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    but had violated that many times. Shauna was also not allowed to leave her home unless there was a presence of surety, but there wasn 't. She had repeatedly stolen items from Cosmo Prof, Shoppers Drug Mart and LCBO when she was not to enter these stores and failed to comply. By completing these actions, she had violated section 733 sub section 1 and had also violated section 265 subsection 2 because she had assaulted the manager at Shoppers and resisted arrest. She had also violated section 733.1 sub section 1 because she was not allowed to attend Shoppers and stole items from there when she was on probation. The amount that she had stolen from all stores totalled to an amount that exceeded $5000. Judge Kehoe then had made a decision to sentence Shauna as guilty since she has violated many sections of the criminal code and not respected the conditions she was to…

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    In the sentence If the test was held on Sunday, more people could take it, something sounds a little strange to our linguistic competency, which is our “hidden knowledge” of a language (Mihalic̆ek and Wilson). It may be difficult to point out the error, but instinctively we know an error lies somewhere within the sentence. According to Martha Kolln, “In if clauses that express a wish or a condition contrary to fact, we use were as the standard form of be, no matter what the subject” (Kolln and…

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    if you commit a crime you can be sentenced to do time in jail, have to pay a fine such as a speeding ticket. If a criminal serves enough of their time or is in good behavior they can be eligible for probation. Probation is the suspension of jail time. Probation allows a person to remain living in the community under the supervision of a probation officer. While of probation some people are required to have a job. Violating these terms may cause the court to end the probation and send you to jail…

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    skills there have been many studies and theories conducted regarding the development of language in the human mind including nature vs. Nurture. Ideas support that language development is natural, while other ideas believe there are external factors. This Essay illustrates and focuses on firstly Phonological (The way sound is stored in the mind, Sound is said), Syntactic (How language is used to combine words, sentences). Semantic (Understanding appropriate use of phrases, sentences, definition)…

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    When preposition on occur before a specific date or day of the week ( related to time ), it is removed or omitted from the sentence in USEng. E.g. USEng : The new store will open Feb. 1st EngEng: The new store will open on Feb. 1st 2.Before temporal nouns indicating repetition or habitual action, the preposition may be omitted in USEng (the nouns must become plural if deletion occurs): USEng :He works days and studies nights EngEng: He works…

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    institutional integrity of the court and, by extension, the system established by chapter III of the Constitution. Since the question is whether the legislation is valid under the constitution allows the high court to rule on the legislations validity. Previous A previous case was brought to the high court similarly challenging the VLAD Act, where it argued that the Vicious lawless association act is constitutionally invalid, because it undermines the institutional integrity of the Queensland…

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    Michelle was using new words every day and began speaking in longer sentences. Some examples of her sentences were, “I like to play with my doll house and my dolls”, “Baby Nick is crying because he is hungry”,” I like donuts but I don’t like carrots”, “After I take my nap I get to go to my ballet class”. These are good examples of Brow’s stage V because the sentences are conjoined sentences by conjunction words (Shulman, & Singleton, 2010). Michelle was still attending her gym and music…

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    are; This law helps keeps criminals off the street for longer periods of time, thus, causing the crime rate to decrease. Based on that argument I must argue that this not true, statistic that we will get into later have proven that this is not a deterrent to crime. Daily our prison population continues to grow soon, there will not be enough room for prisoners to go. This law has put a blanket sentence on people in specific crimes, crimes are crimes however, there are crimes committed without…

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    Implicit Association Test Jennifer Johnson ETH/125 November 27, 2010 Leah J. Mancuso Implicit Association Test My result of IAT is about the same as I am. I results say that I treat everything equally and fairly. This was very all the tests. I think it was correct because I do not judge people at all. I think that it depends on how you see people. I think it depends on the person doing it and reflexes. Each answer requires the person to push a button on race or group. I think reflexes…

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    Charles Manson was born on November 12,1934 in Ohio. He is known for his notorious killings of Hollywood stars. He was interviewed by Tom Snyder about his life before and after he was prosecuted for the crimes he committed. In the interview, the relationship caused the interview to lose its credibility. In the interview both Snyder and Manson insulted one another while asking and answering questions. While asking a question,at the beginning of the interview, Snyder identified Manson as a…

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