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There are thousands of Main Streets in the United States. With previous years of their decline there has been a movement to revitalize the Main Streets. Starting in the late 70’s Main Street Programs were starting as an idea. Their goal was to help improve Main Streets and make them rise to the potential they once had. By the 80’s they had created the National Main Street Center and begun by getting states onboard with the idea and by 1990’s 31 states had joined the program. Main Street’s have now become

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Christian/secular, age of group, target audience, etc.) 150, Lahaye Event Space, Christian Conference, College and young adult, Student Pastors. In your opinion, what was the main point? If I can do youth ministry well and faithfully, God will be able to use me to do anything How did the speaker do in conveying the main point? He did well, through tying his points to a personal story which helped keep the audience captured. Was the message relevant? Explain your answer. Yes, the room was filed

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straightforward descriptive text 1. The title of this text is “My beautiful dog”. 2. The main topic of the first paragraph is the writer has a beautiful dog. The dog is sweet, cute and very lovely. When the dog was puppy he is like little kitten because he doesn’t like taking bath. His size is medium, black and while like a cartoon cow. The dog has two pieces of sky blue eyes and bright like clean glasses. 3. The main topic of the second paragraph is the dog named Lobo because he is like a real wolf but

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independent variables. Factorial combinations involve pairing each level of one independent variable with each level of a second independent variable. Factorial combinations make it possible to determine the effect of each independent variable alone (main effect) and the effect of the independent variables in combination (interaction effect). The simplest possible experiment involves one independent variable manipulated at two levels. Similarly, the simplest possible factorial design involves two

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Bryan Gaensler is an Australian born astronomer who is currently leading a team of Australia’s best astronomers in the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO). His main field of study is cosmic magnetism which also encompasses the study of supernova remnants. Because magnetic fields are not visible to the naked eye or regular telescopes, Gaensler’s team must use radio telescopes to view the polarised radiation being emitted. By using radio telescopes to view the fields, they are

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it may not be what they want the viewer to see. In most forms of media today there is a main point that the viewer is observing. 2-D perspective video creators are able to change perspectives of how the viewer sees the media, but with 360 degrees the viewer may not see it in the same way the original creator intended. The viewer may even miss main points entirely because they were looking around and the main point of a video was behind them. On top of this the viewer may not even be able to watch

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ship is a battle cruiser. Amongst other things it has 2 radio rooms, 4 boiler rooms, and an airplane hangar. Towards the middle of the book the setting is the Pacific Ocean. The oceans waters are full of sharks and debris from the sunken ship. The main characters

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center. There are trillions of stars in our universe and all are distinctive and extraordinary. Their mass, color, shape makes them all distinctive but mass is the only thing that makes them unique. There are numerous phases of stars life including main sequence stars, red giants, white dwarfs, neutron stars, and dark holes. All stars additionally have a lot of varieties in each one phase of life. The life of a star starts in a cloud, an incredible gathering of gas and dust. When enough mass has aggregated

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because its location is set by the skill of light to spontaneously escape from it. Thence, the protostar begins to become more opaque, less luminous, and as an outcome the radiation of light decreases. It takes a long time for the star to reach its main sequence because the decreasing luminosity and the increasing thermal energy cause the rate of shrinkage to slow dramatically. Therefore, the protostar begins its brief life as a charismatic star that diminishes in lustre on a timescale of hundreds

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central temperature, and surface temperature increase; then it is a main sequence star where pressure and gravity are balanced and nuclear energy is being generated in the core. It takes forty to fifty million years for a star to reach this stage. The Sun is a main sequence star (McMillan, 2011). Stars spend approximately eighty percent of their lives on the main sequence before evolving into something else. A star leaves the Main Sequence when it has exhausted most of the hydrogen in its core

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