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    AT&T has its roots in the invention of the device that would change the communications history of modern man. In 1876 the Bell Telephone and New England Telephone and Telegraph Companies were created. They became known as the Bell System and were a monopoly for telecommunications in the United States. In 1885 the American Telephone and Telegraph Company was formed as a subsidiary of the Bell System to build and operate a long distance network. Its name was changed to AT&T Corp. in 1994. By 1913 AT&T became a government-sanctioned monopoly. In 1982, an anti-trust lawsuit forced AT&T to divest itself of the Bell Systems local carriers. Twenty Three years later SBC, one of the divested local companies acquired AT&T Corp., and long-distance and local telephone services was once again delivered by one company.…

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    Call Bell System

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    The call bell system is a major part of the communication between the patient in the healthcare staff. It provides notification to all hospital staff that assistance is required for the patient. However, with numerous conflict regarding the call bell system, its purpose is in disarray. The call bell system is an important part of safety issue as it can prevent falls, accidents and injury by notifying everyone that assistance is required by the patient, especially those who have weakness or other…

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    AT&T is a global leader in providing wholesale services to carriers, wireless service providers, cable providers, systems integrators, Internet service providers and content providers. AT&T began when Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone in 1876. That became the foundation of AT&T. First it was called the Bell Company but in 19th Century AT&T became the parent company of the Bell system which was the American telephone monopoly. At that time the Bell system provided the telephone…

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    Highschool Cast System In highschool one would think that there would be simple diversity of friends, however the truth is much more complex than you’d think. To the naked eye of any typical “average” freshman, there are around three groups or so. In all actuality there are many sub-groups and branches of “friends” one must know about. Walking in late to class, you open the creaking door and nervously twiddle your thumbs as you try and quietly let the door shut. Alas, it is to no avail. Their…

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    Eventually, the bell rang everyone was eager to leave so it was very crazy. I waited for a bit to go and get in my car because I knew that it would be very hectic, so I just talked to some people who I had not seen in since our freshman year. When all of my friends were starting to leave, I decided to leave too. I found my car and sat in traffic in the parking lot for probably ten to fifteen minutes, it was insane. Once I finally made my way out of the parking lot and onto the main roads, I was…

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    Locker-Personal Narrative

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    The bell rang dismissing students from the torture called school. Piper and I packed up our belongings and made our way out of the library. "Hey, Piper, did Gabe give you a solid reason why he broke up with you?" The question should have been asked earlier, but my evil mind had gotten way ahead of me. "Nothing in particular. He said we were getting too serious. Thus, we were done," Piper answered. I nodded and replied, "Well, he will be regretting it soon. I need to go to my locker. I'll meet…

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    We remembered to stay close to the field so that we could hear the calls for water. The conversation was so intense we mistakenly walked further than regular. Next, I distinctly remember hearing loud ship like bells ringing. Around the plantation, bells ringing meant two things: runaway or fire. Abraham and I, heard the bells and looked at each other with fear. We quickly made our way back to the path to led us by the water stations. As we got closer, we heard dogs barking and seconds later we…

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    For half of my kindergarten year I would hear that bell. Not the one the teacher would rattle to get her students attention, but the one that indicated that the time for recess had come. I would halfheartedly get out of my seat and walk out onto the play yard. Ready to go on a lonely adventure that my imagination had been dying to show to me. I felt like each second ticked on like hours as I ran out of new adventures to go on, and after a while I would just end up waiting for the bell to ring…

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    Edgar Allen Poe work on “The Bells” makes use of the following literary techniques: mood, rhythm, universal themes, and lastly the style of poem. The Bells consist of four stanzas of varying lengths that follows no particular rhyme scheme (Poetry E., 2003). Each stanza consists of four different bells: sleigh, wedding, alarm and lastly funeral (Poetry E., 2003). Common occurrence of the ringing, Poe finds a metaphor for the progression of the common man from the carefree times of youth (as in…

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    “Pepper!!” The voice echoed up the stairs. “Pepper!! Get out of bed this minute!!” Pepper’s Mom shouted over the screaming of the baby in the background. “If you’re late to school again, you’re grounded for a month!” Pepper rolled over and pulled the covers up to her chin. “Just five more minutes,” she whispered to herself. Pepper thought about how the day would unfold. She’d show up to school and the math teacher, Mr. Blotson, would give her a disappointed look because she hadn’t simplified the…

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