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    Violence in Cincinnati

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    Violence in Cincinnati In the article, “‘Violence’ in Cincinnati,” Thomas A. Dutton brings up a conversation about the urban area of Over-The-Rhine. He speaks out about how this downtown area has extremely too much violence and there needs to be something done about it. He speaks to the age group of twenty-five and up and to all citizens of Cincinnati. This article was published in 2001 in “Nation” magazine. At this time in Cincinnati, there were many disputes about race. A white officer

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    Cincinnati vs Mapplethorpe READER DISCRETION ADVISORY This pop culture memoir contains sex, lies, greed, perversion, murder, deceit, infidelity, drugs, sex, immorality, scatology, ambition, equivocation, character assassination, slander, blasphemy, aspersion, betrayal, distortion, racism, ungodliness, sodomy – and that’s just the critics of Mapplethorpe. '>-The first page of Jack Fritshcer’s book, Mapplethorpe: Assault with a deadly camera. So I am asking myself, what is it about this guy Mapplethorpe

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    is proud of where they are from naturally, whether it’s in regards to their sports team, schools, or maybe a famous product that originated from there. There is a very well known divide in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, where there seems to be a highway or street creating an invisible line. Cincinnati is well known for its education, food, and the diverse lifestyles one may be able experience in the rather large suburban area. If someone asks a Cincinnatian where they’re from, they will proudly respond

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    Cincinnati was one of the first well-known cities in United States. As most cities, Cincinnati pass from a place where settlers gather to a real city. Through books as “Society, manners and politics in the United States: being a series of letters on North America” by Michel Chevalier and “Domestic manners of the Americans” by Frances Trollope we could dive in and fathom Cincinnati. Therefore, it is conspicuous that Chevalier and Trollope write those books for those who is interested in Cincinnati

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    Sports Specialization

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    the game. They make sacrifices and put their health in jeopardy in order to become the ultimate participant in their sport. One of the many young athletes who is only participating in and focusing on one sport is fifteen-year-old OJ Mayo from Cincinnati, Ohio. He is the young talented athlete who is predicted to be the next LeBron James in the National Basketball Association (NBA). This young athlete provides evidence of striving for perfection in this single sport when reviewing his daily schedule

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    Gambling

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    Responsibility for the syndication of gambling is usually attributed to Arnold Rothstein, who invented the inner-city layoff. He is also known for master minding the "Black Sox" scandal in which the White Sox threw the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds to assure gambling profits.Gambling legally, once again, becomes acceptable.Since the 1970s, the United States has turned full circle in its attitude toward gambling. Three hundred years ago, the "sport", mostly in the form of lottery, was

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    America the more jobs those were in demand and the more factories that had to be built for jobs. Im... ... middle of paper ... ... many aggressive sports fans in Cincinnati. There are also places where you can just sit and relax. The fountain square is a great place to be yearlong. Fountain square is located in central downtown, Cincinnati. The fountain square has things like movie night where people come down to the square and watch movies on the big screen. The fountain square also has an ice rink

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    Early in my life I was never attracted to the idea of being a lawyer. I was not interested in the romanticized drama and style of Law and Order. Instead I was captivated with the idea of helping others. I volunteered a great deal within my high school and during my time and Ohio University. My interest in law began to grow through my high school debate team, but it flourished greatly when I realized that I could intermingle my passions of civic service and law. Through my time at Ohio University

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    Ted Turner

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    Born in Cincinnati Ohio, Ted Turner is one of the richest people in America today. He got there by having an idea of what he wanted to accomplish and going after it. He is the owner of two professional sports teams the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Hawks; he also as his hands in the Atlanta Thrashers. He is also the owner of the Turner Network television, a Cable New Network (askmen.com). Ted Turner has come a long way from his early upbringings in Cincinnati, Ohio to his multi-billion dollar corporation

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    International Marketing

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    International Marketing Proctor & Gamble originated in 1837, when William Proctor and James Gamble formed a partnership in Cincinnati, Ohio. The partnership flourished making the company a gaining name as principled manufacturer of high quality consumer goods sold at competitive prices. By 1992 Proctor & Gamble was a multinational company with annual sales of almost $30 billion profits exceeding $1.8 billion, and a reputation for quality products, high integrity, strong marketing, and conservative

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