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    Hello Ms. Finkelman, I would like to express my sincere thanks that you have taken time out of your schedule to work with me on my Vocational Rehabilitation Case. I’m aware that you made an exception to your busy schedule to even see me on Monday, 26 October, at 10:30 am. That is why I wanted to ensure that I express my thoughts to you in a written correspondence that you might reference in my absence. Requesting vocational rehabilitation services to attain a doctoral degree is not the normal; I know and fully understand that; however I would like VA to know by doing so they will be fulfilling a lifetime goal of a disabled Veteran. One of the vocational rehabilitation program goals is to help veteran train, or retrain to a new profession that will not aggravate their service connected disabilities, that is my plan, it just executed to a higher degree than most. Presently, educating myself in a new profession at the highest level is in my best interest. My VA disability claim was awarded on or about 1 August 2015, so the true concerns that I needed assistance in were really ignored until they were substantiated by the VA. While educating myself, focus will be on addressing medical concerns and necessary treatment before entering back into the workforce. The medical concerns that I am currently being seen for are as follows: Condition Treatment PTSD Group Therapy Session Right Knee Physical Therapy Sleep Apnea Sleep Doctor Bladder Control Occupational…

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    Introduction The topic of the essay is "Malaysia gained independence in 1957. Discuss". The early history of Malaysia is discussed where how historical moment and how the colonial of Malaysia started which lead the unification of the people in Malaysia. This will be further discussed the incident, effort and steps taken to help in the independence of Malaysia. Next, the changes of Malaysia after acquiring independence is discussed. The early history of Malaysia started with the state of Malacca…

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    The civil right movement hoped to change the laws and the sentiments of the american people towards black americans, because it was a sensitive subject that affected America entirely, it was hard work and tears that truly made this movement continue. Two very important moving events were, Little Rock 1957 and Birmingham Alabama 1963 that truly changed various aspects of this movement, and the ways of thinking of many Americans. Although the supreme court finally started to make some changes…

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    “I think Donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. And, yes, I did. You know what else I prepared for? I prepared to be president.” Hillary Clinton said during the first presidential debate. The election of 2016 will not be forgotten anytime soon. With a surprising turn of events of Donald Trump somehow winning. Millions of American citizens are in anguish with these results. The Best Man by Gore Vidal, November by David Mamet, All the Way by Robert Schenkkan, and Crucible by…

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    suggests that man should act upon no other than his morality, the second realizes that man is rarely rewarded for his good deeds, and the third acknowledges that man’s choices are what have the biggest effect on the way he is viewed by society (Sartre, J. (1957) p. 1); Daru in “The Guest” represents, accepts and acknowledges these principles perfectly.…

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    Rock Nine Attempting To Integrate Central High School Little Rock Nine A few weeks ago on September 4th, 1957, nine black students also known as Little Rock Nine High school students were attempting to integrate into Little Rock Central High but they were blocked from the entrance by the National Guard. But later on, President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent in federal troops to escort the students into the school on September 25. The Little Rock Nine are Melba Pattillo, Ernest…

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    Nine Attempting To Integrate Central High School Little Rock Nine A few weeks ago on September 4th, 1957, nine black students, also known as Little Rock Nine High school students were attempting to integrate into Little Rock Central High but they were blocked from the entrance by the National Guard. But later on, President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent in federal troops to escort the students into the school on September 25. The Little Rock Nine is Melba Pattillo, Ernest Green,…

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    1960s Television History

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    History of television in the initial stages was marked by patent wars, testing plans and various demonstrations of technology but not a great deal of programming. On July 1, 1941, NBC became the first network to launch a commercially sponsored broadcast and was soon followed by CBS and others. But with the advent of World War II The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) banned the commercial production of TV equipment for the duration of war. People craved for TV especially after the Great…

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    Superposh Hotels Case Study

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    Clive and Jennie have sustained injuries at the Superposh Hotel, they may have a claim under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 (OLA 1957) if they were lawful visitors, or the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1984 (OLA 984) if they were trespassers. Both acts cover only a result damaging from state of premises other damages is covered by negligence. In Ogwo v Taylor [1987] 2 WLR 988, injuries sustained by a fireman whilst fighting a fire at premises was covered by the ordinary law of negligence and not…

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    to understand the Arab without success. Daru wants to find, give meaning and an explanation to the prisoner's character and behaviour. For example, Daru primarily asks to the policeman what the prisoner did and if he speaks French, starting to create a first contact with the Arab's issue. Subsequently he continues with the questions becoming always more specific and stressing cultural differences in order to create opposition: "il est contre nous? (...) Pourquoi a-t-il tué?" (Camus, 1957:87).…

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