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    Do children’s shoe sizes get bigger as they get older?

    Title:- Do children’s shoe sizes get bigger as they get older? Introduction:- I will be doing an experiment to investigate whether it is true or not that a child’s shoes size increases as they get older. In order for me to prove this, I need to collect some data, I will ask some of my […] More

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    Cell Phones: How Have They Changed Us Socially

    Cell phones have been called “one of the most technologically persuasive influences” over recent decades (Addo 2013). No matter where one looks, he or she can see people using their phones in one way or another. The cell phone has become an essential communication tool that is being used worldwide. According to Pew Research, “cell […] More

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    Palliative Care and Hospice Care: The Principles and Goals They Set

    The principles of palliative care and hospice care have similar goals that may often come together in an effort of providing the best care for a patient. Palliative care is holistic care of an individual with a chronic life debilitating condition whereas hospice care is for those with a terminal condition who have been diagnosed […] More

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    Should business be responsible to help society in any way they can?

    Should business be responsible to help society in any way they can? For this question, reality will show you the answer. In the present days, corporate social responsibility is drawing high awareness among business sectors. As more and more people around the world think that enterprises have the obligations to help their society, my answer […] More

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    Cell phones how have they changed us socially

    Some people might find it hard to believe that there was once a time when cell phones weren’t around. Having to recall a time when letters were used to get messages back and forth from one person to another. Then slowly we added the addition of phones. In the beginning phones were just a way […] More

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    Cell phones How have they changed us socially?

    Filed under Fall 2013, Story Cycle 4, Features, Opinion, Showcase The short URL of the present article is: http://lhslance.org/bKUbA We live in a world where communication through modern technology is almost required. Everywhere people are texting, emailing, writing blogs and tweeting. It’s hard to go anywhere without seeing someone using a phone or the Internet […] More

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    Cell phones – How have they changed us socially?

    After more than a century, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines continues to perform a significant role in nation-building and it remains steadfast in its resolve to participate in the national and global academic arena. The current university administration, with Dr. Emanuel C. De Guzman at the helm, strengthens and highlights even further the role […] More

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    Families Are Not as Close as They Used to Be

    With divorce rates and family breakdowns increasing globally, it is generally accepted that families today ate not as close as they used to be. Discuss the causes of this prblem and offer some possible solutions to it. Divorce rates were increasing faster than few decades ago, it is not a rare thing that happens in […] More

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    Student debt by the time they graduate

    Not many are lucky to have paid all their debt by the time they graduate. Colleges and universities have given students the ability to work around the campus in order to pay for their education. Although this seems like a positive effect to help students pay and try to minimize debt, work is bound to […] More

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    Romeo and Juliet: Are they in love?

    Four centuries have passed since William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was first performed; yet it is still a controversial question to ask: are Romeo and Juliet truly in love? True love is when you would risk anything just to be with that one special person; it’s when you see them in their ugliest moments and […] More

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    Whirligig Essay-descriptions and how they affected their viewer

    In Whirligig by Paul Fleischman, Brent travels to the four corners of the United States of America and builds whirligigs on his mission of repentance. Each Whirligig has a unique appearance and meets the needs of it’s (observer?) in a different way. The first whirligig was put in a state park near Puget Sound. Being […] More

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    They poured fire on us from the sky

    They Poured Fire on us from the Sky was a courageous tale about three young men; Benson Deng, Alephension Deng and Benjamin Ajak. Through the story these three young men experienced some really harsh treatment. The Dinka tribe was their homeland a peaceful, grassy and active homeland, until the Muslims came. All the commotion happened […] More

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    Action plan for PV Technologies – when they asleep at the switch

    Problems / Issues faced by the PV Technologies: As per the information from Sales Manager Mr.Salvatori, PVT might lose the contract against SOMA energy and BJ Solar from the bidding, which is one of the high visibility project conducted by Solenergy Development LLC who won to construct a PV solar energy Power Plant. Mr. Greg […] More

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    The Things They Carried Essay

    Shame is a reoccuring theme throughout The Things They Carried. Shame makes people do things they don’t want to do just so they can get rid of the fear of shame. It drove soldiers to do acts they would’ve never done. Many of the characters have shame as a primary motivator. It leads them to […] More

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    Women’s Rights – Do they need them

    Women’s Rights – Do they need them? Introduction             Around the world women and girls are still being trafficked into sex slavery or forced labor or even married as children in spite of great strides which are being made over many years by international women’s rights (Carnes, 1998). Women are denied access to political participation […] More