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    During the Mayor election of Boston on last Tuesday, November 05th there was a referendum about the construction of a casino in East Boston and Revere area. In order to have the license to start the construction of the casino the citizens of both towns had to vote and decide if the project will be aloud. Pro-casino citizens in East Boston where confident they will get more than sixty percent of the votes. The citizens of Revere that agree with the project had a big number of votes in their favor

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    Voter turnout, as well as election results, depend upon and are effected by several different factors. Everything from family status to beliefs about abortion can determine how a person will vote. In my presentation, however, I focused on three aspects that effect voter turnout and elections. I found, in my research, that a voter's age, sex and party identification greatly factor into how a person will cast his or her vote. Men and women differ greatly in many aspects of life, and voting is one

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    the morning. Everything was adopted, and the union's framework was in place. By lunch, the officers of the new union had been nominated, elected, and installed. The first President of the fledgling national union was F.W. Doyle of St. Louis. Election results made H. McLaughlin 2nd Vice-President, D.G. Barnett 3rd General Vice-President, Joseph Giberson 4th General Vice-President, and Walter McIntire 5th General Vice-President. William Young was elected General Secretary Treasurer. They were unanimous

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    incidence is proportional to the angle of Refraction. Angle I Angle r 10 6 20 14 30 21 40 28 50 34 60 39 70 44 80 47 Results: Angle I Angle r 10 8 20 15 30 20 40 28 50 33 60 38 70 42 80 47 Averages of both results: Angle I ======= Angle r 10 7 20 14.5 30 20.5 40 28 50 33.5 60 38.5 70 43 80 47 Averaging= I=20 r=14+15 2

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    Beneficial Results of a Tactical Failure When I first examined this assignment, I decided that I would make some piece of pottery that I believed would have been useful to my ancestors. I wanted to make something simple, as I had no experience working with clay. I thought that a small bowl capable of holding a small amount of water would be my best bet. However, when I arrived at Aura Ceramics my intentions changed. Once I sat down to make my pottery, I decided to make something I thought

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    has gone, the hydrogen bromide can be titrated with sodium hydroxide. This reaction is shown below: [IMAGE]HBr + NaOH NaBr + H2O From this titration I can then work out the HBr formed per mole of Bromine. Results of my experiment ------------------------ Class results. Group Number Mass of Br2 (g) Titre (cm3) 1 0.99 32.50 2 0.94 29.80 3 1.03 32.60 4 1.04 34.20 5 1.17 35.70 6 0.94 31.25 7 0.95 30.50 8 1.04

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    Trays

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    [IMAGE] L (length) x W (width) x H (height) = V (Volume) 2cm x 2cm x 8cm = 32cm3 If the width of the side of the tray is represented by the letter w then we have: [IMAGE] So The volume of the tray = w (18cm - 2w)(18cm -2w) Results Table Width of Side (cm) Length of base (cm) Volume (cm3) Area of Side (cm2) Area of all sides(cm2) Area of base (cm2) 1 16 256 16 64 256 2 14 392 28 112 196 3 12 432 36 144 144

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    Wars - The Results Lead to Further Conflicts During the twentieth century, conclusions of wars created the conditions for subsequent wars. Whether it was the conquered or the conqueror, few ever remain content past an initial truce. Two examples of this can be found in the events that lead up to WWII and the constant conflict in the Middle East. The conclusion and consequences of World War I created many issues, which helped intensify World War II. The Treaty of Versailles, which outlined

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    different understanding of their language, or they use language in such a way that it results in communication which is unclear or vague. This last problem of communication which is unclear or vague is one which results from the use words for which the "range of application is not clear" (Hospers, 22). One could also say that something which is vague is that which lacks precision. This type of vagueness results from statements or words which are not quantifiable. For instance, the phrase "He is fairly

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    Isolation and Its Results in Poe's The Raven

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    Isolation and Its Results in Poe's The Raven The noticeable characteristic of the speaker in "The Raven" by Edgar Allen Poe is his stand-offishness.  He cuts himself off from the outside world, not because the world itself is terrible but because of his inward problems.  This seclusion can bring ugly internal demons to the surface.  The complications resulting from isolation can include sadness, fear, despair, anger, insanity, self-torture, and feelings of entrapment.  Each of these can be seen

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