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    Immerge Writing Test Mark Lipinski 1 Harrisonburg: The Friendly City Located in the center of the scenic and charming Shenendoah Valley sits the gem of a city known as Harrisonburg. A fine city with a big heart and a history that predates the Constitution. Harrisonburg has been in a boom and it shows no sign of slowing, with continued business and residential investment in the city and its future. Harrisonburg is a great place for you to live. Harrisonburg packs a lot of wonderful food options in its small stature. You will never get bored with the shear range of options, form a quick burger from Jack Brown's Beer and Burger Joint, to classier dress up fine dining at Local Chop and Grill house, and you can even a sweet ice cream treat…

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    Driving though the small rural town of Wildomar, California, plenty of cars and motorcycles are regularly speeding down the streets. What you will likely not observe is a person riding a bike. Not unlike many cities in the region, automobiles are the transportation of choice. Driving a car is generally more time efficient, comfortable and you can haul more people and items at one time. The negative aspects to so many people choosing automobiles as the only form of transportation for…

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    A city is a place where a large population resides for the permanent period of time. A city’s importance depends upon the size, location, and structure of the area. Cities have highly organized population, which is comparatively bigger than a town or village. A city can provide different opportunities to know about the culture and language. A city is a good place to continue with further education and to find a suitable job. A city can provide government facilities for its people which makes…

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    is undeniable that prosperity and advancement in terms of security and healthcare are major requirements to many people living in cities. What comes after this is the question of what safe city should be like and the answers may vary. Throughout 19th century, there were many ideals of a healthy city represented. Urban planners were urged to solve the problems of big cities and provide better lives for its residents. These problems included low-quality of living condition as a result from noises,…

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    Gentrification In A City

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    of their beloved homes – homes where they built a family and a community. I think that the idea of gentrification is and should be accepted but when done so in moderation. I think too much change at once can be traumatic and in the long run more negative than positive. With a city such as Los Angeles the idea of gentrification becomes difficult and controversial because it is such a big and beautiful city filled with history but it’s also filled with a lot of poverty. The idea…

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    secure place. A city will provide all to satisfy our needs; however, when we want more beyond a natural limit, we are changing the city substantially and making it fatter. The distinction between desires and necessities creates different cities. As Socrates, a character form Plato’s Republic, stated that everyone has their own natural abilities, and needs are fundamental to a city, but our excessive desires will change the simplicity of the city. “Now, the first and greatest of our needs is…

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    Singapore: Biophilic City

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    Singapore: Biophilic City, explores the development and changes the city of Singapore has undergone to become an innovative biophilic city. The intended audience for this documentary is most likely people who are interested in urban development. In addition, this documentary could also be intended for people interested or studying sustainability. The documentary presented the positive attributes of creating a biophilic city, such as improving the lives of its population through healthy means, a…

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    Essay On Lake City

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    In 1986, I was born in the state of South Carolina, in Florence County. I was raised in the small town of Lake City, South Carolina, which was established in the year of 1750. This town came into existence due to the fact it was on a road that ran between Kingstree to the south and Cheraw to the north. Later, there was a road placed between Georgetown and Camden adding to the cross of the older road, forming a crossroads. I have lived in Lake City, for majority of my life and as many others,…

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    Dhaka City Essay

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    studies the life and human interactions in the city. The social life in the twenty first century consists of both the traditional and familiar trends as well as the new developing trends (Sassen, 2006). Hence, living in the cities is always exciting as well as complicated. Dhaka is a city which has a history of more than 400 years. In 1610, Dhaka was named as Jahangirnagar by subedar Islam Khan Chishti. Many of the famous infrastructures were built during the British and Mughal period but over…

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    Medieval City Life

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    Looking at society today, we can look back and see the progression of city life that has taken place throughout time, and that has led us to what life is like in today’s day and age. From architecture, technology, and relationships, people and objects contained in these cities have transformed humanity, and the idea of city life as a whole. From the Medieval to the Industrial era, one can see the changes in what is considered to be a city and how these changes can affect people individually.…

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