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Miami Dade County Essay Examples

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Reversing the Aggressiveness in Boys Might Mitigate Future Conflicts
Compared to many other places in the world, the homicide rate for Miami-Dade County is troublingly high. The principal contributors are men. It is known that men are more prone to commit homicides than women. It is not known, though, what makes men so much more aggressive than women. Experts propose various theories, yet no...
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The Main Characteristics of Greater Miami and Its Business
Known as the major international trading hub of the Americas, Greater Miami's business community, people, neighborhoods, schools and architecture all exhibit a cosmopolitan character. The proximity of the Caribbean, Central and South America plus superior seaport and airport capabilities provide this area with a distinct ad...
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The Issue of High Homicide Rate in Miami-Dade County
Compared to many other places in the world, the homicide rate for Miami-Dade County is troublingly high. The principal contributors are men. It is known that men are more prone to commit homicides than women. It is not known, though, what makes men so much more aggressive than women. Experts propose various theories, yet no...
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My Contributions to the Hispanic Community of Miami Dade County
During my whole life of education received it has led me to make many contributions to the Hispanic community of Miami dade county. However, while not yet finishing with my education I do plan on making big contributions to the Hispanic community now and in the future. The Hispanic community has many activities where everyo...
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A Look at Factors Leading to the High Rate of Homicide in Miami-Dade County
Compared to many other places in the world, the homicide rate for Miami-Dade County is troublingly high. The principal contributors are men. It is known that men are more prone to commit homicides than women. It is not known, though, what makes men so much more aggressive than women. Experts propose various theories, yet no...
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An Analysis of the High Homicide Rate for Miami-Dade County
Compared to many other places in the world, the homicide rate for Miami-Dade County is troublingly high. The principal contributors are men. It is known that men are more prone to commit homicides than women. It is not known, though, what makes men so much more aggressive than women. Experts propose various theories, yet no...
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An Introduction to the Hispanic Community in the Miami
During my whole life of education received it has led me to make many contributions to the Hispanic community of Miami dade county. However, while not yet finishing with my education I do plan on making big contributions to the Hispanic community now and in the future. The Hispanic community has many activities where everyo...
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A Description of the Mdcc Track and How You Could Have A Better Health
Mdcc Track And How You Could Have A Better Health
Consider how likely you would be to agree if one offers you the opportunity to better your health and your physique while at the same time getting rid of the everyday stresses. I once read that for college students, minor hassles, rather than major life events tend to mainta...
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A History of the Dupiln County
Duplin County History Duplin County was created from the northern part of New Hanover County by the General Assembly in New Bern on March 17, 1749. At that time the bounds of Duplin County included what was to become Sampson County. The county was named in honor of Sir Thomas Hays, Lord Dupplin, who served on the board...
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An Overview of the Error to the Country Court of Oneida County Case
Lochner v. New York 198 U.S. 45 (1905) "Error to the County Court of Oneida County, State of New York." This case deals with the Fourteenth Amendment where the general right to make a contract in relation to a business is protected. This includes the right to purchase and sell labor, except as controlled...
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An Analysis of the Drastic Changes in the Foster Care in Miami, Florida
Drastic Changes in Miami’s YouthHere in Florida, there are 3,400 children in foster care that would be placed in stable and loving adoptive homes right now if parents came forward, (Simon, 2002). Three thousand four- hundred was the population in 2002; however the population of foster children has drastically increased. T...
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An Analysis of the City of Miami and the Effort for the Architecture by George Hernandez
The City of Miami is headed no-where regarding its future said Ronald Hofsteider, an environmental science professor at the University of Miami. “Though Miami has come a long way in history, the future seems very bleak,” he added. At a symposium held at the University of Miami to discuss the past, present, and future of...
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Hillsborough County
Located on the western side of Florida, Hillsborough County makes up one of the largest Metropolitan areas of the state. With Tampa at its core, it is considered the fourth most populous county in Florida and in conjunction with Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando as well as parts of Sarasota, Manatee, Citrus and Polk county makes up...
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Analysis of the Painting Bucks Country Barn
One word that can be used to describe "Bucks County Barn" is intriguing. This painting cannot be looked at once or twice. It has to be looked upon several times to really absorb all it has to offer. This painting is unlike most paintings because it has quite a few aspects that are non-traditional. The different sh...
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An Introduction and a Brief History of Bexar County
History is the foundation from which current life was built upon. Texas is rich in culture, with many important people, places and events that have occurred over time. The Texas county originated from the municipalities of Mexico, consisting of a council, at least one judge, various aldermen, an attorney, a sheriff and a se...
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Analysis of the Rising on Housing in Orange County and Demand for Section 8
Interests are rising in Orange County on the issue of state and federal housing agencies. There is a big demand for Section 8 housing. There has been discussion of possible plans for housing aid to go to those who qualify. Section 8 is a program that provides rental insurance. It's main objective is to help low-income fa...
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An Overview of the Industries, Economy and Expansions in Greenwood County
Greenwood County keeps growing every year new things are build , like houses , industries and
many other things. Greenwood County has a diversified manufacturing economy some companies
have more than a century , others have only recently selected Greenwood as the location of new
Industries. Greenwood Mills , Inc. , began op...
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An Analysis of an Observation That Takes Place in an Emergency Room in a Rural County Hospital
My observation takes place in an Emergency Room in a rural county hospital. The ER is a thiry-by-forty room with white walls and a dusty rose counter. Beneath the counter there are several cabinets containinf instruments such as wire cutters, bone cutter, skin hooks, knife handles, and needle holders. There are also two boo...
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An Argument on Improving the Living Condition of the Dallas County Correction Facilities
Why Should The Living Conditions At The Dallas County Corrections Facilities Be Improved? In the Dallas County Corrections facilities, there is a bad reputation about how they conduct the living for inmates. Over the years, the problem has gotten worse, and something really needs to be done about this. It’s understand...
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An Evaluation of the Commitment of Almeda County Hospital
People or Profits? In Almeda County, a private hospital turned away a woman in labor because the hospital's computer showed that she didn't have insurance. Hours later, her baby was born dead in a county hospital. In San Bernardino, a hospital surgeon sent a patient who had been stabbed in the heart to a county medical...
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Yoknapatawpha County as Both Mythical and Actual Place by William Faulkner
William Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha County, with Jefferson as its county seat, is both a mythical and actual place. Yoknapatawpha county is 2400 square miles in area and has a population of 15,611 persons. Jefferson has an actual jail, town square, old houses, and Old Frenchman’s Place, even a railroad. Faulkner’s "Yoknap...
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A Report from Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Its Exhibits
Report from Los Angels County Museum of Art “Lady” The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the premier visual arts museum in the Western United States. Its holdings include more than 150,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. Moreover, the museum has seasonal exhibitions, which focus on m...
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The Importance of the State Cross Country Meet
State Cross Country Meet I can still remember the day I ran at the state Cross Country Meet. It was one of the most exciting days of my life. It took place in Round Rock, Texas during my sophomore year in high school. I never forget that day; it is a great experience for anyone to get to go through. It was 11:45 a.m....
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Brevard County's Potential for Tourism Market
Brevard County Tourism D. Grulich 12/8/98 Brevard County is a nice place to visit for the sun, surf, and sand. In addition to the beautiful beaches of Brevard there are other attractions tourists to the area frequent. Such attractions consist of the Kennedy Space Center, Ron Johns Surf Shop, the Astronaut Hall of Fame, t...
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Graduate Student Application to the University of Miami
Since my childhood I am interested in literary and linguistic issues,
more precisely on multilingualism. In fact, I grew up in the French
Guyana. This European outpost in Latin America - almost a paradox to
call it this way - has French as its official language and therefore I
am a native speaker of French. However, there a...
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