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    Decay All living things must decay to balance the global amount of carbon. Decay can take many years to be completed. Some decay more rapidly than others. For instance, Robinia Pseudoacacia, or Black Locust, has a slower decay rate than coniferous. These both also differ from the decay of human bodies. There are also some less substantial things that can decay as well, but are not needed for balance. All softwoods come from coniferous trees. They grow faster than hardwood trees, and are easier

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    As I was tramping through the my forest in the midst of fall I wandered away from my normal route into thicker undergrowth. Suddenly I stumbled right into a clearing of lush moss with a towering old oak right in the middle and a small crevice running around it, and marvelous view of the sunrise. The place I had, by chance, wandered into was simply beautiful. So for this I named it Great Tree, the greatest place in my forest. My forest is a small three acre plot of beautiful woodland with a variety

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    Pine Tree Case Summary

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    Problem Statement Pine Tree’s Acquisition took an unsurprisingly approach, which stifled Erin Costa’s abilities to forecast their proprietorship with their newly acquired organic chain operations. Pine Tree’s bureaucratic control, interconnect both Pine Tree’s and Organic’s Food operations to assemble through the newly acquisition operations to facilitate their inabilities to operate within an effective management control/performance cycle(s). Analysis and Evaluation Ms. Costa, during my recent

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    KISS Monster Mini Golf I went here because I was looking for something to do on a hot day, and I knew that this place was indoors with air conditioning. It is located in what I would call a strip mall or shopping plaza, taking up several suites on single floor building. As a big fan of traditional miniature golf courses, I can tell right now that this is not what this miniature golf course is. By traditional miniature golf, I mean the big outdoor courses with castles and windmills. We used to

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    As a former resident of Pine Mountain Club for over 20 years and regular visitor to Camp Scheideck for over 30, I think that its wrong that the U.S. Forest Service has decided to whore out this beautiful place. The fact that this was a once a fee free, and first come – first serve campground were some of the facts that made this place so special. This is what set this place aside from the other over cluttered and over priced campgrounds throughout this state. This hide away was one of the few places

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    Pine Trees of Georgia

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    There are pine trees just about everywhere in Georgia. Pine trees have always been important resources to people in North America. Native Americans used pine trees as treatments for respiratory conditions and to build items such as canoes or buildings. Today, pine trees are one the most important timber sources in North America. Pine trees belong to a group of trees known as the conifers, meaning the trees have cones and needle-like or scale-like leaves. There are about seven very common types of

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    The Chase The sound of her alarm ringing in her ear was what woke her up so suddenly that morning. Emma knew that these next two days were going to be interesting. She was going to go camping with a group of three of her friends in the wilderness. Emma had golden hair which reminded people of the sun beaming on a hot summer day. Her eyes were blue like the ocean and her skin was pale like sand. As she was getting ready she could hear the thumping of her father's footsteps as he was climbing up the

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    My Marin A Short Story

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    If I turn my head to the left, I can look out and see Mt Baker through the masts of the sailboats here in the Marina. The view changes daily depending on the weather. Right now the peaks on Mt Baker are cold and sharp, covered in snow. I can gauge the wind just by looking at the flagpoles and the compass I placed on my desk letting me know which way is up. I am constantly confused as to which direction I am facing, confusion which increases with my age. I always took pride in my memory, being able

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    In a winter morning bottle lake forest is an alluring place to be in. Thin rays of sun infiltrate the atmosphere and kisses down on the ground. Gradually ablating the frozen puddles. A heavy dew had fallen. The frozen dew makes the wild berry bushes angle to the ground, worshipping mother nature. The winter chill is clinging on to the air. Stinging the face of runners and cyclists, as they come back from an exacting training session with dew like sweat covering their face. Traversing through the

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    Trover Legal Case

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    Facts: This case concerns trover, an action at common law to recover the value of personal property which was disposed of improperly by another. It concerns the market value of 242 cords of timber, which was harvested from public land given to an Indian reservation. The timber was cut when those that cut the timber knew it was Indian property on Indian land. The timber was sold by defendant in another town to an awaiting purchaser for value. History: Affirmed. Issue: Is the defendant’s liability

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