Category Life, fear & attitude

Articles about dog fighting 2010

Posted on by TAMEKA H.

Features April 2010 Issue Dog-On-Dog Household AggressionA challenge of having two or more dogs in the same house is the possibility of needing to defuse fights between your dogs. If your dog is suddenly aggressive to your other dog, or attacks other dogs in the house seemingly for no reason, here is how to get your two dogs to get along. By Pat Miller, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA [Updated December 18, 2018]GET YOUR DOGS TO GET ALONG: OVERVIEW1. Manage your dogs' environment so that they don't have the opportunity to antagonize each other.2.

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Hiv vaccine articles

Posted on by DEE D.

At a time when many infectious diseases were being brought or kept under control with global vaccination efforts in the 1990s, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), only identified in 1984, infected millions worldwide. From 1990 to 2014 the number of people living with HIV rose from 8 million to 36.9 million; since the beginning of the HIV/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) epidemic, AIDS has claimed more than 34 million lives.[1]HIV is a major public health concern not only because it can’t yet be prevented by vaccination, but also because those it infects are infected for life with a virus that targets their immune system - making them more prone to other infections.

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Article on clouds

Posted on by YULANDA S.

The following questions were answered by meteorologists Barbara McNaught Watson and Al Peterlin.Q: Why do different clouds form at different heights in the atmosphere? A: The characteristics of clouds are dictated by the elements available, including the amount of water vapor, the temperature at that height, the wind, the interplay of other air masses, mountains, etc. (Al Peterlin)Q: Why do clouds float? A: A cloud forms when air heated by the sun rises like a balloon. As it rises, it slowly cools until it reaches the saturation point and water condenses, forming a cloud.

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Terrorism around the world

Posted on by ANTONETTA B.

More than 12,000 police officers and 1,600 soldiers will be mobilised in Paris over the weekend as huge crowds gather to watch the France-Croatia World Cup final after the traditional Bastille Day military parade and celebrations.With France still on alert over the threat of terrorist attacks, security forces across the country are braced for a weekend of street gatherings, beginning with Saturday’s national holiday commemorating the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789, a turning point in the French Revolution.World Cup 2018: countdown begins to final weekend in Russia – live!For the World Cup final, up to 90,000 supporters are expected to gather in a fan zone under the Eiffel Tower. If France wins, more than a million people are expected to flock to Paris’s most famous avenue, the Champs-Élysées.The Paris police chief, Michel Delpuech, said “a real terrorist threat” existed for such large public gatherings in France. Cars will be banned from a large area of central Paris and underground car parks will be cleared, in part due to the risk of vehicles being used in terrorist attacks.Saturday will mark the two-year anniversary of the Nice truck attack, when a man killed 86 people and injured 450 by driving a lorry into crowds watching Bastille Day fireworks along city’s seafront.Police are also focusing on preventing drunk football fans driving into the area around the Champs-Élysées, endangering the crowd.Hundreds of thousands of people gathered on Champs-Élysées to celebrate France’s semi-final result this week.

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Article 15 constitution indienne

Posted on by RUSSELL B.

Women Empowerment, the most discussed yet least achieved target for any Indian govt. The need to bring Indian women to the mainstream of population was felt long back in the ‘50s, however, even after six decades women in India are not empowered and the need of a new law to empower them is felt almost every now and then.To understand how exception has become the rule in India, let’s see what is written in article 15 of the constitution –ARTICLE 15———————————————————————-Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.—(1) The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them.(2) No citizen shall, on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them, be subject to any disability, liability, restriction or condition with regard to—(a) access to shops, public restaurants, hotels and places of public entertainment; or(b) the use of wells, tanks, bathing ghats, roads and places of public resort maintained wholly or partly out of State funds or dedicated to the use of the general public.———————————————————————So this article of our constitution says that the state will consider everyone equal in terms of their access to any public property or wealth. The reason this article was brought in was that in the ‘50s our India had a great issue of untouchability.

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Shakespeare kill all the lawyers quote

Posted on by ALAYNA T.

"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers" - it's a lawyer joke Seth Finkelstein [email protected] Few people are unfamiliar with the phrase The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyer. Rueful, mocking, it often expresses the ordinary person's frustration with the arcana and complexity of law. Sometimes it's known known that the saying comes from one of Shakespeare's plays, but usually there's little awareness beyond that.

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Closing sentence cover letter examples

Posted on by MILAGRO L.

A great cover letter closing allows you to sign off with grace and professionalism. It’s one final opportunity to express genuine interest in the job and highlight how you can positively impact the company.

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Unjust news articles

Posted on by JESSENIA S.

"How does one determine when a law is just or unjust. A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law, or the law of God.

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Cover letter for entry level warehouse job

Posted on by DEVORA S.

Logistics Assistant Cover LetterLogistics Assistants are usually found in a company’s warehouse and make sure products are placed in time and efficiently. Examples of Logistics Assistant duties include receiving shipments, maintaining accurate inventories, ensuring a timely delivery of goods, maintaining filing systems, eliminating damaged items, reconciling hand receipts, monitoring payments, answering to customer inquiries, collaborating with warehouse staff, liaising with logistics service providers, and reporting to managers.Job requirements usually seen on a Logistics Assistant cover letter include:Supply chain management knowledgeOrganization and planningAttention to details and accuracyComputer competencesTeamworkTime managementMultitaskingBeing able to work under pressureProblem solving abilitiesReporting skillsThose interested in a Logistics Assistant position can check comparable skills and qualifications in the cover letter sample provided just below.For help with your resume, check out our extensive Logistics Assistant Resume Samples.Dear Mr. Willman:With the enclosed resume, I would like to express my sincere interest in the Logistics Assistant position you have available.

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Examples of a personal statement on a cv

Posted on by HOLLI C.

By:Sobhan Mohmand, Editorial manager       Last updated: 19 Oct 2018What is a CV personal profile?A personal profile, also known as a CV summary, is the opening statement of your CV. It is a short introduction which outlines your personal characteristics, telling the prospective employer what kind of a person you are, the attributes and qualities that you possess and the work experience that you have.How to write a CV profile statement from scratchWhen writing your personal profile, ensure it is:Short (no more than 6 lines);Relevant to the job you are applying for, and;Contains some real-world examples.Be bold, be confident and talk about yourself in a positive way.Your personal profile is not the place to be humble; it is your chance to be noticed and tell the potential employer exactly who you ‘really’ are and what you can do for them. Warning: Do not go ‘over the top’ and give the impression that you are either very arrogant or simply too good to be true.

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