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    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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    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 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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    Health Challenge Every day, we are faced with various choices that have a rippling effect on our lives and that of our children, and the older we get and the more responsible we become, and we strive to make healthier choices. According to Holmes (2009), one of the public health challenges of the millennium is aging, which has been compounded with the increased incidence of chronic diseases and disabilities. Diabetes has been identified as a chronic disease and the American Diabetes Association…

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    I struggled with grammar throughout my undergraduate years and worked hard to correct my errors. However, it seems after three years of informal writing I forgot everything I learned. In my undergraduate studies I was a comma-splicer, I overused commas in almost every paper I wrote. My first paper in graduate school had the opposite problem, I did not use enough commas. In addition, I realized I have a hard discriminating between passive and active voice. Although I have not received any…

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    He caught the ball with eight seconds left in the game. A defender ran towards him, one hand in the air to try to block the shot. As he jumped up, the entire crowd held their breaths. Everything was moving in slow motion; his arm extended and the ball spun out of his hand, gliding up into an arc headed towards the hoop. As the ball neared its highest point, the shot clock went off, and the shrill buzzer pierced through the silence. Everyone in that arena was focused on one thing: the basketball,…

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    levels, which need work. I learned that I still have work to do on a personal level in order to become a more effective leader. (Bethel University, 2014) My weaknesses were math and self-esteem, which have been an on-going battle all of my life. Math requires use of a particular part of the brain. I think I am just hardwired differently and it took me a long time to accept it and not beat myself up over it. Pertaining to my self-esteem, how I was raised and having five older brothers and sister…

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    period; he started the movement to change the corruption of the Catholic Church. We all would be Catholics today without Martin Luther’s efforts and we would not have the freedom of choosing our own religion. Due to Martin Luther’s 95 theses, people stopped paying to the priests for removing their sins. We could not have attained the liberty from Pope’s and many other catholic monarchs if people like Luther would not have stepped forward. So overall, without Martin Luther’s struggle, the things…

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    Career Observation

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    exploration can be an overwhelming process and I’m very thankful for the opportunity to explore the many facets of the workforce through interviewing, accompanied with a lot of self-reflection. I interviewed Bailee Pelzer, the Adverting and Brand Manager of her department. She works for Altorfer, Inc. located in Cedar Rapids, IA at 2600 6th Street SW. The location of their main equipment location that took place on October 19th. I had multiple reasons as to why I chose Bailee for advice and…

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    collection, even though there are small Hispanic, Spanish speaking communities in the area. The final desired strengths would be a more up to date collection and in other formats. Out of the thirty some materials, half were from the early 2000’s and they were all physical books. Adding eBooks and audio books in the collection as well as keeping to date with new advances will round off the collection and increase its stability and strength. Selection Criteria: Materials purchased on behalf of…

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