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  • Babes On Broadway Analysis

    Typically, in musicals women are depicted as skinny, attractive, well-mannered people who live up to the “ideal” expectations of society’s standards. This concept is constantly propelled in the public’s face because many actresses have a similar physique, petite and attractive. Usually, we will not see women who are overweight, acne ridden, or blessed with a raspy voice because these types of actors are not the model people company executives want to present to their audience. Instead, movies…

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  • Rise Of Social Media

    Have you ever been online looking for information on a research paper and BAM on the side of the page is an ad on the trends in celebrity gossip? More and more often if you go to your yahoo homepage one of the top stories will about who 's dating who, the new diet secret, or the speculation of "is she pregnant or just fat?!?". We live in a digital society where everything is blown up and made bigger than it needs to be. Social media is more than just celebrity gossip and plastic surgery, it has…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is an emergency procedure taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing for someone who is in cardiac arrest (“Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”). Cardiac arrest is the sudden loss of blood flow from the heart’s spontaneous shut down (“Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”). Some people think of the fake dummies used in CPR classes or learning about it at swim lessons. Some people think of Bee Gee’s song “Stayin’ Alive”, but there’s a lot more to…

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  • Reflection On The Diversity And Leadership Conference

    The project that I had to participate in was getting involved in community activities and to get everyone to come out to the diversity and leadership conference. The purpose of this conference was to get everyone to come together and learn more about each other and also to get a better understanding of those from different backgrounds as well. The group that I was assigned to was group A which was the marketing team. My role in the group was to get everyone to come out and register for the…

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  • Importance Of Diploma

    ourselves what will we do next? What is our dream job? Everything is very quickly coming to an end meaning we all have to figure out we want to do. What will life look like now? Question Two: A) One challenge that arose for Pipiri this year was the Lip Sync competition. We have a lot of people in our class who are shy and don 't like to perform in front of a large group of people which made for a huge challenge. We all had to be in the performance otherwise points were deducted. Alongside…

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  • Staff Training Narrative

    After sleeping like a literal bear in hibernation, I wake up with the sun rise that peeks through the windows of my room. Groaning, I slide out of bed and walk sloppily to my bathroom to get ready for the day. I wash my face, brush my hair and leave it down even if I'm training. I just like the feeling of the wind through my thick strands, cooling me from the heat underneath my skin. After this, I slip into the skin-tight training uniform designed especially to be like a second skin and light…

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  • Summary Of The Movie 'White Chicks'

    Revenge of the Whiteface Controversy? When many people hear of the Wayans Brothers movie White Chicks, they would inevitably picture the humorous scene where Terry Crews, being the physically huge, prideful jock he is, ironically does gestures and lip-syncs to Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” on his car radio. Everyone around me adores this particular movie with a passion, often quoting lines and reminiscing their favorite scenes. Moreover, White Chicks is and will forever be intact on our…

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  • Coronary Artery Atherosclerosis Case Study

    QUESTIONS 1. Discuss the pathophysiology of coronary artery atherosclerosis. Include discussion of risk factors associated with the development of this disease. (10 points) Coronary artery atherosclerosis is most commonly comprised of atherosclerotic fibrous fatty obstructions of the large epicardial vessels, which provide for blood flow and transport nutrients, oxygen, and elimination of metabolic waste products such as CO2, lactic acid, and hydrogen ions. Coronary artery atherosclerosis…

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