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    caused me to have a preconceived notion that the rest of the world is struggling and their living conditions are getting worse. For example, in the question where they ask you how old you think the average life expectancy is in the world, I knew that in countries like America it must be high, but I ignorantly believed that in other developing countries people are dying much younger due to malnutrition or other issues that come with extreme poverty. However, this quiz reveals that the everyone in the world is living longer, being educated, getting out of poverty, and overall improving their quality of life. Don’t Panic: The Truth about Population Question 1: In “Scouring the Globe to Give Shoppers an $8.63 Polo Shirt” (assignment #3c) and “Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt” the people in Bangladesh are displayed in a poor and unfortunate light. Portraying them as “a large population of poor, young women willing to work from dawn to dusk for a few pennies an hour”(19) and people whose lives are getting worse and worse because they are at the mercy of the garment industry. Though it may be true that many women…

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    the descriptions between the “allmylife” items and the eBay items there was a noticeable difference between how each was described. After I reviewed a few items on the “All My Life” sales list and selected the “Fine Green Shirt” item to compare to eBay sale items. The descriptions that I found on eBay were a combination of both subjective and objective due to the fact that the author of the auction provided facts about the material the shirt was made out of, which was stated as 100% cotton, but…

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    Our own polo shirts are a svelte and elegant labour of love that take our legendary craftsmanship (at every stage of the process) and combine it with the softest, warmest and most delicate materials and the most innovative knitting techniques to create a garment that is most at home on cold nights where style still matters. Our top-tier technology (first sourced from Japan back in 1993) is used to create innovative patterns and textures dreamt up by our small, but dedicated expert team of fabric…

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    In my last few weeks at Harpers Ferry, a man in his mid-fifties walked into the Provost Marshal’s office. He was a big man, maybe six foot four. Bald, overweight, wearing a red polo shit and sagging cargo pants with sunglasses pressed into his forehead. I was already talking to a family from the Carolinas interpreting the experiences of the town’s citizens after the war, when across the former slave states Provost Marshals were replaced by agents of the newly formed Freedman’s Bureau. They were…

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    Kinslee has been riding horses for around seven years. She started with the very basics of riding horses and advanced from there. She is now jumping horses at around two foot three inches and showing them in the academy beginner division. Kinslee completely fell in love with the sport and the animals. She even know works with them everyone weekend by being the barn hand where she rides. People often tell Kinslee "Riding is not a workout or a sport because the horse does all of the work."…

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    The sun was just beginning to rise as I woke up early Saturday morning. In a couple of hours, my team would be playing our second game against Waiakea High School. Winning this game meant that the Konawaena girls Water Polo team would be put into fourth place in the playoffs, which was in 20 days. I had confidence in my team that we would be able to perform well and I knew that because of our hard work and dedication during practice, it would prepare us for a successful game. My first year…

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    Horses In Art

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    Tang San Cai depicts scenes of trade along the silk road and scenes of daily activities. During the Tang Dynasty, polo match was a popular sport. In case that the long hair of the horse tail intertwines with poles, Tang people would tie up the tail of the horses to make it look very short. Since the tail of the horse in this ceramic is really short and the female rider is wearing pants instead of the traditional dress, this earthenware is probably depicting a female polo player. As we can see…

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    Snaffle Bit Analysis

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    When choosing the right bit for your horse, you must first decide what type of bit would work the best, either curb or snaffle bit. A snaffle bit is usually made of two rings and a piece of material that goes through the horse mouth. The size and shape of rings can widely vary, as well as the material that makes up the mouth piece. A snaffle bit achieves direct pressure on the horse mouth because when you pull on the reins, the snaffle bit , put the amount of pressure you are pulling with on to…

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    Wgu Est1 Task 2

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    Part A: Standards and Procedures 1. Dress Policy-Employees must adhere to business casual attire during schedule shifts. Male employees are permitted to wear dress slacks and khaki’s. Female employees are allowed to wear dress capris, skirts, and dresses; however, if the clothing has a split it must be either at or below the knee. Additionally, women’s clothing must allow a comfortable fit for sitting in public. Employees may wear polo’s shirts, blouses, jackets (suit or sports jackets),…

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    One example of this is at sport practices. On a hot day of practice guys are allowed to wear things like muscle tees, or at some schools no shirts at all, but if a girl's shorts are too short or their sports bra is visible, even through a shirt, they have to go change (Roshell). This applies to casual clothes as well. At school they focus on how much skin a girl is showing, or the length of her clothes but, with guys schools focus on things like if they have on a belt, or if the garment has…

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