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The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Dinah Dunlap Ms Mueller English IV 11 December 2017 Willing to Kill In the play The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare the character Macbeth wanted to king so bad that he became ambitious Macbeth was forced to do whatever it took to become king Lady Macbeth made Macbeth do things that he wouldn t even think of doing Macbeth was not willing to kill anyone but with the help of his wife and ambition Macbeth would do anything Ambition can cause a person to do anything to get what they want and it may lead to tragedy In act one Macbeth was a high ranking person and was loyal to the king Lady Macbeth thinks her husband would be a great king but he just isn t evil enough Lady Macbeth says Macbeth doesn t have what it takes to be an evil spirt Thou would be great art not without ambition but without the illness should attend it I 7 18 20 This quote shows that Lady Macbeth is pressuring Macbeth to be something that he is not The three witches meet Macbeth and Banquo and told them their prophesy that Macbeth would be king someday and that Banquo wouldn t be king but his sons would Macbeth thought if he had a chance to be king why chance may crown him without his stir meaning he will let fate decide if he will be king or not 

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In the event that there is a TN limit

In the event that there is a TN limit at that point nitrification and denitrification will be essential once the influent and effluent characteristics of the system are resolved the engineer will typically consult SBR makers for a prescribed design In view of these parameters and other site specific parameters for example temperature key design parameters are chosen for the system EPA 1999 An example of these parameters for a wastewater system loading is given in Table 1 Table 1 Key design parameters for a conventional loads EPA 1999 Municipal Industrial Food to Mass F M 0 15 0 4 day 0 15 0 6 day Treatment Cycle duration 4 0 hours 4 0 24 hours Typically low water level MLSS 2 000 2 500mg l 2 000 4 000mg l Hydraulic Retention Time 6 14 hours various TEMPERATURE INFLUENCE ON ANNAMOX The span of temperatures in which the existence and activity of anammox micro organisms has been recognized to be wide The micro organisms were found in maximum environments with temperatures as high as 60 80 oC such as in hot springs hydrothermal vents or high temperature oil repositories and as low as 5 to 4 oC in river or marine sediments The anammox process assumes a particular part in marine conditions and can be in charge of 30 50 nitrogen removal in these waters Mariusz et al 2017 The optimal temperature values for most anammox species utilized in wastewater treatment are within the range 30 40 oC This implies the required temperature is significantly higher than the average municipal wastewater temperature

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