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    Mystery Surrounding the Phoenix Lights: Evidence of UFO Sighting? Abstract The events that occurred in Phoenix on March 13, 1997 still have the world at a loss. A triangle (boomerang) shaped craft with seven lights on the main body and one trailing behind the rest appeared over Phoenix. Some believe that they were just flares used by the military, but others think that it was definitely extraterrestrial. Much evidence has been found, but the mystery remains. On March 13, 1997, an inexplicable

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    a worn path

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    As Phoenix finally reaches the end of the staircase, she breaks through the doors and steps into the town, beginning yet another journey. She begins to make her way down the street, seeing the children play at dusk, the decorations of the festive holiday, and the sun beginning its descent. She begins her rhythmic pace. The sound of her cane echoes in the midst of the city, much like the chirping of a bird, which sings, as Phoenix walks to its beat. Phoenix sops at the window of a small store, peering

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    Cherokee Phoenix

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    Cherokee Phoenix In the early nineteenth century during the presidency of Andrew Jackson and the debate of the Indian Removal Bill came one of the most important accomplishments of the Cherokee Nation, their own newspaper written in their own language. This experiment in Indian journalism began on February 21, 1828 in the Cherokee capital of New Echota. The paper employed a minimum staff of three to four people throughout its duration, often dismissing and rehiring printers. However, the most

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    Dauntless: A Short Story

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    She begins to sing, but she sounds awful. Her voice is too high in some parts and her pitch is way off key. When she finishes only Lauren claps. I walk my way up to the stage and take the mic. I begin to sing The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy. Put on your war paint You are a brick tied to me that's dragging me down Strike a match and I'll burn you to the ground We are the jack-o-lanterns in July setting fire to the sky Here, here comes this rising tide, so come on Put

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    Fahrenheit 451: The Hope of the Phoenix The word phoenix had symbolize immortality, but for the people in Fahrenheit 451, their only hope was that the phoenix would be burn out, and be reborn again. The myth of the phoenix gave optimism to the life of Montag, to the books, and to the world of Fahrenheit 451. The world was now dying, and nobody seemed to care, because the government had brainwashed the people. It was a situation, where not only the brave, but the ones who can think for themselves

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    used for the production of dates, fodder, fruit trees, and vegetables. In addition, an estimated 2.7 million cattle, pastoralists within this system (FAO, 2008). Under the palm trees in the oases, a microclimate is established. Humidity, heat, and light are favorable for optimized usage of space for other crops (orange, pomegranate, vegetables, fodder and, cereals) to grow in an environment, where fertile soil is scarce (photo. xx). Beside its unique nutritional characteristics, date palm is a rich

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    Abstract

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    Mission’s Objective The Space Out mission has several objectives for humans, when they settle on Mars. One of the objectives is to build and maintain a hydroponic/aquatic system. The purpose of creating a hydroponic and aquatic system is to research on whether functions like these can operate in Mars. A hydroponic system will be needed for this colonization process because it will provide food, organisms, and life to Mars. This hydroponic system would be the farm of Mars and it would provide livestock

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    school. The narrator was only seventeen and Luo was eighteen years old at the time they were re-educated. They were to be re-educated in a village called "The Phoenix of the Sky," with the peasants. They lived in a little house on stilts. The "Phoenix of the Sky" symbolizes something other than just the name of their village. A phoenix is a bird that is reborn from its own ashes after bursting into flames, this could symbolize that there is something more in store for them after thei... ... middle

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    A Worn Path

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    is about an old Negro woman named Phoenix who travels a long distance to a town to get medicine for her grandson. The trip is extremely long and tiresome for an old lady but she feels that it is her duty to get her laboring grandson the needed medicine. Throughout the story, Phoenix encounters dreams, harassments, small triumphs, jolts to her pride, some flights of fancy to console her, a cause to be ashamed, and a moment to dance and preen. In her journey, Phoenix experiences dreams, harassments,

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    Setting My Sights

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    Running head: SETTING MY SIGHTS Setting My Sights Only three short weeks ago, I was presented with the opportunity to attend school at the University of Phoenix in order to complete my degree. While I was certain that continuing school was one of my goals, I was not sure if now was the best time. Despite my wavering feelings, I made the choice to proceed. Still, while making the decision to begin attending college, I never really considered my lifetime goals as they pertained

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    My personal Goals

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    The personal goals that I want to achieve as a student of the University of Phoenix are in the education and career areas of my life. In my education, my major goal is to gain knowledge in computers and network administration, eventually culminating in a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. I also wish to strengthen my grammar and interpersonal skills. In my career, my goal is to either advance from my current career as a paralegal to that of an office manager or to enter into a different

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    Mexico in South Phoenix

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    Mexico in South Phoenix “It’s like going to Mexico without ever leaving Phoenix.” This was a quote by Mr. Virgil, the Manager of the Ranch Market. A tour of the Ranch Market showed his statement to be true, hence the title of this paper. The following will discuss the Ranch Market and Mexico in South Phoenix. To begin, the tour was absolutely intriguing. The class was introduced to Mr. Virgil. Then we proceeded to get a really in-depth insight into what was up with the Ranch Market

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    Immigrant Workers in Phoenix Before the sun even rises in Phoenix, out of the closing shadows of night, dark and quiet silhouettes begin to appear. They are the silhouettes of working men who rise before the sun rises, each with the hope of obtaining work and earning money to help support their families. These men are usually assumed to be immigrants without the proper paperwork to work in the United States. They are also better known as day laborers. These so-called “day laborers” congregate

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    A Worn Path

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    tells the journey on foot of an elderly black women, Phoenix Jackson, from her home to the nearest town. She makes the journey to go to the doctor to get medicine for her sick grandson. On the trip, she runs into some trouble here and there with her dress getting caught in the underbrush and old age getting to her. She encounters a big dog that knocks her over, but is soon rescued by a passing hunter. As she gets to town, Phoenix asks a woman to her to help her tie her shoes then, proceeds

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    We Must Take Action to Improve the Air Quality in Phoenix "How You Can Clean the Filthy Air You Breathe in Phoenix" Take a deep breath, Phoenicians.  How did it feel?  Most likely, it felt good. But did you know that you are breathing air that is unnecessarily polluted?   Did you know that by taking a few steps in the right direction, you could breathe worry-free?   While Phoenix and Maricopa County have done much in the past few years in controlling the air pollution, there needs to be

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    Life Struggles of Phoenix in Eudora Welty's A Worn Path "A Worn Path," by Eudora Welty is a heartbreaking story about the heroic trip of an old African American woman, Phoenix. The readers won't find out right away the plot of the story or why Phoenix won't give up her exhausting trip to town-the conflict of this story-especially on a very cold day. The title, "A Worn Path," indicates that Phoenix has obviously walked down this path many times before-also the fact that she can cross a creek

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    Psycho

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    doing anything considered “bad” or illegal considering the way she acted towards the cop, and in the end I think that if she were really a bad person the killer would have not been identified. Before she was murdered she was planning on returning to Phoenix, which she knew was the right thing to do. If Marion’s sister hadn’t gone looking for her, no one would have known she was even murdered. I think that since she was innately a good person, that that is the reason the murder was pieced together and

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    Abstract The ultimate result of this paper will reflect my personal goals that I hope to achieve as a University of Phoenix student and which I have been and am trying to pursue and obtain. They are goals that I feel I need to have in life in order to survive, prosper, and succeed to higher full-filling and journeys. In this essay, I hope to convey to the reader how I am optimistically moving to reach these goals, as well as represent to the reader how one can set their mind to determine the goals

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    Story of an Immigrant

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    in the USA since August 2001. He is known as a “Lost Boy of Sudan.” I met Shimma while shopping at Wal-Mart in central Phoenix. I had been fascinated by the reports of the Lost Boys that I had heard on TV and read in the newspapers. I knew that some of the Lost Boys were being relocated to Phoenix and hoped to meet some of them along the way on my travels through out Phoenix. I had seen them at bus stops and around the city walking. They have a very distinctive appearance, not your typical African-Americans

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    On 08/18/2016 at approximately 9:30 PM, this Investigator conducted an interview with Janosha Fulwilder (DOB: 02-05-94) in her current living location located at 1457 W. University Drive Apt #67 Mesa, AZ. This Investigator advised Janosha of her rights and gave her a copy of DCS Notice to Inform. Janosha agreed to discuss the allegations in the report. According to Janosha, she has been living at her boyfriend 's mother 's apartment at 1457 W. University Drive Apt #67 on and off again and she only

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