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    programs to perform different actions. (http://usa.kaspersky.com/internet-security-center/definitions/macro-virus). These viruses are made in Microsoft word macro. That is the main reason they are called macro viruses. A macro is a series of commands and actions that help to automate some tasks. The main task of these little guys is to mess around with word documents, infect all documents on someone’s computer and send email to anyone in your contacts list and infect them too. The friend or family

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    The Roost Monologue

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    ​Pathetic was the word Ledger thought. ​Pathetic and ​rude. But he couldn't deny that it was a hairpin reticence, perhaps a studied one, especially after the show of gaiety that stormed the driveway only moments ago, and of course there was the additional fact that Ledger

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    Template: Formality Level 1 and 2 Follow the directions highlighted in yellow, and as each part is complete, delete the directions. If you aren’t sure how to perform any step, review the sample document. Part 1. Prepare the title page on its own page. Unit 5 homework Miranda Murillo Social Workers Code of Ethics Prof. T. Dragonberry 01/18/2018 A code of ethics is a set of principles and rules used by companies, professional organizations and individuals to govern their decision

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    ends “ in medias res”. “ Behind him, across vast distances of space and time, from the place he had left, he thought he heard music too. But perhaps it was only an echo. “, “ It was almost December, and Jonas was beginning to be frightened. No. Wrong word, Jonas thought. Frightened meant that deep, sickening feeling of something terrible about to happen. “ Lois Lowry chose to end the novel when we expected her to tell us what happened to Gabriel and Jonas. The ending was quite unexpected and unpredictable

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    Barbie is not a Doll For quite a long time, an innocent Barbie doll is attacked by a plenty of controversies. Why a child’s toy must sustain these criticisms about feminism, racialism, and nationalism? Apparently, Barbie has been regarded as a man rather than as a doll since she is three-dimensional pinup and has unrealistic and enviable women’s appearance as well as she possesses gorgeous clothes and all kinds of wealthy identity, which make Barbie become a wicked existence. Seemly it could bring

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    Student Writing Flaws

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    feature on Microsoft Word and that will help them significantly as the misspelled words will be underlined in read. Word is also able to catch some grammatical issues and those will be underlined in green. To fix the usage issues that exist within this essay, is may be effective if the student also remembers what tense that he or she is writing in and try to make it a point to stick to that tense. While the student is reading through their essay, they should also delete all the unneeded words from each

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    and he will definitely not forget the smile he had from ear to ear ☺ (Hyperbole), that is why it is a great word to put into the title. Shelley Noble uses the two most powerful words for the title that mean the world to Wyatt and he sure will never forget the words ‘forever beach.’ The title in this book was an amazing fit for the story in general. The author used only two words, but the words had such meaning to the story that is all she needed to write. Sarah and Leila are going to be together forever

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    Negro is victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality. We can never be satisfied as long as our bodies, heavy with the fatigue of travel, cannot gain lodging in the motels of the highways and the hotels of the cities.” (King, 263). The use of words like victim, horrors, heavy with the fatigue, are all there to make the

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    The Legend Poem Analysis

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    Hongo uses simple words and large amount of adjectives to create strong imagery of the poem. In addition, Hongo provides a detailed description of the scene in the poem. Hongo points out the specific setting for the incidents in the poem to create realistic scenes. For example

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    Test Fairness Analysis

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    Since Kunnans (2004), test fairness framework does not seem to be practical and comprehensive enough to be applied to the whole system of a testing practice appropriately and it shows some shortcomings such as lack of guidelines on how to ensure validity and also it does not indicate any concern for accurate reporting of test results and informing test takers as well as providing them with feedback on their performance with regard to their strengths and weaknesses ,underestimation the importance

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    choose this song because we felt it had a great message (to be kind and humble while being grateful). along with being very good in general. Another thing we really liked, which made the choice to pick this song easy was that flow of the song (word to word) was very smooth and made the song a lot easier to listen to. Audience People listen to music to have fun and relax along with many other reasons, but this song is different from what other music is like. It teaches a lesson to the audience

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    The Telephone Pole Poem

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    shows bouts of awareness and emotion especially in lines thirty-four to thirty-eight. The word choice appears to have a simple meaning but has a variety of definitions which can fit interchangeably and alter the line interpretation. The opening line of “blind beacon” means a telephone pole’s the hub of communication. Normally they’re pretty visible, but there’s so many around that this line

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    While many argue that Holden Caulfield from The Catcher in the Rye does not deviate from the traditional anti-hero attributes and, therefore, does not display any prominent change, an argument can be made to the contrary. Holden Caulfield goes through some noticeable character development and is in a better place emotionally at the end of the book because he speaks with Phoebe. His meeting with Phoebe and Phoebe’s message to him shows him a youth’s perspective on his world, rather than the superficial

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    Love is almost like a superhero and infatuation is like a sidekick. Love is powerful and overwhelming, it can go through anything and still stand strong. Infatuation has all the same qualities, though it is weaker. Infatuation can not go through test and trials that love can and survive. The main thing that differentiate infatuation and love is that infatuation is a short-lived passion for someone while love is a strong emotion formed for someone that lasts the test of time. The reason why the two

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    herself by explaining how it is common to say the word and that “everybody at school” uses it. Scout tries to use this to her advantage to get out of school, showing she doesn’t necessarily care what the word means but also showing that people in her world use the word often. The people she's around most likely don’t understand the full definition of the word and obviously are just copying their parents who say the word often. Adults in the book know the word is highly offensive against blacks and use it

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    Essential: 1. Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate effectively with clients by telephone, email and in person. 
 I am a positive and friendly person who can interact professionally and engage with others at all levels with my strong communication skills. Examples of my effective communication are answering telephone queries, run and participate in meetings, make presentations, as well as creating emails and answering emails. At my current role at Corridor Sands

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    Raymond Carver put it best, “At the risk of appearing foolish, a writer sometimes needs to be able to just stand and gape at this or that thing—a sunset or an old shoe—in absolute and simple amazement”. There is a sense of grandeur about her use of words or lack of to describe sorts of romanticized version of the mondante and/or nature acuances. For example, I pulled an clip from the II tango: …………… Beauty. No great secret. Not ashamed to say I loved him for his beauty. As I would again if he came

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    Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is about two men, Lennie Small and George Milton, who travel place to place, job to job to pay for their dream. They end up on a ranch where they meet many people, including Curley's Wife, the only woman on the ranch. Steinbeck utilizes Curley’s Wife to prove that women didn’t have any chance of acquiring the American Dream because of the sexist society in the 1930’s. Being the only woman on a ranch full of men seems like a nightmare, even now. Can you imagine doing

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    Introduction The founder of Microsoft doesn’t need and introduction. Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest person in the world. He is well known for his harsh “do as I say, not as I do,” leadership style in the workplace. He was a visionary, and his vision was to build a company or product that would forever change the world The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation were created by them both .Their foundation is worldwide and its design to reduce inequity, health and the wellbeing not only in America

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    Grammar Checklist

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    TIP 5, PROOFREADING CHECKLIST When you use the grammar checker, you can usually press more than one button. One button might make a correction and another button might ignore a possible mistake. And other buttons doing other things as well mean you have a choice of several buttons. You might be pressing the wrong button. For example, you might be pressing the wrong button to go on again when you mean to correct it. Then, if you rechecked the document, it might still not be correct unless you rechecked

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