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    The Abaco Barb horse came from Europe, and Spain. They lived on the island of Abaco in the Bahamas back to the time of the Spanish explorers. The villagers killed all the horse but three who were taken to a safe place, and reproduced themselves. The Akhal Teke horse originally came from Central Asia, and Turkmenistan. They say that the Akhal Take is at least 3,000 years old. The horses thrived where food was scarce, and the weather fluctuated from extreme heat, to bitter cold. The American

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    Percherons and Quarter horses have many similarities and differences. The physical features of the Quarter horse and the Percheron contrast drastically. Both breeds of horses have many similar jobs and a few different jobs. The weight, height and life expectancy of the Percheron versus the Quarter horse vary. While Quarter horses come in many colors, Percherons come in a few colors, and each breed also has a different blood type, or in other words, temperament. Both Percherons and Quarter horses

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    Percherons and Quarter horses have copious similarities and differences. The physical features of the Quarter horse and the Percheron contrast dramatically. Both breeds of horses have several similar jobs and a few different jobs. The weight, height and life expectancy of the Percheron versus the Quarter horse vary. While Quarter horses come in bounteous colors, Percherons come in a several eye-catching colors, and each breed also has a different blood type, or in other words, temperament. Both Percherons

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    Barb-Assessment Barb Cratzville is the very passive and insecure wife of Tom Cratzville who struggles with balancing her roles as a mother and a wife. As a person, Barb is lost in her life and seems to have a hard time seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. She tolerates her husband's behavior even though she knows that he could potentially harm their entire family. Barb-Traditional-Kohlberg Barb is largely influenced by her husband’s behavior and easily gives into peer pressure. Based

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    Barb: A Summary

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    Barb: Some of the key concepts I learned this week were dramaturgy and ethnomethodology. Pg 115 Dramaturgy is a term used to “mean that social life is like a drama or stage play” (Henslin, 2014). Ethnomethodology is a term used to define “how people use commonsense understandings to make sense of life” (Henslin, 2014). Common sense understanding would be their “understanding of how the world operates and of how people out to act” (Henslin, 2014). I observe dramaturgy all the time. When in

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    the same story. When my dad came over from India, he filled out the paperwork backwards and put Kannan as his last name and Sankaran as his first; the correct way to do it in India. When my parents got married, my mom did not want to be named Barb Kannan or Barb Sankaran for that matter. So my parents did some brainstorming. They mixed my mom’s maiden name, Lutz, and Sankaran, my dad’s first/last name; and voilà, Stanz was born. Explaining this story over and over I can’t help but think, do last names

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    The “Barb” case is a great instance of a flawless work “performance,” when a simple act is tuned to a memorable experience for every customer. First, Bard was able to acquire all information possible from the only available source she had on her hands - a student meal cards; by having that little data she managed to turn a few seconds interaction into a very personalized experience for every student. Secondly, she was able to turn a uniform “experience,” every student unavoidably encounters while

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    “There is no way that Dad was recreating the Bet On It scene from High School Musical 2 last night. He hates that movie” Barb said as she continued to gather the eggs from the chicken koop. Judy, who was feeding the chickens said, “It’s true I swear” Barb turned around, clothes covered in feathers, and brushed off her shirt, “No way I won't believe it until I hear it from the horse's mouth” She didn’t think that Judy would be up late enough to see that and Judy probably wasn’t even telling the truth

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    Only Drunks Essay

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    Blinding Anger - Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth In the play, “Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth” by Drew Hayden Taylor, the story of two sisters, Barb and Janice is told. They had not met each other for the first time until Janice had turned 35 and had returned for her first visit. The two are basically strangers and their relationship consists of nothing but anger. The development in their relationship seems to be impossible with the two who are unable to understand each other

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    named Barb who is 65 years old. This woman is about 6’0 in height and has a slender body type. Also, she has thick curly brown hair and wears glasses. Barb comes from a fully German background because both of her parents originally immigrated to the United States from Germany. Barb has 4 children which consist of two sons and two daughters. Also, Barb has 15 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Barb is currently married and she has been married to her husband for 49 years. Furthermore, Barb currently

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