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    Making Utilities for MS-DOS

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    operating systems. It should be no secret to anyone that MS-DOS contains a lot of undocumented system calls, data structures and other features. Numerous books have been written on this subject (see bibliography). Many of them are vital to system programming. There is no way to write a piece of system software, such as a multitasker, a local area network, or another operating system extension, without knowing this undocumented functionality in MS-DOS. And, sure enough, Microsoft is using this functionality

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    hundred employees together in an array against the wall, searching for undocumented employees. Soon after the whole fiasco, a deputy secretary of Virginia Health and Human Resources department was informed that fourteen people were detained and removed from their work force for not having documents. Grace Chang also discusses a case of a nominee for United States Attorney general. Zoë Baird admitted that she employed two undocumented Peruvian immigrants. We also learn that employers hire illegal immigrants

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    workers are struggling under a sputtering economy and the harsh glare of the escalating U.S. homeland security system. To add even more problems to their already full plate, the immigration service in Phoenix is warning contractors against hiring undocumented day laborers. The warnings are taking a toll on many laborers in north Phoenix who had been getting constant work. “I’ve worked only two days since last week” said Ruben Fuentes, a native of Tijuana. At the break of dawn on a Tuesday morning

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    Participation

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    labor shortage, particularly in entry-level jobs, would be even more severe than it is. For some business patrons, the immigrant influx means occasional difficulties in communication. For some business owners, immigrant labor -- both documented and undocumented -- is the only way to fill jobs that otherwise would go begging. The most recent measure of unemployment in the Kansas City area, taken in May, was 2.8 percent. Missouri's jobless rate was 2.6 percent; Kansas' rate was 3.2 percent. Unemployment

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    With some 6 million people living in America illegally, and only 46, 750 deportations last year, a solution must take hold soon (Zarembo 26). President George W. Bush has been working on a plan to reform immigration that could make millions of undocumented workers legal. Bush may only open the application for legal residency to Mexicans, but nothing will be final for at least another year. As a result of negotiations, mayhem has broken out on Capitol Hill, with politicians pulling fiercely on both

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    actual originator of his work. Although much is not confirmed about Shakespeare's work and life, there are many assumptions that lead scholars to question Shakespeare's identity due to his limited background, lack of original manuscripts, and his undocumented birth and death. Historians assume that Shakespeare was educated at Stratford Grammar School where he learned Latin and possibly Greek. Shakespeare was uneducated; he never attended any college, and in fact, there is no real evidence that

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    Privacy

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    groups, or institutions to determine for themselves when, how and to what extent information about them is communicated to others.1. Parent defines privacy as the condition in which others do not possess undocumented personal information.2 Lin and Loiu address the issue of privacy as undocumented personal knowledge.3 Privacy as Control of Information can be described as the information that can be made accessible to the public. The information that is available to the public is controlled by an

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    Latinomics, Good or Bad?

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    it would be the third-largest and fastest growing city in the state. The U. S. Census Bureau reports that the Hispanic population of Kentucky was 21,984 in 1990 and almost 60,000 in the year of 2000. These figures do not take into account the undocumented immigrants which are estimated by the government at over 100,000. Based on these figures, the estimates seem low. I would venture to say that in the state of Kentucky there could be as many as 140,000 to 160,000 Latinos and Hispanics combined.

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    steeped in emotional controversy, we must not allow divisive "us against them" rhetoric to cloud our thinking. Yes, educating undocumented immigrants costs us, but not educating them would cost us much more. Those who propose barring the children of illegal immigrants from our schools have understandable worries. They worry that their state taxes will rise as undocumented children crowd their school systems. They worry about the crowding itself, given the loss of quality education that comes with

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    Immigrants in Action

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    West side of Providence, Rhode Island. The church secured him a paid position as an organizador comunitario - a community organizer. The Comité's most immediate mission is simply stated: to assure permanent residency for the 6-9 million some-odd undocumented immigrants in the United States. García, himself a documented Guatemalan immigrant, collaborates with the Latin American community in Providence and the surrounding areas to raise awareness about the most recent immigration policies and proposals

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    the U.S. They believed this myth about life in the north, so they fled from their violent situation, only to trade their present set of problems for another kind of intensified conflict as undocumented immigrants. The director was careful to present a fictional story based on the real life struggles of undocumented immigrants. The authentic portrayal of the people and their story is powerful. The characters are no...

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    to avoid being mugged saying, "This is how it goes and goes."(p 28) Another aspect from this novel were the experiences the immigrants faced traveling up to the sates and their clash with American culture, and also the consequences of being an undocumented citizen. For instance, in the chapter, "Geraldo No Last Name", Esperanza talks about a man named Geraldo, an illegal alien who is killed in a hit-and-run accident. There isn’t anything that the authorities can do as far as contacting his family

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    false green card both of them work. Elena's mother is now in her death bed and Elena wants to visit her, but she fears that If she goes to Mexico she will not able to return. The moral issue is should you disclose the fact that you have an undocumented immigrant working in your home? The people involved are you, Elena and of course her family. How to solve this problem of the illegal immigrant is foremost in your mind. You are caught between two issues humanitarian values and legal issues. You

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    The Problems of Illegal Immigration

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    Retrieved February 11, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database. 9.      The Great Immigration Panic. (2008, June 3). New York Times, Retrieved February 14, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database. 10.  Woodrow-Lafield, K. (1998, Spring98). Undocumented Residents in the United States in 1990: Issues of Uncertainty in Quantification. International Migration Review, 32(1), 145-173. Retrieved February 12, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database.

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    The story begins with little-to-no foreshadowing and doesn't enlighten the reader until about half way through the piece. All of the sudden, the reader is cast into an "A & P" grocery store in what I would think to be the late 1950's. Although undocumented, the writer gives details that point to this time period. I didn't think I would enjoy the story because it doesn't provide much background information on anything. However, as I began to read the story I was able to create background information

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    Going to America

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    I went abroad, we talked it in such a way that it seemed we would rather do anything to stay abroad. Even the jails in America are better than the shabby house of my home in a big yar d in Beijing. If I was a big gambler, I would just stay undocumented and underground. Although I am 40, when I do the pull-ups, I can still reach the standard of passing the test in physical education class in my university. The sanitation in America is s o good that I have never fallen ill since I came. What

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    become a theocracy. With the issue of gay marriage, lines get blurred and religion rears its head to influence a government’s decision of who shall be married and who will be refused. The history of gay marriage spans decades, even centuries of undocumented ceremonies and commitments. While I would like to delve into the long history, I must stick to modern accounting of gay marriage and government’s role in this record keeping. Denmark became a trailblazing country, leading the way for the concept

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    Dear Mama

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    Dear Mama By the same token I leave you, I leave myself (with you) Wong May, "Dear Mama" Wong May, poet extraordinaire, transnational writer, post-colonial female subject, unphotographed, barely reviewed, past unknown, present undocumented, and for all intents and purposes disappeared after 1978 somewhere in Western Europe. Things I do know about her, mostly from an entry found in Contemporary Poets, edited by Thomas Riggs: She is Chinese by birth, born November 16, 1944 in Chungking

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    Undocumented Immigrants

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    education. I am thankful to have the opportunity to attend a university and receive a high-quality education. Unfortunately, many students do not have the chance to get an education past secondary school. Many of these students are undocumented immigrants. Undocumented immigrants can get a public-school education for grades K through 12, but when it is time to get an education that will lead to social mobility, they are not afforded the privilege. A college education is now essential to becoming

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    Undocumented Immigration

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    One of the most persistent and common misrepresentations of undocumented immigrants is they prefer to be in the United States undocumented. However, according to the Equal Rights Center (2008), 98% of undocumented immigrants would legalize their status if they United States government would permit; however, despite their desire to become US citizens, many undocumented immigrants are either rejected for citizenship or are afraid to apply due to the potential consequences

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