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The Best Carpet Cleaner

- Although Resolve High Traffic Foam and Woolite Heavy Traffic Foam both claim to be the best carpet cleaner, there is quite a difference in the performance and health risks with each product. As a mother and pet owner, I had to find an effective and affordable carpet cleaner and needed to do so quickly. I went through many different cleaners claiming to be “The Best” when in fact, they were not. Not only does this become quite expensive, but also frustrating after trying the product only to find out it is not “The Best” carpet cleaner....   [tags: Carpet Cleaners, advertisements,]

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The Puzzling Message of Figure in the Carpet

- The Puzzling Message of Figure in the Carpet At the beginning of "The Figure in the Carpet", the main character considers the criticism of literature to be a career, something he does for money. "I had done a few things and earned a few pence" (p. 357), declares the narrator in the opening line. He says later in the paragraph that having an advanced copy of a prominent novel to review was desirable because it would advance his career: "Öand whatever much or little it should do for his reputation I was clear on the spot as to what it should do for mine." (p....   [tags: Figure in the Carpet Essays]

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Magic Carpet Airlines Collective Bargaining

- Magic Carpet Airlines Collective Bargaining Magic Carpet Airlines (MCA) is in the midst of a collective bargaining negotiation with a union and this paper will present the case from the union’s side of the bargaining table. First, one must understand the meaning of collective bargaining negotiations; this is when both sides of the negotiations discuss wages and others perks and then come to an amicable agreement. Collective bargaining is not a simple negotiation process, because the employer and the union usually meet on more than one occasion, due to the fact that union negotiators must keep their members informed during the process and they must also present any offers to their constituent...   [tags: Negotiation, Collective bargaining, Contract]

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Carpets: Mass Production vs Handmade

- Introduction:- Civilization has brought tremendous changes in the life of human beings. All things are changing day by day through the efforts of scientific researches. Among these textiles are good example.. a dictionary definition of the noun 'textile' is a woven fabric and d defination of the verb 'to wave' is 'to make by crossing threads, strands, strips etc, above and below one another, as in a loom to form cloth'.(sheila landi1998,-10-11). Textile are remarkable and exist in many forms. they can be made from a wide range of fibers including: cotton , flax, wool, silk, acrylic and polyester....   [tags: carpet manufacturing techniques]

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Hann Shayhaykh's The Persian Carpet By Hanan Shaykh

- In the story "The Persian Carpet" by Hanan Shaykh, Shaykh uses contrast to display her differentiating personalities toward her mother’s betrayal and uses paralleling events to illustrate her frustrations towards her mother. Hanan, her younger sister, and her aunt Maryam quietly visit their separated mother; whom Hanan dearly misses "I had missed her and wished that she would come back…". Although, Maryam told Hanan to stick to the plan; to show no emotion in seeing her mother, yet, Hanan couldn't succeed because she felt the need to show compassion and affection to her mother....   [tags: Truth, Birth order, Sibling, Tabriz, Family]

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Career Opportunities From Agricultural Work For Carpet Installing A Fast Food Restaurants

- Some people say they have people that have shaped who they are or heard speeches that inspired them. For me it is different, sense I was young I have always had the opportunity to work. This has given me that chance to explore several job opportunities from agricultural work to carpet installing to fast food restaurants, these jobs have helped me find a career that captivates my heart. When I was a boy I had the opportunity to work with my father. My father is a carpet installer in a town called Lake Chelan and he has been for the past twenty years....   [tags: Fast food, Fast food restaurant, Food, Hamburger]

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Fat: A Fictional Narrative

- ... She who couldn't read while being driven without wanting to throw up. She who somehow never got seasick. She'd tried spinning before, bullied into it by a voice in her head. Three turns and she was so dizzy, she was on her knees, or laying on the floor while it flew beneath her. But still the voice told her to stand and try again. She did and found that if she held onto her head, pressing the sweaty palms into her cheeks with fingers over her eyes, spread so she could see between them, it could be done....   [tags: fell, carpet, head, voices]

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Review Of Bo Derek ' 1979 Romantic Comedy 10 Or Christina Aguilera At The 2001 ' Red Carpet '

- Braids. The action of using three or more strands to weave hair together and form a cohesive piece. Braids have been around for thousands of years as a means to maintain and protect one’s hair, scalp, and edges. Over time, different ethnic groups came up with different techniques on how to braid hair. In the African and African-American communities, cornrows became a popular technique because of its protective value and versatility. However, in mainstream media, cornrows were not nearly as accepted....   [tags: Black people, African American, Hair, Afro]

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Flying Carpets By Steven Millhauser

- Flying Carpets Can you imagine a world where everyone has flying carpets. In the short story “Flying Carpets” by Steven Millhauser is about a man remembering his childhood memories of summer. He remembers that those summer days were long. He shares the adventurous memories that he had with his flying carpet. All these kids share a new toy, the flying carpet. This flying carpet would be similar to a doll or a toy car in today’s reality. This flying carpet is a regular toy for him. He talks about some people going up to the sky and disappearing, wondering where the people would go....   [tags: Short story, Fiction, Steven Millhauser]

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Carper 's Ways Of Knowing

- Carper’s (1978) pivotal work of identifying nursing’s ways of knowing was a seminal work that laid the foundation for further analysis. Her ways of knowing have identified methods that have allowed the nursing discipline to further its own knowledge as well as the profession. Two other ways of knowing have emerged, Munall’s (1993) “unknowing” pattern; and also sociopolitical knowing by Zander (2011, p. 9) or emancipatory pattern (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, p. 5). Here these patterns are discussed through experiences in my personal practice....   [tags: Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Patient]

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Analysis Of Carper 's Patterns Of Knowing

- As I reflect on my nursing career, I am reminded of the skills that have allowed me to develop what I know in nursing. In Barbara A. Carper’s “Patterns of Knowing,” there are four necessary components which connect to know the whole of nursing. These patterns include Empirics, Esthetics, Ethics and personal knowledge. Through Carpers theory, nurses are able to reflect on scenarios that “provide pathways to which the fullness of a situation can be known” (Johns, 1995, p. 227). First, I would like to reflect on a scenario of a five year old boy brought to the E.R by police for evaluation....   [tags: Child abuse, Physical abuse, Abuse]

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Nursing Elements in Barbara Carper´s Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing

- The essence of nursing knowledge as well as the elements that create a more sophisticated nursing practice are described by Barbara Carper in Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing. Carper derived four areas of knowing, empirics, esthetics, personal knowledge, and ethics; these areas complete the expertise that the nurse must draw on to appropriately care for any individual. Carper implicates that knowledge is not simply a regurgitation of fact, and introduces a broadened view of knowledge as being made up of different entities as well as ascertained in various ways....   [tags: Patient, Knowledge, Practice]

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Morocco’s Geography, History, Economy, and Culture

- Do you remember hearing about stories of flying carpets. These stories are traced back to the Arab culture, and most Moroccans now share this culture. Like Morocco’s famous rugs woven with different colors, old and new customs intertwine to make one culture. In this paper, you will explore Morocco’s geography, history, economy, and culture. Morocco is located in northern Africa and borders the Mediterranean to the north, the Atlantic to the west, Algeria to the east, and Mauritania is to the south....   [tags: stories, flying carpets, arab culture]

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Advice to Choose the Best Cleaning Company

- ... The other possibility is that the cleaner may actually clean at that price, but the quality of their work will be extremely subpar. In order for them to turn a profit, they would have to do a large number of jobs a day. They will use cheap cleaning agents, cheap equipment and cheap labor. Be wary of cheap ad prices. 2. Good Equipment Is Important, But that’s Not the Only Thing. Having a stellar technician is great, but if the technician doesn’t have the technology to back him up, his talent is not going to be put to its full capacity....   [tags: floors, good equipment, safety first]

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Marketing Mix Strategy to Achieve Marketing Objectives

- Marketing Mix is a very essential concept for the progression of the business. Products and services of a business organization get effective strategic positions in the market with the help of using marketing mix. According to Belz (2011), through appropriate attentiveness of the marketing mix, an organization can have proper explicated marketing tactics and strategies through which the company’s marketing objectives can be achieved at the required level. Marketing mix is not merely a single term but it is an assembly of different elements of marketing....   [tags: Business, Elements, Strategies]

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Application for FIT Essay

- ... I received a newfound confidence which I carried with me through the rest of the year. FIT is a school for innovative and efficient men and women. I have displayed these qualities in both my secular and academic life. While attending high school, I was hired to be a culinary teacher for young children. I was able to single-handedly follow unique teaching methods and deal with problems efficiently. I found that by developing relationships with each of the students, I was able to complete any task at hand....   [tags: market, selling, careet, ideas, law, fashion]

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IT Project in the Health Industry for ZAP Pharmaceutical

- Introduction: ZAP Pharmaceutical We are managing a large IT project in the healthcare industry for ZAP. Our project consist of the following task: refurbish the existing office building; install the IT infrastructure, and outfit the area for our new telephone answering hub. The project is in the execution phase, with three quarters of the work finish - refurbishing and installation of the infrastructure currently being done in concert with each other, and new office equipment is on order. We have four vendors working on this project under fixed price contracts: Bear’s Construction Company, Anne’s Interior Design, Roxy’s IT Services and Sheba’s Office Equipment....   [tags: refurbishment, infrastructure, network]

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Small Town Carbondale, Kansas

- In small town Carbondale, Kansas sits a little three bedroom ranch style home eight houses north of the Santa Fe Trail Middle School. For many years this house was filled with life but now lies there silent, lonely, and abandoned longing for the return of the pitter-patter of children’s feet running through its halls. What was once known as the house with the artwork on the garage now blends with every other house on the block. It’s amazing how a house that was so hated for so many years could now be missed....   [tags: Rooms, Bedroom, Kitchen, Room]

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Factors Determining the Stopping Distance of Rollers Down a Ramp

- Factors Determining the Stopping Distance of Rollers Down a Ramp Theory- ------- When the roller is rolling down the slope then potential energy is converted to kinetic energy that converts into heat energy. MGH = ½MVsquared The loss of kinetic energy on the carpet is …. ½MVsquared = braking force x braking distance therefore…. ½Mvsquared = F x so MGH = F x [IMAGE] If m, g and f are constant then…. [IMAGE] However if G is constant then…. [IMAGE] So…....   [tags: Papers]

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A Defense Of Abortion By Judith Jarvis Thomson

- “A Defense of Abortion” is a philosophy paper by Judith Jarvis Thomson in which the author argues for abortion, using several analogies to illustrate her points. In a move that separates this paper from the bulk of others on the same topic, Thomson grants at the start of the paper that a fetus has the right to life. She then proceeds to argue that although a fetus has a right to life, that right does not trump a woman’s right to her body. She concludes that abortion is an acceptable choice in a variety of circumstances....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Samaritan]

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People and Problems

- INTRODUCTION Domoral A.E. is a carpet dealer with stores in Thessaloniki and Athens. Eleftherios Eleftheriades founded the company in 1922 when he moved his family and business from Asia Minor to Thessaloniki. At that time Mr. Eleftheriades brought over 100 looms with him and set up a carpet factory. The carpets were sold primarily wholesale to clients in North America and Northern Europe. The export business flourished until the early 1980’s when inflation and inappropriate government fiscal policies led to the dramatic increase in costs that drove the Greek carpet manufacturing industry out of the market....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Child Labor in Pakistan

- Child Labor in Pakistan Picture yourself as a 7 year old with a full time job, no education, and the responsibility to provide for your family. Could you do it. Would you be able to work long hours for years on end in unhealthy and possibly unsafe conditions. “The term ‘child labor’ is defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity and that is harmful to physical and mental development” (What is Child Labor ). A child is considered to be a person under the age of 18....   [tags: Human Rights ]

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Forensics Does Not Lie

- In 1964 Marcy Sullivan moved into Cape Cod, only to be found dead within days. Several years later Alberto DeSalvo confessed to the rape and murder of Marcy Sullivan and ten other women, only to recant his confession leaving the world in doubt as to whom the real Boston Strangler was. Despite the fact that Albert DeSalvo was not convicted of the murders of the Boston Strangler he was sentenced to life in prison for other rape charges. Later on, whilst in prison he was stabbed to death, taking the truth of his actions to the grave....   [tags: alberto desalvo, dna, criminals]

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Comparison Between Love And The Flower Of Love

- Love, it is showed in many different ways. Love can simply be a mother to son relationship, or to lust and have passion towards another human. Love can be hard but it also can be pleasurable. Everyone has love its just sometimes hard to show it, so what other way could someone show love. Actions and words are two of the main things. You could simply show love as a mother in telling your son some wise words about life such as how in the poem Mother to Son did. Or you could tell your lover that she or he is as beautiful as a flower and use your actions with passion such a the poem Flower of Love showed....   [tags: Poetry, Rhyme, Alliteration, Meaning of life]

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Is Jesus Christ A Master Home Builder?

- There are people who build houses out of garbage. Did you know that. It is the oddest thing, really. If you go to the internet and type “houses constructed out of garbage,” you will find numerous examples of people who build houses out of the most unusual things. I read about one man whose main building materials were 2000 tires and 20,000 aluminum cans – that’s why he built his house out of. He covered the tires and cans with an adobe finish, and apparently, that house is still standing today, and still being lived in....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Bible, Christian terms]

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I Am A Whole New Lesson

- Going to placement is one of the best parts of my week because I really appreciate learning from Mrs. Much. Mrs. Much begins class by having the students sit on the carpet, while she explains the lesson for the week. Last week’s lesson was to be able to put events or ideas in order using the words first, next, and last. This week students were learning a whole new lesson. This week’s lesson was to be able to use text features, such as photographs, bold print, illustrations, labels and glossary to find information....   [tags: A Great Way to Care, Education, Learning]

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Life Span Development Observation Paper

- Life Span Development Observation Paper For this observation I attended Horseshoe Trails Elementary School in Cave Creek, where I observed a boy in 2nd grade. To keep the confidentiality of the child, I will refer to him as Bob. Bob is a Caucasian 8-year-old male who lives with his older sister and both of his parents in Cave Creek. His teacher, Ms. Sunshine, informed me he is a very bright child who performs above average in all of his core subjects. She reported he has a lot of friends in class and is just starting to take an interest in girls....   [tags: Developmental psychology, Attachment theory]

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The Night Of August 19

- The night of August 19, 2007, I laid down in my bed drifting to sleep with the sound of rain on the roof above my head. It seemed to be just another late summer storm that was very common in Findlay, Ohio. As the night continued, I was woken up to the sound of rolling thunder and flashes of lightening. I remained in bed and as I laid there I heard the voices of my mom and dad. I could not quite hear what they were talking about, but I knew that my parents would not be up and out of bed for just any thunder storm....   [tags: Mother, Father, Automobile, Lightning]

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My Memories - Original Writing

- Ever since I was a child, my father and I have had a poor, rocky, relationship. In fact, my earliest memory is of him, and comes from when I was around five years old. We were hanging out in the living room. My heavy, nearly-bald father was sitting on a one seater couch watching television, while my beautiful, dark-haired mother sat on the other one seater couch and read either some kind of book, magazine, or newspaper. I don’t remember if it was with crayons, colored pencils or markers, or if it was a book or just a piece of paper, but I was sitting on the carpet in front of them, coloring....   [tags: Mother, Family, Father, Parent]

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The Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum Cleaner

- The Bissell Pet Hair Eraser vacuum cleaner comes in three styles--upright, canister and hand-vac. According to the Vacuum Cleaner Advisor, the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser "appears to be another in the line of “love it or hate it” vacuum cleaners," with some consumers saying "it does a great job, has fantastic suction and is good value for the money," and other people finding problems with aspects of the vacuum cleaner's effectiveness, structure and features. (reference 1 Bissell 3920 Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum Review Suction The Bissell Upright Pet Hair Eraser's suction is criticized by some users who say this v...   [tags: Product Review ]

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Everything in its Place

- Setting up a classroom is easily the hardest thing for most teachers to do. Without out knowing the specific needs of the class, a teacher has to create a room that is accessible, safe, and engaging to all the students who might enter the classroom. Keeping those goals in mind is the key to having a great classroom environment. While there is often only one year difference between kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students the room requirements and setup are very different. Pre-kindergarten classes focus more on a student’s social and emotional growth and development....   [tags: Education, teaching]

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What´s Sick Building Syndrome?

- 1.0 Introduction Building is important structure for mankind. In general definition, building is a structure with a roof and wall, such as houses, factory and school. The different type of building is depend on the function, capacity and it size. So it will give the different design and material in the building structure. For certain building, there are many defect are need consideration for further action. According to Building Code of Australia (n.d), building defect is buildings out of warranty period, may not comply with these standards but must be judged against the standard at the time of construction or refurbishment....   [tags: ventilation problems, bioaerosol ]

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Charles Dickens ' Hard Times

- Charles Dickens believes that the key to a quality education is the inclusion of creativity and imagination in the structure of learning. At the time of writing the novel Hard Times, Dickens was extremely dissatisfied with the education system in place in Victorian England. He believed that education was a big part of a person’s life and contributed to their outcome as human being in society. The education at the time severely emphasized utilitarianism. Utilitarianism is when actions are considered good and right if they benefit a majority....   [tags: Hard Times, Charles Dickens]

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The Issue Of Child Labor

- In educated families in Pakistan children have a normal life. They go to school, they play, and they have social activities. But in poor families the children work at least 8 hours a day. The per capita income in Pakistan is $1,900. The Economist Ranjan Ray states that a family will make their children work only if they are really in need (5).An average Pakistani has to feed 9 to 10 people. In addition, Pakistan has very high rates of inflation. Farkhanda Anjum and her colleagues in professional medical journal claims, "The ICF international (2012) estimated that of the 1,05,915 workers in the carpet industry 31.5 % of them were children....   [tags: Education, Childhood, Pakistan, The Child]

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Technology Is Controlled For Me By My Own Choice

- As previously stated, the most important and valuable technology in my life is my laptop computer. I do check in regularly and respond to my email and any online classes I might have usually, several times daily. Technology is controlled for me by my own choice. I don’t have an iPhone, but I do have a cell phone that one of my grandchildren refers to as “embarrassing.” It’s a “pay as you go” phone that has big buttons that I can actually see. It does not take pictures and it doesn’t have internet capability....   [tags: Mobile phone, Laptop]

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A Comparison of two versions of Act V Scene I (Zeffirelli & Branagh)

- Hamlet has been reproduced as film from as early as the 1920s’s. Even though that was a five minuet, crude replication with sounds and music recorded separately: it was a five minuet crude replication of solely Act V Scene I. This is a scene of conclusion. The confrontation that has been brewing from the start finally ends in mass murder and regicide. In all interpretations this is an important part. Two examples of different interpretations are a pair in the 90’s directed by two well known men, for completely different purposes....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]

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Bouncing Balls: Basketball

- Have you ever asked yourself how much energy or effort it really takes to dribble a basketball. Energy can only mean one thing: the strength required in a physical or mental activity such as basketball. Every time someone would bounce a basketball on the floor it has to transmit energy for the ball to come back into the air, or into your hands. Without the force of energy, you couldn’t handle the ball like the way you’re supposed to in the game. Why is it when you stop dribbling a basketball, the ball stops bouncing....   [tags: physical activity, effort, energy]

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How Does Trump Have Signs Of A Child With Challenging Behaviors?

- In this paper you will hear about a male name Trump. He was a young two year old, which means his birthday has recently passed. Trump has high energy and is really curious about his surrounds. He also can be a little mischievous at times. He was observed in two different segments. During the first segment I noticed how Trump showed signs of a child with challenging behaviors. His challenging behaviors where shown during many situations, especially during his social interactions. In the second segment Trump was observed lacking emotional and social issues....   [tags: Behavior, Psychology, Human behavior]

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Night : Inside The Cordon - Kieran Fitzgerald 's Cabin

- NIGHT 1 Inside the Cordon – Kieran Fitzgerald’s Cabin I 'm not going back to prison. I 'm not going back to prison. I 'm not going back to prison. I repeat the words, over and over and over again, like a mantra until it numbs every feeling of regret I have. Until I believe that my twin brother 's dead body dropped to the floor with a purpose other than my own selfishness. All he had to do was stick to the plan; the fuckin’ plan that was a year and a half in the making. A plan we concocted together and agreed upon, despite the obvious risks involved....   [tags: Fuck, Profanity, Shit, Cunt]

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Importance of African American Literature Addressing the Black Experience

- The role of African American literature in recent years has been to illuminate for the modern world the sophistication and beauty inherent in their culture as well as the constant struggle they experience in the oppressive American system. When writers such as Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois and Alice Walker present their material, they manage to convey to a future world the great depth of feeling and meaning their particular culture retained as compared with the culture of their white counterparts....   [tags: race, racism]

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Graduation Speech : School For Junior Achievement

- My assigned school for Junior Achievement was Henry Steubing Elementary in the Northside Independent School District. Mrs. Magallan was my cooperating teacher, she also had a teaching assistant; Ms. Cristina. Their class was a pre-kindergarten class that included esl students. I visited the class five times throughout October to November 2015. I taught the Junior Achievement lesson “Ourselves”. There were many positive and negative aspects I observed in the class. The positive aspects were that Mrs....   [tags: Education, Lesson plan, School, Teacher]

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My Observation At The Ester Jetter Preschool

- During my observation at the Ester Jetter Preschool, I observed a quiet, well-behaved three year old little girl named Savannah. Although she is three years old and her average weight should be 30 pounds, I would say that she weighs less than thirty pounds although she looked very healthy. Savannah was dressed in a green dress, gray leggings and a jean jacket. She was accessorized with a pearl necklace and a pink bracelet; she also had her hair down with a small side braid. Within her physical development, she showed great gross and fine motor skills....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Left-handedness, Hand]

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No Tradition Involving A Single Food

- No tradition involving a single food stands out in my memory, but every Sunday the entire family, aunts, uncles, cousins gathered at Grandma’s. Grandma Powell’s kitchen was the hub of activity. With up to 25 people in the house at one time it seemed that if you were not in the kitchen at some point you missed everything that happened. My mother and her brothers always told stories about their adventures. Always hilarious. Conversations circled ‘round often and if you missed the story, you missed the joke, forever....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Cakes, Cake]

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Magic Realism in One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

- Magic Realism in One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez In One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel García Márquez uses “magic realism,” to depict how human beings deal with their self-created solitude. “Magic realism” [Note that the German art critic Franz Roh coined the term “magic realism” in 1925 to describe "a magic insight into reality”][1] is the art of captivating something that in the real world would not be possible and manufacturing it to be believable. It is very different from fairy tale magic, where things are quite astonishing, unbelievable, and over done....   [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude Marquez]

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Commentary on the Lost Heritage by Heather Buck

- Commentary on the Lost Heritage by Heather Buck The Lost Heritage by Heather Buck expresses the message that in today's lifestyle, we have lost our touch with our past. The main theme of the poem is the fact that the present's children are not informed about their detailed past. We are blind to the importance and significance of our heritage. The opening phrase "Coreopsis, saffron, madder, daily we tread kaleidoscopes of [color], on Persian rugs we set our feet" indicates that we have a colorful and bright heritage but that daily we ignore it and shun ourselves out from that....   [tags: Papers]

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The Siege of Camp Half-Blood

- Aquilus came to with a splitting headache, the bruise on his jaw throbbing relentlessly. Suppressing the temptation to groan he stayed still and listened. Apart from the constant dripping of water, the room sounded empty. He cracked an eye open and satisfied he was alone, sat up and took a proper look at his surroundings. The room was small, square, with a high ceiling. The concrete floor rose and dipped beneath his feet. He jerked his head upwards as a drop of water landed next to him and found that a maze of pipes lined the roof, leaking water that was pooling in large puddles along the floor....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Bandura 's Social Cognitive Theory

- Analysis Bandura’s social cognitive theory, relates to the way Student A acts. Bandura’s theory focuses on observational learning like imitating and modeling, which Student A does through out the days I have observed. When the teacher teaches her how to say a word, student A imitates the lip movement and sounds the teacher makes. “People acquire a wide range of behaviors, thought, and feelings through observing others’ behaviors and that these observations form an important part of children’s development” (Santrock, 2010, p....   [tags: Observation, Scientific method, Education]

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Why Is Fashion Stylist Important?

- Why is fashion stylist important. That’s the question asked by many people throughout the fashion world. Fashion stylist has the job of selecting clothes for publishing editorial features, advertising campaigns, and styling people who may need to be dressed for an event or on a day to day basis. The stylist are more commonly known for the dressing of celebrities in the finest fashion couture and doing so by putting them in some of the biggest designers in the world such as Versace or the wonderful brand of Coco Chanel....   [tags: Haute couture, Clothing, Milan, Coco Chanel]

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My Reflection On The Lesson

- After reflecting on the lesson performed in my cooperation classroom, I have many thoughts on the lesson. My partner Kate and I decided that we would do the lesson together and have the entire class evolved. When we got to the classroom we realized that the students were having a math test that day and we had to change our plans slightly to make our lesson fit in the time slot. Luckily we have two prep periods before the students even have class so we were able to go through our lesson and make sure we knew what we were going to say....   [tags: Knowledge, Understanding, Education, Time]

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One Life Aquatic

- One Life Aquatic Steve Zissou is a world known, and partially renowned oceanographic explorer. He has been depicted through his documentary films as a larger than life character, yet it seems that each unsuccessful film shows more and more of his humanity. The film introduces us to Steve Zissou when he is at an all time low in his career, having just lost his best friend and crewmate Esteban. Steve is now searching for something more amazing than anything he has ever done, just to reaffirm his place in life....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Features of a Mosque

- A mosque is a building used as a place of worship for Muslims. It is often referred to as a ‘masjid’ by many Muslims as this is the Arabic term for it. There are many features within the mosque all of which are necessary for the mosque to properly function. The most distinguished characteristic of a mosque is that it hosts the five daily prayers. These are performed in congregation with an Imam leading the prayer. The prayer hall has a distinctive type of carpet. This is since the carpet has sections all shaped like separate prayer mats so that there is no need to take out individual prayer mats for each person attending the mosque to pray....   [tags: Islam]

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Power of Art, Creativity, and Imagination in Children’s Literature

- Power of Art, Creativity, and Imagination in Children’s Literature “Imagination is the true magic carpet ride,” as Norman Vincent Peale once said. Indeed this proves to be true in Crockett Johnson’s, Harold and the Purple Crayon, when Harold, a small boy with a large imagination, creates his world using a purple crayon. Also, Leo Lionni uses a mouse named Fredrick to capture “colors” and “sunrays” in his Caldecott winning book Fredrick. However, imagination is not the only tool utilized in these books; art, and the power found in creativity are equally stressed....   [tags: Literary Literature Essays]

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Unraveling Cleopatra

- Unraveling Cleopatra "She took a small boat, and one only of her confidants, Apollodorus, the Sicilian, along with her, and in the dusk of the evening landed near the palace. She was at a loss how to get in undiscovered, till she thought of putting herself into the coverlet of a bed and lying at length, whilst Apollodorus tied up the bedding and carried it on his back through the gates to Caesar's apartment. Caesar was first captivated by this proof of Cleopatra's bold wit, and was afterwards so overcome by the charm of her society that he made a reconciliation between her and her brother, on the condition that she should rule as his colleague in the kingdom." (The Life of Julius Caesar, Pl...   [tags: Egypt History Papers]

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Effects of Road Salt to the Environment

- The first American use of road salt was in New Hampshire in 1938. By 1942, 5,000 tons of salt was used nationwide (Kelly, Today, it is estimated that 15,000,000 tons of salt are used on roads in the winter; a 300,000-percent increase (Kelly, Road salt is leaving a detrimental effect on the environment and discontinuation is vital to keeping plants, animals, and humans safe and healthy. Road salt is a key component to staying safe in the winter, but it is not safe for the environment....   [tags: Winter, Sodium]

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How Muslims Worship in a Mosque

- A mosque (Masjid in Arabic) is a place for Muslims to worship God. The sacred space that I visited is “Dar AlHjrah” mosque in Falls church, VA. In my country every neighborhood has a mosque and each mosque has different shape and Design. Dar AlHjrah mosque had everything a mosque has. There’s “minaret” which is a slim tower attached to the mosque. The “minaret” shape was octagonal with pointed roof. The reason for the “minaret” tower is to make the call for prayer (Adhan). The color of the whole mosque from outside is white and beige....   [tags: prayer, sacred, quran]

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The Central Business District of Kidderminster

- The Central Business District of Kidderminster Introduction ============ For my GCSE fieldwork we were required to visit the central Business District (CBD for short) of a town or a city. The town that I will investigate is called Kidderminster, and is located in Central England, near the Wyre Forest District in the countryside of Worcestershire on the Stour River. Kidderminster is just 19 miles south of Birmingham. It has a very industrial history and is known as the origin of the Carpet Industry....   [tags: Papers]

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Biography of Alexander Perry

- ... The fashion designer’s strong and marketable personality along with his attention to detail and unwavering drive to perceive and succeed has helped him create a globally recognized brand. ‘Alex Perry’ Biography: Alex Perry (Alexandros Pertsinidis), born in Australia with a Greek migrant family, lived in Sydney as his parents worked in a small suburban hamburger shop. With a strong love for drawing and fashion he later studied and graduated from East Sydney Technical Collage in 1984 in the fashion design studio....   [tags: australian designer, modeling agent]

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Comparison between a Discount Store and Department Store

- Comparison between a Discount Store and Department Store When you walk into a discount store such as Ross, you will notice rows and rows of clothing racks. If you look down you will see tile floors. Ross has several different sections. They have a men’s, sports ware, women’s, juniors, children’s, under garments, electronics, luggage, kitchen accessories, shoes, accessories, bed and bath, and seasonal. These sections are all scattered through out the store. When you walk into a section, you will notice the aisles are very close not allowing carts east access between them....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analysis of Trainspoting

- Analysis of Trainspoting "Make a close analysis of a film segment you have viewed and describe the use of mise-en-scene and editing." I have chosen to analyse a small segment of the film "Trainspotting". The particular scene I have chosen is called "Spuds Interview" and shows a character (Spud) attempting to appear as if he is trying to earn the placement at a leisure facility. The catch is he is trying to appear to be trying without actually having to get the job and therefore work....   [tags: Papers]

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The Vacuum Cleaner

- The Vacuum Cleaner Summary The vacuum cleaner is a household appliance that cleans by suction. It is generally used on a textured surface, such as carpet, and is pushed over the surface, sucking up dust and dirt as it goes. The suction is created by an air pump, a partial vacuum; it creates a difference in pressure between the inside of the machine and the outside air and dirt and dust is taken in to the lower pressure zone. Friction on the carpet causes the dust to be removed from the carpet, or other surface....   [tags: Technology Vacuum]

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How To Detail Your Car

- How to successfully detail your car. When you buy a new car it comes to you spotless, washed, polished, and dressed. After a while the bright shine of amorall begins to fade and that showroom shine is no longer at show room condition. French fries begin to gather, straw wrappers appear, the ever-present coffee stain on the carpeting and even animal hair collects all which demolishes the clean appearance of your prized automobile. When owning a new car you need to know how to reestablish that beautiful finish....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Goodyear Case

- Goodyear Case In 1992, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company decided to reconsider the offer from Sears to sell Goodyear's Eagle brand tires. The reasons that Goodyear was contemplating this offer was that Sears was replacing worn out Goodyear tires at a large amount every year. The tires were not being replaced with Goodyear tires because the customers at Sears wanted to replace their tires with the best possible tires that Sears offered, and the Goodyear tires were not in the offering. The company's major options in this decision were whether to sell only the Eagle brand tires or all of the Goodyear tire brands....   [tags: Case Study Tires Business Essays, solution]

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Home Improvement

- TOWNHOME RENOVATION PROJECT Objective In order to enhance and increase the value of my home, renovating and upgrading my town home will increase its value once and if I decide to sell, and provide me with a comfortable place to call home. This statement of work is a narrative description of the work required for upgrading my town home. The selection criterion was based on quality of work, reliability, rapport, and on-time performance. My objective is to keep the cost within my budget to one that I will be comfortable with....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Bissell Cleanview Helix Review

- The Bissell Cleanview Helix is for people seeking a full sized vacuum cleaner on a budget. Like other varieties at this price point, it is upright, bagless, and features simple controls. It comes with all the expected bells and whistles. The vacuum is sufficient for cleaning an entire home, even stairs, edges, and bare floors. This isn't a high-end machine, and it won't take a beating for years like some of the expensive options. If you need a vacuum for normal use, it gets the job done. Let's start our Bissell Cleanview Helix review by sizing it up....   [tags: Vacuum, Appliance]

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Theodore Roethkes Poem Sale

- When you first read it, Theodore Roethke’s poem “Sale” seems like it is about a house that is empty and for sale. The metaphors, similes, connotation, and personification show the sadness of the house and the more important point. The poem is actually about the death of a grandfather and everything in the house seems to remind him of his grandfather and how his grandfather was an abusive man to him and the rest of his family. He is trying to let go lost memories. In the beginning of the poem Roethke writes, “-And an attic of horrors, a closet of fears.” (1.4)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ted Cruz, A Presidential Candidate For The Republican Party And Recent Winner Of The Iowa Caucus

- Ted Cruz Ted Cruz is a presidential candidate for the Republican Party and recent winner of the Iowa caucus. He was born in Canada to a Cuban immigrant and to an American mother. He relocated to Texas at the age of four and obtained his American citizenship because of his mother, who is an American citizen. He was the Solicitor General of Texas for five years, making him the longest solicitor general in Texas. As a Presidential candidate, Cruz has different policies that he wants to implement during his presidency One of them relates to immigration....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, United States]

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The Death Of A Woman 's House After Christmas Shopping By Leanne Tiernan

- Leanne Tiernan, a sixteen-year-old female of Bramley, Leeds, in West Yorkshire, Britain disappeared Sunday, November 26th, 2000 around 5pm (Keely). Commuting back from her friend’s house after Christmas shopping, Leanne walked through a dimly lit, public footpath known as Houghley Gill. She often used this pathway as a shortcut to travel home from her friend’s house (“High Court Setting”). Little did the teenagers know, this would be the last time they would ever see each other again. Meanwhile, a figure loomed in the woods waiting for his next victim-Leanne Tiernan....   [tags: Police, Constable, Forensic science, Crime]

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Mr. Carver 's A Job As An Employee Worker And A Trailer Home

- Mr. Andresen verbally offered Ms. Carver a job as an GTF employee and a trailer home, which Ms. Carver verbally accepted. Ms. Carver agreed to have her rent for the trailer home deducted from her monthly paycheck. Ms. Carver signed this lease agreement, at the age of 17 with Mr. Andresen whom at the time of the agreement, was not unaware that Ms. Carver was 17. Ms. Carver and her dog, Drake moved into Mr. Andresen’s trailer home. After living there for multiple months Ms. Carver’s family lawyer and trustee sent notice to Mr....   [tags: Contract, Offer and acceptance, Contract law]

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The Issue Is Not For Breach Of Contract With Mr. Anderson And Gtf

- Issue: The issue is whether Ms. Carver is liable for breach of contract with Mr. Anderson and GTF. Rule: A contract requires four key elements: agreement, consideration, capacity, and legality (Kubasek, 306). Not completing one element of the contract renders it void or voidable. Minors, or people under the age of 18 (41-1-101), are allowed to enter into contract in the same way that adults can; all contracts that minors enter into are voidable and can be disaffirmed by the minor (41-1-302). Also, a lawyer or guardian cannot disaffirm the contract....   [tags: Contract, Breach of contract, Contract law]

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Edgar Allan Poe 's ' The Masque Of The Red Death '

- Edgar Allan Poe Similarity Essay Edgar Allan Poe 's Stories can be considered very similar. The reason for this is because many of Poe 's experiences have influenced the stories. One life event that influenced these stories is the death of a family member. Poe lost his mother, his foster mother, and his wife Virginia all to tuberculosis. Another reasons Poe 's works are so dark is because Poe had his father abandon him and his foster father disliked him. Poe lived from January 19, 1809, to October 7, 1849....   [tags: Edgar Allan Poe, The Cask of Amontillado]

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Free Radicals Is A Group Exhibition Presented By Katherine E. Nash Gallery

- Free Radicals is a group exhibition presented by the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota from February 24 to March 26. The exhibitions is curated by Jenny Schmid, Professor of Art, and Howard Oransky, Director of the Katherine E. Nash Gallery. Free Radicals covers a remixed history and politics of United States through the power of printmaking and reflects the melting pot that is the U.S. Printmaking is a very traditional art in the U.S. Many artists use printmaking for their own creation of art, especially in the past of the United States....   [tags: United States, African American]

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Analysis of Writing Instruction: Incorporating a Writing Workshop in the Classroom

- I. Research According to Fletcher and Portalupi, students use writing in a variety of ways: to communicate, question, persuade, synthesize, teach (1). Fletcher states, “…a writing work shop creates an environment where students can acquire these skills along with the fluency, confidence, and desire to see themselves as writers” (1). A writer’s work shop consists of the following components: minilessons, conferences, strategies lessons, and teaching shares according to Bender (xvii). Fletcher and Portalupi (11-13), as well as Peha (3), break their writing work shop into three components: minilessons, writing time, and share time with individual or small group conferencing....   [tags: Education, teaching, teachers]

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Analysis Of ' Max 's Story ' Red Brick Rental '

- Max found a two-story red brick rental in the middle of the block. It wasn’t elaborate, but the candy-filled drug store at the end of the street, made it a mansion to these sugar-deprived children. The landlord of this piece of property, Mr. Snippin, was a gruff man. He stood over six feet tall, wearing his jet-black hair slicked back like a gangster. His filthy grey one-piece jumpsuit reeked of sweat as he walked the family through the house. “You scratch the floor, you buff it out. You break a window, you replace it....   [tags: Confectionery, Candy, Mother]

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Two Exhibitions on View at The Museum of Contemporary Art

- ... The two typesets are placed on a carpet on the ground where you create your own epitaph. The instructions for this work are: Take a few minutes to compose the words for which you will be remembered and write a draft. Once you have completed your draft choose two cards for your epitaph and place them on top of each other. Gently pick up the letters of the metal stamps and hammer your epitaph letter by letter. Once you have completed your lettering, you may place your epitaph in the “cemetery.” Keep the second copy for yourself....   [tags: epitaph, Dirge, Sara VanDerBeek]

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Literary Techniques Used in Mother to Son by Langston Hughes

- ... (3-7) The use of “tacks” and “splinters” illustrate the pain and discomfort the mother has gone through, and torn up boards could symbolize potentially dangerous situations. If you step on a stair that is broken, there is a risk that you might fall through. Along with the discomfort, the mother may have had to dodge dangerous situations. The image of the broken-down staircase also gives the readers an impression of poverty. A staircase that is broken would not be in a wealthy person’s home, so this also shows us that she is poor....   [tags: determination, metaphor, imagery]

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Child Labor was a Ghastly Result of the Industrial Revolution

- ... These kids have the burden of working to help their poor families, but this denies them of their right to childhood and joys that every child is entitled to. Child labor also denies them their right to normal physical and mental development, and to access to any form of education and thus to a healthy, bright future. The statistics from the government say that there are 2 crore (20 million) child workers in India, a country that has ambitions of becoming a global superpower in a few years....   [tags: poverty, laws, india]

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The Moral Decay Of The Old South By William Faulkner

- In 1939 a great American author, named William Faulkner, published a series of short stories about a fictional southern county that he used in many stories to depict the life style of the old south. The Biographical information provided by the Nobel Prize website said that the fictional county was very similar to his home town in Lafayette county, Mississippi (William Faulkner - Biographical). Faulkner wrote several short stories and novels which all contributed to this imaginary Yoknapatawpha county, Mississippi....   [tags: Short story, William Faulkner, Fiction]

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Investing In Real Estate In Chapel Hill and Stockton

- At first glance the two property choices seem to be similar. They are both three bedroom, two bath, single-family properties available for $125,500. There are two main distinctions between the properties: the location and the current condition of the house. I believe that the house located in Chapel Hill is a better investment because the current economic state is better and the listed market price reflects the current condition of the house. While making a decision on which is the better buy, I researched some vital indicators of the current state of each local economy and compared what was available....   [tags: Financial Strategy, Pros&Cons]

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What Role did Iqbal Masih play in Child Labour

- Iqbal Masih started his child labour journey at a very young age. At just four years old he was forced out of his home, away from his family, to work for a wealthy carpet maker, to whom his family owed a total of six hundred rupees, sixteen Canadian dollars. Iqbal and a large amount of children were forced to work more than twelve hours a day, six days a week. The over worked children were treated like rubbish. They were beaten regularly, verbally abused, and worst of all chained to their looms by the carpet factory owner....   [tags: Child Labor, Anti Slavery, Iqbal Masih]

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How the Learning Envirnoment of a Classroom Effects Learning

- The concept of the learning environment Is the environment in which you are teaching and learning processes, including covered by this ocean of factors and effects depends upon the quality of output, and the results of both processes. So, the educational environment of the school includes school construction site, buildings, halls and gyms rows and scientific laboratories, furniture, equipment and school supplies. So the following will set up two of the classroom environment. Also I will be aspects (safety, comfort, space, sound equipment and materials, mobility, attractive and storage areas) I observe two classes, one is in grade one the other in grade Five....   [tags: safety, mobility, space, comfort]

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