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    “Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Pleaseeeee! C’mon, let’s go! We have to!” I shouted. It was January 20th, 2015. 8:00pm. (AKA my birthday). We were in the middle of having cake. And as in we, I mean my Mom, Danny, Zio, Nonna, and Nonno. As we were enjoying our strawberry cake, we were discussing if we should drive to Arizona or not. The only reason we were thinking about going is because, well, Danny’s mom had just passed away and my Nonna Angie (his mom), and Nonno Vito (his dad) had a house out in Surprise, Arizona. We would really only go to kind of help clean it out because my Nonno Vito was going to sell it eventually. So, just because it was my birthday, didn’t really have to do too much with the decision. Although, to me, it was a big reason I wanted to go. After about 15 minutes of saying “yes”, and “no”, and “yes”, and “no”, and, just trying to decide, we finally all agreed we should go. When I heard the news, I packed my things at lightning speed because I was super happy we were going! We all got our things together in about an hour and left at about 9:30pm. Surprisingly, we fit all our luggage, (and ourselves), in my family’s SUV. When we all got in the car, we were off. Just like that. It was just so surprising to me that we were actually driving to Arizona! As we drove, I listened to music and just watched the outside pass by. We made many stops at gas stations so, it took us a little longer to get there. I actually didn’t mind stopping at all the gas stations…

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    Employee Training Paper

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    For this assignment, I decided to attend a training session at Oklahoma Blood Institute, at 901 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Since I am interning at Oklahoma Blood Institute as a Human Resource Assistant, I felt as though this was the perfect opportunity for me to get a better understanding of the non-profit organization. At Oklahoma Blood Institute, they offer their employees training on phlebotomy technology, component manufacturing laboratory and testing laboratory processes and…

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    very much in love with him, and it shattered my ability to move to England. It took me a very long time to get over him, and while I was grieving that ended relationship still, I met a man who lived in Oklahoma. As a democratic liberal woman, I never really fancied the south or mid-west of America. This Oklahoman man was very nice and interested in me so I decided to give him a chance. I told my mom that I have had a hard time with my chances to find love in Europe and the north east of…

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    Goldberger Analysis

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    However, Goldberger has also opened with tragic loss stating, “Is that he died suddenly at Pennsylvania Station”, making the attention grabbed by becoming more relatable with audience. Goldberger goes on about how the death of one great architect could be the rise in something new taken over by another architect to finish their boundless work. Goldberger finally concludes with the importance of always moving forward in design; despite tragedy, greatness can come of it. Contemporary design…

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    What is in Oklahoma? Is there even anything to do in Oklahoma? Why would anyone want to go there? If I was asked these questions a year ago my response would carelessly be: Absolutely nothing, nope, and I am not sure. Now, if I was asked, I would say that it is straightforwardly one of the utmost beautiful states I have ever perceived. Driving the twelve hours it takes to get from Minnesota to Oklahoma My father, two brothers, and I had a time-consuming, mind-numbing journey but was well worth…

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    Sonic healthcare limited and all of its subsidiaries referred is an prganisation that committed to respect of human rights and upholding labour standards. This labour standards and human rights policy is aligned whit the principles established. Its also combination with sonoc’s core values and code of ethic, reinforces the commitment to ensureing all internal and external stakeholders are treated with dignity and respect. As part of this commitment, Sonic recognises its responsibility to ensure…

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    1. University of Central Oklahoma is a public school, and Oklahoma City University is a private school. So they have different major objectives. The first one has a major objective of offering good education to students. The second one focuses more on making profit by offering education of good quality as a tool to realize this objective. University of Central Oklahoma needs to maximize its output of its services or programs, generally in the form of offering degrees of professional training.…

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    In 1995, the cost of a gallon of gas was $1.09, a dozen eggs were 87 cents, a loaf of bread was $1.15 and the average cost of a new car was $15,500 (The People History). Timothy McVeigh caused an upset that would be known as the biggest terrorist attack at the time. The O.J. Simpson trial will be one of the most famous verdicts in history. Windows 95 and EBay were invented and became popular quickly. 1995 was a year of homegrown terrorism, the shock of the century and computer advances that…

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    Rhetorical Analysis of Clinton’ Speech On April 19 in 1995, America has witnessed a tragic act of terrorism- the bombing of federal agency building in Oklahoma- in which 168 people died, and hundreds of individuals were injured. For the US, where people rarely doubted their security, this act of terrorism was a big loss. Families of victims and citizens of America were hurt, desperate, and heartbroken, and of course the US Government feared that this incident may contribute to loss their…

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    The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was a building for the United States Government owned by the United States Government. The building was located at 200 N.W. 5th Street in Downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was designed by an architect named Wendell Locke, Locke worked for Locke, Wright and Associates. The building was built using reinforced concrete and was built in 1977. The cost of the whole building process was fourteen and half million…

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