Pre-Christian[ edit ] The Indian Hindu epic, the Mahabharataoffers one of the first written discussions of a "just war" dharma-yuddha or "righteous war".
Harold is the ex-Magistrate in Pearl Bay and is Meredith's lover. Together they had a child who they gave up for adoption. Later in the series they discover their daughter lives in Pearl Bay, and is a well-known figure in the town.
Meredith runs the town's hotel and restaurant. She is locally renowned for her excellent memory of faces, names, dates, times and events, even decades later.
In one day, her life falls apart: On a whim, she takes a job as a magistrate in the small seaside town of Pearl Bay, where she once had a holiday with her family during happier times. In Pearl Bay, she meets a cast of colourful characters: While Laura's children, Rupert and Miranda, struggle to get used to their new life, Laura attempts to fit in, despite their run-down house and the eccentric court cases.
The first series ends with a series of climaxes involving Carmen's pregnancy, the discovery of Meredith and Harold's long-lost daughter; and a turning point in Laura and Dan's relationship. After a successful first series of 13 episodes, the ABC asked for more. Max has much to deal with, having left the town years earlier and leaving his family.
His wife's sudden death stuns the town. Storm damage in the aftermath of the first series means that Pearl Bay goes through serious trauma and things only get worse. Alison Whyte guest stars as a con artist who gets the better of Bob, and of the whole town.
Heather bonds with her parents. Rupert's determination to get Laura back together with her ex-husband only meets with disaster.
Later in the series, the town begins to specualte about Max and Laura's relationship, and the resulting confusion brings them closer. Bucket's dog Alfonzo Dominico Jones dies mysteriously and eventually a swimming pool is named after him, in preference to the originally planned name, the ' Jelly Baby Bath', named after Pearl Bay's aforementioned mayor.
The ABC then commissioned a third series. Series 3 In the third series, the events of the show reach their climax.
Laura decides not to take the step in her relationship with Max, propelling a despondent Max into Carmen's arms. An in-denial Laura turns to the sweet but dull Warwick Shaun Micallef.
Heather and Bob's separation is followed by his political demise.
Meredith's health takes a turn for the worse.Biological warfare, with its scary and immoral implications (the turning of medical knowledge into a weapon), plays a lead role in maintaining this view.
“Rogue State” as Practice Ideologies justify practices. Biological warfare (BW)—also known as germ warfare—is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi with the intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war.
Thesis: Biological Warfare is morally and inhumanely wrong, It is the wrongful killing of men, women, and children.
It should be stopped no matter what the circumstances are. I. Introduction into the bad effects of biological warfare through some examples. a. Example of single affect of biological warfare b. BBC: Sea level fears as Greenland darkens / July 24, Scientists are "very worried" that the melting of the Greenland ice sheet could accelerate and raise sea levels more than expected.
They say warmer conditions are encouraging algae to grow and darken the surface. Sea Change (Powlik novel) topic. Sea Change is a novel by oceanographer James Powlik published in It is an environmental thriller about a harmful algal bloom. Sea Change is a novel by oceanographer James Powlik published in It is an environmental thriller about a .
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