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    The Minnesota Wild Game It was the morning of Christmas and all through the house wrapping paper was flying everywhere. It was the Christmas of 2015. “Everyone” woke up, by that I mean my brothers woke everyone up. With all the gifts open we had only one gift left and it was from Mom and Dad to all of us. We opened it and we were so excited. Were going to the Wild Game! My brother Tanner was yelling out of control. We were all done with our presents we had one left it was from Mom and Dad. It was a box the size of my little brother Jordan. We started to open it and there was a smaller box inside and a smaller one inside the next and the next and it went on and on until there was a box the size of an envelope. We opened it and it said five tickets to the Minnesota Wild game on December 26, 2015. My brothers Tanner and Jordan were super excited about the tickets. They asked 20 Questions. My Mom and Dad told them we are leaving early tomorrow morning. We were all very excited about going but first we had to go to Christmas at my grandma Kallock’s house. A soon as we got back we started to pack our bags and the car. It’s 6:00 am and we are on our way to the Cities. The roads were getting worse on the way there. We counted 5 cars in the ditch in 1 mile. A siemi had went in the ditch and spun around. With all of these traffic problems it took us an extra 2…

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    websites for a few different reasons, the visual might help explain something such as directions, it may highlight how a product looks, or a visual may be included on a webpage simply to increase visual appeal (Liu, 2010). However, if CVD accessibility is not taken into consideration, visuals can be challenging for those will CVD to decipher (Colour Blindness, n.d.). A common visual is a company’s brand, insignia, or logo. Colored graphics and logos. In an effort to solidify branding, a…

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    The Wild Ride to Minnesota Have you ever taken a trip that you had completely planned out and it ended up not going that way? Well I had an experience like that just last week. Me, my dad, and my friend Jade drove up by Minneapolis, specifically Maple Plain MN, and it didn’t go as planned. We were supposed to go up there, drop off my dad for a work meeting, and go to the Mall of America. I’m about to tell you what actually happened. So we started off the 4 hour drive by stopping by the gas…

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    Medina, Minnesota, “a prosperous, suburban edge City” is the place I call home. Now, living in the 82,575-person college town of Bloomington, Indiana, makes my quaint little hometown of 5,221 seem irrelevant. Being away from home for the first time in my life makes me appreciate the state of Minnesota more than I ever expected; I can even say that I miss my little area of the world, Medina. Initially when presented with this project I thought I would focus on Minneapolis, a city of 400,070,…

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    Ojibwe Migration Essay

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    Ojibwe Origins and Migration to Minnesota A few thousand years ago, there were no people who called themselves the Ojibwe. Their ancestors actually lived throughout the northeastern part of North America and along the Atlantic Coast. Now, there are twenty-seven different tribes who trace their origins back to that particular group. They all share a similar language and culture, but each has their own significant differences. The Ojibwe group became a distinct subgroup around fifteen hundred…

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    placing in the top twenty. Nonetheless, I did place twenty-first. I was pleased with what I had accomplished in my first year of being on the team. Last year, I also competed on the Nursery Landscape team. We were given a switch up from the Regional and State competition from the previous year. At Regions last year we were given whole trees to look at. Regions went better than last year’s State because it was still early enough in the morning that the sun was not in our eyes. Also,…

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    ourselves for placing in third. I did not reach my goal of placing in the top twenty. However, I did place twenty first. I was happy with what I had accomplished in my first year on the team. Last year, I also competed on the Nursery Landscape team. We were given a switch up from the Regional and State competition. At Regions last year we were given whole trees to look at. Regions went better that last year’s State because it was still early enough in the morning that the sun was not in our…

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    Minnesota Research Paper

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    Minnesota is a state located in the Midwestern USA.Minnesota is known to be the 12th largest state and 21st most populous state in the USA.It is normally known as the “land of 10000 lakes” because it has large numbers of lakes. The word Minnesota comes from a Dakota word that means “Sky – tinted water”. Minnesota is a diversified state due to its inhabitants that comprises of many different ethnic groups. The large communities from different ethnic groups have Minnesota to be the nicest state I…

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    I. Evaluation and Its Importance The evaluation stage has purpose and importance. The evaluation process is important because it allows the worker and client to reflect on the work that has been done and see how the client has achieved his/her goals; additionally, it allows the client to determine how effective the intervention practice really was (Birkenmaier, Berg-Weger & Dewees, 2014). As for working with different clients, individuals, families, groups, and communities, the process will be…

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    Target’s inability to adapt to Canadian consumerism culture proved to be their biggest communication error. Their strategy focused on mimicking American culture rather than building a business model dedicated to Canadian markets which created a perception that Target was not the company for loyal Canadians. Essentially, Target forgot to communicate how their brand is going to exceed the expectations of Canadians, as they focused solely on replicating their success in America Errors in…

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