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life, therefore forming the basis for our discussion of the space at the corner of my apartment.Layout of the living room, kitchen and dining areaThe living room, the kitchen and the dining area is made up of a square with the kitchen at one corner leaving the living room and the dining to form an 'L' shape. The dining area at the corner of the square is demarcated by a wall that separates the kitchen from it with a circulation path still linking to the kitchen. Opposite the wall that separates this space from the kitchen is a sliding glass door that opens up to the northwesterly facing balcony. Standing here, one is offered a magnificent panoramic view of the Melbourne city skyline
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Space is the most hostile environment we will ever explore. Even a single five-hour spacewalk requires months of training, and a vast technical backup to keep it safe. The astronauts and cosmonauts who live in space are there for only a few weeks or months; if we want to travel into deep space it could take years. First we'll have to find out just how long the human body can survive in a weightless environment. In zero gravity, four pints of body fluid rush from the legs to the head where it stays for the duration of the mission. Astronauts often feel as if they have a permanent cold, and disorientation can become a major problem. In space there's no physical sensation to let you know when
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A localized group of organisms that belong to the same species is called a
Organisms interact with their environments, exchanging matter and energy. For example, plant chloroplasts convert the energy of sunlight into
A) the energy of motion
B) carbon dioxide and water
C) the potential energy of chemical bonds
E) kinetic energy
The main source of energy for producers in an ecosystem is
A) light energy
B) kinetic energy
C) thermal energy
D) chemical energy
Which of the following types of cells utilize deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) as their genetic material but do not
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All the advancements in technology that were being made were not perfect and still are immune to making mistakes. On January 28, 1986 America was shocked by the destruction of the space shuttle Challenger, and the death of its seven crew members. As is expected in a field of work that's exploratory and uncertain such as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) space program, any tragedy that occurs often makes inside employees, government officials, and even the general public, wonder why it's necessary at all to continue when the consequences are so grave.On the morning of Feb. 1, 2003, space shuttle Columbia broke apart roughly 40 miles above the earth's
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2001: A Space Odyssey
In Stanley Kubrick’s movie, 2001: A space Odyssey, the audience was awed by the stunning special effects and the relationship of man and his computer. In 1968, movie goers were shocked to see the cinematic quality that Kubrick displayed, however, the narrative captures the event of a computer overhauling a space ship and causing harm to innocent humans. One key sequence shows the power shift from, the computer to the human, using Kubrick’s camera work to provide evidence of the climatic event ensuing. From one age to another, Kubrick’s captivating advances in technology presents fear of modern day technology for when it becomes smarter than the
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call attention to
investigations that require extra caution. Use pages xxiii and xxiv as a
reference to describe what each symbol means in numbers 1 through 8
in Part 1 under Observations.
Part 2. Location of Safety Equipment in Your Science Laboratory
1. The teacher will point out the location of the safety equipment in your
classroom laboratory. Pay special attention to instructions for using
such equipment as fire extinguishers, eyewash fountains, fire blankets,
safety showers, and items in first-aid kits. Use the space provided in
Part 2 under Observations to list the location of all safety equipment in
Name Date Class
Recognizing Laboratory Safety (continued
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ABSTRACTTitle:Scaled Composites is an aerospace innovation and development company located in the Mojave desert of California. Headed by Burt Rutan, Scaled Composites set out to become the first privatized company to obtain manned sub-orbital flight and to win the Ansari X Prize of $10 Million. To successfully win the X Prize, Scaled Composites developed two new and innovative aircraft known as White Knight and SpaceShipOne. White Knight, the carrier airplane, was to take SpaceShipOne to altitude where the spacecraft would then fire its rocket and ascend to space. On October 4, 2004, SpaceShipOne successfully completed its second flight in two weeks to win the X Prize. Now, a joint effort
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decreases.1.2 Identify bands of the electromagnetic spectrum that are significantly absorbed by the atmosphere.★See figure 1.2.1 - Bands of the electromagnetic spectrum that are significantly blocked out by our atmosphereThe Earth's atmosphere absorbs most of the incoming EMR from space except for visible light and some high-frequency radio waves in the microwave region. The other types of radiation would generally be harmful to us. Too much UV radiation would cause cancer and dangerous mutations. Too much penetration by X-rays or gamma rays would quickly kill us.Higher frequency waves such as gamma, x-rays and some UV rays are blocked by the ozone and oxygen in the atmosphere.Infra-red
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Konstantin Eduardovitch Tsiolkovsky1857-1935Konstantin Tsiolkovsky was a true visionary and pioneer of astronautics. He theorized many aspects of human space travel and rocket propulsion decades before others, and played an important role in the development of the Soviet and Russian space programs.He was born on September 17,1857, in the village of Ijevskoe, Ryasan Province, Russia, the son of a Polish forester who had emigrated to Russia. He was not from a rich family, but a very large one; Konstantin Tsiolkovsky had 17 brothers and sisters. At the age of 10 he lost his hearing as the result of scarlet fever. After that he couldn't attend school, and he never received any formal education
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After World 1 the United States were left virtually unharmed, the United States was even able to experience a decade of peace and prosperity following such a disastrous war. Of the many reasons for America's prosperity, technology played one of the most vital parts in bringing the great economic and cultural prosperity that America experienced during the 1920s. New advancements, new discoveries, and new inventions such as the car, radio, pharmacy and theatre improved American lives in a dramatic way, but not without a few negative side effects.One of the first major inventions to become a national craze was the automobile. First developed with a combustion engine in 1896 by inventor Henry
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NASA's Budget is Worth ItThe large budget given to NASA is worth it. With the space program we gain a lot of knowledge about our surroundings and our future. Through the space program we can measure all sorts of thing about our planet, like air pressure and ocean water temperature. The technology that NASA has developed helps us in everyday life. Satellites relay TV and communications signals. Information gathered in shuttle development prompted improvements in smoke detectors. The development of space suits helped scientists create better home insulation for those cold nights. Another way that NASA based technology develops helps us is found in the suits that astronauts wear in space
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C/PVT Hopper, David CharlesMS 1100Career Branch ChoicesSpeaking as a newly appointed second lieutenant in the US Army, my three choices of main service would be quite varied. In no particular order they would be Air-Defense Artillery, Aviation, and Infantry. I've always liked the idea of flying, be it transport or actual combat vehicles wouldn't matter to me. I would like to fly attack or combat support choppers though. I've always wanted the challenge and the trigger time of being an infantryman as well. ADA, just seems really interesting, although I never knew much about it until now.As far as aviation goes I've always liked the idea of small extremely fast and maneuverable yet highly
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awards not a single black person was nominated to any categories. Around 780 million people around the world watched the Academy awards that year (Hollywood reporter.) In my opinion, that explains why Hidden Figures underperformed internationally. Black movies only perform domestically. According to the New York Times, “The international marketplace is still fairly racist.”
I picked the movie Hidden figure because I believe it is one of the few movies that gathers all the genre that I like, space, civil rights and a it is a true story. Additionally, as an African-American student I was interested in picking a “Black film.”
In Part 1 I used 4 categories with a total of 16 comparisons movies
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Free Kids said that these efforts to reserve shelf space and reduce prices areaimed at trying to hook young people. He says that the most price-sensitive population arekids and that the tobacco companies know that. On the other hand a spokesman for the #2cigarrete maker says the his company is trying to win over adults not children. He says theirefforts are to communicate with and gain the business of the adults who choose to smoke. Ithink the tobacco companies can say that they are trying to gain the busines of adults, butthey know that they are also trying to appeal to kids. Kids who smoke are more likely to growup to be adults who smoke, than kids who choose not to smoke. But with this new fall insales, that means either more adults are quitting, or kids aren't buying, which in my opinion,either sounds good.
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Everybody has his own home, his own place to return after a working day. A nice house to live in, a place to be surrounded by family members, and of most importance, a space to spend part of his life. That's why I dearly call my house "a crib" since deeply in my heart, it's more than just a house, but something watching me grow up and fullfilling me with memories of my family.
Deep in a small alley of Bach Mai street, my greenish colored house flares in an either cool yet friendly first look. Having quite lots of windows, the house gives what like an open atmosphere and even from inside the bulding you can possibly look out into the garden, up to the sky etc. There are a big warmly
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I'm sharing the apartment with another girl in order to save my money and make friends, but it is not easy to live with other people that you have never known before. We agreed to live and help each other be responsible for everything in the apartment. At first, Anne and I helped do all the housework together, but when the school opened our apartment got messy. Because both of us were busy from the schoolwork, no one paid attention to the housework. Our living room was filled with empty bottles of water, and some of them still contained more than half of the water. In the bathroom, there was a lot of falling hair on the floor and in the tub. The sink was dirty, and the space around the sink
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of this product, I am going toobtain prices of the Mr. Misty from different areas where it will be sold. I will then setmy price slightly less than Dairy Queen's Mr. Misty, as a promotion.ImplementationCreating the new product will be a slight challenge, since McDonald's does notstock the fruit flavors or own the necessary machine to produce the ice pellets. Marketingwill need to find the most cost efficient ice pellet maker and one that will take up thesmallest amount of space. Training on this machine will be minimal since the product issimple to create.PromotionThis new product will only be a summertime promotion, unless sales of the productexceed my revenue goal. I will market the McFreeze to all McDonald franchises in theUnited States as a test market, and then may expand overseas if the demand is there
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Name: Andre McCallop Jr
Step 1: Check in with your body
Without shifting or adjusting your posture, take note of how you are sitting. In the space below, describe the physical position of your body from head to toe. What are your head, neck, and shoulders doing? How is your torso positioned? Where are your legs, knees, ankles, and feet?
I am standing half way on and off my bed , my legs on straight and my feet are flat touching the ground , my right left is up like almost under my bed with the back leg supporting it. As for my upper body it’s almost at a 90 degree angle with shoulder trap slightly up on the back. My neck is almost even with my shoulders.
Next, check in with how you feel in
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and colors but they all have red bases. I headed for one ofthese and saw one of my rival males. He instantly attacked,chirping his anger at my intrusion. I counterattacked and we begana dogfight. Up and down, we came, zooming into space and plummetingto the ground. Although he was a willing and able opponent, Ieventually wore him down, and he then left the scene.I held a precise hover as my tongue formed a tube, then I beganslurping the sweet nectar from the feeder. Although I only weighabout one half of an once, I consume twice that much food everyday. I captured a dozen mosquitoes on my way back to the nest andthen sat on the nest to keep the eggs warm while my mate went insearch of
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Colors swirled before my eyes as if I had been put into a sort of psychedelic trance. No, I wasn't under the influence of drugs, but with the amount of drumming penetrating through my ears, it almost felt as if I was. I told my mom that I didn’t want to come to the “gathering” that her university was holding, but after she said she would be getting a discount for bringing family, I knew that there was no point in arguing. After a drive through the expansive desert landscape of New Mexico, I saw our car pull up to what was the biggest stadium that I had ever seen in my 8 years of life. The parking lot was packed with people, some even resorting to the lawn for space. As I opened the car door
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make a house a true home. A home should have a warm and welcoming environment that gives you a sense of safety and security. A home is where you can feel like you belong and never fear being yourself. A home should also include the people and animals that you love and exist as space for them to gather. Additionally, a home should encase and display things that you love. Without these qualities, the feeling of “home” does not exist.
To that point, the author notes several quirky attributes of her home that she loves. “I love my home with a ferocity totally out of proportion to its appearance or location. I love dumb things about it: the hot water heater, the plastic rack you drain dishes in
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by Potiphar's Wife. Rembrandt Van Ryn chose this particular story as the subject of his narrative painting completed in 1655, under the title of "Joseph Accused By Potiphar's Wife". Before researching this painting, I noted my fist perception of Rembrandt work of art. I realized through that as a result of my later research, my first perception did not change, but instead were enriched and enlarged by a newfound understanding of the man and his art. I largely concentrated on my first and later perceptions in the design elements and principles of lighting or value, infinite space, color, and focal point.After conducting research, my first perceptions about the value, or relative degree of
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Julie Bornstein the Senior Vice President of Sephora Direct, wants to significantly increase
The budget for social media, video, and mobile. Bornstein must first explain to the President and CEO, David Suliteanu, how this can be justified. In order to do this, her team must identify what the company could gain from “winning” in the social media, video and mobile space and what it would mean for the company and how to measure the success of these platform and how it would secure client loyalty.
Sephora is identified as a brand that associates prestige to a beauty “specialty” retailer. While being present in more than in 2 dozen countries and 1,000 stores. It also carries over 30,000
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journey with its 5,000 passengers and gather resources from Iebos, where they would be transported back to Earth. It was a stable program, and gave life on Earth a second chance. It was up to us, a crew 5,000 strong, to bring back the resources necessary to sustain human life, and save humanity from extinction.
I made my way to the command room to notify the pilots that we were clear for departure, before meeting up with Violet, second in command, in the dining hall. We sat at our regular spot, a small table by a grand window that peered into the calm silence of space. We were both ready to head home, eager to pick up where we left off. The ship began to tremble as the large thrusters ignited
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laugh about it.
It is important to be aware of my bio-reactions in this case for a few
different reasons. One is being aware of others personal space and if I was aware of
my reaction I might not have held on for such a long time and with such a tight squeeze,
Another reason to be aware is it would have saved a lot of embarrassment for both of
us. I am still terrified of flying but I make sure I am more aware of my surroundings and
I handle my reactions better now.
The bio-reaction I experienced in this story is Flight.
Years ago my husband and I lived in Spokane WA and we heard about a
place to park behind the airport where you can watch the planes land. We decided to
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and circumstances throughout the conversation. The Communication Ladder improve my daily conversations and ease my relationship with others. I learn to be in conversation so I can understand what is conversing without being a pretense. I listen to what is conveying, not for what I presume someone will say. Reflecting on the cycle of value vs. cycle of waste, I understand the conversation and turn it into actionable intelligence to win the person and not space. Instead of being a closed-minded, and defending my position, I practice finding alignment with another person so we can both leave the conversation feeling heard and understood.
The strategies of becoming a successful student are
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the true reality was jerry’s reality the one in space with the dead lizards. The reasoning behind that is that jerry would not be able to give such detailed information if he did not know the true reasoning behind it. "How did a madman whom I never knew until yesterday know your phone number?" Jerry knew the Helena’s number and her name before anyone told him. Helena tells Gar "all he had to do was read it on my desk here." What I think happened was that Gar imagined the nameplate to make himself think he was sane. I also wonder as to how many days the guy was truly locked up because it was long enough to make him insane. They were both insane we just are unable to identify who went mad
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that says "You can drink and drive. Or drink and.". I think this is an open statement because it says "and." The author intends to fill in the blank space of the message. I feel like a verse. The first part ends with the word "drive", so I chose the same word with the word "drive" with the word "die". They have the same vowel as "d" and the same pronunciation. Abramet's message would be "You can drink and drive. Or drink and die.". I like this ad because of its penetration. It does not seem too violent, but if through my imagination this is a powerful warning about drunk driving. I think this is a successful ad, as it makes the viewer take part in the story. All the images, messages, colors
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to do three things here:
1) You, first, need to open the discussion board link for the topic that you have chosen.
Create a new thread and post your first message.
· Make sure it is well researched and edited.
· It needs to be at least two paragraphs long (8 – 12 lines each).
· Remember to include both in-text referencing and a reference list.
2) Once you have done this, you need to copy and paste your first posting into the space below and submit this as an assignment. If you do not submit the post as an assignment, you cannot get marks for it. In other words, the post must appear on the discussion board and in this task.
3) You must complete the self-assessment rubric that can be found
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when carrying the ball forward, I need agility to enable me to sprint as fast as possible whilst staying on my feet and changing direction quickly and easily. Also I need to be agile when avoiding tackles and opposing players, my agility helps me to weave between other player, handing them off or going around them. In a game situation I may need to make a sudden change of direction, perhaps I see an overlap outside me or another player who is in space, but the ability is make sudden turns and movements is why agility is so useful in rugby.
Agility is essential in rugby as the quick changes of direction and bursts of speed are what can make a team win or lose a match. In a match I may take the
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emotions like sadness and gives a negative aura/atmosphere to it. She uses Shape in free-form to express length and width especially when it comes to the bigger bird, which is the focal point of this painting. Most of the drawing is in direct proportion and creates the feeling of unity with older print which she has painted on. The use of space the in the foreground and background creates depth within the painting, with more positive space in the foreground to the more negative space in the background. The reflection of the bird in the water creates rhythm and movement in this painting too. Also the scale of the trees used on the old print guides the viewers’ attention towards the foreground
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The internet is a tool which is still in its infancy. It appears to me that the explosion of the internet resulted in an incredible addiction to it, and rightfully so. Its amazing. But in my experience, people are separating from it because of that very recognition. They are aware of the level of attention it requires and are learning how to use it as a tool instead of being the tool used by the internet. It is true that the web requires a level of multitasking to engage with it, but the information one obtains from that tool can be further investigated once disconnected and in a space that allows for deeper deliberation. The addition of sharing ideas around the world with other intellectuals is absolutely amazing and provides an incredible space for critical conversation without having to be in the same physical space. While it may be distracting at times, I believe that the information the internet provides ultimately increases our ability to critically think.
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approximately six 32 inch flat screen televisions and three carts full of items. The alarms automatically go off because the televisions have alarms on them if they aren’t scanned by one of the employees it will automatically go off when you are exiting the store. My manager then goes to chase them out and tell them “stop” but they start running towards their vehicle and throwing everything they just stole into the trunk and into the back seat of their vehicle. We then call our head manager to try to chase them he comes running from the back room by the time he comes they already in the car pulling off. They had too many televisions and not enough space in their car so they leave a television in
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, heat was scarce and we were cold. Although we adapted to the changing circumstances pretty well, my father wanted to be a bit more comfortable in his home.Despite acclimating to the ruggedness of the home, we all missed our creature comforts. My father spearheaded the incorporation of (said creature comforts – i.e. internet, water heater, new refrigerator, cable, plumbing, washer and dryer, etc) and my siblings and I were responsible for building them in.
The house was battered and feeble, however the house was beautifulwhat it provided my family was beautiful. In a time of displacement, it provided a home. In times when we all wanted space, it forced us into close proximity and into dealing
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that." I finish quietly. The interrupter says nothing, footsteps pass the door and fade into the long corridor.
"So why the story?" says the interrupter suddenly, considering my cold, pale, blue eyes.
"I wanted you to know that crazy bastards are humans too."
My hands shake as I am led into a small, well-lit, white room.
“You must always take what you’ve given,” I repeat in my head, over and over again as I am settled into a chair that looks as if it came from space. “Space craft of death,” I mutter.
“I’ll be taking that now," says the man in the white coat, grabbing my small treasure off of my lap. He tosses it onto a nearby table and straps me into the chair.
"Get comfy, this
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. It was a feeling that even as a kid, was so powerful. The connection I shared between my great grandma and the temple was a bond that could never be broken. The energy that exuded out of every person sitting in the small space, knee to knee; elbow to elbow could never be explained until the experience comes to you. I understood the basic rules and regulations of Buddhism and the meaning behind such a peaceful and enlightening religion but I don’t think I appreciated it enough as a child. As I got into my teenage years I started to understand what the religion was all about and I started to realize why I was encouraged to be a part of it so often.
When I turned sixteen years old, my life
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in a bottle on top the mantelpiece had six small sails with a mermaid at the hull, staring out into the horizon unperturbed, as if she defined the discourse of the oceans herself, refusing to let the oceans define her. A finishing touch to such a mystical space was my apron- a work of art itself. Hung on a rack across the door, my smock was infused with slashes from excess paint, stained from dripping pigments. I dry brushed the apron with flicking drafts and prototypes of what would either become a masterpiece, or an abandoned thought. It would be impossible to assume that it had once been black, now conflagrated by extremities of colour.
I have always loved reading; the distinguishable
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healthy lifestyle that I still pursue by adding 3-5 training sessions at the gym to my weekly routine alongside the occasional run or water sports with my friends. I feel that regularly going to the gym is not only beneficial for my overall health but it’s great for gaining some much needed head space at times. On top of all of that I also try to maintain a good quality social life with my friends, and this can include anything from a long walk to a night out and then most other nights I enjoy relaxing and spending time with my partner either watching the latest TV series or enjoying a nice meal.
My partner and I have recently taken a massive step in our relationship and bought a house
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In my predator group, many people talked about racism again. I think this is a popular topic because this topic is often discussed and it is a thing in this society. Especially here, we have a wide diversity of people. This Is maybe because different people get treated differently because of many things such as stereotypes. I feel that it is something that we don’t get to discuss so often so that is why many people are still eager to share their side of the story or their opinion on their subject in a safe space such as a classroom. However, it made me realize also that because there is a wide diversity of people here, many people meet friends with different cultures and background
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about before. My outlook on my entire
life now has changed and I feel somewhat manipulated from the norms and rules of society I
was brought up in and around me. I love watching cooking shows and cooking of meat but I
would never eat any, I would love to become a space traveler (personal dream) but I know
where my place is in this world, I would love to never work a day of my life but that is not how
this world works. The world around me has changed me so drastically it shocks me to think of
some of the decisions I made in the past, regret some of them looking up on the overall
outcome and how it affected my entire life now that I look back on the 21 years where I made
decisions based on my
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OSHE 261-Project 1
26 March 2018
Fire Safety Analysis
My name is Hailey Castiglione and I currently live in Tangipahoa Hall on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus and serve as a Resident Assistant (commonly known as an RA) on the third floor. Being an Occupational, Safety, Health and Environment major guides me in my Resident Assistant position. The other RAs and I do health and safety inspections each month to ensure the quality, health, and safety of our building. I really enjoyed this project because I was able to analyze the fire protection part of my building instead of the health part like I usually focus on.
The prime use of this
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possible opportunities we could receive.We stayed in New York City where my father found a job as a factory worker, but he was not used to this kind of work because he was a farmer back in Poland. The city is very large, dirty, and crowded as people from all over the world pile in looking for opportunities of their own. We were treated very poorly by others because to them we are strangers from a different country invading their space and taking their jobs. We do not socialize with them and try to stay out of their way to avoid becoming victims of racist hate crimes. We found an apartment that we share with another immigrant family from the factory my father works in, but it is very crowded. It
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with “And one man in his time
plays many parts,” which envelopes the
audience further, as it gives us almost
an opportunity to connect to the past
world of Shakespeare and his
extravagant boasting of his
Thereʼs a moment of awe as well from
the audience, as Jaques adds a hint of
melancholy to the play. Jaques speaks
of a “Greek invocation to gather fools
into a circle" and then, he gestures a
motion around the wooden O; at the
audience itself– making us the fools
who are undeniably gathered in a circle.
Sharrockʼs uses the stage space in
connection to the audiences overall
experience and understanding of the
satire and itʼs connection with political/
societal resistance. By
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/knowledge although they have no authority. Through computers and networks one can access any kind of information, knowledge or multimedia resource. Besides they don't limit us like the people who hold authority. Any information can be extracted from them regardless of permission and thus promoting the research skills of students. Database and the Internet resources are typical examples in that point of view.Second, overcoming space and time limitations they contribute learning a great deal. For instance the availability of the computer that I use now provided me to access the board and complete my task in the middle of the night. Could it be possible to find a tutor for any sort of
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it. A series of tests were conducted on nonsmokers, 'active' smokers, and 'deprived' smokers. The 'active' smokers were given a cigarette before each test, while the 'deprived' smokers were not allowed cigarettes before tests.The tests started simply, and then moved towards more complex problems. In the first test, subjects sat in front of a computer screen and pressed the space bar when a target letter, among 96, was recognized: smokers, deprived smokers, and nonsmokers, performed equally well. The next test involved scanning sequences of 20 identical letters and as one of the letters was transformed into a different one, responding with the space bar. Nonsmokers responded fastest, and
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ability to see beyond the space it dictated me to look. I no longer could tell reality from fantasy, and I walked in a world no longer my own (Reyans).I could not describe my life any better than the above quote. I never thought going back to school with a profound mental disability was an option, but eventually realized I could no longer lie in bed, depressed and letting the thoughts of killing myself control my life. I could not leave my family devastated the way my dad had. I knew then that going back to school would be the best thing for my mental health and me. Some think my career choice is too specialized and may not leave employment opportunities wide open; on the contrary, with the
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leads to certain
perceptions however when these perceptions are broken, mainstream society is allowing
themselves to develop relationships with these people. Clay-Smith Be my Brother has done this
by composing a multimodal short film using the aspects of space, gesture, camera angle etc to
convey the ideas of a closed off society, how these people are the same as us and how the
developing relationships between these two groups of people are highly beneficial for both
The representation of disabled individuals within mainstream society has certain prejudices
placed upon them that often cannot be lifted. With these prejudices comes the distances that
are placed between us, making it
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it was, all of it. That possibility of male attraction was such a simple little harmless idea, the fight against which I had allowed to consume and almost ruin my life.’’Charles had so many causes and effect in this book and dealt with everything was amazing and inspirational to reader like me to read. I learn a lot from this book that Being true to yourself is a lifelong practice that requires commitment and recommitment, moment to moment, as you grow and evolve. The answer to what is true for you always exists at the core of who you are, if you give yourself the space and time to listen. When you are being true to yourself, you are completely honest with what you feel, deeply value, and desire. It also means communicating your feelings wholeheartedly both with yourself and others, allowing your truth to flow through you and into the world. And that’s what Charles M. Blow had to realize.
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CHARACTER MONOLOUGE - PEASANTMy name is Gwendolyn, and I am a peasant who lives in the land of Nottingham. I live with my husband Bartholomew, my eldest child Adela, my eldest son Aldous, and my youngest child, Albin in a tiny shack made of flint, straw, wood and cement. It has two small bedrooms and some space for our cooking and eating.My life is hard. Bartholomew and I are up at dawn every morning. He rushes of to work at the farm, and stays there all day, sometimes even during the night. We have to plant and harvest at least one good crop each year or we will starve during the winter. Aldous is learning to work on the farm with Bartholomew. I stay at home and tend to the vegetable