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Behind The Scenes : Cheerleading Edition

- Behind the Scenes: Cheerleading Edition It was perfect sunny day with the perfect temperature around 75 degrees on Sunday, September 11, 2016. As I pull into the Save-A-Lot parking lot on the corner of SW 9th and Park, I see the cheerleaders and the coach I had. The energy of the street fair was very welcoming and friendly. There were all types of people here, there were little kids with the biggest smiles on their faces from getting a free carnation, seeing the clown who made them balloon animals, watching the magic show, and meeting Disney princesses, Elsa and Belle, that were underneath a big tree hiding from the sun, there were families with little kids jumping around on the bounce hous...   [tags: Cheerleading, High school, Cheering, Pom-pon]

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APA 6th Edition Formatting

- APA 6th Edition Formatting Three Citations Using Direct Quotes Intuition and analysis are two cognitive styles used by entrepreneurs in new venture formation. Researches Kickul, Gundry, Barbosa, and Whitcanack (2009) studied the effects of intuition versus analysis on entrepreneurial self-efficacy and found that “individuals with the intuitive cognitive style were more confident in their ability to identify and recognize opportunities,” but “individuals with the analytic cognitive style were more confident in their abilities to assess, evaluate, plan, and marshal resources” (p....   [tags: Language]

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An Edition Of The Rover

- An Edition of The Rover This project grew out of an exercise designed primarily to give graduate students practical experience in the processes of textual bibliography. It was continued and completed based on two beliefs: first, that the errors found amoung extant editions are significant enough to warrant further revision, and second, that the existence of a text with format and language accessible to modern readers is essential to the survival of this important work. With these aims in mind, we have worked to produce an edition of The Rover that respects not only the believed intentions of the author and the integrity of the earliest texts, but also the needs and concerns of conte...   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Analysis Of The Controversial Edition Of Time Magazine

- This essay will explore a selected media text using techniques of semiotic analysis, in order to establish an argument that racial identities and portrayal are essentially stereotyped by media representation. This essay will analyse the controversial edition of Time magazine featuring O.J Simpson on its cover to present a discourse of how signs convey meaning and connotations to the audience, then present an argument for conveying a predominantly negative impression on Simpson’s racial identity....   [tags: Race, African American, Ethnic group]

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2013 Edition

- Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2013 Edition This year’s Kindle Paperwhite makes it clear that Amazon is going a full throttle into ebooks – with the release of its new product line - Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, 2013 edition. This new ebook reader is an updated version of the 2012 edition with added features like: Wi-Fi ereader, faster processor, distraction free screen, easy to hold, and with a longer life battery . The offered price is US$119 in online stores. The product is a better version than the previous model in terms of performance and technology with brigher screen, smooth interface and later OS update....   [tags: audiobooks, hardware, battery]

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Analysis of The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition

- Introduction: In this world, there are many different individuals who are not only different in demographics but also different neurologically. Due to an immense amount of people it is important to first understand each individual, in order, to better understand them and to help them when it comes to certain areas such as education, the work force, and etc…. For this reason psychologists have aimed to further understand individuals through the use of psychological assessments. This paper aims to examine a particular assessment tool, the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales (Fifth Edition), which measures both intelligence and cognitive abilities (Roid, 2003)....   [tags: intelligence assessment, scores]

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Edition of JC Whitney eHighway

- In this edition of JC Whitney eHighway: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - Vibrant Rear Window Graphics Block the Sun's UV Rays - Magnetic Fast Flames Graphic Sets Tested to 110 MPH ... How Fast Will You Go. - The Latest Patriotic Magnetic Body Graphic - Day or Night, Everyone Will Know You Have Arrived ...with Neon - Mesmerize Onlookers with a Circle of Light - Customize Your Pedals with Aluminum and Bold Colors from Autotecnica Take your car from Street to Show. Go to ... http://www.you-click.net/GoNow/a10070a54870a102453907a0 Vibrant Rear Window Graphics Block the Sun's UV Rays See-thru Window Graphics from GlasScapes add color and excitement to the rear window of your pickup, S...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wide Range Achievement Test 4th Edition

- Darrell Sabers and Amy Olson reviewed the Wide Rage Achievement Test 4th edition (WRAT-4) in the Mental Measurements Yearbook eighteen edition. In their review Sabers and Olson mentioned differences and similarities between the WRAT-4 and the previous three editions of the WRAT. The WRAT was created to assess “basic academic skills necessary for effective learning, communication and thinking” in addition it evaluates people age 5 to 94 years old that have learning, behavioral, and vocational struggles....   [tags: mental measurements]

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Stress : Doomsday ( The One That Killed Superman ) Week Edition

- Kristen Garcia (ID # 96064954) Professor Garfin Psy Beh 137H—Human Stress 23 Monday 2016 Stress: Doomsday (The One that Killed Superman) Week Edition Stress. This one word has the power to bring down even the most resilient and capable of people, it is so strong that it has the potential to affect not only a person’s mental well-being, but their physical and emotional well-being as well. Personally, I feel that I lead a relatively stress-free life on the daily, I mean yeah I get road rage every now and then and my roommates can be quite challenging sometimes, but for the most part, I’m not constantly worried or anxious about things....   [tags: Anxiety, Emotion, Robert Sapolsky, Fear]

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Gay Marriage Is The Same As An Older Edition Of The Book

- The gay marriage issue gets a considerable amount of attention. Gay rights are a good start for advanced students and beginning researchers. The format of a book about gay marriage is the same as an older edition of the book. The book includes “Law of gay rights” and “Gay rights and US culture.” The book also includes biographical key points from both sides-for and against gay rights. The constitution, rest on a bedrock belief of equal worth and dignity for every person. Everyone will forever discriminate against each other whether it is color, religion, sexuality, etc....   [tags: Homosexuality, Same-sex marriage]

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The Author 's Presence A Pool Of Readings Sixth Edition

- “What Meets the Eye”, this topic absolutely caught my full attention in personalized reading list for "Psychology and Human Behavior" members. It was by Daniel Akst and it can be found in our textbook “The Writer’s Presence A Pool of Readings Eighth Edition” page three hundred twenty nine. Its topic has completely reflecting the main idea of this expository writing, my interpretation of it is what caught your attention. We are humans and we are much on the visualization basis. Almost everyone, we have to admit that we judge people at the first sight....   [tags: Human physical appearance, Physical attractiveness]

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Gospel Rap And Civility : Chance The Rapper Edition

- Gospel Rap and Civility: Chance the Rapper edition. People from many generations may think that today’s music shows virtually nothing. This generations rap music mainly circles around how much money you receive from rapping, how much women you receive from rapping, and how much drugs you receive from rapping. There is rare few times where rap artist come out of this circle, to talk about real life experiences, issues within the world, and how this affects certain diversities. Baruti N. Kopano, an assistant professor of Mass Communications at Delaware State University, does a study on the rhetorical legacy of rap music....   [tags: Hip hop music, Rapping, Lil Wayne, Rakim]

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Behavior Assessment System For Children, Second Edition

- General Information The Behavioral Assessment System for Children, Second Edition was written by Cecil R. Reynolds and Randy W. Kamphaus. The BASC-2 was published in 2004 by Pearson. The manual is currently priced at $102 and can be purchased online. The BASC-2 is qualified under level B. This means that it may be purchased by an individual with a master’s degree in psychology, education, occupational therapy, social work, or any field closely related to assessment and formal training it the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation....   [tags: General Information, Schooling, Education]

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Nature Vs. Nurture : State Development Edition

- Nature vs. Nurture: State Development Edition In his well known piece, Guns, Germs and Steel, Jared Diamond proposes that the differences between populations of different continents is not due to differences in the people, but of the environment. There are, of course innumerable differences to be found among the environments that each continent has to offer, however, Diamond stresses only a few. They include: wild plants and animals native to the area- which affect a society’s surplus thus allowing the society to move beyond their basic need- a group 's ability to travel and/or migrate both intercontinental and to other continents- this would allow for trade and access to other goods, and e...   [tags: Free market, Capitalism, Market economy]

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SQL Server Proposal for GRW Inc

- When CCCL Inc was a small company, keeping records and customer data by the use of spreadsheets, access databases, and manual records were realistic practices, but as the company has grown, it has outgrown such practices. Management at GRW is now searching for a centralized database solution that will allow multi-department database collaboration as well as the ability to mine data as needed, companywide. The proposed solution to the needs of the company is the installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2012....   [tags: Enterprise Edition, SQL Server]

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Morpheus Preview Edition

- Morpheus Preview Edition (421) Now....more than music: * Search for all types of media - almost anything you can imagine - music, photos, reference files, reports, documents, home movies, videos and more * Communicate via chat rooms and message boards * Share your favorite files (please ... authorized material only, as stated in our Policy Section) * Purchase MP3 audio gear and more * Find the latest news on digital media in "What's New" The Morpheus(tm) Peer-to-Peer Application: faster, better, smarter * Faster searches * Pure peer-to-peer network * Always Open connections to the Network * More simultaneous users for better search results * Self-organizing - any outages at Mus...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein, Or The Modern Prometheus A Norton Critical Edition

- “Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus a Norton Critical Edition” Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus a Norton Critical Edition” exemplify and portray about how society treats individuals for how they look. There have been many scenarios throughout the novel that show this. Society creates its monsters and we neglect people if they do not meet our standards. When talking about society’s interest in the visual image of a person, Mary Shelley demonstrates that perfectly in her novel....   [tags: Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley]

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Kelly DeVries and Douglas Smiths’ Second Edition Text, Medieval Military Technology.

- ... Over the course of this book, DeVries and Smith used many primary and secondary sources to back up their argument, with the aid of visual sources as well. To provide an example of how DeVries and Smith prove their argument, I have chosen two examples. The first example, is a stone fortification, that portrays how medieval technology influenced society, by providing a more permanent form of protection . Figure 9.5 of Chateau-Gillard Castle in France , is an example of a twelfth century fortification which allowed protection from outside threats....   [tags: book review, text book, analysis]

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Writing And Reading Across The Curriculum : Brief Edition By Laurence Behrens And Leonard Rosen

- The New York Times originally posted an article in May 18, 2011 that was reprinted in “Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum: Brief Edition” by Laurence Behrens and Leonard Rosen. This article was named, “Many with New College Degree Find the Job Market Humbling” written by Catherine Rampell about how students who recently graduated college are having trouble finding job that actually use their degree. College students have a plan of finding a job that uses their degree, right after they graduate....   [tags: University, High school, Employment, Graduation]

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The Development of Kaspar Hauser: Edition and Use of Language

- The Development of Kaspar Hauser: Edition and Use of Language Introduction ============ Mankind has always been infatuated by people who are orphans, refugee children whose parents have died. There is an interest in people who don’t have parents, how do they become a member of society. What language would they speak. Kaspar Hauser was an enigma. Where did he come from. Why was he killed. He received attention from Napoleon, emperors speculated about him and countless books have been written about him....   [tags: Papers]

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Commentary Regarding American Edition of Erich Maria Remarque´s All Quiet on the Western Front

- All Quiet On the Western Front By 1929, the example of Remarque's altered text of All Quiet on the Western Front, as Hemingway pointed out, gave further proof of greater intolerance in America than in England. Aldington's experience with Death of a Hero, however, would prove the exception. This war novel is actually an anti-war novel, tracing the lives and losses of a young group of soldiers caught in the brutality of World War I. Gripping, realistic, and searing with a vision inconsistent with post-war German character, this book caused Remarque to receive death threats and to leave Germany to live and work in Hollywood....   [tags: World War I, Soldiers]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Rereading America Ninth Edition By St. Cullen And Lisle The American Education System

- Today’s schools are classified according to which social class the children’s parents come from. The American education system teaches students to make decisions on aptitude. Harder standards are implemented with the idea that schools will output better students who know more, or who are more inclined to achieve things. Unfortunately, the exact opposite is the reality. Students are being taught to follow methods and instructions rather than making decisions based on experience. In the book, Rereading America Ninth edition by Colombo, Cullen and Lisle the American education system is discussed by the articles “From Social Class and the Hidden Curriculum of Work” by Jean Anyon and “College at...   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, Decision making]

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Leadership on the Frontier: Sacagawea Edition

- Showered by myths and mystery, not knowing the correct spelling of Sacagawea’s name or her correct date of birth. Her story still has been told many times throughout history. Not learning to read or write, she was well known for assisting the explorers Lewis and Clark on their expedition, in survey of the Louisiana Purchase land. She became a valuable guide to the expedition, interpreting between tribes in her region. Without the help of Sacagawea, Lewis and Clark might not have been as successful, but because of her efforts, it made claiming the newfound land for the United States impossible for other countries....   [tags: Lewis and Clark Expedition, American History]

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Henry James’ The Golden Bowl, The American Scene, and the New York Edition

- Henry James’ The Golden Bowl, The American Scene, and the New York Edition In the letter he wrote to Scribner's in 1905 proposing that he "furnish" each volume of his forthcoming deluxe edition with a preface, Henry James portrayed his novels and stories as disenfranchised beings patiently awaiting a "chance" for their cause to be righted. James would be their advocate and the prefaces the texts with which he would demonstrate his novels' worth (367). In this paper I will argue that the writing of The Golden Bowl and The American Scene were essential precedents and complements to this project of self-vindication....   [tags: American Scene]

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Leviathan: With Selected Variants From The Latin Edition of 1668

- Although Hobbes is a liberal thinker in some respects his ideas presented in the Leviathan resemble that of a monarchy. Hobbes asserts that the commonwealth can fall under three types of regimes “when the representative is one man, then it is the commonwealth a monarchy... assembly of all... a democracy... assembly of a part only... aristocracy” (L 19.1). However despite this, Hobbes proclaims that monarchic rule is superior since “the private interest is the same with the public” (L19.4). Hobbes posits that people within the state of nature require a Leviathan in order to rein since the state of nature is anarchic....   [tags: Hobbes, monarchy, commonwealth, governing]

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Analysis of The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition

- The ten subtests, that makeup the SB5, form composite scores for the factor index, domain, abbreviated, and full scale (Riverside Publishing, n.d.). A nonverbal and verbal subtest make up the factor index while all five nonverbal subtests (NVIQ) and all five verbal subtests (VIQ) make up the information for the domain scales (Riverside Publishing, n.d.). The ABIQ is composed of the routing subtests and the FSIQ is a combination of all the subtests (Riverside Publishing, n.d.). Change-Sensitive Scores (CSS) are also available and provide the chance to observe examinees differences in scores over an extended amount of time (Riverside Publishing, n.d.)....   [tags: intelligence, score]

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Analysis of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition

- It is also important to know that the SB5 has been shown to be beneficial when considering measuring whether a labeled gifted participant is highly gifted or in the lower range of the gifted spectrum (Minton & Pratt, 2006). Often times, with assessments other than the SB5, the ceiling may be too low and cannot fully assess the levels of giftedness in individuals (Williams, McIntosh, Dixon, Newton, & Youman, 2010). This often leads many highly gifted students to be rated at the same level as other participants whom they are in reality higher in ability than....   [tags: new tests for the intellectually gifted]

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How to Murder Your Family: Creon's Edition

- A variety of characters are convinced they are living their lives the best way they can in the world as they see it. Virtually every character reaches a point where his or her sense of mortality conflicts with that of another character. Antigone, a mythological play written by Sophocles, revolves around King Creon’s undeterred pursuit of what he believes is right, which brings a series of catastrophes to his royal family. Creon had absolute certainty that Polyneices was a traitor and issues a proclamation that no one is to give him a proper burial, but Antigone disregards this law flagrantly which sends Creon into a fit of fury....   [tags: book review and story analysis]

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The History of Film Making

- The History of Film The history of film making and how it’s important in today’s society. As a high school student, there are only so many ways things can interest you. Without proper entertainment in today’s society, viewers can be harder to grab on attention. There are things you need to know about the interest in the subject, what needs to be used, and everything in between. The history of film and photography go way back. It was much harder to create perfect shots or movies without edits. Over the years different people began to invent new ways to make films look better....   [tags: importance of movie edition]

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Horizon Report: Higher Education Editions

- The Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Editions seeks to answer several questions and as such examined emerging technologies for the potential impact on and use in teaching, learning and creative inquiry within the environment of higher education. They also seek answers to the many local factors which affect the practice of education, the issues that transcend regional boundaries and questions common to higher education. This report focused on 18 topics identified by the expert panels which are likely to impact technology planning and decision making: six key trends, 6 significant challenges and six important developments in educational technology....   [tags: technology, teaching, creativity]

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Versions And Variants Of Sidney 's ' Astrophil And Stella '

- Versions and Variants of Sidney’s “Astrophil and Stella” In comparing the 1591 and 1598 versions of Sir Phillip Sidney’s “Astrophil and Stella”, it is said that the 1598 publication proves to be the most authoritative version. The 1598 edition, published along with other works in Sidney’s Arcadia, contains many spelling, grammar, and punctuation corrections; a complete restructuring and organization of the sonnet sequence; as well as the replacement of lines that had been missing or miscopied in the original 1591 edition....   [tags: Sonnet, Poetry, Poetic form, Sonnet studies]

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The Value Of Magic Formulae

- Nowadays, most products’ philosophy is people oriented and satisfies the needs of humans. But, what do people really need. We may not be able to really know. Because, when producers inculcate something into your brain, then it is hard for you to understand what you really want. Adorno said, “Individual needs have been so ruthlessly eliminated from the product that they have to be invoked like magic formulae to prevent the customer from becoming aware of the murderous ritual of which he is the victim” (Adorno 44)....   [tags: Psychology, Maslow's hierarchy of needs]

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Finance and Accounting for ABC Complete Kitchen Inc.

- ... If you look at figure 1 it shows the balance sheet includes two sides, left side for assets, right side for liabilities and stockholder’s equity. To find stockholders equity, the equation is assets-liabilities=stockholder’s equity. On the balance sheet asset must equal liabilities and stockholder’s equity (Edition, 2011). The assets show the type of resource that the organization use; the other side shows the type of resources, and how much money it needs to take care of expenses. In Figure 1, it shows an example of a balance sheet for ABC....   [tags: stockholders, liabilities, taxes]

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History Of United States Coinage (coins)

- History of United States Coinage Through United States history presidents like Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, Kennedy, Eisenhower and others have been displayed on U.S. Coin heads. The United States mint has also been responsible for designs such as the Indian head, the buffalo, and the ever famous lady liberty. Through the years the U.S. Mints have extended into three branches San Francisco, Denver, and Philadelphia (Yeoman, 2001 edition 101). Those branches are responsible for making certain marks on the coins to show that they are not counterfeit....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Walt Whitm An American Poet

- Walt Whitman was born on May 31, 1819 in the state of New York. He was the second child of Walter Whitman and Louisa Van Velsor. Walt grew up in a large family which consisted of 9 children. They lived in Brooklyn and Long Island for about twenty years. Self-taught and self-made, Whitman was an American poet who can be considered as one of the greatest poets to ever take ink to paper At only twelve years old, Whitman began to understand the basics of reading and writing and became passionate with the subjects....   [tags: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman]

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Elk Grove Village At The West Of The City Of Chicago

- Elk Grove Village is located in northeastern Illinois, to the west of the City of Chicago. It has a population of 33,419 with thriving residential, business, and industrial districts. As of October 2015, the village has adopted the council manager form of government and appointed a village manager to serve alongside the mayor and six board members. Their mission is to deliver the highest quality municipal services through leadership, professionalism, innovation, and accountability. Two of the major challenges that the officials of Elk Grove Village are currently facing are O’Hare noise and pension funding requirement....   [tags: Pension, Tax, Finance, Funding]

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Human Democracy And Its Effect On Our Democracy

- Elections aim to preserve our democracy in a number of ways, and they are effective in doing so from the way they are currently set up. Our elections take place under representative democracy and are efficient, have minimal transaction costs, and strive to reduce agency loss as much as possible (491, 7th Edition). The roles that elections serve are to maintain a stable representative democratic government without having any agency loss, which is accomplished by: 1.) Allowing citizens to vote and choose for any representative that represents them, 2.) giving those delegates more of an incentive to be responsive agents through the opportunity of keeping/improving their jobs, and 3.) encouragi...   [tags: Democracy, Representative democracy, Elections]

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The History of the Sport of Swimming

- ... Swimming in open water occasionally ends in drowning. Since the nineteenth century, swimmers have turned to a supervised area for a safer environment. When learning to swim in North America, younger kids are usually taught “freestyle” or the crawl, while breaststroke is taught in Europe and Asia (MLA 7th Edition). Competitive swimming got its start as early as 36 B.C., but North American swimming has its roots in the British National Swimming Association. In 1846 swimming championships started in Australia....   [tags: recreation, competitive, strokes]

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Mercedes-Benz CL-Class v/s BMW 3

- MERC v/s the BMW: Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 500: Engine Engine Type V-Type Engine Engine Description 5.5L 388bhp V8 Engine Displacement (cc) 5461 No. of Cylinders 8 Maximum Power 388@6,000 (PS@rpm) Maximum Torque 54@2,800-4,800 (kgm@rpm) Valves per Cylinder 4 Valve Configuration DOHC Fuel Supply System SEFI Bore x Stroke 98 x 90.5 mm Compression Ratio 10.7:1 Transmission Transmission Type Automatic Gear box 7 Speed Drive Type RWD Overdrive Yes Suspension System Front Suspension 4-link with antilift control & stabilizer bar Rear Suspension Independent Multi-link with an...   [tags: Automobile Analysis ]

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Technical Analysis of a Threat

- 1. Introduction The Cisco 5540 Adaptive Security Appliance ASA is a best-of-breed product that provides perimeter security and remote access to users through VPN. This paper will discuss the firewall and VPN classifications and protocols of the Cisco 5540 ASA. The paper will discuss the strengths, weaknesses and effectiveness of the appliance and its architecture. 2. Cisco 5540 Adaptive Security Appliance ASA The Cisco 5540 ASA is a good blend of proven network security and network availability....   [tags: Information Technology]

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History of the Universal Decimal Classification System

- By definition, the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) is an indexing and retrieval language in the form of a classification for the whole of recorded knowledge, in which subjects are symbolized by a code based on Arabic numerals.[1] The UDC was the brain-child of the two Belgians, Paul Otlet and Henry LaFontaine, who began working on their system in 1889, 15 years after Melvil Dewey established the DDC.[2] Otlet and LaFontaine built their system on the foundation of the DDC with Melvil Dewey’s express permission....   [tags: library librarian UDC organization]

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The Zuni Indians Live, Today

- The Zuñi Indians live, today, on the Zuñi Reservation in west-central New Mexico. They occupying the north bank of the upper Zuni river valley of western New Mexico and Eastern Arizona since at least 700 A.D. (Theodore Frisbie; Encyclopedia), Resisters, is the best word to describe the Zuni people. They resisted acculturation. They resisted change to their ceremonial cycle. They are a complex people. They have survived because they have resisted (Arizona Rocks Tours), and unlike many other Native American tribes, the Zuñi Indians were never forced to leave their homelands and are even still living there today....   [tags: Marriage, Family, Kinship, Anthropology]

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C. Vann Woodward's The Strange Career Of Jim Crow

- C. Vann Woodward's The Strange Career Of Jim Crow C. Vann Woodward illuminates one of the “ugliest” aspects of American societal history in his book The Strange Career of Jim Crow. His book is an overview of the development of the Jim Crow system, a set of racist laws put in place around the turn of the nineteenth century. Interestingly his book tracks the evolution of racism throughout American history. He not only shows where and when racism is developing but the different ways that the racism manifested itself in the North and South....   [tags: Civil Rights Movement C. Vann Woodward Essays]

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Text vs Movie Romeo and Juliet

- Romeo & Juliet – Text vs. movie The tragedy, “Romeo and Juliet” was originally a play created by William Shakespeare, one of many world famous plays by the same. This play has been converted into its intended style many times in the past, the earliest version in 1968 was directed by Franco Zeffirelli, the latest film in 1996 by Baz Luhrmann. The latter is quite modern and only occassionally uses the words of Shakespeare. On the contrary, the older version was very traditional, and almost completely stuck to the original script....   [tags: shakespeare, film, literary analysis]

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Network Design for Worldwide Advertising Inc

- Worldwide Advertising Inc (WAI) is a startup advertising firm that is about to hire three hundred employees to work at its newly constructed Los Angeles and New York offices. The company is in need of IT consulting to design its network infrastructure on top of already existing Ethernet wiring and RJ45 connections. WAI has not hired any IT staff yet, but when the company does, the IT staff will take over administration of the network. The company has requested a proposal for initial implementation and configuration of their core IT services....   [tags: infraestructure, virtualization, server core]

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Oedipus Rex by Sophocles

- Well known is the phrase, “facta, non verba,”- yet it is oft observed that deeds are defended by their doers with discourse. Persuasive oration is prominent in, ‘Crito,’ and is present in another piece from circa the same time-, ‘Oedipus Rex.’ These works of Plato and Sophocles share undoubtable similarities; discernible in both is the ways in which the protagonists attempt to justify their actions, with both raconteurs employing perspicacious reasoning, supposedly sacrosanct support, and suaveness to warrant their acts and assumptions....   [tags: facta, non verba, crito]

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Walt Whitman Proves that Greatness Comes in Many Ways, Shapes, and Forms

- ... Whitman was born on May 31, 1819 in West Hills, Long Island; to a working class family. He was the second of nine children. In his very young years of his life he grew up in New York. At that time it was still developing into a big city. Whitman had many jobs, he worked as a journalist, a teacher, a government clerk, and on the side in addition to publishing his poetry he was a volunteer nurse during the American Civil War. Later on in Whitman’s life he moved back to New York and became an editor....   [tags: poet, self-taught, literary hero]

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Dietary Guidelines For American Health Concerns And The Nutrition Needs Of Specific Populations

- Every 5 years a new and refined edition of Dietary Guidelines for Americans which evolves to address pressing public health concerns and the nutrition needs of specific populations (1). The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are basic recommendations set for Americans to live healthier life styles for all ages beginning as young as 2 years old. Many Americans know of the guidelines but fail to live by them, consequently causing possible heart attack, stroke, or cancer, some of the leading cause of death in the United States....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Health, Public health]

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Judging a Book By Its Cover

- “The cover is a book’s first communication to the reader, a graphic representation not simply of its content, but of its point in history.” Ned Drew This essay will examine book published by Knock Knock, The Convert’s Bible: Everything you need to know about 99 actual religions. First it will give brief introduction to their basic function and form as well as the content. Then it will go on to further analysis of the chosen design solutions such as choice of typeface and cover design. Drawing on the evidence of a previous edition it will be examined why the designer decided to resemble look of the Bible....   [tags: Typography, Graphic Representation, Content]

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The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory IIi

- Introduction The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory III (MCMI-III) was first presented in 1994 during a meeting of the American Psychological Association (Retziaff, 1996). This edition of the assessment along with the MCMI and the MCMI-II editions were developed by Theodore Millon, his daughter C. Millon and colleagues R. Davis and S. Grossman. However, the first edition (the MCMI) was developed in the late 1970s as it used the criteria on different disorders from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III)....   [tags: Psychology, Clinical psychology]

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The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory IIi

- The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory III (MCMI-III) was first presented in 1994 during a meeting of the American Psychological Association (Retziaff, 1996). This edition of the assessment along with the MCMI and the MCMI-II editions were developed by Theodore Millon, his daughter C. Millon and colleagues R. Davis and S. Grossman. However, the first edition (the MCMI) was developed in the late 1970s as it used the criteria on different disorders from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III)....   [tags: Psychology, Clinical psychology, Psychometrics]

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Online Newspaper Vs. Print Version

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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders: A Controversial History

- Crazy is a word with a thousand and one connotations meaning everything from being wildly enthusiastic, to displaying wild or aggressive behaviour. Psychologists have come to the understanding that the pop culture word crazy is synonymous with abnormal behaviour. Abnormal behaviour is difficult to define as the question it faces is who has the authority to differentiate between what is normal and what is abnormal. There are many questions which aid psychologists to differentiate between normal and abnormal, but the following four are the most commonly agreed upon (Rieger, 2011): 1. Is the behaviour statistically rare....   [tags: psychology, defining normal and abnormal]

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Russia: The Tsar Regime

- ... Lenin then put a Decree on Nationalism. In less than two years Russia’s enterprises were all under the central government control (Reaction and Revolution: Russia 1894-1924 Third Edition: War Communism). No one in Russia was permitted to own their own business. And so it can be concluded that nationalism did not increase production. The Bolsheviks ensured that military needs were given first priority. This resulted in major industries being denied of resources and manpower also declined (Reaction and Revolution: Russia 1894-1924 Third Edition: War Communism)....   [tags: revolution, civil war]

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The Role of Scholars in the Era of Digital Texts

- In her introduction to Electronic Text: Investigations in Method and Theory, Kathryn Sutherland asks if there is "a real danger that the scholar-worker, toiling for years in the remote regions of the library stacks in the hope of becoming expert in one small field, will be transformed by the computer into the technician, the nerdy navigator able to locate, transfer, and appropriate at an ever faster rate expert entries from a larger set of information that he/she no longer needs or desires to understand" (Sutherland 10)....   [tags: Education Media]

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"Stroke in Children and Young Adults"

- Stroke in Children and Young Adults is the second edition of the book first published in 1994. Since the publication of the original book there has been considerable growth in interest in this field and this is reflected by a large expansion in the number of publications focusing on stroke in the young. Indeed, it is noted in the foreword that a third edition may become necessary after a much shorter interval than that between the first and second editions. It is, therefore, reassuring to find that the second edition has over 100 more pages than the first edition and that the majority of references are to articles published after 1994, with an appreciable number less than 5 years old....   [tags: Textbook Review]

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Conditions for Profitability in Online Newspapers

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The Creative Curriculum Theories And Approaches

- INTRODUCTION The Creative Curriculum theories and approaches have been birthed since 1978. In 1978 the author, Diane Trister Dodge, created a foundation based off classroom interest areas. The author wanted to discuss the rationale of providing a setting that will encourage learning and development for all children. In 1988 Teaching Strategies was started as well as the creation of the second edition of Creative Curriculum. The second edition provided more information regarding ways teachers can organize their classroom into interest areas that were effective....   [tags: Education, Developmental psychology, Childhood]

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Benefits Of A Primary Care Provider

- • AHS-3: Increase the proportion of persons with a usual primary care provider.  According to the literature, having a Primary Care Provider (PCP) is beneficial for health and wellness. Within a PCP’s practice, patients have the ability to access a wide spectrum of health services, including preventive care, acute care, and care for chronic conditions. As a future PCP, I believe is very important to coordinate patient care all in one place. This way, I really get to know my patients. Knowing their health history, their habits, and their personality I can easily recognize signs that indicate a potential change in their health....   [tags: Health care, Health, Health care provider]

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The Use of an Offensive Word in The Adventures of Huck Finn by Mark Twain

- The Adventures of Huck Finn is a very controversial book which brings much debate on whether it should be taught to children in America. The main reason for this debate is because the offensive word ‘nigger’ is used commonly throughout. The book is a classic and is seen to some people as such a great book that we should overlook the offensive word to understand the real lessons Mark Twain wanted to get across. One solution to this ongoing debate is something called the New South Edition, which substitutes ‘nigger’ for a ‘slave’ a word that is less personal and describes the history of America....   [tags: african americans, discrimination]

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An Interpretation of “Black Lamb” by Paula Bohince

- Paula Bohince grew up in rural Pennsylvania town and still resides there. (Bohince, Paula). The theme and setting reflects a young innocent girl raped in a Pennsylvania town. The poet writes the poem from the victim’s perspective. The words give a creepy feeling of what has happened. The poem describes a young girl who was brutally taken advantage of and relays the devastating affect it had on her. The diction is very fitting for the poem. It creates a very vivid picture of the devastating affect the attack had on the girl....   [tags: Black Lamb, Paula Bohince, rape,]

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Grimm's Fairytales - The Most Gruesome Tales Every Told

- Grimm's Fairytales - The Most Gruesome Tales Every Told Afterwards as they came back, the elder was at the left, and the younger at the right, and then the pigeons pecked out the other eye from each." "'Cut the toe off; when thou art Queen thou wilt have no more need to go on foot.'" "'Kill her, and bring me back her heart as a token.'" The Grimm's fairytales were, and have remained, some of the most violent and gruesome tales told. Although the tales were originated with the purpose of adult entertainment, they have been reiterated to children for centuries....   [tags: Exploritory Essays Research Papers]

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Business Economics: Expanding a Business Globally

- Organizations face many challenges when considering expanding their business globally. Each country got its own economical and legal rules and regulations that a business needs to conform to. Not only do they need to consider the opportunity cost and benefits that may be comes with operating in an international market, they need to understand the risk as well. It is important for ABC Complete Kitchen Inc. executive team to assess and all economic and legal factors that can influence its new plant, then incorporate economic and legal considerations into its operations plan to avoid any risk of obtaining credit, reliable market conditions, or product liability issues....   [tags: legal rules, financial crisis, global arena]

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The Three Types of Eating Disorders

- ... People with this disorder have a mentality that is controlled by the social media and their self-obsession for a perfect body. Bulimia on the other hand, has people developing the non-stop feeling to keep eating a lot of food all at once. People who suffer from Bulimia tend to keep the average weight of their body, but use a bad concept for keeping their weight at the same level. The large amounts of exercise and vomiting can be the main factors that helps keep the persons weight at a steady number, which can causes the disorder to be unnoticed....   [tags: anorexia, bulimia, binge, dieting, media]

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The Tempest By William Shakespeare

- How are family relationships explored in any two texts studied on the module. Franz Kafka, Metamorphosis vs Shakespeare, The Tempest. The relationship between Prospero and Miranda is established immediately on the characters entrance where Miranda quotes “My dearest father” (William Shakespeare, 2008. The Tempest: The Oxford Shakespeare The Tempest (The Oxford Shakespeare: Oxfords World 's Classics). P.101, Reprint Edition. Oxford University Press.) and as this scene continues over the next few pages, we explore into their relationship as father and daughter more....   [tags: Franz Kafka, The Metamorphosis, Family]

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Legendary Histories of England and Geoffrey of Monmouth

- Literature is the most conclusive way to gauge the past: peoples are laid low, the grandest of monuments will crumble but literature preserves the unblemished mindset of a people long since gone. But even then literature can be lost: their houses are burned or pillaged, their pages decay and language changes. It is often a sad fate that we are left with only a few remaining pieces of a past era, the only works preserved through the ages, those translated and passed down. It is our duty then to decipher these to make out the minds of our ancestors....   [tags: History through Literature]

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The Helsinki Declaration of October 2013 versus the 1996 Version

- Comparative analysis of Helsinki declaration October 2013 compared to the 1996 version The Helsinki declaration 2013 compared to the one 1996 states that one of the reasons of biomedical research is to continuously evaluate medical interventions apart from the improvement of diagnosis and prevention of diseases which is also stated in the older version. In addition in the newest declaration the importance of final experimentation on human subjects is mentioned, whereas in the previous edition the experimentation in humans is mentioned only as a part of the final experimental design....   [tags: comparative analysis, medical research on humans]

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Proposed Network Solution for Worldwide Advertising, Inc.

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Analyzing an Advertisement for a Texas Instruments Calculator

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Ramp Is A Non Profit Organization That Empowers Individuals With Disabilities And Promotes Independent Living

- RAMP is a non-profit organization that empowers individuals with disabilities and promotes independent living. For the past 3 years Honononegah Community High School has partnered with the youth educational portion of RAMP to provide 9th-12th grade students with a program titled “Teens in Transition” (T’NT). RAMP (2013) states, “T’NT is a Common Core aligned curriculum designed to positively impact students with high incidence disabilities to become prepared young adults.” This curriculum is designed to be taught once a week over a 16 week period....   [tags: Education, High school, College, Teacher]

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Diverse Perspectives On Bureaucracy : A Comparative Book Review

- Diverse Perspectives on Bureaucracy: A Comparative Book Review Intellectual History of Public Administration PADM 6610, Fall 2014 Instructor: Matthew S. Mingus, Ph.D. The Assignment of Comparative Book Review Li Cheng, Ph.D. Student in Public Administration Western Michigan University October 28, 2014   Diverse Perspectives on Bureaucracy: A Comparative Book Review Ackoff, L. R., & Rovin, S. (2005). Beating the System: Using creativity to outsmart bureaucracies. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 144 pages, $14.95 softcover, ISBN: 978-1-57675-330-9....   [tags: Bureaucracy, Max Weber, Public administration]

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The Life of Walt Whitman: An Exploration in the Poet's Spirituality and Works.

- Many a student has decried various types of poetry for its form and structure while enjoying the free verse works of poets such as T. S. Elliot and Robert Frost. Students, however, frequently neglect the Civil War era poet Walt Whitman who is, to this day, considered the Father of free verse. While Whitman did not invent free verse, he secured its role in the American psyche. Even with his accomplishments, Whitman's life was not without trials; he concluded schooling and began working at age eleven....   [tags: Poetry]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Job From The Eyes Of Humans '

- What is Goodness. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines goodness as, “the quality or state of being good” (Merriam-Webster online edition). There are many examples in text showing what goodness is in the eyes of humans. The story of Job from the Bible is a good example of goodness. Job is a faithful man being tested by God to prove that there is goodness in his heart and faith in his God. Job is a prime example that if you live a good life you will receive everything you want and more. Job’s story sets the tone for living a good faithful life, but he also faces troubles just as everyone else does....   [tags: Good and evil, God, Religion, Merriam-Webster]

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Analysis Of Jb Hi Fi 's Corporate Governance

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Worldview And Its Influence On The World

- According to Webster dictionary, the definition of worldview is a particular philosophy of life or conception of the world. In other words, it is how someone see the world. Someone’s worldview can be influenced by many things. How they grew up, what was considered right and wrong, their religious background or lack of. As a Theist my worldview was influenced by the Bible and what the Bible said how I should live my life. I would live as God intended me to live. (Colossians 3:17 NIV) (Bilingual Bible New Edition n.d.) II....   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Christianity, Life]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Ruth '

- Book: Ruth The book of Ruth, written around 10th century B.C., has an undetermined author, although many contribute authorship to Samuel. Ruth only includes four chapters; but, within the brief book there are many lessons that are, “…rich in examples of kindness, faith, and patience” (HCSB Study Bible, Ruth). Main personalities throughout the book include: Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz. Ruth, a gentile, proves that non-Jewish people have the ability to believe in the True God, “…Do not persuade me to leave you or go back and not follow you....   [tags: Bible, New Testament, God, Book of Genesis]

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The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test

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Walt Whitman And His Work

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The Fair Labor Standards Act

- The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) which was enacted in 1938, is a federal legislation that establishes the minimum hourly wage for all covered workers in the United States (Bradley, 2015). Currently, it applies to two-thirds or American workers in both the private and public sectors (CBO, 2014). Workers whose compensation relies heavily on tips are exempted from this Act but are subjected to special arrangements. For such workers, the regular minimum wage applies to their compensation including their tips and a lower cash minimum wage that applies to their compensation excluding their tips (CBO, 2014)....   [tags: Minimum wage, Employment, Wage]

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Substance Related And Addictive Disorders

- Substance-related and addictive disorders There is no universally accepted definition of substance related and addictive disorders Leppert (2004, p896) defined addictive disorders as a range of disorders related to the use of a substance. According to Gray (2013) substance-related and addictive disorders are the disorders caused by the taking, overuse or withdrawal from psychoactive substances. Psychoactive substances in this case includes alcohol, caffeine, cocaine and amphetamines, hallucinogens, nicotine, opioids and sedatives....   [tags: Addiction, Drug addiction, Substance abuse]

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