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    • plant took the machine off their hands." Owen Matheson was employed by the power company to operate the engine. Ann Jones Gardner made the following note in her scrapbook : "Our home was the first house wired for electricity in town, so of c o m e...
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    • Your Druggist - - - One of the bulwarks of this great country has been the home-owned Druggist. His contribution to his com-munity in emergencies, local taxes and public spiritedness has never been fully appreciated by the aver-age person, who, as...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 16 handbook was very useful overall; however it did not give them specific direction for completing tasks related to individual jobs. Responses to this question were as follows; “It does give out (what) all the...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 38 Act as an onsite resource for clients. Maintain communication with event contact throughout the event. Report any changes in set up, additional requests, concerns and compliments to executive director following the...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 45 Report any changes in set up, additional requests, concerns and compliments to executive director following the event. Complete any necessary shift reports. Provide onsite technical assistance for events when...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 37 reliability of the measures, attenuation may cause this relationship to be higher, suggesting more overlap. Although this study was successful in showing mediation between emotional manipulation and...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 11 40 hour class. However, this is just one area covered by OSHA regulations. For example, OSHA standards cover safety areas which include but are not limited to: Fall Protection, Confined Spaces, Respiratory Protection, and Lock...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 22 for emergencies that are found in the appendices. Appendix A is a handout of the basic responsibilities that the Incident Commander and his/her staff has in emergency situations. Appendix B is a chart that lists the hierarchy of...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 20 has been criticized for removing the local decision making power for music programming, and placing that power in national music programmers ("Fallout From," 2005). The power that these national programmers...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 42 Mehta (2007) used a variety of materials and methods to choose the web-logs for their studies. They used a dedicated search engine (www.blogsearch.google.com) to identify possible web-logs using terms such as...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 7 the system needs to be made clear. However, White, Riley, and Smith (2008) interestingly commented that “receptionists are the least likely of all primary care workers to receive education or skills training” (p. 174)....
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 34 you’re never really helping people much.” The desire to help people on a more personal basis was consistent with others. For example, Kassie spoke of her former employment: I honestly feel like when I was a 911 operator,...

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