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    • Steers, triplets

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Triplet steers, exhibited by Bert Christensen, a Moroni FFA youth. The rare animals weighed a total of 2370 pounds.
    • Steers, Reserve Champion

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; 4-H clubs; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Reserve Champion fat steer. Owner, Royal Lamb of Morgan 4-H. Purchased by Webster Coal Company of Cedar City for $0.35 per pound, animal weighed 990 pounds.
    • Steers, Champion fat

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • George Haycock, center, operator of Corner Market in Cedar City, was high bidder when the grand champion steer of Southern Utah Livestock Show went on sale. Haycock purchased the grand champion from exhibitor, Marlin Sorenson, right, of Salina,...
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    • 68 of these areas. Students were allowed to weigh themselves in the weight room as they wished. At the beginning of the quarter, girls would only weigh if they were alone and there was no possibility of anyone coming over seeing how much they...
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    • tweezers. In addition, the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten probably had a hormone disorder that made him look like a woman. Also, the disease syphilis, which can be passed to a child in the womb, was probably why the composer Beethoven was...
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    • ultimate whodunit," Saint says. "The reason we go into medicine is to help patients. There’s also that part of playing detective, of being curious about a mystery and wanting to figure it out.” A new kind of sleuth also weighed in on Cromwell’s...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 48 study, the actions taken and the effect on the species are of secondary importance. The primary focus here is on the motives behind such acts, which...
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    • 37 distraction related to modesty. Ergo, the modesty portion of the dress code serves to protect less than two percent of students. Sometimes, rules do exist to protect a minority of students, and that is a good thing when the rule is protecting a...
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    • so rank that the husbandman wiil have about as much trouble to clear it off and prepare for another crop as to cultivate it as above mentioned. Some of t h s growth of weeds wiii be ten or twelve feet high. 1 have been into the fields to observe...
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    • suggestions we would make and then we would sit down to look over the changes. I do not recall how many revisions we went through because so much of those memories are clouded by all the drama and hissy fits I had to witness as a member of the logo c...
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    • "hly Brother Lehi, born Xovember 1854 at Cedar City Utah, was five feet nine inches in height and weighed 155 pounds. H e was very light in romplesiou, followed farming, stock raising and general business. By strict economy, thrift and industry, he...
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    • Drummond. An investigation was neither desired, nor made, for fear that the tme state of affairs might be exposed. The president of the United States, James Buchanan decided to settle the Mormon question by appointing not only a new govemor, but...
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    • ticks and buckskin were made to serve as clothing materials, nntil sheep became more plentiful. Anything the people had to spare was traded to the Indians for huckskin which could he used for clothing and moccasins. The people made everything they...
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    • Bids were let out for the construction of these tunnels which were to be six feet in diameter and four feet high. Men who worked on the canal received a wage of $2.00 per day and they were paid $1.50 per day for a team of horses. Another bid was...
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    • 11 which slows down the reading process (Fink, 2008, p. 57). Vocalization is another widespread reading habit has the effect of limiting reading speed and comprehension (Fink, 2008; Beers, 2003). This occurs when we say the words we are reading out...
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    • Wednesday, April 6 : Myself and Ellen witnessed the laying of the comer stones of the foundation of the temple. There were more than five thousand saints present. To see the order and hear the music and see the troops of soldiers with their flags...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 13 Chapter 2: Review of Literature Scope of the Problem Obesity is associated with physiological (Gorber & Tremblay, 2010), psychological (Schvey, Puhl, & Brownell, 2011), and even economical health (Andreyeva, Sturm &...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 12 Examining their approach to life helps us see our society in a different light; the contrast combats fossilization of thought. (p. 17) Teaching Egyptian mythology is of significant importance because, for...

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