It does look like we are not doing anything about plagiarism in the case of Principal Jackson. I agree with you and think it's embarrassing.
Mahaa, the answer, straight from the source:
I recommend the thickness to be 1/2-inch for cutting. The dimensions do not matter if the thickness is correct.
They were ranked no. 3 when the column was written.
And looks like if sex is going on their mojo is covered!
McCrory is a deranged asshole. anyone associated with him is an idiot. Do you want a nation of people given opportunities or crushed by hate and fear? well if you choose fear and hate...vote McCrory. If you want to develop a healthy community, tell him to go to hell.
CityFox--I agree! The actions of Pope and the gov. (I don't respect him enough to use his name---because he has lied to everyone almost every time he is in front of a microphone!)--means a lack of morals for both and this also causes many of us to look at the NC Legislature and wonder about those folks too! When our government feels that all efforts should be extended to corporations and that every regulatory department should extend "special care" to these "customers" and that they should be made happy, happy, happy. To hell with what harm polluting industries does to human health, the reduced IQ of children, the damages done to future generations, and the destruction of our ecosystem! This administration is committed to only one thing: Corporate Customers and the folks who paid their way into office. The citizens of NC can go to hell in a hand basket on an airplane for all they care!
Kentucky is not ranked # 3. They ranked #11.
Why in god's name would anyone buy from Rose's or any store owned by someone who hates his customers. Art Pope uses his profits to hurt women, the poor, the elderly. He supports right-wing groups that want to take away hard earned freedoms.
And, how can Pope, with his obvious political agenda, be allowed to hold a job as NCs budget director? Pope is a menace who pulls the strings of the puppet governor, McCrory. They all need to be kicked out of office in 2014 then tarred and feathered.
The fact is Carolina North is stalled. Swamp gas will be delivered. Electricity and optical fiber are going in the j conduit.
The abandoned airport property is well located and would fit for modular building easily with minimum investments. Shipping container living and working spaces can be put together for under 20 grand.
Frankly I'd ask IKEA to come in and hire because of their progress and international distribution that would insure work and expansion of employment in the building sector.
Tranditional building techniques are 30 percent waste. Only modular building techniques will keep ahead of demand.
Practical programmer: This appears on the editor's blog (not on Page 1), which documents the streets of the Triangle primarily through photographs. Somtimes the subject matter is serious, such as the portrait of the homeless man from last month; sometimes it's artful, such as the hanging of the holiday wreath at American Tobacco, and sometimes the content is light-hearted, such as this one.
We need some levity and humor in this world. We don't really think sex is happening in the Museum Hotel, at least not yet.
One thing that is unclear in the instructions. Approximately what dimensions should the dough be after the multiple folding process when the dough is cut into biscuits? Approximately what thickness?
Is there no oversight at about what is published? This is hardly a "page 1" story. Nothing but innuendo without any substance at all.
Pope's request is ridiculous. It's a scavenger hunt, and goes well beyond reason.
Can we make a statement about Plagiarism in our district please? The work of "Chapel Hill High School principal Sulura Jackson" is now part of a marketing blog for a anti-plagiarism product (http://en.writecheck.com/blog/2013/12/4/plagiarism-allegations-phd-student-and-principal).
They write, "When word arrives that a principal has been passing off the words of others as her own, it sets a terrible example for students and raises questions about why plagiarism is wrong, especially when someone such as the principal can do it and get away with it. It seems unfair to punish students for something that their educators are excused from."
Very admirable, trying to hurt someone's business because you have a political disagreement with them. How do these people look themselves in the mirror??
Why are Progressives so self-righteous and why does the INDY enable them?? As Cromwell's rules states it, "I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ, think it possible that you may be mistaken." This is the humility Progressives lack.
Contributors to the book include Bull City Burger and Brewery and Fullsteam. We're offering free Pork-and-Porter hand pies to anyone who orders a book tonight. Many thanks to Phoebe of Scratch for helping make the pies!
According to Forbes most recent list of the 400 wealthiest Americans, the wealth of the super-rich has grown during the last year. Meanwhile, as the wealthy get wealthier, the middle class continues to reduce in size, widening yet more the gap between the rich and the poor. For more information, take a peek at https://personalmoneynetwork.com/cash-advance
According to the Public Schools of North Carolina web site, "Plagiarism is illegal in the state of North Carolina according to General Statute § 14-118.2."
The music schedule at Roberts is different for this month. Jim Crisp only played this past Wednesday and will unfortunatly not be playing the rest of the month due to a holiday party, basketball, and then christmas all falling on Wednesdays. Brevan Hampden & Friends have not played here for some time. On Friday the 13th and 20th we will feature JT Parrothead (Acoustic Guitar and Singing) and on Saturday the 14th we will feature Alex Thompson (Solo Piano)
Thanks, Onja, we've created a new event:
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