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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 ever had that ripple effect when you walk and as you flop in your chair after a long hard day on the playground, your stomach, in return, flops onto you? You pray that no one notices the ten on the Richter scale earthquake that is going on under your clothes, but someone does, they always do. All in all, a fat kid, times, the number of asshole kids in his class, equals, getting bullied, but a fat kid, plus, a tank top, times the number of asshole kids in class equals, running home because you have literally been ripped into two separate beings and both of them were bullied. And while you’re running home, you won’t get far…

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    The Origin of the Tank The first tank ever created was built durin World War I in repsonse to many issues caused by trench warfare, which brought with its creation, a new era of mechanized war. When first produce tanks were slow and know to break down often, tanks greatly improved by the time World War II started. Development during World War I began with the Allies. France's first attempt was to create a machine to clear away the large amounts of barbed war that was strewn about the…

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    Better Off Tread Summary Drop into the battlefield in Better Off Tread and decimate your enemies with funny-looking tanks. Customize your own armored monstrous vehicles with eccentric designs, like adding a top-hat and a mustache! Compete against other players in pretty-looking battlefields by using different kinds of tanks with different capabilities. ____________________________________________________________________________ Better Off Tread is an MMO, PvP, MOBA-like game wherein…

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    Military Innovation Response Draft Israel and the United States have common (word) regarding how some of the country’s greatest innovation has started from the military. The tour through the US Army Heritage and Education Center relayed the ideas and concepts about how the innovation in private sectors was originally derived from military or government funded projects such as the M4 Sherman Tank and the minicomputer. However, they are not identical in the aspect that when a war arises and the…

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    World War 1 Summary

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    because the reality of war sunk in. The world’s top powers went to war with developing technology and tactics. The soldiers from different nations became test subjects to the nations developing weapons. For roughly four years the world would be at war. The war’s casualty count soared to almost twenty-six million, according to the book World War I by Hanson W. Allwin. Nations that updated and recreated military vehicles, new weapons, and updated military ideas had an advantage. During the…

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    Tanks During World War 1

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    The invention of the tank during world war one completely changed how countries knew how to fight. Tanks are able to move through rough terrain and destroy anything in its path. Tanks are mobile, strong, and extremely sturdy. The idea of the tanks came from a development of a farm tractor in the fourteen hundreds. Many armies wanted a mobile vehicle that could clear large gaps and could go through difficult terrain. They also didn't want to use traditional wheels.Tanks were and are still are…

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    In the photo the photographer depicts a single man, although many stepped in front of the tank at different times of the day. This action represented a small sacrifice compared to the larger one that occurred in Tiananmen Square. This time no bloodshed occurred, only a silent protest that showed the students hadn’t given up and the threat of violence wouldn’t change their steadfast beliefs. Thanks in part of this photo, the region will always be known for the courageous students who the…

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    UCO Reflection Essay

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    (Effortless Aquaria) Scientists at the National Marine Aquarium recently studied how one of the exhibits was affecting the people viewing it. The peoples heart rates as well as blood pressure dropped as more fish were added and the people also reported having better moods after viewing the exhibit. (Gebelhoff) These benefits will help our students a lot as they may be preparing for a big test or for a presentation they may have that day. Costs/Timeline When I contacted the company for a price…

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    Cliff Olson Research Paper

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    the way to private. He didn’t really become that attached with anyone. Cliff loved traveling in the army. His mom and stepdad met up with him in Europe and saw tons of places with him. The worst part about being in the military, he said, that if it came to the point it, was a job that you might have to kill people. In the military he learned a lot about himself and got to see a lot of the world, which was good for him. When the tank company was in Germany, all of the tanks would be in a line…

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    Octopus Essay

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    already grown accustomed to life in the wild, and started off being very shy. For the first weeks, whenever Montgomery tried to approach Octavia, she would stay at the bottom of the tank and there was not amount of food that would entice the octopus to rise and greet the expecting human. However, Octavia’s curiousness proved to be to big an it was only a couple weeks later that she grabbed Montgomery and had their first close interaction. Montgomery described the experience as thrilling,…

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