Checking Essays

  • Checking Should Be Checking In Hockey

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    There has always been a heated debate on whether or not checking should be legal in youth hockey. You, and some of the people you replaced voted to remove checking in hockey for kids 12 and under back in the 2011-2012 season. Now the debate is whether or not you should remove checking in U14 hockey. You should not, and here is why… Checking has always been apart of hockey, long back when it was first played. Checking and physicality are one of the reasons many people play hockey. Most people that

  • Double Checking System

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    - Double checking is a procedure that involves independent, simultaneous, two-person checking of medications before administration to the patient, particularly to high risk patients and high risk medications (Lapkin et al., 2016 [5]). However, increasing studies have produced results showing the ineffectiveness of double checking, which raises some questions about previous evidence demonstrating reduction in medication errors with double checking. Some research shows that single checking is as safe

  • The Basics of Lacrosse

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    through the U.S., mainly in the east, but catching on everywhere. It is much different than anything you have seen with a combination of hockey, football, and soccer. You’ve got to try this one-of -a-kind sport, but first you must know the basics, checking, history and the continuous rules and penalties. Lacrosse Basics Shooting is a fundamental part of the game lacrosse. It’s important to learn the different styles, techniques, and tactics of shooting to improve your game. Positioning your body

  • Optical Lens Processing

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    by the edger. The edger cuts the lens to the dimensions specified by the tracer. Lensometer (Source: Topcon) Tracer (Source: National Optronics) Blocker (Source:Topcon) Edger (Source: National Optronics) Process Step 1 – Checking the Lens After receiving the lens blanks the lab technician first checks them visually for any scratches or imperfections that would be cause for rejection. Next using the lensometer the power of the lens is verified. The lens is rotated to the

  • I am Unique

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    card for the library and went there at least once a week. While other kids were rewarded for good behavior with parties, money, or trips with friends, my reward was being able to walk through the organized rows of books in the library, selecting and checking out those that piqued my interest. I would check out five, ten, fifteen books at a time, worried about running out of reading material before my next visit. I recall a couple of years in elementary school where I read no book that did not

  • Pythia Peay's Soul Searching

    794 Words  | 2 Pages Some of her well-known newspaper pieces include her comments on “reincarnation, dreams, healing, and other spiritual topics” ( Peay’s credibility in this subject is valid by observing her previous record. Along with checking the credibility of an author, a certain audience is always trying to be reached in any piece of writing. “Soul Searching,” is geared towards any U.S. citizen that lives in a metropolis. Although th... ... middle of paper ... ...icle states

  • A Trip To Panama City

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    caught a taxi for the 18 mile ride to our downtown hotel. The ride in the battered, un-airconditioned car was rather expensive (30 balboas), but the driver spoke English and was very friendly. We arrived at the hotel and checked in. While my dad was checking in I bought a guidebook in the hotel lobby and read up on the history of Panama City. The original city was founded in 1519 by Pedro Arias Davila, known as Pedrarias the Cruel, because of his eradication of all but three of the local Indian tribes

  • A breif HIstroy of ATMS

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    performed by an ATM.) Banks that embraced the ATM profited handsomely, often growing far faster than old-fashioned banks in the effort to get business from ordinary Americans. At first, a bank's ATMs could only be used by consumers who already had checking or savings accounts with that bank, through the bank’s "proprietary ATM network." However, by the early 80s, banks began to take advantage of improvements in telecommunications technology and formed "shared ATM networks" with other banks, allowing

  • Essay About Love and Hate in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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    section on "climate" in Harold Rose's rather chatty book Your Guide to Northern Italy, I noted that "Italy is very hot in summer" and that Rose recommends that the smart traveler should "avoid August if you can" because it is the "hottest month." Checking another book, I discovered that Rose, in a typically English way, was understating the severity of the summer weather rather considerably. The second book pointed out that there are times when Scirocco winds "sweep Saharan conditions northward";

  • Comparing My Education and My Grandparent's Education

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    amount of work I do on a computer increases. We now use computers every day, as well as graphing calculators and other technological advances such as the scanner and the Internet. We use computers to do anything from typing English papers to checking our e-mail. My Grandparents never imagined things such as the computer, let alone the Internet. My Grandparents attended classes, such as basic math, English, reading, shop and science. The math they took is now compared to the math I took in

  • Obsessive-compulsive Behaviors

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    rarely have rituals or thoughts about nuetral questions or behaviors. What are their rituals about? There are several possible ways to list symptoms of OCD. All sources agree that the most common preoccupations are dirt (washing, germs, touching), checking for safety or closed spaces (closets, doors, drawers, appliances, light switches), and thoughts, often thoughts about unacceptable violent, sexual, or crude behavior. When the thoughts and rituals of OCD are intense, the victim's work and home life

  • I Love Technology!

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    I Love Technology! I remember as a child of seven or eight being taught what a slide rule was. My father pulled it out one day when I was checking my math homework with a calculator. He explained to me how it worked and told me that that was his “calculator” when he was in school. I took one look at that contraption, with all of its confusing measurement markers and immediately felt lucky to have my calculator, which did not look nearly as complicated as his old slide rule. From that

  • The River Warren and the Importance of Rivers In Our Lives

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    The River Warren and the Importance of Rivers In Our Lives It was tradition. Every Sunday after church my dad, brother, and I would drive through the fields checking crops and whatever else made their homes in my father's fields. Then we'd drive down to the river to check how high or low it was, or to see how much worse the river was cutting into the land. The river flowed right at the end of the road, so my dad would always pretend he was going to drive straight into it. We live about one

  • Assessment & Grading in the Classroom

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    (Kopeikin, 2000). That is, a teacher can use this format to measure a specific amount of a student’s knowledge. This can include multiple-choice, matching, true-false, and fill in the blank formats of testing. These kinds of testing are best used for checking whether students have learned facts and routine procedures that have one, clearly correct answer. In some subjects, carefully written test questions with planned outcomes can accurately distinguish students who grasp a basic concept from those who

  • Selection Tools for Hiring

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    the application and any other questions you may have. The third selection tool you might consider is asking for a resume, and/or collecting and checking reference. I speak of resumes' due to the number of older/mature, work experienced individuals whom work in supermarkets today. (also, allow you to see work length and history) By collecting and checking references you ensure the staff and yourself of the type of person the applicant is. If your lucky, one might tell you something about the applicant

  • Computers and Communication

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    corrections without ruining what is currently on the virtual page. Word processor programs have ingenious tools that come with them, such as spell checking. Spell checking can be a double-edged sword when it comes to the English language. It is all fine and dandy that your finished text can come out free of spelling errors, but I have noticed that spell checking can weaken ones ability to spell on their own terms using traditional paper and pencil. We must be able to use technology in a way that it does

  • How A Check Is Processed

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    Checks are written everyday at almost every place of business. At age 18 anyone with the adequate amount of money can open a checking account of their own. One aspect of checking account functions that many account owners are not familiar with is the processing of their checks after they have been written. When grocery shopping at a place such as Winn Dixie the customer many times thinks to his or herself whether he or she should pay cash, charge it, or pay for the purchase with a check. He or she

  • Interpersonal and Small Group Communication

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    However, after attending the first class, my view has changed completely. I applied each and every theory to my life. Amazingly all these ideas were exactly applicable. Perception checking is one of the things that I believe the most. As I looked back, I found tones of different times where I could have used perception checking to over come my problems. While interviewing Atif Alam about the team work that is done at his work place and he replayed some very obvious answer and all his experience in work

  • First Time Homebuyer

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    need. You will need to bring W-2’s for the past two years. If you are self-employed then you will bring complete tax returns. You also need your most recent pay stubs covering the last 30 days along with your last 3 months bank statements of all checking, savings, and asset accounts. Other than that you need the name and account numbers of all creditors, certificate of eligibility (if you are applying for a VA loan), and Landlords name, address and telephone number. When all that is done, it is now

  • the Accident - Short Story

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    The "Accident" The pick-up bounced jarringly down the old dirt road. The driver sat up straight in the front seat, checking over her shoulder every few seconds to make sure that her cargo hadn't fallen out. * * * * * She wasn't sure why she had done it, but the fact was, she had and she did not want to get caught. There was no way she could tell anyone, not even her best friend. What was she supposed to do? Go to the police? Tell them that it was an "accident"? She wasn't sure how you "accidentally"