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  • A Giant Leap

    A Giant Leap Marina Miller Eng 121 Concetta Williams September 24, 2012 Ever since I graduated from high school I always thought it would be extremely exciting to go to college. I never really had the confidence of believing that it could be accomplished though. After having a family and struggling financially, I figured what a better time to strive and reach some of my goals. Sometimes I thought I was too old to attend college but after hearing the stories of people who attend college later

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  • Bankruptcy of a Retail Giant

    Bankruptcy of a Retail Giant Blunders by former Chairman Charles Conaway and President Mark Schwartz led Kmart into bankruptcy. The retailer had to close 284 stores, including this one in Novi, and lay off 22,000 workers. They lived the good life of gated estates, a 47-foot yacht, corporate jets at their beck and call, and multiple pay hikes, perks, bonuses and loans. But even as Kmart Corp. struggled for survival, its chairman, Charles Conaway, and president, Mark Schwartz, wanted more, renegotiating

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  • Giant B2B Portal

    Giant B2B Portal Supply Chain Management Habiel. Zakariah, Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Science, UiTM Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia habiel86@yahoo.com.my GCH Retail (M) Sdn. Bhd is Malaysia's leading retailer. The group offers customers value-for-money through low-cost, efficient distribution of high quality foods and consumer goods in its supermarkets, superstores and hypermarkets. It also provides health and beauty products via its pharmaceutical retail outlets. In Malaysia,

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  • Giant Pool of Money

    The Giant Pool of Money 1) Drawing on what you learned in Session 1 and the readings that are assigned for Session 2, identify two psychological processes or biases exemplified by the individuals in the radio story that contributed to the subprime mortgage crisis. (At least one of the two processes that you write about should be taken from the Bazerman and Moore reading from Session 1. 2) Ignoring the actual regulatory context of the industry, design an institutional repair that might help

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  • Giants in Cosmetics

    banks of the Amazon to Sao Paulo's slums and the affluent beach communities of Rio de Janeiro have traditionally bought their skin creams and mascaras from door-to-door sales representatives, not the shops where L'Oréal sells its brands. Cosmetics giant L'Oreal is trying to change the way Brazilian women buy makeup. WSJ's Christina Passariello reports from Rio De Janeiro. The French company won't use the direct-sales approach, but the company has adopted a strategy that takes a page from it: introducing

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  • Amazon.Com the Ecommerce Giants

    hiring former Wal-Mart executives. Although this suit was settled out of court, it caused Amazon to implement internal restrictions and reassignment of the former Wal-Mart executives. (Wikipedia). Amazon.com acquires Shopbop.com Online ecommerce giants Amazon.com have reported that they are acquiring privately held fashion retailer Shopbop.com. The company also added that they don’t plan to merge the site with Amazon.com portal and would be running it independently. Shopbop.com, which specializes

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  • A Human Giant

    A human giant * Reduce text size * Increase text size * Print article * Jump to comments * Share this article * Email article to a friend Following major restructuring, Siemens decided it needed to realign its HR strategy with its business goals 15 NOVEMBER 2010  Daniel Shane Siemens’ human capital management system is said to be the largest cloud computing deployment in the world In summer 2008, global technology and engineering conglomerate Siemens announced plans

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  • Structure

    fire - cigar (s) or cigarette(s) X08.8 - - with ignition of clothing NEC X06.2 - - - nightwear X05 - clothes, clothing NEC (from controlled fire) X06.2 - - with conflagration —see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, building - - - not in building or structure —see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, not in building - cooker (hot) X15.8 - - stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional Y27.3 - - suicide (attempt) X77.3 - electric blanket X16 - engine (hot) X17 - fire, flames —see Exposure, fire -

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  • Properties of Ionic and Covalent Substances

    CHEMESTRY TEACHER: MISS MUGANAMBUGA STUDENT: Levi Blaides TITLE: Investigating the properties of ionic and covalent substances INTRODUCTION: Certain characteristics such as solubility polar and non-polar solvents, melting point and conduction of electricity can be used to distinguish between ionic and covalent substances. AIM: To determine whether a substances is ionic or covalent in nature by observing its melting point, solubility and conductivity. APPARATUS/MATERIALS SODIUM CHLORIDE

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  • Market Structures

    atmosphere as firms with more valuable products can charge more, thus increasing profits. Although, this trend differs in varying market structures but normally consumers are willing to pay an increased price for finer products. The most extensive limitations of supply and demand pressures may be socially inconvenient outcomes as seen in the case of a market structure characterized by monopoly, where one organization controls all production, resources and thus possesses exploitative capabilities in

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  • San Francisco Giants

    a major change or changes it is currently confronting and comment on its probable implications. Describe how these changes have been managed and the degree of success achieved or expected. – (21%) Report’s basic requirements (Appropriate structure and logical development of discussions, Harvard referencing, introduction & conclusions, formatting, etc.) – (16%) This is a formal academic report. Therefore, it must clearly demonstrate the use of the appropriate management and organisational

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  • Structure

    Suggested Structure of the Business Research Case Study Assignment This document suggests what you could write about in each of the different sections of the assignment, and gives you a guide to how much to write for each section Section | Suggested number of words | What you should write about | What you must do to get good marks :- | 1.0 - Introduction & Statement of Aims and Objectives | 200 to 300 | The introduction serves as an expansion of your title – giving a bit more detail

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  • Indonesia, Asia's Stumbling Giant

    Case Study: Indonesia, Asia’s Stumbling Giant What political factors explain Indonesia’s poor economic performance, what were the factors and were they related? From 1967 to 1998 President Suharto used a “crony capitalism” style of government to control his country, (Hill, 2013). In this style of government, leaders such as Suharto can favor the business enterprises of his supporters and family. Instead of placing money in the country’s infrastructure or possibly better ran companies, Suharto

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  • Giant Pool of Money

    Giant Pool of Money Analysis The awful subprime lending crisis is truly one of the most convoluted, wreaking messes conjured by the financial industries in the 20th century. There are so many layers of bad choices and megalomaniacal errors intertwined into this ugly event that picking out just two biases/heuristics to analyze and discuss will surely fail from being a complete analysis. Nonetheless, this is a the task at hand and, though we will not but scratch the surface of this behemoth, teasing

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  • Earth's Structure

    THE STUCTURE OF THE EARTH The interior structure of the Earth is layered in spherical shells, like an onion. These layers can be defined by either their chemical or their rheological properties. Earth has an outer silicate solid crust, a highly viscous mantle, a liquid outer core that is much less viscous than the mantle, and a solid inner core. Scientific understanding of Earth's internal structure is based on observations of topography and bathymetry, observations of rock in outcrop, samples

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  • Mysteries of the Giant Vacuum That Is Space

    Ryerson University Mysteries of the Giant Vacuum that is Space George Sakvarelidze March 5th, 2013 The universe we can see and touch is only a tiny fraction of the known universe that exists. This small portion of known objects such as protons and other baryonic matter only make up about four percent of the known universe.1 So this leaves a huge chunk of over ninety percent unaccounted for. What is this mystery matter that is so crucial to the

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  • Fall of Another Smartphone Giant-Blackberry

    AMITY INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | Fall of Another Smartphone Giant-Blackberry | Another Example of Technology Obsolescence and Strategic Failure | Submitted By: Ghan Shyam Rathi Once a pioneer and leading light in the smartphone market, BlackBerry is in a potentially terminal downward spiral. The Canadian company, formerly known as RIM (Research in Motion) established an iron grip on the enterprise and successfully bridged the gap from pager, to handheld computer, to smartphone

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  • Facing the Giant

    LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR TUGAS 2 “ FACING THE GIANTS “ ENDAH RAHMAWATI NIM. 1306356444 MAGISTER MANAJEMEN UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2 0 1 3 FACING THE GIANTS SINOPSIS Film ini menceritakan tentang Grand Taylor, seorang pelatih American Football pada Shiloh Christian Academy. Diawali dengan gambaran kegagalan-kegagalan yang dialami beliau baik dari sisi propesionalism perkerjaan maupun kehidupan pribadinya yang kemudian memaksanya untuk merenungkan kembali arti semua itu. Hingga pada

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  • Educational Giant-Maria Montessori

    Maria Montessori as an Educational Giant Erika Jo Hellbusch ED 200 – 03 (Online) November 08, 2013 Abstract Maria Montessori was a woman who worked hard to gain her education. Her ideas set the foundation for many private education programs seen today. After struggling to gain and education of her own, Maria took what she learned about educating those with mental disabilities and began to apply it to mainstream students. She opened her own small school where she implemented these strategies

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  • Questioning Giants

    after his death, scientists were still trying to build upon his mistakes rather than correct them! Brilliant minds can intimidate up-and-coming thinkers who are not confident of their abilities. They often believe they are inferior to the minds of giants such as Aristotle, leading many to accept current paradigms instead of questioning them. Science leaps a major hurdle every time people think for themselves and realize that even respected thinkers are human too, and their thoughts are not law.

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  • Giant Lnatern

    HISTORY OF THE GIANT LANTERN   The parol of star lantern is perhaps the paramount Filipino Christmas symbol – colorful, crafted with love and aglow with the spirit of the season. The Christmas lantern or Parul Sampernandu in Kapampangan can never be distanced from the town which created it, the City of San Fernando. It is what San Fernando is known for. And it is what has made the city famous all over the country and even around the world.              The word parol derives from the Spanish

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  • Organizational Structure

    Organizational Structure University of Phoenix Organizational Structure Organizational structure is the way a specific organization sets its roles and responsibilities so that it can operate efficiently and pursue its strategic goals. It defines the hierarchy of an organization and determines how roles, reporting structures, and processes, procedures, products, systems, customers, and possibly geographical responsibilities are commissioned and monitored. Organizational structure also directs

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  • The Selfish Giant

    THE SELFISH GIANT FIRST SUMMARY A giant who lived in a big house had a beautiful garden, but he never let anyone enter his garden. Whenever he was away, children would come there to play. One day, the giant decided to visit his friend and left for the neighbouring kingdom. The giant came back from his friend’s place after seven years. Seeing the children play in his garden, he angrily chased them away and built a high wall around the garden. After the children stopped coming to the garden

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  • Indonesia—Asia’s Stumbling Giant

    Indonesia—Asia’s Stumbling Giant Indonesia is a vast country. Its 220 million people are spread out over some 17,000 islands that span an arc 3,200 miles long from Sumatra in the west to Irian Jaya in the east. It is the world’s most populous Mus- lim nation—some 85 percent of the population count themselves as Muslims—but also one of the most eth- nically diverse. More than 500 languages are spoken in the country, and separatists are active in a number of provinces. For 30 years the strong arm

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  • Giant Pool of Money

    Giant Pool of Money In this radio story about the events leading up to the subprime mortgage crisis, it’s clearly demonstrated that a few psychological biases and heuristics were present and played important roles in forming the crisis. The most critical ones I’ve identified are the confirmation bias and the social proof phenomenon in the development of the crisis. Confirmation Bias Mainly two types of confirmation bias were observed in the subprime crisis: the confirmation trap as well as anchoring

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  • Slaying the Giants

    Bell Dr. John Warren Spiritual Warfare Slaying the Giants in Your Life What are the giants in your life? David Jeremiah reminds us that we have giants in our lives like David, Moses, Abraham and others. The giants in our lives have different names of fear, loneliness, doubt, discouragement, failure, jealousy, worry, anger, guilt, and procrastination. Just like the biblical ancients overcame their giants, we too must overcome our giants. In doing so we must allow God to help us in the process

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  • Strategies of Two Banking Giants

    Strategies of Two Banking Giants Many of us share a fairly basic view of banks. They are places to store money, make basic investments like term deposits, sign up for a credit card or get a loan. Behind this mundane view, however, is a highly regulated system that ties our day-to-day banking back into the wider financial system. Banking environment has become highly competitive today. To be able to survive and grow in the changing market environment banks are going for the latest technologies, which

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  • Gentle Giants

    Jalen Lewis English 111-04 Reflective Essay 10/13/14 Gentle Giants For as long as I can remember I was always given the harsher discipline after a conflict between me and another person. And for a long time I could never figure out why. Was it because I started it? No, it would usually start because of them picking with me. Was it because of the color of my skin? Again. No, because it was usually between me and another person of my color. Another question popped into my head. Was it because

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  • Giant Pool of Money

    The Giant Pool of Money Analysis The housing crisis that occurred less than a decade ago is a great example, and has become an extensively covered case study, of how dangerous certain biases and heuristics can become if left unchecked on a massive scale. Alex Blumberg and Adam Davidson, in collaboration with NPR News, put together a special program titled “The Giant Pool of Money,” where they explore just how the phenomenon occurred and the underlying factors that contributed through sound bites

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  • Indonesia – Asia’s Stumbling Giant

    Indonesia – Asia’s Stumbling Giant Case Prepared for Prepared by Case Analysis The political, economic, and legal systems are the most important implication for international business. Those systems influence each other and build the attractiveness of a country as an investment site. This attractiveness is connected with potential long-term benefits and costs, and related with both those sides risk of running business activity. The central issue of this case is solving the problem

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  • Structure

    be a clear communication and regulatory rules to ensure the partnership remains stable. Conversely, they say, companies have to give employees the "freedom" that's essential to innovate. Organizational Structure Raymond Miles and Charles Snow, authors of ,"Organizational Strategy, Structure, and Process" help provide the strategy typology appropriate for outcome desired. The particular typology appropriate for Office Depot and Reliance Retail is the "Analyzer". This is the description of a company

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  • A Caffiene Giant

    A Caffeine Giant: The Growth of Starbucks Abstract This paper examines Starbucks’ plan for rapid and thoroughly aggressive expansion in order to become the premier coffee ship in the United States and further, the World. Building upon a brand name that is recognizable worldwide, Starbucks continues to defy expectations, as it claims the title of the fastest growing fast-food company in the world (Horovitz, 2015). This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of Starbucks

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  • Market Structures

    Differentiating Between Market Structures ECO/365 April 13, 2015 Benjamin Zuckerman Differentiating Between Market Structures Coca-Cola Company is one of the world’s leading soft drinks manufacturers. Since its creation, the company has been growing constantly. Today Coca-Cola manufactures more than 500 brands of products sold in more than 200 countries all over the world. Coca-Cola’s main competitor is Pepsi. Therefore, the two companies make up a duopoly where only two companies dominate

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  • Report on Giant Textile

    Case Report On : Chittagong Giant Textile Submitted to: Professor Md. Sahidur Rahman Dept. of Management Studies Center for Business Studies University of Chittagong Submitted by: Halima Begum(1302105) Submission Date: 16 May,2015 Chapter Index Serial No Contents Page No 1. Introduction 03 2. Overview of The Company 04 3. Question Analysis: 05 3a. SWOT of the Company 05  Strength 05  Weakness 05  Opportunity 06  Threats 06 3b. Business Level Strategy

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  • Analyzing Giants

    997661472 PHL388 05.29.15 Analyzing Giants and How They Should Be Buried James Wood, in his review of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant, criticizes the work for its use of allegory which he argal and general what is implicit and personal in his best fiction” through the use of allegory. In other words it seems as if Wood believes that an author must more or less place some sort of an onus upon the reader to unearth messages within literary works with a bit of effort, which an allegory fails

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  • Halliburton the Energy Giant

    Halliburton the Energy Giant Warrick L. Farr MGT-330 09-01-2011 Professor Alice Nworah Halliburton the Energy Giant Halliburton has proven that it wants to stay in business for many years. Since the inception of the company in 1919, Halliburton has spent billions on new technologies. According to Halliburton (2011), “in 2009, Halliburton spent approximately 349 million dollars on technology research and development. The result from this technology granted Halliburton with 219 patents in

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  • China - New Economic Giant

    China is called ‘The New Economic Giant’ for three reasons. Firstly, its economy has doubled in size every eight years. Secondly, China now has the largest sustained GDP growth in history. Thirdly, China controls 3% of the world’s oil reserves. A centrally planned economy is an economic system in which economic decisions are made by the state or government rather than by the interaction between consumers and businesses. In 1986, China introduced an ‘Open-Door Policy’ to overseas investment. It allowed

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  • Giant Pool of Money

    The Giant Pool of Money The individuals in the radio story fell prey to the confirmation bias/heuristic and availability bias/heuristic. The confirmation bias refers to “The tendency to search for or interpret information in a way that confirms Preconceptions”. The giant pool of money, which refers the subset of global savings allocated for fixed income securities, amounted to $70 trillion in 2006. In this case, the central banker held fed interest rate to a low level of 1%. The global army

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  • Protein Structure-Task 2

    Protein Structure Horacio Madera Western Governors University -C624 July 2, 2015 A. Original model of the essential amino acid Threonine.                             B.  Original diagram of the different levels of protein structure.                                 C.  Original diagram demonstrating how a peptide bond is made through dehydration.   D.  Original diagram that demonstrates how a peptide bond is broken through hydrolysis.   E.  Explanation of the four forces

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  • Market Structures

    Market Structures Differentiating Between Market Structures The competition between Coca-Cola and Pepsi has been around longer than any other beverage in history. I will explain the differences between the two giant's soft drink companies on market structures and their competitive strategies. The impact cola drinks have on consumers within the United States and the rest of the world. Many arguments have started over which is the better product in taste, price, sales, and advertisement

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  • Comparison of Two Retail Giants

    Acc 312 December 4, 2008 Comparison of Two Retail Giants In the fiercely competitive retail industry, Macy’s and Dillard’s hold rank among the largest fashion apparel and home décor retailers. While both compete for the same target market, an examination of each companies’ annual report reveals important differences in their strategies, which inherently differentiates the report presentation, accounting policies, and financial condition of the two corporations. Brief Overview

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  • Structure

    Teel structure * T- topic sentence introduces what you will be writing about in this paragraph. * E- Explanation elaborate on your topic sentence. * E- Evidence Quotes and techniques supporting your explanation * L- Linking sentence back to the question or topic sentence Introduction: Restate the question Introduce the text and author/ director Outline of main points Conclusion: Sum up what you have written If the question asks- give opinion Link back to question

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  • Policy Brief for Giant Chinese Salamander

    Policy Brief on Chinese Giant Salamander An article on the National Geographic website called: 4 Foot Salamander arrives in London as Face of New Conservation effort grabbed my attention and my selection to discuss the threats that face Chinese Giant Salamander. This memo includes information from the article: Development of the Chinese giant salamander Andrias davidianus farming industry in Shaanxi Province, China: conservation threats and opportunities. The Chinese Giant Salamander, the largest

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  • Comparison of Two Retail Giants

    Comparison of Two Retail Giants In the fiercely competitive retail industry, Macy’s and Dillard’s hold rank among the largest fashion apparel and home décor retailers. While both compete for the same target market, an examination of each companies’ annual report reveals important differences in their strategies, which inherently differentiates the report presentation, accounting policies, and financial condition of the two corporations. Brief Overview Macy’s, Inc. was founded in 1858

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  • Protein Structure

    Hydrophobic Interactions: Proteins are composed of amino acids that contain  either hydrophilic or hydrophobic R­groups.  It is the nature of the interaction of  the R­groups in the water environment that plays the major role in shaping  protein structure.  The folded state of globular proteins is due to the balance  between the opposing energy of hydrogen bonding between hydrophilic  R­groups and the aqueous environment and the repulsion from the aqueous  environment by the hydrophobic R­groups

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  • Competing with the Global Giants

    Competing with the global giants England had always been considered to be one of the most civilised nations in the world, gathering from the country's vast historical stories and researches, England has gone through many civilisation phases as the country slowly emerges into globalisation. It is these journeys which defines England as how it is today. We have learnt of many driven influences and factors which has led this mighty nation into a civilised success, and this paper will explore all of

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  • Roaring Tiger Lumbering Giant

    war in 1962 due to some border dispute, they have since tried to normalise relations and in 1995 for the first time trade had exceeded US$1 billion between them. They have lately received a lot of international attention being viewed as emerging giant economies as they both play key roles at the international level. For example China has been a permanent member of the Security Council at the UN, while India who has lead the Non-Aligned Movement for years and is still vying for a similar position

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  • The Jolly Giant

    The Jolly Giant February 27 is the one day of the year that will always leave a heavy burden on my heart. This is the day that my classmate, Jackson Forrest Ramsey took his life. I remember the events that took place that Saturday like it was yesterday. I woke up, ate breakfast, and of course logged onto Facebook to see what everyone’s plans were for the day. As I started scrolling through my news feed, I began seeing status’ saying things such as “Oh my god..” and “Please wake me up from this

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  • Organizational Structure

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  • Molecular Crystal Structures

    Molecular Crystal Structures Crystalline and amorphous are the two categories of solids. Crystalline solids are those that have a long range order and are rigid. This means that the atoms, molecules or ions are in a specific position. Glass is an example of the other category of solids and is an amorphous solid. Amorphous solids are different than crystalline since these solids do not have a structured arrangement and long-range order of molecules. Crystalline solids have a structure that has a lattice

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