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  • Supplemental Childcare Program - 1,486 words
    Supplemental Childcare Program Families' reliance on childcare has risen significantly over the past 30 years. In 1993, 9.9 million children under age 5, needed care while their mothers worked (Bureau of the Census, 1995). More than two-thirds of all infants receive nonparental child care during their first year of life, with most enrolled for about 30 hours each week (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 1995). There are many different programs in the United States that provide extended day childcare for working parents. Programs such as the 6 to 6, YMCA, etc are available in the morning before school and in the evening after school. Although these programs provide pare ...
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  • The Bermuda Triangle - 1,127 words
    The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle On a bright, clear June day a plane, passing through what is called the Bermuda Triangle, sends a SOS signal to the tower. Suddenly, the radio contact suffers a break, the plane never makes contact again. One can only imagine what happened to those people aboard the aircraft, many may say that the disappearance concerned UFOs, while others say that it had to be a mistake. Yet, there appears to be another explanation, they were victims of the Devils Triangle. It was described as a place where ships sail off the end of the earth, where planes climb up into the sky never to come down again, and where sailors and airmen disappear forever.(Winer xiii) Eve ...
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  • The Bermuda Triangle - 1,104 words
    ... rt plane carrying thirty-three passengers and crew of six en route to Jamaica...Two weeks of intensive searching revealed no clue as to the fate of the plane or victims (Winer 39). In the area of the triangle more and more planes and ships disappear each year. If there were nothing mysterious out there then why are the above accounts mysteries instead of solved cases. The subject of this area will be for many more years on of the main topics of conversation in waterfront cafes and casinos of the Caribbean. What could be the cause of so many disappearances within the triangle, what devours planes and ships and leaves no trace of evidence? Over the years many theories have accumulated. The ...
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  • There Are Two Main Reasons Why The Neoassyrian Empire Became So Powerful Between 934 610 Bc First, Through This Era, The Powe - 1,924 words
    There are two main reasons why the Neo-Assyrian Empire became so powerful between 934 610 B.C. First, through this era, the power of Assyria was largely dependant on the success of its army (Saggs, 1962). Winer (1961) states that the Assyrian military perfected the art of war. During this time period, some 180 punitive expeditions or campaigns were launched against foreign foes, rebellious vassals or other anti-Assyrian groups (Olmstead, 1923). Second, the Assyrians developed an efficient and effective administrative system with which to maintain, supply and expand their empire. In Assyria, warfare was a way of life (Saggs, 1962) and its government was run as a military state (Winer, 1961). ...
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