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    Another New Horizon

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    Another New Horizon What did Mississippi have in common with New York, Hong Kong, Boston, Australia, Vancouver, Venezuela, Montreal, the Philippines, China, and Toronto? Nothing. Those were my exact thoughts as my parents tried to explain why we had to move once again. With a missionary as a father, our family constantly moved from country to country. When we had finally settled down in Canada, I had hoped that I would, for the first time, find some stability in my life. I listened to my parents

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    Pluto New Horizons

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    space probe New Horizons was launched from Earth in order to study Pluto, Charon, and the Kuiper Belt. About 9.5 years later, results from the New Horizons mission started trickling in mid-July 2015. High definition photos revealed a diverse landscape — from mountains to giant craters to flat plains — covering the dwarf planet’s surface; these new discoveries about Pluto give rise to more questions than answers. It will take sixteen months to download all the data collected from the New Horizon’s fly-by

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    opened up new horizons for all kinds of businesses. Dealerships can post vehicles on the net and have potential buyers from all around the world. They no longer have to rely on the local consumers. This goes for all companies using the World Wide Web to reach consumers. Electronic Data Interchange, or EDI, is the father all of three of these types of E-Commerce. EDI is responsible for most types of exchanges that are done electronically today (Clark). Who was the first company to try out this new form

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    phrases that he created in his poetry. Sandburg's style of writing is what changed the course of American poetry. Before Sandburg, most poetry and other literary works were considerably similar, along with dull and boring. He carried poetry to "new horizons." He, many times, wrote of reality, which was not always what people wanted to read, but it was reality and it had to be dealt with. This is how his writing became so known, because he dealt with what was real in our fantasy world. Sandburg

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    to deliver to the customer good customer service to succeed. Take some of their profits and go into new horizons to broaden the company. Maybe create more jobs available here in this country. There were issues that the union kept demanding more money for the people, and supervisors were unable to let go the bad employees. Global Communications needed to go global to try increasing profits. A new study that Duke University is challenging the belief that the common reason companies go to China and

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    Utopia on the Horizons of Time in Lukács's The Theory of the Novel Time is a pivotal term in Georg Lukács's The Theory of the Novel for two reasons: the text's "time" describes the time of the novel (the time depicted in novels as described by Lukács), but it also bears reflexively on the chronology, or the history of literary forms, which the text itself describes. These readings are not easily separable; The Theory of the Novel must be read as a self-description, as a "theoretical novel" itself

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    in the coniferous forests of Washington. The Podzols and Spodsols of these coniferous forests are defined by their cool and humid regional climates and by the acidic parent material from which they formed. Recent studies indicate that the E and Bs horizons that define the temperate forest soils are also found above the treeline in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Siberia (Ugolini, Stoner, & Marret, 1987). What role does biota play in the current soil formation for each of the sites? Why do the similarities

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    has enabled her to find her voice. This final image of Janie “pulling in her horizon” contrasts with the opening image of men’s “ships at a distance.” These metaphorical ships suggest that regardless of their ultimate success or failure, men dream of great accomplishments, of working on and changing their external worlds. Even if the ship comes in, it still originates as something external. Janie’s pulling in her horizon shifts the field of action to the interior. Her quest requires experiences of

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    mankind has caused, in turn, is suppressing nature and holding back the potential beauty it could unleash. The dull grass and trees lack vivid colors and present a lackluster mood. Yet, the yellow grass draws you to the horizon of the painting. This seems to resemble the hopefulness of a new crop in the dry crop land. The yellow grass shows the harsh results of a drought that has been sprinkled with blue horizontal streaks. The blue horizontal streaks demonstrate puddles of water as if it has recently

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    The Utopian Philosophy of Shangri-La in James Hilton's Lost Horizon For some people life may not be satisfactory. Life has many troubles including death, pain, and suffering. It leaves little hope. There are ways in which people can live to have a good life. This method of how a person should live is viewed differently thoughout the world. James Hilton represents this combination of ideas and cultures in the novel, Lost Horizon (1933). This novel tells the tale of four distinctively different

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