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    Essay On White House

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    Have you ever been in the White House. Have you ever seen the president in real life. Do you know where he even lives. Well you guessed it the White House. The White House is where the president of the United States live ever known president lived there except president washington according to DC Ducks. But don't you want to know how the White House was built and how it was designed. James Hoban (the designer of the White House born in 1758 in County Kilkenny the republic of Ireland and died Dec 8 1831 in D.C.) was appointed to rebuild the house, and after the build President James Monroe moved into the building in 1817. During Monroe’s agency, the South Portico was constructed in 1824, and Andrew Jackson oversaw the addition of the North Portico in 1829. During the late 19th century, various proposals were made to undoubtedly expand the White House to build an entirely new house for the president of the U.S, but these plans were never realized. In 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt began a major renovation of on the White House, including the redirection of moving the presidential offices from the Second Floor to the West Wing which was designed in 1933. Have you ever wondered what is in the White House and all it secrets it holds well according to fox news it say that the White House has a twin in Ireland. This all happened when Irish architect James Hoban entered a newspaper contes to find a builder for the President’s House in 1792,his winning design was on the Leinster…

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    Introduction The vulnerable population is made up of several groups of residents in Baltimore. These groups consist of the elderly, homeless, disabled, and immigrants. While researching about Baltimore City it has become apparent the biggest barrier to resource retrieval by vulnerable populations is their understanding of available help. These barriers vary by group and include reduced visual and audible abilities, lack of education leading to illiteracy, language barriers, and lack of…

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    Title Lynae Donald was born in Newton, Iowa and while it's far from her favorite city, she still considers it her home. She remains close to her family and looks up to them with high regard. As a child she spent quite a bit of time with her grandmother who she says taught her many things. The examples given by members of her family may have affected the way she tries to be an example for others and encourage them--like in her motivational speech "You Can Do It". She plans to…

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    form of party identification may be handed down from parents and how they raise you. Voters typically tend to vote for the party that they most identify with and develop an emotional tie. The text tells us that to run for president as an Independent, a candidate must register and petition each state through obtaining a certain number of voters’ signatures (Ginsberg et. Al, 210-213). Many candidates who enter the candidacy as an independent eventually move into the democratic or republican…

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    The interdependence theory is a great theory that was chosen to be focused on in this article. I can relate to the ideas that were formed around this one theory. Ultimately women do pay close attention to all three of the independent variables although one variable may stick out more than the others depending on the person. There are countless factors on both the men and the women in an abusive relationship. The men may have had a past experience that’s made them to be abusive. As in my story,…

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    Independent Study Proposal

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    Introduction This report explores the benefits of a Kent Denver sponsored Independent Study Program and finds that a flexible and informal program is pragmatic, easy to implement and enhances the excellence of the Kent Denver academic experience for willing students. Part II outlines the first draft of the plan and includes explicit procedures for the continuation of the research program, which will run for the most part, independent of interference from the Kent Administration and Faculty.…

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    Results The dependent variable in this is whether or not the veterans suffer from depression. It is the dependent variable because in this case, depression is dependent on the number of years has served in the military or if they have served at all. The independent variable is the variable that is not dependent on another. In this case, having depression is not a determining factor for serving in the military. The variable name for depression is ‘DEPRESS’ and the variable name for the number of…

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    1. As noted in table 1 of Hensen et al., the dependent variables are: • fear of cyberstalking by intimate partners • fear of cyberstalking by friends/acquaintances • fear of cyberstalking by strangers 2. The age coefficient in regarding fear of cyberstalking by an intimate partner as noted on table 2 is –0.11. Furthermore, the value associated with age in the section of intimate partner is noted with a single * so we know that p is less than or equal to 0.05. The value associated with the…

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    Gum Synthesis Lab Report

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    Abdullah Al-Suraie April, 5.2015 Class: A Mr. Washington Focus Problem: Does chewing gum help you concentrate more efficiently? Prelab: The independent variable is the gum, and the independent variable is the level of concentration. The control group used no gum. The place and surrounding environment was constant for all. All participants were mails that are the ages between 14-16 years old. The questions were given to all participants, and they were given five minutes to study the…

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    individual. I know for sure that there aren’t just two to three adjectives to describe somebody but three adjectives that describe me perfectly is ambitious, attentive, and gregarious. There are also a few adjectives that I need to work on to help me in school and in the world, being independent and truly confident. I believe that I am very ambitious both in school and outside of school. By being ambitious I am able to achieve good grades in school. Being ambitious to get good grades, I complete…

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