Research Paper On Brush Cutter

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  • Blockbuster Movies And Independent Films: Compare/Contrast

    6 pages in length. Blockbuster movies may draw in millions upon millions of revenue dollars over and above their independent - or Indie - counterparts, but that is not because they are intrinsically better in quality, plot or underlying message; rather, it only reflects the manner by which blockbusters conform to cookie-cutter expectations of a myopic audience that refuses to push the envelope or go beyond its comfort zone. Indies, on the other hand, take up where blockbusters leave off and fill in the blanks that ultimately render these films as having substance, value and a connection to real life. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Brushing Teeth without the Use of a Dominant Hand

    This 3 page paper examines the process of brushing teeth in a step by step process looking at the difficulties and challenges that may be present when an individual may not have use of their dominant hand.

  • Editorial on Gun Control

    5 pages in length. Examines the gun control controversy and defends the proponents of gun control. Gun owners are appalled by the idea that the government is trying to come between them and their Second Amendment rights. They propose that it is not their fault that a portion of society is so irresponsible as to use firearms in violent assaults, stating that there is no such connection with the average American's ability to properly handle and discharge a gun. By casting such a wide brush across the canvas of all firearm owners, it once again puts forth the policy that everyone has to pay for the actions of a relative few. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Pakistan's Miniature Painting

    This is an 8 page paper discussing the history, influences and contemporary issues in miniature painting in Pakistan and India. The art of miniature painting was first known to exist in Persia where it was imported from into India during the 1500s at the beginning of the Mughal dynasties. In the Mughal schools of artistry, the art of miniature painting was given a more intense and dynamic feel which differentiated it from the formal structures used by the Persians. The technique is very specific in its use of wasli paper, squirrel hair brushes and vivid water based paint applied in multiple layers to earn it a silky finish. When the Mughal dynasty was displaced, so too were many of the artists who then had to earn livings applying their craft to other objects such as walls and furniture. During the late 1800s, when Indian nationalism began to take place, a revival of the traditional arts led to the re-introduction of miniature painting into the educational system where artists could earn specialties in it. Today, the art of miniature painting is one of the more popular and traditional methods of art especially found in the graduates of the National College of Arts in Lahore, Pakistan, the only school in the world offering a specialty in miniature painting. Modern miniature artists apply traditional Mughal methods in their depictions of the contemporary world and the political and lifestyle issues in Pakistan. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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