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    Changing a tire is a skill that most people do not know how to do, but need to know how to do. This skill can be as easy as learning the alphabet. If a person takes the time, has the patience, and common sense; everything will run smoothly. Most people will face the dramatic problem of a flat tire. If a person ever does, he or she must make sure they identify the tire that needs changing, elevate the car, remove the tire with the proper tools, and get the spare tire. In order to change a flat tire, the first thing someone must do is identify the tire that needs changing. If the tire is fully deflated or has a “droopy” look, this is a sign that the tire is flat and needs to be changed. Remember, if a person gets a flat on the highway; make sure to turn on the hazard light. This is a button in a car with a reddish orange colored triangle on it. Pushing this button will make the brake lights flash and make the car visible to other cars so the driver will not hit anyone. The second step is to elevate the car. Now that the wheel that needs changing has been spotted, it is time to elevate the car. The best tool and object to use for this task is a jack and a block of wood, or a brick. These two objects will help a person elevate the car and eventually remove the tire. Place the block of wood or brick behind the left or right rear tire, depending on which side the flat tire is not on. This is needed so the car will not move while the car is being elevated. Next it is time to bring…

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    depending the way the hill goes, causing ones jack to bend. After that is done, one will have to turn on their hazards to let other vehicles know they need to move over. In an automatic car, one will want to shut it off before starting. With a manual, however, someone will want to leave their car in gear and apply the parking brake. Once all of this is done, then the person will have to locate the spare tire, the jack, and the wrench. In a car, these are typically located in the trunk. In a…

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    Essay On Baseball Cap

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    Baseball Cap Bullets – It 's More Than Just a Hat There are between 40 and 50 million baseball caps sold in the United States alone each and every year. Only a few thousand of those caps are worn by professional ballplayers with the rest going to nonprofessional players, fans, and fashion enthusiasts. It is estimated that a full two-thirds of the caps go to non-athletes. Just a few short decades ago, this was a fashion that didn 't exist. Not much further back, the caps did not exist at all. …

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    Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! or Not? The sounds of multiple cap guns echo from the back yard, coupled with loud children’s voices screaming back and forth towards one another. Suddenly there is silence; you can only hear one child’s voice as he yells at the top of his lungs, “Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! For a lot of parents, this is a typical afternoon play session for the neighborhood kids, as they’re acting out scenes from the famous western T.V. series, “The Lone Ranger”. But for other parents,…

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    join together and agree to join the alliance and complete his mission. The title of the book is what it is to call attention to this particular part in the novel and to hint even more so the intent of the story. The plant that Ai is on is called Gethen, but to the people of Earth it is called Winter. Winter is currently going through an ice age, and therefore most of the people’s time is spent surviving the cold, and little on making agricultural and technological advancements. This is one of…

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    sustainable prosperity for all people? I believe that we humans, and our actions, have created our once healthy planet into a dying one, and with our resources, and weather dying off, we won’t be able to sustain prosperity for anyone at all. In my opinion, sustainable prosperity for all people means that everyone has to meet their basic human needs with the confident knowledge of knowing that we won’t have to deny the future generation to have the ability to live in a sense where the resources…

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    Loggerhead Sea Turtle

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    the number of female sea turtles will far surpass the males due to the fact that male sea turtles usually develop in cooler temperatures. The offset balance in gender ratios can make it difficult to keep the reproduction of loggerhead sea turtles and potentially harm its species. An increase in natural disasters sparked by a warmer earth can risk storms that may harm turtle nests and can destroy nesting beaches. With exponentially growing human populations near beaches and coast, the need…

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    Clabssi Ace Star Model

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    Clinical Problem The incidence of CLABSI’s on a SICU in a level one trauma center had increased to an alarming rate of 62% per 1,000 catheter days. Although a 46% decrease in CLABSI’s has occurred in hospitals across the U.S. from 2008-2016, an estimated 30,100 CLABSI’s still occur each year. The patient’s that acquire these infections have increased rates of morbidity and mortality with an alarming 25% of patient’s acquiring CVC infections succumbing to death (Centers for Disease Control and…

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    Global Warming Myth

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    the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a gathering of six hundred driving atmosphere researchers from forty countries, says it is "likely" (more than a 90 percent risk) that people are bringing about a worldwide temperature change that will reach somewhere around 3.2 and 7.2 degrees before this current century 's over. Scientists consider the Artic to be a "pointer district" for whatever remains of the planet; given that even little contrasts in temperature there can have significant…

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    energy and rays that is retained by the earth and thus results in increased global temperatures. 1) In studies of carbon dioxide content in our atmosphere, the increased amount of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere have been associated with the increase of global temperatures. 2) The increased temperature of the ocean (also associated with the increase of carbon dioxide) has resulted in the increase of tropical storms, tornados in the South, and typhoons in Japan. 3) Ten of the hottest…

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