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    school?”, humiliating and embarrassing quite a few dress code violators as she pinpointed girls in the audience. Though it was understandable that the dress code violation be brought to their attention, many students had been wearing things that they’d wear on a daily basis such as sleeveless shirts or shorts that were a reasonable length. We have seen boys walking around campus with tank tops and the school’s staff have no intention on bringing it to their attention. But if a girl is caught in the same situation, she is immediately called out. Is this equality? Girls are expected to dress modestly, yet boys can dress as they please and be ignored for the rebellion. We are not saying that school must be lax with their enforcement on dress codes, but rather that schools apply the same regulations to both…

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    before our late 30s. Here is a fun deal we can arrange. If you make it big as a writer, you will hire me as your agent/manager. If I make it big in business, you will be my official biographer. Haha I started to eat out here and there. I get bored of the same sandwich every Tuesdays and Thursday. Those are the days I am on campus whole day. It was not every day, I should have been clear on that. They opened a new pizzeria across the street from PCC. I went there the other day and ate two…

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    Tank Top Research Paper

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    How to Get the Prefix Tank Top before Your Name Step 1: Be a fat kid, get bullied, and avoid tank tops To a fat kid, wearing a tank top is like sticking a note on your own back that says kick me. You’re a target. Kids would make fun of the rolls that weren’t hidden by cloth. Although no matter what clothing you have on you’re a target. When you put your hands up and your shirt follows exposing the fleshy mounds that is your stomach you my dear reader is a target for bullying by kids. Have you…

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    “What do i have to do to get your respect?” “If you're really as hard as you say, come with us and rape an innocent bystander,then we'll know your hard.” After that he took a couple of minutes to contemplate if he should go back to his old life of sell weed and crack but his dream of cars and diamonds made him say,”i'll meet you at a quarter to three!” The next day they drove around there hood slowly while it was pouring,Smokin' blunts, drinking' and joking' for entertainment, until they saw a…

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    Throughout the years, dress codes have become standard practice in many high schools across the country. While there may be some variation among the rules, most dress codes have a similar foundation. Many include restrictions about the length of skirts, dresses, and shorts. It is also common for there to be regulations on shirt sleeves (spaghetti straps, sleeveless shirts, etc.) as well as garments that are transparent or expose the midriff area. Most schools do not allow clothing with…

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    Ghost Narrative

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    Mustache’s hands and hit the ground with a thud. “A lead, huh?” The man glared at me. “Well, you need to watch where you’re going because you almost knocked me over.” The leaves rustled. “Who’s there?” Another man peered through the branches. “Did you kids hear the screams?” Why is he hiding behind a tree? I thought. “It was a ghost,” Seth said, dusting off his jeans. “Ghost?” The man stepped out of the foliage to wedge himself between Seth and me. He had short dark hair and a wrestler’s…

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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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    manager did not choose candidates because their attire was either too flashy of fashionable. It is important to dress the part when going to the interview if not the same though a similarity will make a difference in making an impression. The way one presents oneself gives the interviewers a good idea to the visible eye how serious the person wants the position. For example, a candidate shows up to a business interview wearing sweatpants and flip flops and mess up hair just after waking up is an…

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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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    The men's ideal body changed in the nineteen thirties. The ideal body for a man was very athletic looking. If a man wanted a job, they would work out to look bigger and stronger so that job would hire them. Most jobs during The Great Depression required a great amount of strength (Vintage Dancer). The ideal look during the summer for men was a short-sleeved shirt that was a button down. Most summer shirts were tan colored. Winter shirts were dark blues . Each button down shirt had four pockets,…

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