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    • CEBR FEE INCREASE 69  Energy Policy Act of 1992, 42 USC 13201-13556; Pub. L. 102-486  Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, Pub. L. 102-240, (codified in numerous sections of the US Code)  Occupational Safety and Health Act...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 23 Method Jurassic Park as an Artifact In response to the posed research question, I will analyze a selection of three artifacts from the franchise: the first Jurassic Park novel, the first Jurassic Park film adaptation, and...
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    • 42 Table 9 Results of Question 4 for Pre and Post Questionnaires Table 9 Class Questionnaires Core 1 Pre Core 1 Post Core 4 Pre Core 4 Post Core 7 Pre Core 7 Post Core 8 Pre Core 8 Post Mean 3.386364 3.545455 3.078947 3.684211 3.518519 4.296296...
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    • concerning Elementary & Secondary Education majors, must be signed by the PECC Chair before being forwarded to the University Level) 2.3 The University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee will vote on the proposal. If it passes the University...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 42 Summary of Findings In order to implement RTI, teachers must have knowledge of its framework and components. Using the results of the survey all of the teachers felt like they had adequate knowledge of...
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    • 45 Analysis of the Paragraphs In general, the analysis of the paragraphs was more open to subjectivity. That is the researcher had to make decisions about how to set the standards for each goal. Since writing, by nature, is less rigid it becomes...
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    • CEBR FEE INCREASE 75 Appendix D To determine what fee increases were appropriate to submit to region and Washington, I wanted to bounce some ideas off of Intermountain Regional Fee Manager Carol Bennett. I spoke with her on the phone and asked her...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 27 Chapter Three Method Procedure Participants were recruited from communication courses at a mid-sized public university in the Mountain West region of the United State. Subjects received extra course...
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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 29 with and observe farming, livestock production and range management prob­lems, as they are being worked out by trained penonnel on the college staff and co-operating agencies. The College dairy herd, composed of registered...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 30 Analysis of Themes and Context Analysis of the chosen artifacts yielded four separate themes that were consistent across each text. While each individual text likely had themes that were unique to that narrative, I chose...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 22 receptionists’ lenses through which they view their job experience. This self-description section will cover a general description of the receptionists in the study, how they describe their jobs responsibilities, length of...
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    • 18  students will be given opportunities to clarify and restate what they are saying (this process is called “revoicing”);  teachers will ask other students to restate what a student has said in order to further clarify understanding;  students...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 10 and moving employees in an organization toward greater things is a key component of the presentation. The objective of having a presentation applicable to different types of audiences is important to me because each organization...
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    • 94 Seat all participants at main table and give them a choice between moose or bear. Provide desired animal suit and instruct guest on stuffing. Ball stuffing into small fists and push through animal arms and legs first. You may need to use a...
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    • 28 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Chapter 3: Method The research questions of this study will be addressed through face-to-face interviews and grounded theory analysis. This chapter will include the following: the required Institutional Review...
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    • 28 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISIONS OF AGRICULTURE R.H. WALKER, Dean and Director, Division of Agricultural Sciences D. WYNNE THORNE, Director, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station CARL FRISCHKNECHT, Director, Extension...
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    • 100 Verify whether each participant wants a pillowcase or a t-shirt. Charge $15 for shirts and $10 for pillowcases. If guests bring their own shirt, charge $5 for dye. Use tie-dye closet to find shirts in appropriate size for each guests. Shirts...
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    • 39 • Provide training for classroom educators at Eagle Elementary focused on highlighting the malady of reluctant readers, as well as providing ideas to motivate young reluctant readers. This chapter is divided into two sections. Section one will...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 41 helped them to deal with social problems (e.g., making new friends at school, staying calm in conflicts with siblings, being nicer and knowing how to behave) (p. 20). Two students’ commented about their...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 8 Literature Review This literature review is comprised of multiple sections that give an in depth description of the film industry, public relations, and the Relationship Management theory of public relations. The sections that can...

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