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    cities led to a rise in population and the inevitable urban sprawl, leaving rings of suburbs as the cities expanded. By 1870, main townships outside of the Twin Cities began to split into towns and villages. Out of one such township came the town of Edina, the focus of this paper.

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    Imagine, your brother gets in his car and starts driving to school. Since he had to get up super early he falls asleep at the wheel. He gets into a car accident, is rushed to the hospital and dies just hours later. School start times should change because it can help with sleep problems, it can help with academics and it can help with attendance. School start times should be later for many reasons. One of the reasons is, it helps with sleeping problems. Many people suggest that teenagers should

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    students more time to sleep in(“Eight Major”). A later dismissal would also not affect practices and game times, for example Edina, Minnesota changed their start time and actually saw an increase in participation. Edina made an easy adjustment as they installed lights around the sports stadiums and changed match times so students did not have to leave class early(“Eight Major”). Edina, as well as other school districts, made an easy change with their start time and still found ways to get around the

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    Minnetonka Research Paper

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    Being a student in high school is hard. Being a student at Minnetonka High School is even harder. Minnetonka is a unique place where being a “nerd” is cool and students compete to see who can get the most volunteer hours. MHS students are bombarded with expectations from their parents, teachers and peers to excel both in and out of the classroom. In order to meet these expectations, many student have to sacrifice sports and other extracurricular activities that they love in order to keep up with

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    Destiny Janneman Speer B3 24 Sept. 2015 Assassination of Martin Luther “Faith is a living, daring confidence in God’s grace, so sure and certain that a thousand times.” Martin had to grow up in the Great Depression. Martin had multiple racist encounters in his early life, but he did something about it, and in the process of doing something, Martin got assassinated. He was killed on April 4th (Britannica School). I feel that the police didn’t have to arrest people, and Martin, for protesting

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    School Dress Codes Essay

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    High school students, parents, and teachers are in a constant debate over dress codes throughout The United States. Teenagers, generally young women, feel as though these regulations hold several negative influences and should be remodeled in a different way. Dress codes were created over a series of court cases. These cases address the freedom of speech and expression students hold on school grounds including language, dress and writing topics. They were applied to prevent distractions to students

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    our feet, or uses phrases like a town "blinking and shrugging" coupled with casual language like "How 'd you like to hear about the war?" we never doubt that he knows what he 's doing. One example of this is shown in this quotes from my writing. “Edina is just a place somewhere in the world. Maybe it’s a lot like your world, maybe it’s nothing like it. If you look closer, you might see someone like you. Someone trying to find their way, someone trying to find their place or someone trying to find

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    by religiously following my calendar, and making sure everything went to the plan. Lastly, after having completed this assignment I now see community service in a whole new light. I used to see Edina as a community that didn’t need service, but like every other communities, it does. No matter how much Edina excels as a community, we’re far from perfect, and I am now able to see

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    Nov. 2008. Web. 09 Mar. 2017. "Legal Theory of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms." Constitution Society: Everything Needed to Decide Constitutional Issues. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Mar. 2017. Smith, Rich. Second and Third Amendments: The Right to Security. Edina, MN: ABDO Pub., 2008. Print. Winters, Robert. The Right to Bear Arms. Detroit: Greenhaven, 2006.

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    2When I think of my primary caregiver, I automatically think of my mother. When I look back at my childhood, both of my parents did a wonderful job at raising me but as most people do, I think of my mother as being the primary caregiver. 2My mother had a very abnormal childhood. She lost her mother at a very young age and was introduced to a new family a couple of years after her mom passed away and it was an adjustment for her. She and her younger sister didn’t get a long with their new stepmom

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    Assisted Suicide “If a man is terrified, it’s up to me to dispel that terror” said, Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Imagine a doctor giving someone a pill, because they wanted to die! This is not right under certain circumstances because, first doctors were trained to heal life not end life, God gave us life and that should not be taken away, and it is an abuse of drugs. Assisted suicide should only be considered if the patient has no ability to recover from their conditions. The first reason assisted suicide

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    As Edina Lecovic, Communication Director at MPAC stated, “Islamophobia is not a Muslim issue. It is an American issue. Islamophobia falls within a history of hate in this country, and we (Muslims) are certainly not the first and we will certainly not be the

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    Minnetonka Case Study

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    Place Located in Hennepin County just eight miles west of Minneapolis, Minnetonka is a fully developed suburban community with a successful business community, high quality office developments, and safe, well-kept residential areas. The borders of Minnetonka rough follow highway 62 on the south border, and 394 on the north border, highway 169 on the East border, and highway 101 on the West border. For exact measurements see Appendix A. The name Minnetonka was the original name given to the lake which

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    Edina St. Vincent Millay’s poem “Oh, Oh You Will Be Sorry for that Word” is a lyric poem in which a woman is arguing with a man that started when he said something derogatory about her reading such a large book when she is a delicate creature. The woman is obviously upset about the fact her supposed friend/lover/husband behaved badly towards her. It is a Shakespearian Sonnet because the rhyme scheme is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG with a meter that most likely resembles trochaic. The only line that does not

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