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  • City's Emergency Command Center
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    Sept. 16 - around 9: 00 a.m. on Tuesday and 1 World Trade Center had just been hit by a Boeing 767 passenger jet. Mayor Joe Lota and other people were going to 7 World Trade Center just across the plaza from the Twin Towers. There, on the 23rd floor, was the city's Emergency Command Center, a state-of-the-art $15 million facility designed to serve as the city's nerve center whenever disaster would strike. Three years ago, when plans for the command center were reported, the project was widely pu...
  • Canada As The Free Land
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    Canadian Identity Test. By Trevor Dawson. 1: The Canadian Identity is the stuff that all Canadian's have in common, it's like we invented hockey so that is considered part of our identity. Weal so invented Basketball but the U. 's. took that away from us by exploring it and saying that because the man was in the U. 's. it was not Canadian, but for the people that know they realize that our identity is falling apart because theU. 's. is a much bigger country so they have more power. 2: The thing ...
  • A.I.D. S Research
    452 words
    AIDS Research Amy Langton All A.I.D. S research should be funded by the government. Today A.I.D. S has become a large concern within society. Sexually active youth are constantly threatened with the chance of getting A.I.D.S... A.I.D. S is everyone's problem and a cure has to be found. With funding from the government, it will provide the capital necessary for the research to find a cure, to stop the spread of A.I.D. S; eventually bringing down the number of people contracting and spreading the ...
  • A.I.D. S The People
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    Michael Morse Tempi Hale English 102 8 October 2000 The Worse Epidemic Ever To Hit America: AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, the number one killer among Sexually Transmitted Diseases in North America, all because of the lack of intelligence about the disease. There are a lot of ways to contract the virus HIV, homosexuality is not the only way, but, Im sure thats the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions A.I.D.S. The reason people are so unaware of the virus or just dont c...
  • Life Of The Gauda
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    - According to people in Gopaplur, the Gauda"s grandfather once lived in the ruined house, and ruled 17 villages. Daily he rode his horse through the villages under his control, punishing immodest women, and chastising those who quarrelled or misbehaved. - The Gauda no longer possess great stores of grain and no longer distributes vast quantities of cloth. Nowadays, people are turned away from the Gauda"s house when they ask for jobs or loans of grain or money. - The Gauda is active in politics ...
  • Only Grounds For Sambar S Argument
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    The Ebonics Debate On December 18th, 1996, the Oakland Unified School District adopted Ebonics, a terms which is a combination of the words ebony and phonics used to describe the African-American vernacular, as a language. Since then it seems wether on talk shows, newspaper editorials or television news, everyone wants to offer their opinion. This paper will examine two very different points of view, and decide which arguments proves to be stronger. In Charles J. Fillmore ='s article AA Linguist...
  • People S Behaviors
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    You say twinkle when you get the phone call, people drink water to get rid of their stresses and you become friend with blue or pink colored person. Is it weird? Why do you think so? As humans, we have been extremely conditioned as well in our lives by various experiences. The past with its experience and knowledge and memory informs us how to react to present situations. In several ways, people!'s behaviors are conditioned by society ignoring their interests. Use of drugs, racial slurs and conv...
  • Respect For The Other Person S Opinions
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    How to Win Friends & Influence People Author: Dale Carnegie Summary: It!'s a book of human relationship techniques, full of living skills there. This book include the fundamental techniques in handling people, the ways to make people to like you, how to win people to your way of thinking and the techniques to change people without giving offense or arousing resentment. The fundamental techniques in handling people, are the ways to making friends with others, also maintain good relationships with...
  • People S Lives
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    Meursault is the stranger. When he is doing something or when he is saying something, he looks different from other people. Here are examples that show his philosophy. First, Meursault says, ! ^0 I started yelling at the top of my lungs! +/- (Camus 120). This is indicating that his mind or heartbeat is out of his control. He seems to adapt himself to new circumstances, but he might have a hard time fitting in there. Because, in this story, he never seemed have a problem himself and he never trie...
  • Different Perspective From Ken And Jimmy
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    All about perspective There are many people in the world, ever people have their own mind, so that they have different way of thinking. Their perspective and the point of view are totally different. Why they have such different perspective, because there are many factor affect the people!'s perspective such as education, professional training, life style, life experience, gender or age and family. In play and feature article, the main character ken Harrison and Jim Maclaren have the same acciden...
  • Several People Like Richard Cory
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    The narrators in Edwin Arlington Robinson,'s poem, ^aEURoeRichard Cory, ^aEUR are a few people who are standing near Cory as he walks down the street. They are going about their business when Richard Cory walks within visual range and is immediately discussed by the narrators. The town in which the story takes place in is essentially small. This sort of scenario would never take place in a larger city simply because there would be several people like Richard Cory, not just one. The people descri...
  • Different Way The Two Country S People
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    Since I have been here for a couple of days, I do find some differences between Chinese people and New Zealanders. The most interesting one is the different way the two country!'s people see beauty. Now this is really a funny example. Chinese people see big, double-eyelid ed eyes as good-looking symbols. And a big nose makes face looked more curvaceous. But it seems that western people tend to pay more attention to cute noses, tiny eyes, and delicate faces, which are typical eastern looks. Anoth...

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