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    Red-white-red is a color combination of the Canadian flag. A maple leaf is a Canadian symbol since as early as 1700. When the Canada Day rolls around, the best way to celebrate the summer holiday and surprise your kids and guests by making healthy and delicious treats, baking cakes or cookies, and using the red-white color combination and maple leaf shapes for food decoration. White is for peace and red is for bravery, so celebrate the Canada Day with fabulous, brave and soothing desserts in red and white. Enjoying the day with good food, delicious treats, best friends, parades, and great fireworks at the end of the night is an exciting way to celebrate the summer holiday. Creative desserts in red and white and edible decorations that shaped…

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    Red Flags Summary

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    Red Flags: While I did not see any red flags that would concern me about Teddy’s development, I think that it is important that Teddy is continued to be encouraged to interact with his peers so he can learn from his peers as they can be his more knowledgeable others. Summary: Overall Teddy has had positive interactions with both his peers and caregivers. While Teddy tends to prefer company of caregivers, he is still able to interact positively with this peers, and he demonstrates having…

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    The speaker discussed about early signs and symptoms of autism and developmental disorders. The red flags with communication include delay in or lack of speech, speaking with odd voice, tone, rhythm, or pitch, echolalia (repeating words or phrases), difficulty initiating or sustaining conversations, and incongruent facial expression and verbal content. The red flags with social skills include lack of interest in other friends, not sharing interests or achievements, and difficulty reading social…

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    Red Flags Case Study

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    Red Flags: 1) The significant unusual increase in long-term assets From 2003 to 2007, we can see that Bear Stearns’s long-term assets increased $170,836 (124.96%), while its current assets increased only 16.38%. This is a red flags because long-term assets are usually funded by long-term debts or stockholders’ equity. If a company put too many assets in its long-term categories, its financial flexibility will be impaired. 2) The significant increase in current and long-term liabilities From…

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    blatantly overlooking red flags that may be staring people right in the face can cause problems later on. However, all said and done, it is not easy to spot the red flags too. So, let’s make it easier. Here is a list of a red flags everyone should know about, and noticing them early on can help people avoid heartache later. 1. Complaint Box If the date is all about the other person complaining either about their friends, colleagues, ex-partners, or life in general, be wary. Be very wary. Of…

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    Analysis: In the short film "CASTELLO CAVALCANTI" by Wes Anderson, everything is taken in a scene where is in an Italian village. The setting is filmed around that area, never film in elsewhere. The cinematography of this short film is Darius Khondji, who got many international awards and nominations. There are a lot of repeating camera movement and camera position are used in the film for example the pan and the eye level shots. The whole film has a rich color of red and yellow, the setting…

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    Bilox Fraud Case Summary

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    investigation on Biloxi, it has come to the attention of the auditors that there are red flags present within the company. The primary red flag is seen within the company’s mission statement, “Mutual dependence toward mutual success.” This mission statement is too broad and does not incorporate protocols or procedures that employees are to abide by. In, addition the employees do not have a code of ethics to follow, which includes the negative effects of fraud and the aftermath it may cause to…

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    taking a glance at my class no one, I repeat NO ONE, has anything close Disney on. Just talking to the school’s administers they struggle getting students to even show up to school. At that student council camp it was flag day. I have never before in my life celebrated flag day, but the flag was raised we stated the pledge. Then chanted USA, but flag day there are other flags not just the US’s so why chant just ours can we not celebrate Australia's flag too? SO with all the ideas we don’t…

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    Red Flags: Madoff’s ponzi scheme lasted from 1991 to 2008. During that time period, there were several red flags that showed that Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC was involved unethical behaviours. Whistleblower Harry Markopolos attempted to prove that Madoff Securities was involved in fraud from the late 1990s to Madoff’s arrest in 2008. Markopolos approached well-known economists, market analysts and the Security Exchange Commission multiple times in order to incite an open…

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    The Jeep car is important to me because it was the first car that I grew fond of, at the age of six. That’s when everything changed and I finally knew what I wanted to become when I grow up, an automotive mechanic. Now currently I am in the automotive shop at PCTI and learning to be the best of the best. Basically, everyone that knows me, are aware that I’m in love with cars and no one can change my mind about it. I’m also very known for my tallness, which i used in my everyday life to help…

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