Preventing Auto Theft

Auto theft has become a serious and very prevalent problem both locally and internationally, consequently, preventing auto theft is of high priority to all vehicle owners because losing a vehicle due to theft carries with it heavy cost and psychological implications not to mention the interference with the normal life routines. The research will seek to explore the strategies...
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Eminem

Eminem, One of the best rappers a live. Marshall Matther the third is arguably one of the best rappers all time. He is only 38, he was born October 17, 1972. He had many big hits in 2010. Like Not afraid, No love, Cinderella man, and love the way you lie. Eminem keeps getting more and more popular. He keeps making more songs and he has been sponsoring many commercials. Emin...
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Same Love

“I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.” –Frederick Douglass Under harsh conditions and privations, slaves lived their tough lives not being able to express themselves to others or their unbarring owners. Constantly being perniciously whipped and treated unfairly, as if t...
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Financial Development and Economic Growth

Given the remarkable improvements in the stock market and banking industry in the last few years in Jordan, the article reviews whether financial development and market development have a barbering on economic growth. This is after a number of attempts that have been made to study the role that the financial sector plays in economic growth. The issue has raised heated debates...
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The Mughal Empire

The Mughal Empire was an empire that took over the Indian region. They were one of three major empires during that time besides Safavid Persia and Ming/Qing China. They began in 1526 and became powerful and thrived for about three centuries. The Mughal Empire began in 1526 and ended in 1858. The person who started the empire was Zahir ud-din Muhammad Babur or just Babur for s...
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The Giver

In the book The Giver the community sometime in the future where Jonas is living they do not have some things that are a major part of our everyday life. Those things are pain and individuality. Without those things it is very hard to be a complete human being. In The Giver the only time Jonas has ever felt pain is when the giver has given him memories. An example of this is...
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Primary Source Investigation

Slavery has a long history in the United States. In fact, the foundation of slavery in America can be traced back to the 17th century when the European settlers in the northern parts of America began to ship in African slaves to provide cheap labor as opposed to employing poor European servants. The first group of slaves arrived in America in 1619 when a Dutch ship delivered ...
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Just Takes Once

Doing drugs and drinking alcohol is as bad as going skydiving without a parachute. Who would want to do that? It is deadly and definitely something to regret. “Every eight seconds, someone dies from tobacco use,” (Martin, 1). Getting into drugs and alcohol doesn’t only hurt the one doing the acts; it hurts other people as well. “More than 4,000 toxic or carcinogenic chemicals...
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Financial Independence and Debt

The term “financial independence” is usually used to describe the condition, in which an individual has a sufficient personal wealth that enables him or her live without a need to work actively in order to meet basic needs in an indefinite period. It means that, for a person to achieve financial independence, one’s assets should generate more income than expenses. An asset is...
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Creativity and Education

Creativity is now the engine of life success, yet our schools fail to cultivate it. It is also the most advanced form of intelligence, yet our schools completely ignore it. However, we are ignoring it at our peril. A recent IBM poll of 1,500 CEOs identified creativity as the No. 1 “leadership competency” of the future, and the future is now. Already, our college graduates are...
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