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Personal Note On Driver 's License

- Driver’s License I didn 't know what cold was. In fact, the closest thing to cold was a few Christmas ago when it was about sixty degrees and we almost die from hypothermia. On 2009 I was living in Rehoboth, Delaware and it was about to get cold. The winter will not only take the heat away, but also jobs and housing for immigrants like me. As the days got shorter and darker I made my plans. I was going to buy a car, move in it, and drive across the country to find a better version of myself....   [tags: Automobile, Driving, Driver's license]

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Online License For Nature Publishing Group

- When reading through the online license for Nature Publishing Group for the first time was very confusing. Being unfamiliar with legal terms hindered my understanding of the document and while broad terms were defined in the first clause of the agreement, there were many terms that required further definition from other sources. I often confused the titles Licensee and Licensor and would have to read clauses multiple before I would realize my mistake, and multiple readings would be required to make sense of the clause with the proper understanding of titles/positions....   [tags: License, Royalties, Nature Publishing Group]

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I Am A Driver 's License

- It was the night before my driver’s test, and with each passing hour I felt the anxiety creep into my veins. Vying for first place with high school graduation and prom night, receiving a driver’s license is one of the biggest milestones in a teenager’s life. A driver’s license means midnight runs to Sheetz, road trips to the beach, and rides to the mall without your mom blowing kisses from the car as you walk sheepishly towards your friends. What more could a teenager want than these perks. Of course, I was hyper-aware of all that was at stake in regards to my driver’s test....   [tags: Driving, Automobile, Test, Driver's license]

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How I Get Driver License

- How to Get Driver License Having a driver license is very significant and beneficial nowadays. Getting a driver license is extremely important in our lives, especially for young adults, because acquiring a driver license does not just mean they can drive and go where they want, but also it is a greater responsibility since they are beginning to live their lives like adults not as children. Also, there are a lot of immigrants that come to the USA, and they have to get a driver license to be able to go and provide for their families requirements, but they do not know how to begin....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Driving test]

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How I Get Your Driver 's License

- How to Get your Driver 's License As a kid, I have always wanted to be able to drive and get my drivers license. I was always told “nope, not yet” or “no, you aren’t old enough yet”. This just only made me want to get it even more. All those years of me sitting in the back just patiently waiting to get my license was almost unbearable. Soon enough the time came for me to start to think about getting my license, but little did I know how long the process of getting it was going to be. The first step is that kids have to make sure they are of minimum age in order to attend segment one of drivers training....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Passport]

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Should Teenagers Be Allowed For Their Driver 's License

- Whether or not teenagers should be allowed to get their driver 's license at age sixteen is a known topic across the United States. One of the causes for this argument is the number of fatalities caused by young drivers. Evidence shows, “In 2012, 1,875 drivers between the ages of 15 and 20 died in motor vehicle crashes and an additional 184,000 young drivers were injured, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,” (“Teen Drivers”). Most accidents are caused by young drivers....   [tags: Driver's license, Driver's education, Driving]

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The Microsoft Public License and How It May Be Utilized

- The Microsoft Public License and How it May Be Utilized Table of Contents About the License 3 Description 4 Legal and Ethical Analysis 5 Compatibility 6 Legal Aspects 7 Future Implications 9 Current Programs 9 Comparing to Other Licenses 10 Conclusion 11 References 12 About the License The Microsoft Public License (MS-PL) is a type of license solution that has been endorsed by the Open Source Initiative for many open source projects. This license was designed with the intention of allowing users to handle programs that are linked to this license option with free access to the source code for a program....   [tags: OSI, program, ethics, Reciprocal license, system]

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Should the Age for Getting a License be Higher Than 16?

- Throughout the past decade, the rate of teenage automobile crashes has risen. Teens have become more and more careless with their driving over the years. It may be the teens lack of experience or that they are just too young to have the responsibility of driving a car. As the years have gone by, teens have become more distracted while driving. With their cell phones buzzing uncontrollably, the music blaring, and their friends yelling in the back seat; teens are having a hard time focusing on the other drivers around them....   [tags: driving age, teen driver, driver's license]

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Indiana Graduated Drivers License

- “Traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for American teenagers, accounting for about a third of all deaths in that age group” (Crisp). In actual numbers, motor vehicle crashes kill more than 5,000 teenagers every year (Gregory). These statistics are frightening and have led more than 50 percent of adults to support higher required ages for drivers’ licenses (Gregory). Teenagers, though, say this would be unfair and would make their lives difficult. Meeting the needs of Indiana teenagers while still keeping them and other drivers safe can be accomplished by a more restrictive graduated licensing law....   [tags: accidents, driver, lincense, teenagers]

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The Raising of the Age You Can Get Your Driver's License

- Should the age to receive a driver's license be raised and, if not, should graduated licensing be instituted. This is a growing question across America as well as other countries around our globe. The percentage of teenage accidents involving automobiles is on a constant rise. Whether caused by the lack of experience or under the influence of alcohol, death has become all too common among teen motorists. This problem is not going to go away by itself; action needs to be taken. The state must raise the age requirement to receive a license or institute graduated licensing because teens are not mature enough to handle the dangerous responsibilities of driving....   [tags: Drivers License Papers]

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The Creative Commons License a Copyleft License

- Since the beginning of the eighteenth century authors in England have had the exclusive rights to their own immaterial works (Bernitz, Gleisner, n.d.). However this was only at a primitive level with the act called the Statue of Anne, and the exclusive rights were only given to a small range of people and types of works (”Copyright Timeline[…]”, n.d.). Since these early copyright laws were written, they’ve been changed a lot and become more restrict, in addition to a wider range of works and with a worldwide use....   [tags: effects, digitalized, copyrights]

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What Kinds Of Licenses Are Required For These Deals?

- 1. What kinds of licenses are required for these deals. Considering that Finetooth the will be changing the lyrics for parody affect, and the song will both be aired on commercials, and be mechanically reproduced in a form of a singing comb, a license required for these deals will be a license for making derivative work, public performing the work, and a mechanical license. 2. Use the 7 aspects of scope and the 4 Cs to address BOTH licensor and licensee interests. Subject matter: Bigwig Songs and Finetooth may agree that the subject matter of this case is the internationally famous song “Combing Dad’s Hair”....   [tags: License, Royalties, Licenses, Licensure]

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A License Should Be Required To Be A Parent

- From everyday experiences to recent news stories, I have come across many issues that large families face in America. Poverty and child abuse are top issues in the United States. For this reason, I believe the government should start regulating the number of children people can have based on financial stability, place of residence, criminal history, and other qualifications. The ideal American family image is one that provides parents that gracefully accommodate and nurture their children with open arms, financial cohesion, warm meals, and a roof over their heads....   [tags: social issues, poverty]

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Parents Should Not Be Mandatory License

- Welcome to the 21st century!Where everything requires a license. Doctors, lawyers, nurses, teachers, candymakers, stylists, the list go on. It seems like every job requires some sort of card giving them permission to fulfill their vocation. There is a multitude of people who question that the more important jobs do not require a license, whereas the less important ones do. Many parents bring up the valid point that so many other things require a license, so why not something as important as parenting....   [tags: Mother, Parent, Pregnancy, Parenting]

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The Duty Of License Drivers

- The duty to license drivers has been solely a state power which has manifested itself differently under each state’s norms and rules (Rule, McAdam, Stearns, and Uglow, 1983; King et al. 2014). Nevertheless, since the destruction of the twin towers on September 11, 2001 the federal government has attempted to play a much bigger role in the regulation of driver’s licenses provided to undocumented immigrants with the passage of the REAL ID act in 2005 (de Graauw, 2014). The REAL ID act mandates that any person wishing to obtain a driver’s license must provide evidence of their lawful presence in the United States (de Graauw, 2014)....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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The Oklahoma License Plate Design

- II. Statement of the Case Facts In 2007, the State of Oklahoma created the Oklahoma License Plate Design Task Force to update the design of the standard vehicle license plate. The Task Force saw this as an opportunity to “market Oklahoma as a tourist destination.” The design they chose included the Native American image, which is based off of a sculpture titled Sacred Rain Arrow by an Oklahoma artist, Allan Houser. Houser intended for the sculpture to depict a Native American folklore about “a young Apache warrior who fired an arrow that was blessed by a medicine man into the heavens; as the tale goes, the arrow carried prayers for rain into the Spirit World.” However, according to the Sta...   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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Parenting License : Regulation Of Procreation

- Parenting License: Regulation of Procreation Parenting is one of the unavoidable experiences of life: one is either the parent or parented by another. There is no one single method or style of raising a child that is the proper way. From authoritarian to permissive and authoritative to uninvolved all styles of parenting have the same desire to see a child grow into a productive and prosperous member of society. Like anything there are good and bad parents. Parents who shower you with care and understanding and parents who respond to your misadventures with a less than enthusiastic response....   [tags: Child abuse, Abuse, Neglect, Physical abuse]

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Operational Plan For A Business License

- Operational Plan Pre-Opening Permits and Licenses: The first step in establishing our business is to acquire the various licenses and permits that would allow us to operate in the City of Edmonton; the first of these is a development permit. This is reviewed by a city development planner and determines whether our business is acting in accordance with the Zoning Bylaw, and should be allowed to operate in our specific zone. Upon having our development permit accepted, our company will apply for a business license....   [tags: Marketing, Customer service, Apple Inc.]

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The Airline Transport License Challenge

- “This license is required to act as pilot-in-command of an airliner and reflects your skill and knowledge as a pilot. The Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License is the pinnacle of the pilot license structure.” ("Airline Transport Pilot License."). This is basically the same as going to school for years in order to gain the doctorate. Both of my parents have flown planes in their lives. My father making a living out of flying and my mother haven taken the courses needed to get an Airline Transport License....   [tags: Aviation ]

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Personal Statement For A Cosmetology License

- Khan.Session1. Journal First of all, I want to start off by saying I have no idea what I’m doing. I speak honestly from my heart when I say I have no idea what I’m doing. Since I was 12 years old I dreamed of one day becoming a business owner I was always thinking of ways and my head was filled with ideas day and night. I also dreamed of going to college and earning a business degree. When I say I Have no idea what I’m doing is due to the fact, I have never been to college and I feel very lost in all this....   [tags: Management, Business, Business school, Coming out]

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Driver's License for the Unodumented

- The United States has found that there is approximately 13 million illegal immigrants residing within its borders and that number is predicted to rise with the years to come. Although there is no definite number; there is a great chance that more than half of these 13 million illegal immigrants drive illegally in the United States. This means that there are more than six million drivers on the roads who are not educated on American traffic laws, who are not registered on the government database, and who have no insurance to cover their accidents....   [tags: illegal immigration, licensing aliens]

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Abortion: A License to Kill

- Since the dawn of time, we have had to continue to reproduce and spawn to spread our kind to every corner of the Earth. We did a pretty bang up job, and for that we should all feel proud. There is a point that we should feel content and throw in the towel and pat ourselves on the back. Some countries recognize this and have implemented restrictions to how large a family can be (Hesketh 1171). Is this so wrong. Are they really 'tyrants' for trying to distribute the nations wealth amongst its people evenly....   [tags: Argumentative Essay, Persuasive Essay]

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New License Acquisition By Gaming1

- Meta: It represents the newest license acquisition by Gaming1, with the brand immediately looking to put it to work. Embodying everything that makes the TV show so fun, it’s time to pick a box in Deal or No Deal: The Dice Slot. Deal or No Deal: The Dice Slot Review If you’ve ever wanted to be a part of a TV game show, but couldn’t even get past the application phase, then the Deal or No Deal: The Dice Slot is the perfect solution to that conundrum. It’s the slot game that brings the famous show straight to your computer in original video slot form, with the player aiming to win as much as possible on the reels and also via the bonus features, which are directly inspired by the TV game show....   [tags: American films, English-language films]

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Multi-State License for Nurses

- Massachusetts nurses have been regulated by the state since the beginning of the 20th century. Nursing has changed. With the use of technology in healthcare and the growth of multi-state healthcare corporations, the need for nurses to practice in multiple states has increased. In response to this change in nursing, multiple states have adopted the Nurse Licensure Compact. The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows for nurses to practice across state lines in states that have adopted the NLC....   [tags: The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) ]

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Should Parents Be Licensed?

- On my 16th birthday, I passed for my drivers’ license test and began driving my beloved PT Cruiser. 2 year ago, my cousin passed her test and received her psychologist license. Now, my sorority sisters are studying to pass the bar exam. All of these activities require licenses because they greatly impact the quality of a person’s life. Parenting is potentially harmful to not only the child but to others as well. Hugh LaFollete raises and analyzes the possibilities of requiring parents to receive licenses....   [tags: Parent, License, Parenting, Licenses]

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Creative Commons License

- Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that aims to widen the publication of works that can be reused and shared by others. The organization has produced several public copyright authorizations known as Creative Commons License. These licenses allow the licensor to permit his or her work to be re-copied and distributed to others, but the majority of his or her rights are protected. Creative Commons License can be applied to various types of work, particularly in the form of a work of art, literature, and music....   [tags: public copyright authorizations]

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Is Ccw License And What Is Its Importance?

- What is CCW License and what is its importance. Description: There are some major benefits of getting the CCW license. The license helps the firearm owners and gives them the complete peace of mind. Carrying concealed weapon or CCW is the practice of having a weapon in public place in a concealed manner. Not all the weapons falling under Carrying Concealed Weapon is lethal. In most places keeping pepper spray needs the permission while in others you do not need any approval. You can legally carry the self-defense chemical spray without any permit....   [tags: Concealed carry in the United States, Firearm]

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Working With Expired License For The State Of Arkansas

- M is a RN who was working with expired license in the state of Arkansas. She had moved and did not contact the Missouri State Board of Nursing(MOSBN) with new address. She also was addicted to roxanol and hydrocodone. She was taking roxanol from the facility she was employed with at the time that was supposed to be destroyed. The hydrocodone she was ‘drug shopping’ different doctors for prescriptions. The MOSBN was unable to contact to her to inform her license expired in April of 2015. She said that she was also in detox in Florida for a month trying to rehabilitate from an addiction to morphine....   [tags: Morphine, Opioid, Addiction, Codeine]

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My Utah Driver 's License

- When I hold up my Utah driver’s license against its counterpart from another state, they look entirely different. The classes I had to take, the test that was provided, the materials I had to learn, are as diverse as the two licenses are in appearance. These differences don’t stop there. Everything that the driver’s license entails can vary widely as well. Washington State licenses provide enhanced passport abilities. (DHS) Arizona licenses don’t expire until you are 65. (azdot) Even the age you are allowed to drive can change from state to state....   [tags: United States]

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Use Of End User License Agreements

- The use of end user license agreements or clickwrap agreements protects both the user and the company. Courts concluded that, “a TOS just adjacent to or below a click-button (or check-box), is sufficient to indicate the user agreed to the listed terms. “(Bayley). Providing thorough terms and agreements will protect your software. As software manager I will be writing the Terms and agreements for an anti-virus program that must be paid for. The first thing I would add would be definitions for all words that might have interpreted meanings, like upgrade, updates and support....   [tags: Value added tax, Tax, Consumption tax]

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Why I Want A Marriage License

- “ Why people need to marry with someone. Why do we need a piece of paper to prove that I love you . Marriage does not mean anything. We are living together now. Is not it good enough for us” my friend’ boyfriend said to her when she mentioned she want a marriage. After he had said that, she broke up with him soon. I began to wonder what is the meaning of marriage . Even though I understand why people think marriage means nothing, I disagree. A marriage license is a piece of paper but it is not just a piece of paper; marriage means a lot to yourself, your family, and society....   [tags: Marriage, Love, Family, Wife]

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Working Towards My Cpa License

- I feel frustrated with the IRS because of its position on the PTIN number. I do not have a social security number, but I have a ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number) number and I wanted to apply for a PTIN number (Preparer Tax Identification Number) to prepare income taxes. The IRS PTIN Division has been systematically denying PTIN number to ITIN holders or people without a social security number because they believe people like myself are not worthy enough to prepare taxes. I have a BA in accounting and I am working towards my CPA license in California....   [tags: Internal Revenue Service]

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Microsoft and our License to License: Version 2

- Microsoft and our License to License: Version 2 Out in the depths of the internet, there is a community of interconnected minds whose work has been vital, nearly the backbone to the spirit of software creation everywhere. Where it not for Open Source programmers such as those who created Debian/Linux, for instance, there would be much less competition for OS’s like Microsoft’s Windows, and perhaps Windows wouldn’t even exist because of it’s command line and Linux-like roots. This group of talented software inventors exists as those who program open source software, whether for the benefit of companies, for other individuals, or simply for themselves....   [tags: Software Computers Essays]

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Needed: A License to Drink

- Needed: A License to Drink Mike Brake is a writer for the communication department at the Oklahoma State Department of Education he wrote an article, “Needed: A License to Drink,” proposing a national system of licensing on drinking, with appropriate penalties. This means in order to drink one beer a person would have to obtain a license. The article is from Newsweek (March 14, 1994). Underage drinking is everywhere; high school, parties, and at college. How do they get the alcohol. The answer is simple get into the right crowd and alcohol will be as easy to get as juice....   [tags: Drinking Alcohol Essays]

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Defining and Describing the GNU Public License and Its Role

- ... The first version of the license was the version 1 its goal was to let this license to be used for any kind of projects and to make those projects possible to share a code. The next version released was the second version or the version 2 in 1991. The second version of the license was aiming to grant some rights for the users to copy the unmodified source code of a program and be able to distribute it, as what had been stated at section 1. Users can also be able to modify a source code of a program and be able to distribute the modified source too, according to section 2....   [tags: computer opeating systems]

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Divorce Prevention: Traditional Marriage and Covenant Marriage License

- Divorces between married couples has adapted to the American lifestyle. Americans debate every year on the best way to lower divorce rates, but instead of reaching a level ground more disputes occur. Divorce rates have reached an extreme high in America through the current times. Divorce harms the family’s mental being, not just the couple, but also the children that are being separated. While, successful marriages have extremely excellent benefits for the couples and also the children. Law reforms in the marriage system are essential to lower the extremely high divorce rates in America....   [tags: louisiana, american lifstyle, divorce rates]

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Company Analysis : Company Y 's License

- Since company Y’s license is withdrawn (Q_Y = 0), Company X is now as a monopolist which its demand curve will be the market demand curve. The company’s new MR curve which is corresponding with to its new demand curve (the market demand curve) intersects with the marginal cost curve at Q_M (higher output than Q_X1) and P_M (higher price than P_X1). The company can increase its quantity supplied while charging higher price due to lack of competition (price-maker). The new equilibrium price and quantity are at P_M and Q_M....   [tags: Supply and demand, Marketing, Economics]

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I Am My Driver 's License

- This one time I got my driver 's license. Mind you, it took me eight tests to pass. One can already infer how amazing of a driver I am. One must also feel some sympathy for me and my companion as we drove down the packed street, yelling and cursing at people to move out of the way. Arsen 's hands rest on top of mine, steering the bike in the straight. His cool cheek slightly brushes against mine and his bloodshot eyes focus on the road like never before. Trust me, there 's nothing romantic about this scenario ....   [tags: 2007 singles, 2005 singles, 2006 singles]

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Rebuttal Essay on Needed: A License to Drink

- Rebuttal Essay on “Needed: A License to Drink” “Needed: A License to Drink” is an essay written by Mike Brake. In this essay, Brake explains why he thinks people need a license to drink. He has had family members die from alcohol related events and believes they might still be alive if a license was required to drink. Alcohol is related to many deaths and alcoholism is a disease that affects many people. “It causes more than 19,000 auto fatalities each year, it is responsible for more than a third of deaths from drowning and fire” (Brake135)....   [tags: Alcohol Drinking Essays]

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Mandatory Professional License for Software Designers

- Mandatory Professional License for Software Designers        Abstract:  Given the wide impact and real-time safety concerns of some software applications, it seems reasonable to regulate who will be doing the writing of this critical software.  A number of other professions dealing with human safety require their practitioners to be either licensed.  At present software professionals are not licensed.  However, because software does have far-reaching and potentially disastrous effects, all software designers should also be professionally licensed in some manner....   [tags: Technology Essays]

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Compulsory License to Green Technolgoy in India

- The law relating to intellectual property is a carefully crafted bargain that rewards the creator by granting them certain time-limited rights to control the use made of those productions in lieu of their contribution towards the society. In 1995 when TRIPS Agreement came into effect it introduced certain minimum standards of protection to be provided by each WTO member. Besides allowing the inventor to claim patent on both product and process, in all fields of technology , the TRIPS also restricted the rights of patentee by allowing member countries to enact provisions, inter alia, for granting compulsory licence to prevent the abuse of patent right ....   [tags: patent, climate, TRIP]

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License to Build: Optional Yet Fundamental Requirement for Civil Engineers

- Personal moralities oftentimes become mistaken with professional ethics. On one hand, morality deals with the personal beliefs of virtuous conduct regardless of community custom or the governing society. On the other hand, ethics consisted of a system of principles of rightness and goodness. Civil engineers main obligation and responsibility to the society is to exercise the engineering ethics. One system to guarantee this responsibility is to form a professional group of engineers with regulations and exams to assure quality....   [tags: Engineering]

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Gun Control vs the Rights of Concealed Carry License Holders

- “More guns equal less crime” is a statement coined by John Lott. It means that if more law-abiding citizens are able to carry concealed weapons, these actions will lower violent crimes. Forty-two states have “Shall-Issue” laws where any private citizen can receive a Concealed Weapon Permit as long as they meet the prerequisites. The prerequisites are age, no prior felonies, and no recent mental health issues. The other eight states have “May-Issue” laws where the state officials take judgement on whether or not the private citizen should receive the Concealed Weapon Permit....   [tags: Gun Control Essays]

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I Didn 't Want My Driver 's License

- I can honestly say that at age 15, I did not want my driver’s license. While many kids at that age are excited about the freedom that driving gives, I didn’t really care much about it. In fact, the thought of driving made me nervous. What if I made a mistake in driving. I could see myself totally wreaking the car or worse killing myself or someone else. Yes, these thoughts ran through my mind and so I thought that I should wait till I was comfortable with driving. My mother had different ideas....   [tags: Automobile, Wheel, Want, English-language films]

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License and Allowance of Hemp Production in New Jersey: A Benefit to All

- It is my belief that the state of New Jersey should license and allow the cultivation of industrial hemp. Further, I believe that the state legislature should join the fight to lift the federal ban on hemp production in the United States. For the state and US economy, hemp could be a tremendously valuable cash crop, and have a very positive effect on the environment. First and foremost, hemp production would result in instant job creation; after all, any crop must be grown, harvested, transported and processed before it even comes close to being available to the consumer....   [tags: industrial hemp, cash crop, federal law]

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The Importance Of Becoming A Licensed Driver Changed My Life

- Becoming a teenager and then an adult, there are so many challenges and responsibilities. Becoming a licensed driver changed my life. From the time I was old enough to play video games, playing racing games was always my favorite. What does video games and driving in real life have to do with each other. They helped me to become a safe and more cautious individual. The video games used a simulator type steering wheel and gas pedal. Using this helped me get an idea of how to use the wheel and pedal properly....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Learning, Driving test]

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Americans Will Never Accept a License to Drink Law

- Americans Will Never Accept a License to Drink Law Mike Brake’s “Needed: A License to Drink” has many claims, but the thesis is anything but qualified. In my opinion, this is a story that explains the desperation of a man who had family members close to him pass away due to alcoholism. The author believes everyone must take a course and a final test to see whether they should be allowed to purchase alcoholic beverages or not, with a certain alcohol license issued when they pass the course. Even if this so-called drinking license were to become a law, the truth still remains that people will always find ways to get alcohol....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays]

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Registering a Business in Tenessee and Missiouri

- Registering a new business in DeKalb County, according to Mr. Mike Clayborn, County Clerk, is "very simple and inexpensive to do" (Clayborn). A business license application should be filled out at the County Court Clerk's office with a small fee of $15. The form includes such information as business name, owner, address, and type of business. According to Mr. Clayborn, "a business license is not legally required if gross income does not exceed $3000" (Clayborn). Also, a sole proprietor does not have to be registered with the state of Tennessee....   [tags: License, Taxes]

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Artisitc License: Color Vision and Color Theory

- Artisitc License: Color Vision and Color Theory Imagine yourself in an art museum. You wander slowly from cold room to cold room, analyzing colored canvases on stark white walls. When you reach a particular work, do you prefer to stand back and take everything in at once. Or do you move so close to the painting that the individual brushstrokes become apparent. Several different sensory processes occur in your brain during this trip to the art museum; the majority of them involve visual inputs....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Gun Control in America

- ... The survey showed more Americans wanted to keep their rights to own a handgun in 2011 than in 1991. Guns offer to some, protection and a way to cope with the dangers of the outside world. In 2008, there were over 16,000 murders in the United States, of those murders 67 percent were firearm related. Firearms are the number one factor in over half of the murders in the United States in 2008. When talking about murders involving firearms one must not forget to analyze events such as school shootings....   [tags: license, backgroundcheck]

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New California Law Gives Legal Immigrants the Right to Obtain Driver’s License

- Previously unlicensed immigrants were unable to drive legally in California, but a new law Assembly Bill 60, authorized by Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Salinas, will change that. Now unlicensed drivers in California have the opportunity to obtain a license with either a Social Security number, if here illegally they will need an identification document from their country of origin. On Oct. 10, 2013, Gov. Brown D-California, held two separate signings of the new law which had stalled for over ten years and had been vetoed at least three times....   [tags: unlivrndrf immigrants, bill 60, driving ]

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Do You Really Want to Wait Until You are 18 to Get your Driver´s License?

- ... Driving at age 16 gives teens more experience before adulthood. Teenagers need more time to drive by themselves before they are on their own at 18. If they don't have experience before they are on their own at 16 they may be lost on how to drive, and won’t have their parents there to help them. On the other hand why shouldn't the driving age be raised. Other people think that you should not drive until your 18. One of the reasons for having the driving age raised would be to have a lot more experience before you actually can drive alone....   [tags: experience, driving age]

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Personal Narrative: When I got my driver's license

- Can you remember when you got your driver?s license. From what I can remember getting my license was one of the most exciting things in my life. Having your license means having more freedom. If I didn?t have my license my life would be very different. To get your license you need to take the class, pass the written test, take behind the wheel, and finally take your driving test. When I took driver?s ed. I was a little scared, but very excited at the same time. It was nice for me because they provided the class right at the school, therefore I didn?t have to pay for it....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Nurse Compact Licensure Disciplinary Risks

- Compact Licensure Disciplinary Risks The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) enables nurses to practice in other states besides the one in which they reside. There are currently 24 states included in the NLC, which includes Tennessee and neighboring Missouri, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Eligibility for a multistate license requires that a nurse legally reside in a compact state (National Council of State Boards of Nursing, 2014). There are no additional applications required to apply for a compact license....   [tags: multistate license, disciplinary actions]

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Why The Driving Age Should Be Adjusted?

- Today in the world you see how driving has become an everyday thing, everybody uses a car to get to the destination they need whether it’s their job or just to go out. Many out have their driver’s license, while other are just starting to learn how to drive to obtain their driver’s license. Everybody has always had an issue with what the right age should be to allow people to obtain their driver’s license and drive. While some people don’t argue with the age that teenagers should be allow to drive, others don’t agree on letting teenagers get their driver’s license at such young age....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Automobile]

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Why The Driving Age Should Be Legal

- Today in the world you see how driving becomes an everyday thing, everybody uses a car to get to the destination they need whether it’s their job or just to go out. Many out there have their driver’s license, while others are just starting to learn how to drive to obtain their driver’s license. Everybody has always had an issue with what the right age should be to allow people to obtain their driver’s license and drive. While some people don’t argue with the age that teenagers should be allowed to drive, others don’t agree on letting teenagers get their driver’s license at such young age....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Automobile]

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Paths to Becoming a Neonatal Nurse

- ... Registered nurses are also required to do clinical experiences. Nurses work in different departments in the hospitals such as critical care, emergency services, acute care medical and surgical pediatric, NICU, and hematology-oncology and perioperative services. They will spend one week in each department interning with the registered nurses. Before any registered nurse gets a job at a hospital they have to obtain a nursing license and a background check. The nursing license is called the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN)....   [tags: degree, license, education]

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The Benefits of Strict Gun Laws

- ... A license for a handgun may be granted to an applicant who is of good character, who is over twenty-one, and to whom no good cause exists for the denial of the license. This license is required to carry the license on his person at all times when carrying a handgun. Assault weapons must now be registered with the state police. Any person lawfully in possession of a firearm who suffers the loss or theft of said weapon must report the facts and circumstances to a police department within twenty-four hours of the discovery of the loss of theft....   [tags: violence, safety, license]

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Opening a Nightclub for the Over 21 Crowd

- Introduction The purpose of this project was to determine the feasibility of opening up a nightclub that caters to people over 21 years old. This nightclub is of interest to the author because she is very passionate about it and this type of business had always been the author’s dream. This chapter will discuss the relevant literature related to a) Customer service, b) License for restaurants and bars, and c) Types of entertainment. Review of Literature Customer service The author knows that a business will not succeed if the employees do not give the customers a quality customer service....   [tags: customer service, license, bar]

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A Career as a Nail Technician

- ... Almost every website saids that a woman needs to be seventeen years old(age matters). Also a nail technician may need hours to complete the courts(“A nail technician needs 300 hours to be able to get a license(nail)”. Occurrent to another website need from 300 to 600 hours of training to qualify for a license. One of the requirements is the hours you to put to acting what as been learn to be able to see if it can be perform. Where the business is located is a big thing “Different states requires different training hours(state)”.A lot of website that said that different state required different training hours....   [tags: license, job opportunities]

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The Highly Appreciated Profession of Teaching

- ... This means that teaching must learn all important information in order to be able to connect and teach the student properly. The second profession standard for teaching is that to obtain an official certificate to teach a teacher must pass all state and national exams such as PRAXIS. Not all states require PRAXIS but each state does have their own individual examination that teachers must pass. Another standard that makes the career of teaching a profession is that teachers must practice under supervision in order to achieve a teaching license, this means a mentoring teacher or an administrator must supervise you for a period of time to gain full license to teach....   [tags: exam, standards, license]

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I Didn 't Know What Cold Was A Better Version Of Myself

- I didn 't know what cold was. In fact, the closest thing to cold was a few christmas ago when it was about sixty degrees and we almost die from hypothermia. On 2009 I was living in Rehoboth, Delaware and it was about to get cold. The winter will not only take the heat away, but also jobs and housing for immigrants like me. As the days got shorter and darker I made my plans. I was going to buy a car, move in it, and drive across the country to find a better version of myself. All i needed for my brilliant plan was a driver’s license....   [tags: Automobile, Driving, Driver's license]

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Teenage Driving: A Fatal Mistake

- A young woman driving the SUV that crashed into a pond Sunday in Ohio, leaving six teens dead, did not have a driver's license, reports AP and based on accounts from the two male survivors; police say Alexis Cayson was driving way too fast on a curvy road with a 35mph limit. In fact, the survivors say she sped up as she approached a turn known as Dead Man's Curve and lost control. Meanwhile, nine more teens have been killed in two more accidents, reports NBC News. In rural Will County, Illinois, four high school students ages 15 to 17 were pulled from their vehicle this morning after it ended up overturned in a creek last night, reports the Chicago Tribune....   [tags: experience, prevention, driver's license]

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The Legal Driving Age Should Be Raised

- My parents gave me my first car for my sixteenth birthday. I was overjoyed by this new found freedom; however, like a large portion of teenagers, I was also terrified of driving. This was mostly because I didn’t receive a lot of experience with my permit, and also because I was afraid of crashing my new car. In the years preceding my sixteenth birthday I had mourned the deaths of several teenaged friends who had died in car crashes. I ended up waiting a full year after I turned sixteen to take my driving test, because I didn’t feel comfortable driving until then, which later paid off when I passed my driving test the first time I took it....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Adolescence]

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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

- As people age, health checkups become more often. A person’s health may affect their driving capabilities. Joint, heart, and mental diseases are common as people get older. Such small disabilities can cause other people and their selves’ lives. For example, automobile accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, fatalities in the 65+ age group in the state of Texas was at 401, one of the highest in all of the United States. In the state of Texas there is no restriction keeping older folks off the roads until the age of 79....   [tags: Automobile, Driving, Driver's license]

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Is Driving A Car Is Dangerous?

- Think Before You Drive As early as the age of three, many of us are intrigued by the idea of driving a car. We pretend to “drive” as we roll down the hallways of our homes in our Little Tikes plastic cars, swerving to avoid made-up obstacles and racing our friends at preschool in their matching vehicles. By the age of fourteen or fifteen, we are counting down the days until we are of age so that we can make the exciting trip to the DMV, where sixteen years of being chauffeured around by our parents come to an end....   [tags: Driving, Automobile, Driver's license]

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District of Columbia v. Heller: The Use and Permit of Handguns

- With many recent incidents that involve guns between 2012 and 2013, gun control laws have become a hot topic in America. On one hand, after the horrific incident like the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting at Newtown in 2012, most people wanting to limit guns from getting into the wrong by setting up a rigorous system that control who can and cannot obtain a gun. On the other hand, we have the people who believe that with such rigorous system in place is violated the individual rights that granted and protected by the United States Constitution....   [tags: Gun control, License]

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The Driving Age Of 18

- There has been a constant debate between many groups over the issue of changing the driving age to 18. Although that idea appeals to some, not all agree to the fact that increasing the driving age to 18 is a safer and better age to drive than the current age of 16. The reasons behind peoples opinions to increase the age can easily be debatable and those opinions can be stated incorrect. Those who are in vote for the increase of the driving age may say that 16 year olds are not mature enough to tackle the responsibility of controlling a moving vehicle....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Adolescence]

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Thre Three Main Factor for Professionalism

- The 3 Main Factor for Professionalism The Qualities You Need to Search When Hiring a General Contractor Ever since we started providing our roofing services, our main goal has always been to be a trustworthy company. That is why, we are happy to welcome you to our blog. Here, you will find interesting tips and useful information about our services. In our first article, we will explain the qualities that distinguish a reliable general contractor from an amateur one. However, since there are many characteristics, we will write only about the three most common ones....   [tags: contractor, license, experience]

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Mandatory Renewal Requirements For Seniors

- Senior Drivers The requirements for seniors to renew his or her driver’s license after the age of 65 is extremely relaxed in the state of Alabama. With the roads over populated and lack of common safety and proper driving etiquette, our streets have gone from leisurely to defensive driving. Stricter renewal requirements for our seniors should be put in place for his or her safety and others. Years ago, there were fewer automobiles on the roads. Teenagers borrowed a parent’s car on the weekend and either walked, rode a bus, or were dropped off at school during the week....   [tags: Automobile, Driving, Driver's license]

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The Popularity of Linus Operating System

- • Linux is an open source operating system which was invented in 1990s as a combination of Unix and Minix by Linus Torvalds. It is licensed under GNU public license and thus, Linux offered an affordable option for the pricey UNIX operating system. Due to its affordability, Linux turned to be very popular and its distributors were generated. • Linux was created with networking in mind and thus, it gives file sharing provision. It can work with a number of computers since it does what it is instructed and works effectively as a workstation or server....   [tags: license, distribution, network]

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The Dangers Of The Automobile Accidents

- It is the year 2015. Technology immerses us into a pit of pleasure, ease and luxury. We are enlightened by fancy Smartphones, fast computers, and simple online shopping. At this point, the human race is striving to create or destroy anything that is willing to harm us. We are at war against ourselves and we are not taking enough action against the fatal occurrences that happen everyday. We collect data to show the safeties and dangers of activities that we participate in every day, but we continue to emerge ourselves deeper and deeper into the statistic that automobile accidents are....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Automobile]

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My Personal Note On Driving

- I hopped in the driver’s seat of my husband big truck and begin to get very anxious. My mind went blank. I all of a sudden forgot which pedal was to brake and which one was for the gas. I had to pull myself together because I was determined to learn how to drive. I put the car into drive and both my hands on the steering wheel. Before I can do anything my husband yelled “Stop, and put your seat belt on!” I started laughing and buckled my seat belt. I put the car into drive, put my foot on the gas, and the truck jerked and sped off....   [tags: Driving, Automobile, Driver's license]

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The Age Requirement For Driving

- The age requirement for driving has been a controversial topic for many years now. According to the law, a person can drive at the age of sixteen years, but they can drive earlier if they have a permit. The discussion has two sides because many feel that teenagers are mature enough to handle themselves, but some feel that driving is a dangerous responsibility. Teenagers do not have the maturity to drive at such a young age; moreover, I believe teenagers should be allowed to drive at the age eighteen....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Adolescence]

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The Path to Registered Nursing

- Among the popular health care professions in the United States, nursing is unique for the reason that it has a variety of scholastic pathways in which one can obtain an entry-level license to practice. Nursing students have several options as to how they want to become registered nurses: the diploma in nursing, associate’s degree in nursing, or the bachelor’s of science in nursing. The health care system is constantly changing, requiring health care professionals to be well-educated; “…care needs to be linked to identified patient outcomes; that practice be evidence base; and that providers be accountable for the care provided....   [tags: education, health, license]

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Should We Use Transportation?

- That moment every teenager waits several months even years for comes that one day, and you get the butterfly sensation in your stomach, has finally arrived. All of the preparation they have done and completed will finally be recognized. You don 't realize how driving could really impact your life the way it does, it doesn 't seem like you really ever need it as much as people think. People use transportation every day whether it be: the bus, bike, or a car; living in the city makes driving become necessity....   [tags: Driving, Automobile, Driver's license]

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License to Kill: A Case Against Abortion

- Abortion has a history that goes far back into ancient times. The first known recording is in 1550 BC in Egypt where they would use mercury to poison the baby. History shows that Hippocrates himself was known to induce an abortion on his patients. Plato believed that a woman had the right to an abortion. According to the National Abortion Federation, “It was legal in United States from the time the earliest settlers arrived. At the time the Constitution was adopted, abortions before ‘quickening’ were openly advertised and performed.” (NAF) Abortion was legal until the late 1800’s when abortion started to become illegal, and only because the methods were too harmful for the woman....   [tags: Roe v Wade, termination of pregnancy]

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High School And Ries Driving School

- There are a lot of steps for one to obtain their driver’s license. Each step having to be complete to go on to the next one. It all starts with going to driver’s education, getting your temporary license, driving with parents to get experience, to taking you driver’s education test. It’s not easy to get your license but with determination, anything can be possible. The first step in getting your license is getting signed up for the classes that are offered in your community. In Fond du lac, Wisconsin, we have the local high school and Ries Driving School....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Automobile, Sign]

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How Haley Was An Incompetent Driver Under Alabama Common Law

- II. The court will likely find that Haley was an incompetent driver under Alabama common Law Incompetency goes to reliability in all that is essential to make up a reasonably safe person. Rush v. McDonnell, 106 So. 175, 177 (1925). The incompetence of a driver is measured by the driver’s demonstrated ability to properly drive a vehicle. Halford v. Alamo Rent-A-Car, LLC, 921 So. 2d 409, 414 (Ala. 2005). One who is habitually negligent may, on that account, be incompetent. Crotwell v. Cowan, 184 So....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Traffic law]

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My Personal Emotions At The Aabc Team

- Greetings, and a Happy Independence Day Weekend to you all. I am Anthony Bloom; the driving instructor for AABC Driving Schools who has worked with your daughter Amanda for her past 2 lessons. First, let me thank you for the kind words you expressed to the staff of AABC over your satisfaction with my work with Amanda on her first lesson. One of my goals with each student I encounter is to encourage their faith in their own abilities and accomplishments when behind the wheel based on their actual accomplishments, and for them to - as much as possible - have a positive experience with each lesson....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Driver's education]

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