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  • The Kokoda Campaign

    Their want for Port Morseby stems from the ability to attack Australia and gain power of all of Paupa, causing the pressure of a victory for the Australians to ensure protection. That same day, the Australian “Marouba Force” arrived meaning their was more support for…

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  • Anne Bonny Research Paper

    Roughly 300 hundred years ago Anne Bonny navigated along the Caribbean, capturing precious treasure, targeting low lives, and stealing ships with Jack Rackham and Mary Read ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). Anne lived during the 18th century, and had a long and arduous life full of danger, risk, and excitement ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). From the day Anne was brought into this world till the day she took her last breath, she worked hard, and was an extraordinary female. Anne Bonny is…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Earthquake In Haiti

    small while resting in the clouds. Depositing all my trust in the machinery I sat in made my stomach sink, and I couldn’t help but feel the slightest bit nervous. Then it appeared, the country I had no idea I would fall in love with eight days later. Port-au –Prince, Haiti laid directly below me; complete destruction enveloped my vision. Four years earlier, following the earthquake that devastated Haiti, seeing it remain in ruins, made my heart sink. Before I realized it, the plane’s wheels…

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  • Research Paper On Gun Control In America

    In Australia, this inciting event was a massacre in 1996 in the town of Port Arthur which left 35 people dead and 23 wounded (Klieve). This violent shooting spree was carried out by Martin Bryant, an Australian man who before the attack had been labeled as mentally unstable (Klieve). Before the Port Arthur incident there had been 13 other massacres in 18 years within the country (Chapman). Following this incident urgent pleas were made…

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  • The Importance Of A Marine Auditor

    needed to assist the ship owner prepare for impending ISM audit, and against any possible deficiencies. Practically, there are two types of ISM audits performed to verify Company/Ship compliance with the ISM code. • External Audit – conducted by Port State Control, Flag State Administration or Recognised Organisation on their behalf. • Internal Audit – conducted by the Company (the Ship owner). In this light, a…

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  • Nt1330 Unit 5 Research Paper

    local and the remote computer. However, one can run the two programs on the same computer. Such communicating programs constitute a client/server application normally; a server runs on a specific computer and has a socket that is bound to a specific port number. The server just waits, listening to the socket for a client to make a connection request (Polam, 2014). On the client- side, the client knows the hostname of the machine on which the server is…

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  • Earthquake In Haiti, Dominican Republic

    2011). The earthquake had a magnitude of 7.0 mm (Fierro, E. & Perry, C. Preliminary Reconnaissance Report). The epicenter of the earthquake was in the town of Leogane. The town of Leogane is approximately 25 kilometers west-southwest of the city of Port Au Prince. The earthquake had a depth of 13 kilometers (Fierro, E. & Perry, C. Preliminary Reconnaissance Report). The earthquake occurred on January 12th.. More than 3 million people were affected by the earthquake. There were 220,000…

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  • Clark Hoyt Face To Face With Tragedy Analysis

    images convey and the journalist’s reasons for publishing them. First, he examined the negative responses from the public, quoting Randy Stebbins for saying, “the numerous photographs printed in the Times showing the dead strewn about the streets of Port-au-Prince are unnecessary, unethical, unkind and inhumane” (Stebbins 2). Following this stance, Hoyt explains that some people, like Mary Louise Thomas, are actually grateful for the images, even though they are…

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  • Haiti Earthquake

    Jaspaul Dhaliwal 140355700 Disruptions of Evil Caused by Haiti Earthquake On January 12th, 2010, the Capital of Haiti was devastated by a magnitude 7 earthquake that left over 280,000 dead, 300,000 injured, and millions homeless, thus generating one of the most horrific natural disasters documented [1]. From being one of the largest earthquakes to ever hit our planet in over 200 years, the effects on the physical environment and the shattered community are still evident in Haiti…

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  • The Big Truck That Went By Analysis

    and help cleaning up the country. What they got instead was money that wasn’t fully spent on the Haitians and countries that wanted to help because it would benefit themselves. The help that they are getting is not being used like it should be. Port-au-Prince overflows with waste and 52 trucks that have been imported to help clean up are still sitting in customs. A good chunk of the money is spent on jet fuel for planes to come down and about $50,000 of it was spent on elevator maintenance in…

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