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    Lawn And Order Case Study

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    LAWN AND ORDER It was a beautiful day in Louisiana, Georgia, Mr.Adams was was driving his Ford Explorer to a customer 's house. Mr.Adams had a business where he would mow lawns and he specialized in doing custom designs for gardens, it was named Lawn and Order. Almost everybody in Louisiana has heard of Lawn and Order because of its recent booming success, due to channel 19 news, which featured a lot of his famous designs such as “ The Lawnmower “ and “ The Pelican “ where he would put the New Orleans Pelicans logo in your yard. When he arrived at Mrs. Robinson’s they chatted a bit and she explained what she wanted and to nobody 's surprise it was “ The Pelican “ due to the recent NBA championship the New Orleans Pelicans achieved. It…

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    level point of view to an omniscient unlimited point of view as he begins to describe the scenery of the Dome and the why he states “you cant construct a sequential narrative; the parts don’t fit together” (2435 of 5862,Chapter 13). Throughout the narrative, Tom Piazza switches views to show how Hurricane Katrina affected everyone no matter you are race, gender, social economic status (SES) group. Chapter 13 takes place around the Convention Center, “a large modern complex just uptown from…

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    I’m round but I’m not a wheel, I’m loved by a monster but I’m not the Bride of Frankenstein, I sometimes contain chips but I’m not a computer, I go well with milk but I’m not a bowl of cereal, I’m made of dough but I’m not a loaf of bread, What am I? Yay, that’s right cookies. Moist cookies can absorb milk, moist cookies are easier to chew, and moist cookies are usually fresh. If you can’t tell already moist cookies are better than dry. Moist cookies absorb the milk better than dry cookies…

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    Hurricane Katrina Impact

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    was described as "one of the deadliest hurricanes to ever hit the United States" according to Kim Ann Zimmerman on livescience.com (2012). August 29, 2005 would completely change the lives of thousands of individuals and families in New Orleans, Louisiana due to impact of Hurricane Katrina. This tropical storm was categorized as a category 5 Hurricane due to the fact the damaging winds reached up to 175 miles per hour. Many people were able to evacuate before the storm became too powerful for…

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    beneath an anticyclone hovering over the Gulf of Mexico. Over water it gained momentum and was classified as category 5 at 175mph It became category 3 at 120mph as it hit Louisiana. It smashed into levees and caused major flooding. 80% of New Orleans was flooded. Hurricane Katrina started as a problem in the tropics. It eventually moved to the Bahamas due to its environmental factors , warm sea surface temperatures…

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    Superdome Essay

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    A Ghastly Home under the Superdome New Orleans, a lively city on the coast of Louisiana, was devastated by a level five hurricane on August 29 of 2005. Its name was Hurricane Katrina, and it wreaked havoc across the New Orleans area. Thousands of lives were lost, and thousands more lives were devastated and crumbled. Although many protective shelters were put into effect, they did not properly prepare for the storm. An example of this would be the Superdome, which was used in major natural…

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    Seven hundred thousand had requests for help most were poor, old, and ill, on the Morning of August 31, 2005 more than 25,000 people with nowhere to go took shelter in the Superdome Officials accepted fifteen thousand more refuges and on Monday the Superdome locked the doors. thirty four thousand people alone got help from the U.S. coast guards , using commander boats offering food , shelter and did what they could do to help neighbors and citizens in need .officials also tried to use school…

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    There were many reasons for the anger on local and federal government. The local government did not take the precautionary actions related to Katrina. The canals built for protecting the city were not strong enough. As Katrina was category five hurricane these canals were not designed to handle hurricanes which are more powerful than category three. Many people were evacuated from their home were not provided with proper temporary accommodation. Due to the lack of proper management and with all…

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    Volunteers and troops were deployed to the site where houses, restaurants, and businesses once stood. The hurricane left millions of people homeless, more than the superdome and other shelters could hold. Not only was this a disaster physically to the many towns destroyed in the hurricane, but it took a toll on many emotionally. Many were relatives, friends, and or neighbors to the 1836 people who died, some had just lost their homes and possessions, and others were trapped waiting to be…

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    Hurricane Katrina was one of the coolest hurricane in United States history. It was really misinterpret breakdown of communication between the people and the government after the appearance of Hurricane Katrina. Which produced lack of experience in authorities positive and unnecessary demise that show some expression such as desperation, sorrow, exasperation and revulsion. Nature and America has constantly thrown storms at us, but none as damaging and mortal as Hurricane Katrina. Katrina…

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