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    The fictional novel, Lawn Boy, by Gary Paulsen, is about a boy who is given a lawn mower for his birthday. The story takes place in Lawn Boy’s neighborhood, in the garage at his house. When he gave his gift a test ride, his neighbor asked him if he could mow his lawn, and Lawn Boy said "yes." More and more people paid him to mow their lawns, and a business was born. However, there is an external conflict that takes place in the story. One problem Lawn Boy had in the story was that he…

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    Investing in a heavy-duty rotary mower is a good move if you own a huge lawn or a golf course. Because basically, this type of farm equipment is perfect to utilise on larger grounds and when you want to achieve that well-trimmed and professionally-looking cut. However, with a number of models available on the Australian market today, and with several dealers offering you great options, you might find yourself having a hard time determining which one of them is the best and is suitable for your…

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    easier to maneuver the mower. It also reduces noise levels and has less vibration for added comfort. The All Wheel 4X4 drive delivers power to all four wheels which makes it ideal for hilly or uneven terrain. The 8 inch front and rear wheels allows this mower to maneuver well in all types of grass or terrain. All this is accomplished…

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    At the age of nine, I began to mow the lawn. I was always ecstatic to drive anything, especially by myself because then I was free to move where I wanted as fast as I wanted. After living in our new house in Iowa for a few months, Dad bought a brand-new Craftsman riding lawnmower. I was pumped! Soon, I would be driving! How cool was that? Dad began to teach me how to operate a mower. He showed me how to turn on the blades, how to adjust the choke, how to switch from neutral to forward to reverse…

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    It wasn 't long before the novelty of walking behind a lawn mower, even one powered by gasoline, wore thin. Creativity, manservant of my addiction to aromatic fuels, and his sidekick, Laziness, decided, with all the excess power available in gasoline, that I should ride rather than walk, so I figured out how to build a mower I could ride. Well, actually, I 'd figured out how to, ah, modify my dad 's mower so it would carry me and cut the grass, too. I moved up the food chain…

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    observation alone, when they don’t have the physically ability to do the chore. My 10-year-old daughter may still be too young to mow the lawn. However, by observing someone else mow the lawn, she can produce correct motor skills. She will know how to pour the gas, start the lawn mower, and how to push/ guide the lawn mower in an efficient pattern across the lawn. By having my daughter observe different household chores, she will gain motor skills that will help her when she is physically able…

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    Growing up on a small family farm, I have learned to fix many items and pieces of equipment. I have learned to repair: cars, tractors, and many other implements. Money was always tight, and repairs were always needed. When I was a teenager, I start learning how to fix different equipment. What would cost thousands to take and have fixed maybe cost me a day of work and a few dollars in parts Over the years, there haven't been many items I haven’t been able to fix. When I was seven years old,…

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    lucky that a family friends was there and she turned on the water for us. After watering the field and starting to drag the field again the lawn mower shut off on us. The last person who used it used up most of the gas and never took the initiative to refill it. My dad took the initiative drove off and bought gas out of his pocket and refilled the lawn mower. My dad and I always go out of our way to make sure no one else has any…

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    First of all, you will need to get the right tools and devices. Quality lawn mowers are required, so that you can do a perfect job and your costumers can be pleased by your services. You will need a push lawn mower for small properties, and a riding one for large areas. Furthermore, you will need to invest some money in other tools and fertilizer as well. How many people are you going to hire…

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    social studies teacher for thirty years. I wish I could show them how far I’ve come, and how many questions I can now answer. Tradition isn’t something that you can wrap your hands around. Tradition is how you’ve learned to wrap your hands around a lawn mover, a television remote when the clock strikes 7:30, and a slicer for cured pork…

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