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  • Persuasive Speech On Flip-Flops

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    class to stop wearing flip-flops Central Idea: People should not wear flip-flops because there are risks of injury, infection, and they cross fashion boundaries. I. Introduction A. They say you should always put your best foot forward. But what if that foot is not the best it could be? B. Today I am here to persuade you to ditch your flip-flops. C. After researching the many perils of wearing flip-flops, I have learned that there are more disadvantages than benefits to wearing flip-flops. D. Today I

  • Short Story

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    because of one flip. While I had this boot on for about the first week or two I was having some trouble getting used to it because I was supposed to wear it anytime I wanted to walk and I just wasnt used to it. After about two weekes I had no no trouble with it and to be completely honest it was kinda comfortable because of al the padding that was inside it was like stepping on a soft pillow all day. Finally it was a rough final half to my summer to say the least. Because of that one flip I couldnt

  • Poison Pill

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    POISON PILL STRATEGIES Poison pill strategies are defensive tactics that allow companies to thwart hostile takeover bids from other companies. Many companies may find themselves unprepared when facing such bids. By adopting a poison pill strategy, a company can be somewhat reassured that acquiring companies will approach its board of directors, not the shareholders. Poison pill strategies are also known as shareholders' protection rights plans. HISTORY During the late 1950s and early 1960s, several

  • My Favorite Holiday Is Christmas

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    In my birth story there is nothing really to it unless you count me just being born. I asked my mom, but, she said nothing really happened. But, one thing that she said was that she was craving some foods like burgers and red cream soda and some other stuff. But after months and months I was delivered at Good Samaritan Hospital and weighed 7lbs 12.8oz. She always had a name in mind for me, and it was Jackson because, she loved the name and it meant God has been Gracious. Do you know your favorite

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    doing a front flip. She has never landed one, but I have faith that she will soon. I close my eyes and start to doze off when I hear a scream. My motherly instincts immediately flow through my blood and I burst up. Is Autumn okay? Is Jim okay? I start sprinting down the dock by the trampoline. I almost fall in the water as I halt to a stop. “What happened!” I yell nervously.” Is Autumn hurt?” My husband looks at me in confusion. “What do you mean? Autumn just landed her front flip!” My husband announced

  • The Night - Original Writing

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    I woke up and did what I do every morning at the lake- look out the window to see how windy it is out. This morning there was no wind so I jumped out of bed and went outside. I ran to the dock and looked out at the water. The sun was shining down already producing heat. The water was still, there was no noise and most people were still sleeping. My brother came and joined my on the dock admiring the water as well. “You ready to go?” Tanner asked. “Definitely,” I replied. We went back in the house

  • Christmas : My Birth Story

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    In my birth story, there is nothing really to it unless you count me just being born. I asked my mom, but, she said nothing really happened. But, one thing that she said was that she was craving some foods like burgers and red cream soda and some other stuff. But after months and months, I was delivered at Good Samaritan Hospital and weighed 7lbs 12.8oz. She always had a name in mind for me, and it was Jackson because she loved the name and it meant God has been Gracious. Do you know your favorite

  • Case Analysis: Unilever And Kraft Heinz

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    “AOL and Time Warner, Sanofi-Aventis and Genzyme Corp, and Nasdaq OMX/Intercontinental Exchange and NYSE Euronext”. Do these corporations ring a bell? They are, in order, the top three most hostile takeovers of all time. The question that recently arose in the corporate governance industry was whether Unilever and Kraft Heinz would be added to the list of hostile takeovers. With the approval of their key investors, Warren Buffet and Jorge Lemann, the in 2015 formed merger company Kraft Heinz offered

  • Nandy

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    Poison Pill Use in the Banking Industry Introduction The 1980s was an era of expansive mergers and acquisitions fueled by the popularity of corporate raids. Although this drastically changed the landscape ofmany industries, the banking industry was relatively untouched. Commercial banks were protected from hostile takeovers by federal regulations. The McFadden Act of 1927 and the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 supported the existence

  • Personal Narrative: My First Snowboarding Trip As A Family

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    My family and I are taking our first snowboarding trip as a family. I’ve only snowboarded once, where my two brothers, Juan and Rico, have snowboarded multiple times. So have my Mom and Dad, but my sister, Smella, is a first-timer. When we get there, the first thing we do is unpack in the lodge. The rest is a blur of changing, getting our snowboarding gear on, eating, and paying. Finally, we slow down enough to look at the map. I saw an overview of the slopes and was amazed! The smallest slope was

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