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    Travoprost: A Case Study

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    Mail Order states that on 7/25/16, Mrs. Wysong contacted customer service to place an order for Travoprost. The representative advised Mrs. Wysong the estimated delivery date would be on 8/2/16. The representative referred the authorized representative to the Clinical Department to verify the correct strength of Travoprost. On 7/25/16, an automated call from Mail Order to the member on to contact customer service, because the medication requested was temporary unavailable. Mail Order states they do not show any record of the member calling back to customer service about the medication being unavailable. On 8/21/2016, Mail Order states Mrs.Wysong called to check the order status of Travoprost Dro. The representative that spoke with Mrs. Wysong informed her an automated call took place on 7/25/16 requesting the member a call to customer service about this order. At which point the representative confirmed member’s phone number on file. Mrs. Wysong stated that the phone numbers listed were incorrect and it was updated. The representative then informs Mrs.Wysong that the Travoprost is now unavailable and referred the member to the out of stock support department at 855-814-3512 for an alternative option. On 8/22/16, Mrs. Wysong called customer service and spoke to Mike, who placed an order for Travoprost and advised it will be expedited as a courtesy. On 8/23/16, Mrs. Wysong called customer service again requesting to speak with a supervisor. Mail Order stated…

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    Historical Facets Of 1941

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    1941: A Year Full of Bloodshed and Shifts The year 1941 (according to President Roosevelt) encompasses the “Day that will live in infamy” and will never be forgotten. However, the historical facets of 1941 cannot be entirely focused on that one day due to other uniquely significant topics. During the year 1941, the United States endured several major events, saw a shift in popular occupations, obtained specific roles and customs, and experienced a dramatic time period within politics. As 1941…

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    The Family 1941 Analysis

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    I chose to analyze the The Family - 1941 portray for this essay because I like the usage of the colors on this work. I feel confident analyzing colors in artworks because I learned about the emotions transmitted through colors in various art classes that I took in High School and College. Most art professors like to stress the importance of color in a work of art. They say that the understanding of the usage of the colors in a piece is important when criticizing an artwork. Colors are very…

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    California 1880-1941

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    The following paper will describe the impact of new immigrant populations in the urban environment of California between 1880-1941. The groups of new immigrants include the Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Sicilians, and much more. These groups typically lived in cities such as San Jose, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Monterey/Seaside. Their impact was through mass migrations, which to this day has drastically altered the urban environment of California. The argument to be made is that these…

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    Lend-Lease Act 1941

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    The Lend-Lease Act of 1941 permitted United States of America to supply ammunition, war trucks, combat planes, and other materiel to the beleaguered nations. These nations included the major beneficially; Britain and its allies like Soviet Union and China among others. However, the lend-lease act was an extended help to the said nations with no monetary exchange. The Lend-Lease Act’s terms required the nations to reciprocate the aid by helping the USA if by any chance it was faced with any war…

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    The Walt Disney Animators’ Strike of 1941 During the early 1930s, unions began to organize in almost every industry across the nation, including the Hollywood entertainment industry. Unions for actors, directors, stagehands, and writers sprung up to collectively bargain for better working conditions. The Screen Cartoonist’s Guild was formed in 1938 to organize and unify the previously unrepresented cartoonists and animators in Hollywood. The Guild enjoyed success during its first year,…

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    Romare Bearden “The Family 1941” “The Family 1941” is a photo is painted by Romare Bearden. Luckily, I had a chance to see this interesting picture in a book during high school. This picture is a great example to demonstrate the dark time when America had to face Great Depression. The couple and their baby must pass through a rough time, which is demonstrated by their faces emotion. When we just read the name of the picture, we can interpret this picture is about traditional American…

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    1.1 million children and 6 million of those were victum and the jews in total 11 million people died during the holocost 6 million were polish they did not eat or anything. most of them were murderd or starved to death over 200 million survived most of them were in europe that survived during the holocost many of those survived but after wanted to leave europe everyone that lived in europe wanted to leave because of the holocost. only 60 percent of all jews lived in europe the…

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    Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Primary Source Analysis The 1941 call to the Negro community to march on Washington was made by Philip Randolph, who was the chairman of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (Tindall and Shi). In this regard, Randolph implored upon the members of the black community to turn up in large numbers and take part in a demonstration that would send a very strong message to the majority white community in the United States. The call encouraged African…

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    During World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union were partners. They had teamed together to defeat their common enemy, Germany. In spite of this successful partnership in defeating their common enemy, several developments and factors from 1941 to 1949 increased suspicion and tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union. One major development that emerged within this period of time was differing philosophies. The United States believed in democratic forms of government,…

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