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    that needed plenty of reading, because they knew my English was not very good. However, I should never take it for granted. I should improve my reading skills and try to challenge myself next time by doing more readings. 7. Key messages to be provided on the first day for the next class For the first day of the next class, key massages should be provided for what A509 is about. Though the schedule was clear about what should be expected everyday, I took three days to find out that the class is actually about teamwork. I thought the class was lecture based. 8. Expected grade earned/desired A Citation Mayer-Schönberger, V., & Cukier, K. (2013). Big data: A revolution that will transform how we live, work, and think. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.…

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    then you can see. Edinburgh, Scotland has plenty of dark secrets. I have some information that I find horrifically terrifying, but also sad due to the events that no human should have to live through. In the 1600s Edinburgh was the witch capital of the world. Willoughbymassive says that even if someone would point at you and call you a witch in the marketplace, was pretty much considered a death sentence. (willoughbymassive) The town had something called the walking of the witches. That’s where…

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    “ I think it comes from growing up reading Nancy Drew Novels. I loved them, but I was a geeky little kid. I always knew I was never going to have this perfect Nancy Drew life. So I put my idea of a perfect life in my books. The protagonist of the story loves to read Nancy Drew Novels, like me.” Then fans wanted to know how the book came about. “Normally, I am a paranormal writer-or I was-but then when I tried to write my fourth book with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt as a paranormal book, it just…

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    God's caring and speaks of Him in stanza three; "As God comes a loving bedfellow and sleeps at my side all night and close on the peep of day "(Whitman 2745). William Cullen Bryant also has thoughts similar to Whitman's. In Bryant's "To a Waterfowl," he says, "He who, from zone to zone, guides through the boundless sky thy certain flight, in the long way that I must tread alone, will lead my steps aright" (Bryant 2676). God is the giver of life and the taker but allows us to continue through…

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    Definition Of Heroes Essay

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    heroes you will ever run across. They choose to put their lives on the line to defend people with little thought to their safety. They come face to face with our advisories to keep us secure. It is a magnificent feeling knowing our enemies must go through them to get to us. These men and women are our guardian angels, additionally; they are always there even without you realizing it. They are mighty heroes who need to be respected. The definition of a hero “In mythology and legend, a man, often…

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    Movie Analysis: The Office

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    A13705823 Professor Michael D. High Television Comedy and American Values 17 October 2016 The Office: A Critical Analysis The Office, an American television comedy series that aired on NBC from March 24, 2005 to May 16, 2013, depicts the mundane lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. It takes on the style of the mockumentary, with Michael Scott (portrayed by Steve Carell) as the leading character of the series, who serves as Regional…

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    The Office is a television show that aired in 2005 and went off aired in 2013. The show was filmed as a documentary that looks into the inside of a small paper company Dunder-Mifflin in Pennsylvania. Being filmed as a documentary the show was able to capture everyday interactions in a work place. The Office was remarkable in capturing conflict throughout the nine seasons. Conflict is defined as when two or more people come into a collision or disagreement. From the show the audience…

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    The Office is an amazing TV series. This sitcom follows the daily life of Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. Watching the characters interact and react to different situations is truly hilarious. Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell, is the manager. His crazy personality made so many fans fall in love with his priceless character. In season six, Steve Carell left the show. Ratings dropped significantly. While the show was still good the last 2 seasons, it suffered. Like Michael Scott is to The Office, so…

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    You can get a review on how well a blue Bic pen performs on a piece of offset ivory 12.5 inch Dunder Mifflin paper. It doesn’t even matter if that paper company doesn’t exist, there’s a review on it! Let’s take that earlier example for review: after everything 's said and done, when you’re full and tastebuds satisfied from that great margarita, your server slips you a survey. He/she says that if you fill out this survey you can come in next time and get a free appetizer. Not only are you telling…

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    The television show that I chose to watch was The Office. It is a sitcom that is a “documentary” about a paper company called Dunder Mifflin in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The characters that I chose to analyze are Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), Jim Halpert (John Krasinski), Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer), and Michael Scott (Steve Carell). Dwight Schrute works at Dunder Mifflin as a sales representative. He wears the same type of clothes everyday, a mustard-colored dress shirt, dark tie, and a brown…

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