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    “…And bring back Springsteen, Madonna way before Nirvana there was U2 and Blondie and music still on MTV…” I credit my Dad for influencing the style of music I enjoy listening to. To this day he enjoys reliving his high school and college days listening to songs from his generation. Therefore, the exposure to his music has now made my dad’s style of music my personal favorite. The style of music my dad listened to and still listens to is 80’s “hair bands” and “punk rock”. Some bands from the 80’s hairband genera included various groups such as: Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Poison, The Go-Go’s and ABBA. This music is still very popular and widely played all across the country, bringing people like my Dad back to their glory days. I can still remember going to my first rock concert. In 2002 my Dad took me to a Go-Go’s concert at Six Flags in St. Louis. I still remember the music, the people, feeling, how loud it was and leaving late at night. I feel that by listening to this genera of music I have been greatly influenced and would say this is my favorite style of music. I will say it is hard to be a college student and live in today’s society and still be an 80’s music fan. Enjoying this style of music puts me in the minority with most of my friends. I do enjoy some of the new songs that are climbing the charts, however, only a slight few. I do have friends that listen to hard core rap music and I do enjoy listening to it with them on occasions. Listening to these songs with my…

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    Pop, Rock, and Country music has changed a lot throughout the decades especially since the 1970’s and 80’s compared to 2016 music. Obviously I wasn’t born yet so all this research is from family members, the internet or conversations with people in local music shops. In the 70’s and 80’s you had a lot of good bands and musicians such as Aerosmith, Aero Speed Wagon, Billy Joel and a bunch of others that were great that we could name. The music types most people listened to in the 70’s and 80’s…

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    Music Influence On Fashion

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    significant differences that set them apart. Music influence on the seventies was huge, it’s the introduction of the bell bottom jeans, and the psychedelic hippie style we all know today. A big musical influence in the seventies was David Bowie. David Bowie was a leader of the glam rock era also known as glitter rock. Glam rock is defined as, “a style of rock music first popular in the early 1970s, characterized by male performers wearing exaggeratedly flamboyant clothes and makeup”. Glam rock…

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    Fashion In The 1970s

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    the meaning and chooses the same style of outfit or oppose it. During this time, certain events like the Vietnam War, the protests for a group rights, and the uprising desire for a fitting ideal figure is an example that changed the way fashion represent its opinion in punk and glam look, the increase in denim, and sportswear. Many events started, continued or ended during the decade: the Vietnam War, protests, and body fitness. The first event of the decade, the Vietnam War (1954-1975) was a…

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    Wakeboarding Book Report

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    A moody teenager enters a wakeboarding competition, but first must overcome his personal obstacles to compete. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: MAHI RASHEED, a teenager, lives with his grandmother JEEG. Mahi also lives in the shadow of his father, who was once a great water skier. Mahi enters a water slalom skiing competition cheered on by his best friend CHIP CONLEY. SHIK LEE bullies Mahi. Shik competes in wakeboarding against BLAKE BOSS, a local legend. Blake’s sister, NILLY BOSS (teen), watches.…

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    treatment, ion-exchange, reverse osmosis, precipitation etc.) have been practiced for decades. But these techniques exhibit serious drawbacks such as high operational cost, generation of toxic metallic sludge in the case of non-selective precipitation and low efficiency in low concentrations like in the case of ion exchange and reverse osmosis. However biotechnological approaches, and more specifically biosoprtion can cover those niches due to lower cost, higher efficiency, biosorbent…

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    Carports are like the garage spaces you have in your houses. It functions the same way in giving protection to your cars. The only difference is that carports are not fixated. Instead, it is a portable and retractable device you can bring with you in your outdoor trips. The best carports for this generation are the ones made of metal, usually of aluminum or steel. There are also that has core panels made of insulated polystyrene foam. This is also wrapped with steel or aluminum. Most metal…

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    Magnesium Research Paper

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    \end{itemize} \subsection{Formability of Light Weight Metals at Warm…

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    Callaway Golf Case Study

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    being almost a point and shoot club. You may completely focus on controlling the impact force. Thereby, achieving the desired distance and control thereof. − Accuracy and Forgiveness: They fall into the category of ‘game improvement clubs’. Be assured that an optimum ratio of accuracy and forgiveness comes built in. You achieve accuracy from inherent design characteristics. Which offer help in the toe and lower on the face area of the blade. The most forgiving of the lot is the JPX-900 hot…

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    The word crucible has three defintions. The first defintion is a pot which, because it can withstand great heat, is used to melt iron and other metals. The second definition is a severe test or hard trial. The third definiton is an adjective used to describe a very high grade of steel. In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, John Proctor fits all three of the definitions of the word crucible. The first definition of the word crucible is a pot which, because it can withstand great heat, is used…

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