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    • HIGH SCHOOL 'T^HE mere mentioning of the term "High School" brings trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences. Some of my memories send thrills of pleasure coursing through my body; some send chills of displeasure. The pleasurable sensations far...
    • 1911, page 47

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    • 47 ter color work. Course III consists of oil on board and canvas ; an apt student should be able to complete a few studies in each course. Two years work in special work should prepare a student for an art teacher in the public schools of...
    • 1912, page 52

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    • 52 BLACKSMITHING. Mr. Gardner. The course comprises drawing, shaping, welding, tempering and making of common tools, such as punches, chisels, tongues, hammers, etc. Also a chain and other articles. Six hours per week during...
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    • was i n s t r u c t e d t o draw u p an ordinance prohibiting a n y more garages a n d service stations going u p on Main S t r e e t , between Center S t r e e t and First North. Oct. 20, 1938 ...Attorney Shay recommended t h a t Cedar City p r e...
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    • later, a Professor from the Columbia School of Mines, John S. Newberry, visited southem Utah and was amazed at the coal and iron resources in the area. He encouraged the local officials and business leaders to patent and develop the rich store of...
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    • 32 Procedures The researcher formed three academically equal groups of students from the kindergarten class based on the literacy ability of the students as shown on the mid-year DIBELS assessment. These groups were formed, as closely as possible,...
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    • 10 Fewster, & McCormick (2010) further stated that “approximately eight million adolescents struggled with reading” (p. 636). High School (9th to 12th Grade) Cassidy, Valadez, Garrett, & Barrera (2010) reported that adolescent literacy is a hot...
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    • 11 today require some college education, and the needs for efficient literary skills are increasing in the fast-growing job market (National Governor’s Association, 2005). The research suggests that even adolescents are struggling with simple...
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    • Appendix G program proposal and accompanying information, raise questions, and request additional information as appropriate, including a request for a consultant to review the proposed program and surrounding issues. In this case, the proposing...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 8 children….[I] am sincerely sorry I had not remembered her important work in the past” (Rosin, 2004, p. C01). By failing to acknowledge what she had implied about stay-at-home mothers, and only recognizing Mrs. Bush’s...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 39 Chapter 4: Results The purpose of this standpoint analysis was to find common themes in the narratives of stay-at-home mothers, and then apply these themes to the research questions. This chapter will define, illustrate, and...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 51 attainable goals if a mother stays at home, but are otherwise ideals of the past. These excerpts highlight how much value is placed on contributing in externally obvious ways—e.g. successful marriages, clean homes, extra...
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    • DEBATING VOYLE MUNSON LEX WILKENSON PAT FENTON MARK ANDERSON RICHARD PALMER HORACE GUNN HAROLD EDWARDS MAIBEN ASHBY "Resolved, That Congress should be per-mitted to override by two-thirds majority vote, decisions of the Supreme Court...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 57 These findings would suggest that although there has been a great effort to help the clients understand what they should expect, the actual results are not always in line with those expectations. There are many reasons...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 15 by 14 percent ("Fallout From," 2005). In 1983, there were 50 major media companies; by 1996, there were 1,096; and by 2005, there were six. Clear Channel went from owning 40 radio stations in 1996 to 1,200...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 18 Historically, a main reason for radio's popularity was its presentation of music to the masses from a live, local and relevant point of view. DJs would bring to light the brand new song from a popular...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 26 based, including the AM/FM radio. The software based system allows for updates and firmware changes to occur in order to keep the audio entertainment center up to date, rather than having to buy a new car...
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    • 17 dramatic increases of both references to social media in TV commercial and use of social media throughout the weekend events. Social media components are gaining momentum in the Super Bowl “multi-week buzz.” Marketers are no longer relying...

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