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    • FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS. Law of Conversation of matter. The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity. Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side. Whittier was born on a farm all alone. TOUGHS. "You have a pretty tough-looking lot of...
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    • "The old-time cowhand lived in the saddle. He was strictly a riding man, and detested walking even for short distances. The true cowboy's life, with its hardships, isolation and dangers, developed all the sterner qualities to a high degree." "On a...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 79 to handle the things that bother them about another person. Sister-wives do not always get along; when this happens, each woman must evaluate her own needs and work out the issues. Much like interviewee #13, Interviewee #4...
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    • find some. We will need two of them since we are projecting on two walls so everyone can see easily. We want to start building our volunteer base for the dinner so we can have beyond excellent service. Byron was talking about finding college...
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    • Byron and I discussed any pressing matters we needed to deal with for the SATW dinner. The one thing we do not have finalized is the centerpieces. I know Wendy from Bloomer’s is supposed to have something done for us by April 5, but I did not...
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    • would. I sent him an email about the event and asked if he could pass the email along or ask some other students about volunteering. We ruled out asking Chartwell’s because they probably would not be able to provide volunteers. Byron told me Jana...
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    • THE WEB 229 Analytics 169 Using these basic data as your baseline, you could then test different areas of the conversion process to determine where improvements could be made, focusing on the touch points. In the example above, the first place to...
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    • U.S. Embassy 31 experiences like “argument” or “the mind,” structural metaphors emerge as the format for how we understand these ideas. Structural metaphors “allow us…to use one highly structured and clearly delineated concept to...
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    • U.S. Embassy 34 (Dobson, 1970), the U.S. redefines its authority as developing nations threaten its authority (Barker & Tinnick, 2006). This identity construction is brought about through social means. Sandhu explained that countries viewed as...
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    • U.S. Embassy 55 like to write cables about, and hopefully I’ll have time to form more than just one religious cable (report). Cable topics will include anything that the government should be involved with (in this case, issues with anything...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 44 appreciation was addressed, the teachers reported a wide variety of positive emotions. Ashley reported feeling "happy", and "supported." John said that he felt "happiness" and "confidence." Sherry explained, "It feels good...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 55 Because the parents in this particular situation disagreed with Ashley's decision, she was left feeling powerless. She explained that "I feel like I have the autonomy to say she needs to receive speech services." However,...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 56 John reported feeling "confident and "happy." Matthew also reported feeling confident, as well as a sense of "pride." Sherry and Ashley both mentioned that they felt a sense of relief. Sherry also said, "It makes me feel...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 3 discussing the supposedly dismal and oppressive situation of being a stay-at-home mother without actually letting a stay-at-home mother enter the discussion. Through the years, the trend Friedan sparked has continued, and the...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 6 career over antidepressants, not career over family” (Molinolo, 2007, p. 46). In addition, Steiner herself wrote in the introduction, “I don’t understand moms who find happiness staying home all the time, without work and...
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    • increased to some degree with the six week training. This also may change the reach height. Researchers conducting future studies may wish to find a way monitor these things more closely. However, the method of testing for this study may be more...
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    • 40 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING effective inclusion affect all students, whether in regular education or special education. This project’s results demonstrated similarity between the work of the researcher and the work of others. Research showed...
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    • 41 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING for these types of students. The majority of the teachers would be glad for any type of training. An explanation for this would be that teachers aren’t receiving any training in this area, and anything they could g...
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    • Commitment 4 “The poor are doing it by uncoupling parenthood from marriage, and the financially secure are doing it by blasting apart their unions if the principals aren’t having fun anymore” (Flanagan, 2009, p. 2). Flanagan (2009) argued...
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    • Commitment 55 Michael and Sarah Webb also noted the importance the discussing future plans in courtship. At the time of the interview, Michael and Sarah had been married for 1 year and 6 months. Michael expressed that he needed to discuss future...

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