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  • Effects Of Food Security In The South Pacific

    Annotated Bibliography Silke Groeneweg What are the effects of climate change and subsequent rising sea levels on food production and security of the inhabitants of islands in the South Pacific? In the past few decades, climate change has become a bigger concern for researchers and the public alike. For the inhabitants of small island nations in the South Pacific, there is no issue more pressing or potentially detrimental to their lives. Scientists, policy makers, government officials and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Struggle With Depression

    I found a mindful activity at http://www.pocketmindfulness.com/6-mindfulness-exercises-you-can-try-today/ called mindful observation. I focused on the grass in my backyard for 2 minutes. I felt extremely connected to the earth after this exercise because I felt that I was appreciating the natural world and all it has to offer. This is an exercise that I can incorporate into my daily life because it is simple and it doesn’t take much time but the lasting effect managed to stay with me all day.…

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  • Easy Ways To Lose Clients And Your Reputation Analysis

    The article “Non-Profit News: Easy Ways to Lose Clients and Your Reputation” written by Dr. Warren Corson III was about how certain things, although they may seem insignificant can affect you and your clients in a negative way. An example would be focusing on making money. When a clinician is only focused on making money their clients may feel as if they are a meal ticket. Immediately asking to have clients pay their co-payment and fill out paperwork before asking the clients why they are there,…

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  • Essay On Alcatraz

    sighted the island of Alcatraz. He named it Isla de los Alcatraces, which translates to Island of the Pelicans because of the birds which call the island home. Juan Manuel de Ayala proceeded on and charted the rest of the San Francisco Bay. In 1848, the U.S. Military realized the island could be used to its tactical advantage. Two years later, president Millard Fillmore issued an executive order designating Alcatraz for military use. Construction of a fortress began in 1853 on the island. By…

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  • Summary Of Stewart Lewis's You Have Seven Messages

    Have you ever wanted to know the entire truth even though it could hurt you? Luna a fifteen year old girl did want to know the truth. You Have Seven Messages by Stewart Lewis is mainly about Luna trying to find out how her mother actually passed away. Everyone has told Luna that her mother died by getting hit by a taxi which Luna doesn 't believe fully. Luna thinks that something different had happened and needs the help of friend and family to figure out what really happened. The main…

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  • Importance Of Volunteering In The College Of Coastal Georgia

    club. I’ve always tried to be involved in volunteer services in the community, so I continued to help out with the Satilla River Clean-up, which I had done throughout high school as well. I also volunteered for, and continue to each year, the Jekyll Island Beach clean-up and the Brantley County Relay for Life. I was a member of the Center of Academic Success, and through the program visited Sapelo Island’s Gullah festival and…

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  • Conch Shell Symbolism Essay

    Piggy and Ralph. This shell is an important part of the story throughout, and it has a sizable impact on the plot. The conch shell is displayed as a symbol of power and order, and it is what helps keep the boys civilized when stranded on a deserted island all by themselves. William Golding develops the conch shell as an object of extreme power and influence by writing the characters to have a dog like obedience to the shell, as well as whoever is holding it. At the beginning of the book,…

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  • UNI Career Fair Job Analysis

    Prior to the UNI Career Fair, I did some research on the University website to try to figure out which booths I was interested in visiting. The Lutheran Services in Iowa booth wasn’t one that was particularly on my list. This company is a non-profit organization that helps people who are struggling to parent children with behavioral or mental health issues. I wasn’t exactly sure what Lutheran Services In Iowa was all about until I walked past their station, and saw words on a poster saying “help…

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  • Strawberry Guava Essay

    Strawberry guava, Psidium cattleianum Sabine, is valued by the general public of Hawaii for its ornamental characteristics and fruit, which is frequently prepared into jams, jellies, juices, cakes, and pastries. However, due to false advertising and commercialization, guava as well as coffee, macadamia, passion fruit, and pineapples are seen as icons of Hawaii, yet they aren’t native to Hawaii. Even though these species aren’t native to Hawaii, coffee, macadamia, passion fruit, and pineapples do…

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  • I Escaped A Violent Gang Analysis

    The texts “I Escaped A Violent Gang” and “Making Sarah Cry” have similar themes of courage. Each text shows the theme differently throughout the text. In “I escaped A Violent Gang” the author had to go through different events needing courage. In “Making Sarah Cry” Sarah shows courage while standing up to her bullies. While both of these texts share a common theme, the mood of the texts is completely different. The memoir “I Escaped A Violent Gang” has a mood of sadness and is a bit scary…

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