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  • Dawn Soap Your Hands
    475 words
    Dawn Hand Soap Memo Purpose In this memo we will take an in depth look at the magazine advertisement used by Dawn dishwashing soap. With a specific focus on the ad's purpose, description, their target audience, and the ad's strategies. Overall Recommendation They want you to leave with the idea, if you use Dawn soap your hands will posses a unique feeling of freshness. This is a positive way to market a rather boring product. Purpose of Ad They provide you with a visual image of a woman's hand. ...
  • Reclusive Wing
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    Sherwood Anderson is identified as the "Father of Realism", the master of characterization, and the creator of the epiphany. He broke through the barriers of Classic American Literature and introduced a style that is focused on distinct moments. Although remarkable, many of his stories lack the traditional structure of plot. Instead Anderson states that these single bursts of inspiration are the stories of people, and are therefore to be left untouched upon completion. His crowning achievement, ...
  • Interaction With The Smart System
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    After extensive last minute digging, I finally found a manager who trusted me enough to supply me with the name of the inventory system that is used. Unfortunately for me this is all I could uncover from my employer, but it is a start. Wal-Mart uses the SMART system. Because of the way it is spelled I can only assume that it is an acronym. I have been searching for over an hour on Google. com and finally produced some meager results, but here they are. Background From the results produced, I am ...
  • My Den Offers
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    My Den is a great place to hang out, play some pool, or just get away from the stress of everyday life. My Den offers superior sound and entertainment. It has no stress related items such as a telephone, computer, desk, and no pagers are allowed. This room represents fun and relaxation for all that enter the room. My entertainment center offers a wood grain big screen TV. Complete with surround sound and multi-function remote. The picture within picture offers dual sport viewing, to bring live s...
  • My Hand In The Most Annoying Fashion
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    Personal Writing: An-Yang " Shua-ng ing!' (Children!) The sound of her strident voice reverberates down the narrow stairwell. I remember that musty, dark, winding stairwell that led to her second floor apartment in Glendale as vividly as I did the day I established a meaningful relationship with my grandmother. Through this relationship, I have come to know her as a friend, a confidante, and lastly, a woman I admire. I was only seven at the time, and the only thing I cared about was the fact tha...
  • Mike Tyson
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    1 SATIRE When we think of boxing, we usually think of the gloves, the mouthpiece, the ring. When we think of past boxers, we can think of boxers like Muhammad Ali or George Foreman. There are present boxers like "Bite" Tyson and his colleague E vander "Hol years". Boxing has been considered by many as a brutal sport, a sport for beasts, as many non- boxing fans would say. Mike Tyson has given credit to all this talk by boxing with his mouth and not with his hands. With Mike Tyson's cannibalism a...
  • Baby The Issue
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    Loyalty in a relationship may be the difference between a healthy family and a heartbroken family. This is the thesis statement for my essay, which i am writing on the story Popular Mechanics. One theme I am going to discuss in my paper is the effects of cheating in a relationship, which is symbolized thru the snow melting into dirty water. Another theme I will discuss in the paper is a broken home or life which is symbolized thru the flowerpot being knocked down. The title for my paper is going...
  • Cerebral Palsy A Disease
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    The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat As a child, I watched Alfred Hitchcock Theater, The Twilight Zone and other science fiction or horror shows. Often times the storyline was based on a victim's mental problems or their skewed perception of the world. Looking back, I remember the fascination I felt when watching one specific episode of the Twilight Zone. In this particular episode, a man turned into a zombie by some type of poison. Essentially he was still alive, but he was dead to the world....
  • Silversmith's Apprentice
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    Esther Forbes hooks the reader on to the book by giving them a conflict right in the beginning. Johnny's mother died when he was 14 years old, but before she died, he had signed up to be a silversmith's apprentice. Johnny was very talented and became one of the best apprentices in all of Boston. Many admired him, and others were jealous of him. Dove, who lived with Johnny, was one who was jealous of him. So, when Johnny had asked him to get a silver melting pot, Dove gave him a broken one. Dove ...
  • Twelve Different Muscles Of The Hand
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    Without the hand, it would be almost impossible for the world to be the way it is today. The importance of this body part is extremely essential for humans to survive. The hand helps to perform in everyday tasks such as opening a Coke bottle or writing a research paper. This is probably one of the most important body parts of the human body. Without the hand, humans would be unable to make and use the tools which led them into the age of today. The human hand is made up of 27 different bones. Ei...
  • Hands
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    It was in June. I was on a School Geography Field Trip to Thailand. I was separated from my teachers and classmates while we were visiting a rice farm in the outskirts of Bangkok. Soon I found myself alone in a strange foreign land. I walked for days and days until my legs could carry me no further. Then i stopped by the riverbank to get some water to quench my thirst. When i was drinking, I noticed that the jungle was eerily silent. My eyes were scanning all around the jungle, looking out for p...
  • Head In Your Hands
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    to me it sounds like your doing better than i am... me and katie don't talk n'e more, shes bein more like her mom everyday... me and jed are still good friends, me and james get along more now than n'e thing... hes got a girlfriend named amanda, shes pretty... me and you need to do sum thin... n i'm not gonna ask you to smoke, n i'm not gonna get you to drink, and i'm not gonna put the moves on you or n'e thing... well i might take you behind a corner and... nah jk... but for real... but if you ...
  • Blows In Karate
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    Introduction There are four major types of karate- Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Okinawan. We will be focusing on the Japanese style of karate. General Information Karate is one of the most popular Oriental forms of unarmed combat called martial arts in which a person kicks or strikes with the hands, elbows, feet, or knees. Although some styles also teach throwing techniques, arm and wrist locks, and use of weapons such as the staff (bo) or knuckle dusters (tekno). History Karate entered Japan ...
  • My Hand
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    Now the door opened slowly and I saw him, a figure as dark as the night itself and he had a chilly look as the night had. He was short stature d, well built with thickset shoulders. He stood there, a dark shadow. I knew he was taking stock of the situation. Then something in his hand gave a sparkle. He had a big knife in his hand. As I saw the knife in his hand the picture of psycho flashed in front of my eyes. My heart sank within me. Instinctively my hand switched on the light. We saw each oth...
  • Importance Of Hand
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    Look at your hands. What do you see? What about the things you don't see? Did you know that you carry millions of germs on your hands? Most are harmless, but you can pick up some that can cause illness such as colds, flu, diarrhea and other more harmful disease causing pathogens. When we forget to wash our hands or don't wash them properly, we can spread these germs to other people or give them to ourselves. So, how likely are you to be caught "dirty handed"? You may be surprised. Observations m...
  • Germs On My Hands I
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    I. Introduction. Hello, my name is Mrs. Smith and I am a going to talk to you today about germs, how germs make us sick, and how to stop germs from making us sick... I have some helpers with me today. They are Mrs. Beth, Mrs. Jennifer, and Ms. Sue. II. Why wash out hands? Have you ever seen germs? i. (No). Germs are so small they are INVISIBLE... Can anyone tell me what "invisible" means? i. It means you can't see something ii. Germs are so small that you can't see them unless you have a microsc...
  • Choking Victim's Life
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    Performing the Heimlich Maneuver, on someone who is choking, is fairly easy. There are three simple steps that you need to follow. If each step is followed correctly, you will have no problem saving a choking victim's life. Before you begin, you must recognize that the person is actually choking. If they are coughing or gasping, then air is still able to pass through. Therefore, performing this maneuver could actually do more harm. Someone who is choking will not be able to speak or breathe. The...
  • Helen The Five Senses
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    Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880, in Tus cumbia, a little country in northern Alabama. When Helen Keller was eighteen months old, she got a severe illness, which was meningitis. After the illness, Helen had lost her sense of sight, hearing, and became mute. At age five, Helen Keller learned to fold and put away her clothes neatly, which was a difficult task for her to do, because she had lost her sense of sight. Since she needed help, her loving family hired a tutor named Anne Sullivan. An...
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
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    Julie Gibbons is 25 years old. To people on the street she looks like a normal women in the prime of her life, but to those who know her well, know about the illness she suffers from daily. As soon as her alarm goes off in the morning, a feeling of dread comes over her. She immediately goes to the bathroom and washes her hands. She steps into the shower and washes her hands repeatedly between washing different parts of her body. After about 45 minutes in the shower she gathers her dirty clothes ...
  • Anthrax Bacterium
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    Anthrax is a bacterium that was first founded in 1876. The anthrax bacteria can survive in the soil for decades. When this bacterium gets into the air, the sunlight can easily kill the bacteria. Recently terrorists and criminals got their hands on this bacterium. The most risk for this bacterium is for animals. This bacterium looks like baby powder. It is white and powdery. When come in contact with this powdery substance you should wash your hands and leave the room. Washing your hands can keep...

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