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    motivates me a lot, it is a really grim thought but it is the honest truth. Fear of failing at the things I decided to put my effort in is what always gives me that extra push to do better. As an RA (Resident Advisor), to ensure that I am doing a good job and matching my potential I set myself SMART goals within my job. It is my first semester as an RA, so I set really basic and achievable goals, I did not want to aim to high. My first SMART goal was to know all of my residents on a first name basis. I want to know them all individually and have a personalized relationship with them. My second SMART goal is to have at least one very successful program where my residents have fun. I set this goal a little after training started and with operation bulldog I have managed to achieve it. I’ve actually had two programs where I got to have a lot of fun and connect with my residents. My last SMART goal is to have created at least one team for intramurals, which comes from my intramural liaison duty. I did not know how exactly the intramural 's liaison position would be like, so I set a very realistic and achievable position. All of this SMART goals will require me to develop skills that can also very well come in handy in real life. Being able to talk to people, good time management, and etc. are all good traits that you develop working as an RA that will have a positive effect in your life after.…

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    tree to tree. The young panther watched longingly as other little panthers nuzzled with their mothers and rode the backs of their fathers. Zeke was protective of Roy, being the older one, and he growled fiercely as a gaunt dog which Zeke had never seen before wandered dangerously close to the mudhut. Zeke confronted him, his tiny teeth bared, and his claws in full view, ready to pounce. “Who is you? And whaddya want?” “I am merely but an injured bulldog looking for some assistance, do you cats…

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    Comparison and Contrast Stacianna LaRose So, You Want A Bulldog If you’re like the rest of us, you have probably spent hours watching Facebook videos of Manny the French Bulldog and Tillman the English Bulldog. In doing so, you may have concluded that your family is not complete without a bulldog. But which bully breed is right for you? At first glance, size seems to be the only difference between these flatulent, flat faced fiddos, but looks can be deceiving. The English Bulldog is a…

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    I fancy myself an expert on the Bulldog family, I have personally owned 10 different types of bulldogs from boxer-pit mixes, full blooded Pit Bulls, and currently own an American Bulldog. Also I have studied the Argentine Bulldog, the Pit Bull terrier, and the now extinct Old English Bulldog extensively. The Old English Bulldog is the original prototype bulldog and not the ill-genetically concocted Modern English Bulldog, a cross of the original and a pug, rendering it a obese, wrinkly faced,…

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    Germany, aimed to essentially rule the world with the Aryan race as its head. Germany’s conflict with the Soviet Union was especially a significant one, and this operation was to mark the beginning of Nazi Germany’s offensive toward the USSR. Although the objective of the operation was to take of the eastern front swiftly in order to focus their personnel on the British, there is something more significant to the matter. There is a lot of history and conflict between the Germans, and Soviet…

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    Jalol Ikromi HIST 3121-03 Final Paper In June 1941 Nazi attack on Soviet Union started, and to due economic turmoil and Stalin’s reign of terror, Soviet Union forces were weak and were unable to oppose a surprised German invasion, therefore Germany was had early success which hurt Soviet forces even more. However Soviet Union was able to keep fighting, and result successful after 1943. Factors that have contributed to the success of the Soviet Union was an astonishing recovery of the Soviet…

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    Stalingrad Turning Point

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    commented Adolf Hitler himself in February of 1943 when Germany fell short of the glory of winning to the Soviet Union. For this reason, it is mainly believed that the turning point of WWII (1939-1945) began when the USSR conquered Germany in the disastrous battle which took place in Stalingrad, Russia. However, history speaks otherwise. June 6, 1944 was the day when the Western forces successfully commenced and executed their attack upon Nazi lines by invading the sandy beaches at Normandy,…

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    The development of one society is, to an extent, determined by the influences certain leaders have on the people in the times of hardship. It is simply a concept that is to convince a certain group of people to strive towards a specific goal or mission. Whether a Prophet, King, Writer, Leader of War, or a simple boy in society, they all can have an impact on ones society and forever more change the way people live in years to come. Isaiah was a Hebrew Prophet that lived about 700 years before…

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    Sunflower Operation Plan for the NAB Company Sunflower Rhythm Jazz Coffee Café is determined to become a daily necessity for local coffee lovers, a place to dream, sit back and listening to some great music as you try to escape the stresses of life. The café will operate in a 2500 square feet property within walking distance from the St. Charles Mall located in the heart of Waldorf Md. The café will be fully equipped with tables and distinct chairs in the shape of a sunflower, refrigerators,…

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    demand would remain relatively constant within a range, which meant that the added capacity would be more than capable of fulfilling orders in a timely manner. Unsurprisingly, the results showed exactly what we expected and guided us in our next steps. For the purposes of ensuring the flow of the process as well as maximizing our profit, we also analyzed inventory data of the first 50 days at the very beginning. The data showed that there were at least 8 days (see Appendix I) we were running out…

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