    Здоровье и жизнь 17 Jan 2017 22:16

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

  8. author
    User1488266719 18 Jan 2017 06:52

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

  9. author
    Russian-Belgium.be 18 Jan 2017 00:47

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

    In India, there are a large number of ancient culture prevailing or still practicing today. Though there are several numbers of diverse cultures in India, still it has unity in diversity.

    The modern Indian civilization has been nourished and developed by multiracial contributions. From times immemorial, diverse races migrated into India by via land and sea routes and get themselves settled here. In course of time they are absolutely absorbed in India’s social life.

    Fi rst Place - Steven Holshouser (CGS)
    Second Place - Cameo Green (CON)
    Third Place - Harry "Buddy" Blanke (COM)

    “ The Ultimate Measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  10. author
    silverfish426 18 Jan 2017 00:41

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

    In India, there are a large number of ancient culture prevailing or still practicing today. Though there are several numbers of diverse cultures in India, still it has unity in diversity.

    The modern Indian civilization has been nourished and developed by multiracial contributions. From times immemorial, diverse races migrated into India by via land and sea routes and get themselves settled here. In course of time they are absolutely absorbed in India’s social life.

    Fi rst Place - Steven Holshouser (CGS)
    Second Place - Cameo Green (CON)
    Third Place - Harry "Buddy" Blanke (COM)

    “ The Ultimate Measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    One of the principal values of travelling i World’s Largest Collection of Essays! Pu… s that, it breaks the monotony of life and work. Life, for most people, is a mad rush from one place to another, from one activity to another, trying to gather as much as possible.

    In this pro­cess, people tend to forget, who they are and what they are. There is no time to ponder and wonder. They tend to forget the values of life. Travelling is a time when people relax, reflect and ponder. Most people, after a pleasant travel, re­turn home with a fresh outlook, new zeal and a better deter­mination.

    Unity in Canada began in the late 1880''s with a publication called Modern Thought , published by a married couple: Charles Fillmore and Myrtle Fillmore. The magazine was later called Christian Science Thought and finally Unity.

    The Fillmore''s, the co-founders of Unity School of Christianity, were influenced by a number of religions and philosophies. Unity values the inspiration and progress made by all the great religions of the world especially Christianity from which they derive the bulk of their beliefs. At one time they called themselves Practical Christianity as they wanted to recapture the energy and essence of the first century BCE spiritual communities that followed Jesus'' teachings.

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.

  11. author
    User1488672171 18 Jan 2017 02:42

    390 words short essay on Unity in Diversity. India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. It is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle.

    Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common visit able bonds that link them together. This is a distinct feature of India and it is popularly known as unity in diversity.

    India is a country of many ethnic groups, over 1,650 spoken languages, dialects, regional variations—a land of myriad tongues—numerous modes of apparel and countless mannerisms. For the most part, the continental size of the country accounts for the variations and diversities.

    Besides, there are many religions, sects and beliefs. At times the wide differences seem to predominate, and the resultant disharmony is regarded by many as irreme­diable, a phenomenon that the 100 crore people (ours is the second most populous country) have to live with, whether they like it or not.

    India is a vast peninsula with a total land area of about 33 million Sq. Kms, and population exceeding 100 crores. Its length from North to South is about 3.200 Kilometers and breadth from East to West is nearly 3,000 Kilometers. Because of its area and population India is generally referred to as a sub-continent.

    Geographically, it is a land of contracts in numerous ways. It provides almost every type of climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold all the year round. The hilly regions in the North and elsewhere are as cold as some of the coldest parts of Europe. Certain areas in South are the hottest in the world. In Mumbai and Malwa, the climate is temperate though West Bengal is more humid.

    In India, there are a large number of ancient culture prevailing or still practicing today. Though there are several numbers of diverse cultures in India, still it has unity in diversity.

    The modern Indian civilization has been nourished and developed by multiracial contributions. From times immemorial, diverse races migrated into India by via land and sea routes and get themselves settled here. In course of time they are absolutely absorbed in India’s social life.