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    The owner of the Miami Dolphins is Stephen M. Ross, was born May 10, 1940, in Detroit, Michigan. He is married to Kara Gaffney. He has four children Jennifer Ross, Kimberly Ross, Avery (step child), drew (stepchild). He was a tax Attorney at coopers & lybrand in Detroit, in 1968. His business was also big on real estate they had multi-million dollar contracts in multiple large cities he was the chairman of the company and makes the deals with all of the property owners and all real estate. He also owns Kangaroo media too. In February 2008 he bought 50% of the dolphins and then on January 20, 2009, he purchased an additional 45%. He purchased the team for 1.1 billion dollars. He’s owned the team for 8 years now. He has tried to get the team relocated to palm beach or somewhere…

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    This is often times one of the most overlooked statistics however, its value cannot be overstated. Achieving a first down does two very critical things for a team; it allows the team an additional chance to put points on the board and it also allows for the offense to help to take away additional time from the other team’s offense. The comparisons will be used to show where they ranked amongst all teams that year as well as how they compared with the best offenses of the Super Bowl era. The 2013…

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    In the article there was definitely two different marketing techniques that were used to present the Miami Dolphins. One of the big points that the owner Stephen Ross did to attract people was he invested $450 million in renovations for the stadium. He has no problem investing in the program he said something along the lines of if they don’t have it and they need it, then get it. I believe that Ross understand that in this era as a culture we are constantly changing and evolving with technology…

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    The Miami Marlins are an American professional baseball team located in Miami, Florida. They play at Marlins Park, their home field. They are apart of the National League East division in Major League Baseball. The team began to play in the 1993 season as the Florida Marlins. They started playing home games from the beginning of their inaugural season to the 2011 season at Sun Life Stadium. Ever since the 2012 season, they have played at Marlins Park in downtown Miami, on the site of the former…

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    aggressive. I eat some of my fellow friends in sea. I protect you when you’re helpless. I am known as a protector and guardian to people at sea. In late summer my constellation is shining bright in the sky. I am the dolphin. Dolphins are loved by many and their reputation is well deserved because they help people in trouble, they’re friendly and playful. These animals, besides being friendly, have other features that are fascinating and unique in which case makes them…

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    Stunning Spinners Spinner dolphins, which are mammals, are defined by a plethora of remarkable facts, and face an abundance of dangers. In addition, scientists have developed a fascinating method of taking samples of these dolphins. Out in the open ocean, spinner dolphins eat fish and squid, who live with them in tropical waters worldwide. Spinner dolphins can grow to be 1.8-2.1 meters or 6-7 feet long, and they weigh 55-75 kilograms or 121-165 pounds. Although a spinner dolphin’s life span…

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    Planning Your Vacation in Miami, Florida Miami is referred to as the “Magic City” for a broad range of reasons, but they all add up to the fact that this city is a beautiful, exciting place to be. If you’re planning a trip to this magical destination, your only real problem may be trying to choose which of the numerous local attractions you’ll visit. Before you begin organizing your vacation itinerary, you might want to explore the possibilities. From viewing wildlife to touring the…

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    Homelessness In The Usa

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    increasing due to many factors, but mainly is a socio-economic problem. Some statistics from National Alliance to End Homelessness shows that about 15 percent of the homeless population - 83,170 - are considered "chronically homeless” individuals and about 2 percent - 13,105 - are considered "chronically homeless” people in families and number are increasing. On the other hand, Miami Beach has been a main tourist destination in the US for many years and South Beach has been shown as a main…

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    priced but came in a floral printed box that matched the bathrooms. “They probably don’t have this brand in Florida,” she said, completely deadpan. “We 're not moving”. Most of my other memories of the move are hazy, like images inferred from a retelling, a copy of a copy. But my memory of leaning over and looking out the airplane window and seeing Florida is one of my clearest recollections. I saw a sea of tiny orange squares and little blue puddles that were the stucco roofs and kidney shaped…

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    Virgina Key Geography

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    Just north of Key Biscayne in sunny Miami, Virgina Key is a protected barrier Island in the Atlantic ocean. Consisting of 863 acres of land, it was once much larger, extending into the Ft. Lauderdale area. Between 1835 and 1838 hurricanes eroded the beach, creating inlets and dividing the island in two. The other portion became Fisher Island, which sits at the southernmost tip of Miami Beach. Virgina Key was a part of the civil rights movement. In a time when blacks were prohibited from going…

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