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    In the beginning of the industrial revolution, cleanliness has become a social standard. Being clean has been ideal for its representation of health, hygiene, perfection and civility. Modern society has evolved at a faster pace and rejected the concept of dirtiness of humans and houses. In industrial design, cleaning could be described as streamlining which involved simplifying objects to be efficient, modern and organised. The production of cheap commodities was high in demand because it revolutionized public consumption. However, some religions relate their virtue to cleanliness, therefore it is a lifestyle. In this paper, the concept of cleanliness will be discussed along with an example of an interior design style known as the Shaker style.…

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    Cleanliness is very important in humans life because humans are living beings who want everything looks clean and beautiful for its survival, and protecting the environment, by keeping the environment clean. Many people who are aware and many are had not yet to aware of the concern for the cleanliness of the surrounding environment, it can be reflected as there are much trash scattered in public places. The situation is certainly troubling for users of public facilities. Trash bin that has been…

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    Abstract:- The research will estimate the cleanliness is really an abstract state of being clean as well as free from pollution in order to maintain and achieve the state of being peaceful, healthy and fit. Hygiene refers to practices associated with ensuring good health and cleanliness and it is a science that deals with the promotion and preservation of health.The purpose of this research is to know the relationship between environmental cleanliness understanding with health behaviour clean…

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    that youth can engage in it more actively. I believe in the technology transfer among the youth and society. My interest was to learn innovative activities, skill development activities, skill development trainings. As I was part of ASHA, I was able to orient various social programs for the benefits of the society and try to change society in the way of learning and a positive attitude toward development among youth friends. Every person in the community plays a important role in the development…

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    Effects Of Littering

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    influence others by eliminating the garbage in the forest, which would make others less inclined to litter. Although we face many challenges throughout the term, in the end we made a difference in the cleanliness of the trail, which is why we deem our project to be successful. In this essay, I will address the effects of litter in forests, why waste reduction in forests is important and the key points of our Mystic…

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    Hindu Cleanliness Summary

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    Citation on Hindu Cleanliness Hsuan Tsang's accounts of India provide an abundance of insight into the culture of Hindu society during the seventh century. What makes his writing so unique is that it is historical documentation from an outsider’s perspective, this is helpful in understanding the importance of the details recorded because it contrasts with what the normal culture of Hsuan Tsang would have been accustomed to in China. It’s fortunate that so much from these travels were…

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    assuming that the patient might have already undergone the procedure before. The nurse at the operation theatre who helped the patient reach the operation theatre had shown concern and understanding. Likewise, when the surgeon went through the scans and test results of the patient for the first time, he discussed the outcomes calmly and explained her medical condition. He further discussed the need to avoid the treatment she had expected. Also, the surgeon had expressed empathy by being patient…

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    Logo Tutor Report

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    knew I would have been able to complete my daily tasks and new tasks. It would also have been good to write down on paper to show others that I am capable of much more. A time that I was a ego bust for someone was when I told a junior Marine to clean his room. He spent hours cleaning. He told me he was done and was confident on the cleanliness of his room. Upon inspection of the room, it was still dirty. I told him what was wrong and to keep cleaning. Staff Non-Commissioned Officers’s were…

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    The Importance Of Chores

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    Chores: A Child’s Best Life Lesson. “But why do we have to do chores mom? They’re stupid”. Chores are what people have to do in a household to maintain its cleanliness and establish themselves as a working part of the family’s system and are vital. In Jane Smiley’s essay “The Case Against Chores”, she writes “I wasn’t expected to lift a finger when I was growing up.” Children should be expected to lift a finger and help around the house. Without chores, children might not learn responsibility,…

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    The Unsung Hero Disseminated throughout the world, they are found in neighborhood style pubs and taverns, greasy on the go cafeterias, upscale luncheonettes, and dubious bars. Working dawn to dusk, early to late, swing shift and early bird shifts, there are roughly 368, 230 of them dispersed throughout the country. Most of these men and women are underappreciated and are met with antipathy, viewed as worthless and of the lower class. But every good dishwasher knows that their day is not…

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