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    was mean towards her, telling her what to do and called her names that she felt were mean. The client’s mother stated that the client had another situation with another peer where she told them that there pencil fell on the floor and the student was mean toward her by stating that he knows his pencil fell, called her a name and said to her “she doesn’t have to tell him what to do”. The client stated she understood the difference of the two situations and that she knows what was wrong. But she…

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    Essentials for Any Makeup Kit A makeup box is a woman’s most adored possession. No matter how carefully you had applied your makeup after a few hours it tends to fade away or even crumble. A thoughtfully customized kit has all the essentials to revamp the face at any place; anytime. Mentioned below are a few suggestions from those makeup pros to all the cosmetic virgins. 1. Brushes One of the most essential part of your kit are the brushes.The use of brushes in makeup application gives precise…

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    The kids in school right now using the pencil and paper method are going to grow up and be the next doctors, lawyers, salesmen who are immersed in a world of technology with no proper technological experience. Allowing for schools to involve technology into a daily learning basis will not only…

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    The Viola Monologue

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    part, am I going to be able to get through it? Should I stop and play it again? I know I could have done better than that. With the final chord, I looked over at the judge, who was making notes. The only noise in the room was the scratching of his pencil. But the noise in my head was so loud, I thought my ears would explode. What was he writing? Did I play that bad? Was I going to score high enough to make it into the orchestra this year? Questions raced through my mind as I thought of all the…

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    Bacteria Lab

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    Introduction: Over the course of about a week, I ran and studied a lab that represents the ecology of life with bacteria. To test how the ecology of life works, we measured and reviewed the growth of bacteria after washing one’s hands at different intervals of time. After washing our hands four times in 30 second intervals, we wiped a finger on a different segment of an Agar plate where our bacteria would have a strong environment to grow and develop. To be sure that each individual whose’…

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    Nate Matthews Holli Jackson Sports Medicine, Period 4 November 4, 2016 ImPACT vs SCAT3 Essay In an effort to compare and contrast the ImPACT test and the SCAT3 test I'm going to point out some similarities and some differences on how they are used to assess concussions in today's athletes. First off, the ImPACT test is a computerized test and the SCAT3 is a manual pen and paper test. The SCAT3 seems like it is a little less effective than the ImPACT test. And the SCAT3 should be used more…

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    I could almost see the markings of a pencil that had been pushed into the texture of the white wall. I stood up, and walked over to see what it said. I passed a lady who had fallen asleep on my right that filled the room with an obnoxious rumble that echoed throughout the room. I neared the spot and could make out the words “Hel…” the last word, looked like someone had drew it if they had been in a hurry to write it before they were taken away. Fear encased my brain as I wandered what actually…

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    Tara Donovan Analysis

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    Tara Donovan is an American artist from Brooklyn, New York who creates sculptural installation art pieces out of everyday simple objects, such as plastic cups, paper plates, pencils, straws, and polyester film. Donovan transforms these ordinary everyday objects into large-scale installations which in some cases create a depiction of nature resembling landscape scenes including, mountains glaciers, icicles, rocks, and more. When Donovan was interviewed by Daniel Comiskey, he asked her, “Why use…

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    A large of amount of the items I bring with me on a daily basis, are those which I find necessary for my routine. Among these are 2 inch binders for each different subject; a red pencil bag, mostly filled with useless dry pens and scraps of paper that I've been procrastinanting to throw out; a variety of snacks, candies and chewing gum; my spare house key; my two calculators, a TI-89 for Pre- Calc and a non-graphing calculator that I forgot to romove after the Ap Bio exam; my cell phone and its…

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    his dead body, before Lukas gets a chance to find out what happened. Most importantly, before Lukas gets a chance to put a name to this body. However, Lukas does see stains of blood on Petro’s blankets; he also sees a hat and an open notebook with a pencil close by. He stares on the empty pavement with its odd remains of a life that has seized to exist. He knew Petros was sick and he shouldn’t have left him. He looks at the euro in his hand that he was going to give him. No, Petro didn’t need…

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