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    Growing up in Eagan, Minnesota a favorite game among the kids in the neighborhood was cops and robbers. Playing the police officer was always my favorite part of the game. I never got the chance to meet my father. He died of lung cancer just right after I was born. My mother worked 50-60 hours a week, so I would rarely see her. I was fortunate enough to have two loving grandparents to raise me. My immediate family did not speak English too well so I was taught Cantonese and Vietnamese shortly…

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    .Different types of fish in Minnesota. In the article titled “fish facts,” it says “The northern pike is an aggressive predator fish found throughout Minnesota in lakes, ponds, and rivers,” northern pikes are daytime feeders that mostly feed on other fish. Most anglers are now saying that their favorite type of fish to catch is the largemouth bass. (Tomeelleri Paragraph # 23). They are fun to catch because they attack the lure and they leap out of the water. The largemouth bass is found in…

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    Scarlet Plume Analysis

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    The Scarlet Plume “Except for buckskin moccasins and breechclout, he was naked”(6-7). “Smoky Day and Tinkling had also dressed Mavis out as a squaw: moccasins, doeskin tunic, leggings, two heavy larded braids, a painted face” (128). “Theodosia stepped into the cabin with a swishing of long skirts. She wore black mostly: high black kid shoes, black dress, and gray sunbonnet” (9). Compared to our clothing now, girls can wear pants, dresses, shirts, shorts, pretty much anything. Along with guys…

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    access to some of the nation's top doctors outside the Twin Tiers. Tuesday morning, Guthrie announced it is now a part of a national network of health care providers and researchers in the Mayo Clinic Care Network, which based out of Rochester, Minnesota. The care network allows physicians from across the country to work with each other to find the best possible treatment and care for patients. "After reviewing a lot of options we identified the Mayo Clinic care network the best opportunity…

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    Statement of Facts Minnesota v. Dickerson (91-2019) 508 U.S. 366 (1993) On November 9, 1989, at approximately 8:15p.m., two officers in a marked squad car were patrolling the city’s north side. The officers witnessed an individual, K. Dickerson, leaving a 12-unit apartment building on Morgan Avenue North; this location was well known for selling cocaine. When the respondent noticed the officers he abruptly turned and entered an alleyway. Given Dickerson’s location and his actions after seeing…

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    An example of a creative price strategy was implemented by the Minnesota Timberwolves, who, prior to the 2010 NBA season, posted on their website a list of their creative pricing strategies. They targeted specific population groups and offered various kinds of incentives in an attempt to not only increase attendance, but to make attendance to even non-sports fans. Fusfeld (2010), in his article about the Timberwolves promotions stated “College Nights: $5 tickets during all 15 Wednesday night…

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    Name: Case brief assignment Prof: Minnesota v Dickerson, 508 U.S.3669 (1993) Facts of the case Two Minneapolis police officers were patrolling the North area of the city in a marked police car in the evening on November 9, 1989. There was the defendant, Timothy Dickerson, in a known drug zone. At around 8:15 p.m., one officer observed the defendant leaving a 12-unit apartment building along Morgan Avenue, a renowned drug sale premise. Accordingly, after noticing the police car, the defendant…

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    Your Guide to Moving to St. Paul, MN Saint Paul, MN, is the capital of the state and the second most populous city in Minnesota. There are nearly 301,000 residents currently calling the city home and it is rather densely populated. The city lies on the east bank of the Mississippi River and the Minnesota River is also nearby. The nickname of the city is the "Twin Cities", which it shares with neighboring Minneapolis. Between the two huge areas, there are lots of things to offer to residents.…

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    Sports Coach Assessment

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    This post will identify a set of criteria which to use to evaluate the effectiveness of a sports coach, a teacher, and a senior pastor referred to henceforth as leaders. Each of the items will be listed in order of highest priority to least. Next, the item will be justified along with how each item difference from each leader. Lastly, how each of these criteria can be measure will be looked at. This post is written from my personal perception of the job of these individuals and the roles that…

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    St. Anthony Neighborhood

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    Site Analysis 4: St. Anthony Neighborhood I grew up in Shakopee, Minnesota, a suburb of the cities down in the Minnesota River Valley. . The development where I grew up was quite new and the composition was flat. The same plastic siding houses filled the streets. Trees, shrubs and perennials were immature and skimpy although as a child I didn’t know the difference and loved all the flowers and leaves just the same. It was a neighborhood of only family dwellings, no small businesses intertwined…

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