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    Hudson Group Retail. The summary of the case is as follows, the complaint presented by the plaintiff, Wendie Dreves, age 58, against the defendant Hudson Group Retail stated that her male replacement, Jarrod Dixon, age 42, received a substantial pay increase as Dreves replacement when she was discharged after complaints of abusive and inappropriate behavior toward fellow employees. Dreves worked as a general manager for Hudson News 's retail operation at Burlington International Airport for about 7 years with 16 years of retail management experience. During that time, Dreves was awarded several merit pay increases with favorable review until her termination. Upon her termination, Jarrod Dixon, serving in lesser management roles for Hudson since joining the company in 2004 was picked a Dreves 's successor. Dreves charged unequal pay and was owed three days’ work in addition to two weeks unused vacation time…

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    Cree Tribe

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    The Cree is one of the largest of the largest groups in North America, with over 200,000 members and counting. Canada has over 135 registered bands. Intertribal marriage is to be blamed for such a large population. The language they speak is known as Algonquian, a subfamily of Native American languages. The Cree are tied together through their culture and that is of great significance to them and has survived through many years and hardships. At a time, the Cree were also found in the United…

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    There are two major canal system in Ohio, the Miami and Erie Canal and the Ohio and Erie Canal. Both canals start at Lake Erie and go south to the Ohio river. Work began on these canals in 1825. The Ohio and Erie canal’s construction, in the eastern part of Ohio, finished in 1833, but it would take the state and it workers another twelve years to finish the Miami and Erie canal, to the west. The canals faced many challenges after completion. They would often flood damaging the walls, locks, and…

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    Brooklyn Museum Analysis

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    factors for American Artists pursuing to define American identity. We also see the works of other artists such as Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Cole and Asher Brown Durand that utilize the sizes of their paintings to invoke a sense of individuality to their paintings and give recognition for their individual works. Both museums highlight the importance of the Hudson River school as the centerpiece of American Art History because they reflect original creativity that is unique to the United States.…

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    fellow, with thick bushy hair, and a grizzled beard. He bore on his shoulder a stout keg full with liquor." In the stories, the mystical characters also have another similarity. The mystical character that Tom meets wants him to do a job, "All these were under his command . . . that none could find them but such as propitiated his favor." The Devil wanted Tom to sell his soul to him and become a loan shark. Similarly, the mystical character that Rip meets also desires for Rip to do a job, "He…

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    The Industrial Revolution took place in 1760, this revolution economically and socially altered the way we live. Products were no longer made in small compacted cottages but instead, manufacturing took place in vast city factories. This created a colossal difference in our society today, which allowed for mass production. Mass production let us to create not several inventions in a short period of time, but thousands of them. The effectiveness of transportation has also changed dramatically,…

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    The life of a military significant other is one ever so admired. Many people think this is absolutely something that they’d love, to be in a relationship with a soldier; others, wouldn’t ever dream of it. Though, many look upon it as such a romantic life style. Well, news flash, it’s a royal pain in the ass. You can go days, weeks, sometimes even months without having the chance to speak to one another. So many that are in this lifestyle, though they may hate it, they love it. They all know that…

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    The Industrial Revolution , the change from home and hand production to factory and machinery. During this time period many new inventions came along such as steamboats , which could travel without wind or current , this invention played a huge part in one of America’s greatest creation at this time period , the Erie canal. The creation of the Erie canal created a route from the Atlantic ocean of the Hudson river to the great lakes of lake Erie, helping stimulate the economy of America and the…

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    Focusing: A Short Story

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    I sighed. School can be so frustrating—after all, everywhere you look there’s pressure. Peers, teachers, parents; you name it. I can’t stand it normally, so imagine today. My friend—no sorry, “friend”—Leslie, was acting weird. Since the beginning of the year, she’s suddenly interested in other people. This isn’t an issue, except for the fact that she wasn’t herself with those people. Not to mention, she tries to tell me how much she enjoys my company as soon as she’s away from these other…

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    People have known that people who are rich can do whatever they want. All that money they have, they can spend as much as they want with no complaint. Especially that power they have which makes it easier for them to enjoy life. While the poor have no power so they can’t do whatever they mostly want. They also can’t spend a lot since they don’t earn as much as a rich person. We don’t have much of a choice to obey so we can earn money. But the rich abuse their power and use the poor people like…

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