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    can see a lot of new habits and behaviors here. It is a new experience because I have never trained with another team since I was 9 years old and I have studied only in the Czech Republic. I will focus on „new things“ and try to compere with my experiences from the Czech Republic and on this comparison I will demonstrate aspects of American culture. My data will come from two sources. First source is practises which we have every day from…

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    The ABC Washing Machine Company wants to move to the Czech Republic with our front load washers and dryers As the CEO developing, analyzing and executing a marketing strategy is paramount. Evaluation starts with the economic, legal and political concerns in the Czech Republic. As stated in a report from 2014, “The Czech Republic is one of the most stable and prosperous markets in Central Europe. Although the country dropped seven places to 75th in the World Bank’s Doing Business rankings for…

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    Bohemia History

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    History of the area we call today the Czech Republic is quite interesting. Located in the middle of Europe, also known as the Heart of Europe, it was inhabited by many different cultures. The first cultures were quite primitive, but they have left their mark on history by creating the Venus of Dolní Věstonice, which is a small ceramic statue of a female figure. It is approximately twenty-five thousand years old, which makes it the oldest ceramic statue in the world. Then there were the early…

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    Driving to Austin one day, we spotted a billboard that said Schulenburg, TX: Home of the Painted Churches! My mother, the inquisitive person she is, searched the town up on the Internet. We were planning on traveling to Prague, Czech Republic in a month, and, coincidentally, she found out that original Czech settlers in the Hill Country had built the Churches. My mother’s wheels immediately started churning- Why not get a preview of Prague? My brother and I were not huge fans of this idea. We…

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    Name of Civilization/Nation: Kingdom Of Bohemia Modern Name: Czech Republic Location: Central Europe Rp Character's Name: I am going to make one, if the application is accepted Main Resource: Timber, Coal, and Iron. Type of Government: Absolute Monarchy Religion of the Country: Roman Catholic Why do you want this Civilization: I deeply admire Bohemian Culture and Architecture and i want to have this nation and bring its glory to the server. Describe the history of the nation: Bohemian Birth…

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    Visual Representation

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    representation, I added pictures to a map of the world to exemplify how I want to change the world. One of the ways I see the world is filled with compassion, and one way I want to add compassion to our world is by volunteering with my church and, ironically, with a group called compassion, in Chadirac, Haiti. I want to spread love to the children and city I help sponsor, and help the children know they are wanted. Another way I see the world is more sustainable, which is one of the reasons I…

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    actions, emotions, and colors. One Hundred Live and Die uses the game of language to leave the meaning of the work open for interpretation from the viewers and allows room for conversation. One Hundred Live and Die is a large wall installation that is 118 x 132 1/4 x 21 inches, consisting of neon tubing mounted on four metal monoliths. The intense neon words make it…

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    Catcher In The Rye Symbols

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    He wishes to prevent these children from losing their innocence and plummeting into the world of adulthood. This extended metaphor is not directly explained in the book, but it does give Salinger’s book its title. Word: colloquial language Definition: A characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conversation rather than formal speech or writing; informal. Quote: “All of a sudden, though, he interrupted me while I was shooting the bull. He was always interrupting you.”…

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    experiences that change her worldview and how she sees others. It explores concepts like poverty, death, misogyny and violence through her eyes. Sandra Cisneros carefully crafted Esperanza’s voice, her diction and poetic language to shape the meaning of the story. Esperanza narrates with simple but powerful language,…

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    A. Language enculturation At a very young age children start to learn our cultures language, this happens from observation. A child may unintentionally point to something like a tree and their parents will say that’s a tree, after doing that a few times they child learns. They also learn their language from listening to other member of the culture communicating to each other. It is rare for a member of our culture to learn a second language because we hardly come in contact with the outside…

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