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    • "Father took me to Milford, north of Lund, in a bug,^ and I proceeded on my way to Salt Lake City. 'This was the first time I had heen on a train, I had never been to Salt Lake City hcfore, nor stayed in a hotel or bought food in a restaurant. No...
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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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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
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    • . that he didn't come out and make-believe to do so. The leader, a well-built and, for a Ute, rather handsome man, could speak a few words of MexicanSpanish. He bore a name comrnon to many chiefs in Utah, but not then known to fame. He was a, but...
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    • 1 1 the newspaper ran the letters exactly as they had been written. It didn't take long to figure out why. For starters, the 25 students spelled "vandal" in nearly as many ways. "Dear Vandales" went one letter, "I really think that you were tuped...
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    • !10 decided at 2:55 p.m. Trying to adapt to the wants of the Chinese was difficult because, at times, they did not even know what they wanted, and when they did, often that would change an hour later too. While this aspect certainly proved...
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    • 100 the statement, “Math is hard for me even when I study” and after the real-life math activities involving the bodily/kinesthetic learning style disagreed strongly. Females were neutral but changed slightly after the activities (see Figure...
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    • !11 have an official space, and we wouldn’t be able to complete our original plans laid out by Dr. Harris. This meant that much of my time was initially spent tutoring English, answering questions about America, and playing basketball with the...
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    • 19 This information advocates the idea that AES systems are most beneficial to lower-level or general education students. The most surprising thing about this finding is that it is close. It would be expected that the lowest students would get the...
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    • 20 This study does not address how many submission and revisions students made over the course of the year. It also does not look at how, and whether or not, teachers used additional features in the program. Thus, it is still undetermined how many...
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    • !23 Method As stated above, I utilized Communication Accommodation Theory for the research component of my Master’s project. Initially, I had proposed that my main source of interactions be students from Hunan Normal University; however, once...
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    • 23^35 t i % 32 ,20 ,,S 3 37,* 3; , ^li ^f t It" i Branch Aggie Football Squad Tne Branch Aggie football team is to be congratulated on tKeir impressive record this year. One of the strongest teams in years, it won second place in the Junior...
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    • 25 The purpose of this thesis was to examine the results Automatic Essay Scoring (AES) programs have on state writing scores in the state of Utah. The primary research question addressed in this thesis was: Do AES programs make a difference in...
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    • 26 between higher submission numbers and higher scores, then the author sought to establish how many submissions were needed to make a difference. 3. How do teachers use AES programs in their classrooms? This was addressed in a minimalistic way....
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    • 26 include, “Service made me see the world as a smaller area; I was able to see how someone else’s problems effect me and my community,” “I learned about how my actions can affect others in a positive or negative way,” and “I learned...
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    • 28 Question 7: Finally, what do you think are the most important considerations for people involved in creating and providing service opportunities to think about? What are the most important elements of designing these experiences for you...
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    • !3 ! ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ! “The road goes on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Until it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet. And...
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    • 31 Days October 1910: S 16 Not on the ditch. Mary is not at all well. M 17 Sent Ray Bradshaw up to turn the water in didn’t get it. T 18 Cold North wind I sent two men up today they got the water in the head of canal W 19 Cold N. Wind Clouds...

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