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    and use) help during rescues. On Everest, helicopters can be helpful in places where the rescue teams can’t get to by themselves, but with strong winds they can’t be of much use for help. Climbers have to know their skills and many different things about mountaineering before they climb a mountain. People do have the right rescue services when they put themselves at risk because new helicopter techniques and safer paths. The first reason people do have the right to rescue services when they put

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    With adventuring and seeking thrill, accidents are common. A topic of question is whether or not the victims should pay for the damage or expenses of a rescue team. A logical solution is to make the person or people who caused the mishap pay for what they’ve done, but sometimes they are the victims. If they were being careless beforehand and leading up to the incident, then they should pay for it, or at least part of it. However, if they had no part in it and was just unlucky enough to get injured

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    Two of the most incredible television shows in the DC Comics universe are Arrow and The Flash. Both are heart-warming, gut-retching action shows that feature superheroes, love-lives and awesome costumes. Despite those similarities both characters and their shows are very different. The Flash is a meta-human with super speed named Barry Allen and The Arrow is just a regular person who never misses a shot with a bow named Oliver Queen. Both The Flash and The Arrow have super smart teams and secondary

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    More than 4,000 people went through the hell of climbing Mount Everest. Even though those many people attempted to climb Mount Everest, more than 290 people have died in the process. For being more than 29,000 feet above sea level, of course, there are many issues that come with it. First, the oxygen becomes thinner and thinner the higher climbers go. Second, the conditions that climbers are being put at are atrocious. Lastly, overcrowding is one of the biggest killers whilst climbing the giant know

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    Don't Shop, Adopt! Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to consider adopting a pet from a shelter instead of buying one elsewhere. Central Idea: Adopting an animal from the shelter has many benefits for not only you but also for animals. INTRODUCTION I. (Attention) Approximately 8 million animals enter shelters every year. And, roughly 2.6 million dogs and cats are killed in U.S. shelters annually. ("Statistics", n.d.) II. (Reveal Topic) Just hearing those statistics is alarming to me, this

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    I have been coming to this place, Horses Unlimited Rescue and Education Center, since the beginning of the summer and I love it. Their goal is to rescue horses, bring them back to great health, and adopt them out to new, loving homes. Being able to help out there is so amazing because I get to see what it is like for these animals and the positions that

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    My Hero Speech

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    My Hero What is a hero in your eyes? A hero in my eyes is someone, that is helpful to others, and protects them. My hero is my dog. She is a Mastiff/Pitbull. Her name is Coco. Coco is a female puppy, and the most greatest dog in the world. “When i'm training a dog, I develop a relationship with that dog, He is my buddy, and i want to make training fun” (Ian Dunbar). The purpose of my hero is to protect and help my family in all of their needs and purposes.. In my own words, all i have to say

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    Unbroken Theme

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    Unbroken "A moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory" (Louis Zamperini.) Unbroken is a story of a man named Louis Zamperini. When he was young, he was a trouble maker. Always making trouble. Later he started running due to him constantly escaping from trouble. He became a world record holder. He held many school records, mostly known for his 4 minuet 13 sec mile run. Louis made it to the Olympics in 1936, coming in 7th in the 5,000 meter race. Although he was 7th he caught the attention of Adolf

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    Safety In The Workplace

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    Healthcare employee safety is very important and should be a high priority. In the healthcare setting the employees must pay attention to his or her surroundings. This essay will include several objectives such as injury prevention, emergency readiness, and training. Keeping the employees safe is not easy while working in the environment full of dangers. I will discuss the importance of employee training, personal safety, safety slogans, environmental safety and informational posters. INJURY PREVENTION:

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    Extreme Sports have caused 4 million injuries since the year, 2000. And they are still being played! People are BMX biking, skateboarding, mountain-climbing, snowboarding and skiing, everyday. Is it really worth it to do a backflip on a snowboard knowing you could die? I don’t think it’s worth it, at all. If you did injure yourself playing an extreme sport, not only are you hurting yourself, you are also hurting your family and friends. You are hurting them in a different way. A more powerful way

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    Life-or-Death situations can spring up at any moment in time. Why not stay prepared? Motivate and teach the present and generations to come on how to be ready for the unknown. As said previously, if hundreds of millions are being spent on search and rescue when it could be going towards something more important, why doesn’t the government introduce new laws to prevent some of the many life-or-death situations happening all around us? Making it so no one is able to choose a route of disaster. In the

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    Countless lives locked away in cages and forgotten about have overwhelmed our society, it has left blood stains on our history as a species and if history has taught us anything, it’s that we have a choice to change our ways of adjusting to situations. A war which was fought in means of ending such criminal acts, yet we as human beings do little to nothing to end the terrible crimes of animal deaths in shelters. Between these problems lies a terrible truth, nearly every year, almost eight million

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    This week I am choosing to write about what I think the point of "Rescue Party" is and also what Clarke might have been saying about the human race. I think one of the main points that I took away from this story is that the human race thinks that they are the only life form in the Universe. I would also say that this means the author was trying to say that humans are closed minded and only believe in saving themselves, because the end of the story the Captain talks about how determined the humans

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    The Mission Rescue is a series of mystery thriller novels by the popular American author Shirleee McCoy made famous for her series of inspirational and Christian romance titles. With about two titles released every year since 2014, the series of novels continues to gain more popularity. The first novel in the series of novels was the bestselling Protective Instincts that was published in 2014 and went on to become an international bestseller. Sticking to her themes of inspirational fiction and influenced

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    Holocaust Rescues The Holocaust was a tragic event that caused the death of many individuals. Most Jews in the Holocaust couldn’t survive by themselves without being captured and that’s where rescuers come in. Rescuers during the Holocaust took in Jews, giving them a hiding place, food, and shelter, kept someone being a Jew a secret, or just hid someone’s star of David to save them from the authority. Even though rescuing a Jew in the Holocaust risked the Jew’s life, the rescuer’s life, and the rescuer’s

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    Oskar Schindler's Rescue

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    The Reason Behind Schindler’s Rescue Did Oskar Schindler save the Jews for his pleasure or to please others? Oskar is the type of man who would do anything to help himself or his business, but when he starts to save more and more Jews, his true self-starts to show. Director Steven Spielberg shows the viewers the different sides of Schindler. Viewers notice that in the beginning, Schindler seems eager to please himself, but as the movie progresses, his motivation is to save others for their sake

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    that helicopters rescues are increasing on Everest, why Everest, and rangers killed trying to rescue others. In the beginning, the helicopter rescue are increasing on Everest. Other people say that if they get trapped on the mountain rescues should come and get them. Rescuers are risking their life trying to get people when they are in a risky spot. Paying two-million dollars is how much they have to pay for one helicopter. Half of the time rescuers crash rescuing people. Rescue choppers give

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    Family Rescue is an organization with the mission to break the cycle of domestic violence; it is specifically dedicated to providing advocacy and resources for abused women and their children. It has established several programs to stop domestic violence: emergency shelter, legal advocacy, subsidized housing, and community outreach. These different programs share the same purpose of breaking the cycle of domestic violence. Domestic violence refers to recurring patterns of behavior – physical, psychological

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    Animal Rights Some people assume that just because animals cannot speak that they cannot feel pain. It is not okay to torture living beings that have their own thoughts and breathe the exact same air us humans breathe. It is unjust and selfish to stand by and take no action while everyday hundreds if not thousands of innocent animals die without reason. No matter how much fur or how many limbs the creature has; it should be treated as equal as a person. A heart beat is a heartbeat regardless of the

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    There are many reasons why dogs are better pets than cats in various ways. It is important for pet owners alike to understand what dogs are capable of accomplishing. It is also important to understand why dogs are better pets than cats. Understanding the reasons to why dogs are far superior pets than cats can be useful information to pet owners. Some major reasons why dogs are better pets than cats because dogs can decrease and prevent various illnesses. Another major reason why dogs are better

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