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    Bridge War 1845

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    that there was no money to be made from fighting—no one would want to come to a place filled with people disputing over which town is better. They also came to the conclusion that without bridges, living was impossible; it was ultimately better to be united and have bridges. Had there never been a “bridge war,” the city of Milwaukee would likely not exist. It took extreme measures for these two stubborn founders to realize they needed to put their differences aside. As for Walker, he eventually regained control of Walker’s Point, but he was never truly involved in the ongoing quarrel between Juneau and…

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    selflessness and social action that Bruce and Diane were marching down. Decades before Bruce had any personal political interest whatsoever, he and his wife have somewhat quietly given tens of millions of dollars away to a variety of endeavors. As important, the amount of time they've personally invested in nearly all of them is exemplary in the philanthropic world... Practicing what they preach, Diana is currently the President of the nationally recognized, Ounce of Prevention, whose goal is…

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    In the first part of the novel, the first impressions of Radley are made. Though they are not easily forgotten or hastily changed, they are progressively altered as Radley's true nature reveals itself. Evidently, it is Atticus who first tries to discourage the children from their fantasies about the Radleys. However, through the events with Jem's pants, the neighborhood fire and the presents in the tree, the children themselves begin to realize that Radley is more of a friend than a villain.…

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    Steroids In Baseball

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    If all players could have their statistics jump up that greatly. And it is not like the use of steroids heightens ones raw talent to play baseball. It just makes them bigger, faster, and stronger. They still have to be able to hit the baseball, field the baseball, and throw the baseball. Steroids just give their body an advantage, not their talent. There are many grey areas in the MLB testing process. In 2011 Milwaukee Brewers outfielder, Ryan Braun, won the most valuable player award. A month…

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    Phil Tollestrup (born October 21, 1949)[1] is a former Olympic basketball player as a member of the Canadian national men's basketball team during the 1970s. Six feet, six inches tall forward, Tollestrup attributes the development of his basketball ability to his being able to practice on a daily basis both at his school gym, where his father was janitor, and at the local cultural centre, which has an open gym.[2] The native of Raymond, Alberta was later a member of his local basketball team…

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    The plan would be to seek funding from residents while also seeking a grant from the town of Poultney with the intentions of decreasing crime. In a study by Linden and Chaturvedi (2005) it found that in order to be effective, crime prevention programs must “involve a broad group of people and organizations” (p. 251) while also making sure to “consider a diverse range of prevention strategies” (Linden & Chaturvedi, 2005, p. 251). The plan will also include creating educational materials to give…

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    Overview of Haven The land of Haven is filled with greatness and beauty. It was a peaceful land that had a great treaty, but everything beautiful must fall. The land was also filled with warfare. Town and villages broken apart of because of meaningless war. For the people that don't concern itself with the war may find Haven filled with treasure of opportunity. Each hold has its story and each hold has its secrets. Lets hope that Haven can be a peaceful island in the end. More info can be…

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    Case Study: Mott Haven

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    Mott Haven is a community district in the South Bronx. Mott Haven attracts new immigrants from diverse cultures due to its affordability, economic opportunities, and its access to cultural institutions (“Mott Haven – Choice Neighborhoods Initiative”, 2014). In 1849 Jordan Mott purchased the land of what is now known as Mott Haven. He purchased the land for workers’ homes to support his iron works business on the Harlem River at East 134st (“Mott Haven – Choice Neighborhoods Initiative”, 2014).…

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    but later changed it to the “doctor.” Julius was getting a lot of recognition for the way he was playing at Roosevelt High. Many colleges were begging for him to got to their programs because of what he could provide as a player. Julius finally choose a college which was the University of Massachusetts. After playing a few games Julius was paying off for all the hype about him going to UMass. Only after playing 2 seasons on college Julius was averaging 26.3 points per game and 20.2 rebounds a…

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    know, for example, that Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line, stole home and wore 42 on his back. Muhammad Ali championed equality and said some funny stuff to Howard Cosell. Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs. Their lionization reassures us that the stands they took were good — and can now be consigned to bygone eras. But the latest intrusion of political talk into sports — whether you deem it excessive or welcome — has had a drastic effect on coverage. It has brought with it a currency…

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