Which of the following numbers, when rounded off to the nearest thousand, becomes 7 541 000? A 7 530 798 C 7 540 618 ( B 7 531 300 D 7 541 503 5. When 690 203 is broken down according to its digit values, it becomes A 690 000 + 20 + 3 B 690 000 + 200 + 3 C 600 000 + 9 000 + 200 + 3 D 600 000 + 90 000 + 200 + 3 ( 6. Which of the following numbers is the nearest to 1 million? A 989 799 C 1 000 100 ( B 997 899 D 1 100 000 7.
This shows how she is able to attract every single male no matter where she is. Henceforth, it puts more emphasis on how a woman is backed up to carry out the “male desire” (Lancaster 124). She becomes what every single male out there is looking for and embodies their “fantasy, like a porno star” (Lancaster 124). Summer likes to be independent and can survive by herself. “You don’t believe that a woman could enjoy being free and independent” ((500) Days of Summer).
The admiration everyone held for the garden shows what women were capable of doing at those time—that they never gave up. Another example where Walker praises women is in the essay "Beauty: When the Other Dancer Is the Self." In this beautiful piece of writing, she describes a childhood experience she had when her brother shot her with a BB gun and wounded her eye; this bought down her self-esteem and destroyed her confidence. At the end, however, Walker opens up her eyes and sees that she truly is beautiful no matter what. Her purpose is to show that every woman is beautiful
As the models are changing, we’re given close up shots of each of them preparing for their day and the use of costume is effective because you see all the models wearing lingerie which shows women as sexual objects for men. When Andy enters the ‘Runway’ building she is in complete contrast with the rest of the world hence showing that she is crossing the threshold. Andy is an outsider and she is promptly judged on her exterior appearance by Emily. “Human resources certainly has an odd sense of humour.” This goes to show that not only men construct female stereotype but women also establish this idea on gender based on status, wealth and appearance. Although this movie is well known for the gender stereotype, there is also many examples throughout the film with characters who subvert these ideas.
Lauren Clinton (Janice) played her role as the bully. She made you hate her at the beginning and later she was able to convince us that she had changed. I really enjoyed watching this movie because it was very convincing that this magical place did really exist. I remained intrigue during the whole movie. A great scene was when they discovered the crashed car.
Calixta commits adultery and the storm passes. Calixta is characterized as a beautiful, hardworking, and adulterous woman/wife. Kate Chopin portrays Calixta's beauty by stating the following, "She had lost nothing of her vivacity. Her blue eyes still retained their melting quality; and her yellow hair, dishevelled by the wind and rain, kinked more stubbornly than ever about her ears and temples." (Chopin 154).
His innocence and lack of knowledge about what was going on in the concentration camp, lead him to a tragic death. Your book taught me a life lesson that, innocence can lead to tragedy. Your book has made me to recognize that innocence in this case became an ignorance, which lead to tragedy. Bruno was so innocent that he refused to see anything wrong. Even though he witnessed many horrible things, he could not believe in his Father’s true work.