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    The Caterpillar, The White Rabbit, and What Alice Learned from this Adventure. The Rabbit is leading Alice to her density. The Caterpillar is telling Alice to never give up. The Adventure itself shows time is valuable, and people take it for granted. What was The Caterpillar trying to Tell Alice? Begin at the Beginning, and go on til you come to the end and stop. As Alice is dreaming up this curious world, there is a story behind it: taking life one step at a time. The Caterpillar…

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    nicotine to poison an enemy. The plant also gives off chemical signals when being eaten by caterpillars because caterpillars are not affected by nicotine so easy. This different chemical named a trichome is given to the caterpillar when being eaten so that when the caterpillar eats it they give off a very bad smell that informs predators so that they can be eaten. It is basically tagging the caterpillar so that it can be eaten. The wild tobacco plant is a plan that pollinates and needs a…

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    Wooly Bear Bags

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    Interaction with Humans: Many people like to capture these caterpillars in the fall and winter months. They will watch them spin their cocoons and emerge a moth in the spring, when they will then be released back into nature. Beneficial to Humans: It is folklore that these caterpillars are known to predict how cold and long the winter months will be. The more black hairs there are, the longer, snowier and colder the winter will be. Or if the caterpillar has more of a red or rust center, the…

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    important part of the strategy of Caterpillar Inc. They apply innovation a technology in order to improve the sustainability performance of their products, services, solutions and operations. What is more, they believe sustainable progress is made possible by developing better systems that maximize the life cycle benefits, while also minimizing the economic social and environmental costs of ownership, as reflected in their sustainability principles. Caterpillar has 3 sustainability principles:…

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    Misplaced Identity

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    times in the story. This happens most obviously when Alice is talking to the Caterpillar and he keeps asking Alice who she is. This is shown when Carroll says “Alice felt a little irritated at the Caterpillar’s making such very short remarks, and she drew herself up and said, very gravely, ‘I think you ought to tell be who you are, first.’” (Carroll 41). Alice feels as though she is being interrogated by the Caterpillar and he will not stop, even though Alice has already answered him many…

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    Plant Closure Case Study

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    for the union membership at the London plant, and many people were worried about their jobs. The company that purchased the London Plant was a consolidating company that was there to restructure the organization and make it ready for the sale to Caterpillar. The main issues were the new contract negotiations. Greenbriar wanted a new contract for the company and the workers. Because, the existing contract was too strong and covered almost every possible situation, and protected the workers’ jobs…

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    Komatsu Case Study

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    industry which prompted Caterpillar to announce its partnership with Mitsubishi. This became precarious situation for Caterpillar because Komatsu held more than 60% of the Japanese market. Due to this danger Caterpillar decided to penetrate the Japanese market through a joint venture with Mitsubishi. The result of this was that Caterpillar and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. formed one of the first joint ventures in Japan to include partial U.S. ownership. Caterpillar Mitsubishi Ltd. started…

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    Bones by Janis Asad Raabe and The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Mr. Jones and Mr. Bones is an assigned phonics reader which will improve her consonant vowel consonant words and sight word memorization. While reading, Mr. Jones and Mr. Bones, Mia became frustrated with the unfamiliar words such as “bites, dines, ties, etc.” She was focused on finishing the book and asked very few questions. One of Mia’s favorite books is The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which we read together. She had…

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    gats, caterpillars, and bees. They also praise the works of nature as a whole, with everything encompassed in the poems revolved around things not made by humanity. Having more in common are the two Romantic poems, obviously, yet there is a very strong resemblance to the American transcendentalist movement. For the love of nature and peace is too strong. The teachings of the poems hint towards preserving natures wondrous beings, even the season is described with anthropomorphism. The Caterpillar…

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    man fabricated, relates children to caterpillars. He inquires, “Was the caterpillar one creature, and is the butterfly another? The butterfly is the caterpillar in a gaudy cloak; stripped of which, there lies the impostor's long spindle of a body, pretty much worm-shaped as before"(194). The analogy means while a caterpillar might begin life with a horrific appearance and grows to be beautiful, it has always been the same creature. In relating the caterpillar to people, the confidence man shows…

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