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    In September of 1969, I was five years old, and I started to attend kindergarten. This was the first school year for the newly organized Mid-Valley School District. The new proper name of our school was the Olyphant Elementary School, but we commonly referred to it as the Mid-Valley Elementary School in Olyphant. My classroom was in the part of the building that used to be the Olyphant Central School; the part that was dedicated in 1910. This was the same school building in which my great-uncle John and my grandfather attended seventh and eighth grade. My father attended the tenth through twelfth grade in this building as well. Albeit, they had classes in the annex. The Olyphant Elementary School was a majestic brownstone building with ivy climbing the exterior walls. There was pipe fencing along the walkways to prevent people from going onto the lawn. The school was fortress-like in appearance. On the corner of the lawn, just inside the fence near the flagpole, there was a howitzer and a monument that looked like a tombstone. It looked like the howitzer was there to defend the school. We were told that it was used in the war. Even though at the time the United States was involved in the Vietnam War, whenever our teachers said the war, they meant World War II. There was one kindergarten classroom in our school. We had half-day kindergarten. The students who lived in the Grassy Island, Fern Hill, and Smoketown sections of Olyphant (side of the railroad tracks…

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    Flask Synthesis Lab Report

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    transferred to the round-bottom flask (RBF) using the plastic funnel. Three milliliter of tert-butyl methyl ether and two or three boiling chips were added into the flask. The black plastic connector was used just like the distillation column with air condenser set-up. The flask was clamped to the ring stand using 3-pronged clamp. The flask was lowered into a slightly depression in the sand without touching directly to the sand. The mixture was then boiled gently at the boiling point for 10…

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    instruments. Each one varies due to the certain make and model of the vehicle with the different variations on the particular vehicle. Take a truck for instant it has a speedometer, tachometer, and transmission temperature gauge. Due to the fact that it will be towing a heavy object and be putting stress on the motor, so it doesn’t get too hot the gauge is there to protect it. Now on a sport car your two main instruments will be the speedometer and the tachometer. The speedometer is there to…

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    The light began to flicker. She rotated to the light switch gently. Nobody was there. Maybe the light bulb is loose, she thought to herself. She pranced upon her bed, which was beneath the light, and tried to screw in the light bulb a bit more. there was nothing wrong with the light bulb. She tilted her head in confusion. Maybe it gave out, she convinced herself. Wait didn’t I just change it today? Her thoughts commenced to gallop wildly in her head. Suddenly, there was a deep chuckle in the…

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    Muted Stars Research Paper

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    Something pulls at my heart when I look into the stars. Something in the great beyond pulls at me, calling me, begging me to claim it as my own. Something in the great nothingness that envelopes our tiny planet is beckoning me. Maybe it’s nothing. Maybe it’s a fool’s hallucination, the manifestation of a child’s dream. Maybe it is a call that was meant to be answered by men and women far greater than I’ll ever be. Maybe the signal got lost on it’s way to find Earth’s next great hero and instead…

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    Dental Clinic Case Summary

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    Q4) How do you to test the following equipment is functioning correctly prior to use and how can you tell when it does not? What action would you take if the equipment failed? a) Dental chair We are testing chair practically every day when we are switching chair on. If the chair is not moving we checked the main switch on the side at the bottom, if the pressure is on in bottle with water for procedures and if the switch over the table with computer is on. If all is on and chair is still not…

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    While these developments may seem very beneficial, they are harmful in that unemployment rates increase every time another machine is created. Vacuum cleaners replaced the jobs of those who would toil away and make sure every fiber of an expensive rug was properly cleaned and colored. Some of these carpet workers could even restore carpets to their original grandeur. One could also say that, with the creation of the vacuum cleaner, people became lazier. In fact, this is one point that affects…

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    Shark Rotator Professional Lift Away Euro-pro has been bringing to the market very innovative high quality floor care products for the last two and a half decades. Their vacuum models are mid-priced and provide great customer satisfaction. Hey back their products with some generous warranties.TheShark Rotator Professional Lift Away tops the list of quality vacuum cleaners with its amazing features and ease of use. Features of the Shark Rotator Professional Lift-Away NV501 Lift-away capability…

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    Small Vacuum Cleaner Speech

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    English: Small vacuum cleaner English: Small vacuum cleaner (Photo credit: Wikipedia) If you are a keen shopper who keeps an eye on online news rather than rely on printed national newspapers, then you may know the fuss and nonsense of the new EU law that has come into force for lowering vacuum cleaner motor watts to a maximum of 1600 watts and then in 2017 lowering it further to just 900 watts. If you are in the U.S or Canada, this kind of news may not apply to you since the U.S and Canada…

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    Method Of Titration

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    course of action was to gather the necessary lab equipment. These included a burette, four Erlenmeyer flasks, a stir plate, a stir rod, a sample of phenolphthalein, a sample of 1M Potassium Acid Phthalate, and finally a sample of 6M Sodium hydroxide. After obtaining these materials, the next course of action was to calculate how much 6M Sodium hydroxide was needed to have .5 liters of .1M Sodium hydroxide. The calculation outputted 8.3 milliliters of Sodium hydroxide. This output informed that…

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