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    • the officers and authorities of the Church of the Legion and of the Temtory, and to all the people, and say unto you all, do not in the least degree relax your efforts to save your grain, your stock, and all your property, and fort up strong and...
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    • and joy to contemplate that, if we continue true and faithful to the end, we shall meet again in a more glorious state and all teas will be wiped away and our love for our God and Creator and al1 tmth and each other wiii be intensit
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 147 I think that AMFM and an Internet can go hand-in-hand. I have an example with KVYL which is kind of unique format. It's a timeless cool format, it's a very soft AC/variety stuff that you that you hear on...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 53 using the Internet via web-logs, need to keep in mind that anything written on the Internet is written in ink, so to speak. According to Mostaghimi and Crotty (2011) a review of physician web-logs revealed that...
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    • iGRIEVE 24 original research, explored the idea that audiences develop bonds of familiarity over time as they continue to watch media personalities. These bonds resemble interpersonal relationships, but differ because they are one-sided and...
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    • No pirates no princesses 66 Kane and Tedeschi, 1997). The classic ―bobo doll‖ study of Bandura, Ross and Ross (1961) demonstrated that children model unusual levels of aggressiveness after viewing an adult‘s aggression toward the object. An...
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    • The Human Element 50 Attitudes and Behaviors: Communication Styles The people in the New Orleans’s Ninth Ward do not appear to put very much effort into seeking out information. However, they do want to be informed, they just expect those whom...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 57 they may have saved themselves from the embarrassment of admitting to the lies, deceit and designs they created to cover up the situation. The only real solution, however, is for individuals to learn...
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    • U.S. Embassy 48 fuels American ideology. We live as a natural consequence of being a world leader in a state of mind that incorporates the responsibilities, duties, and also submission to a leadership role. So, the superiority of America continues...
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    • 43 the progress made. Another teacher explained the RTI meeting provided a forum for teachers to share what they knew about struggling students and get suggestions from other teachers to help them. She called RTI an organized way to find and help...
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    • U.S. Embassy 52 they had a big need for English‐Portuguese speakers. I’m not sure if that’s something I want to do, especially if I have to move to Brazil and work in Agua Boa. But I’m going to find out more if they have people in the...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 74 need to be asked. Patients also need to follow the directions from their doctor. And patients need to make sure that their doctor understands the problem. I would suggest, that health care organizations be...
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    • The Human Element 69 evacuee, numerous descriptive titles arose, some bring controversy with them (Hilliard. 2005). Looking back to the cultural analysis it is clearly seen that this group has always been touchy about how others refer to them. They...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 83 According to web-log comments, a more proactive approach is needed. Patients need to do their own research and be prepared with specific questions for their doctors, so that they can receive specific answers to...
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    • U.S. Embassy 64 APPENDIX 5 | Speeches English Speech American Culture I. Introduction A. What composes American culture? II. America is Diverse A. In 2000, 35.9 percent of the people living in New York City were foreign born. B. A melting pot vs. a...
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    • The Human Element 74 them to reflect on the situation, as well as their own lives, and grow together from the experience. In so doing they created a proper and fitting response to the situation. The greatest criticism that they received was in not...
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    • 6 to take some of the grading burden, teachers could more easily “assign more writing, and so students could get the practice they needed to develop as writers—practice that was not possible in most classrooms because of the burden it placed on...
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    • out at Lund, Utah, by Harry Hunter, Mother's brother-in-law. He took us to his home. It was a happy reunion for Grandmother Lunt and her daughter, Rose. We stayed there about a week. Mother's folks and fnends h e d up an apartment on First West,...
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    • Cedar City Co-op WHEN YOU WANT The three most important things in BUYING Style, Quality and Price We are yours for business. Men's Suits We have a line of up-to-date suits always. Our stock is made up in Philadelphia, the center of fashion. Every...

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