What is gestational diabetes?

What is gestational diabetes?

  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is the only way the Friar’s plans have NOT failed? How is this foreshadowed in the Prologue…

The Friar’s plan has pretty much failed. Romeo and Juliet have both died instead of being able to live together happily ever after like Friar Lawrence wanted them to. But it was not a complete…

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  • SCIENCE

What is gestational diabetes?

Gestational diabetes is a kind of diabetes that occurs only during pregnancy. It is something that is not really dangerous for the mother in any way, but it can hurt the health of the unborn baby….

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  • SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE

Is Vonnegut an optimist?

I congratulate you on doing some thinking. Whether you’re right or wrong about Vonnegut you are to be commended. I do suggest, however, that you’re misinterpreting Vonnegut. I’ve heard Vonnegut…

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  • ACROSS FIVE APRILS

What does the lable “copperhead” have to do with the Creightons in Across Five Aprils?

During the Civil War, there were a lot of people in the North who did not approve of the war. Many of them believed that the Southern states should be free to have slavery if they wanted. Many of…

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  • MARTIN LUTHER

What were two main goals of Mathin luther?Using 3 of his theses, rewrite them in your own words…

According to Martin Luther, in his preface to the 95 Theses: Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, the following propositions will be discussed at Wittenberg, under the…

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  • IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

Can you describe the setting from In the Heat of the Night?

The Heat of the Night takes place in a small, sultry town of Wells, North Carolina in the heated civil rights movement era of the 1960s. Heat is alluded to many times in this novel; it symbolizes…

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  • THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET

In The House on Mango Street, how does Esperanza’s environment affect her?

Esperanza’s environment affects her in profound ways. The physical elements of her community as well as the social relationships she finds there leave a mark on Esperanza as she grows up. First,…

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  • FAULKNER’S (WILLIAM) SHORT FICTION

Barn Burning and A Rose for EmilyWhat are some of the similarties between these two stories. Are…

Both stories illustrate the belief in strong Southern ideals as well as a tendency to live in the past. There are characters in both stories who focus more on events and people in the past than in…

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  • IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

Can anyone decribe the setting from In the heat of the night book..

The main setting is Wells, Carolina. In the month of August. The time span is approximately a week time. It is set in the past around the 60’s.

  • LAW AND POLITICS

Should the “right to die” be considered a right?

I would say yes, under certain circumstances. I think that people should have the right to choose to die in a dignified way. However, I think that there have to be limits and safeguards on this…

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  • SCIENCE

Why must a patient have a empty stomach when having surgery?

When a patient has something as invasive as surgery, one’s system can easily become upset. If someone has food in the stomach, the resulting nausea, etc. can cause the patient to aspirate this…

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  • ALL MY SONS

Who was Frank Lubey in the book All My Sons?

Frank is a 32-year-old character who managed to be one year ahead of the draft. He never served in WWII. Instead, he stayed home, and as a result, began dating and married George‚Äôs former…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

What is some symbolism that is produced in “The Most Dangerous Game”?

The color crimson is a subtle detail that appears at least twice in the short story. First, as Rainsford washes up on shore, he notices the color on the “lacerated” plants. Next, we are told…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the key differences between “solid modernity” and “liquid modernity” as described by…

Some differences between “solid modernity” and “liquid modernity,” as described by Zygmut Baiman in Liquid Modernity, relate to the (1) resistance of the abstract idea of modernity (i.e., “the…

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  • CINEMA

The Village movie questions ?1. what was happening to the foxes? why? 2. make a list of how this…

I can not answer all of your questions but I can give you some help. The movie the village is about a society of people who have chosen to live a simple life away from modern ideations and…

  • SCIENCE

Compare and contrast the clouds with high and low condensation level.

CLOUD A visible collection of minute particle matter, such as water droplets and/or ice crystals, in the free air. A cloud forms in the atmosphere as a result of condensation of water vapor….

  • A PASSAGE TO INDIA

What’s the plot summary of A Passage to India?

This is a novel concerning British colonialism in India. It is the story of strained relationships and culture clashes. You can read the plot summary right nere on eNotes. There are also several…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, do Oberon and Titania have any children?If Oberon and Titania of A…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (MND) is the script for a play, and, as such, provides even less background information and character description than, say, a novel would. Basically, we only have the…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

What is the mood (and some quotes that show the mood) of “Everyday Use”?

In Alice Walker’s short story “Everyday Use,” the reader is meant to confide in Mrs. Johnson’s narration and her values. The mood of the story makes the reader empathize with Mrs. Johnson and…

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  • HAMLET

I have to write an essay about the victimization of women un Hamlet and The Jade Peony, but I am…

It’s an old Chinese convention to elevate the life of a boy above that of a girl. Male children are viewed as much more valuable than female children. Joo-Liang struggles with this issue, which is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How does technology make a student’s life better?How does technology make a student’s life better?

I would say that it does this by making a student’s life easier and more fun. Through technology, a student can do their class work much more easily than before. They can find journal articles…

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  • SCIENCE

How will the breeze help you find the ocean at 4 P.M.?

Around 4 in the afternoon, you should be able to find the ocean by following the breeze. The breeze should be blowing in from the ocean over the land. So if you go in the direction that the…

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  • THE TELL-TALE HEART

How do the characters’ choices influence the outcome in “The Tell-Tale Heart”?

We are led to believe that the narrator was staying in the old man’s house, so the old man biggest mistake was not recognizing the true nature of his guest. The narrator’s carefully laid plans were…

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  • SCIENCE

Where does blood come from in each of the following structures?superior vena cava? inferior vena…

Superior vena cava, inferior vena cava and pulmonary veins are all veins through which blood from the body flows into the heart. Blood from the body, after it has supplied oxygen to the body and…

  • SCIENCE

In normal circulation, where does the blood go next when it leaves the aorta? Pulmonary artery?…

Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to various parts of the body. The aorta is the largest artery in the body, which receives oxygenated blood from the heart for circulation…

  • SCIENCE

Using the following parts, list them in the order through which air passes on its way to the…

When you inhale or inspire air the air travels a specific route. Most people are “nose breathers”, they inhale through the openings in the nose called nares. Hair in the nares acts to filter the…

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  • SCIENCE

Why might it be important that the left ventricle appears to be a thicker muscle?

The myocardium has four chambers, two atria superiorly, and two ventricles inferiorly. The left ventricle of the heart has a much larger and thicker mass than any other chamber. The reason for this…

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  • HISTORY

Loyalist and Patriots both argued that they sought to uphold the rule of law. How could that have…

It pretty much depends on how you define the rule of law. The Loyalists would have said that they were following the actual laws. They were doing what the legal authorities said they should do….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the advancements in computer for Society in the last 10 years?What are the dates of…

One very huge advancement that computers have made to society in the last ten years is changes in size. Computers used to be large and bulky. An example is monitors. They used to be incredibly…

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  • MATH

The equation h=-0.2t(2)+18t+10, where t is the hight above the ground in meters and t is the time…

I am assuming that the equation is: h=0.2t^2+18t+10 h is the hieght and t is the time! You did not specify what you need to determine in your question. however, looking at your equation we could…

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  • SCIENCE

Can a flatfoot be corrected?

Being flat footed is a permanent condition that can have genetic causes. It can also be caused by pregnancy, illness, injury, and prolonged stress on the foot. In this condition, the arch of the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

I need a moral dillemma scenerio for a case study on Kohlberg’s moral development. Any ideas?The…

Kohlberg believed that moral development is learned and that moral reasoning depended on a person’s development stage. Moral development, therefore, is a function of a person’s cognitive…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Francis upsets Scout when he says that no one wants Dill. Why is this a hypocritical statement…

I think this is ironic because no one wants Francis. His parents like to get rid of him for Christmas so they can go do what they want to without a kid. Scout makes it sound like Alexandra has to…

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  • SCIENCE

Please explain the four quadrants?

I am not sure which type of quadrants you are referring to, but since this is a science question I will discuss the abdominal quadrants. When examining the abdomen for trauma or illness you can…

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  • SCIENCE

Why do Doctors check your nails?

Like the skin and hair, the nails can be an indicator of good and poor health. Many underlying conditions can be indicated by the appearance and health of the finger and toe nails. Clubbing of…

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  • LIFE OF PI

In Life of Pi, list the stages from Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs that Pi goes through, and give…

At the beginning of the novel, Pi is free to pursue self-actualization; you see him doing this as he pursues his religious interests. It is only when your other needs are met (physical, safety,…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

How can Okonkwo justify killing himself?

He can’t. Who can justify suicide and self-destruction? It is irrational, a dark empty feeling. It has nothing to do with reason. Camus said suicide is the rejection of freedom. It is absurd….

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  • MACBETH

greed of power, feminist reading position.how does Lady Macbeth represent the greed for power in…

I’m not sure I agree with your supposition–that these scenes are indicative of Lady Macbeth’s “greed for power.” She does spend her time and energy in these scenes on helping Macbeth keep power,…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Act 5, scene 1. Define “irony.” How is the play of Pyramus and Thisbe ironic at Theseus &…

Excellent question! Any student studying this comedy neds to think about the relationship between the action of the main play and the action of this sub-play that is a play wthin a play….

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  • THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON

Which character is most admirable in the story?

To me, this book is not very strong on characterization. In a lot of ways, the only character who has any sort of distinct personality is the father. I know that the various boys have their own…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the impacts of the female/male gender on language, and what are some examples? This is…

In sociolinguistics, scientists study the effects of many aspects of society on language. Gender is one of these aspects that affects the way people use language. Linguist Robin Tolmach Lakoff…

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  • THE TELL-TALE HEART

What is “The Tell-Tale Heart” about? Can most people relate to the story? Why or why not?

Basically, “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe is about an unnamed man (the narrator) who is driven mad by an old man’s eye. The man feels compelled to get rid of the eye, so he murders the…

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  • ROMANTICISM

How do Romantics,especially Wordsworth and Coleridge,view nature?

Excellent question, though you are only allowed to ask one question at any one time. Before starting my answer, I have included some links below that you may find helpful in answering your…

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  • TO THE LADIES

What is the theme of this poem?I am lost..help! Iv dug and dug but cant find a good answer…

To find the theme of this poem, all you have to do is look at the words. It is not a poem that is using double meanings or anything. Look at the first two lines. They say that a wife and a…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

What are some of the similarties between Faulkner’s Barn Burning and A Rose for Emily?

“Barn Burning” and “A Rose for Emily” both focus on: Clannishness: staying intensely loyal to the family. One cannot betray father, either by giving him up to the judge if he burns barns or by…

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  • BUSINESS

why is information system evaluation significant? what are the attributes on the basis of which…

The attributes on the basis of which an information system is evaluated are:- timeliness – it measures the appropriateness of the time at which the information is provided by the system .sometimes…

  • HEART OF DARKNESS

What is a theme found both in Heart of Darkness and Tess of the d’Urbervilles? Need to be able…

One possible theme to explore in both of these works of fiction is the repercussions or consequences of leaving one’s native land and environment for distant shores. In Heart of Darkness, we see…

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  • THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

How is Christopher an unreliable narrator in Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time?

I can address the idea of Christopher as an unreliable narrator. There are many instances in the novel when the reader can piece together more of the situation than Christopher himself. For…

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  • SCIENCE

How does the process of osmosis differ from cell function?

Osmosis is the passage of a solvent through a semipermeable membrane, this separates solutions of different concentrations. Cells strive to balance these concentrations that are inside the cell…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the role of fibrin in blood clotting?

Fibrin is an insoluble protien found in blood. It is fibrous and aides in clotting by forming a fibrous mesh. This mesh entangles platelets over a wound site causing a plug to form. Fibrin is…

 


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