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    Trevi's Station

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    Trevi’s Station Once upon a time, there was a man who has lived all his life unmotivated. His name is Julio Trevino. He felt unsatisfied with his current job as a sales staff of a JC Penny store, as to the income he receives and his career advancement. He was not able to find a girlfriend because of his he is ashamed of himself that he has no money. One day while sleeping, he dreamed of being a businessman. He dreamed of being a gasoline station owner. In the dream, he was so successful

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    The Fire Station

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    of my car. I walk up the cement ramp towards the door of the metal-sided fire station. The steel door is cold and I carefully enter the door lock's code and turn the reluctant knob. The room is dark and I blindly reach around the corner and hit the light switch. Instantly the buzzing light of fluorescent bulbs fills the room. My nostrils also fill but with the smell of machines. Slowly as I walk further into the station, I can feel the loose grit and sand underneath my feet. Directly in front of

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    Radio Station Research

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    is a general love of almost every college student. Many develop their personalities, profiles, and various other tastes based on their listening choices. In general, many college students acquire the same spectrum of listening values. If a radio station, one that wishes to target the college student population, can discover the musical preferences of the general population of students, they will be able to grow within the specific market. Since the target market is of a personality of the student

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    Ezra Pound's In a Station of the Metro Before this week, I had never read any poetry by Ezra Pound. I noticed immediately that many of the poems are very short. "In a Station of the Metro," for example, is two lines. In the essay "Imagism," the second rule of imagistes is said to be "to use absolutely no word that did not contribute to the presentation." I think this rule helps explain why some of Pound's poems are so short. Obeying the second rule of imagistes will be harder the longer the

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    Space Station

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    Social Import: The Cracks in the System An integral component to the infrastructure of government is law enforcement. In over two hundred years of prosperity, the United States has relied heavily upon the integrity of its law enforcement in maintaining order and securing the civil liberties of the American. The conduct and code of the police force in the United States has been exemplary, and has set the standards by which many nations have modeled their police departments after that of the U.S..

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    Radio Stations and the Public Good For my final project on public interest I chose to view the public inspection files of the local radio station. I have been working at radio stations all of my life and had never seen or heard of a public inspection file until this class. In order to prepare the station for my arrival I called in advance to make an appointment. The receptionist answered the phone and I told her that I needed to see the files, this created a great deal of suspicion and I was directed

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    Union Station

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    hears the word “union” the thought of coming together springs to mind and that is exactly what Union Station did. It was one of the many depots that connected the city of Dayton, Ohio with the rest of the country before highway systems even existed. During the time of its existence it was part of a movement that helped shape a nation to become one of the top powers of the world. Union Station was visited by many and helped change the face of a city. In 1851 Dayton heard its first train whistle

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    Gas station angel

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    The Gas Station Angel I In the early days of 2014, the winter storms in Michigan were so heavy with snow and frigid cold air they called them polar vortexes. Schools, businesses and many roads were closed. Most stores were running low on everything and gas stations were not receiving their shipments of gasoline. When Joe heard that there was not going to be a break in the weather any time soon he decided to get some gasoline in case the weather went on indefinitely and there was a shortage of

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    I can remember that cold day in January three years ago. A co-worker and I were cleaning up around the Northside station on Jacob Street; the sounds of the congested traffic were all around us. Getting the station clean was all that we were thinking about at the time. I noticed a man wandering through the parking lot, and eagerly approaching me. In the meantime I continued to clean the windows on the bay doors, which were caked with dirt. I was lost in the moment when I heard, “Can I help you with

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    Victoria Station Strengths Concept uniqueness- Concept based restaurants’ rely on décor and novelty themes, which are appealing enough to the customers to draw in business. For example: Hard Rock Café, Applebee’s, Rolling Rock Café, or Outback Steakhouse. The Victoria Station utilized the English depot paraphernalia to support the theme; gas lights, a red English telephone booth, and a London taxi. Quality control- The beef was cut to specifications, used controlled- portion fillets/top sirloin

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