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    INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE I AND II (Lab Exercise #7) TO: Mr. Francis Burke, Forensic Science Laboratory FROM: Jason Skidmore, Scot Turner, Matthew Wills, and Martin Maldonado: Team Microsil SUBJECT: Tool Mark Impressions A. Description of Assignment This lab was divided into two separate days. On Tuesday, January, 26tht, 2016 in the Police Academy’s Forensic Lab Room 321 at 12:29 a.m., team Microsil began the first part of their Tool Mark Impressions lab. The first part was comprised looking at tools under a stereo microscope, to see if there was any harsh marks or impressions on them. The second day was on Thursday, January 28th, 2015 at 12:31 p.m., this day was comprised of using two different Mikrosil tubes to create a gooey solution to put into a hole or chip on a wood board so we could get an impression of that mark. B. Description of Method Before starting the lab we were told by Professor Burke to clean the stereo microscope with a water/bleach solution, they were both already at our lab table. We let the solution which was made up of a cap of bleach and half a bottle of water sit for 60 seconds, so it could effectively work. After wiping them down, it was then time to start the first part of the lab, which was to examine the tools that were already at our lab table. While examining the tools, Professor Burke told us to look for any harsh marks or impressions that were on them and record it. We then recorded what we saw in the lab worksheet.…

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    The Quiet American Essay

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    The film The Quiet American, based off the classic novel by Graham Greene and directed by Phillip Noyce. Based in Saigon, 1952, in the middle of the Vietnam war between the communist and the French. The film follows a long-time war journalist from London named Thomas Fowler and his complicated love life between a catholic woman who does not believe in divorce and the Vietnamese women named Phuong whom he has fallen in love with. Fowler meets an unlikely friend, Alden Pyle, an aid worker for the…

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    Gilletts Case Study

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    Gilletts put a lot into staff training this includes, challenge 25, sparkling service and an extensive training folder for new starters going through work safety, customer service, theft, security and produce procedures Staff must be trained in all aspects of the job to fullfill their role properly and to get it “right first time”. Phillip Crosby was credited with the “right first time” approach. Right first time should mean zero defects. His approach came up with 4 absolutes of quality…

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    (as home price changing percentage increases, unemployment rate decreases; and vice versa). In the leading cities, the average unemployment rate was 7.1%, which is the below the media value (7.4%), and the home price change percentage was 62.6%. In the other hand, the lagging cities had an average unemployment rate of 9.3% (way over the media), and the home price change percentage was 15.9%. These percentages clearly demonstrate the negative correlation! But to approach this problematic from a…

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    Philip Musica who used the name F. Donald Coster bought the McKesson & Robbins in 1926 (Foster, p. 5). The owners of McKesson & Robbins sold the company which F. Donald Coster bought. Philip Musica had been involved in several fraud cases before he bought the pharmaceutical company Mckesson & Robbins. The Musica family had been involved in a scandal in which the family bribed custom officials. “The Musicas had been paying fine Italian cheeses recorded at a fraction of their actual weight…

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    Short Story Of Los Santos

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    Los Santos: a sprawling sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and fading celebrities, once the envy of the western world, now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and cheap reality TV. On a normal day Michael would wake up or come home to the normal sounds of bickering and yelling but to him it was all the same, he had seen worse, been in worse situations. Despite the brokenness of his family which was lost in money, and things like yoga and drinking kale…

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    Lacrosse In America Essay

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    Did you know the first sport played in the Americas was lacrosse? The game of lacrosse can be considered as the oldest sport in the Americas. The sport of lacrosse has been around since the Native Americans freely roamed the Americas. The sport was not always just for fun, it also had spiritual and traditional aspects to it. The Indians believed that lacrosse was the “Creator’s Game”. The game was often played to resolve conflicts, heal the sick, and develop stronger men for battle. The…

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    context there may be issues they don’t know they have,” says Susan Hess, a psychology professor at UNH, about those who romanticize the illness on social media. “Why are they lured in - it’s complicated, the act of doing that, how does that serve them? They could connect around a lot of other things, but why mental illness?” For those who do have diagnosable depression, the romanticization can be painful for them to witness. “It honestly makes me sad, because people don’t realize how terrible…

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    What side, emotions or actions? The book A Separate Peace by well known Yale graduate John Knowles is about two boys, Gene and Finny, and their life outside the war at a boarding school called Devon. The boys are best friends also loosely based of of John Knowles experience at a boarding school, and an accident happens in which Finny's fall from the tree and Gene's fall from innocence can be traced to unresolved tensions. Tensions created by the mixed feeling of envy and admiration in which Gene…

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    Throughout A Separate Peace, Knowles uses juxtaposition to develop the characters of Gene and Phineas, also known as Finny. They are always with each other, and Gene even juxtaposes himself against Finny multiple times in the book. Consequently, these contrasts between them help establish their character; who they really are. One example of juxtaposition would be how Gene and Finny performed in school. Each of the boys had something they excelled at. For Finny, it was athletics; for Gene is…

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