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    Cleveland Cavaliers Essay

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    Slow starts have become a theme for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Through six games this season, the Cavs have had to erase early deficits in several contests — And Friday night’s matchup with the Philadelphia 76ers was no different. “That’s a fact — We started slow the last two games,” Cavs head coach David Blatt said. “The sample size is small, but we did mention it.” Despite another slow start against Philadelphia Friday, the Cavs (5-1) pulled away to pick up a 108-102 victory in Quicken Loans Arena. The win was the Cavs’ fifth straight after a season-opening loss in Chicago against the Bulls. “Obviously, we did not have our best defensive game tonight,” Blatt said. After two quarters, Cleveland trailed the winless Sixers (0-5) 50-49. The…

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    The Cleveland Clinic Case

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    The Cleveland Clinic, established in 1921, is a non-profit, multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research facilities and educational facilities. (cchs.org) The finance department employs approximately eight hundred of the forty-nine thousand Cleveland Clinic employees, and being the human resource specialist for such a large department can be a challenge. The two parts of the human resource department being focused on are the advocacy and the…

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    Grover Cleveland The Progressive Era was a time of change and forward movement for the country. As the United States came to such a crucial time in its history, immersing into the Gilded Age, it called upon a great leader to take the reins and control the country with an iron fist. Although many great presidents emerged during this time and it could be argued that Theodore Roosevelt or William Howard Taft were the most influential presidents, when all the facts are analyzed and considered,…

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    To achieve their ultimate goal again this season, the Cleveland Cavaliers know they may have to get past the Toronto Raptors again in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Cavs defeated the Raptors in six games in the East Finals last season to advance to the NBA Finals and ultimately claim their first championship in franchise history. Tuesday night, the Cavs and Raptors met for the second time this season, as Toronto sought to get past the hurdle that has been Cleveland of late. The Cavs had…

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    LeBron Raymone James, current player for the Cleveland Cavaliers, was born in Ohio in 1984. His fame and attention started in his high school years when he was the top player on the court. His unique skills combined with size, athleticism and court vision helped him become one of the premier players in the NBA. He started his professional basketball career when he was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003. He played with the Cavaliers from 2003 to 2009/10 after which he joined with the…

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    make it through four years alive and we had a little fun along the way. I will admit that I really did not want to take this class; I thought that it would be a waste of time and money. Contrary to what I thought I really enjoyed and was glad that I took this class. We talked about many different concepts over the semester. Three stood out to me the work of the Notre Dame Sisters, the city of Cleveland and The Freshman Survival Guide. We went over a lot of different concepts but these ones…

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    The Museum of Contemporary Art is a contemporary art museum in Cleveland Ohio on Euclid Avenue. It was founded in 1968 by Nina Castelli Sundell and Marjorie Talalay, who started the small for-profit gallery in a former dry-cleaning store on Euclid Ave. The gallery has moved several times since then, before finally finding its way back to a location near its original one on Euclid Ave in 2012. The new building is a thirty four thousand square foot, four story tall building made of black stainless…

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    Diversity In Cleveland

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    Yes, Cleveland has two high school, however, the city’s population is not big enough for two high schools. East Side is a predominately black school and there is also Cleveland High which was predominately white. When I first decided to go to school in Cleveland I wanted to go to Cleveland High because people made East Side out to be as bad as the East Side off the movie. However, without a choice I ended up going to East Side and once there I had my first cultural experience with the ideal of…

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    multimillionaires in the United States of America through his business and talent. John D. Rockefeller managed to adhere to the fundamentals of capitalism, while maintaining an ethical business through legal efficiency, fair and honest deals and working for the American people. Efficiency took on a whole new meaning with John Rockefeller. Rockefeller recognized that crude oil could be refined and used for many things including kerosene and petroleum jelly. John made sure that no part of…

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    Grover Cleveland Case

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    We voted in this manner because though Cleveland did not condone the protester’s means of drawing attention the issue, he also did not support the cause of progressing the rights of workers in America. Specifically, Cleveland claimed that workers were selfish and the wellbeing of our nation depended on the workers making sacrifices. We could not support this viewpoint, as though we are not directly working in factories, we are still a part of the lower-working class. Therefore, we agreed with…

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