Selecting a signaling site and putting your signal in a suitable location is critical. a signaling site is defined as any site, based on your situation that enhances signaling efforts and the likelihood for the signal to be detected by friendly forces. what is a signaling site criterion?
the answer is b: supply and demand.
supply and demand is an economic model of price determination in a market, and labor is one important element in the equation. production costs is one of the determinants of supply, and the labor contibutes to production. productive growth is important to the firm, the reason the company needs to meet its obligations to workers: conditions, environment protection, etc.
war proves without doubt that the savage self is in control. i study the holocaust. what i have discovered is that there were about 10000 righteous people recorded according to sir martin guilbert, probably the most notable authority on the history of the holocaust (wwii). you could check out the population of europe in 1939 and again sometime after 1945. there definitely was a decrease. you could put some of that on the jews who were captured and killed.
i bring up guilbert because his history shows how few people were willing to take on the job of rescuing jews. many agreed with the killing of innocent civilians (older men and women, young children). even now holocausts have not been done away with. they have occurred in many countries. i am caught with the problem of explaining the righteous, however few there were.
there are good, principled, righteous people who do rise to the occasion. they are extremely difficult to ignore and they should be applauded and recognized for who they are and what they did. but there is too few of them.
so i believe in time of stress, our savage self prevails. war is the ultimate test of what you are trying to decide about.
the narrator is paul laurence dunbar.
paul laurence dunbar is one of the most widely known- and probably one of the best- poets to write in dialect. my favorite poem of his is without qualification the poet and his song (a poem written in standard english), yet every time i read one of his dialect poems (or any such poem for that matter) i’m always moved in a way that doesn’t happen with standard english reads. both have their beauty, but poems in dialect seem to me to impart an apperception of culture that poems in grammatically correct english cannot. it is in this sense that i feel poems in dialect are prettier and more interesting. (don't get me wrong, almost all of my favorite poems are in 'correct' syntax.)
i think you can get two sentences you like from there