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    The Mr. T. Experience, Yo La Tengo, and The Knitting Factory?...Oh... "Tonight at Tramps, Chisel, Fuzzy and Velocity Girl, seven dollar cover, all ages." Before I became indie rock literate I would not have been able to understand the above quote from a concert flier. Someone who is indie rock illiterate might read it as an add for a brothel, featuring the use of tools, and hairy fast women of all ages. On the other hand, someone who is indie rock literate would know to read it as "tonight at

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    Knit Media

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    one has opened the doors to the “Entertainment Company of the 21st century.” In the convenience of a person’s home, one is able to download music, purchase a compact disc, and even download a performance. Michael Dorf, founder and CEO of the Knitting Factory had this dream, and what almost seemed impossible has finally come too pass. This dream needed a group of managers to put it into action. According to Management Leading People and Organizations in the 21st Century by Gary Dessler, “21st century

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    The History of Knitting

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    Knitting has been a human activity since the first millennium AD. In essence, knitting is the use of tools to create a knotted section of cloth. Unlike other methods of cloth production, knitting does not require large and expensive looms. It is performed with small and easily created tools. Early knitting was called nalebinding. It was a simple technique. It produced a dense, warm and long lasting fabric. Unlike modern knitting, it only used a single needle to knot the yarn or thread. Most of the

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    process could help us understand more on the industry as well to relate it with the environment. The general flowchart of the process is shown below: Raw materials (Fibres) Spinning Nonwoven fabric Yarn Weaving Knitting Special Techniques Fabric Pretreatments Colouration / Finishing Finished Fabric GENERAL TEXTILE PROCESSING 1. RAW MATERIAL In cotton processing, cotton are fibre that are classified as the natural fibre that is obtain from natural resources

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    Fabrics

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    on and on. These fibers are mixed by twisting them together making a yarn. The yarns are woven , knitted or they are ironed onto the fabric. Manufactured Fibers Manufactured fibers are made from raw substances through being processed in factories. They are not fabrics that are made from natural sources. In the year 1910, rayon was the first man-made fabric that was commercially produced in the United States of America. It was created from a fibrous substance that is found in all forms

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    My Role In Life

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    Salamanca, Guanajuato, a little town located in Mexico is the place where I was born. A narrow town with another 150,000 brilliant minds besides mine, where there are always prejudices about your success in the future. The difference between the other 150,000 minds and mine was that I was focused on accomplishing more than the people around me. Sports have always been present in my life because is my way to increase and improve my abilities, it also helped me decrease the stress school caused on

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    Swatch Case Study

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    For manufacturing purposes but also distribution. Titan has built one of the largest watch factories in India and is looking for a partner to add value to their products for export to America. A joint venture with Titian allows Swatch to use their existing production facilities, methods and knowledge of working in India to learn how to further keep

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    Mlab Experiment

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    From the data that was retrieved in this experiment from beginning to end we can conclude that throughout the ten days of practice of juggling 3 balls we can see that that daily average give slight increase through each day. As you can see in the chart the number of catches change through each column and give a slight increase in number from being mostly ones and twos to going to fours and fives at the near end of the experiment. In the Bar graph displaying the average number of catches in blue bars

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    Furthermore, what athletes consume won’t fully support the recovery process; especially after many years of participating in soccer. According to Andrew Bahnert, there are numerous methods to physically recovering: floor stretching, pool stretching, bike active recovery, pool active recovery, cold-water immersion, contrast therapy, and wearing compression garments (152). All of these methods are beneficial but are not always available to every athlete. Thus, following the simple steps of RICE

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    13th Step Research Paper

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    Tenth step is to take your hat off the loom. This step will require your scissors and tapestry needle, so better have those close by. To take the hat off the loom, you must first have your row finished. Then you must wrap the string around the loom once in a circle, and cut the string when it is at the beginning of where you started to wrap the string around the loom. You will then need to put the end of the string through the tapestry needle and pull the end of the string till it looks like the

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