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    courses that may be necessary to develope and enhance my knowledge. I am proffesional and trustworthy and capabale of cross checking volumes for drugs before administation. I have knowledge and experinec of cross checking to ensure the safe practice of others and myself. I would find it my responsibilty to make a differnace in the wastage of chemotheropy drugs.Most iportantly being approciable, friendly and smiley is importnat to me, to ensure patients feel at eaise wghen collecting their prescriptions. I have the ability to work under pressure, as well as be ale to problem solve. Time managment is also important to me along with being organised . I have a wide variety of experience from 10 week placement on ward 18 to district nursing in West kirby. I would love to be considered for interview to share my experience with you. I feel I am perfect for this job and would thrive in this role. I have a kind, caring nature and want to achieve. I would like to be apart of improving care within the NHS. As i have studied the Acess course i understand the importnace of infection control, equality and diversity and safegaurding.In my Access course i did many modules that have helped me prepare for working in this…

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    To understand the nature of Lee, you have to take a step back and understand who Lee was before the Marvel phenomenon: a dispirited, middle-aged company stooge working in a dying industry, with no reason to believe anything could change. He was born Stanley Martin Lieber in Manhattan’s Upper West Side on December 28, 1922, the first child of middle-class Jewish parents. Stanley’s father, Jack, had been a dressmaker but suffered from chronic unemployment during the Depression. “Seeing the…

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    DC and Marvel are the biggest names in the comic industry. With multiple comic lines and universes and an abundance of characters. The comics are limitless, however the movie universe is a different story. Whether you are an avid comic reader or not, and with numorous movies under each comic giant, you may have seen at least one or even multiple movies. Like with great empires, one clearly triumphs over the other. With that in mind, this so called 'war ' between the great powers in the comic…

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    Throughout the comic, Captain America and his team believe that the government shouldn’t have a say in the way they are run because it limits their ability to do good. On the other hand, Iron Man and his team believe that they should be regulated by the government and elected officials. The Civil War demonstrates what happens when a society is stripped of their civil liberties. In the today’s society we are facing the same problem that the Avengers are facing in the comic, some people want…

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    Change In College

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    Throughout your life, you are constantly changing. One such time in your life where change is most prevalent is college. College is one of the most important times in your life as it is when you work towards what want to do in your future. It is also a time where many people change and find out who they truly are. I have not been to college long enough to really find myself, but I have seen myself changing. Since starting college at Lakeland, I have noticed that I have become more independent,…

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    In this case study of “THE COMIC BOOK AS SYMBOLIC ENVIRONMENT:THE CASE ON IRON MAN BY JON HOGAN” talks about the realism and the technology that Iron man the marvel comic book character, inspired many of the inventions we have in our world today. “Iron Man is a popular comic series in which the relationship between humanity and technology is a dominant theme”(Hogan 201). As the new generations build on the iconic ironman, the man beneath never changes; only technology evolves with the hero.Iron…

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    Marvel takes on Dc When it comes to superheroes there would be only two series that would come to the mind of any human that takes an interest in them. Those two series are marvel which represents the characters such as the incredible Hulk, Iron man, and Captain America, but Dc Comics which represents Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Fans of the two series invest money, time and attention into these topics just off the character alone. Even though it may not seem like it, there are…

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    Tony Stark's Tragic Hero

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    Steve was contemplating everything he had beheld today, while surreptitiously watching his team. His team? Did he, he wondered, have the right to call these unique group, his team? Scoffing to himself, he pushed his empty basket away and lowered his head in exhaustion. A good leader draws from experience and he had none. With possibly the exception of Thor, none of them had any experience, yet they followed his orders, even Thor and more surprisingly, so did Tony Stark. Thor was/is a Norse…

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    Melee Research Paper

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    MELEE CIRCLE (whole group) Welcome campers back to The Science of Superpowers! Today, we’re putting our skills to the test. Can you jump as far as The Incredible Hulk, balance like Catwoman, leap as tall as Superman, sprint alongside the Flash or throw as accurately as Bullseye? As you make your way through the lesson, add to the conversation by either reading directly from the Background Information or by ad-libbing in your own words. Wonder Woman dedicates many hours each week to training in…

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    Split like his identity, perhaps a self-fulfilled wish, two brain wavelengths occupied the ragged man. The descent into shame dampened any defenses Bruce would’ve had since the transformation lacked completion; however, his frantic mental state allowed his other half access to his side of the brain – leaving the physical form a human flux between the two borderline personalities. Rather than shield puny Banner in a cocoon of darkness, an inkling of green lingered ever so possessively; a lack of…

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