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    moving fin with him was a fairly easy task. Although my dad has done a phenomenal job of being both mom and dad, there are things in a young woman’s life that her mother usually takes the lead on in order to educate her. Like, when a young woman starts her menstrual cycle her mom will usually take her to the store and buy her the appropriate products while teaching her all of the ins and outs of this new change. As these times pass in my life, I try to take the burden off of my father’s shoulders and educate myself through research from the internet and my friends’ experiences. Two years after my mother’s passing, my dad and I made a substantial move from Dallas, Texas, to Miami, Florida. My father had grown up in the Florida Keys but because of his job the closest we could get to the Keys was Miami. I had finished elementary school in Texas so by the time that we had finished moving to Miami my first year in middle had started. To say that the conversion from a predominantly Caucasian school to an extremely diverse school was a culture shock would be an understatement. I was one of three white children at my new middle school. A girl on my school bus had once tried to fight me because her friend had told her that I had called her and unsavory word. I sat in my usual sea, anxiously waiting to leave school when she ran through the school bus aisle staring directly into my eyes. As she approached me she began to holler about me disrespecting her. I honestly had no idea…

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    The Fishin Song

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    vicariously through spoken word and song. Never has it truly been written down or recorded and research has never been able to find a song quite like my great grandfather’s Fishin’ Song. Instead it is a piece of verbal history that will continue to be sung to future generations in our family, both keeping our history alive and the memory of my great grandfather. The Fishin’ Song is not the only oral history in our family in fact, most of our history is kept alive by the stories my parents and…

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    Data Insecurity

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    responsibility. The key is the ownership of the data. The provider becomes the lawful owners of the data. Providers have to manage that to which the data is to be provided. So this provider is given the power to make the necessary decisions in accordance to the situation. The owners, on the other side, become satisfied with regard to the safety of the data. They are ensured that their data will be protected. Everything related to the data is done by the cloud provider. He is just like an owner…

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    Zigbee Attack Essay

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    packets. This will drain the battery of the Zigbee module and can be used to disable the device [9]. The second and most overlooked attack is a physical attack on the actual Zigbee device. Zigbee devices are not very secure. They often store the network key information in plain text without encryption or password protection. Simple AT commands can often be used to retrieve this information if the device is physically accessible. All Zigbee devices in the network have access to the encryption…

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    Essay On Oakmont

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    aren’t found near its beaches. And yes, we know how gorgeous those are. We at ICI Homes live here too. Go west — and inland — by a couple hours from Florida’s northeast Atlantic Coast beaches. Here, you’ll find the city of Gainesville smack dab in the midst of northern Central Florida and Alachua County. This is Gator country, home to the University of Florida and its namesake athletic teams. Although the Gainesville area shines as UF’s hometown, it’s also known for its flora and fauna and…

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    Vulnerable Population

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    Social and Environmental Profile Cultural, Social and Economic Impact Vulnerable Populations Southern Florida has a large migrant farm worker population that could be negatively impacted by food shortages and thus labor shortages across the state and county. These individuals rely on the income made through harvesting in order to provide for their families and are often the most marginalized in society. Low income residents will also be impacted if aerial spraying continues in the region. Food…

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    Hooters Research Paper

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    Beach, it is Hooters. Hooters has been around since April 1st, 1986 and has seen many different kinds of people. Whether it may be customers, Hooters girls, cooks, or managers, these restaurants always seem to bring out the best in people. In June 2005, a man by the name of Markus Eddins was persuaded by a friend to apply to Hooters as a cook. They immediately hired him and he was then a cook for the next five years. For the first couple of years he was content with his position, but during…

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    The Perfect Vacation Ahh. . . What I would give to be back in Islamorada, Florida. Islamorada is one of the many sections of the Florida Keys. I would like to call this little piece of Earth paradise. Although I have only visited Islamorada once, it is my all-time favorite. I cannot imagine going anywhere else and falling in love like I did in the Keys. There is absolutely no place better than Islamorada, Florida. Waking up to a truly indescribable view is my idea of the perfect spot. No,…

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    Bass Fishing in Florida – Where to Fish for Bass in Florida Florida is known for its unbelievable water world and wildlife found throughout its land and waters. It is sometimes referred to as the best fishing in the entire United States. Florida is not only home to smallmouth bass and largemouth bass, but also to many additional species of fish. As Florida is such a well-known and popular tourist attraction, so are its rivers, lakes and ponds. Guided tours and guided fishing trips can be found…

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    When thinking of Florida and all of the snakes, alligators, bears and countless unknown insects, it doesn’t normally draw the attention to people of various age groups as an “enjoyable” place to live in. Although there are many cons to the state and what goes on it, the pros seem to outweigh them. There may be some wild animals and temperatures, but you never have to worry about shoveling snow in the winter! Having lots of history and attractions, beautiful weather, and tons of vacation spots by…

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