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    people, West Palm Beach, Florida, is one of the better residential communities within driving distance of the downtown Miami area. The city plays host to the annual Sunfest Music Festival and provides plenty of access to the arts and culture. On the downside, West Palm Beach is greatly influenced by the high levels of drug and alcohol use that have become commonplace in many parts of Miami-Dade County to the south. The Effects of Drug Crimes on the West Palm Beach Area It's no secret that crimes associated with substance abuse have been on the rise throughout many parts of South Florida due in part to the area's waterways, which provide easy access for drug traffickers to being drugs like heroin into the United States. The area is also known for its party atmosphere, which makes drinking a popular form of adult entertainment.…

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    writer is VITAS Healthcare in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach Program is part of a national for profit Hospice. The Context provides medical, emotional, and spiritual care to individual sand their families at the end of life. This paper provided a brief historical description of VITAS, information about VITAS in Palm Beach County, and the description of Palm Beach County. Historical Descriptions VITAS was founded in 1978 as Hospice Care Inc., a one of kind hospice program which is a…

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    ours after Donald Trump’s Inauguration, a post appeared on the official White House petitions page, demanding that he release his tax returns. In only a few days, it gathered more signatures than any previous White House petition. The success of the Women’s March had shown that themed protests could both mobilize huge numbers of people and hit a nerve with the President. On Easter weekend, roughly a hundred and twenty thousand people protested in two hundred cities, calling for him to release…

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    Ronnie Ingram Case Study

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    Whether an arrest warrant can be issued for Ronnie Ingram for the unsolved homicide. SHORT ANSWER Yes, because Ronnie Ingram was arrested for the robbery and the gun found in the robbery case was the same gun used in the homicide. It was also admitted by Damien Jones in a conducted interview that Ronnie Ingram was the murder. FACTS Based on a recent armed robbery, my team was able to solve a homicide from 1989. The recent evidence found connected to the unsolved homicide from 1989. On…

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    Haxi, the perception towards South Florida’s public transportation usage does not decrease traffic congestion. Despite this, Brightline is designed to be an alternative means of driving. Brightline plans to tackle the high volume of vehicles driven, tourism and the lack of highways. The company hopes to reduce these issues and draw more passengers with its convenience and safety. Brightline is a high-speed rail system expected to launch in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach in the…

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    Pompano Beach Disasters

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    In Miami, sustained winds reached 60 mph (97 km/h), shattering plate-glass windows and interrupting electrical and telegraph services.[26] The Florida East Coast Railway Station in Hallandale Beach was nearly destroyed. Windows and roofs were damaged in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale, but damage was minor overall.[11] At the latter, the storm also downed power lines, telephone wires,[27] and trees, and destroyed car garages.[26] The storm left two fatalities in the city.[28] In Pompano Beach, the…

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    and writing skills. Although these subjects are the primary basis of elementary, middle, and high school learning, they fail to assess a student’s mindset, thought process, creativity, whether they have a special talent, if they are dyslexic, or if they were just sick on test day to name a few. Personally, my first year of taking FCAT Writes in the fourth grade, I was so ill that I dragged myself to school, took the test with a trash can next to me for the multiple times I vomited during the…

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    The breeze was occasional and it carried with it the salt of the ocean and the smell of fresh, clean water. Seagulls could be heard in the distance and that boat Tessla had seen in her scans earlier was just appearing around one of the hills on the other end of the island. The palm trees stood still and got closer to the Ops Trio as they finished crossing the sand. “Should we split up and search for the artifact?” Raidon himself didn't want to split up even though he asked, and he could feel…

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    typical home of beach culture. Surprised? Yeah, don’t be. Africa is blessed with stunning stretches of sandy beaches, where you can soak up the sun all day long. The continent has become a correspondent with beach holidays, thousands of travellers from all over the world visit Africa to explore the endless white sand beaches, experience the rare way of life centred around its beaches, and indulge in fascinating water-activities. SEE ALSO: 10 of the Best Beaches in Kenya African beaches offer…

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    Academic Peer Review Paper

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    who are also experts in this field about the information and findings of this topic, in a process that allows for analysis of the subject matter’s legitimacy. The topic presented in the Obidzinski et al. article discusses the effects of growing only palm oil in Indonesia in terms of environment and socioeconomic impacts. Dr. Roth assigned this reading because it has many themes which relate to our class discussions. For example, the state of Indonesia draws some parallels with the case study of…

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