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Lake City Hospital Recruitment Plan
Lake City Hospital Recruitment Plan
This report is to review and analyze the current Lake City Hospital recruitment plan and to revise
the plan to make it more effective. The current plan will be analyzed and remove those factors that
are not relevant to the current recurring plan. This new plan will consist of other factors that will
make Lake City Hospital recruitment efficient and effective to the need of the hospital. Currently,
there is a need for 10 Certified Nursing Assistants (CAN) and 20 CAN's are required for the hospital
to operate effectively.
Removal of the Current Recruitment Plan
Upon reviewing the current hospital plan in Appendix A there are a few changes that will be
required for an effective recruitment processes. Under ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The current plan will be analyzed and remove those factors that are not relevant to the current
recurring plan. This new plan will consist of other factors that will make Lake City Hospital
recruitment efficient and effective to the need of the hospital. Currently, there is a need for 10
Certified Nursing Assistants (CAN) and 20 CAN's are required for the hospital to operate
effectively.
Removal of the Current Recruitment Plan
Upon reviewing the current hospital plan in Appendix A there are a few changes that will be
required for an effective recruitment processes. Under the Qualification category communications
and self–motivated will be remove. The Number of Contacts also does not identify relevant
information. The Timeline outline to hire has 20 days which is too many days. Under Activities to
Source Qualification Candidates, employee referrals will not be necessary for a Certified Nursing
Assistant. The Process Flow and Record Keeping are not necessary because the recruiting is
outlined.
Compare the Current and Revised Recruitment Plan
The two recruitment plans to compared are in Appendix A (current) and B (revised) are as
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Analyze Strengths And Weaknesses In Terms Of A Community...
Community Health Assessment for Lansing Township
September 30, 2017
Abstract
A community health assessment was performed for the Lansing Township community to analyze
strengths and weaknesses in terms of health for the population in residence. Demographic data at the
Township and County from the U.S. Census Bureau were analyzed to obtain an adequate
representation of the community. Morbidity and mortality measurements and data were examined in
order to accurately understand the health problems that this community needed to address.
Walkability surveys were completed around two local schools so infrastructure and safety could be
observed around the community. A food survey was completed at a local grocery store so as to
investigate the
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Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation (LOH)
The name of the community that I researched is Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation(LOH). It is located
on 2323 South Hardy Drive in Tempe, Arizona. L.O.H. was founded in 2008 when the founder, Jodi
Polanski, wanted to have a world in which all pets have loving homes and are treated with respect.
Now, that is the vision and purpose of L.O.H. The mission of L.O.H. is to ensure that all pets have
loving homes when families face major life changes and have to give up their pets. L.O.H. also is
striving to have no pets living on the streets. They are making as much effort as they can to rescue
any stray animals they find. L.O.H. will give medical care and shots to those animals if needed.
When the cat/dog is back to health, L.O.H. will put the cat/dog in a room with other cats/dogs in the
same age group. The rooms are almost always clean and well kept by volunteers. IMPORTANT:
Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation is a non–kill animal shelter. It does not and will never kill any
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Jodi Polanski is the founder and executive director. There is Michelle Lewis, who is the director of
operations, Chris Harris, who is the program manager, and Joni Loyd, who is the Medical
Coordinator. There are many other staff member and board members, and they are all part–time.
There is a handfull staff and board members, but most of the community is made up of just ordinary
people with a passion for animals. There are a couple thousand volunteers at L.O.H. They volunteer
at L.O.H. and play with the cats and dogs, re–plenish their food, and clean the cats' litterboxes.
Other people donate items such as food, litter, toys, and collars for the
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Little Shop Review
This evening I went to go see an anomalous play called Little Shop, which struck me as a fantastic
performance put together by the ESU theatre department. The plays setting took place in an area
called "Skid Row", a large city somewhere in the U.S around the early 1960s. The characters
interacted either in the flower shop or outside of the flower shop. The only other scene that takes
place in a different setting is when Seymour attempts to kill Orin at his dentist shop. The area
enclosing around the flower shop hint to have a high unemployment right as many homeless people
appear on stage at a given time in which begging for food and money. As a member of the audience
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An issue that I tried to ignore through the play but soon became very trouble sum for me was the
continuous singing that would occur either by the girl group or Seymour. I believe Act I was much
stronger and more enjoyable overall than Act II. Act I opened up with the singing of the girl group
and initially the introduced the main characters of the performance by them interacting with each
other throughout the flower shop. Mr.Mushnik was the owner of the shop while Seymour and
Audrey were employees. Audrey has a black eye from her boyfriend which she continues on to see
which troubles Seymour because he has a crush on her. Mr.Mushnik says he needs to fire them
because they have been getting no busy. Seymour then discovers a plant from a sketchy guy one day
that he believes will draw in the attention of customers if displayed out of the window. Seymour
names the plant Audrey II after the name of his crush Audrey. As soon as he puts the plant out in
display the business starts to bloom. Unfortunately, the plant feeds on fresh human blood which
causes Seymour to sacrifice his own
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Operation Of Local Government Transparency
Operation of local government transparency in
South Sulawesi province
A. Jamaluddin
STISIP Muhammadiyah Sinjai Abstract
Transparency in South Sulawesi Provincial Government has been applied in efforts to achieve good
governance. The problems of this research are; (1) how to transparency in local governance, (2)
what factors inhibiting transparency in local governance, and (3) what is the right strategy is used in
implementing the transparency of the regional administration. This study aims to: 1) describe the
transparency in local governance, 2) analyze the factors that become an obstacle to transparency in
local governance, and 3) to apply the right strategy in the transparency of the regional
administration. The study found that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Various information is held, given and provided by the Government are accessible can be used as a
tool for monitoring, evaluating and assessing the work done by the government under the
supervision of the community.
Regional Government of South Sulawesi province after the reform era are required to be more
transparent to the various activities of governance created by the government and has the support of
the community by creating all the tools and rules of the system and mechanism of action of the
government must be transparent, informed to the community and society easy access to all
information relating to good governance in accordance duties and functions of each government
agency. Transparency in principle is the principle of the creation of mutual confidence between the
government and the public through the provision of information that ensures the ease in obtaining
accurate information and adequate. Through this transparency, government and communities
together to provide information where the information is a necessity for governments and
communities to mutually participate in running good governance.
Moving on from the understanding of transparency, the Regional Government seeks to achieve
transparency of regional governance
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Crusher And The Black Death
Wreaking havoc throughout Europe, The Black Death was a destructive plague that left over twenty
million dead in its track. Despite the atrocious consequences of this disease, it yielded a favourable
aftermath such as the stability of the European population and the increase in demand for work
(Damen, 2015). Similarly to The Black Death, the novel Crusher by Niall Leonard shows that
positive outcomes often appear from situations that may seem negative. The protagonist of the
novel, Finn Maguire, finds himself as the prime suspect in the murder investigation of his father,
Noel. The murder of Finn's father and his pursuit to clear his name reflect the notion that there are
trials that appear bitter to the core which are often blessings in disguise. As a result of Noel's
murder, Finn forms a passionate relationship with a girl named Zoe, reconnects with his mother, and
obtains a grand inheritance from Noel's friend.
Meeting Zoe is one of the positive things that happen to Finn as a result of his father's murder
investigation. Their paths intersect when Finn is gathering information about Noel from his friends.
Zoe and Finn are the first person in each other's lives that reciprocate the love and affection they
have to offer. Unlike Zoe, Noel fails to deliver the In Noel's case, his drinking addiction and naive
optimism of reviving his acting job leave Finn as the caregiving figure and the one responsible for
paying most of the bills, struggling to make financial ends meet.
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Morgan Township Softball Team
Morgan Township has a rich history of student athletes that are exceptional representations of
humble success. The Maxwell Award honors a student who has faithfully demonstrated leadership,
dedication, and respect throughout their time as an athlete of Morgan Township. I believe that I am
the best candidate for this award because I have exemplified those traits over four years as a varsity
athlete. I take my role as a representative of Morgan Township extremely seriously, and hopefully, I
have added to our legacy of athletes with strong morals and sound character.
I would not trade my time on the Morgan Township softball team for any other experience. I formed
some of my most valuable friendships and memories on our field, and now, in my final season, they
have become all the more special. Knowing that I have made ... Show more content on
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I have been honored to lead my team this year as I have helped several of the girls on an individual
basis with skills they lacked confidence in––both scholastically and athletically. I always have the
team's best interest at heart, and I want each of the girls and our team as a whole to reach their
highest potential. Although I am of course dedicated to my team, I am also dedicated to the sport of
softball in itself. I have been playing softball since I was five years old, and I am so grateful that my
efforts have bloomed into being selected for the Indiana North v. South Invitational for two years
now. I love that I am able to represent Morgan Township on a state level. When representing a team
or a school, there is a lot of responsibility
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What I Learned About My Time
When I walked into class and saw this daunting project sitting on my desk, I was in shock. No
teacher has ever asked me to do an assignment requiring the level of work that this portfolio
required. While no one component seemed too difficult, all of them together seemed impossible.
However, in reflection I see that this portfolio was only as difficult as I sought to make it; if I
approached each section with an open mind, a plan, and a schedule, it was rather easy to complete
this assignment.
While completing this portfolio, I had to learn how to manage my time. Now, as I am typing this
over a week before this project is due, I am glad I did not procrastinate as many of my peers did.
Most of them are still scrambling to finish with the deadline fast approaching. I also learned more
than I imagined I would about our government, especially in the projects concerning local
government. I knew that local government was important, but did not realize the magnitude of its
impact on daily life. The actions of local representatives affect the quality of roads, the tax we pay
on meals, the cost of water and electricity, the number of teachers in school, the amount of supplies
those teachers have, and what recreational and community opportunities are available to our
community. Attending the government meetings and interviewing local leaders provided the most
insight into governmental workings. Talking with Mayor Coleburn taught me that the mayor does
not "run the town" like
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The Road To Winter Character Analysis Essay
Mark Smith's novel 'The Road to Winter' explores the behaviours of characters after their
experiences of loss, and their ability to persevere whilst trying to continue to act to their own ethical
principles. The protagonist of the novel, Finn, is one of the many who have lost their family and
way of life to the deadly disease that has ravaged the world, yet has managed to survive without
much external help and relative isolation. Whilst he has managed to keep his benevolent nature,
others have not been as lucky and have grown bitter throughout their trauma, weakening their
morality and beliefs. Finn no longer has a family to care or provide for him, but despite his struggle
for sufficient resources he still assists Rose when she's being hunted by Ramage and his men. This
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He is quite cruel, and thinks for his own benefit, describing "sileys" as "property" with "no rights",
only good for field work, having children and perhaps trade if the Wilders find the valley where he
and the other survivors are staying. He "lost [his] humanity when [his] wife and kids died", and puts
his own safety and wellbeing as a priority over other's. This causes him to often be at odds with
Harry, another survivor in the valley, who maintains his faith and believes that everyone is God's
child and therefore they've "got an obligation to treat them kindly". Though Harry lost one of his
children, Tusker believes that he has a warped view since he still has his wife and daughter, and
therefore has not had to suffer the passing of his family so harshly. Tusker assumes that the child
asylum seekers should not have come to Australia if they were not prepared to work, even though
those like Rose and Kas didn't have a choice in the matter, and does not show any empathy for
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Center Township
The History of Center Township, Pennsylvania Center Township is one the later communities
making up Beaver County, history dates back to the earliest periods of the Ohio Valley. In 1774 all
lands south of the Ohio River were claimed by Virginia and slowly through the Revolutionary War
become part of Pennsylvania at individual times. Prior to colonial explorers, the native Indians of
the area traveled the "Glade Path" a trail crossing the original township from north to south. Today
we know that path as Brodhead road, named after the Commander of Fort McIntosh. Beaver County
was formed March 12th, 1800 with three townships, Southside– Hanover, First Moon and Second
Moon. In 1812, the area further broke into four townships, one of which was Moon the parent of
today's Center Township. On November 24th, 1914, Center Township, a sparsely populated area,
separated from the heavily populated suburban section now known as Moon. This was the result of a
dispute among Moon township residents in early 1914. Center township is situated in the southeast
portion of Beaver County, 25 miles Northwest of the City of Pittsburgh, surrounded by ... Show
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One of its staples since 1970 has been the Beaver Valley mall which was one of the biggest malls of
the area when it was constructed. Today the fate of the mall is unknown with the closure of two of
its five anchor stores, Sears and Macy's. In November 2003, Chi–Chi's at the Beaver Valley Mall,
Made history with the largest hepatitis A outbreak in American history. Center Township has two
major access points via Interstate 376 making it convenient for residents, shoppers, travelers, and
students. In addition, Center Township has multiple education prospects including Community
College of Beaver County, Penn State–Beaver, and The Beaver County Vocational Technical School
for high school
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Ocean Township, New Jersey
My home town is Ocean Township, New Jersey. It is located in eastern central Monmouth County. It
is 11.1 square miles. It is made up of several different subsections named Wayside, Wanamassa,
Colonial Terrace, West Allenhurst, West Deal, Oakhurst, Shadowlawn Manor, Elberon Park and
Wayside. Within these communities it has a population of over 27,000 residents. Ocean Township
today is a suburban community. Although it has the name Ocean, it no longer borders the Atlantic
but it still within a mile of the beach. Before explores from various European nations came to the
New Americas it was occupied by Native Americans named the Lenape Indians which means "the
people"(Gregory Dowd, pg 11). In 1524 Giovanni de Verrazano encountered the Lenapes ... Show
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The French and Indian war had Colonies drained of resources, money and even men. As a result of
that war, the British Empire heavily taxed the people. However, the Colonies they had no input on
the taxes, "no taxation without representation". That resulted in the rise of the clash of British Rule
versus the new colony rule which brought about the American Revolution. New Jersey was a major
contribution towards the war for numerous reasons. While the British controlled the Sandy Hook
military post, many battles and scrimishes had been fought here on New Jersey soil including Ocean
Township. I saw a reoccurring tale of Colonial residents building ships in Deal Lake while battling
the British. During this time actually up the road from where I had grown up, was the cove they
refer to as where the ship building was done. The story goes that as a ship was being crafted with
purpose of intercepting British Supply ships entering the Sandy Hook areas. As the ship was being
made British Troops had received a tip by a local Loyalist whom told them of the location. While
they ship makers heard they have been spotted they quickly acted, and began to sink the ship before
the British arrived. It was then when they attacked the British and resurfacing the boat and
destroying the British ship, naming the Cove, Pirates
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Middle School's Chorus Concert Report: Burlington Township...
Tuesday 13, Burlington Township High School
Last tuesday was the Middle School's chorus concert that was being held at the Burlington
Township High School, where 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students performed. The concert started off
with five students signing the "Star–Spangled Banner", the performance was powerful, but only the
girls could be heard. The boy at times could be heard but definitely were not as powerful as the girls
singing. The crowd at first didn't even realize that they were going to sing it so they had a delayed
reaction standing up. But, it was an overall impressive performance, especially with the girls
powerful vocals.
The next song I'll like to talk about is one of the songs performed by Chamber Choir, which is
"Astonishing". The song begins off by three solos done by 3 different girls, who did an incredible
with their parts. After their part the rest started to sing and that's when things had a few problem but
was honestly good. Some of the unison with the girls was not always there, but they were pushed
along with the vocals of some of the girls with more powerful voices. The guys were not as heard,
they are also out numbered, but still they should be heard more often than they were. ... Show more
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Of course it wasn't horrible, but you could barely hear anyone singing in this song, at times all you
could hear was Mrs. Ferguson, their music teach, playing the piano. If it wasn't for her playing the
piano and instead the kids just singing without music, I'm sorry but it would sound pretty horrible. I
would say it was probably my least favorite song performed by the Chamber Choir. But still, I must
say, you can see some of the effort Chamber Choir put into this song, even if it wasn't that
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Hunterdon County Essay
Hunterdon county is a New Jersey is not known for much. It has about twenty–seven towns and is
located in central New Jersey. There are no big cities or any sports teams. It is mostly a rural county
with tons of farms and woods. There is not much to do for the younger generation. Everything is a
good drive away. For me the beach, New York City, and Philadelphia are all about a one hour drive
away from me. Many people leave Hunterdon after college because they want to start their lives and
these maps are showing that many chose not to do that in Hunterdon. If you look on map one it is
showing the ages fifteen to nineteen. It shows that there are 331 teenagers living in Hunterdon. The
darker green means that about ten to twelve percent of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
If you look at the legend the dark green has over a thousand jobs there and the lowest is under a
hundred. If you look at map four the map looks a lot darker but if you look at the legand the highest
it goes is under five hundred. This is showing that careers are extremely hard to find in Hunterdon.
Maybe all the people wanted to leave Hunterdon to find better jobs. For the towns that are really
dark in map four got hired right out of college and have enough money to live in Hunterdon but for
the towns that had a lot of jobs in map three but got worse in map four they could have found better
jobs somewhere else or maybe it just did not work out. I know from living there that it is not the
cheapest place to live. It is the fourth most expensive county in the nation and with college being so
expensive, people are not making enough right out of college to live in Hunterdon. The difference
between the two maps is insane. If you look at all four of these maps it makes sense that people all
these people are leaving. If you are fifteen you are obviously still going to be living with your
parents and when you just get out of college you will still live with them until you get enough
money and have to move out. We all know that jobs are really hard to find now and why would you
stay in a place that has very few jobs
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Sustainability Strategy Of Colgate Palmolive Company
SVKM's NMIMS
MPSTME, Mumbai
Assignment Submitted
On
COLGATE–PALMOLIVE
Submitted
To
Professor Ritesh Kumar for evaluation
Submitted by:
ADITYA GARG – J007
AANCHAL MEHROTRA – J016
LEKHA PRABHAKAR – J022
SAMIKSHA SINDHU – J029
RACHANA SWAMY – J038
ARCHIT GUPTA – J046
Course : MBA Tech.(Extc) Semester : 4
On date : 6th February 2014
Subject : Principles and Practices of Management
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sr. No.
Topic Name Page
1.
Introduction
3
2. Globalization
3
3.
Mergers and Major Events
4. Lawsuits
5. Sustainability Strategy
6.
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In turn, the Company is committed to helping people thrive. Through training, career development
and wellness programs, Colgate helps employees stay healthy, engaged and focused on delivering
products and services that meet or exceed expectations.
Communities: Colgate gives back to the community by:
➢ Promoting oral health: Colgate's flagship "Bright Smiles, Bright Futures" (BSBF) program is
among the most far–reaching, successful children's oral health initiatives in the world.
➢ Handwashing education: Colgate's "Clean Hands, Good Health" global hand washing program
provides educational materials and sample products to schools and communities, and builds
awareness through public service advertising and public relations campaigns.
➢ Contributing in time of need: Colgate provides emergency financial aid, donates products and
sponsors matching gift programs in times of natural disaster. PLANET:Some of the planet goals
include:
Reducing Energy use and greenhouse gas emmission
Water conservation, access and
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Chris Jones Case Study
Township Engineer Chris Toms pointed out that he gave each Supervisor two packets to review. He
explained that with the short turn of road from the last meeting they prepared a draft set
specifications for the road work that had been previously discussed. The thicker of the two packets
is a draft of the bid specifications themselves. and the other packet was a memo comparing the
Township's construction and material specifications and Penn DOT's construction and materials
design. Township Engineer Chris Toms felt that the bid specifications did not need to be addressed,
because the bid specifications were for the reclamation and paving that had previously been
discussed. He did feel that the Board needed to discuss how the Board wanted to address the testing
requirements and how those testing requirements would be incorporated into the specifications
document. Township Engineer Chris Toms continued to go over what was in the bid specifications
packet and Township Engineer Cory McCoy went over only the highlighted sections of the Paving
Specifications memo. Both engineers answered questions that ... Show more content on
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1. Nuclear gage compaction testing for density acceptable or would the Township prefer cores. 2.
Testing for depth on site, law logs going down, plus the calculations or cutting into the road to get
an actual sample. 3. The special specifications for the reclamation that are in the 408 where a test
section must be done. The Township Engineer recommends substituting compaction testing on the
base. 4. Is it acceptable for the contractor to supply their own testing technician? It was decided that
the Township Engineer Chris Toms and Jeff Rummel would do the inspections for the Township.
Township Engineer will have the final packet for the March 21, 2017, meeting for review by the
Board of Supervisors to approve for
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A Brief Note On Lower Merion School District
Introduction
Lower Merion School District is located in the suburbs of West Philadelphia. It is the school system
for Lower Merion Township, which begins at the city limit of West Philadelphia. The district
contains six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. Belmont Hills
Elementary School is a public elementary school located within the Belmont Hills neighborhood in
Lower Merion. It serves kindergarten through fifth grade. It has 451 students and 64 instructional
staff, for a ratio of slightly over 7:1 students per instructional staff member. Ms. Kate Galer is a
special education teacher at Belmont Hills Elementary School. Ms. Galer spends time in both the
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In the spring, the club meets once a week for an hour and a half. The gardening club offers a hand–
on opportunity for the students to see the processes entailed in creating and sustaining vegetation. To
do so, children assist in digging and maintaining the soil, providing the proper amounts of nutrients,
and pulling weeds. Additionally, the students try to identify the different plants and insects that they
come across. During the summer, the families of the students will sign up for a week where they are
tasked with maintaining the garden. The students come to the garden during that week to water the
plants and weed the garden. In addition, each student has several vegetable plants that are ready to
be harvested, providing a tangible reward for their work. Gardening requires time and the necessary
supplies. To allow all the children to partake in the experience in a meaningful manner there must be
a continual supply of plants and materials. Ms. Galer has been able to acquire some of the plants
from the high school greenhouse, but they are not enough to fulfill the needs of the club The club
has proven to be popular, as evidenced by the retention of the large majority of its students for the
duration of the harvest. In addition, although the club is currently only available to 3rd and 4th
graders, many of the 3rd graders return for their second time once they are in 4th grade.
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The Minister’s Black Veil by Nathaniel Hawthorne
One of literatures greatest quality is allowing the reader's mind to uncover subliminal messages in
an attempt to form their own understandings and ideas. Perhaps, this particular process is commonly
described in the idiom "reading between the lines." While many writers have implanted this literary
aspect into their works, this essay focuses on a specific parable written by Nathaniel Hawthorne
entitled The Minister's Black Veil. Notably, a parable is a simple story used to illustrate a moral or
spiritual lesson. The characters and setting of which Hawthorne uses to get his point across creates
an overwhelming atmosphere that increases the power of his message. An analysis of Nathaniel
Hawthorne's The Minister's Black Veil offers readers an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In this parable, Mr. Hooper gives an invisible element in sin a physical appearance in the black veil
which now makes his sin a connection between himself, God, and the townspeople. It is apparent
that Mr. Hooper is dealing with some sort of internal conflict and his way of confronting his issue is
by covering his face from everyone with the black veil.
Lastly, there are several themes in The Minister's Black Veil relating to topics including sin, guilt,
fear, and judgment. The first theme focuses on people's reaction to change. Soon after Mr. Hooper
covers his face, people secluded themselves from him and gave him bewildered stares even after he
showed them courtesy. Likewise, his wife Elizabeth left him after she failed to persuade him to
abandon the black veil. The narrator also explains how Mr. Hooper created a group of converts as
well as how people at their deathbed would not take their last breath until they received consolation
from Mr. Hooper. Strangers began to travel from long distances just to hear his sermons and gaze at
his figure. Another theme found in The Minister's Black Veil is that people fear what they do not
know and do not understand. The mystery of the black veil perhaps was the biggest thing that
intimidated the townspeople. Mr. Hooper is overcome with the same horror as the townspeople
when he catches a glimpse of himself. In an attempt to solve the mystery of the black veil, the
townspeople past judgment and create
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Monroe Township And New Jersey
Hello tourist, I am Brandon Noble the Director of Tourism for Monroe, New Jersey. I am honored
that you have selected to learn more about Monroe, which is the municipality you expect to move
to. Let me start of by saying that Monroe is a wonderful place to live in. I will try to familiarize you
with Monroe's geographic location, demographics, form of government, size of government, table of
organization, budget information, tax levy, history of origin, and the background of why Monroe is
unique. Monroe Township is a community steeped in history and renowned for its sense of family
and community. Even a brief visit to Monroe Township will provide you with the knowledge that
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Portions of Monroe's farmland are receiving commercial zoning. The northern section of Monroe is
already developed, with developers heading further south in Monroe to start new communities. New
adult communities have been developed in central Monroe, along Route 33, and on CR 615. Monroe
Township has a total of 42.2 square miles which is equivalent to 109.3 km. 41.9 square miles is
land, and .258 square miles of water. At 42 square miles, Monroe Township is the largest
municipality in Middlesex County in terms of total area. Major communities in Monroe include,
Clearbrook Park, population 2,667, Concordia, population 3,092, Rossmoor, population 2,666, and
Whittingham, population 2,476. Those are unincorporated communities, and census designated
places located in Monroe Township.
From the 2010 United States Census, there were 39,132 people, 16,497 households, and 10,872
families residing in Monroe. The population density was 932.3 per square mile. There were 18,002
housing units at an average density of 428.9 per square mile. The racial makeup of Monroe was
81.55% white, 3.92% black or African American, .08% Native American, 12.60% Asian, .01%
Pacific Islander, .62% from other races, and 1.21% from two or more races. Lastly, 4.28% Were
Hispanics or Latinos. Of the 16,497 households, 22.4% had children under the age of 18 living with
them. 60.2% were married couples living together, 4.3% had a female householder with no husband
present, and
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Essay on Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd V Accc (1999)...
GLENDALE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS PTY LTD v ACCC (1999) ATPR 41–672 Plaintiff: Michael
Barnes Defendant/Appellant: Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd –Supplier of Caustic Soda which
is called "DRANO" Respondent: Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Prepared
By: GLENDA B. GAERLAN Presented To: PETER MCGUINNES BUSINESS LAW 1st Semester
2010 Background Facts: Michael Barnes bought a 500g of caustic soda called "DRANO" at a local
store named Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd for him to use to unblock a pipe in the shower
recess. Mr. Barnes, kneeling down, poured hot water to the drain and immediately sprinkled the
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Barnes, separately, had commenced proceedings in the District Court of NSW. Both proceedings
were transferred to the Federal Court and heard with the proceedings issued by the ACCC. The
judgment on this case was delivered on February 27, 1998 six years after Australia passed a
statutory code dealing with defective goods in 1992 sixty years after the verdict on the Donoghue v
Stevenson's case. The ACCC sought orders restraining Glendale from engaging in conduct contrary
to Section 52 which states that a corporation shall not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that
is misleading or deceptive or is likely to mislead or deceive. The action brought by the ACCC
against Glendale based on Section 52 and 53(c) of the Act was unsuccessful. There was insufficient
evidence to demonstrate that Barnes did understand the label to constitute a representation in the
form suggested. It was found that Glendale was negligent and in all circumstances, it was
considered there was a duty on Glendale to include in the packaging a warning as to the
consequences of using corrosive product with hot water in a confined space such as a drain. There
was no specific defect with the caustic soda but the issue is whether it was defective within the
meaning of Section 75AC. It was found by the court the label to be defective within the meaning of
section 75AC. It was argued on behalf of Glendale that the damages should be reduced based on the
fact that Barnes
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Investigating Potential Sustainable Solutions For Waste Of...
Introduction
This paper aims at investigating potential sustainable solutions for waste of the West Garforth
Township Development Project. It will aim at giving an assessment of the proposals of how waste
will be handled in the area during the construction phase as well as when the development is in its
operational phase. This is to cater for a population that is projected to increase by approximately
15%–25%. This paper also aims at assessing the feasibility of the chosen approaches including
knock on effects that would affect different aspects of the development.
Key Planning Objectives
The proposals chosen are aimed more at trying to use waste as a resource that can be recycled and
looking at its disposal as a secondary option to minimize on economic costs. This will be chosen
according to adequacy and effectiveness of the chosen the proposal. They also aim at creating a
system in which the locals will have to take responsibility for the waste emission during operation of
the development project and provide waste management facilities to meet the needs of the locals.
Moreover, to ensure that the waste is handled in a manner that would neither pollute the
environment nor affect human health in a negative way.
During the construction phase
During this phase the production of waste materials is inevitable. Therefore, measures should be
taken in order to the ensure the minimum waste is produced. This can be effectively implemented
the following;
i). Reducing the waste
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The Effects Of High Compliance Rate On Municipal City Of...
Research Design and Methodology
4.1Introduction
The purpose of this study is to find out what are the causes of the high compliance rate in property
taxes in the municipal city of Portmore, Jamaica. Taxes are of essential importance to small
developing countries as they do not have much needed resources. As further developments takes
place in the municipal city property values will increase, hence the amount of property tax collected
by the Portmore municipal council will also increase. This increase however, is not a guarantee that
the tax collection will be sufficient in the maintenance of the community due to the rising cost of
goods and services. Hence continuous voluntary compliance is essential and important as it most
efficient for both the tax payer and the tax authorities.
This section gives the hypothesis or research perspectives, the design of the research and the
methods that were used to gather the data.
4.2 Hypotheses/ Research Perspectives
My research perspective on the Municipal City of Portmore attaining the highest compliance rate
property tax collections in Jamaica are:
That the tax payers have recognised the need and importance of property tax to the community.
The taxpayers are knowledgeable about property tax and the consequences if not paid.
The local authorities are ensuring that the community is well maintained by effectively and
efficiently using the tax collecting in providing services such as timely collection of garbage,
maintaining and
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Wind Frost Essay
To: Lee Thelen, Greenbush Township Board Supervisor
From: Brianne Moore, Chairman of the Greenbush Township Residents Committee
Date: November 4, 2017
Subject: Wind Turbines
As Chairman of the Greenbush Township Residents Committee, I am writing to you on behalf of
having construction of wind turbines added to our township. Our committee would like to inform
the citizens of the benefits that wind turbines will add not only to the township but to the citizens as
well. Our committee would like to clear up any misinformation that may be out in public about the
wind turbines with a special meeting which to include: noise level, disrupting to livestock or wildlife
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From some of the local farmers and residence we the committee have spoken to; their only concern
was if that it would affect their livestock and/or the wildlife. In Michigan, Heritage Sustainable
Energy is the main company to construct wind turbines (heritagewindenergy.com).
Solution
As stated earlier, we need to educate the citizens of our township. We would like to invite a
representative from the Heritage Sustainable Energy, to come to talk to the citizens at a special
township board meeting, specifically to address concerns dealing with wind turbines.
Lee Thelen, Greenbush Township Board Supervisor
November 4, 2017
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The representative will have a prepared power point prestation for the residence, one of items
addressed would be how the revenue from the wind turbines will benefit them and the township.
Also, he will provide facts about wind turbine emissions and offer a question & answer session
afterwards.
Benefits
In Michigan, there was a study done to determine what citizens have done with the revenue from the
wind turbines. The study has shown that they have invested "twice as much" (Midwest Energy
News), and they have also bought more land than the residence that do not have them within a 5–
year period. The following benefits are what wind turbines can offer.
Costing $48,000 – $65,000, the people of the township would not have to pay for the wind turbines.
Using the revenue made from the wind
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How Slums Cause Poverty, Prostitution, School Dropout and...
According to Cloete (2002:34) describes the project manager as a person who is appointed in a
leading position. The project manager is for example, expected to manage the whole structure in
implementing the policy. He has to manage the role of partaking goals and ensure that all his team
members are taking part in the project and working precisely. He should always stay motivated
because he acts as the technical advisor to his team by implementing policy which had been given to
him by the government mostly important the government of the day (politicians). Projects managers
can also be known as the Public manager who works as a politician's advisor because he has to
account if the project was poorly implemented. He is always given the specific budget to cover the
whole project and also fund his team which will be employed by him the project manger. He should
be well trained and equipped on leadership, organizing and controlling skills. 2. Case study 2.1
HOW SLUMS CAUSES POVERTY, PROSTITUTION, SCHOOL DROP OUT AND HIGH RATE
OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN THE ALEXANDRA TOWNSHIP. Alexandra Township, to the
north of Johannesburg, has never had the best of reputations. It is one of the most densely populated
areas on earth, with 1 million people shoe–horned into a single square mile. As one would expect
with over–crowding of this nature, Alexandra earned a reputation for crime, poverty and
xenophobia. The poorest of the poor – whether from South Africa's rural areas or refugees from
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Foley Township
Foley Township is established in 1866. The Township is named after the Honourable Michael
Hamilton Foley, an MP from Waterloo. He was born in Sligo, Ireland and brought to Canada at the
age of two. In Simcoe and Brantford he worked as a journalist before being elected to Parliament
representing Waterloo. He was known to be a very vigorous speaker. During the administration of
Sir John A. Macdonald he was the Postmaster–General. The earliest settlers in Foley are William
Wilcox, Thomas McGown, William McPhillmay and William Scott. The surveying of Foley was
instigated by the purchase of 56 square miles (in 1863) of timber area around Parry Sound by
William and John Beatty, the southern boundary being the southern boundary of Foley and hence the
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The lots around Otter Lake were targeted and hence the Vankoughnetts, who had a lot of land there
sold and left out to the Christie road by Haines Lake or as John Vankoughnett did, Blackstone Lake.
The lumber industry sustained almost all of the Parry Sound area till it began its decline after 1895.
Despite a moratorium on exportation of raw lumber in 1899 which gave a slight but brief respite
from the decline, the end was coming. As Foley was being logged out the operations moved further
south into Conger. Once the Conger Lumber Company started operations on the lake (along with
James Rankin often as a subcontractor) most of the rest of the early Blackstone families arrived.
William McRobert, Mark McKelvie and William Lints would be completely dependent on the
lumber workings on the lake. The Vankoughnetts, Rankins and Thomas Woolman and of course
Jennings and Moore had their farms to help sustain their families on top of any labour they or their
children could benefit
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Narrative Essay On The Island
"Astoria!" His cries echoed. The bounced off of the long brick corridors and along the panels of
glass that encompassed the walls on his left. "Astoria!!" Fish swam on the other side of the glass
emitting bubbles, as if mocking his pleas. The queen stood across the castle, both hands placed on
the huge cold bricks. Her head hung low leaving about a centimeter of space between her and the
wall. She listened to his calls, each one filled itself with more desperation and urgency than the last.
Yet, Astoria didn't flinch. The castle was huge and, for the most part, built underwater. It was what
most people may refer to as the most city of Atlantis. The only lighting was provided by randomly
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All at once she turned as if to run but was met with an awed lovestruck gaze. His blue eyes widened
and softened with the sight of her face. All the pain of life seemed to melt off his face and was
replaced with gentleness. Drop.... Drip.... Drop..... Drip.... Drip.... water splashed onto the stones in
the dead silence. They both knew the answer. "Please...." He pleaded with her. She found herself in
hysterics, "I just murdered a friend! And you still can't manage to blame me!" Her hands flew to her
head while she spun in a circle, then they shot back down to her sides. Draco stood there motionless,
hardly ashamed. "He's dead because of me! Can't you see that!?" She practically hissed, "And I
liked it! I would do it again!" She saw advancement in his eyes. "Please don't come any closer..."
She exclaimed with shame. Confusion filled his face before he took one slow step forward, he
obviously didn't get the message. Panicked, Astoria spun around and ran out of the room and down
the nearest hall. Draco's trance broke as he rushed after Astoria, catching her by the arm and
spinning her around. "Would you stop bloody running from me!?" He snarled. She fought to get
free, avoiding eye contact. His grip tightened while he reached to grab her other arm and hold her
steady. "Draco let go!" She pounded on his chest the best she could. He refused her order, "No." She
eventually gave in as her voice broke and her knees betrayed her, leaving Astoria a heap in his
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Colton's Township Map Of Oregon & Washington Territory
Colton's township map of Oregon & Washington Territory, was issued by the Oregon Railway and
Navigation Company, and published in New York in 1880. This map was created by G.W. & C.B.
Colton & Company. George Woolworth Colton and his brother Charles B. Colton were brought into
the map business by their father, Joseph Hutchins Colton, an American map and atlas publisher, who
was active between 1833 and 1897. Though J.H. Colton was neither a cartographer or an engraver
himself, he invested in the emerging market of railroad maps and immigrant guides, which proved
popular during the mid 1880s. G. W. Colton was as a trained cartographer and engraver, who wanted
to create a large and detailed world atlas and establish himself firmly in the U.S.
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Case Study Of White Paper On Local Government
4.2 White Paper on Local Government
According to the White Paper on Local Government, local authorities have the following
responsibilities in terms of their obligation to economic development:
● Provide marketing and investment support in order to attract potential support to their locality.
● Small business support services should be providing to assist small entrepreneurs.
● To provide targeted assistance to a particular sector in the local economy that has to potential to
expand.
● By supplementing and tailoring to local need, the services provided by the Department of Labour
in supply of training and placement services. This is necessary towards the end of assisting people in
acquiring skills and funding jobs.
4.3 The Local Government: Municipal Systems Act (2000) (Act 32 of 2000)
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● Promote and undertake development in the municipality.
● Promote gender equity in the exercise of the municipality's executive and legislative authority.
● Promote a safe and healthy environment in the municipality.
● Contribute, together with other organs of the state, to the progressive realisation of the
fundamental rights contained in sections 24, 25, 26, 27 and 29 of the Constitution.
LED is one of the most strategic tools through which local municipalities adhere to its duties, as
prescribed by the Municipal Structures Act. This fact becomes even more applicable, once a
municipality's LED strategy is functionally integrated with its Integrated Development Plan.
Section 26(c) of the Local Government: Municipal System Act further specifies that the Integrated
Development Plan of the local municipality must contain its LED aims. This awards the municipal
LED strategy legal status as part of the Integrated Development Planning process.
5 RECOGNISING PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES WITH REGARDS TO SOUTH AFRICA'S
ECONOMIC PROGRESS SINCE
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Operation Of The Motor Vehicle
OPERATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE: On February 14, 2016 at 2250 hours, I responded to
the intersection of Crescent Boulevard and Wilson Avenue for a report of hit and run motor vehicle
crash. Prior to my arrival, I was notified by Central Communications that a witness followed the
fleeing vehicle north on Route 130. The witness was able to flag down Officer Cordero #562 of the
Camden County Metro Police in the parking lot of the Save–a–Lot, located at 2780 Mt. Ephraim
Avenue, in Camden City. At this time, the driver was being detained for my arrival, while Sergeant
Blanchard responded to the accident scene to check for injuries.
Upon my arrival, I spoke with the witness, Mr. Sergio Cumba. He related that he was traveling north
on Crescent Boulevard behind the white Dodge Ram as they approached the intersection of Wilson
Avenue with a red traffic signal. Mr. Cumba then related that suddenly, the driver of the Dodge did
not brake for the red traffic signal. Instead, the driver squeezed between two vehicles, which were
stopped in the right and left lanes of north Crescent Boulevard. Upon doing so, Mr. Cumba related
that driver of the Dodge collided with both vehicle, disregarded to red traffic sign and fled north on
Crescent Boulevard at a high rate of speed. Mr. Cumba related that he was able to follow the fleeing
vehicle until it pulled into the Save–a–Lot parking lot and Officer Cordero was flagged down.
I then spoke to Officer Cordero who related that while detaining the
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Examples Of Materialism In A Perfect Day For Bananafish
John Steinbeck suggests that " to a monster the norm must seem monstrous, since everyone is
normal to himself". Just as some people are born missing limbs or with another physical birth
defect, such as a birthmark, others could be born missing a trait vital to communicate with the world
around them or lose a trait throughout the course of their life. Although this missing trait is not
visible to others in society, does not mean it is any less serious. For instance, Seymour has a severe
case of PTSD after returning from war that causes his actions to seem 'abnormal' to those around
him, even his family. Furthermore, Seymour finds that the actions of those around him, the
materialistically obsessed, are difficult for him to cope with. In J.D. Salinger's "A Perfect Day for
Bananafish", Salinger depicts how life is for the "monsters" like Seymour in such a materialistic
society. Seymour, a seemingly normal man to the naked eye, is secluded from the world around him.
Searching for an escape from such an uninviting society, Seymour takes some big grasps for help
before committing to his eventual demise. Salinger begins his depiction of Seymour through disdain
before he brings the audience to his heart breaking conclusion. Salinger indicates that the
emotionally fragile cannot survive in a materialistic and superficial society because society is not
willing to accept those who are different. Salinger begins his short story by depicting a materialistic
society; in turn, he creates
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Observation Of Road Race
OPERATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE: On December 12, 2016, at 2202 hours, I was
conducting a stationary traffic post in the area of North Crescent Boulevard (Rt130) and Grant
Avenue. While doing so, I observed a dark colored Ford pickup truck disregard the posted stop sign
at the intersection of Grant Avenue and South Crescent Boulevard. The vehicle then continued into
the intersection and struck the concrete center divider which divides the north and south bound lanes
of Crescent Boulevard head–on with great force. See MVA crash report 16–514–A. I then observed
the male driver quickly exit his vehicle and inspect his damaged vehicle, while I communicated with
Central Communications about the incident and requested assistance. The male driver with ... Show
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The vehicle was now pointed north in the southbound lanes of Crescent Boulevard. The male
matching the same description as the driver I witnessed exit the vehicle was standing outside of the
vehicle in the open driver's side door gathering belongings. The driver also seemed to be oblivious
the danger of the passing traffic as he bent down picking up items in the roadway. Upon noticing my
police vehicle, the driver quickly exited the roadway, and onto the sidewalk. I approached the driver,
later identified as Mr. Michael C. Delp of 10 Drexel Avenue in Stratford, New Jersey, and inquired if
he was injured. Mr. Delp responded that he was injured in the crash and I requested an ambulance
and a tow truck. I then sat Mr. Delp down on the step of 12xx of Grant Avenue while a conducted an
injury assessment. I noted at that time, Mr. Delp's stance to be unsteady and he was having difficulty
standing. While speaking with Mr. Delp in the open air of the night about the crash, I detected an
odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. In addition, I observed Mr. Delp's eyes to
be bloodshot and watery and his speech was slow. Suddenly without warning, Mr. Delp leaped to his
feet and fled running north in the southbound lanes of Crescent Boulevard placing himself in danger
as well as assisting officers, which were know arriving on scene. Mr. Delp continued running in the
highway despite being instructed to stop by police as we gave chase for approximately 600 feet. At
that time, Mr. Delp was caught and placed into custody despite still not complying with police
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Class Executive Essay
I am applying for the position of Class Executive because I am interested in helping our class of
2020, create our own story. I want to help to organize events and help to monitor any official or
approved social media. The role of class executive is to assist the Senator and organize tasks or
events or anything asked of them. I also am very interested in the government and helping to lead
our global studies class. The past three years, I have been apart of my middle school, Dwight D.
Eisenhower's student government board. I have helped with many different fundraisers, school–wide
activities and budgeting. Being apart of the board helped me to strengthen my organizational and
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I have the drive and passion to lead our class into four years of fun and success. I am extremely
passionate about local government and helping others to create a hardworking community.
Perseverance applies directly to me because I am a very hard worker. I am determined to help
others, and when I get a task I make sure it is complete with my best effort. No matter how easy or
difficult a task is, my work will reflect on a passionate and hardworking effort. I value collaboration
because without getting along as a team member, family member, or executive board memeber
things get very unorganized. As a team member you need to collaborate and work together with your
team to pass and shoot and win. As a family member in order to make sure the house is clean and all
chores are done, you need to help each other in order to make the task easier and done more quickly.
In terms of the executive board I will make sure to implement these values by making sure I
surround myself with people who are passionate about what they do. Having passion also means
having drive as if you are not passionate about what you are doing, your drive will not be strong. I
will make sure to also be on top of what I do show how passionate I truly am. I will model
perseverance by working hard and making sure everything is done on time and with my best effort. I
will model collaboration by making sure to discuss with my peers and administrators before making
any
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Why Syl Hates Christmas
I don't know if I want to title this story "How I spent my Christmas Vacation" or "Why Syl Hates
Christmas" or "The Gift that Keeps on Giving". Please read on and help me out. This story actually
started many years ago. Sylvio's ex–wife Richelle invited Denise and me to a silent auction in
Haddon Heights. It was for the benefit of the Haddon Heights Ballet Company and was held in the
home of one of her rich friends. Spread throughout the house were paintings, sculptures, prints and
drawings, all donate by local artists. As we walked around the house eating hors d'oeuvres and
sipping wine, I was also busy writing Sly's name under a couple dozen pieces of art. At the end of
the night, Syl had been outbid on all the items except one. He was shocked when they called his
name. Syl was the high bidder on a small sculpture that I would best describe as bizarre. The
sculpture was of a human hand, palm up, with fingers spread apart on a rocky base. It was about five
inches high, seven inches wide and seven inches deep. It was not anatomically correct but it was
definitely a hand. Oh yeah, it was dark blue with streaks of gold. A truly bizarre piece. Syl got the
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Syl told me that when he opened the Christmas present, he unwrapped the box with The Hand in it
but never opened the box. The box was in such pristine condition that he assumed that it contained a
brand new outdoor spotlight fixture. He thought, "Why is he sending me a spotlight fixture?" and
then passed it off as between the two of us we have sent each other some strange shit on Christmas.
Once I sent him a copy of "Gone With the Wind" that was hollowed out to hold a handgun. I figured
that every house in the South should have a copy of "Gone With the Wind" and every house in the
South already has a gun. Oh yeah, I need to tell you that Syl and Ronda live in a house that is not
quite in the Deep South and is not quite a plantation but is close to being
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The Road To Winter Analysis
The Road to Winter – Topic 3
Mark Smith's, The Road to Winter (2016), charts the narrative of Australian teenager, Finn, who has
survived a virus that has wiped out the majority of his town. Finn is forced to survive, protecting
himself from the violent gangs in the North on his own, following the death of his parents. With
survival being the main theme of the novel, the characters in The Road to Winter exhibit their
exceptional and awful capabilities when their survival is threatened. Despite characters living in
seclusion, they will go to any means to protect their own survival. Furthermore, when Finn, Rose or
Kas' lives are threatened, alternate characters will rise to their assistance, completing formidable acts
of bravery to save them. Finally, Ramage displays his awful capabilities, threatening others survival,
if his own leadership is jeopardised.
With characters in the novel living in hiding as a result of the constant threat that the Wilder's pose,
they need to abandon their seclusion to protect their own lives, despite the possible fatalities. When
Finn is first introduced in the novel, he is living a life of secrecy, demonstrated through his first
encounter with Ray when Finn "was so shocked to hear another voice". It is furthermore emphasised
with the unexpected arrival of Rose, forcing Finn to come out of the shadows and stand up to the
Wilders. When Finn is away from home looking for Kas, Rose must make her way to Ray's house,
where she is
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Essay A Decision Made
Across the period of one's life, decisions are made, consequences are endured, and rewards are
accepted. In most instances, one does not think before they act on possible actions or decisions;
however it is the rare few that do think, and do realize the cause and effect of decisions about to be
made.
Margaret Sanger was an advocate for women's rights, a nurse, a feminist, and most important she
offered women information about contraceptives, something that was relatively hidden from many
women in the early 1900's. Margaret Sanger may have single handily changed the fact that "women
would achieve personal freedom by experiencing their sexuality free of consequence" (Margaret
Sanger, 1).
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"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" had a decision made by Fraquhar that knowingly went
against the opposing side of where he stood. Like Sanger who went against Comstock laws,
Fraquhar interfered with troops. Although Fraquhar knew his punishment would be death if caught,
he was willing to risk it, and eventually was put to death because of his actions. Sanger also knew
going against Comstock could result in possible jail time, which she did receive for her actions.
In "The Censors," Juan knowingly risked being caught by becoming a censor, in hopes of getting his
letter through to his loved one. Although he knew what would happen if he was caught smuggling
his letter in, he was more then willing to take the risk. Juan's boss acknowledged his hard work,
"soon he was moved to section E where he was now reading and analyzing letter contents, his work
became so absorbing that his original purpose for being a censor was blurred (Valenzuela, 653).
While he excelled, he one day came across his letter to Marina, but without reading it, tossed it into
the censored pile, causing his death the very next morning. The theory that giving someone a little
power can eventually lead to destruction is evident in Juan's case. Although Sanger wasn't given
power, she made people knew who she was, and she was empowering women. She strived to get
information out, create an oral contraceptive, and have a place that women could eventually go to.
She dedicated
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NT1330 Unit 1 Assignment 1
As I begin to explore and assess my community, I have chosen Wynnewood, PA, part of The
Mainline. Within this community, there's an OB clinic in a suburban setting that serves the
obstetrical patients. With the patients and health care workers all living in this small suburban
community, workers may encounter boundaries with knowing their clients personally, and also some
of the patient's friends or family members. The workers will have to deal with how to be
professional not to breach any information about other patients. They will also have to deal with
personal vs. professional situations that may arise. In certain situations, it would be wise of the
practitioner to broach the boundary issues with the client as early in their relationship as possible
and discuss reasonable ways of handling potentially awkward circumstances in a manner that both
find comfortable and in a way that protects the client's interests to the greatest extent possible
(Frederic G. Reamer, 2012). Social workers should document these conversations to demonstrate
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The median household income is $102,026 in 2013, compared to Pennsylvania of $52,007
(Informatics, 2016). The poverty level of this community is 2.9% in 2013 (Informatics, 2016). Many
highly educated, high earning people live in this area. Many pay for just the status of living on The
Mainline. As for the over 25 year old population, 97.3% have high school degrees, 71.3% have
Bachelor's Degrees, 41.5% have graduate or Professional degrees, and 4.9% are unemployed
(Informatics, 2016). The unemployment rate is below the Pennsylvania average of 5.8%
(Informatics, 2016). There are a number of colleges/universities within 6 miles of Wynnewood, such
as University of Pennsylvania, Villanova, Drexel, and St. Joseph's. As for elementary schools, there
are many ranging from pre–K thru high
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Haggerty-Bearden Family Scholarship Essay
Haggerty–Bearden Family Scholarships: The Jane Scholarship When divorce and poverty strike a
household, statistics show that a student's potential can take the hit, but these events actually taught
me to leap over any kind of hurdle I face. At the same time, my parent's divorce and the Great
Recession ate up our limited savings, and I was told my future dreams were no longer realistic, so
college would be out of the question. Disappointed, I kept my nose to the grindstone to prove my
parents wrong, and I found that my career is only limited by my work ethic, and I could succeed no
matter what I was told I could do. My work inside and outside of the classroom made me an
honored student at Howell High School and a volunteer recognized by the state of Michigan's
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I've stayed home innumerable nights this year working hard from the bus stop to the time I go to bed
because I strive to go the extra mile. I have twelve years of school ahead of me, and I am not afraid
of the hurdles it will bring because I know how to work hard for the long haul. I will apply this
strength in the university as well. With the same skill, I've pushed through the adversities in
altruism, the primal reason as to why I deserve this scholarship. As an altruist, I have put hundreds
of hours of community service into the City of Howell, impacting the lives of children and adults
each day. As an award–winning Vice President of a volunteer board for teenagers, we plan and carry
out events to get students off the streets and into our welcoming teen center in downtown Howell. At
times, our teen center faced closure and disapproval from government officials, but I pulled my
board's representatives over each hurdle and into our new building. I plan on continuing my
charitable efforts around the globe, and I would like to make that mark on the world with this
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The World 's First Steam Engine
Imagine you're back in time where the measure of creativity is at its highest, and the Steampunk era
has just began. You are near a railroad that 's running one of the world 's first steam engines. Thomas
Newcomen, the creator of the first practical steam engine, made a difference in his community and
even the world by introducing this new technology that we still use today. Team 2016 is a leader in
our community. Our commitment is to make a difference in not only our school, community, but the
world much like Thomas Newcomen and his steam engine.
Our team has been involved in the FIRST community for eleven years and counting. After winning
the 2007 Rookie All Star award at the New Jersey Regional as Ewing High School (EHS), we were
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have found that the most challenging is the communication between the hearing and Deaf students
on the team. We researched this with an interview with Cooper Norris from the Rochester School for
the Deaf (RSD). Cooper was a drive team member from FRC Team 3162, the all Deaf team from
RSD. After one year of competition the team folded. Cooper revealed that there was not enough
student interested from the 135 students enrolled at RSD. Cooper noted that the communication
between the mentors and the students was difficult because there were only two interpreters for the
entire team. He went on to say that the interpreters did not have engineering or technical expertise so
this was another factor that made it difficult in the communication process. The interview also
revealed that there were communication issues at the Finger Lakes Regional at RIT. There were
plenty of interpreters for the Deaf students to utilize and the RSD students went in groups around
the pits but he
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Diminish Poverty For South African Township Beadworkers
Introduction Monkeybiz is registered as a nonprofit (NPO) income–generating bead project, which
aims to diminish poverty for South African township beadworkers. Through creating sustainable
employment, Monkeybiz focuses on women 's economic empowerment, health development and
nutritional support to HIV/AIDS infected workers. Monkeybiz is committed to restoring the
tradition of African beadwork, taking knowledge that is past down from generation to generation.
Monkeybiz mission is to become iconic brands which aim to inspire an enduring form of affection
that any marketer would want their brand. Monkeybiz has threefold mission as a register (NPO).
There first intentions were to create awareness of poverty. Secondly, their mission is to generate
employment and empower women in undeveloped places while preserving and encouraging the
tradition of South African art. Its customized, 'soulful ' yet modern products targeting people with a
social conscience and interest in social change. To ease market expansion globally, it sells artworks
to collectors, corporates, and retail customers. Exported artworks cater to galleries, museums,
exhibitions and craft fairs, and considered artworks of matchless value and 'run of the mill '
merchandise such as dolls, animals, coasters, and placemats are sold at local and international retail
stores. Monkeybiz was establish by ceramic artists Barbara Jackson, Shirley Fintz and Mathapelo
Ngaka–Mtati in January 2000. The Monkeybiz Bead Project
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Theme Of Materialism In A Perfect Day For Bananafish
American Society's Materialism in "A Perfect Day For Bananafish" J.D Salinger believes society
turns each and every person into bananafish. In his short story A Perfect Day For Bananafish he
expresses some of his views on the American society and the problems that he has with it. He
believes Americans put too much value in material possessions and that their lives, shaped by a
constant bombardment of advertisements and new products that are bigger and better than the last,
are harmful to them, and the people around them. Salinger uses his short story A Perfect Day for
Bananafish to represent the materialism and consumerism of American society.
Salinger sets the scene for materialism from the very beginning by dedicating the first and most
important sentence of his short story to New York advertising men. The first sentence of a story is
the hook and what makes people want to read further and figure out what happens so it is not spent
lightly. Salinger uses his first sentence here to tell the reader that there are "..ninety seven New York
advertising men in the hotel, and, the way they were monopolizing the long distance lines, the girl in
507 had to wait from noon till almost two thirty to get her call through."(pg1). This is extremely
important and says a lot about the purpose of the story and what it was written for. The fact that it
was also placed right at the beginning of the story only adds to its significance. Ninety seven
advertising men are staying in this resort hotel in Florida and are calling out long distance,
presumably doing there job and still working. They value their job and the money and possessions it
brings so much that they can't take the time to appreciate what they already have and enjoy their
vacation.
Salinger goes on to talk about what Muriel did while waiting for her phone to ring and using it as an
example of the effects society can have on a person's personality. He says "She used the time,
though. She read an article in a woman's pocket sized magazine, called "Sex Is Fun–or Hell."She
washed her comb and brush." and that "She tweezed two freshly surfaced hairs from her mole."
(pg1). These actions portray Muriel as a very vane and materialistic person. Though normal people
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Lake City Hospital Recruitment Plan

  • 1. Lake City Hospital Recruitment Plan Lake City Hospital Recruitment Plan This report is to review and analyze the current Lake City Hospital recruitment plan and to revise the plan to make it more effective. The current plan will be analyzed and remove those factors that are not relevant to the current recurring plan. This new plan will consist of other factors that will make Lake City Hospital recruitment efficient and effective to the need of the hospital. Currently, there is a need for 10 Certified Nursing Assistants (CAN) and 20 CAN's are required for the hospital to operate effectively. Removal of the Current Recruitment Plan Upon reviewing the current hospital plan in Appendix A there are a few changes that will be required for an effective recruitment processes. Under ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The current plan will be analyzed and remove those factors that are not relevant to the current recurring plan. This new plan will consist of other factors that will make Lake City Hospital recruitment efficient and effective to the need of the hospital. Currently, there is a need for 10 Certified Nursing Assistants (CAN) and 20 CAN's are required for the hospital to operate effectively. Removal of the Current Recruitment Plan Upon reviewing the current hospital plan in Appendix A there are a few changes that will be required for an effective recruitment processes. Under the Qualification category communications and self–motivated will be remove. The Number of Contacts also does not identify relevant information. The Timeline outline to hire has 20 days which is too many days. Under Activities to Source Qualification Candidates, employee referrals will not be necessary for a Certified Nursing Assistant. The Process Flow and Record Keeping are not necessary because the recruiting is outlined. Compare the Current and Revised Recruitment Plan The two recruitment plans to compared are in Appendix A (current) and B (revised) are as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Analyze Strengths And Weaknesses In Terms Of A Community... Community Health Assessment for Lansing Township September 30, 2017 Abstract A community health assessment was performed for the Lansing Township community to analyze strengths and weaknesses in terms of health for the population in residence. Demographic data at the Township and County from the U.S. Census Bureau were analyzed to obtain an adequate representation of the community. Morbidity and mortality measurements and data were examined in order to accurately understand the health problems that this community needed to address. Walkability surveys were completed around two local schools so infrastructure and safety could be observed around the community. A food survey was completed at a local grocery store so as to investigate the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation (LOH) The name of the community that I researched is Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation(LOH). It is located on 2323 South Hardy Drive in Tempe, Arizona. L.O.H. was founded in 2008 when the founder, Jodi Polanski, wanted to have a world in which all pets have loving homes and are treated with respect. Now, that is the vision and purpose of L.O.H. The mission of L.O.H. is to ensure that all pets have loving homes when families face major life changes and have to give up their pets. L.O.H. also is striving to have no pets living on the streets. They are making as much effort as they can to rescue any stray animals they find. L.O.H. will give medical care and shots to those animals if needed. When the cat/dog is back to health, L.O.H. will put the cat/dog in a room with other cats/dogs in the same age group. The rooms are almost always clean and well kept by volunteers. IMPORTANT: Lost Our Homes Pet Foundation is a non–kill animal shelter. It does not and will never kill any animals even if there is a overpopulation. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jodi Polanski is the founder and executive director. There is Michelle Lewis, who is the director of operations, Chris Harris, who is the program manager, and Joni Loyd, who is the Medical Coordinator. There are many other staff member and board members, and they are all part–time. There is a handfull staff and board members, but most of the community is made up of just ordinary people with a passion for animals. There are a couple thousand volunteers at L.O.H. They volunteer at L.O.H. and play with the cats and dogs, re–plenish their food, and clean the cats' litterboxes. Other people donate items such as food, litter, toys, and collars for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Little Shop Review This evening I went to go see an anomalous play called Little Shop, which struck me as a fantastic performance put together by the ESU theatre department. The plays setting took place in an area called "Skid Row", a large city somewhere in the U.S around the early 1960s. The characters interacted either in the flower shop or outside of the flower shop. The only other scene that takes place in a different setting is when Seymour attempts to kill Orin at his dentist shop. The area enclosing around the flower shop hint to have a high unemployment right as many homeless people appear on stage at a given time in which begging for food and money. As a member of the audience I could tell that the performances perspective was aimed to represent the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An issue that I tried to ignore through the play but soon became very trouble sum for me was the continuous singing that would occur either by the girl group or Seymour. I believe Act I was much stronger and more enjoyable overall than Act II. Act I opened up with the singing of the girl group and initially the introduced the main characters of the performance by them interacting with each other throughout the flower shop. Mr.Mushnik was the owner of the shop while Seymour and Audrey were employees. Audrey has a black eye from her boyfriend which she continues on to see which troubles Seymour because he has a crush on her. Mr.Mushnik says he needs to fire them because they have been getting no busy. Seymour then discovers a plant from a sketchy guy one day that he believes will draw in the attention of customers if displayed out of the window. Seymour names the plant Audrey II after the name of his crush Audrey. As soon as he puts the plant out in display the business starts to bloom. Unfortunately, the plant feeds on fresh human blood which causes Seymour to sacrifice his own ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Operation Of Local Government Transparency Operation of local government transparency in South Sulawesi province A. Jamaluddin STISIP Muhammadiyah Sinjai Abstract Transparency in South Sulawesi Provincial Government has been applied in efforts to achieve good governance. The problems of this research are; (1) how to transparency in local governance, (2) what factors inhibiting transparency in local governance, and (3) what is the right strategy is used in implementing the transparency of the regional administration. This study aims to: 1) describe the transparency in local governance, 2) analyze the factors that become an obstacle to transparency in local governance, and 3) to apply the right strategy in the transparency of the regional administration. The study found that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Various information is held, given and provided by the Government are accessible can be used as a tool for monitoring, evaluating and assessing the work done by the government under the supervision of the community. Regional Government of South Sulawesi province after the reform era are required to be more transparent to the various activities of governance created by the government and has the support of the community by creating all the tools and rules of the system and mechanism of action of the government must be transparent, informed to the community and society easy access to all information relating to good governance in accordance duties and functions of each government agency. Transparency in principle is the principle of the creation of mutual confidence between the government and the public through the provision of information that ensures the ease in obtaining accurate information and adequate. Through this transparency, government and communities together to provide information where the information is a necessity for governments and communities to mutually participate in running good governance. Moving on from the understanding of transparency, the Regional Government seeks to achieve transparency of regional governance ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Crusher And The Black Death Wreaking havoc throughout Europe, The Black Death was a destructive plague that left over twenty million dead in its track. Despite the atrocious consequences of this disease, it yielded a favourable aftermath such as the stability of the European population and the increase in demand for work (Damen, 2015). Similarly to The Black Death, the novel Crusher by Niall Leonard shows that positive outcomes often appear from situations that may seem negative. The protagonist of the novel, Finn Maguire, finds himself as the prime suspect in the murder investigation of his father, Noel. The murder of Finn's father and his pursuit to clear his name reflect the notion that there are trials that appear bitter to the core which are often blessings in disguise. As a result of Noel's murder, Finn forms a passionate relationship with a girl named Zoe, reconnects with his mother, and obtains a grand inheritance from Noel's friend. Meeting Zoe is one of the positive things that happen to Finn as a result of his father's murder investigation. Their paths intersect when Finn is gathering information about Noel from his friends. Zoe and Finn are the first person in each other's lives that reciprocate the love and affection they have to offer. Unlike Zoe, Noel fails to deliver the In Noel's case, his drinking addiction and naive optimism of reviving his acting job leave Finn as the caregiving figure and the one responsible for paying most of the bills, struggling to make financial ends meet. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Morgan Township Softball Team Morgan Township has a rich history of student athletes that are exceptional representations of humble success. The Maxwell Award honors a student who has faithfully demonstrated leadership, dedication, and respect throughout their time as an athlete of Morgan Township. I believe that I am the best candidate for this award because I have exemplified those traits over four years as a varsity athlete. I take my role as a representative of Morgan Township extremely seriously, and hopefully, I have added to our legacy of athletes with strong morals and sound character. I would not trade my time on the Morgan Township softball team for any other experience. I formed some of my most valuable friendships and memories on our field, and now, in my final season, they have become all the more special. Knowing that I have made ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have been honored to lead my team this year as I have helped several of the girls on an individual basis with skills they lacked confidence in––both scholastically and athletically. I always have the team's best interest at heart, and I want each of the girls and our team as a whole to reach their highest potential. Although I am of course dedicated to my team, I am also dedicated to the sport of softball in itself. I have been playing softball since I was five years old, and I am so grateful that my efforts have bloomed into being selected for the Indiana North v. South Invitational for two years now. I love that I am able to represent Morgan Township on a state level. When representing a team or a school, there is a lot of responsibility ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. What I Learned About My Time When I walked into class and saw this daunting project sitting on my desk, I was in shock. No teacher has ever asked me to do an assignment requiring the level of work that this portfolio required. While no one component seemed too difficult, all of them together seemed impossible. However, in reflection I see that this portfolio was only as difficult as I sought to make it; if I approached each section with an open mind, a plan, and a schedule, it was rather easy to complete this assignment. While completing this portfolio, I had to learn how to manage my time. Now, as I am typing this over a week before this project is due, I am glad I did not procrastinate as many of my peers did. Most of them are still scrambling to finish with the deadline fast approaching. I also learned more than I imagined I would about our government, especially in the projects concerning local government. I knew that local government was important, but did not realize the magnitude of its impact on daily life. The actions of local representatives affect the quality of roads, the tax we pay on meals, the cost of water and electricity, the number of teachers in school, the amount of supplies those teachers have, and what recreational and community opportunities are available to our community. Attending the government meetings and interviewing local leaders provided the most insight into governmental workings. Talking with Mayor Coleburn taught me that the mayor does not "run the town" like ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. The Road To Winter Character Analysis Essay Mark Smith's novel 'The Road to Winter' explores the behaviours of characters after their experiences of loss, and their ability to persevere whilst trying to continue to act to their own ethical principles. The protagonist of the novel, Finn, is one of the many who have lost their family and way of life to the deadly disease that has ravaged the world, yet has managed to survive without much external help and relative isolation. Whilst he has managed to keep his benevolent nature, others have not been as lucky and have grown bitter throughout their trauma, weakening their morality and beliefs. Finn no longer has a family to care or provide for him, but despite his struggle for sufficient resources he still assists Rose when she's being hunted by Ramage and his men. This decision to help Rose ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He is quite cruel, and thinks for his own benefit, describing "sileys" as "property" with "no rights", only good for field work, having children and perhaps trade if the Wilders find the valley where he and the other survivors are staying. He "lost [his] humanity when [his] wife and kids died", and puts his own safety and wellbeing as a priority over other's. This causes him to often be at odds with Harry, another survivor in the valley, who maintains his faith and believes that everyone is God's child and therefore they've "got an obligation to treat them kindly". Though Harry lost one of his children, Tusker believes that he has a warped view since he still has his wife and daughter, and therefore has not had to suffer the passing of his family so harshly. Tusker assumes that the child asylum seekers should not have come to Australia if they were not prepared to work, even though those like Rose and Kas didn't have a choice in the matter, and does not show any empathy for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Center Township The History of Center Township, Pennsylvania Center Township is one the later communities making up Beaver County, history dates back to the earliest periods of the Ohio Valley. In 1774 all lands south of the Ohio River were claimed by Virginia and slowly through the Revolutionary War become part of Pennsylvania at individual times. Prior to colonial explorers, the native Indians of the area traveled the "Glade Path" a trail crossing the original township from north to south. Today we know that path as Brodhead road, named after the Commander of Fort McIntosh. Beaver County was formed March 12th, 1800 with three townships, Southside– Hanover, First Moon and Second Moon. In 1812, the area further broke into four townships, one of which was Moon the parent of today's Center Township. On November 24th, 1914, Center Township, a sparsely populated area, separated from the heavily populated suburban section now known as Moon. This was the result of a dispute among Moon township residents in early 1914. Center township is situated in the southeast portion of Beaver County, 25 miles Northwest of the City of Pittsburgh, surrounded by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of its staples since 1970 has been the Beaver Valley mall which was one of the biggest malls of the area when it was constructed. Today the fate of the mall is unknown with the closure of two of its five anchor stores, Sears and Macy's. In November 2003, Chi–Chi's at the Beaver Valley Mall, Made history with the largest hepatitis A outbreak in American history. Center Township has two major access points via Interstate 376 making it convenient for residents, shoppers, travelers, and students. In addition, Center Township has multiple education prospects including Community College of Beaver County, Penn State–Beaver, and The Beaver County Vocational Technical School for high school ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Ocean Township, New Jersey My home town is Ocean Township, New Jersey. It is located in eastern central Monmouth County. It is 11.1 square miles. It is made up of several different subsections named Wayside, Wanamassa, Colonial Terrace, West Allenhurst, West Deal, Oakhurst, Shadowlawn Manor, Elberon Park and Wayside. Within these communities it has a population of over 27,000 residents. Ocean Township today is a suburban community. Although it has the name Ocean, it no longer borders the Atlantic but it still within a mile of the beach. Before explores from various European nations came to the New Americas it was occupied by Native Americans named the Lenape Indians which means "the people"(Gregory Dowd, pg 11). In 1524 Giovanni de Verrazano encountered the Lenapes ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The French and Indian war had Colonies drained of resources, money and even men. As a result of that war, the British Empire heavily taxed the people. However, the Colonies they had no input on the taxes, "no taxation without representation". That resulted in the rise of the clash of British Rule versus the new colony rule which brought about the American Revolution. New Jersey was a major contribution towards the war for numerous reasons. While the British controlled the Sandy Hook military post, many battles and scrimishes had been fought here on New Jersey soil including Ocean Township. I saw a reoccurring tale of Colonial residents building ships in Deal Lake while battling the British. During this time actually up the road from where I had grown up, was the cove they refer to as where the ship building was done. The story goes that as a ship was being crafted with purpose of intercepting British Supply ships entering the Sandy Hook areas. As the ship was being made British Troops had received a tip by a local Loyalist whom told them of the location. While they ship makers heard they have been spotted they quickly acted, and began to sink the ship before the British arrived. It was then when they attacked the British and resurfacing the boat and destroying the British ship, naming the Cove, Pirates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. Middle School's Chorus Concert Report: Burlington Township... Tuesday 13, Burlington Township High School Last tuesday was the Middle School's chorus concert that was being held at the Burlington Township High School, where 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students performed. The concert started off with five students signing the "Star–Spangled Banner", the performance was powerful, but only the girls could be heard. The boy at times could be heard but definitely were not as powerful as the girls singing. The crowd at first didn't even realize that they were going to sing it so they had a delayed reaction standing up. But, it was an overall impressive performance, especially with the girls powerful vocals. The next song I'll like to talk about is one of the songs performed by Chamber Choir, which is "Astonishing". The song begins off by three solos done by 3 different girls, who did an incredible with their parts. After their part the rest started to sing and that's when things had a few problem but was honestly good. Some of the unison with the girls was not always there, but they were pushed along with the vocals of some of the girls with more powerful voices. The guys were not as heard, they are also out numbered, but still they should be heard more often than they were. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Of course it wasn't horrible, but you could barely hear anyone singing in this song, at times all you could hear was Mrs. Ferguson, their music teach, playing the piano. If it wasn't for her playing the piano and instead the kids just singing without music, I'm sorry but it would sound pretty horrible. I would say it was probably my least favorite song performed by the Chamber Choir. But still, I must say, you can see some of the effort Chamber Choir put into this song, even if it wasn't that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Hunterdon County Essay Hunterdon county is a New Jersey is not known for much. It has about twenty–seven towns and is located in central New Jersey. There are no big cities or any sports teams. It is mostly a rural county with tons of farms and woods. There is not much to do for the younger generation. Everything is a good drive away. For me the beach, New York City, and Philadelphia are all about a one hour drive away from me. Many people leave Hunterdon after college because they want to start their lives and these maps are showing that many chose not to do that in Hunterdon. If you look on map one it is showing the ages fifteen to nineteen. It shows that there are 331 teenagers living in Hunterdon. The darker green means that about ten to twelve percent of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If you look at the legend the dark green has over a thousand jobs there and the lowest is under a hundred. If you look at map four the map looks a lot darker but if you look at the legand the highest it goes is under five hundred. This is showing that careers are extremely hard to find in Hunterdon. Maybe all the people wanted to leave Hunterdon to find better jobs. For the towns that are really dark in map four got hired right out of college and have enough money to live in Hunterdon but for the towns that had a lot of jobs in map three but got worse in map four they could have found better jobs somewhere else or maybe it just did not work out. I know from living there that it is not the cheapest place to live. It is the fourth most expensive county in the nation and with college being so expensive, people are not making enough right out of college to live in Hunterdon. The difference between the two maps is insane. If you look at all four of these maps it makes sense that people all these people are leaving. If you are fifteen you are obviously still going to be living with your parents and when you just get out of college you will still live with them until you get enough money and have to move out. We all know that jobs are really hard to find now and why would you stay in a place that has very few jobs ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Sustainability Strategy Of Colgate Palmolive Company SVKM's NMIMS MPSTME, Mumbai Assignment Submitted On COLGATE–PALMOLIVE Submitted To Professor Ritesh Kumar for evaluation Submitted by: ADITYA GARG – J007 AANCHAL MEHROTRA – J016 LEKHA PRABHAKAR – J022 SAMIKSHA SINDHU – J029 RACHANA SWAMY – J038 ARCHIT GUPTA – J046 Course : MBA Tech.(Extc) Semester : 4 On date : 6th February 2014 Subject : Principles and Practices of Management TABLE OF CONTENTS Sr. No. Topic Name Page 1. Introduction 3 2. Globalization
  • 28. 3 3. Mergers and Major Events 4. Lawsuits 5. Sustainability Strategy 6. SWOT ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In turn, the Company is committed to helping people thrive. Through training, career development and wellness programs, Colgate helps employees stay healthy, engaged and focused on delivering products and services that meet or exceed expectations. Communities: Colgate gives back to the community by: ➢ Promoting oral health: Colgate's flagship "Bright Smiles, Bright Futures" (BSBF) program is among the most far–reaching, successful children's oral health initiatives in the world. ➢ Handwashing education: Colgate's "Clean Hands, Good Health" global hand washing program provides educational materials and sample products to schools and communities, and builds awareness through public service advertising and public relations campaigns. ➢ Contributing in time of need: Colgate provides emergency financial aid, donates products and sponsors matching gift programs in times of natural disaster. PLANET:Some of the planet goals include: Reducing Energy use and greenhouse gas emmission Water conservation, access and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 30. Chris Jones Case Study Township Engineer Chris Toms pointed out that he gave each Supervisor two packets to review. He explained that with the short turn of road from the last meeting they prepared a draft set specifications for the road work that had been previously discussed. The thicker of the two packets is a draft of the bid specifications themselves. and the other packet was a memo comparing the Township's construction and material specifications and Penn DOT's construction and materials design. Township Engineer Chris Toms felt that the bid specifications did not need to be addressed, because the bid specifications were for the reclamation and paving that had previously been discussed. He did feel that the Board needed to discuss how the Board wanted to address the testing requirements and how those testing requirements would be incorporated into the specifications document. Township Engineer Chris Toms continued to go over what was in the bid specifications packet and Township Engineer Cory McCoy went over only the highlighted sections of the Paving Specifications memo. Both engineers answered questions that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 1. Nuclear gage compaction testing for density acceptable or would the Township prefer cores. 2. Testing for depth on site, law logs going down, plus the calculations or cutting into the road to get an actual sample. 3. The special specifications for the reclamation that are in the 408 where a test section must be done. The Township Engineer recommends substituting compaction testing on the base. 4. Is it acceptable for the contractor to supply their own testing technician? It was decided that the Township Engineer Chris Toms and Jeff Rummel would do the inspections for the Township. Township Engineer will have the final packet for the March 21, 2017, meeting for review by the Board of Supervisors to approve for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 32. A Brief Note On Lower Merion School District Introduction Lower Merion School District is located in the suburbs of West Philadelphia. It is the school system for Lower Merion Township, which begins at the city limit of West Philadelphia. The district contains six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. Belmont Hills Elementary School is a public elementary school located within the Belmont Hills neighborhood in Lower Merion. It serves kindergarten through fifth grade. It has 451 students and 64 instructional staff, for a ratio of slightly over 7:1 students per instructional staff member. Ms. Kate Galer is a special education teacher at Belmont Hills Elementary School. Ms. Galer spends time in both the general classroom and in specialized learning ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the spring, the club meets once a week for an hour and a half. The gardening club offers a hand– on opportunity for the students to see the processes entailed in creating and sustaining vegetation. To do so, children assist in digging and maintaining the soil, providing the proper amounts of nutrients, and pulling weeds. Additionally, the students try to identify the different plants and insects that they come across. During the summer, the families of the students will sign up for a week where they are tasked with maintaining the garden. The students come to the garden during that week to water the plants and weed the garden. In addition, each student has several vegetable plants that are ready to be harvested, providing a tangible reward for their work. Gardening requires time and the necessary supplies. To allow all the children to partake in the experience in a meaningful manner there must be a continual supply of plants and materials. Ms. Galer has been able to acquire some of the plants from the high school greenhouse, but they are not enough to fulfill the needs of the club The club has proven to be popular, as evidenced by the retention of the large majority of its students for the duration of the harvest. In addition, although the club is currently only available to 3rd and 4th graders, many of the 3rd graders return for their second time once they are in 4th grade. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 34. The Minister’s Black Veil by Nathaniel Hawthorne One of literatures greatest quality is allowing the reader's mind to uncover subliminal messages in an attempt to form their own understandings and ideas. Perhaps, this particular process is commonly described in the idiom "reading between the lines." While many writers have implanted this literary aspect into their works, this essay focuses on a specific parable written by Nathaniel Hawthorne entitled The Minister's Black Veil. Notably, a parable is a simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson. The characters and setting of which Hawthorne uses to get his point across creates an overwhelming atmosphere that increases the power of his message. An analysis of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Minister's Black Veil offers readers an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In this parable, Mr. Hooper gives an invisible element in sin a physical appearance in the black veil which now makes his sin a connection between himself, God, and the townspeople. It is apparent that Mr. Hooper is dealing with some sort of internal conflict and his way of confronting his issue is by covering his face from everyone with the black veil. Lastly, there are several themes in The Minister's Black Veil relating to topics including sin, guilt, fear, and judgment. The first theme focuses on people's reaction to change. Soon after Mr. Hooper covers his face, people secluded themselves from him and gave him bewildered stares even after he showed them courtesy. Likewise, his wife Elizabeth left him after she failed to persuade him to abandon the black veil. The narrator also explains how Mr. Hooper created a group of converts as well as how people at their deathbed would not take their last breath until they received consolation from Mr. Hooper. Strangers began to travel from long distances just to hear his sermons and gaze at his figure. Another theme found in The Minister's Black Veil is that people fear what they do not know and do not understand. The mystery of the black veil perhaps was the biggest thing that intimidated the townspeople. Mr. Hooper is overcome with the same horror as the townspeople when he catches a glimpse of himself. In an attempt to solve the mystery of the black veil, the townspeople past judgment and create ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 36. Monroe Township And New Jersey Hello tourist, I am Brandon Noble the Director of Tourism for Monroe, New Jersey. I am honored that you have selected to learn more about Monroe, which is the municipality you expect to move to. Let me start of by saying that Monroe is a wonderful place to live in. I will try to familiarize you with Monroe's geographic location, demographics, form of government, size of government, table of organization, budget information, tax levy, history of origin, and the background of why Monroe is unique. Monroe Township is a community steeped in history and renowned for its sense of family and community. Even a brief visit to Monroe Township will provide you with the knowledge that Monroe Township is a great place to live and raise a family. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Portions of Monroe's farmland are receiving commercial zoning. The northern section of Monroe is already developed, with developers heading further south in Monroe to start new communities. New adult communities have been developed in central Monroe, along Route 33, and on CR 615. Monroe Township has a total of 42.2 square miles which is equivalent to 109.3 km. 41.9 square miles is land, and .258 square miles of water. At 42 square miles, Monroe Township is the largest municipality in Middlesex County in terms of total area. Major communities in Monroe include, Clearbrook Park, population 2,667, Concordia, population 3,092, Rossmoor, population 2,666, and Whittingham, population 2,476. Those are unincorporated communities, and census designated places located in Monroe Township. From the 2010 United States Census, there were 39,132 people, 16,497 households, and 10,872 families residing in Monroe. The population density was 932.3 per square mile. There were 18,002 housing units at an average density of 428.9 per square mile. The racial makeup of Monroe was 81.55% white, 3.92% black or African American, .08% Native American, 12.60% Asian, .01% Pacific Islander, .62% from other races, and 1.21% from two or more races. Lastly, 4.28% Were Hispanics or Latinos. Of the 16,497 households, 22.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them. 60.2% were married couples living together, 4.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 38. Essay on Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd V Accc (1999)... GLENDALE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS PTY LTD v ACCC (1999) ATPR 41–672 Plaintiff: Michael Barnes Defendant/Appellant: Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd –Supplier of Caustic Soda which is called "DRANO" Respondent: Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Prepared By: GLENDA B. GAERLAN Presented To: PETER MCGUINNES BUSINESS LAW 1st Semester 2010 Background Facts: Michael Barnes bought a 500g of caustic soda called "DRANO" at a local store named Glendale Chemical Products Pty Ltd for him to use to unblock a pipe in the shower recess. Mr. Barnes, kneeling down, poured hot water to the drain and immediately sprinkled the caustic soda as advised by a friend. The mixture of hot water ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Barnes, separately, had commenced proceedings in the District Court of NSW. Both proceedings were transferred to the Federal Court and heard with the proceedings issued by the ACCC. The judgment on this case was delivered on February 27, 1998 six years after Australia passed a statutory code dealing with defective goods in 1992 sixty years after the verdict on the Donoghue v Stevenson's case. The ACCC sought orders restraining Glendale from engaging in conduct contrary to Section 52 which states that a corporation shall not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or is likely to mislead or deceive. The action brought by the ACCC against Glendale based on Section 52 and 53(c) of the Act was unsuccessful. There was insufficient evidence to demonstrate that Barnes did understand the label to constitute a representation in the form suggested. It was found that Glendale was negligent and in all circumstances, it was considered there was a duty on Glendale to include in the packaging a warning as to the consequences of using corrosive product with hot water in a confined space such as a drain. There was no specific defect with the caustic soda but the issue is whether it was defective within the meaning of Section 75AC. It was found by the court the label to be defective within the meaning of section 75AC. It was argued on behalf of Glendale that the damages should be reduced based on the fact that Barnes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 40. Investigating Potential Sustainable Solutions For Waste Of... Introduction This paper aims at investigating potential sustainable solutions for waste of the West Garforth Township Development Project. It will aim at giving an assessment of the proposals of how waste will be handled in the area during the construction phase as well as when the development is in its operational phase. This is to cater for a population that is projected to increase by approximately 15%–25%. This paper also aims at assessing the feasibility of the chosen approaches including knock on effects that would affect different aspects of the development. Key Planning Objectives The proposals chosen are aimed more at trying to use waste as a resource that can be recycled and looking at its disposal as a secondary option to minimize on economic costs. This will be chosen according to adequacy and effectiveness of the chosen the proposal. They also aim at creating a system in which the locals will have to take responsibility for the waste emission during operation of the development project and provide waste management facilities to meet the needs of the locals. Moreover, to ensure that the waste is handled in a manner that would neither pollute the environment nor affect human health in a negative way. During the construction phase During this phase the production of waste materials is inevitable. Therefore, measures should be taken in order to the ensure the minimum waste is produced. This can be effectively implemented the following; i). Reducing the waste ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 42. The Effects Of High Compliance Rate On Municipal City Of... Research Design and Methodology 4.1Introduction The purpose of this study is to find out what are the causes of the high compliance rate in property taxes in the municipal city of Portmore, Jamaica. Taxes are of essential importance to small developing countries as they do not have much needed resources. As further developments takes place in the municipal city property values will increase, hence the amount of property tax collected by the Portmore municipal council will also increase. This increase however, is not a guarantee that the tax collection will be sufficient in the maintenance of the community due to the rising cost of goods and services. Hence continuous voluntary compliance is essential and important as it most efficient for both the tax payer and the tax authorities. This section gives the hypothesis or research perspectives, the design of the research and the methods that were used to gather the data. 4.2 Hypotheses/ Research Perspectives My research perspective on the Municipal City of Portmore attaining the highest compliance rate property tax collections in Jamaica are: That the tax payers have recognised the need and importance of property tax to the community. The taxpayers are knowledgeable about property tax and the consequences if not paid. The local authorities are ensuring that the community is well maintained by effectively and efficiently using the tax collecting in providing services such as timely collection of garbage, maintaining and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 44. Wind Frost Essay To: Lee Thelen, Greenbush Township Board Supervisor From: Brianne Moore, Chairman of the Greenbush Township Residents Committee Date: November 4, 2017 Subject: Wind Turbines As Chairman of the Greenbush Township Residents Committee, I am writing to you on behalf of having construction of wind turbines added to our township. Our committee would like to inform the citizens of the benefits that wind turbines will add not only to the township but to the citizens as well. Our committee would like to clear up any misinformation that may be out in public about the wind turbines with a special meeting which to include: noise level, disrupting to livestock or wildlife and cost ineffectiveness. The adjoining townships to the north and the west of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... From some of the local farmers and residence we the committee have spoken to; their only concern was if that it would affect their livestock and/or the wildlife. In Michigan, Heritage Sustainable Energy is the main company to construct wind turbines (heritagewindenergy.com). Solution As stated earlier, we need to educate the citizens of our township. We would like to invite a representative from the Heritage Sustainable Energy, to come to talk to the citizens at a special township board meeting, specifically to address concerns dealing with wind turbines. Lee Thelen, Greenbush Township Board Supervisor November 4, 2017 Page 2 The representative will have a prepared power point prestation for the residence, one of items addressed would be how the revenue from the wind turbines will benefit them and the township. Also, he will provide facts about wind turbine emissions and offer a question & answer session afterwards. Benefits In Michigan, there was a study done to determine what citizens have done with the revenue from the wind turbines. The study has shown that they have invested "twice as much" (Midwest Energy News), and they have also bought more land than the residence that do not have them within a 5– year period. The following benefits are what wind turbines can offer. Costing $48,000 – $65,000, the people of the township would not have to pay for the wind turbines. Using the revenue made from the wind ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 46. How Slums Cause Poverty, Prostitution, School Dropout and... According to Cloete (2002:34) describes the project manager as a person who is appointed in a leading position. The project manager is for example, expected to manage the whole structure in implementing the policy. He has to manage the role of partaking goals and ensure that all his team members are taking part in the project and working precisely. He should always stay motivated because he acts as the technical advisor to his team by implementing policy which had been given to him by the government mostly important the government of the day (politicians). Projects managers can also be known as the Public manager who works as a politician's advisor because he has to account if the project was poorly implemented. He is always given the specific budget to cover the whole project and also fund his team which will be employed by him the project manger. He should be well trained and equipped on leadership, organizing and controlling skills. 2. Case study 2.1 HOW SLUMS CAUSES POVERTY, PROSTITUTION, SCHOOL DROP OUT AND HIGH RATE OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN THE ALEXANDRA TOWNSHIP. Alexandra Township, to the north of Johannesburg, has never had the best of reputations. It is one of the most densely populated areas on earth, with 1 million people shoe–horned into a single square mile. As one would expect with over–crowding of this nature, Alexandra earned a reputation for crime, poverty and xenophobia. The poorest of the poor – whether from South Africa's rural areas or refugees from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 48. Foley Township Foley Township is established in 1866. The Township is named after the Honourable Michael Hamilton Foley, an MP from Waterloo. He was born in Sligo, Ireland and brought to Canada at the age of two. In Simcoe and Brantford he worked as a journalist before being elected to Parliament representing Waterloo. He was known to be a very vigorous speaker. During the administration of Sir John A. Macdonald he was the Postmaster–General. The earliest settlers in Foley are William Wilcox, Thomas McGown, William McPhillmay and William Scott. The surveying of Foley was instigated by the purchase of 56 square miles (in 1863) of timber area around Parry Sound by William and John Beatty, the southern boundary being the southern boundary of Foley and hence the northern boundary of Conger. It is surveyed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The lots around Otter Lake were targeted and hence the Vankoughnetts, who had a lot of land there sold and left out to the Christie road by Haines Lake or as John Vankoughnett did, Blackstone Lake. The lumber industry sustained almost all of the Parry Sound area till it began its decline after 1895. Despite a moratorium on exportation of raw lumber in 1899 which gave a slight but brief respite from the decline, the end was coming. As Foley was being logged out the operations moved further south into Conger. Once the Conger Lumber Company started operations on the lake (along with James Rankin often as a subcontractor) most of the rest of the early Blackstone families arrived. William McRobert, Mark McKelvie and William Lints would be completely dependent on the lumber workings on the lake. The Vankoughnetts, Rankins and Thomas Woolman and of course Jennings and Moore had their farms to help sustain their families on top of any labour they or their children could benefit ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 50. Narrative Essay On The Island "Astoria!" His cries echoed. The bounced off of the long brick corridors and along the panels of glass that encompassed the walls on his left. "Astoria!!" Fish swam on the other side of the glass emitting bubbles, as if mocking his pleas. The queen stood across the castle, both hands placed on the huge cold bricks. Her head hung low leaving about a centimeter of space between her and the wall. She listened to his calls, each one filled itself with more desperation and urgency than the last. Yet, Astoria didn't flinch. The castle was huge and, for the most part, built underwater. It was what most people may refer to as the most city of Atlantis. The only lighting was provided by randomly placed candles that, after years of use, had layered ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All at once she turned as if to run but was met with an awed lovestruck gaze. His blue eyes widened and softened with the sight of her face. All the pain of life seemed to melt off his face and was replaced with gentleness. Drop.... Drip.... Drop..... Drip.... Drip.... water splashed onto the stones in the dead silence. They both knew the answer. "Please...." He pleaded with her. She found herself in hysterics, "I just murdered a friend! And you still can't manage to blame me!" Her hands flew to her head while she spun in a circle, then they shot back down to her sides. Draco stood there motionless, hardly ashamed. "He's dead because of me! Can't you see that!?" She practically hissed, "And I liked it! I would do it again!" She saw advancement in his eyes. "Please don't come any closer..." She exclaimed with shame. Confusion filled his face before he took one slow step forward, he obviously didn't get the message. Panicked, Astoria spun around and ran out of the room and down the nearest hall. Draco's trance broke as he rushed after Astoria, catching her by the arm and spinning her around. "Would you stop bloody running from me!?" He snarled. She fought to get free, avoiding eye contact. His grip tightened while he reached to grab her other arm and hold her steady. "Draco let go!" She pounded on his chest the best she could. He refused her order, "No." She eventually gave in as her voice broke and her knees betrayed her, leaving Astoria a heap in his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 52. Colton's Township Map Of Oregon & Washington Territory Colton's township map of Oregon & Washington Territory, was issued by the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, and published in New York in 1880. This map was created by G.W. & C.B. Colton & Company. George Woolworth Colton and his brother Charles B. Colton were brought into the map business by their father, Joseph Hutchins Colton, an American map and atlas publisher, who was active between 1833 and 1897. Though J.H. Colton was neither a cartographer or an engraver himself, he invested in the emerging market of railroad maps and immigrant guides, which proved popular during the mid 1880s. G. W. Colton was as a trained cartographer and engraver, who wanted to create a large and detailed world atlas and establish himself firmly in the U.S. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 54. Case Study Of White Paper On Local Government 4.2 White Paper on Local Government According to the White Paper on Local Government, local authorities have the following responsibilities in terms of their obligation to economic development: ● Provide marketing and investment support in order to attract potential support to their locality. ● Small business support services should be providing to assist small entrepreneurs. ● To provide targeted assistance to a particular sector in the local economy that has to potential to expand. ● By supplementing and tailoring to local need, the services provided by the Department of Labour in supply of training and placement services. This is necessary towards the end of assisting people in acquiring skills and funding jobs. 4.3 The Local Government: Municipal Systems Act (2000) (Act 32 of 2000) The Municipal System Act (No. 32 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ● Promote and undertake development in the municipality. ● Promote gender equity in the exercise of the municipality's executive and legislative authority. ● Promote a safe and healthy environment in the municipality. ● Contribute, together with other organs of the state, to the progressive realisation of the fundamental rights contained in sections 24, 25, 26, 27 and 29 of the Constitution. LED is one of the most strategic tools through which local municipalities adhere to its duties, as prescribed by the Municipal Structures Act. This fact becomes even more applicable, once a municipality's LED strategy is functionally integrated with its Integrated Development Plan. Section 26(c) of the Local Government: Municipal System Act further specifies that the Integrated Development Plan of the local municipality must contain its LED aims. This awards the municipal LED strategy legal status as part of the Integrated Development Planning process. 5 RECOGNISING PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES WITH REGARDS TO SOUTH AFRICA'S ECONOMIC PROGRESS SINCE ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 56. Operation Of The Motor Vehicle OPERATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE: On February 14, 2016 at 2250 hours, I responded to the intersection of Crescent Boulevard and Wilson Avenue for a report of hit and run motor vehicle crash. Prior to my arrival, I was notified by Central Communications that a witness followed the fleeing vehicle north on Route 130. The witness was able to flag down Officer Cordero #562 of the Camden County Metro Police in the parking lot of the Save–a–Lot, located at 2780 Mt. Ephraim Avenue, in Camden City. At this time, the driver was being detained for my arrival, while Sergeant Blanchard responded to the accident scene to check for injuries. Upon my arrival, I spoke with the witness, Mr. Sergio Cumba. He related that he was traveling north on Crescent Boulevard behind the white Dodge Ram as they approached the intersection of Wilson Avenue with a red traffic signal. Mr. Cumba then related that suddenly, the driver of the Dodge did not brake for the red traffic signal. Instead, the driver squeezed between two vehicles, which were stopped in the right and left lanes of north Crescent Boulevard. Upon doing so, Mr. Cumba related that driver of the Dodge collided with both vehicle, disregarded to red traffic sign and fled north on Crescent Boulevard at a high rate of speed. Mr. Cumba related that he was able to follow the fleeing vehicle until it pulled into the Save–a–Lot parking lot and Officer Cordero was flagged down. I then spoke to Officer Cordero who related that while detaining the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 58. Examples Of Materialism In A Perfect Day For Bananafish John Steinbeck suggests that " to a monster the norm must seem monstrous, since everyone is normal to himself". Just as some people are born missing limbs or with another physical birth defect, such as a birthmark, others could be born missing a trait vital to communicate with the world around them or lose a trait throughout the course of their life. Although this missing trait is not visible to others in society, does not mean it is any less serious. For instance, Seymour has a severe case of PTSD after returning from war that causes his actions to seem 'abnormal' to those around him, even his family. Furthermore, Seymour finds that the actions of those around him, the materialistically obsessed, are difficult for him to cope with. In J.D. Salinger's "A Perfect Day for Bananafish", Salinger depicts how life is for the "monsters" like Seymour in such a materialistic society. Seymour, a seemingly normal man to the naked eye, is secluded from the world around him. Searching for an escape from such an uninviting society, Seymour takes some big grasps for help before committing to his eventual demise. Salinger begins his depiction of Seymour through disdain before he brings the audience to his heart breaking conclusion. Salinger indicates that the emotionally fragile cannot survive in a materialistic and superficial society because society is not willing to accept those who are different. Salinger begins his short story by depicting a materialistic society; in turn, he creates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 60. Observation Of Road Race OPERATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE: On December 12, 2016, at 2202 hours, I was conducting a stationary traffic post in the area of North Crescent Boulevard (Rt130) and Grant Avenue. While doing so, I observed a dark colored Ford pickup truck disregard the posted stop sign at the intersection of Grant Avenue and South Crescent Boulevard. The vehicle then continued into the intersection and struck the concrete center divider which divides the north and south bound lanes of Crescent Boulevard head–on with great force. See MVA crash report 16–514–A. I then observed the male driver quickly exit his vehicle and inspect his damaged vehicle, while I communicated with Central Communications about the incident and requested assistance. The male driver with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The vehicle was now pointed north in the southbound lanes of Crescent Boulevard. The male matching the same description as the driver I witnessed exit the vehicle was standing outside of the vehicle in the open driver's side door gathering belongings. The driver also seemed to be oblivious the danger of the passing traffic as he bent down picking up items in the roadway. Upon noticing my police vehicle, the driver quickly exited the roadway, and onto the sidewalk. I approached the driver, later identified as Mr. Michael C. Delp of 10 Drexel Avenue in Stratford, New Jersey, and inquired if he was injured. Mr. Delp responded that he was injured in the crash and I requested an ambulance and a tow truck. I then sat Mr. Delp down on the step of 12xx of Grant Avenue while a conducted an injury assessment. I noted at that time, Mr. Delp's stance to be unsteady and he was having difficulty standing. While speaking with Mr. Delp in the open air of the night about the crash, I detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. In addition, I observed Mr. Delp's eyes to be bloodshot and watery and his speech was slow. Suddenly without warning, Mr. Delp leaped to his feet and fled running north in the southbound lanes of Crescent Boulevard placing himself in danger as well as assisting officers, which were know arriving on scene. Mr. Delp continued running in the highway despite being instructed to stop by police as we gave chase for approximately 600 feet. At that time, Mr. Delp was caught and placed into custody despite still not complying with police ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 62. Class Executive Essay I am applying for the position of Class Executive because I am interested in helping our class of 2020, create our own story. I want to help to organize events and help to monitor any official or approved social media. The role of class executive is to assist the Senator and organize tasks or events or anything asked of them. I also am very interested in the government and helping to lead our global studies class. The past three years, I have been apart of my middle school, Dwight D. Eisenhower's student government board. I have helped with many different fundraisers, school–wide activities and budgeting. Being apart of the board helped me to strengthen my organizational and leader skills. This club also helped me to listen to other people's ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have the drive and passion to lead our class into four years of fun and success. I am extremely passionate about local government and helping others to create a hardworking community. Perseverance applies directly to me because I am a very hard worker. I am determined to help others, and when I get a task I make sure it is complete with my best effort. No matter how easy or difficult a task is, my work will reflect on a passionate and hardworking effort. I value collaboration because without getting along as a team member, family member, or executive board memeber things get very unorganized. As a team member you need to collaborate and work together with your team to pass and shoot and win. As a family member in order to make sure the house is clean and all chores are done, you need to help each other in order to make the task easier and done more quickly. In terms of the executive board I will make sure to implement these values by making sure I surround myself with people who are passionate about what they do. Having passion also means having drive as if you are not passionate about what you are doing, your drive will not be strong. I will make sure to also be on top of what I do show how passionate I truly am. I will model perseverance by working hard and making sure everything is done on time and with my best effort. I will model collaboration by making sure to discuss with my peers and administrators before making any ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 64. Why Syl Hates Christmas I don't know if I want to title this story "How I spent my Christmas Vacation" or "Why Syl Hates Christmas" or "The Gift that Keeps on Giving". Please read on and help me out. This story actually started many years ago. Sylvio's ex–wife Richelle invited Denise and me to a silent auction in Haddon Heights. It was for the benefit of the Haddon Heights Ballet Company and was held in the home of one of her rich friends. Spread throughout the house were paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings, all donate by local artists. As we walked around the house eating hors d'oeuvres and sipping wine, I was also busy writing Sly's name under a couple dozen pieces of art. At the end of the night, Syl had been outbid on all the items except one. He was shocked when they called his name. Syl was the high bidder on a small sculpture that I would best describe as bizarre. The sculpture was of a human hand, palm up, with fingers spread apart on a rocky base. It was about five inches high, seven inches wide and seven inches deep. It was not anatomically correct but it was definitely a hand. Oh yeah, it was dark blue with streaks of gold. A truly bizarre piece. Syl got the joke. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Syl told me that when he opened the Christmas present, he unwrapped the box with The Hand in it but never opened the box. The box was in such pristine condition that he assumed that it contained a brand new outdoor spotlight fixture. He thought, "Why is he sending me a spotlight fixture?" and then passed it off as between the two of us we have sent each other some strange shit on Christmas. Once I sent him a copy of "Gone With the Wind" that was hollowed out to hold a handgun. I figured that every house in the South should have a copy of "Gone With the Wind" and every house in the South already has a gun. Oh yeah, I need to tell you that Syl and Ronda live in a house that is not quite in the Deep South and is not quite a plantation but is close to being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 66. The Road To Winter Analysis The Road to Winter – Topic 3 Mark Smith's, The Road to Winter (2016), charts the narrative of Australian teenager, Finn, who has survived a virus that has wiped out the majority of his town. Finn is forced to survive, protecting himself from the violent gangs in the North on his own, following the death of his parents. With survival being the main theme of the novel, the characters in The Road to Winter exhibit their exceptional and awful capabilities when their survival is threatened. Despite characters living in seclusion, they will go to any means to protect their own survival. Furthermore, when Finn, Rose or Kas' lives are threatened, alternate characters will rise to their assistance, completing formidable acts of bravery to save them. Finally, Ramage displays his awful capabilities, threatening others survival, if his own leadership is jeopardised. With characters in the novel living in hiding as a result of the constant threat that the Wilder's pose, they need to abandon their seclusion to protect their own lives, despite the possible fatalities. When Finn is first introduced in the novel, he is living a life of secrecy, demonstrated through his first encounter with Ray when Finn "was so shocked to hear another voice". It is furthermore emphasised with the unexpected arrival of Rose, forcing Finn to come out of the shadows and stand up to the Wilders. When Finn is away from home looking for Kas, Rose must make her way to Ray's house, where she is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 68. Essay A Decision Made Across the period of one's life, decisions are made, consequences are endured, and rewards are accepted. In most instances, one does not think before they act on possible actions or decisions; however it is the rare few that do think, and do realize the cause and effect of decisions about to be made. Margaret Sanger was an advocate for women's rights, a nurse, a feminist, and most important she offered women information about contraceptives, something that was relatively hidden from many women in the early 1900's. Margaret Sanger may have single handily changed the fact that "women would achieve personal freedom by experiencing their sexuality free of consequence" (Margaret Sanger, 1). As a nurse she saw failed abortions, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" had a decision made by Fraquhar that knowingly went against the opposing side of where he stood. Like Sanger who went against Comstock laws, Fraquhar interfered with troops. Although Fraquhar knew his punishment would be death if caught, he was willing to risk it, and eventually was put to death because of his actions. Sanger also knew going against Comstock could result in possible jail time, which she did receive for her actions. In "The Censors," Juan knowingly risked being caught by becoming a censor, in hopes of getting his letter through to his loved one. Although he knew what would happen if he was caught smuggling his letter in, he was more then willing to take the risk. Juan's boss acknowledged his hard work, "soon he was moved to section E where he was now reading and analyzing letter contents, his work became so absorbing that his original purpose for being a censor was blurred (Valenzuela, 653). While he excelled, he one day came across his letter to Marina, but without reading it, tossed it into the censored pile, causing his death the very next morning. The theory that giving someone a little power can eventually lead to destruction is evident in Juan's case. Although Sanger wasn't given power, she made people knew who she was, and she was empowering women. She strived to get information out, create an oral contraceptive, and have a place that women could eventually go to. She dedicated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 70. NT1330 Unit 1 Assignment 1 As I begin to explore and assess my community, I have chosen Wynnewood, PA, part of The Mainline. Within this community, there's an OB clinic in a suburban setting that serves the obstetrical patients. With the patients and health care workers all living in this small suburban community, workers may encounter boundaries with knowing their clients personally, and also some of the patient's friends or family members. The workers will have to deal with how to be professional not to breach any information about other patients. They will also have to deal with personal vs. professional situations that may arise. In certain situations, it would be wise of the practitioner to broach the boundary issues with the client as early in their relationship as possible and discuss reasonable ways of handling potentially awkward circumstances in a manner that both find comfortable and in a way that protects the client's interests to the greatest extent possible (Frederic G. Reamer, 2012). Social workers should document these conversations to demonstrate their earnest efforts to handle these situations responsibly and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The median household income is $102,026 in 2013, compared to Pennsylvania of $52,007 (Informatics, 2016). The poverty level of this community is 2.9% in 2013 (Informatics, 2016). Many highly educated, high earning people live in this area. Many pay for just the status of living on The Mainline. As for the over 25 year old population, 97.3% have high school degrees, 71.3% have Bachelor's Degrees, 41.5% have graduate or Professional degrees, and 4.9% are unemployed (Informatics, 2016). The unemployment rate is below the Pennsylvania average of 5.8% (Informatics, 2016). There are a number of colleges/universities within 6 miles of Wynnewood, such as University of Pennsylvania, Villanova, Drexel, and St. Joseph's. As for elementary schools, there are many ranging from pre–K thru high ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 72. Haggerty-Bearden Family Scholarship Essay Haggerty–Bearden Family Scholarships: The Jane Scholarship When divorce and poverty strike a household, statistics show that a student's potential can take the hit, but these events actually taught me to leap over any kind of hurdle I face. At the same time, my parent's divorce and the Great Recession ate up our limited savings, and I was told my future dreams were no longer realistic, so college would be out of the question. Disappointed, I kept my nose to the grindstone to prove my parents wrong, and I found that my career is only limited by my work ethic, and I could succeed no matter what I was told I could do. My work inside and outside of the classroom made me an honored student at Howell High School and a volunteer recognized by the state of Michigan's recreation department. Just as these plans ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I've stayed home innumerable nights this year working hard from the bus stop to the time I go to bed because I strive to go the extra mile. I have twelve years of school ahead of me, and I am not afraid of the hurdles it will bring because I know how to work hard for the long haul. I will apply this strength in the university as well. With the same skill, I've pushed through the adversities in altruism, the primal reason as to why I deserve this scholarship. As an altruist, I have put hundreds of hours of community service into the City of Howell, impacting the lives of children and adults each day. As an award–winning Vice President of a volunteer board for teenagers, we plan and carry out events to get students off the streets and into our welcoming teen center in downtown Howell. At times, our teen center faced closure and disapproval from government officials, but I pulled my board's representatives over each hurdle and into our new building. I plan on continuing my charitable efforts around the globe, and I would like to make that mark on the world with this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. The World 's First Steam Engine Imagine you're back in time where the measure of creativity is at its highest, and the Steampunk era has just began. You are near a railroad that 's running one of the world 's first steam engines. Thomas Newcomen, the creator of the first practical steam engine, made a difference in his community and even the world by introducing this new technology that we still use today. Team 2016 is a leader in our community. Our commitment is to make a difference in not only our school, community, but the world much like Thomas Newcomen and his steam engine. Our team has been involved in the FIRST community for eleven years and counting. After winning the 2007 Rookie All Star award at the New Jersey Regional as Ewing High School (EHS), we were ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We have students of all different sizes, sexes, and ethnicities. Of all of these different facets, we have found that the most challenging is the communication between the hearing and Deaf students on the team. We researched this with an interview with Cooper Norris from the Rochester School for the Deaf (RSD). Cooper was a drive team member from FRC Team 3162, the all Deaf team from RSD. After one year of competition the team folded. Cooper revealed that there was not enough student interested from the 135 students enrolled at RSD. Cooper noted that the communication between the mentors and the students was difficult because there were only two interpreters for the entire team. He went on to say that the interpreters did not have engineering or technical expertise so this was another factor that made it difficult in the communication process. The interview also revealed that there were communication issues at the Finger Lakes Regional at RIT. There were plenty of interpreters for the Deaf students to utilize and the RSD students went in groups around the pits but he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 76. Diminish Poverty For South African Township Beadworkers Introduction Monkeybiz is registered as a nonprofit (NPO) income–generating bead project, which aims to diminish poverty for South African township beadworkers. Through creating sustainable employment, Monkeybiz focuses on women 's economic empowerment, health development and nutritional support to HIV/AIDS infected workers. Monkeybiz is committed to restoring the tradition of African beadwork, taking knowledge that is past down from generation to generation. Monkeybiz mission is to become iconic brands which aim to inspire an enduring form of affection that any marketer would want their brand. Monkeybiz has threefold mission as a register (NPO). There first intentions were to create awareness of poverty. Secondly, their mission is to generate employment and empower women in undeveloped places while preserving and encouraging the tradition of South African art. Its customized, 'soulful ' yet modern products targeting people with a social conscience and interest in social change. To ease market expansion globally, it sells artworks to collectors, corporates, and retail customers. Exported artworks cater to galleries, museums, exhibitions and craft fairs, and considered artworks of matchless value and 'run of the mill ' merchandise such as dolls, animals, coasters, and placemats are sold at local and international retail stores. Monkeybiz was establish by ceramic artists Barbara Jackson, Shirley Fintz and Mathapelo Ngaka–Mtati in January 2000. The Monkeybiz Bead Project ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. Theme Of Materialism In A Perfect Day For Bananafish American Society's Materialism in "A Perfect Day For Bananafish" J.D Salinger believes society turns each and every person into bananafish. In his short story A Perfect Day For Bananafish he expresses some of his views on the American society and the problems that he has with it. He believes Americans put too much value in material possessions and that their lives, shaped by a constant bombardment of advertisements and new products that are bigger and better than the last, are harmful to them, and the people around them. Salinger uses his short story A Perfect Day for Bananafish to represent the materialism and consumerism of American society. Salinger sets the scene for materialism from the very beginning by dedicating the first and most important sentence of his short story to New York advertising men. The first sentence of a story is the hook and what makes people want to read further and figure out what happens so it is not spent lightly. Salinger uses his first sentence here to tell the reader that there are "..ninety seven New York advertising men in the hotel, and, the way they were monopolizing the long distance lines, the girl in 507 had to wait from noon till almost two thirty to get her call through."(pg1). This is extremely important and says a lot about the purpose of the story and what it was written for. The fact that it was also placed right at the beginning of the story only adds to its significance. Ninety seven advertising men are staying in this resort hotel in Florida and are calling out long distance, presumably doing there job and still working. They value their job and the money and possessions it brings so much that they can't take the time to appreciate what they already have and enjoy their vacation. Salinger goes on to talk about what Muriel did while waiting for her phone to ring and using it as an example of the effects society can have on a person's personality. He says "She used the time, though. She read an article in a woman's pocket sized magazine, called "Sex Is Fun–or Hell."She washed her comb and brush." and that "She tweezed two freshly surfaced hairs from her mole." (pg1). These actions portray Muriel as a very vane and materialistic person. Though normal people do ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...