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    Everest is at the latitude of 27.9881 degrees N. The latitude has an affect on the air circulation, solar intensity, and rainfall. By Mount Everest being located close to 28 degrees N, it has northeast tradewinds; therefore, the surface currents flow clockwise. At times, the wind blow over 200 miles per hour, and the temperature can be as low as -80 degrees fahrenheit. On the other hand, it can get as warm as -2 degrees fahrenheit. There is a period of time in mid May called summit window, when…

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    that having another person ask questions about their topics will help to ensure they provide enough detail about the topic and will help to generate ideas for their writing. Each student will pass his/her paper to 10 different classmates, working clockwise around the room. Each student will come up with a new question that they would like to know about the topic listed at the top of the paper. Once each student has 10 questions about their writing topic, the papers will be returned to their…

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    The origins of this rite is traced back to different tribes in the different parts of the continent and simply cannot be pinpointed to one specific nation or group. This is where both the bride and the groom take seven steps sunwise (clockwise) around the sacred fire. For each single step taken around, a vow will be said by one another. At first the groom makes one step forward and then says a vow, and after the bride takes a step to join him and says her vow and this is done when one…

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    “A simple polygon is lazy k guardable (with k 2) if and only if it admits a choice of k end points so as to form a k-street.” [1] Lemma 5: “The chain C (s, t) is weakly visible from C (s, t) if and only if C (s, t) does not contain a clockwise or counter-clockwise component.”…

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    There is a student sitting in his dorm studying for his last final of his senior year in college. Furiously concentrating on his notes he scans sheet after sheet of information. His palms coated in a thin film of sweat from grasping his notecards so tightly. It’s 4am now and his eyes are bloodshot red and his exam is at 8:30A.M. After a few hours of rest he quickly took a shower grabbed his testing materials and left out of the dorm. He had his last date with fate on this day. A few weeks later…

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    of the word is interfered with when they are asked to call out the color of the word instead of reading the word aloud (Olson, 2015). The concept of the Stroop Effect is inquired when the words are warped. For example, if the words are curved clockwise or counterclockwise, it is a possibility that naming the color of the words instead of reading the words aloud will appear easier. The interference effect might be abolished, as it will be difficult to read the words when they are curved. The…

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    Dance is an art form consisting of individuals or groups moving in patterns, either practiced or impromptu, to the rhythm of music. Dance and music go hand in hand, allowing the music to set a tone for the dance, creating different styles of dance. Dance is likely to have begun as a ritual to appeal to a culture’s worshipped being or included in ones “rite of passage” (Histoy of Dance, n.d.). Evidence has been found in India showing the existence of dance in the form of paintings made in caves…

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    Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Another is they both don't kill as much people. Though, both of them do kill people, but not as much according to Sources 3 and 4. The last one is "they both spin counterclockwise in in the Northern Hemisphere, and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere," it said in Sources 3 and…

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    Suntreaker Essay

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    Begin by taking the arm that is on the right and is folded in the upper portion. Swing it out towards you, very much like you would swing a door on its hinges. The black portion of the arm should now be pointing out towards you. Take it and turn it clockwise so that it is still pointing towards you, but now it is closer to Sunstreaker’s waist. Grip the same portion of the arm and turn it downwards until it is facing the opposite direction. This will form Sunstreaker’s left arm. To form the right…

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    Shelby Cobra Essay

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    Dark Silver, Wimbledon White, and Yellow. You can customize the shelby cobra to your liking. The shelby cobra only came in 1 interior color though, black. The shelby cobras trunk was in the back. Its speedometer went up to 180 mph and spun counter clockwise. It also only had 2 seats. The shelby cobra was a innovation at the time of its release. The shelby Cobra is still a well known car and has helped improve cars over the 50 years it has been made. It was one of the fastest cars in the world…

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