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    (NAICS) for Vail Trappings: 811420 (re upholstery), 314120 (draperies), 451130 (fabric) and 442291 (window treatments) according to NAICS.com (n.d.). The following statistics from the BARNES reports (2014) show a promising growth trend: Forecasts indicated improvement in the U.S. Retail Industry in 2014 and 2015. This overall economic improvement added disposable income to citizens ' pockets, increased consumer confidence and added demand, which impacted the retail, wholesale and manufacturing industries. (BARNES Reports, 2013). Environment The Vail Valley Partnership (VVP), a combined Chamber of Commerce for Vail, Avon, Edwards, Eagle and Gypsum, provides two indications of local economic improvement: low unemployment and increasing sales tax collections: (vailvalleypartnership.com, 2015) • In July 2015, Eagle County 's unemployment rate decreased to…

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    Vail, Colorado, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Also, one of my favorite places to travel. I always get so excited to go to there with my dad’s side of my family. My dad is one out of seven children of Grandma and Grandpa Clawson and they have over 40 grand children. With this big of family, we obviously have such a fun time together no matter what type of vacation it is. Almost everything about Vail is amazing. I love waking up to the smell of camp fire or just beautiful mountain…

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    Owls Vs Barn Owl Essay

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    Owls are a nocturnal birds of prey with large eyes, a facial disc, a hooked beak, and typically a loud hooting call. Owls belong to a group of birds that includes about 205 species.These species are sorted into two basic groups, the true owls or typical owls, Strigidae; and the barn owls, Tytonidae. There are 16 species of barn owls. Typical owls are more diverse than barn owls, with nearly 190 species in about 23 genera. Typical owl is from 5 to 28 inches tall (13 to 71 centimeters); Barn…

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    Kangaroo Characteristics

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    One of the traits Kangaroos have is a 324-degree field of vision with 25-degree overlap. This allows for them to see in almost all directions allowing for Kangaroos to have higher chances of survival because it allows them to see possible predators before they arrive. It also especially helps because of there climate which is mostly desert flatlands and preys can come from places, from the ground, the skies and from all sides so such big field of vision allows for them to be protected. Another…

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Fort Mill, SC) According to BirdWatching.com, 914 species of birds call North America home, north of the Mexican border, including the Red-throated Loon, the Brown Pelican and the Spotted Rail. Individuals love to watch birds, as each species has their own unique style and characteristics, and America is currently home to 15 different species of hummingbirds. An easy way to enjoy birds from the comfort of one's own home or office is to make use of a hummingbird feeder…

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    Eagles were one of the most successful and best-selling bands of the 1970’s. (Liscu, Jenny (January 20, 2000). "The Eagles: Twenty-Six Million Served". Rolling Stone.) Members of the group came from different parts of the United States to California, to pursue their passion in music. Their greatest and most successful album is called Hotel California. Eagles tried to bring up the dark truth under the shiny surface of their lives. Their message was mainly toward the younger audience who were…

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    it. I walked into the classroom expecting thing to be no different than they had been the past days. I sat in my seat and patiently waited for Taylor to arrive so that I could tell her about my plans for the weekend. Still waiting and she never showed up. I began to feel and very empty feeling in my stomach like I just had been punched. Taylor wasn’t coming to school and I didn’t know how I was going to get through the day without her. The day couldn’t of went any slower I didn’t think it was…

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    Owls Vs Ostriches

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    In case of emergency, every animal needs a way to escape or defend themselves. Owls have better mechanisms that ostriches for defense and catching food. Owls and ostriches are two drastically different animals and they both have different ways of hunting, eating, and getting away from predators. Everything about these two creatures is different, for good reason. An ostrich is made for running fast in the deserts and plains and various places, while the owl is made for flying high and soaring to…

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    The green bee-eater (also known as the little green bee-eater) is a small species of bee-eater bird found throughout parts of Africa and Asia. The green bee-eater is one of 26 species of bee-eater, a group of birds that a primarily found throughout Africa and in parts of Asia and the Middle East. The green bee-eater is found on grasslands and in open forests on both the African and Asian continents, and is widely distributed across sub-Saharan Africa from Senegal and Gambia to Ethiopia, the Nile…

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    everywhere, serve good fodder for animals. Maldharie’s cattle feed on them, making milk and generate money for their owners. This is the time of festival for Mother Nature here. Numbers of migratory birds’ species come from different part of the globe. They stay here throughout the winter. Migratory bird starts arriving from month of Septembers and population of migratory birds is on peak by the January. Sky becomes arena of avian predators looking for prey. Large folks of common crane can…

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