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When I was a kid my parents always took me to Nathdwara to take the blessings of Lord Krishna every now and then because my parents are so religious. So by going there several times I am also attached to that place. Actually Nathdwara is situated in Rajasthan state and I live in the state called Gujarat and in the city called as Ahmedabad. It takes six hours drive from my city to Nathdwara and this is the only nearest place where I could get mental peace. This is very important place for me and my

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will provide a better pixel distribution of the image channels and thus gives a more accurate average value of the channel which represents the average value of the channel for the whole dynamic range. The equation (6) is used to stretch the histogram of respective color channel to the whole dynamic range. Pin and Pout are the input and output pixels, respectively, and imin, imax, omin, and omax are the minimum and maximum intensity level values for the input and output images,

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position of an employee’s salary relative to the salary range midpoint. The salary range includes a minimum, a midpoint and a maximum. The midpoint represents a 1.0 (100%). Comp-ratio is calculated using the employee’s salary divided by the midpoint of the salary range. If the CR is .90 (90%), the employee is to be paid 10% below the salary range midpoint. If the CR is 1.00 (100%), the employee is to be paid at the midpoint of the salary range. If the CR is 1.15 (115%), the employee

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The Brink's robbery of 1981 was an armed robbery committed on October 20, 1981, At 3:55 pm, Brink's guards Peter Paige and Joe Trombino emerged from the mall carrying bags of money, Buck was arrested in 1985. The last person to be arrested in connection with it was Willams (Shakur), the ringleader of the robbery, in 1986, Gilbert, Weems, and Clark were the first of the Brink's robbers to go to trial, On October 6, 1983, he sentenced each defendant to three consecutive twenty-five year-to-life sentences

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Technology Shaped the Rhapsody Queen’s 1975 classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is extremely influenced by the recording technology used to create its sound and enhance its musical presentation. Multi-tracking phrases and over-dubbing instruments played a key role in the creation of the piece. The piece was revolutionary for the progressive rock musical period as maximised the use of recording technology at the time. This can be seen when compared to a contemporary classics of the time, Led Zeppelin’s Stairway

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Mt. Rainier The first time I saw Mt. Rainier for myself, was last summer when my boyfriend and I drove to Washington. It was the most beautiful, peaceful looking mountain I have ever seen. However, underneath it's great beauty, it hides a deadly secret. Mt. Rainier is one of the most dangerous volcanoes that we have here in the United States. One of the reasons it is so dangerous is because of it's great beauty. People enjoy looking at it, and the area that surrounds it, so they have made their

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Mount Saint Helens is an active volcano that is located in the Cascade mountain range in Washington State. This volcano is considered to be one of the most active in the Cascades, and has a complex ecosystem. This volcano remained mostly dormant until May 18, 1980 where it unfortunately erupted and decimated the plant life, wildlife, and forever changed the geography of the surrounding area. Prior to the eruption of Mount Saint Helens, there was a vast ecosystem that thrived in the area surrounding

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Waiting to come onstage is one of the most terrifying experiences one can have. Knowing that in around three or so minutes you will be called onstage to be judged and viewed by an awaiting crowd of your peers strikes you to the core and puts the familiar pang of pressure and anxiety straight into your stomach. Which takes us to the beginning of our story; enter, me, in a blonde shoulder length wig. I am dressed in a flowing white shirt, laced with frills and puffed sleeves. Atop my shirt lays my

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lake was formed was due to the collapse of a volcano ,known as Mount Mazama. Its max depth is 1.949ft. Oregon consists of 6 different areas. The coast, Klamath mountains , Willamette lowlands,Cascade Mountains, Columbia Plateau , and the basin and range region. The Pacific shoreline of Oregon is bordered by narrow coastal plains of sandy beaches, luxuriant

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The concert was a joint concert with choir and band. The genres choir sang were church music and lullabies and band played various genres including pop, classical, and holiday music. Some songs choir sang was “The Word Was God” and “Riversong.” Band played songs such as “Phantom of the Opera,” Beethoven symphony No. 5. The instrument choir used was their voices and a piano. Band used a variety of instruments such as trumpets, trombones, tubas, French horns, clarinets, flutes, saxophones, piccolos

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