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    Imagine for a moment you are sitting in a courtroom in a custody battle. The judge ruled for the child to stay with their mother, however you see by the look on the child’s face that a mistake was made. Taking the best interest of the child is the goal in every custody hearing. Every child deserves structure in their life and to be with people who love them. Sometimes the best thing which many times can be the hardest is for them to be separated from their parents. On the other…

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    100psi nozzle was too much for a three-person engine company, where typically we would be operating with an officer and firefighter on the line. Many questioned the stream reach on the 50psi nozzle, but agreed that it was a lot easier to handle. The Akron 50psi nozzle did not have the reach of the 75psi and the 100psi nozzle. When I asked all personnel who were on the line in regards to having the reach inside a structure, they countered if we operated in a transitional attack they would like to…

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    suffer the reward of your intolerance and narrow-mindedness after my departure. Upon my expulsion from Akron Early College, you will be left alone with people who are much faster than you, and you will be able to experience what it’s like to be a slow person. Now to my accusers, you would have gotten ridden of the slow me forever if you had waited two more years. I would have graduated from Akron Early College, and we would have gone our separate ways as mature, understanding adults. If…

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    Hudson Effects On Society

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    Hudson, Ohio has been home to me ever since I was six years old. Hudson is a suburb of Cleveland and located in the Summit County. Being a relatively small community, Hudson, became a city officially after the 1990 US census. Hudson is mostly composed of upper middle class Caucasians, and is known for being a safe community perfect for raising a family. Another thing that Hudson is known for is having exceptional school districts, and is ranked nationally. Through research and living in Hudson…

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    Undivided Summary

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    Connor. Connor proceeds to the basement where he finds some things he doesn't need. Just then a scientist walks in and recognizes him as the Akron AWOL. Connor pulls his gun ready to tranq him but he doesn't have any bullets. The scientist however is against unwinding so he tells Connor where the stem cells, that he wants, are. The three head back to Akron to Sonia's shop. They instantly test out the printer, which successfully makes an ear. They find a company that has no ties to Proactive…

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    MLB Team Case Study

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    half of his games. Other than the environment, one must consider the competition. A player at Vanderbilt sees better competition every day compared to a player at Akron. Although the Akron kid might have better numbers, the Vanderbilt player has probably seen a handful of more top-notch pitchers. Sabermetrics help when scouting the Akron player to see if his numbers are able to be reproduced in the scout’s opinion. Scouting has changed an overwhelming amount in the past couple decades, but the…

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    and Lisha Kirkbride. In the fall he will pursue a degree at Ohio Northern University, where he has been admitted into the mechanical engineering program. Zody, Loudonville, is the son of Scott and Mary Zody. Zody has committed to the University of Akron where, he too, will study mechanical engineering in a five-year co-op program. Being selected Teen of the Month, Kirkbride said feels “pretty good.” “I've worked pretty hard academically, and I appreciate getting recognized for that,” he said,…

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    constitutional protection of individual liberties. It helped the creation of reform movements in the United States that led to an expansion of democratic ideals. In the extent of women and equal rights, movements such as the Seneca Falls Convention, Akron Woman’s Convention, National Anti-Slavery Convention and speeches such as Sojourner’s Truth helped Americans acknowledge we’re not a true democracy if not each and every individual regardless of gender…

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    the growing black culture in music and art during 1920’s. The collection of poems transition from being centered in nature to living in a lively society. For example from “The Event” to “Straw Hat”, Thomas’ life is narrated as he travels north to Akron, Ohio. Both Thomas and his musically gifted friend, Lem, travel north for job security and to meet someone to court. The danger of their travels was portrayed in “Nothing Down” as Thomas recalls hiding from…

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    from the Conceptual Framework Proficiencies, diversity is understood to be a wide range of elements, and the teaching methods that I choose to use need to enhance each of the students learning experience. Through my own experiences as I observed at Akron preparatory school, I have quickly become aware…

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