Green acres seed company
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...acres seed company 22nd March Green acres seed Company Green acres seed Company is a firm that provides farmers with seeds for planting where the company starts from seed green house and plant trays, peat pots, expandable soil pellets, seedling heating mats among others. The company has a wide selections of annuals, perennial, climbers, sunflower, organic veggies and herbs among others. Whether one is starting a new lawn from seed or an existing lawn that one needs to plant year after year, the company has seeds for everyone. Being advanced in technology, the company provides awareness to the farmers so that their seeds can be known by many. This is called the awareness stage... Running head: green acres ...
Thirty Acres" by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) and "Two Solitudes" by Hugh MacLennan
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...Acres by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) and Two Solitudes by Hugh McLennan Question one The novel Thirty Acres by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) endeavors to capture the failures, the success and the transformation experiences by one Quebec family that lived in the late 19th century through early 20th century. The diversity of social, economic and cultural shifts that emanated from the invading modernist in rural French Canada is pictured accurately in the life of farmer Euchariste Moisan. The quest of the first part of this paper is to analyze the difficulties that Quebec farmers faced in the early twentieth century, as presented by Ringuet in his novel. It will show this through evaluation... ?Thirty Acres...
"Freedmans Bureau", Forty Acres and a Mule, "Cowboy" and how it shaped American identity?
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...Acres and a Mule" originate How are those ideas viewed today After the Civil War, and during reconstruction of the southern states, there was debate about what to do with the confiscated lands and the number of ex-slaves who had nothing except their freedom. Ideas floated about as to what to do. It was suggested that the former slaves be given a portion of the land that they had worked all their lives. In Georgia, South Carolina (forty acres each in GA and SC) and Mississippi tracts of land were given to the ex-slaves. The former slaves were successful at farming and marketing their harvests. The cause of the former slaves... -1What were the gains made by organizations such as the Freedman's Bureau ...
Mgmt
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...acres/calorie + Avg. Animal Calories 1096 x .00082 acres/calorie = 1.3873 acres Questions and Answers 1) How does your average consumption of calories compare to the current American average of 2700 calories per day? My average calories consumption is 3865 which is an excess of 1165 calories over the average figure consumed by the average American. This means that my calorie intake is excess and hence I have either to increase my activity levels or reduce my daily calorie intake. 2) There are 290 million people in the U.S. If all of them ate like you did, how much land would be required for farming? If I use up 1.3873... Human Ecology Lab Results Day Calories Day 2 – Calories Day 3 – Calories Meal...
Using Scientific Method
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...acres used to get result, fertilizer statistics composed in an increase of 20kg at each acre. In addition to that, a nitrogen... Maize in non-arable and arable soil) Topic: Maize in either non-arable or arable soil. Purpose: The main objective of theexperiment was to investigate the impacts of nitrogen fertilizer on non-arable soil and arable soil. Moreover, the growing rate of maize into two different samples was also determined. (Brady & Weil) Introduction: Determining the growth of maize in either non-arable or arable soil: when the soil is referred to as non-arable, it means that it has very few conditions and differences (Brady & Weil ). There are various samples of non-arable soil, they include; fo...
Client brief
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...ACRES Background Information of ACRES Sections of land (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society), is an enrolled philanthropy and Institution of Public Character (IPC), established by Singaporeans in 2001. Sections of land association are a creature assurance association, determined by attentiveness toward creatures and receive exploration ventures on the utilization of creatures in different fields. Research discoveries have been disclosed to teach people in general in pushing dynamic group contribution in the creature security development, and in addition strive towards synergistic associations with powers and related gatherings. The whole administration of ACRES determinedly trust... ...
Supply, Demand and Equilibrium Price
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...Acres Pies and Economic Strategy" Module: The three situations which Mrs. Acres can follow can be represented by the following economic analysis. The first choice that she has is to maintain the current production and to increase the prices for the excess supply to dampen. We can represent the above situation diagrammatically. Case 1: Mrs. Acres increasing prices to meet demand The above diagram represents on way in which Mrs. Acres can act. Here, suppose the initial equilibrium occurs at the point where Demand meets Supply curve at D = S. The equilibrium quantity here is 8000 pies at a price of $4.5. However, Mrs. Acres find that this quantity is not meeting... "Mrs. Acres ...
Complete a lab report using the scientific method
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...acres for a period of a year. The process... Variability in Maize Yields and Properties of soil in Arable and non arable soils. Introduction. Soil variability can be defined as the observed variability on a considerable distance between units that are distinctly different like land facets and parent materials. Considering the previously done research, there has been very little attention that has been given towards the component micro variability that pertains the recurrent and local variations on a single field (Ogunkunle, 2006). Prior research has reported that the influence of soil variability and the crop performance is extremely pronounces in regions of the tropical (Moorman, 2005). In this case,...
Airport Master Plans
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...acres of land. The master plan focuses on the future needs of the airport in terms of the high projected growth of operations, passengers and cargo. As a result of the implementation of the aforementioned master plan, the runway congestion anticipated to reach 300,000 between 2015-2022 will be controlled in a manner that it does not exceed this benchmark. Similarly, the passenger growth will reach to 17. 4 billion by 2030 and there is required more runway space to cater... San Diego International Airport Master Plan I have chosen the master plan of San Diego International Airport. It was adopted on May 2008 by the San Diego International Airport Authority Board for planning development of its 661 acres...
Sustainable Engineering: Green, Sustainable Materials
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...acre of land in a year. 12 billion gallon per year of biodiesel can be produced by employing 0.25billion acres of land is required. The U.S, gasoline consumption is about 133 billion gallons. In order to fulfill the required amount with 1/3 of ethanol from corn, will be 43.3 billion gallons. 1 acre of corn field produces... Sustainable Engineering, Green Sustainable Materials In U.S, The petroleum diesel consumption is about 36 billiongallons per year. In order to reduce the demand, biodiesel should replace the petroleum diesel. If one third of the demand is provided by the biodiesel, 12 billion gallon of biodiesel should be produced in a year. 48 gallon of soybean biodiesel can be produced from 1...
Assignment3
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...acres does the UA Campus Arboretum cover The campus arboretum covers more than 20 acres 3. Read the help document for the GIS Map available in the Assignment 3 contents. Re-visit the UA Campus Arboretum site to access the GIS Map (Under Search Tree Collections tab) to determine the following information a. What species is accession (Plant ID_N) 789 The species is Pinaceae-family name, Pinus halepensis-botanical name Aleppo Pine-common name, Mediterranean-origin b. How many specimens of Chorisia (Genus) are listed on the map? 5 specimens of Chorisia are listed on the map... What is the purpose of a public garden? The purpose of public garden is to assists with preserving trees in the campus...
Research for Midwestern Literature
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...Acres.” This is a novel that is actually a response to King Leah by Shakespeare. It is interesting to see how the author recreates the plot but in a totally different setting, with a totally different story, using totally different characters, but still maintaining the same plot that Shakespeare used in King Leah. By and Large, Smiley chooses to use the setting of the American Midwest in the late 70s and that makes her novel more readable to the contemporary audience as opposed to Shakespeare’s King Leah. This paper will look at how Jane Smiley shapes conversations about the Midwestern literature. Even though she has written a number of novels, short stories and other...
Globalization in India
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...acres out of which 3566 acres is government land and the rest 438 acres is private land. In all, as per official data, 471 families would be affected from the three Gram Panchayats. However, as per the local movement against POSCO, more than 4000 families, i.e., a population of 22000 will be affected by the project in the area. This difference emerges from the fact that government sources do not take into account most of this land that has been under betel, cashew and other cultivations for generations. Applications... Globalization Globalization has created lot of wealth for few pockets and misery for many to whom earning their daily bread matters. Land, due its availability at the nearest proximity of...
NJ Landfill
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...acres in the Gloucester Township, and so the name. It is owned by the township itself, but had been leased to several parties until 1980, when it was closed. The Gloucester Township is a suburban community in the Camden County, located in the Southern New Jersey which covers an area of 24 square miles. The site information for GEMS landfill... . The early operators were Anthony Amadei Sand and Gravel Company, which remained in power to operate until 1976, when Gloucester Environmental Management Services, Inc. took over until its closure in 1980. The area of landfill was started off with a very small area; in 1963 it occupied simply 11.4 acres of the land; in only two...
Homework
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...acre/hour = 0.4 hectares/hour. Therefore, 5.3 acres per hour = 5.3*0.4 hectares per hour = 2.12 hectares per hour. 2. 1 are per hour= 100m2 per hour or 1square meter per hour = 0.01 are per hour. Therefore, 321 square meter per hour = 321*0.01 are per hour = 3.21 are per hour 3. 1bushel per hectare = 27.2155kilograms per hectare. Therefore, 641 kilograms per hectare = (641/27.2155)*0.4 bushels per hectare = 9.2862 bushels per acre 4. 5,792,324 cubic inches/min to cubic yard per hour. One yard is equivalent to thirty six inches and one hour is equivalent to sixty minutes. Therefore, to convert cubic inches into cubic yard = 5,792,324/363 = 124.15. Then, convert minutes... Agriculture Homework 1...
Ecological footprint exercise
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...acres of the Earth’s productive area to support me – 18.1 tons of carbon dioxide. Section Two One of the biggest areas that needed improvement is that a lot of the food I eat is prepackaged and not grown locally. I changed my scenario to include 75% of my food as being grown locally, and to include fresher, unpackaged foods. Making this small change means that we would need 3.9 planet Earths to support everyone if they lived like this, which is a small improvement. It also meant that, to support my lifestyle, we need to use only 17.2 global acres of the Earth’s productive area, and brought my... Section One If everyone lived like me, we would need 4 planet earths to support everyone. It takes 18.2 acres ...
Science-Physics
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...acres of land which was established as a reserve in 1980 by the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (National Research Council, 2003). Furthermore... First sur Lecturer’s Unit Drilling oil in ANWR Sometimes the advance in technology and technological development is met by resistance from the people it is supposed to assist. The resistance may stem from various reasons ranging from fear to the connotation envisaged by such technologies………. Sometimes the advance in technology and technological development is met by resistance from the people it is supposed to assist. The resistance may stem from various reasons ranging from fear to the connotation envisaged by such technologies. These technolog...
Introduction and Executive summary
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...acres, the historical importance attached to it and the architectural constructions dotted on it make it an enviable project for anyone who is ambitious enough to construct novelty and history together. This proposal contains- Brief on Utopia Development; the scope and stretch of the experiences of the members Depiction and brief on the proposed mixed use plan Preliminary Research, Projections and Conclusions derived We thankyou again for this invaluable opportunity of showcasing our skills and strengths in the development of this site. We are committed to the judicious development... We are grateful to be considered as the prospective developers of the amazing site of Utah Fair Park. The expanse of 65...
The 2003 Firestorm in Southern California
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...acres. In total, there were twelve major fires. They were on 749,401 acres; burnt 4,812 homes, damaged 185 homes besides leading approximately 24 people dying and over 200 others together with over 3000 families rendered homeless (Newig, Voß, & Monstadt, 2013). Analysis of fire statistics from the California Department of Forestry indicate that the frequency... The 2003 Firestorm in Southern California Research information regarding the 2003 Firestorm in Southern California. Describe how the firestorm beganand what the results were. What is the typical frequency of wildfires in California? The 2003 firestorm was a wildfire that had never witnessed based on severity of numerous fires that to date famed...
Identify a development or industrial project or a suburban area
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...acres situated in the BLM lands under the Tillamook Resource area in the county of Columbia. The administration’s Bureau of land management has been entrusted the task of overseeing the thinning operations along with maintaining a proper oversight of any potential impact on the environment. The following sections will describe the thorough environmental analysis conducted on the project and list out all potential environmental impacts that the project is likely to have. The location of the project is shown in the figure below: Environmental issues 1. Forest... and logging activities since the past 70-80 years. Pollution Type Effects on the main water resources Magnitude The area spans over...
ENGLISH (BA)
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...Acres”. of the Student: Professor: Date of Submission: The main purpose of the American Family is to bring about the happiness of each individual family member. The traditional family values include love and respect for parents, as well as for all members of the family”. The above comment depicts the situation of the American family values, in which the dominance or respect... The American Family Life Depicted in Toni Morrison’s “Jazz” and Jane Smiley’s “A Thousand...
Dawes Severalty Act 1887
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...acres (a quarter section) for the head of a family, 80 acres (an eighth section) for an individual Indian who is more than eighteen years old, and an eight section for minor children (Native Americas, 1997, p.20). In cases where land areas are not large enough to provide these allotted sections, lands were divided pro rata. A trust held the allotment for twenty-five years, and then discharged with a fee to the owner (Native Americas, 1997, p.20). The incentive of the act was that it offered American citizenship to Indians... ? Dawes Severalty Act 1887 12 February Dawes Severalty Act 1887 In defining “Native” in the term “Native American,” Native Americans or Indians have suffered from the biological...
Hazards
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...acres of land were burned, a residential building and nine outbuildings were destroyed, and the fire took around 75 hours... ? California Wild Fires as Environmental Hazards Wildfires have been one of the most reported hazardous incidents that occur during the hot weather months. In California, wildfires are already seen as something that normally occurs and are mostly given attention to by the Fire Department, no matter how small or big. Almost every day, there are incidents that are related to wild fires, which are often monitored and reported in the website of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or CAL FIRE. In one incident in Flynn Creek Road and Comptche Ukiah Road, 195 acres...
Homework
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...acre for agriculture. However, many of them did not want to be engaged in farming. When each Indian received a piece of land, the government sold the rest to white residents. The result was catastrophic: by 1934 the acreage that belonged to Indians was reduced from 138 million acres (56 million hectares) to 48 millions (19 million hectares). 2. In 1924 Congress accepted the Act about Indians’ citizenship, which declared all the Indians who were born in the United States as the citizens of the United States. This was done due to the two reasons: the increasing respect of whites towards Indians, which was caused... Homework According to the policies accepted in 1887, every Indian could possess 160 acre...
Analyse the impact of implementing rain water harvesting systems on the stormwater system
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...Acre inches) A=Area (Acres) C=Coefficient of runoff I=Intensity of rainfall in (inches) The area (A) in terms of acres was obtained by substitution of determining formulae on the applicable mathematics formulas. The intensity of the rainfall was determined by considering a two... information: Impact of Implementing Rainwater harvesting systems on Stormwater Expansion of urban development has contributed to increasing discharge rates of rainwater as well as creating a large space within watersheds. The Galway watershed is not an exception since it has experienced high conurbation in a couple of years. Certain palliation practices have been employed to curb the effect of increased discharge rates;...
Lane college
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...acres, is a small, private, co-educational, church-related institution. Why I decided to take admission in Lane College calls attention to my passion and enthusiasm for attaining education. My aim is to major in physical education. I believe that education is the key to success in today’s competitive world. Without proper education, one is apt to lag behind in this fast running world. I want to put my best efforts in the field I have chosen and this college seems to help me fulfil my dreams. Lane College has such an environment where one wants to learn more and more. Learning and spreading knowledge... ?[Your full June 6, Personal ment Lane College, located in Jackson, Tennessee on approximately 55...
Intercultural - international faux pas
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...Acres.... FAUX PAS International faux pas According to research, a faux pas is a publicly uncooperative or insensitive action, particularly one that infringes accepted social standards, principles, traditions, or the guidelines of good manners (Asobele, 2002). In most cases, what is communal exercise in one place of the world may undeniably be offensive in another. Therefore, because of the abundant diversity of traditions, cultures, as well as norms it has become almost not easy to list particular behaviors that a person should or should not avoid. There are some behaviors that were considered inappropriate not only in one culture but in a number of other cultures during the research. For instance,...
Federal Domain/New Stock Opportunity or Exposure
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...acres is quite a small number. Hello Lauer, I found your post to be quite interesting and informative considering your brief direct encounter with how forest management operates. I must admit that your argument makes clear sense and considering... Responses Hi Laurie Johnson, Thanks for such an informative post on this week’s discussion topic. Your post was very informative especially seeing that you come from an area where logging is the norm. While going through some online articles, I came to understand that almost 93 percent of our forestland is privately owned, don’t you think the government should reconsider and avoid logging since 7 percent despite being millions of acres is quite a small...
Business / Decision Modeling 2
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...acres on which he wishes to plant wheat and corn for the season. For crop rotation determinations he must plant at least 50 acres of each crop. b. He can participate in a federal program that will necessitate him to produce at least as much wheat as corn. Under this program, he is assured to earn $150 per acre of wheat planted and $200 per acre of corn planted. c. Alternatively he can opt not to take part in the program in which case he schemes he would make only $125 per acre of wheat planted and $184 per acre of corn planted, but there would be no requirement to produce at least... BUSSINESS/DECISION MODELING Agriculture problem. Frank Hurley is a farmer who plants wheat and corn.a. He has 250...
Gloagburn Farm Shop And Coffee Shop
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...acres potatoes, oil seed rape grown on 40 acres of land, turnips grown for the shop and supermarkets on 30 acres, grass on 30 acres to feed... ? Gloagburn farm shop and Coffee shop INTRODUCTION Gloagburn farm shop and coffee shop, opened in 2003, is beautifully located in Perthshire countryside with a farm shop selling wonderful farm grown products and a coffee shop that offers a delightful homemade menu and organic wines (Gloagburn, 2012). The restaurant also offers take away and picnic arrangements. Though the firm had previously won several awards in various categories, with the rising competition its future doesn’t seem very promising (PKC government, 2012). A situational analysis has been conducted...
Contamination and Remediation
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...acre Brownfield site. Introduction Development projects boost economic health. They complement over all plans for socio economic progress. They execute and bring to realization the country’s development objectives and aspirations for growth. The importance of preparing a development plan would aid decisions for resource allocations, program implementation and desirability of a project. A development project will be discussed for the proposed clean up of the Brownfield area in Sugar Creek Township. 1. Project profile. a. Nature of the project, its major component and other salient features. There are about 60,000 Brownfield areas lying idle all... The development plan for the remediation of a 500...
Essay Prompt 6
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...acres of porous rock into a glassy plug, much like a huge stopper in a leaky bottle (Broad n. p.). Other proposals included using it to make huge holes, create a new canal (like the Panama Canal); generate human space flight, and defending the earth from an asteroid (Madrigal n. p.). However, personally, I think that all of these uses cannot be considered seriously, given that there are serious risks in every nuclear explosion, including radioactive fallouts and the large scale obliteration of any living thing in the area, as witnessed... ? Essay #6 One of the most important questions since the nuclear bomb was invented by humans asked: are there any civilian uses for nuclear explosion in our time? Well, ...
Cowboys & Indians
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...acres of tribal lands” (Fleming, 2006, p. 215). How do you think these misconceptions came to be so prevalent? These misconceptions apparently became so prevalent because people have tendencies... Cowboys & Indians Cowboys & Indians What are some negative or incorrect stereotypes often associated with Native Americans? Some of the negative or incorrect stereotypes associated with Native Americans are as follows: that (1) Native Americans are naturally synonymous to Native American Indians and that they are all alike; (2) they are pictured to live particularly in tipis on a reservation; still wear braids and ride horses; (3) they deeply spiritual and have distinct practices calling on their ancestors fo...
Idealized Architecture + Public Implications
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...acres of land (The Pruitt-Igoe Myth). This was a major challenge for the project architects. The second problem is the difficultly in understanding the clients that they are serving and their needs due to the high number of users of the buildings. The film... The Pruitt Igoe Myth and the Death of Modernism The Pruitt-Igoe Myth explores the Pruitt – Igoe project and the reasons behind the failure of this project. The images of this mega project’s towers crumbling to the ground clearly indicate that something had gone wrong. This has widely been blamed on the architects who were involved in the project. Yamaki, an architect at Hellmuth Yumaki and Leinweber comes out as the main suspect for the failure of...
History and purpose of BLM
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...acres of sub-surafce mineral estates throughout the country. The BLM’s multiple-use mission, which has been set in the FLPM manadates that the agency oversees public land... History and Purpose of BLM History and purpose of BLM The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is composed of former two federal agencies: U.S. Grazing service and General Land office and It was founded in 1946 (BLM, 2011). The BLMs origin goes back to 1785 during the land ordinance and in 1785 during the Northwest ordinace. After the original thirteen colonies which were given to the government after the world war of independence, the congress passed laws that the lands should be surveyed, explored,and made available for the settlement...
Hist up 10 1877
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...acres, by 1832 a farmer only had to purchase 40 acres and the price per acre was slashed substantially. This made a strong financial incentive for settlers to steadily move west. In regards to how Jefferson viewed the West as being crucial to the well being of the republic, it is the case that he believed that scores of in small scale farmers that would be active participants in the American democracy. These people would help contribute to both the economic health of the country but also contribute to democratic health of the American Republic. #2-A) In regards to the first statement I am inclined to agree... ?History The purpose of this paper is to address three questions. The part of this paper will...
Disney World
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...acres which is almost the size of San Francisco in southwest of Orlando. Disney World The Walt Disney Company comes under the control of Walt Disney, which began its career in 1959, looking for land for a second resort to increase Disneyland. It was opened in October 1, 1971 and since than has added Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios... Disney World Introduction Disney World Resort is the most visited and leading entertaining resort on earth, which consists of four theme parks, two water parks, twenty-three themed hotels, and plentiful shopping, dining, amusement and enjoyment sites. It was opened along with the Magic Kingdom theme park in October 1, 1971. The resort is built on about 30,000...
Lakeside Country Club tour report
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...acres to Christiana Williams who later sold it to Charles A. Schneider family in 1890. The club carried its activities from an individual’s home/ house, which built in 1934 at a cost of $164,000. The Mansion forms... Task “Lakeside Country Club tour report” The lakeside Country Club is a privately owned and its membership is by way of invitation. This implies that for one to become a member of the club, a Lakeside member will present an invitation for membership from and then guide the prospective member through the whole process for the membership to be approved by the Board of Directors. The history of the Lakeside Country Club property in Houston dates back in 1861 when State of Texas deeded 2,214...
Las Vegas Effect
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...acres and had in 1996 a population of 377,000. To anyone except local politicians, voters, and taxpayers, however, it would be absurd to talk about "Las Vegas" and not include the 36 casino-hotels on and just off the Strip, with their 83,000 rooms (scheduled to grow to 91,000 by 2000), their scores of restaurants, their vast meeting and convention halls, their showrooms and spas and arenas and shops, and their more than 500 acres of covered, often lavishly decorated space in which adult visitors are invited to gamble (David, 1999).... Las Vegas Effect Las Vegas is known for its casinos, neon lights and the site for emergency weddings. A place where gambling is the main attraction, there's nothing like...
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 1 question
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...acres of coca plants used for the production of cocaine. Why is this problematic? The first issue is environmental. According to Lyman (2011, page 428), “as a result... The desire to stamp out drugs from society is indeed a valid one. Certainly, the drug problem has caused an assortment of problems on society – increasing the crime rate, destroying lives, tearing families apart. The response of the government, however, whilst well-intentioned, has given rise to a number of critiques from various sectors. This paper will focus on the supply reduction paradigm, and in particular, the recent efforts of the US government to pressure the Colombian government to conduct aerial spraying on more than 100,000...
Sea world orlando
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...acres of land and offershuge attractions vis-à-vis animal antics, hi-tech thrill rides, laser shows, educational tours for children and many more exciting things all related to environment. It has millions of visitors coming every year to partake in the adventures to the wild land. The marine park has something for everybody. The park management provides exclusive educational summer adventure camps for students and teachers and facilitates huge awareness regarding environment conservation and preservation. The park is highly popular as tourist spot for children and adults alike... Sea world in Orlando, Florida is a marine theme park that has been operating for about thirty years. It is spread across 200...
Land Preservation
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...acres of land and hence need to conserve it for their survival and the survival of their animals. What do you have to add on the topic? The issue of land preservation has not been effectively campaigned to the people. Statistics indicate that people consider anything to do with environmental preservation measures including land preservation are left to the corporations during their corporate social responsibility programs, the government and other environmental agency programs. If land preservation is however campaigned and showed to affect everybody including those residing in urban areas, then there can be more involvement at the local... Land Preservation Affiliation: Response to Chelsea Mahnk I...
The Many Faces of Affirmative Action
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...acres to the freed slaves at the end of the Civil War (Burch, 2008, p.121). As moral agents, citizens not only have an obligation to compensate those... The Many Faces of Affirmative Action When Lyndon B. Johnson introduced the Affirmative Action program in 1965, it was hailed as a concrete step in redressing the wrongs perpetrated by 200 years of slavery and created an avenue to the new equality of civil rights. Affirmative Action would level the playing field and give African Americans the help that 200 years of Constitutional Amendments had failed to provide. In a country that guaranteed justice and equality, African Americans were significantly under-represented in the professions, law enforcement,...
Preservation of rainforests & maintaining ecobalance
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...acres of rainforest every second. In addition it is very sad to note that about 150 acres of rainforests are victims of fire every minute equating to 200,000 acres every day meaning annually 78 million acres of valuable rainforests are going up in smoke! The colossal loss due to deforestation of rainforests can be gauged from the statistics given below: 137 plant, animal and insect species are lost every day meaning a loss of 50,000 species annually and thus loss of possible cures to life threatening diseases. Extinction of rare medicine men (called shamans) having knowledge of the herbs and plants of medicinal value in rainforests: for example in the Amazonian rainforest... head: PRESERVATION OF...
Annotating and Summarizing
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...acres of land open to hunters, many of them seek out the less crowded conditions found on private property”(Knight, 1998). This impunity cuts across the board from the aged to the young, from parents to children. The police have also been complacent and the fines imposed are not punitive enough to deter the hunters to keep off from other people’s property. Knight basically wants us to focus on the disturbances as well as dangers caused by hunters who intrude on an individual’s private property, New York State’s lack of control over hunters where she lives, occurrences... No Hunting Here, Please No Hunting Here, Please is an essay by Denise D. Knight that first appeared on 5th of October 1998 in...
Emergency Response Plan for Irving, Texas
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...acres for residential purposes, 4,500 acres of commercial area, 6,045 acres for its airport and 6,094 acres of undeveloped land (“Irving Demographics”, 2011). With this demographic information, the city council must take on the responsibility to keep the community well-informed and prepared at all times on the possible natural hazards that may occur. Failing to do so will greatly affect a huge number of civilians within its jurisdiction. Knowing that their community has the highest risk of natural disasters, the city council must recognize the need for compliance... ? Emergency Response Plan for Irving, Texas Your First Your Submitted Introduction New York Times named Irving, Texas as the area with the...
Following WWII Japan again was put into a fundamental Reform and Renovation mode.
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...acres (almost 40% of Japans arable land) were purchased from the landlords and resold at low prices to the farmers. It dismantled a power structure that landlords had long dominated. This was one way of permanently changing economic disparities between classes. Despite instances of mass rape and the re-institutionalization of the Japanese Geisha system, women enjoyed relatively increased civil rights. They earned the right to vote and engage in roles that were traditionally male dominated. Furthermore, favoring Japanese beliefs and gradual modification and dissolution of the Japan-United States Mutual Security Assistance Pact, the Clean Government Party attracted many...
Enviroment
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...acres of forest. This comes in the wake of climate change talks in Bangkok where discussions of restoring forests and using them to reduce the carbon dioxide being emitted in the air that is destroying the ozone and the global climate in turn (Blevins, 2012). The destruction of this forest by wild fires is a set-back to climate changes and environmental conservation going on around the world. If such forest wildfires are not controlled by forest guards and other environmental conservationists in conjunction with the citizens... Reflective assignment Question The news article is about the recent forest fire in Angeles National Forest in South Carolina which is said to have destroyed over 3,600 acres of...
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...acres The footprint in hectares is 118.17. 3. Using the output presented presented under my footprint share by Biome, tell me what percentage and types of biomes do you impact most. Using the output presented under my footprint share by Biome, the most impacted are the forest land and marine fisheries. The footprint of forestland stand at 40%, while marine fisheries is 28%. 4. Do you believe this is an accurate representation of your footprint, why or why... Test Summary Based on the ecological footprint calculator, how many earths would be required if everybody lived like you? If everyone lived like me, there would be 7.52 earths. 2. What is your footprint in acres The footprint in hectares is 118....
Indian New Deal
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...acres in 1887, when the land-allotment law was passed, to 47,000,000 acres (Nichols 133). Tribal funds had been reduced from $500,000,000 to $12,000,000, and 93 percent of tribal income was being used for bureau maintenance. Politicians were in complete control; graft was said to be wholesale. Federal money was being wasted on boarding-schools, which took children from their parents and tried to make white children of them, and a national scandal was exposed at the asylum for Indians at Canton, South Dakota. Tribal and social customs were being suppressed. Collier put the boarding-schools out of business, obtained $3,600,000 of Public Works Adjustment...
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