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    failing to help the deer, or that it implies a moral flaw, then the author is mistaken here. The idea, that what a person does when no one is looking reveals there character, is valid. However, the metaphor used relies on the basis that a person is expected to aide an already dying baby deer, who would either die without a mother or live on only to be hunted and killed. The poem is beautifully written but overall lacks a strong emotional stimulation. “A Secret Life” by Stephen Dunn (page 217) explains why it’s vital and natural for us to have secrets. This poem convinces the reader through relatable examples that that are certain parts of ourselves we simply should not share. He describes secrets as dangerous, “it’s like a small fire in a clearing, it’s what radiates and what can hurt if you get too close to it.” The language, although not as metaphorical or symbolic as some poems, is bright and accessible; it’s the poem’s greatest strength.…

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    are ultimately not allowed to watch it despite the fact that Chief casts the deciding vote, the fog surrounding Chief clears. As part two of the novel begins, Chief is explaining his fear of what may happen if the staff knew that he could indeed hear. As he begins his daily cleaning duties, he notices the clarity of everything around him. He describes, “Out in the hall all by myself, I notice how clear it is--no fog any place. It’s a little cold where the nurse just went past, and the white…

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    under the age of twenty-one. Sean came from 68W, he was a field medic. He wanted to join the Army sooner but broke a bone and had to wait a calendar year before he was able to enlist. From the moment I met Brad, I knew there was going to be a problem, every call I made Brad questioned. During there first day in a training exercise, My squad had to a clear a hallway splitting into two sections, I told Brad, Sean, and Chris to clear the right side while Kody, Ethan, and I will clear the left.…

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    Dr. Dewett provided many key ideas that we often forget or need to be reminded of as we go through our careers. It was very rewarding to hear ideas that each of us have within our control, that we just need to draw from to make ourselves better leaders and to help others become better leaders. The primary idea for me was that of authenticity. In our corporate culture, authenticity tends to be diluted. Authenticity is more than being a professional because people what to know who we are as a…

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    Today is the day that I Kamehameha the Great, set out with nine-hundred-sixty war canoes and ten-thousand soldiers for Oahu. It has been an enduring voyage conquering island after island here in Hawaii. “Ka’iana prepare the landing party,” I ordered the high ranking ali’i. “Yes! Your Majesty,” Ka’iana replied. For some reason this particular battle seemed to cause this wildness in all of my men. It’s like my men entertain the thought of bloodshed and are eager to turn…

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    The first 30 pages of KNOT THEORY offer an engaging character driven drama. The script presents with a very intriguing protagonist. In fact, all the characters are very distinctive and interesting to watch. The tone feels dramatic. There are solid themes about abandonment and life choices. The protagonist Luke clearly presents with strong, inner conflict about his father and his mother. There’s definitely a lot to like about the first 30 pages of the script, but there are elements that are…

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    This interview was conducted to discover and examine the myriad administrative duties and responsibilities of organizational leaders. I interviewed Mr. Dan Phipps, who is the Athletic Director for Muscatine Community School District. He is also the Dean of Students. This double role makes for an extremely busy day. As it turned out, he has served in the military. He was a sergeant in the Marine Corp, serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. I started the interview by asking about the hiring and…

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    In Little Brother, the main character Marcus is disrespectful for example his principal, since when is in trouble, “ [they] stared at each other across the desk. [The principle] clearly expected [Marcus] to fold the second he dropped the bomb on [him]. [He didn’t]” (Doctorow 4). Marcus does not feel the need to lower his eyes in respect of facing higher authority. Although, as life changes for Marcus he begins to realize that life is more than just technology, and having more power than everyone…

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    What Is Mabel's Label?

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    I Situation Mabel’s Label is a Canadian company which was founded by four mothers in 2001. In 2013 the company decided to adopt the ROWE (Results-only Work Environmental). In 2015 the co-founder Julie Cole was responsible to present the real results of this implementation on the Mabel’s Label financial results. However, after two years Cole realized that the company didn’t have any perceptible or visible progress to evaluate the implementation of ROWE. II. Evolution After my analyses I realized…

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    Australian Land Clearing

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    Land clearing is the removal of native vegetation and deforestation in Australia, including destruction of native bushlands, woodlands, savannah , forests and native grasslands for replacement with agricultural, urban and other land uses. Australia has been responsible for large amounts of deforestation and land clearing since the European settlement in the late 18 century. Australia has lost nearly 40% of all its forest despite being around 75% of Australia being inhospitable deserts or arid…

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