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    World and American History Ms. Privolos Fall 2015 Did the Industrial Revolution improve the public water service? During the Industrial Revolution, the pollution of public water was a silent slayer which was not known to people even at late 1800s. Before the Industrial Revolution and even these days, water’s major usage is for daily water supply, a sweet dew between every so often in a day. Before the Industrial Revolution, people drank water in form of beer and wines. Beer and wine…

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    The Aquabot Junior Robotic Pool Cleaner is a unit that is recommended for in-ground pools that aren't too big. Therefore, it's the best choice if you don't need the same power offered by the Aquabot Junior Robotic Pool Cleaner, but still want to efficiently clean your swimming pool with less money. The unit costs $520.99 and it's a reliable option for removing the debris and dirt every time you want. To find out more about this model, look at its main features and characteristics and see why…

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    In the Chesapeake Bay, water is brown but its sediment brown. The water just looks kind of muddy. In our time boating on the Chesapeake, we’ve noticed the stains it leaves on our boat how the water looks kind of dirty. I know of the pollution in the bay and how a great deal of it is from agricultural runoff, so I worry about the brown. When we passed out of the Bay and through the waters of the Elizabeth River near Portsmouth, Virginia, the siltyness dropped out of the water and it seemed…

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    My claim states that cinnamon does not affect lettuce germination except for one direct replicate but this could have been invalid. Three pieces of evidence that support my claim are controlled groups had the most germination, only one direct group had germination, and no indirect groups had any germination. Five replicates were ran during the experiment. In each controlled group there were three to five roots that sprouted in an average of 2.34cm. In the direct groups, one out of the five…

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    Peeing In Public Showers

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    Recently there was a class debate in my intro to business class arguing that peeing in the shower is acceptable. I thought to myself, okay nobody is going to agree with this. However, when we took a poll over 75 percent of the class believed that it was okay to pee while in the shower. But the other 25 percent were completely against peeing in the shower and found this to be highly unsanitary. There was no middle ground. People were even admitting to peeing in public showers that other people…

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    Tap water or filtered water? This is a debate that is a never-ending one. Although water in the United States is mostly free of certain microorganisms that can cause certain illnesses there's no real guarantee that it's 100% safe for you. Tap water is chlorinated before it gets to our taps to drink but who wants to drink water that tastes and smells like chlorine? Not to mention how all that chlorine and either added or unfiltered foods can contaminate or change the flavor of the foods that you…

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    Carolina Boots Essay

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    Features: Copper Crazy Horse Leather Upper Waterproof Scubaliner Taibrelle Lining with Internal Metatarsal Guard 600 Gram Thinsulate Insulation Steel Shank Electrical Hazard Rated Welt Construction One Piece Rubber Lug Outsole Model: CA7821 Color: Copper Crazy Horse tall-orange You cannot ignore the fact that there are so many positive reviews for Men’s Carolina boots when it comes to durability, comfort, and safety. With its strong rubber soles, these 8-inch versatile carolina boots are…

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    Bottle Rocket Essay

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    nickel alloy, help make a sturdy rocket. For the bottle rocket, my partner, Maren Cheney, and I used the following materials: 2 plastic 2-liter bottles, office folder paper, clear duct tape, yarn, 2 sponges, and cotton. The payload of the rocket is the object(s) being carried throughout the flight. While the payload of real rockets include astronauts and satellites, our bottle rocket had an egg to represent the payload. After finishing the bottle rocket, Maren weighed the rocket to get a mass of…

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    We’re getting feedback on our mid-term photo-shoots in today’s class. 
A guy named Rick is currently bragging about his new take on the theme of “jungle” that consists of pictures of girls wearing spotted clothes in what I think is Central Park. Astonishing, really. 
Nobody seems particularly impressed. I glance at Grace from over my folder and I can see her narrowing her eyes, in the way she does when she’s trying not too be too critical. She’s too good to be a teacher. She won a Pulitzer for…

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    factor, compared to the price of gas today it costs more for a liter of bottled water than the same amount of gas. Tap water also creates a much more dependable source of water. With the use of tap water also takes away from the 81.7% of plastic bottles found in the landfill each year. Water itself seems harmless, but what is really in it? In all honesty, there is no real similarity between tap water and bottled water. About 25% of bottled water comes from a public supply. This water is then…

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