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  • Essay On Loma Prieta Earthquake

    how to rebuild better materials and structures to make operations better for future disasters such as this. Although many firms such as insurers were forced to pay for damages which either did or did not hurt their company. One account of re looking to better utilities would be the water systems and the equipment used so that it can be sturdier. All new utilities were to be rechecked to make sure the equipment is properly usable. Many saw this as a positive case because it…

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  • Antitrust Exemption In Sports

    It is like a business rather than a game, and like any industry, where the players are wanting to go where there is more money.” (Seib) This idea plagues the league now in that baseball only seeks money and is not available to any other suggestions. As long as they are making money they will not change their ways, and that is what is going to bring the league apart if this madness is not stopped. They are also making more money each year by slowly raising their ticket prices (See Figure 3). A…

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  • Mouth Guards Research Paper

    mouth-guards were primarily used for boxers during the early 1920s and 1930s to prevent a range of dental injuries, most notably cracked teeth. Known by their nickname of “gum shield”, mouth-guards were originally constructed out of gutta percha, wax, cotton, and yella rubber. In 1947, Los Angeles Dentist Rody Lilyquist constructed sport mouth-guards through the use of transparent acrylic resin and acrylic splints (Soleimani, 2015). The American Dental Association started conducting research…

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  • Charles Horton Cooley's Theory

    event, and then react a certain way due to its meaning. Cooley can be credited for developing the interactionist perspective in sociology which seeks to society by looking at everyday forms of interaction between individuals. Cooley found how industrialization affected individuals and families, by causing them to become more individualistic and began to ignore traditional family and neighborhood. Cooley published Disorganization of Family which covered the turmoil with American families. Cooley…

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  • Humanistic Idealism In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    Not only that Shakespeare is one of the most known writer of all time but he was also one of the greatest humanists encountered in the renaissance. Indeed, a lot of his texts were written in order to promote the greatness of human kind. As an example of this, Shakespeare expressed the image that he has on human nature in Hamlet, a great tragedy written during the renaissance englobing love and death. Indeed, the principal character, Hamlet, really defines well the position of humanists while…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Love In A Football Team

    Jake was over on the far side of the gym shooting on one of the side rims. After coach was done talking in the huddle I walked over to Jake and introduced my self to him. I said “Hey Jake, Im coach Baker, how are you?” Jake looked at me with a big smile and said “Come rebound for me”. So while the rest of the team was working on defense, me and Jake worked together on the side rim, and to my surprise, Jake had a pretty good shot! This became a daily routine. The first half of practice I would…

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  • Group Health Care: A Case Study

    potential for certain ethical concerns, SMA has a great potential for increase efficiency, and patient and provider satisfaction (Wong et al,2013). Nurse Practitioner Role Nurse-led SMAs have been shown to improve quality of patient care and clinical outcomes (Dickman, et al 2012) and offer an opportunity for advanced practice nurses to meet the needs of diabetic patients. The nurse practitioner has a unique role to facilitate a holistic approach to chronic disease management and improve…

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  • Certified Paralegal Certification

    offer document preparer certifications through their State Bar Associations. These states require a certification examination to educationally qualified paralegals or legal assistants prior to the Bar Associations authorizing the paralegal to use the title of “Certified Paralegal,” however, certification is not required in these states to work as a paralegal. The American Bar Association defines a paralegal as someone with the education and work experience required to work for an attorney or law…

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  • Marcella's Drug Use Case Studies

    Criterion (8) states the use may be is physically hazardous, and (9) is continuing the use in spite of the knowledge it is causing difficulties for the individual. Of these two, Marcella meets criterion 8. The final grouping is pharmacological criteria. These are (10) tolerance as evidenced by increasing the dose of the substance to reach the desired effect by the user, and (11) withdrawal, a physical condition that generate physical symptoms. According to the DSM, Neither of criteria 10 or 11…

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  • APA Style Essay

    A paper using American Psychological Association (APA) style contains four major sections: a title page, an abstract, the body of the paper, and a reference section. According to APA Style, your title page should contain the title of the paper, a running head, the authors name, a byline, the institutional affiliation, and an author’s note. The title of your paper should be specific in order to inform the readers about the main ideas and the relationships between the identified variables. When…

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