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    Pat O Hara Case Study

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    Pat O'Hara took pride in her role in forming the Queensland Association of Gay Law Reform (QAGLR) with Ted Kelk. Initially they published Queensland Gay Action News and lobbied Brisbane politicians from Cairns, but when Ted moved to Brisbane because of his health, and then the Brisbane branch of QAGLR took over the lobbying activities, Pat kept the home fires burning. A lifelong activist, in 1975 Pat, along with three other local feminists, formed the Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL). Aspiring to

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    Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef

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    and some never recover completely with the same species distribution. The starfish outbreaks seem to travel southward down the reef with the two primary outbreaks reported in the last 40 years both beginning around Green Island and ending between Cairns and Townsville. The cause of these outbreaks is still unknown. They may be natural phenomena occurring throughout history, or they may be caused by human influences. The most effective control method currently is the injecting of sodium bisulfate

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    Jetstar

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    subsidiary in order to help the expansion of Jetstar on “low-yielding routes”. The government’s efforts to promote international trade and investment as well as Qantas’s new enterprise agreements with Australian flight attendants will allow Jetstar’s “Cairns-based subsidiary to use new aircrafts, hire foreign crews and fly further”. This p...

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    The Methodist Movement in America

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    Anglican Church founded by John Wesley, an educated, articulate theologian and pastor who focused at least as much on the heart as on the head. Born in 1703, John Wesley was the “fifteenth of nineteen children born to Samuel and Susanah Wesley,” (Cairns 382). His father was the pastor of a small church called Epworth. His parishioners, to say the least, did not care for him. Bruce Heydt says that “their worldly ways and fierce independence left little room in their hearts for a curate who took his

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    Louis XIV

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    destroying peoples lives can be seen in the beginning of Louis XIV’s reign, during his reign, and after his reign had ended Louis XIV inherited the throne in 1643 when he was only five (Cairns 103). From the moment he entered power and his reign began he had greedy intentions and enormous ideas of divine rule (Cairns 112). In 1661, Louis chief advisor Cardinal Jules Mazarin died and Louis then decided that he would be the only ruler of France (Spielvagel 1). Louis once expressed, “It is now time that

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    Global Change

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    and various aerosols. Land-use changes include habitat fragmentation, conversion to agricultural uses and biome conversion from introduced exotic species. As the human population continues to expand it puts increasing pressure on ecosystem services (Cairns, 1996). Ecosystem services are those benefits man derives from the natural world including air and water of a composition which promotes health, soil and nutrients in which to grow food, plants to convert sunlight into energy and an atmosphere which

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    Simulations

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    motivating. Such activities also encourage students to be persistent, creative, and to becom... ... middle of paper ... ... Francis D. (1977). Designing simulation gaming activities: A systems approach. Educational Technology, 17(2), pp. 38-43. Cairns, Kathleen, ED404583 95 Using Simulations to Enhance Career Education. ERIC Digest, ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC. Grendler, M. (1994). Designing and Evaluating Games and Simulations, Texas; Gulf Publishing

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    Great Expectations

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    William Marley grew up in London. The celebrated writer and social campaigner Charles Dickens often visited William's father, a renowned and wealthy doctor with a shared interest in child welfare. Dickens loved unusual names and decorated his stories with them. At a party at the Marley home in 1843, he promised to make his host's then uncommon surname a household word. In 'A Christmas Carol', published December 19, he named the main protagonist in the story for his friend. By New Years Eve, the

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    moment and agreeable. COMPANY OVERIVEW Cairn India is one of the greatest self-governing oil and gas examination and creation associations in India with a business capitalization of ~ US$ 7 billion. Cairn India was evaluated as the fastest creating essentialness association on the planet, as indicated by 2012 and 2013 Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings. Cairn India works ~27% of India's private crude petroleum era. Through its branches, Cairn India has been working for close to 20 years

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    nights, leaving totemic piles of rocks and bundles of sticks” (3). Banash uses this sentence only to provide a background and never refers to what the witch left as communication technologies. The totemic piles of rocks, however, are commonly known as cairns, a primitive technology used commonly as trail markers to communicate among hikers. Bundles of sticks are also used in BWP as a package to contain blood, human’s teeth, and a tongue (Myrick 64.30), albeit another direct communication technology. Also

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