Non-Fiction Writing: Final Exam Review, 5 Paragraph Essay Structure Argumentative, 5 Paragraph Research Essay Structure Text, 5 Paragraph Statistical Essay Structure Text

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This paragraph is the ______________ of this speech: Let us consider several examples from the lives of three remarkable women. First of all, a researcher and inventor in the livestock industry, Temple Grandin, used her sensitivity to carefully observe the terrified behavior of cattle in slaughterhouses and used her empathy to design curved chutes that greatly reduced cattle deaths from panic. This helped slaughterhouses run much more efficiently and peacefully for both the animals and handlers, saving the ranches enormous profits each year. Next, Zhang Xin, who has been called by many as the builder of Beijing, is the billionaire real estate developer of SOHO. Although her husband manages the company, Zhang Xin uses her sensitivity and empathy to design buildings that meet the needs of a variety of professional clients. Last of all, the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, who has been called the world's most powerful woman and second most powerful person by Forbes magazine, is known for her ability to lead collaboration between different political factions as head of the European Council and for her consistent priorities to strengthen trans-Atlantic economic relations. This requires her to have great attention to detail and her ability to thoroughly understand diverse perspectives, showing her sensitivity and empathy. In this way these women made the relevant industries and even the economy of their countries more efficient and prosperous by using the strength of their shared femininity.
The following is which part of the 12 Angry Men essay?
The second reason why the boy cannot be proven guilty is the forensic evidence. True, the murder weapon was a switchblade with a rare pattern that looked exactly the same as the one that the boy had bought before his father's death, but by chance Juror 8 also had purchased a knife in the boy's neighborhood with the same identical pattern. If there are more knives with these same exact characteristics and one presumes Juror 8's innocence, then this forensic evidence cannot offer proof in light of the fact that it could be just another coincidence. Furthermore, Juror 2 notes that the height difference between the defendant and the victim was "seven inches" and that the angle of the stab wounds would have required the boy to stab down into his father's chest. Stabbing down, however, into a much taller person is not only awkward and unlikely, but the opposite of how an experienced switchblade user such as the boy would stab someone since releasing the blade requires an underhand grip on the handle. Finally, the prosecution contradicts itself because they reported that the boy left the knife in the body due to "panic" yet also claimed that he wiped his fingerprints off the knife to hide the crime. Since both the police and several neighbors witnessed the boy's panicked state that evening, it is more likely that another person killed the boy's father with gloves on and then left the knife to frame the boy. In this way, the forensic evidence proved that there was not enough evidence for the boy to be accused, further extending the reasonable doubt in the case.
This paragraph is the ______________________ of this essay: First of all, artificial insemination can be a source of stigma and trauma for children. According to Mundy's statistical study, most people are unable to see a child with his or her parents without looking for a resemblance between them (Mundy 194-95). This often leads to skepticism in regards to the parent's faithfulness and social judgement when strangers notice unexpected physical differences such as skin color or facial structure (i.e. damaging rumors of 'bastardness'). In addition, lobbying by the children of sperm donors has even resulted in changes in the law in New Zealand and the United Kingdom that prevents sperm donors from being anonymous or from refusing to be contacted by their biological children when they reach the age of eighteen (Wente). In another case, the parents of a man who was about to die but was being kept alive artificially asked a doctor to obtain sperm from him so that they could use it in in vitro fertilization and thus gain a grandchild (Marcotty and Yee). This grandchild felt very sad and confused when she found out that her father did not even intend to have a child and was forced without his permission to have a child (103). Thus, it is evident that children who result from the new reproductive technologies can be left with "genetic bewilderment" as they have an identity crisis that often leads to depression when their differences are emphasized by strangers, when they wonder about their real parents, and/or when they find out how they are unwanted by their biological family.