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    Japes had an opportunity through his family to work in the world of grub. His uncle was president of the largest grub service in the world. UJ was a true Bull. With a big round face and a body to match, he would remind anyone of Santa Claus. UJ enjoyed his teenage years working with Japes father at their family resort. He was a self-made server that worked in every management position on his way up the corporate ladder. A remarkable story of success and determination that eventually bestowed upon him the nickname “king of grub.” During the days leading up to his start date Japes was required to go through a few interviews. These were all courtesy interviews, as UJ did not want anyone in the company to be aware that Japes was his nephew. Even…

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    purpose of a serious case review is to establish how professionals, organisations and agencies have worked together to keep children safe. It investigates the involvement between the child, organisations, professionals and the family. The Local Safeguarding Children Board carry out the review. Their role in this process, how they function and operate is set out in Working together to safeguard children 2015 and the Local Safeguarding Children Board regulations 2006. It is an independent process.…

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    balance between support and compulsory interventions in families (Beckett,2007). Section 17 of the Children Act 1989 states that it shall be the general duty of every local authority: to safeguard and promote the welfare of children within their area who are in need; and so far as is consistent with that duty, to promote the upbringing of such children by their families (HM,Government, 2013). Over 600,000 children in England in 2011-12 were referred to local authority children’s social care…

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    people having a wonderful life. Professor Plum was at his luxurious residence on February 6, 2016 just working in his hi-tech office. He was 5´3, had brown hair, blue eyes, 210 lbs., and always wore purple. There was a certain someone on her way to see him. Her name was Casey Johnson and she was 5´1 and had lovely long blonde hair. Casey just entered the best college in the world (in her own opinion). She just entered the one and only Ohio State University! The only problem was she didn’t…

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    In the three novels, shelter plays a role in defining the main characters in the novel. The way characters act towards shelter, the condition of the shelter, and the actions that happen inside the shelter give it a symbolic meaning that relates to the main character’s personality and social life. In the novel, “Boys in the Boat”, shelter symbolizes the hard work ahead of Joe and the status of his family relationship. Joe, the main character, often lives in unfinished or very small…

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    Introduction The aim of this report is to outline key legislation and guidance in relation to safeguarding children, and to identify key actions relevant in early years settings; in order to evaluate the impact these actions have on practice. Legislation Legislation is defined as "a law or set of laws suggested by a government and made official by a parliament". (Cambridge Dictionaries Online, 2006) Legislation is applied within the early years sector in order to promote safeguarding and the…

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    Part 1: Description of the social world of residence students at Carleton University At Carleton, students, especially first years decide to live at home, off-campus housing, or in residence, the most common choice. Residence is a community that is created for most students to learn and experience in their first year of university. These students come from various parts of Canada, and even around the world to live in residence, regardless of race, ethnicity, background, in order…

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    of a disturbance that was at the residence of 514 E. 8th Street. Sergeant Lesher advised that he received information from patrol supervisors on scene that while Officer Dennis Hutchins and Officer Juston Tyer were driving to the location, 911 dispatch upgraded the call to a disturbance with a weapon. Sergeant Lesher advised that he received information that Officers engaged an unknown black male that was pointing a gun at the back of another…

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    was the saddest bride that we'd ever seen. The woman tried to cheer her spirits. Lottie hugged her, "Come on Flora, it's going to turn out okay. Dan is a smart person. He'll come round." Flora smiled at Marg a little and as the hairdresser fixed her hair, "Everyone in town knew what was going on and they were all laying bets on whether the bride or groom would turn up." Livi and Gems were now in their wedding clothes and tearing around the house chasing each other. Flora came down ten…

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    Go Away from the ‘’Hell’’ Fantasy in Daniel Woodrell Winter’s Bone In the Winter’s Bone, Daniel Woodrell narrates a story of a girl Ree Dolly. She is trying to find her father, Jessup, who produces drugs, and then persuade him to show in the court. However, it is not extremely successful to find him since someone takes charge of Jessup. Ree asks many people about trail of her father but still has no answer. At that time, she gets scared from Uncle Teardrop and beat by other women in…

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