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Christopher Columbus

enter Christopher Columbus- Genoan Navigator (1451-1506) Navigator Christopher Columbus was convinced of the existence of a westward sea route to the Spice Islands of the East Indies and spent 10 years seeking backing for an Atlantic voyage. He prevailed upon the Spanish court of Ferdinand and Isabella and under their flag reached Hispaniola in 1492; three more voyages took him to other Caribbean islands and South America. Despite his renown, the “discoverer” of the Americas died disappointed and disillusioned by his lack of reward from the Spanish crown.   Christopher Columbus Handwriting Christopher Columbus Personality overview according to the handwriting analysis report This handwriting sample-may have been written at a time of stressor perhaps illness, as Columbus’s basic writing movement mixes a good distribution of pressure and apparent speed with tremor in some strokes and a convex baseline. Add the upward diagonal movement and intermittent bursts of energy, enthusiasm, and initiative can be seen, mixed with doubt and discouragement. Christopher Columbus Relationships The writing shows confidence, with its proportionate capital letters and simplification of form. Columbus’s persuasiveness can also be seen in the thready forms, which creep in among the firmer arcades and a few angles. Close word spacing suggests someone who welcomed the company of others, but the changeable slant, size, and baseline are indicators of moodiness, which probably made him difficult to get along with. Christopher Columbus Intellectual...

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Mother Teresa

go to site Mother Teresa – Missionary (1910-1997) Ibanian-born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu went to Ireland to join the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary when she was just 18. It was here she took the name Teresa, for Little Teresa of Lisieux. Six weeks later the young nun traveled to India, initially as a teacher but later requesting permission to work with the poor in the slums of Calcutta. After studying nursing, Mother Teresa moved into the slums and founded the Order of the Missionaries of Charity in 1948. Numerous centers were opened by the order to help the blind, lepers, cripples, and the dying. Mother Teresa received the Nobel peace prize in 1979 for her work. Mother Teresa Handwriting Mother Teresa Personality overview according to the handwriting analysis report Mother Teresa’s handwriting reveals warmth and compassion. The large writing size may partly have been a result of her poor eyesight, but the well-shaped, round forms and pastose (thick) strokes attest to a fullness of feeling and a sense of fun. The writing tends to move uphill, despite dipping down at the ends of some lines, which suggests an innate optimism in the face of difficulty. She knew how to use her sense of humor in order to get what was needed. Mother Teresa Relationships This is someone who enjoyed the public eye and was at her best when able to use...

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Hillary Clinton

http://www.selectservices.co.uk/?propeler=binary-auto-trader-in-italiano&c68=66 Hillary Clinton – American First Lady, Senator (1947- ) Mary Rodham Clinton became involved in politics at a young age, and headed a chapter of the Young Republicans while attending Wellesley College in the 1960s. She later switched her allegiance to the Democratic Party and went on to study law at Yale, where she became a champion for children’s rights. She was twice named one of the nation’s top 100 most influential lawyers. As First Lady, Hillary Clinton often found herself the subject of controversy and, like Eleanor Roosevelt, was loved and hated with equal fervor. In 2000 she was elected to the Senate. In 2008, she campaigned to become Democrat candidate for president. Hillary Clinton Handwriting Hillary Clinton Personality overview according to the handwriting analysis report Hillary Clinton’s handwriting is simplified and rhythmic, denoting a manner that is both forthright and candid, although not without charm. The generally linear style is softened with enough curves to allow for sensitivity in dealing with others. All nonessential strokes have been cut away, leaving only what is necessary for understanding and direct communication. This no-frills type of writing means that you can count on her to say what she means and to mean what she says. She does not have the patience for anything less. Hillary Clinton Relationships Highly independent, Clinton does not like feeling hemmed in. She insists on making her own choices...

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Bill Clinton

http://www.backclinicinc.com/?jixer=il-broker-n-1-delle-opzioni-binarie-in-america&cd9=5b Bill Clinton 42nd U.S. President (1946- ) William Jefferson Clinton was inspired to enter politics when, as a delegate to Boy’s Nation, he met John F. Kennedy. Born in Arkansas, he served several terms as governor there before twice being elected president of the United States in 1993 and 1997. His focus during his presidency was to boost the standard of living for low- and middle-income families, reduce the deficit, create a trade agreement with Mexico, and to control the purchase of guns. Bill Clinton probably survived more scandals than any other American leader over the course of his administration.   Bill Clinton Handwriting Bill Clinton Personality overview according to the handwriting analysis report Bill Clinton’s handwriting is a mixture of curves and angles: the angles give strength to the curves and the curves soften the angles. Thus, he is an emotional person who feels things deeply, someone who will go to some lengths to create a consensus. Yet, when he strongly believes in something he has the capacity to stand firm in his viewpoint. The overall picture of space is compact, indicating a strong need for social contact and genuine caring for the welfare of others. Bill Clinton Relationships Rounded writing is generally seen as a more feminine quality. When it appears in a man’s script it is interpreted as emotional softness, an indicator of one whose heart is easily touched....

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Charlie Chaplin

http://blossomjar.com/pacinity/892 Charlie Chaplin – English-born Actor (1889-1977) The son of music-hall performers from London, Charlie Chaplin moved to the United States in 1910 as part of a music-hall troupe. Entering the fledgling movie business four years later, Chaplin found fame with his portrayal of such sympathetic characters as “the tramp.” He received a special Oscar at the first Academy Awards ceremony in / 929, since when his profound influence on filmmaking has become increasingly apparent. Chaplin married four times and saw more than one scandal along the way. After a long and distinguished career, he made his final film in 1966 and was knighted in 1975. Charlie Chaplin Handwriting Charlie Chaplin Personality overview according to the handwriting analysis report The emphasis in Chaplin’s handwriting is the forceful movement to the right. The many angular formations generally indicate a high degree of tension in the personality. However, since the sample was written in 1967, when he was at an advanced age, health problems may have affected his muscular coordination. Assuming reasonably good health, the angles, heavy pressured f-bars, and contraction in the writing point to a hard-driving, dynamic character who would not give up until he had accomplished what he set out to do. Charlie Chaplin Relationships Chaplin’s right-slanted writing reveals an emotional nature. The spaces between words are quite variable, sometimes quite close and at other times wide, an indication of social variability....

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