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    Who doesn’t have a smartphone these days? In today’s modern life, smartphones are undoubtedly used for many aspects in an individual’s daily routine. Such as going on the internet to look up information from the latest weather report, to social media, and simply using the map of the smart phone to find a certain destination. Smartphones are no longer just used for calling or texting. The phones open a wide spread of availability where teachers in schools can ask their students to use their smartphones to look up a vocabulary word, take a photo of an assignment written on a board, or text themselves a homework reminder. There is already sixty two percent of schools (k-12), around the United States of America, that allow smart phones on school grounds, but ban them in the classroom. Whereas twenty-four percent of schools in America ban smart phones altogether. The question is…should students be permitted to use smart phones in school? I believe students should be permitted to use smartphones, and they should be required to use them in class daily. Smartphones are not only used to keep in touch with family and friends, but they can encourage the responsible use of technology, and they are an excellent learning resource. Having access with smartphones, comes with many possibilities to stay in touch with family and friends while in school. At any time period during the day, something serious or amazing could happen, and if students were allowed to have their smartphones with them…

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    The breeze was occasional and it carried with it the salt of the ocean and the smell of fresh, clean water. Seagulls could be heard in the distance and that boat Tessla had seen in her scans earlier was just appearing around one of the hills on the other end of the island. The palm trees stood still and got closer to the Ops Trio as they finished crossing the sand. “Should we split up and search for the artifact?” Raidon himself didn't want to split up even though he asked, and he could feel…

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    Today people use Internet to watch and listen their preferred TV and radio programs live, watch movies, read a newspaper or books, and one more big advantage, for some of them, is the opportunity to work remotely, without having to be physically present at the workplace. The development of the Internet was accompanied by a phenomenon of the explosion of social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. Thanks to them, people can always be in touch with their friends or to find those that have…

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    Academic Peer Review Paper

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    who are also experts in this field about the information and findings of this topic, in a process that allows for analysis of the subject matter’s legitimacy. The topic presented in the Obidzinski et al. article discusses the effects of growing only palm oil in Indonesia in terms of environment and socioeconomic impacts. Dr. Roth assigned this reading because it has many themes which relate to our class discussions. For example, the state of Indonesia draws some parallels with the case study of…

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    Dubai Case Study

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    The Atlantis Palm has been a big hit all around the world. However, I think that a desert safari type hotel would be a peaceful change of pace and become the perfect rival for the Atlantis Palm which is located on the peninsula of the city and has a typical beach central focus. The main districts in Dubai are Al Quoz, Jumeirah, The Creek, Downtown Dubai, and the Marina. Al Quoz is where heavy industry sits alongside high art. The Creek is the cultural heart of the city and the place to…

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    Oil Palm Essay

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    luminous. The feasibility of success in oil palm cultivation can unveil a new era for the life style of the people of the country. Cultivation of oil palm will play a significant role to confirm food security, particularly to recover the crisis of edible oil in Bangladesh. By cultivating Oil palm we can easily save importing cost for edible oil as well as we can export a noteworthy figure. The soil and climate of Bangladesh is very favorable for the cultivation of oil palm and palm oil…

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    politic and environment of Indonesia. Indonesia has decreased the production of palm oils, as almost most of the forest’s parts are developed for palm oil plantation. In Riau, Sumatera, the schools were taking day off for several days because of the smog and approximately around 58 people were having respiration suffered (Aktual.co, 2014). It also impacted on arresting the illegal loggers and provides alternative land clearing. Most of them are the corporations who operated in logging, woods…

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    Palm Oil Research Paper

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    Many do not posses much knowledge on palm oil; such as the ways it affects one’s health and how it is produced. Even though most are unfamiliar with these aspects of palm oil, they are most likely well acquainted with it and use it on a regular—if not daily— basis. Palm oil, although present in many everyday products, has immoral and unethical factors of production. Palm oil is a type of oil that comes from the fruit of palm trees. Many companies take advantage of the fact that palm oil is…

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    fact some people argue that deforestation is inevitable since Indonesia needs the land to expand palm oil plantations, which is the top export commodity for Indonesia in 2011 (Ministry of Trade & Ministry of Industry). However, this argument is somewhat questionable since deforestation that has been caused by the expansion of palm oil plantations has actually…

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    United Arab Emirates is a country full of promise and constant growth. There are always new projects and technologies popping up, and a lot of these projects aim to be “the biggest ______ in the world”. One of the issues faced by United Arab Emirates is the fact that oil will eventually run out. Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has spent the past two years working to turn his city into one that doesn’t revolve around petrodollars, UAE’s form of currency (Jennings). He wants…

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