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Causal Rewrite: Nina

What Makes a Person Want to Die In the mix of Euthanasia and Assisted suicide taking part of how patients choose to die. We should move our focus to why people choose to voluntarily proceed with either procedure. Whether it … Continue reading

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Research: Nina

When speaking of incurable diseases and the suffering of patients with mental disorders, two options are made available. The first being euthanasia, the second being physician assisted suicide. Euthanasia is a method of the painless killing of a patient who … Continue reading

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Definition Essay: Nina

Distinguishing Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide When speaking of incurable diseases and the suffering of patients with mental disorders, two options are made available. The first being euthanasia, the second being physician assisted suicide. Euthanasia is a method of the … Continue reading

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Grammar Exercise- Nina

If a primary caregiver has a negative attitude toward their child, it increases the risk that their child will grow up hostile towards others. And its not just aggression toward others that results from child abuse. A large amount of … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite- Nina

The Coworker #That’s Harassment 0:00-0:04 The focus fades from black , we are now introduced to a new room. The camera is shaky and moves as though we are viewing the scene from outside. Most likely because of the window … Continue reading

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Enough about you- Nina

Money seems to have a big role in our society; people can’t do much or get far if they don’t have any. Money is valuable in different ways, even when one doesn’t see it physically. In today’s society, individuals must … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Essay: Nina

Physicians Approve Assisted Suicide The argument of assisted suicide and its “easy access” to assist people in the alternative to help depression has patients and clinically diagnosed patients on a slippery slope. In Oregon, the “Death with Dignity” law allows … Continue reading

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