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    baggers. They must drive another forty or more minutes to get home, meaning they spend over an hour a day on the roads. My family lives in Norfolk, where the commissary should only be a twenty to thirty-minute drive away. However, my brothers do not want to pay the toll required to take the Downtown tunnel. Thusly, they go on a longer route through the Gilmerton Bridge or the High Rise Bridge, which do not charge tolls. This my brothers do not only to avoid paying costly tolls on grocery baggers' incomes but also to protest unfair charges which cripple Tidewater's…

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    An exceptional author makes people feel like they are in the book, living the story right there with the characters. They will draw references from their own experiences in life in order to make the stories more relatable, and, therefore, more real. Their stories, though fictional, will make the reader feel powerful and full. Sir Henry Rider Haggard is one such author that makes readers of his books feel empowered. H. Rider Haggard is an amazing author of numerous different genres who writes…

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    Sea Level Rise In Norfolk

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    Today, I will review an article on the local impacts of sea level rise in the Norfolk area. Norfolk, which was essentially built on a swamp, experiences increasing flooding due to sea level rise. Sea level rise is caused by the melting polar caps and glaciers and is mainly affecting coastal areas. Due to subsidence, Norfolk is closer to sea level than surrounding areas, which makes flooding a greater problem to the community. I will discuss the major effects of flooding on the town, harm to the…

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    At the top of the Gulf South Conference board and now ranked 23 in the nation, the women’s soccer team hoped to remain undefeated at home against Spring Hill College on Friday, October 16, and West Florida University on Sunday, October 18. On Friday, the Tigers prepared to take on the Badgers, eager to improve their record towards the GSC tournament in November. Although the Tigers were 8-3, the Badgers were desperate to prove they are good enough to compete with quality teams, despite that they…

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    Why keep Millstone open? (Business Owner) According to the Hartford Courant (2017), Millstone gives Connecticut the opportunity to reduce high electric rates, meet carbon-reduction goals and ensure jobs for the state. Millstone should be kept open because of its benefits at the state and local level. Millstone produces electricity to power 2 million homes, supports 12,000 jobs in the region, and generates the equivalent of half the electricity used by Connecticut. In a study done by the NEI…

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    According to Malcolm X, education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare it for today. Whether someone decides to go to a four-year university or a two-year community college, going to college period is destined to change life as you know it forever. Some people come to college not taking it as serious as it should be taken, or it actually ends up being best four years of their lives. My experience in college has been very humbling and mind opening. I have…

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    Nathan Mccall Book Report

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    According to the website The History Makers Nathan McCall is an African American author that was born November 25, 1954 in Norfolk, Virginia. Lenora and J.L McCall was his parent’s, but they later got a divorce and Nathan mother and stepfather Bonnie Alvin raised him and his other siblings. In 1973 Nathan graduated from Manor high school and began attending college. Who knew Nathan life would head down a path that would have an impact on him. As a teen he had to do three years because he was a…

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    as rude, disrespectful, and someone who doesn’t take their academic career seriously. Writing papers/essays in MLA, APA, or Chicago style (depending on what your professor wants) is a must along with citing your sources. If you don’t adhere to those guidelines, it is possible that you will not receive as good of a grade on your work. When not writing a paper, it is still important to keep the tone formal with other forms of written communication such as an email. Because it is in an academic…

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    Benton, Attached are the documents and spreadsheets I put together today that we discussed this morning. The first document, Annual Depreciation Expense per Locomotive, shows various methods used to find rates and calculate leasing costs for locomotives. Pages 2-5 also provide example documentation for these rates. In this case the UP Depreciation Expense exceeds the AAR’s West Index in some cases, while CSXT’s expenses are significantly lower than the AAR’s East Index. The next document is a…

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    begining of religious reform was associated with social and political changes. The society depicted in Bolt’s play is ruled by King Henry VIII who, in order to be able to legally divorce his wife, Queen Catherine, wishes to remove himself from the Roman Catholic Church and establish himself as the head of the Church of England through the Act of Supremacy. However, for Sir Thomas More who is a man of high integrity andstrong religious faith, King Henry VIII’s wishes are directly repugnant to the…

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