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  • Teddy Bear Research Paper

    Human Sized Teddy Bear: Ultimate Guide to Picking the Right Size Show your girlfriend or boyfriend you care with an awesome gift. Sure, you might be holding each other, but we also need something big and furry to hug every once in a while. What better gift could you get than a giant teddy bear? Your loved one will beam with joy and rush to embrace their new teddy bear - just don’t feel bad when they love that bear more than you. We have an adorable collection of unique, customizable teddy…

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  • Organic Art Nouveau Essay

    Construction Organic Architecture is a style that aims to be in unison with the environment. It strives to be in harmony with nature; not dominate and destroy it. This architectural style seeks to blend in with its environment, to appear as if the house has ‘grown’ with nature itself. Unlike other design eras, buildings that are influenced by this style will not look out of place or disrupt the peace of its surrounding. Demonstrating in the name ‘Organic Architecture’, this style of buildings…

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  • The Great Fire Analysis

    The Great Fire by Jim Murphy It was Sunday and an unusually warm evening for October eighth, so Daniel “Peg Leg” Sullivan left his stifling little house in the west side of Chicago and went to visit neighbors. One of his stops was at the shingled cottage of Patrick and Catherine O’Leary. The one-legged Sullivan remembered getting to the O’Learys’ house at around eight o’clock, but left after only a few minutes because the O’Leary family was already in bed. Both Patrick and Catherine had to be up…

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  • Vibration Absorber Essay

    each of the X and Y-axis directions. This weight would be equally divided between either side of the bracelet to keep it balanced. A weight of 0.168 pounds in steel was going to be large and bulky. It was going to be too large to be workable. On the other hand, a lead mass would be smaller than steel it was still too large to work. So they decided that we required the thickest material that we could get. This search led them to tungsten. Tungsten is extremely thick, hard, and expensive. Since…

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  • The House-Tree-Person Test

    The House/Tree/Person Test Tianjiao Ma Why This Topic I’ve read a book called “A Guide Book of the House-Tree-Person Test” in high school. It simplely introduces that test takers are asked to draw a house, a tree, and a person separately. Then, based on the way they draw and matched it with the samples in the book, individuals are able to roughly interperate and analyze test takers’ personalities. I found it very interesting, and therefore, I developed an informal and nonacademic study to…

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  • Problems A President Face In Managing The Executive Branch Essay

    branch, working with the Congress, and managing the national debate over national security policy, which involves numerous other players.” Such problems faced by a president include interdepartmental friction, burden of employee coordination, and large size of executive staff. In America, there are three levels of government, namely; the federal, state, and the local governments. Within each government, there are various departments or agencies which sometimes share responsibilities in…

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  • Extended Republic

    Republic in America Governments are only as effective as their structure allows them to be. A government that is large and unwieldy will rarely be efficient due to the red tape and bureaucracy bogging it down. The power structure in a monarchy differs from the structure in a republic. When deciding the shape of the American government, the Founding Fathers carefully considered all shapes and sizes of government to try and find what would suit the new nation the best in the wake of the Articles…

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  • Disadvantages Of Broadsheet Newspaper

    Changes to the publishing industry at the beginning of the eighteenth century led to the adoption or large pages, or broadsheets, in the printing of newspapers. The use of a larger page for newspaper publication meant that editions could present more information, especially if they arranged information and articles into columns and used smaller text. Ultimately the Broadsheet format lead to inclusion of editorial commentary and critique as well as the hiring of permanent writers and the…

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  • Case Study Of Chi Square Test For Niche

    Figure 1. Chi Square Test for Niche lab conducted at Owings Mills North.Behaivors of several species of birds (Tufted titmouse, dark eyed junco, black-capped chickadee, northern cardinal, mourning dove, purple finch, house sparrow, and white breasted nuthatch) were observed at feeding station. The three possible behaviors are feeding at the feeder, feeding on the ground, or feeding in the tree. Assignment questions 1-4 Given the results of the chi square, the birds feeding behavior are…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Perfect Tiny House

    some trouble. That brings me to tiny houses. These tiny houses could be perfect for me, after all I don’t need too much room. Selecting the perfect tiny house can be difficult. Some the house absolutely needs to have enough storage. I also don’t want something too small, so the change isn’t to drastic. I want it to have some sort of design, maybe something not too bright or colorful. The most important thing is to stay in my budget. They first showed me a blue house. The blue color was a bit…

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