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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 31 how they realized “a big agency simply could not compete with the personal approach to client service they both preferred” (2013). AMP3 also threatens the idea of receiving the same standard work for every client. They claim...
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    • Thorley, Thomas A., 137, 143, 196206 ICoun.1, 209, 212, 278 Thorley, Thomas, 68, 77 (C0un.i. 78, 82, 85, 97, 98 ICoun.1 Tharnherg, Jack, 280 Thornton Drug Store, 310 Thorsen, City Manager, 349 Three Fountains, 420 Tidy Town, 463 Tie vote, 130...
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    • CITY HEARSE City parade in the 1930's The hearse was in use until 1923 Special session called to Jan. 12, 1912. .. ( City Minutes) present the matter of accepting and taking over the hearse presented to the City by Mrs. Katherine G . Bell. She...
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 46 can be inferred that the small size, as well as the benefits that come along with a boutique business, is one of the main strengths these companies believe to have over a larger firm. An interesting note is that none of these...
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    • 9 an interactive whiteboard for the class to view. Worksheets with questions were then handed out, and the students were guided on an Internet scavenger hunt to find the answers. To begin the hunt, the teacher projected a Microsoft Word document...
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    • CHAPTER 1 he coastline of England becarne a speck in the distance as Henry Lunt stood on the old plank deck of the ship, Argo, straining to get the last view of his homeland.' It was a bleak n day i January 1850. A cold brisk breeze filled the...
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    • 19 Chapter 4 Results Chapter 4 explains and reports the researcher’s comparisons between 28 fourth-grade students and how traditional whiteboards and interactive whiteboards affect the performance of students’ academically in mathematics and...
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    • 22 needed to refer back to this information were unable to do so. Absent students had to learn the concept on their own, or find a time when the teacher and student could meet together to allow the educator to teach the student the concept missed....
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    • 23 The use of e-media also allowed the researcher to build upon students’ background knowledge allowing students to recognize and learn with familiar concepts. The researcher discovered that students learning using the traditional whiteboard were...
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    • plains was so well organized that many of the prior problems had been solved and some diarists described the trip as a rather enjoyable event. Henry Lunt's company reached the Great Salt ~ a k valley on e August 28, 1850." After traveling through a...
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    • 28 sample problems on the traditional whiteboard. The review took very little time, due to the fact the students were unable to view prior lessons. There were no graphics or charts to reinforce concepts or visual aids that would of enabled students...
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    • 30 and overall excitement in learning a new concept. The students’ felt highly motivated due to the involvement in matters that are closer to them and to the use of technology. The researcher also discovered that the students liked the...
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    • scouting parties who traversed wide areas. The leaders chosen were called to this work by the authority of the Priesthood, and were carefully selected men. The call to found settlements became a religious duty to which families responded. It was a...
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    • 34 SMART Board offer a multi-touch screen which allows more than one point of contact, meaning more than one person can operate the board at a time. The researcher feels that if the same study was conducted on a multi-touch interactive board, the...
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 12 divided by the sum of its negativity (Losado, 2009). Picture a straight line with regular intervals from one to ten with one being negative and ten...
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    • 6 Kennedy and Morton (1999) believed that a center for alternative learning should operate based on the individual. They believed that many of the issues with alternative high schools resided in the fact that all drop-outs were grouped together;...
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    • ming, Southern Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Northern Arizona and Southern California were all included in their rolonization plans. Strategic points throughout this vast empire were to be occupied and controlled. The intervening territory would be filled...
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 20 satisfaction, happiness, job stress, and strain. This correlation also plays an important role in attitudes and behavior at work along with...

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