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    by relating with the targeted audience with the first sentence “Let’s face it: in a city where parking space is precious, every snowstorm can turn our streets into a battlefield.” and then gives the reason for the fact “The familiar culprit? Space savers—which include anything from bright-orange road cones to ironing boards to life-size cardboard cutouts of the Rock—plopped into cleared-out public parking spots to mark the shoveler’s territory.” and then gives the specific details about the…

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    Your starting point will be at the Hamilton GO Station. If you are inside of the building, please proceed to the John St S exit.From John St S, take a right on the following intersection. Continue to walk along John St S and turn right onto Forest Ave. To know if you are on the right track, you may have noticed a Subway and the Corktown Plaza.Continue walking on Forest Ave and your destination will be on your left. Look for the “Rastrick House” sign if you are stuck. Continue walking on Forest…

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    Drunk Driving Monologue

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    which would upset her more, listening to her husband’s yelling about her drinking or Judge Lucas’s lectures. When she pulled into the parking lot, she glanced at Mike sitting in his car. Opening the car door, she noticed the look of disappointment on his face as she sat in the front seat and fastened the seatbelt. Without acknowledging her, he backed out of the parking space without saying a word. He never smiled her while driving toward the courthouse. At last, tears rolled down her cheeks,…

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    different touch points of our interaction with Sprint we had many thoughts and different emotions. The beginning of any customer journey starts in the parking lot. Fortunately the parking lot of sprint was well spaced out, had good view to the store, and a very short walk to the entrance of the building. We were content that we didn’t have to fight for parking. We were also highly pleased we only had to take a short walk to enter the building…

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    for the locals because the tourists cause traffic and take residential parking spaces when trying to get to 33rd Street. Solve all the residential complaints caused by 33rd Street businesses, changes must be executed by city council to save the precious neighborhood. Since there is no single way to solve such a major issue, many ideas must come…

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    Snow Boot Analysis

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    Ice Traction I'm not sure if this boot would be great for large snow piles in the woods. It could definitely be warm enough, but the ridges on the sole are not made for hiking long distances in the snow. They're great on ice, though. Ice covered parking lots were no problem for these boots. Considerations for Purchase When purchasing, keep the small sizing in mind. If you'd like to add thicker socks, you might need to go a whole size up to give yourself room. These are stylish, every day…

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    The door next to the desk whines as a woman steps out, of about fifty, in a pantsuit and glasses framed by short white hair. She calls my name. My heart jumps. It’ll only be an hour. One hour with her and then I can go. We get up and follow her around a corner, into a room with a couch on one side and a cushioned chair on the other. The pieces move into their assigned places. Here comes the classic psychiatry intro where my answers will always be the same: “Hope Magee. Fifteen. Pine High School.…

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    It cost about 75 to 80 dollars per square feet to create parking. Parking space is as limited as other places in Los Angeles and not all residents can get a parking space. 30% residents use public transportation such as buses and metro. Stairs and elevators occupy twenty percentage area of each floor. In the central meeting room, heights of chair arms are lower…

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    with my brother to head to school. As we zoomed down the road trying not to be late, we road quietly as the music played in the background. Things did not seem so horrible now that we were on the way to school. When we got into the parking lot, my brother flew into a parking space and we hopped out the car and quickly closed the door.…

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    “The Baseball Card” ` Rickey and Gary out of school at 2:45 , and they take the same route to school every day. They cut through the old car dealership parking lot , when the boys started to cross the parking lot Gary spotted an old shoe box. Gary then began to kick the box across the parking lot as he walked. Stop gary that's super annoying said Rickey , Gary just looked at Rickey and rolled his eyes and continued to kick the box. Gary gave it one more hard kick and when he did the…

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