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Free Parking will Never be Free - Whenever I have dinner at a restaurant, I feel happy to see a large hanging sign in front of the restaurant saying “free parking in rear”. It means I can save a couple dollars for parking and enjoy the dinner. I believe most of people have the same experience of finding a free parking space. However, parking is never free, even it labeled with free parking. We have already paid something but we just do not realize it. In 2013, Paul Kennedy argued in his presentation program CBC radio Ideas that “parking causes huge economic, environmental, and even social problems” (“Paying for Parking”)....   [tags: parking technology, urban development]
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Inadequate Parking in College Campuses - Sheridan College rests at the bottom of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, in a small, friendly Western town where everyone believes that everyone else is their neighbor and treats them as such. After a week at Sheridan College, I guarantee that any visitor would mistake it for Heaven; that is, except for one issue: the lack of parking on campus. Nearly every time in the past that I have attempted to locate a desirable parking spot, I have failed and have had to settle for a spot at least five minutes away from my intended location....   [tags: solutions to solve lack of parking]
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A Criticism of Parking Policies in Society - The concept of parking is not normally included when discussing the most profitable industries in the world. However, the topic of parking has no longer considered a luxury, but is now seen as a necessity. The main cause of society’s view for parking is the parking polices that developers are required to follow. These policies have lead societies dependence on vehicles as their main source of transportation. Therefore these policies have created a business, which has influenced technological advancement causing economic, environmental, and social problems in our society by creating a chain reaction of cause and effects....   [tags: profitable industries, automobiles]
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Recognition of a Parking Issue - When dining out, I always feel excited when I see a large sign in front of the restaurant saying “free parking in rear”. It means that I could save a couple of dollars while enjoying dinner. I believe that most people have the same experience. However, even if labelled “free parking”, parking is actually not free, since we have already paid something for it without realizing it. In general, parking creates economic and environmental problems, and even social issues, as Paul Kennedy argues in his 2013 CBC radio program Ideas, (“Paying for Parking”)....   [tags: environmental problems, prices]
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Parking at BSU, Possible or Not - Parking at BSU, Possible or Not With the diversity of students that attend the University, there are a variety of challenges and advantages that are unique to each sector. Parking on the Boise State University Campus can be a difficult and frustrating but with a little bit of help and information, you can maneuver your way anywhere. Parking is a function that is necessary and required by almost everyone that visits or uses the Boise State University campus. This may range from teachers to visitors to employees....   [tags: College]
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Parking Issues in Urban Areas - ... • Vehicle and log information is maintained in a database manager. • Emergency situations (e.g. fire) will not be considered here. • Standard size of a parking slot is taken considering maximum car size. • In order to recognize accurate Vehicle number proper position should be maintained. • A little manual interference for guiding the drivers. • Recognization of number plate depends on lights and standard fonts used. 2. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PARADIGM It is meant by process model. The process model for software engineering is considered because of the nature of the project, its application, the methods and tools to be used, controls and deliverables that are required....   [tags: drivers, software, vehicles] 1188 words
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Race to the Kmart Parking Lot - ... The nitro racers might have thrown a connecting rod and don’t have a spare rod for that motor. The servos and receivers went down, or their cars have broken parts on them and have no way of fixing them and they are waiting for the parts to come in due to the hobby shop didn’t have the parts in sock and waiting for them to come in. Sometimes they just say they don’t feel like coming that day. Even though scheduling is sometimes a problem, K-mart parking lot is still my favorite place because this is where friends and I come together and enjoy good food....   [tags: personal reflection and andecdotes] 606 words
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Parking Policies on Campus - As a non-traditional student of the University Mary Hardin Baylor, I can say parking policies could use some changes. I understand the need for parking policies for safety and security reasons, but some parking rules are just ridiculous. My family has four vehicles, only one of them has a UMHB parking sticker. This sticker was issued at registration; it is one of the many hidden fees that are added into tuition. I sometimes drive different vehicles to campus. When I drive different vehicles, I have to go to campus police to get a temporary parking permit....   [tags: Campus Issues] 801 words
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The Real Parking War - “1. The Customer is always right. 2. If you have money, you have the right to get whatever that money can buy you... But in the parking lot they were simply not true.” (Eckman, 2010) The Parking Lot Movie is a documentary based on The Corner Parking Lot in Charlottesville, Virginia. The director spent three years documenting this parking lot and the eccentric characters who work there as attendants. This movie is mostly a compilation of interviews with the attendants and scenes from daily life at the lot....   [tags: Movie Review]
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Parking Lot Paradise: Callowhill - ... Callowhill’s decline was the result of deindustrialization in Philadelphia and a failed urban renewal effort, but the neighborhood is making a comeback as a residential hotspot. In the years before the turn of the twentieth century Philadelphia was still feeling the effects of the “Workshop of the World” and was a city on the rise. The latter years to follow the turn of the century the people and city of Philadelphia experienced the highs and lows of war, recession, depression, post-industrialism and the renewal of the city....   [tags: immigration, philadelphia, industries] 1819 words
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Parking on Campus - Parking on campus needs improving. Students entering the university are allowed to have a car on campus. With every new freshmen class entering parking posses a problem on campus. The campus is already limited in its parking on campus and since freshmen are allowed to have cars, the students before them are faced with the dilemma of how many new freshmen will be bringing a car to school. Parking by the dormitories is almost impossible. Students who live at particular dorms find themselves faced with the problem of having to park on the other side of campus....   [tags: essays research papers] 335 words
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Intelligent Multiple-level Parking Space - ... The new parking lot will be designed to complement the existing concrete buildings in VIU. The Figure 2 shows that new parking spaces looks like. Moreover, it will have a circular/spiral entrance that leads to four parking levels. Each of these levels will be rectangular in shape and will accommodate 200 cars. The interior will be well lit with covered light fixtures powered in part by solar panels on the roof. This energy saving feature will be beneficial to VIU, for it signifies environment awareness of the need to be ‘power smart’....   [tags: needs for an over population of vehicles]
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Parking on Campus - Parking on Campus is a Pain New students entering Western Michigan University are allowed to have a car on campus. With every new freshmen class entering each year, parking poses a problem. WMU is already limited in its parking on campus and since freshmen are allowed to have cars, the students are faced with the dilemma of having nowhere to park or parking quite far from their destination. There are parking problems all over the campus, creating backups in residence hall and other lots, resulting in students parking illegally to avoid walking far distances, which can be quite irritating in the bitter cold....   [tags: essays research papers] 1644 words
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Parking the Car - Parking the Car Today has been like most days. I wandered in a dreamlike state from class to class, across a campus with falling fiery leaves, up three flights of beer-stained stairs, into a room littered with the debris of my chaotic existence, and straight back into a chronically unmade bed. I chased images and thoughts in my mind, getting nowhere, while faintly aware of music drifting from my computer. I closed my eyes without trying, and dreamt without sleeping, and thought without thinking real thoughts....   [tags: Short Story New York Papers] 4676 words
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Parking Deck Project Of University ______________ - Parking Deck Project of University The University of ________________ has been confronted with claims of parking shortages over the past several years. Many of these claims were not supported by any facts or figures that explained the cause of the parking shortages. In fact, some of the claims of insufficient parking were based on students not being able to locate parking spaces in the parking lots adjacent to their first class. Due to recent and projected enrollment increases, there now exist a genuine parking shortage....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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It's Time to Redesign the Parking Lot - When the bell rings for students to go home the quiet and serene field of asphalt in front of school becomes a sinkhole and everyone is fighting to get out. Most school parking lots are accessible, safe, and orderly; the Hinckley-Big Rock High School parking lot is an accident waiting to happen. With so many problems, a slight redesign of the schools main parking lot would seem practical. Anytime the idea of making any corrections or additions to the parking lot comes up in a discussion, the notion is put down due to the time the parking lot would be unusable while under renovation....   [tags: Persuasive Essay] 785 words
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Should Downtown Atlanta Have Free Parking - Should Downtown Atlanta have free parking. Atlanta is one of the most visited cities in America. The most common place people like to visit when coming to Atlanta is Downtown. Downtown Atlanta is a huge place located at the center of the city. Downtown has everything to offer from shopping centers to historic buildings. These are the many things that Downtown Atlanta has to offer. Downtown being the most busies place in Atlanta creates a lack of parking that has become a big issue for the visitors and residents....   [tags: policies, public works]
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Parking, a Major Problem on Campus - Parking, a Major Problem on Campus Why do students and their parents pay such a large amount of money to attend the University of Dayton if there is not going to be any place for parking. I am a first year student at the university so I understand that I am not permitted to have my car on campus (Handbook). My boyfriend on the other hand, lives at least a half hour away and comes to visit me several times a week. He arrives and has to drive for a very long time trying to find a place to park where he will not receive a ticket....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Parking Lots, the Story of Urban Redevelopment in Callowhill - ... This caused unsatisfactory living conditions and the decline of property values within the neighborhood and the areas surrounding Callowill, Northern Liberties, Old City and Chinatown. The elimination of the blight, massive improvement to civil infrastructure and the expansion of new and existing industry in the area are vital to the prosperity of the neighborhood and city. The opening paragraphs depict the efforts that will be necessary to assure the success of the neighborhood and the city as a whole, these ideas for improvement on the surface are followed shortly by the underlying tone of redevelopment that would permeate throughout the project and haunt Callowhill long after the rede...   [tags: the decline of Industry in an Industrial town]
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The Physics Behind Parking - Background: After a long day of cruising through town with your buddy, the two of you have grown quite an appetite. You spot a McDonalds at the top of a very steep hill. Unfornately a local biker gang must of had the same idea. Encredibly, the only available parking spot is on the street, uphill of nearly 15 Harleys. There are no other restaurants for 100 miles in all directions. Famished, your friend skillfully manuvers his car to the side of the road. The breaks shudder as the car comes to a stop on the hill....   [tags: physics science cars vehicles] 1403 words
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Let's Put an End to Parking Problems! - Let's Put an End to Parking Problems.   I would like to see the parking and traffic crunch on and around this campus eased. Unless a student arrives before 8 o'clock in the morning or in the afternoon, cruising the parking lots or streets for a place to park is routine. Even buying a parking sticker does not mean you will have the privilege of a space. Competition for spaces during the rush hours of 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. is cutthroat. Would-be parkers stake out sections of a parking row and sit in their cars hoping someone in their section will leave....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 641 words
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Will Higher Income Areas Mean Higher Tips for Parking Attendants in South Africa - ... The participation was voluntary and they were clearly informed as to the topic, procedure and ethical considerations of the project. All participants were mature males and African, but not necessarily South African, some were from other African countries. All the participants could speak English which was the language of the study. Not all participants could read and write. Methodology This study will follow a quantitative research approach. Qualitative research is used to collected results that can be standardised to the specific group of people in question (parking attendants)....   [tags: average earnings, car theft prevention]
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Everyone Needs Food : Difference in Supermarkets - I started my search to understand the different demographics of supermarkets on Saturday November ninth. I began my search by driving about five minutes from my house too Whole Foods in Cranston, Rhode Island. As I put my left blinker on I noticed that Whole Foods contained their own large section of the parking lot. Parking was easy upon entering the parking lot there didn’t seem to be many people walking around in the parking lot. Every space in the parking lot didn’t seem to be a long walk from the store the parking lot was spread out in a way that the furthest space would be considered close in other parking lots....   [tags: demographics, bakery, parking, produce] 1323 words
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A Look at Anycity’s Police Department Shows Many Problems - ... Currently there are 40 supervisors, 30 detectives, and 30 patrol officers. I am proposing that to change those numbers to 15 supervisors, 27 detectives, 42 patrol officers, 6 parking and traffic enforcement officers, 10 patrol officers, 10 detectives, and 2 supervisors assigned to an anti-burglary task force. In choosing those who should be removed from their supervisory or detective position, would be based on how long they have held their supervisory or detective position but it should largely be based on their performance in those positions....   [tags: enforce, patrol, parking] 875 words
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Leading Case: Batchelor v. Marlow - Leading Case: Batchelor v. Marlow Parking rights have existed by means of lease or licence for quite a long period of time. On the other hand, until quite recently, whether a right to park was recognisable in the form of an easement had been much more ambiguous. In this area of the law Batchelor v. Marlow [2003] is the leading case; it has been effectively used to clarify the subject. The case is known best for approving the test devised by Judge Paul Baker QC in the High Court case of London and Blenheim Estates Ltd v....   [tags: porperty cursework, parking rights]
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Information about United Kingdom Organizations - ... Intelligent London tool empowers various sections of London society to make more informed decisions on education and skills related issues. By aggregating data on government consultations, the website/app allows users to access information on multiple departments on a single platform and thus stay informed about legislative process. Allowing users to compare primary schools in UK to make more informed decisions on primary school education is the key challenge addressed by the tool. On-demand access to critical information in the field, such as map numbers and floodplains, is critical for crisis management teams during flood disasters and flood-related information is critical for real es...   [tags: health, office, parking, locations] 1105 words
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Southwest Texas State University Parking Control Memorandum - Southwest Texas State University Parking Control Memorandum Over the past few years, the parking control office has been expanded and made more efficient by the addition of computers and the implementation of new filing procedures. Unfortunately, the department is still not providing the services it is capable of. This is due to the fact that the parking control office is under staffed in respect to counter attendants. This lack of sufficient people to work the front counter causes the process of appealing and paying parking tickets to become extremely bogged down....   [tags: Papers] 1067 words
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Improving Transportation for Students at UTSA - In college, attendance is crucial to students’ success. Being late to class can result in having less time to take a test or missing fundamental concepts that may be discussed in a classroom. Students must take responsibility by arriving on time; however, limited parking spaces and other transportation problems at many universities can cause students to be late which can result in poor academic performance. The University of Texas at San Antonio, one of most populous cities in Texas, has 29,000 enrolled students (UTSA ....   [tags: college transportation,shuttle,parking space]
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An Analysis of the Market Structure of the Tourist Parking Lots in Nogales, Arizona - An Analysis of the Market Structure of the Tourist Parking Lots in Nogales, Arizona Introduction This paper focuses on the market for daily parking in a one mile radius of the Nogales, Arizona/Nogales, Mexico border. Traveling to a foreign country often requires numerous preparations, and months of planning; paying and waiting for a passport, booking a hotel, and airfare. Yet for the average United States citizen, the proximity to Mexico provides a convenient and cost-effective opportunity for international travel by car....   [tags: Economics] 2309 words
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Baking Cakes in Kigali and The Adoration of Jenna Fox - Authors Gaile Parkin and Mary Pearson focus their novels, Baking Cakes in Kigali and The Adoration of Jenna Fox, on the significance of family. In both novels, love and family are key elements: in Baking Cakes in Kigali, the main character, Angel, loses both her daughter and her son, while those around Angel are stepping up and protecting their families; in The Adoration of Jenna Fox, Jenna’s family members show their love for Jenna by breaking the law to save her life. Both novels demonstrate that family is important to all people; family can support and protect a person or even give someone courage to move on after her family is gone....   [tags: Comparative, Parking, Pearson] 1089 words
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Upton Sinclair's The Jungle and the Meat-Packing Industry Today - Meatpacking pertains to the raising, slaughtering, packaging and processing of livestock such as pigs, cows, and chickens. Prior to slaughter, animals are grown and fed. Food borne illness and pathogens still plague the meatpacking industry since the creation of meatpacking. The government plays a huge role in providing legislation and ensuring the safety of meat products and business. Although the government is meant to inspect and guarantee safety, many unlawful practices appear overlooked pertaining to the safety of meat for consumers....   [tags: Pros and Cons of the Meat-Packing Industry]
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A Peaceful Parting: Active Euthanasia - ... Suicide is often questioned because the person being euthanized has to consent to the lethal injection. Murder often is questioned simply because one person must “poison” the other to complete the euthanasia. In the eyes of an everyday normal human, what would constitute a good reason for euthanasia. Let’s start with terminal illness. There are so many terminal illnesses out there that cause life to be very difficult and painful. A simple stroke or heart attack could leave someone paralyzed, intubated, and helpless....   [tags: suffer, sorrow, illness, issue]
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Slaughterhouses and the packing companies - “I wished to frighten the country by a picture of what its industrial masters were doing to their victims; entirely by chance I stumbled on another discovery--what they were doing to the meat-supply of the civilized world. In other words, I aimed at the public’s heart, and by accident hit it in the stomach” (Bloom). With the publication of a single book, Upton Sinclair found himself as a worldwide phenomenon overnight. He received worldwide response to his novel and invitations to lectures all over the world including one to the White House by President Roosevelt....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Sinclair] 2804 words
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Safety Standards in the Meat Packing Industry - Due to health reasons, the meat packing industry has aroused the attention of many. This has been caused by the safety standards in the meat packing industry. The attention has also been caused by the use of machines in the packing process. The industry uses fast running machines hence the employees are exposed to more injury risk. The industry is majorly comprised of immigrants and undocumented employees. This has greatly attracted attention due to the care for the employees who are mainly non-citizens (United States Department of Labor, 2010)....   [tags: Workplace Health and Safety]
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Pistol Packing Professors - Pistol Packing Professors School shootings are nightmares that have become a reality for some in recent years. They are fueled by rage, passion, and even hatred for your fellow man. In response to the violence, bills have been brought forth calling for teachers to be able to carry weapons in the classroom. This has its positives and negatives; though some support the call to take up arms against these violent assailants, others along with myself say that it is the wrong way to go. Although student safety is of the upmost importance, putting weapons in the hands of educators violates all sense of logic and accomplishes nothing....   [tags: school shootings, student safety]
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Testing of Packing Order Theory in Case of Pakistan - (1) Introduction There are three main capital structure theories which materialized from the reflections on the Modigliani and Miller (MM) Theorem (1958) first static tradeoff theory, Agency cost theory and Pecking order theory. This study is undertaken in Pakistan perspective. The phenomena that developed by MM about market perfection under critics in gaze of mentioned theories. The Pecking Order Model is component of capital structure was developed by Myers C.S et al 1984. It state that companies prioritize their source of financing in descending order (from retain earning to new stock ) internal funds are used first by retain earning, depreciation, and when that is used up, debt is issued...   [tags: Economics ]
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meat packing industry - Rights and responsibilities in the meatpacking industry In the early twentieth century, at the height of the progressive movement, “Muckrakers” had uncovered many scandals and wrong doings in America, but none as big the scandals of Americas meatpacking industry. Rights and responsibilities were blatantly ignored by the industry in an attempt to turn out as much profit as possible. The meat packers did not care if poor working conditions led to sickness and death. They also did not care if the spoiled meat they sold was killing people....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Use of Symbolism in The Paring Knife by Michael Oppenheime - ... Upon the finding of the paring knife under the refrigerator, the narrator, tells us that he/she had “since forgotten about it”. The paring knife held that separation that they had encountered that particular night yet had until now been remembered. This contributes to the plot of what their relationship went through . Furthermore,the paring knife symbolizes the initiation of their disconnection.The narrator explains that the night they fought , they must of “overlooked the knife”. When the author talks about the overlooking of the paring knife, this symbolizes the need to oppress the event that placed them in a distant state of mind that culminated to their unspoken separation they wen...   [tags: disconnection, conflict, relationship] 735 words
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Upton Sinclair And The Chicago Meat-Packing Industry - Upton Sinclair and the Chicago Meat-packing Industry In 1900, there were over 1.6 million people living in Chicago, the country's second largest city. Of those 1.6 million, nearly 30% were immigrants. Most immigrants came to the United States with little or no money at all, in hope of making a better life for themselves. A city like Chicago offered these people jobs that required no skill. However, the working and living conditions were hazardous and the pay was barely enough to survive on. This is the bases for Upton Sinclair's book, The Jungle....   [tags: The Jungle Essays] 1107 words
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Moving From the UK to France - For most, the thought of moving an entire household over the English channel seems daunting, but when prepared properly it can be a lot easier than most people think. Moving to France simply requires the adequate organization in order to make the move as smooth and efficient as possible. When it comes to planning and preparation, using the right removal company is essential. This guide looks at all aspects of a move to France including the types of removal services available and how to make sure everything runs smoothly....   [tags: travel, packing, legalities] 524 words
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Dorthy Day´s Reaction to Upton Sinclair´s The Jungle - ... She adventured through the poor district and looked into the houses and looked into the people, both containing very depressing things inside them. Day did this a lot, and as she did it she would imagine the characters in The Jungle, and imagined their existence in this very alive and very real neighborhood. It would become her childhood that she would fondly look back upon. It would be the kindling that started the fire for her passion and motivation for supporting her ideals and those who share it....   [tags: meat, packing, business, socialism, poor] 852 words
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Immigrants Come to America During the Gilded Age - ... Child labor also played a major role in the economy, everyone had to work to support their family. Factories did not have to meet any safety guidelines, causing the United States to have the worst working conditions out of any other country. Also the factories were definitely not the cleanest places to work. Since there was no one inspecting the meat at the time, low skilled laborers were forced to package meat that was spoiled or contaminated. This did not go well with human consumption. “The meat would be shoveled into carts, and the man who did the shoveling would not trouble to lift out a rat even when he saw one—there were things that went into the sausage in comparison with which a...   [tags: meat packing, child labor, wages] 1212 words
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Reaching Across the Parting Lines: How Technology Breaks Down Cultural Borders - ... This new form of technology is an excellent example of the way in which we are able to break down cultural borders because, “In the 21st century, media and especially computer-assisted networks enable viewers to move from being witnesses to virtual or even actual participants in social events” (92). Televisions also give us the ability to view the world from a more global perspective because they produce images of other cultures that we may be able to experience as easily in our own country, and vice versa....   [tags: society, communicate, diverse, global] 1429 words
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Packing Choices: Glass vs. Plastic Containers - One of the many uses of glass is to make containers such as bottles and jars for storing food and drinks. It has several advantages, and until recently, it was considered the best packaging material for almost any product. The most important advantage is that glass containers do not release any chemicals or smells that can spoil the food and drinks that are put in them. The contents remain safe to consume as long as they have not expired. Also, for the same reason, glass does not pollute soil and underground water when thrown in landfills....   [tags: recycling, ] 698 words
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Sometimes It's Necessary to Cut Down the Trees - ... |The size of the tree and the tree-cutting service category are the factors which determine the cost for cutting the tree.|The various factors that determine the cost for cutting a tree are the size of the tree and the category of tree-cutting services to which this tree belongs to.}{Although it can vary depending on the company, typically a large tree is 60 to 80 feet tall. A "small" tree is usually 30 feet tall or shorter, and a "medium" tree is commonly 30 to 60 feet in height.|The cost can also vary depending on the company , usually a large tree is considered to be 60-80 feet tall , a small tree is 30 or less feet tall , and a medium tree has a range in between them.|The size of th...   [tags: parting with natural beauty] 998 words
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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Prevention of Cross Comtamination - Prevention of cross contamination: Contamination is the presence of undesired materials on a surface or fluid, here are some examples of sources of contamination; people, raw materials, air, and water. These should be prevented from occurring as it as a high risk safety effect on patients and it should be considered from design stage. This can be prevented from occurring by implementing, monitoring and following rules which are; - SOP must be followed at all times. - Any changes to the SOP must be documented and recorded (GDP)....   [tags: raw materials, cleaning, packing process]
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Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) - ... This results in dire need for a secure, intelligent, efficient and reliable system which can be used for searching the unoccupied parking facility, guidance towards the parking facility, an option to reserve a parking lot, along with the proper management of the parking facility. There has been a significant development in the way the information is stored and processed online. The integration of Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet has been growing in importance as WSNs have been employed in a great variety of applications which need a common means to share data over the Internet....   [tags: communication, sensors, low cost] 565 words
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Need For EDCC (Edmonds Community College) to Provide More Resources to Students - School resources are so important for students to study. Especially for international students because all of these students leave their hometown come to America to study, and most of them will spend much time in school. School seems like a home for international students. Because of this, school resources are the important step for students feel happy and comfortable to stay in school. In our college, I don’t think EDCC has enough resources to provide for the students. There are three points to support my argument....   [tags: higher Education, college life] 627 words
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Review of Clifford Stoll's Article "Cyberschool" and Proposed Changes to Improve My College - Many students realized that within their first two years semesters of college, the workload is inevitably heavier and even overwhelming than when they were in high school. After reading “Cyberschool” by Clifford Stoll, there is a shocking point that he makes very obvious to his readers. Stoll implies that what his essay is about is not to be taking into consideration because he pokes fun at the idea of the cyber-schooling. Cyber-schooling consists of each student having their own computer; all teachers are fired and retrained to become data entry clerks that answer student’s emails....   [tags: higher education, technology] 1106 words
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Making Drinking Water out of Storm Water - ... One method of filtering storm water is bioretention cells, a bioretention cell or is a depressed area with porous backfill, material used to refill an excavation under a vegetated surface. These areas often have an under drain to encourage filtration and infiltration, especially in clayey soils. Bioretention cells provide groundwater recharge, pollutant removal, and runoff detention. Bioretention cells are an effective solution in parking lots or urban areas where green space is limited. Another method would be to eliminate curbs and gutters....   [tags: freshwater resources] 786 words
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