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  • What Or Who Is A Foreman?

    5.A. Tapes- Tape measure explained! Every construction worker has used a tape measure, although if a tape measure 's purpose is not outlined it can prove to be difficult to achieve the correct results. 1. The measuring tape blade is composed of steel or fibreglass, with each material type having positives and negatives. -Steel tapes are better at enduring stress and have a longer usage life. Fiberglass tapes are less expensive and do not rust. When working around electrical hazards, fiberglass blades are more suitable as they do conduct electricity. 6.A. metal cutting snips Cutting sheet metal is difficult without the correct tool(s), making it sharp and uncomfortable to handle. Metal snips also known as compound snips are excellent for cutting sheet metal. Every construction worker owns or has used a pair of red, green or yellow ones, each color representing a coded purpose. 1.Yellow - designed to cut a straight line. 2.Green - designed to…

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  • Reasonable Persuasion: A Possible Phenomenon

    Carty, 169 S.E.2d at 738; Coker, 410 S.E.2d at 42. In Carty, the customer was accused of shoplifting when the security guard mistook her measuring tape for the store’s price tags. 169 S.E 2d at 740. In that case, the customer was seen walking around the store with a measuring tape. Id. At some point the security guard saw her place the measuring tape inside her pocket. Id. There the appeals court held that it was reasonable to believe the customer was attempting to shoplift. Id. at 742. In…

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  • Crime Scene Evidence

    Boots, he writes about the use of hand and laser measurement devices used at crime scenes. One hand held measurement method that Books writes about is a rolling measurement device. This type of device should be checked against a steel tape measure to compare over various distances. Boots states, "Probably one of the most commonly used devices is a good old-fashioned tape measure. It is recommended to use steel tape measures as opposed to those made of fiberglass. Steel tape measures tend to…

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  • City Of Measure Essay: The Duke Vs. Angelo

    The city of Vienna in the play Measure for Measure written by Shakespeare is a fictional city ruled by the Duke, who has very few restraints and shows alot of mercy to his people. Compared to Angelo how shows little to know mercy when he was left in charge of the city. The Duke and Angelo show two very different characters who differ in their own look. Isabella is also effected by both mercy and liberty because of who she is and the choices she is given to save her brother. The Duke can be…

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  • Dirichlet And Legesgue, Henri Lebesgue's Contribution To Mathematics

    In the area of topology, Lebesgue is known for his covering theorem which is used for finding the dimensions of a set. He is also credited for his work on the Fourier series. He was able to demonstrate that using term by term integration of a series that were Lebesgue integrable functions was always valid and therefore, gave validation to Fourier’s proof of his series. What is now considered to be one of Lebesgue’s greatest contribution was his work with the Riemann integral. Before his work,…

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  • Love Is A Mix Love Tape Summary

    Love Is a Mix, Love Is a Tape. Rob Sheffield’s impressive first novel focuses on the tragic romance between himself and his first wife set on a back drop of an unrelenting stream of indie rock tracks which have been carefully and painstakingly organized into mix tapes. Music is the heart and soul of this book, it is the spark that ignited the relationship between the author, Rob, and Renée and it is the driving force that informs both of these people’s lives. Music sets the pace for this book,…

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  • Analyzing Hannah Baker's 13 Reasons Why

    Sometimes authors hide symbols and really make you hunt for them. That just happened to be the case with this one. There were various little hints, but it wasn’t a direct symbol. Each tape was numbered and labeled in blue nail polish, on the last day that Hannah saw clay/day of her life she was wearing the same blue nail polish. Clay had no idea that was the last time he'd see Hannah. She had already recorded and mailed the tapes. Hannah had already made her final decision, even if things went…

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  • Paul Revere's Ride Poem Analysis

    Poem is a piece of writing which express feelings, emotions and ideas using descriptive figurative languages. However, poems are not dependable as a secondary source and if it is written about 100 years later than when the event actually happened. Likewise, the poem cannot be trustworthy if it contains different facts from the primary source written by the person who experienced that moment and who was actually there. Furthermore, as poems use figurative languages that exaggerate things, it is…

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  • Hannah Baker Committed Suicide Analysis

    Hannah Baker committed suicide. She left 13 tapes for the 13 reasons she committed suicide. Clay Jensen, the boy who had a crush on Hannah since he saw her, now has the tapes. He 's on them. He listens, waits for his tape and finds out why Hannah commits suicide. The first tape is for Justin Foley. He was Hannah 's first kiss and he over exaggerated the story. Clay remembers the the rumors and it was the first reason he didn 't get to know her freshman year. These rumors would affect her for…

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  • Estelle Louise: A Short Story

    She immediately rummages under the seat and found, a large black plastic trash bag, a roll of duct tape, and jerry-rigged a makeshift window. Shortly after she finishes, Clemmie Sue climbs into the pickup, her long curly grayish blonde hair is a mess of sopping tangles, and the mud had liberated her shoes from her feet. Clemmy Sue instantly notices her newfangled window and says, “Lord have mercy, Estelle Louis, I wants to be thankin’ y’all a heapin’ bunch for mendin’ that there…

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