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    The daily recommended number of milligrams for cholesterol is 300 mg. While my intake of cholesterol was way below the recommended amount. For the sodium, the daily recommended amount is 2400 mg. My intake of sodium below the amount recommended as well. The Food Guide Pyramid has only a certain amount of servings that the average person should eat every day. While My plate servings depend on the age, sex, and level of physical activity. My opinion on the Food Guide Pyramid is that it doesn’t put enough thought into average person’s sex, age, and their physical activity. Cause the amount could be different for each person. Then the My plate recommendations have servings for different ages, sex, and what their physical activity would be. My lifestyle and emotional state affects my consumption greatly. I am very emotional and so at times I would binge eat, because of how I felt about my body. That I didn’t look good, because of my weight. Seeing that I don’t exercise much makes me feel even more unhealthy. Most of the time I don’t catch myself binge eating, but the people around me do. Though I try my best…

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    Food Groups Activity 7- Jack and the Hungry Giant (intro to serving size) Standards: K.1 The student will demonstrate growth in the use of oral language. a) listen to a variety of literacy forms, including stories and poems; K.2 The student will expand understanding and use of word meanings. a) increase listening and speaking vocabularies; K.8: The student will expand vocabulary. a) discuss meanings of words; b) develop vocabulary by…

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    Carnival Triumph

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    We get off port and see a street vendor selling some excursions to the pyramids. We purchase nine excursions for fifty dollars each, which was incredibly cheap. My brother and I, being the fearless persons we are, we had the chance to climb an ancient two hundred feet Aztec pyramid. The climb up was incredibly scary. The steps up were about at a foot high and very steep. Climbing up felt like a small gust of wind could just blow you over and send you tumbling down the pyramid. Upon reaching the…

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    Ziggurats Research Paper

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    The very word stands as the pinnacle of ancient and exotic, and the structures themselves are some of the most impressive and monumental traces of civilizations long past. Built throughout Mesopotamia by several different cultures including the Sumerians and Babylonians, ziggurats are some of the world's first huge architecture. Their creation and purpose has long been of interests to archeologists studying the civilizations of the Fertile Crescent. Building Zigguat's was a complex, gradual and…

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    Great Pyramids

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    The Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza, Egypt. The designations of the Pyramids Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure correspond to the kings for whom they were built. It’s located on the northern edge of the Giza Plateau, Cairo, Egypt. The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one to remain largely today. This gigantic Great Pyramid of Giza was the…

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    Analysing Essay Deconstruction The quality, format, and use of communication conventions determines the effectiveness of a formal literary essay. In the essay Studying Literature in Grade 12, by Mrs. Phillips, the text demonstrates an example of a improper persuasive essay. This is shown through the content, incorrect language conventions, MLA citation and plagiarism, as well as the essay structure. Without these details one cannot achieve an effective essay. Mrs. Phillips…

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    Ashley started working as a Tesco night manager in 2005. He worked there for around three years until he decided to leave as he was not seeing his partner much and wanted to be his own boss. On a personal note, his promotion he had been promised was given to a new employee that used to go to the same private school as the store manager. In 2008 he left Tesco and set up a concrete moulds for computers and ornaments business a small business where he sculpted garden ornaments and made moulds…

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    After four years of meaningless lectures and pointless assignments, high school English class has abandoned me at the gates of university with only the slightest writing skills. English Composition 1 has been an academic life saver, providing writing skills and concepts that will be of the absolute necessity for all my future endeavors. So far every essay I have written for English Composition 1 has received an acceptable score, so I think I think I have applied at least some of the literary…

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    THEORY OF WRITING: ITERATION III In my first theory of writing iteration, I stated that writing was communication with words. For writing to be effective, it had to fulfil a purpose and conveyed a message successfully. Although I still believe this to be true, I also declared that effective writing involved correct usage of grammar, spelling, punctuation, organization, etc. No longer agreeing with this statement, it was the initial concept that challenged the way I view effective writing that…

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    assignment, I analyzed “Apple Style Guide” by Apple Inc. This style guide is intended for use by writers, editors, and developers as a reference to writing style, usage and Apple product terminology. Writers and editors should pay close attention to this guide as it can help them become familiar with topics involved in creating high-quality, dependable materials and documents. Apple developers should follow this guide for assistance with any text that they will implement in their software that…

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