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    • A Complete Stock, Quality,Style and Price Has made it possi­ble for us to dou­ble the business of any of our com­petitors. Our business is 'llways increasing, which denotes sat­isfi ed custom ers. 'vVe don't cater to the...
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    • Fishback Intern 24 involves finding out about each person‘s dreams and aspirations. Developing everyone differently while keeping to organizational goals will help people to grow and reach their full potential. Each player is different and...
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    • side. 4 . Replace 1500 feet of 4" pipe on 1st West. 5. Replace 600 feet of 4" pipe on 2nd West. 6 . Install a sufficient number of fire h y d r a n t s to protect the residents and business houses on 1st and 2nd West S t r e e t s , where old pipe...
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    • 35 were identified as rural, suburban, or urban. The population sample consisted of district administrators in public suburban schools. Ten urban cities across the nation from varying planting zones and geographical locations were selected with...
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    • 37 state, which was the norm in relevant research. Telephone surveys allowed for direct interaction with practitioners on the ground and firsthand accounts regarding school gardens. Use of a Likert scale in the survey provided systematic...
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    • 40 Sample The school districts included in the sample were suburbs from ten urban cities with comparable populations and USDA hardiness zones. The suburban cities were sampled using a stratified method based on population as listed in Table 1....
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    • 50 that made produce difficult to grow. S2C was the suburban school district that had the most gardens, yet the smallest population, and also provided the most resources. The garden presence in Suburban group 3 was varied. S3A did not have a...
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    • 4 Rural City: This study used a definition established by the National Center for Education Statistics (2011) for remote rural; a rural territory that was more than twenty-five miles from an urbanized area or more than ten miles from an urban...
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    • 70 Significance of Study This study was significant in understanding why school gardens were not more common, given their educational value, and provided ways interested school districts could overcome typical barriers to the development of school...
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    • THE WEB 97 Information Architecture 37 previously)? 9. Does the client have preferences or guidelines for the project? 􀀑􁄀􀀐􁀀􀀎􀸀 􀀷􃜀􀁉􄤀􀁌􄰀􀁌􄰀 􀁔􅐀􀁈􄠀􀁅􄔀...
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    • No pirates no princesses 93 K: GIVE YOUR KIDS A HUG EVEN WHEN YOU‘RE MAD AT THEM. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY‘RE TEENAGERS. I: KIND OF HARD WITH THE TEENAGERS, HUH. K: YEAH Transcript two: 09/12/2008, interviewed in person in Studio City, CA I: Okay,...

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