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Yogita Ingle 18 hours ago

The boys returned the horse to Byro not because they were fraid but because their conscience pricked them.When John Byro met the boys,.the stolen horse was with them. John Byro recognized his horse but refused to believe that Mourad and Aram had stolen it. According to him, the fame of their honesty was widely known. This was the juncture when the conscience stricken boys decided to return the horse.  

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Deepak Kumar 18 hours ago

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Yogita Ingle 19 hours ago

Uncle Khosrov is a character from the story, 'The summer of the beautiful white horse' written by Willian Saroyan. This character strikes as funny with his immediate dismissal of any problem with a "It's no harm, pay no attention to it".
Uncle Khosrov is the uncle of the protagonist Aram. He is notorious for his bad temper. He is highly impatient and set aside any problem without even listening to the details. When his son reported that their house is on fire, he shouted the same 'It's no harm, pay no attention to it'. Now it is a matter of debate whether this is because he is slightly mad or he is just bad tempered and impatient.
When Mourad, Aram's cousin 'borrowed' Mr. Byro's horse, so that they could ride it for a while, he was rather thoughtless and risked the reputation of their tribe for honesty. It made Aram wonder if he has inherited Uncle Khosrov's impulsive nature. At the end of the story when John Byro came to their house to complain about his horse being stolen, Uncle Khosrov shouted at him asking him not to pay attention to it.
All the same. Uncle Khosrov strictly followed the Garoghlanian honesty.

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Rajender K 19 hours ago

अन्य व्यक्ति निजि संगठन और सरकार से संविधान व्यक्ति के अधिकारों की रक्षा करता है
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Yogita Ingle 20 hours ago

Yes, DrSadao can be called a brave man because he risked his life and saved a prisoner of war who belonged to a rival country. He put his duty as a doctor and humanity above everything else.

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Yogita Ingle 20 hours ago

Delicate realism: It refers to the alluring quality of the art which makes it seem real. It is an interest in or concern for the actual or real as opposed to abstract.

Illusionistic likeness: It refers to an adjective of the technique of using pictorial methods in order to deceive the eye. The reference is to an illusion created by the semblance of something.

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Yogita Ingle 20 hours ago

The CT Scan showed King Tut's neck vertebrae, a hand and several views of the rib-cage and a transaction of the skull. All of it showed that nothing had gone seriously wrong. 

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Yogita Ingle 20 hours ago

The Constitution of India guarantees six Fundamental Rights as follows:

  • Right to Equality
  • Right to Freedom
  • Right against Exploitation
  • Right to Freedom of Religion
  • Cultural and Educational Rights
  • Right to Constitutional Remedies These rights are of great importance because:
  • These rights assure a man for his overall development.
  • Without these rights, one’s life cannot be made worth living.
  • If these rights are violated, the court is responsible to justice.
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Sujal Kanaujiya 15 hours ago

5π/12 radian

Sujal Kanaujiya 15 hours ago

75°=75xπ/180 = 5π/12 Hence 75°=5π/12
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Payal Jain 20 hours ago

Understandability

Gaurav Seth 21 hours ago

Understandability is the concept that financial information should be presented so that a reader can easily comprehend it. 

Adherence to a reasonable level of understandability would prevent an organization from deliberately confusing financial information in order to mislead users of its financial statements.

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Gaurav Seth 21 hours ago

John Rawls: theory of Justice

• John Rawls argues that the only way we can arrive at a fair and just rule is if we imagine ourselves to be in a situation in which we have to make decisions about how society should be organised although we do not know which position we would ourselves occupy in that society.

• Rawls describes this as thinking under a ‘veil of ignorance’. He expects that in such a situation of complete ignorance about our possible position and status in society, each person would decide in the way they generally do, that is, in terms of their own interests.

• But since no one knows who he would be, and what is going to benefit him, each will predict the future society from the point of view of the worst-off.

• This would not help those who are born in a disadvantaged section of society.

• It is of course not easy to erase our identities and to imagine oneself under a veil of ignorance. But then it is equally difficult for most people to be self-sacrificing and share their good fortune with strangers.

• The merit of the ‘veil of ignorance’ position is that it expects people to just be their usual rational selves: they are expected to think for themselves and choose what they regard to be in their interest.

• Rawls therefore argues that rational thinking, not morality, could lead us to be fair and judge impartially regarding how to distribute the benefits and burdens of a society.
 

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Gaurav Seth 21 hours ago

When it comes to conditioning, one of the most important principles to understand is when to use different training methods and exercises throughout the training year. This is where the concept of general and specific conditioning comes into play and getting this right can be the difference between winning and losing.

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Gaurav Seth 20 hours ago

Unexpected and Sudden surprise 

At the start of the poem, the top of the Laburnum tree in the poem is silent and still. There is hardly any activity on it as the sunlight falls on it on a September afternoon. However, with the arrival of the goldfinch, it suddenly becomes a place of feverish activity. The silence of the place is broken by the twittering and chirruping of the chicks and the goldfinch.

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Tec Om 12 hours ago

8-9i
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Yogita Ingle 22 hours ago

The author and his grandmother shared a relationship which was very strong.The author had a lot of respect and admiration for his grandmother and her love for the author was limitless.Earlier, they shared everything including the room.This closeness strengthened their bond. When the author was asked to shift to the city along with his grandmother to stay with his parents,their relationship underwent a change. Their interaction became less as the author grew older. He moved to a foreign university for five years. Even though now the physical proximity was less, conversation lesser,but the basic foundation of their relationship was extremely strong. The grandmother kept a tenacious hold on to her life till her grandson returned from abroad. Only after seeing him, she breathed her last.

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