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  • Tony Kronheiser
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  • Steroids and Their Affects on the Human Body
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  • Smart Car Technology
    Smart Car Technology Answer A : The TravTek navigationsystem is installed in 100 Oldsmobile Toronados, the visual part of the system is a computer monitor. Through detailed colour maps, it leads the driver through the town. The map changes all the time, cause a computer connected to a navigation
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  • The Shoe Industry
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  • The Combines Act
    The Combines Act J.C.H. Jones's article "The Economics of the National Hockey League" (1969) purpose is to explain through simple micro economics that the prime motive of professional hockey team owners is profit maximization. The owners argue that their main interest is "for the love of the game,"
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  • Why Are Gasoline Prices Going Up so High?
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  • Getting Into College
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  • A Separate Peace
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  • Bob's World
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  • Harrison Bergeron
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  • Creative Story: Racing Along Walls
    Creative Story: Racing Along Walls "Hey Joe, hand me the 3/16 socket," I mumbled into the underside of my car. I felt a nudge in my ribs as my friend, Joe, handed me the socket I asked for. Matching the ends of the hexagonal shaped socket with the stub on my wrench, I pushed the two together.
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  • A Separate Peace: Social Stereotypes
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  • Analysis of the Free-Throw Shot
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  • Nutrition in Mountain Biking
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  • Uniforms in School
    Uniforms In School Uniforms should definitely be used in school systems. Everything about it makes sense. Not everyone is going to be happy about it at first, but they will slowly but surely adjust. Uniforms free students of the stress on what to wear in the morning. I usually have that
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  • Movie Review of Jerry Maguire
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  • Violence on Television: Violence Is Everywhere
    Violence on Television: Violence is Everywhere " I never learned which party was victorious, nor the cause of the war, But I felt for the rest of that day, as if I had had my feelings excited and harrowed by witnessing the struggle..." (Henry David Thoreau) These days our whole life seems
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  • Adam Sandler's "What the Hell Happened to Me?": How Music Affects Cult
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  • The Game of Hackysac or Footbag
    The Game of Hackysac or Footbag What if I told you that in my hand I hold the secret to world harmony that diplomats have been searching for for centerys. That a toy about the size of a plumb can improve your physical and mental well being tremendously. It may sound corny, but it may even bring yo
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