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    era Nation Cash Register used at the local jewelry store in town. After doing some research this cash register showed a few social traits including why this register is different from others and showed that this item was common. With the advancement of technology, the cash register has made some improvements since this cash register was made. This National Cash Register was used at Carroll’s Jewelers located in downtown Marion during the 1940’s until the 1970’s. Carroll’s Jewelers open in Marion…

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    It is Mr. Castleman and his buddies needing some supplies and to get any mail for the last time. They are heading back to Virginia by train early in the day. Dutifully, Henry obliges, but distrusts this man - after all one of his cooks had disappeared a few days before and another the year before. Hence, Henry demands to be payed in cash, which is not normal Deyett protocol. Mr. Castleman pays by the stylish way of obtaining the money from the band around his hat. Henry 's early morning sleep,…

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    records. The receipt mentions that “gratuity is not included” and even politely states that the gratuity has been calculated for the reader’s convenience. This slight push emulates culture norms of tipping, but does not directly impose the beliefs on the reader. That being said, the act of it being placed on the receipt at all assumes that some readers would not know that the gratuity is not included or that 18% is considered the norm. Culturally, receipts make many assumptions about the reader.…

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    Cash Register Honesty In the workplace, employees often feel that they are over-worked and underpaid. Every employee from high school dishwashers to middle aged executives feel this way from time to time. Workers usually only consider what their employers give them. This includes their salaries, their hours, lunchbreaks, and office space. What employees usually avoid thinking about is what they are taking from the company which they work. Practically every employee steals from their place of…

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    this happened. I remember getting ready for my first day, I was shaking with excitement and a hint of nervousness. I stepped into my car, started it up and headed to the Morrow Country Store. As I proceeded to walk through the doors into the convenience store, I noticed all eyes were located on me. Even though I was nervous, I smiled and walked behind the counter. When I came around the corner, I was greeted by 2 very friendly employee’s. One of the ladies informed me that I would be shadowing…

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    frequently, which causes delays in operation and reduces the efficiency of the restaurant. These crashes also create additional risks of error in the record of transactions. Integrating the new system will reduce the risk of errors in the tracking of sales and inventory levels recorded by the system. This will also improve the completeness and accuracy of the financial statements. 2. Replacement and Review of Cash Register Cameras The Athens, Oh Wendy’s location currently has cameras in place…

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    Girl used to mean small boy or girl. The word “girl” was not initially used to refer to a specific gender. It used to mean “child” or “young person” regardless of the gender. Obviously, our language has changed and now girl is gender specific and sometimes age specific. This evolution can often be refered to as slang. Slang is often derived from old words with new meanings or completely new words with new meanings. Because of its unstructured nature, many linguists believe that slang is…

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    Hi Willem, I agree with your response that the court’s decision in favor of Wrench LLC was correct. Taco bell made it clear that they were interested in using the concepts created by Wrench LLC. They approached the company, because they liked the idea of the Psycho Chihuahua, and wanted to use it in their ads. As you said they even accepted hats, stickers, and t-shirts with the Taco Bell Logo and the Psycho Chihuahua on them. Their actions made it seem as if they were going to pay for the…

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    Discourse/s Gee (1990) defined Discourse as a “socially accepted association among ways of using language, of thinking, feeling, believing, valuing, and of acting that can be used to identify oneself…of a socially meaningful group…” (Gee, 1990, p. 143, as cited in McCarthy, 2016). Language Register It is important that children learn what Language Register and take advantage as “Competent oral communication requires being able to use a variety of language registers and being able to choose…

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    companies in which “The Court therefore held that law enforcement agencies do not need a warrant to install what is called a "pen register" on a telephone account that records and reports the numbers called and the duration of the calls, but not the content of the conversations” (Barnett). The NSA reason the constitutionality of their whole operations in the basis of the two ruling combined: “The court [reasoning] that the NSA data collection orders [is] constitutional because all they collect…

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