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    (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Hillary Cohen is a 26-year-old woman who has never known what it feels like to wear high heels, until Monday. "I mean this is very exciting. This is the first time I've seen the leg, it is beautiful - I feel very tall," said Hillary. Because of a medical condition that caused tumors to grow on her nerve endings in her leg, Hillary was forced to only wear flat, never heels. Then, two years ago at the age of 24, she made the difficult decision to have her right leg amputated. Shortly after the surgery, she met marathon survivor Heather Abbott through a nurse at Brigham and Women's Hospital. "I had my high heel leg on and she said 'I'll never get to wear them now,' but she thought mine was beautiful and I said, 'I really…

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    Hero’s Journey CALL TO ACTION Blip. Blip. Buzz. Text messages one after another came on Asian Name’s iPhone screen. They read, “Where are you? We’re waiting! Don’t forget the vodka! You promised to bring it.” Instead of hurrying out the door, she slowly walked toward her dresser and stared at herself in mirror. Her narrow, oblong face with prominent cheekbones and that small cleft chin were so abhorrent. Her slit-like eyes were mere dabs of royal blue that sat below her excessively thick, dark,…

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    not glaringly obvious to us. High arch, normal arch or flat foot, these are the 3 main foot types that can determine our ideal shoe, yet it is highly likely you won’t know which one describes your foot. As shoe styles adjust to coincide with current trends and fashions…

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    Blisters, calluses, pain, and swelling are all consequences of wearing heels. Yet some employers require woman to wear heels. For example, Nicola Thorp, a receptionist, was told by her employer that she must wear heels to work, she refused, arguing that it would impair her from doing her job. When she was sent home, without pay for her incompliance, she began a petition stating that allowing companies to force women to such policies were sexist. Does a woman’s footwear make her work more…

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    The Bata Shoe Museum’s current exhibits include, “The Pleasures and Perils of 19th Century Fashion”, which provides important information on the trading systems and technologies used to create shoes and other fashion items. Insight on the dawn of changes in fashion and its effects on masculinity and femininity can be gleaned from items in the exhibit. This is critical in understanding how people made fashion choices that reflected the culture of various periods in history. Shoes in the exhibit…

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    upper part of shoes by the 1830’s.The shoe buckle was invented during the third quarter of the 18th century.The buckle was removable and was made for straps,high-heeled,round-toed, and floral brocade shoes. Blaney 3 Sandals in early civilization were the most common shoe that people wore around mostly in Greece and Rome.In Mesopotamia mountain people had a certain type of soft shoe that they would were to have comfort when they had to go get resources and go up and down the mountain.An…

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    First you need to know there is a season time for airlines company, why? Because people usually travel at a certain time during the year so what airlines always do is higher their prices because they know that people would still buy their tickets, summer vacation are the worst time to travel because prices are so and airports are really crowded, winter and spring is the best time to travel but avoid Christmas time because its holiday season which prices could grow amazingly. Never ever buy your…

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    One of these strengths is New Balance 's sponsorship of an influential and diverse group athletes from all over the world, with the likes of Jose Bautista, Aaron Ramsey, and Milos Raonic to name a few. A strong social demand for companies to maintain a high level of corporate social responsibility acts as an external factor working to the benefit of an existing internal factor at New Balance. Everyday, New Balance works in a direction to one day become 100% waste free. Taking steps like…

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    They desperately needed to make changes but the transformation of the product was too sudden. They lost all of their old customers that his father probably worked hard to get. I think that they could keep producing some of the old shoes just to keep the old customers satisfied. Also the little village of Northampton is not a very good place to start a production of drag queen shoes. People living there are narrow minded and not too many of the Northampton residents would even walk into a store…

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    For example, Adidas extended its partnership with the German Football Association they celebrated four world cups as well as three European titles. Partnerships like this have successfully increased brand visibility, brand equity as well as increased sales. The company’s successful partnerships give them the opportunity to attract more partnerships and collaborations that can enhance major growing markets such as technology. Although, there is a great opportunity to be had here market…

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