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    Carillon Towers

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    twenty-three bells mounted at the top of a tower. These instruments are called carillons, more commonly known as bell towers. The most famous portrayal of these towers is in Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, when the hunchback swings down the bell rope to rescue a woman from death. The law of sanctuary stated that anybody being persecuted by their own country could find refuge and protection in the church. Carillons have been an important part of communities for centuries. Bell towers have been

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    Introduction The carillon culture in North America officially starts in 1922. Before this time, there were already four instruments with a "carillon" status. Three of them could be played by mechanical devices and one was playable from a keyboard. Two automatic instruments cast by the French bell founder Bollée were installed at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana (1856, 23 bells) and at St. Joseph's Church in Buffalo, New York (1870, 43 bells). The other automatic instrument was cast

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    In settings of community practice and organizing, organizers and leaders must consistently reassess the effectiveness of their outreach and goals they strive to reach. For example, in regards to youth education and empowerment, various models have been accepted as the benchmark, but each, in their own way, has failed to fulfill the expectations and goals they intended to reach. On another note, community organizers and leaders may fail to provide an equitable platform for the community members by

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    Sugar Camp

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    training camp to the homes of Women Appointed for the Voluntary Emergency during World War II, to NCR’s training camp for salesmen again. After all those years Sugar Camp is now part of Dayton’s history. It is remembered and thought of thanks to Carillon Historical Park. Works Cited Dalton, Curt Keeping The Secret: The Waves and NCR. Local History Room. 1997 Print. DeBrosse, Jim. “Waves Rolled In To Work On Top Secret Project.” Dayton Daily News 02 03 2001, n. pag. Print. DeBrosse, Jim.

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    Male and Female Stereotyping

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    GENDER STEROTYPING Gender stereotyping is an act of generalizing males and females. Gender stereotypes are based on a “complex mix of beliefs, behaviors, and characteristics”, (plannedparenthood, 1). These assumptions can be true but affect our judgment in a negative way towards the opposite sex. This leads to gender stereotyping causing conflicts between males and females, because of their unrealistic expectations of each other. Which will cause problems in their development towards adulthood? These

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    The Glockenspiel

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    was invented in medieval times. It was first developed as a small set of bells of different pitches that were struck by hand (Miclaus, par. 2). At this time, the glockenspiel resembled a small carillon, which included stationary chromatically tuned bells usually found at the top of churches (“Carillon”, par. 1). Utilizing an automatic mechanism with a clockwork device, the early glockenspiel used a set of notes that were played in a specific order. This created the traditional church bell ringing

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    Introduction During the French and Indian War (1754-1763), the French used Indian raids to attack British settlements all along the east coast. These efforts were successful in checking British colonial expansion. In response, Britain occupied forts in upstate New York with hopes that their conventional forces would inhibit Indian raids. These forts failed because they only controlled the area within musket range of their walls. The British turned to Robert Rogers and his rangers. The colonial rangers

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    Throughout the years, Canada has had many important historical events such as the devastating Halifax Explosion in 1917. In the beginning the explosion of the Mont Blanc destroyed a vital city, permanently scarred the tissue of thousands of hearts, and left a country to weep in remembrance of their loss. The events of the Halifax explosion damaged Canada but also made her stronger and remains her most defining moment. During the year of 1917, a massive explosion in the harbor of Halifax destroyed

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    The History Of Electronic Music

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    methods of composition? If you look for the very beginnings of electronic music instruments, you’ll find yourself in France during 1759. It was here that Jean-Baptiste Delaborde created the Clavecin Electrique. This instrument operated similarly to a carillon, except it used electricity to vibrate the bells which, in turn, played the desired sound (Crab). Nearly a century and a half later, Thaddaeus Cahill strung together a multi-ton set of Edison dynamos to create the Dynamaphone. Cahill was able to

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    Wind Energy in Ontario

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    Renewable resources are resources that have the ability to restock itself in some quantity (Field, 2008). Thus, the amount of the resource available to be processed, is determined by the restock rate (Field, 2008). Renewable energy is commonly categorized with renewable resources. Renewable energy such as wind is beginning to take hold in many parts of Canada such as Alberta and Ontario (Jones, 2013). However, in Ontario, wind power has been seen as more of a problem than a solution. One major

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