By Jennifer Blizin Gillis
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Chellie loves the large eco-friendly turtles of their mystery pool at the island the place she lives. Every day, whilst the tide is true, she is going to be along with her turtle kinfolk, and while she learns their medical identify, Chelonia, she comes to a decision to name herself Chelonia eco-friendly. sooner or later she is devastated to discover Caretta, the one loggerhead turtle within the pool, choked to dying on discarded fishing line.
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He broke the record for the most home runs in a season in 1998. Yet, since his retirement from the game, it has come to light that he—and many of his fellow baseball THE MITCHELL REPORT ON DOPING IN SPORTS n December 13, 2007, former senator George Mitchell released a 409-page report that summed up the results of his 20-month-long investigation into the use of steroids and other illegal substances by Major League Baseball players. The report named 89 ballplayers who were found to have used illegal substances, including human growth hormone.
Or, if you work with another student on a project and your teacher praises you for something the other person did, you make sure to give credit where it is due. TRUSTWORTHINESS Being trustworthy means that people can depend on you to do what you are supposed to do. Your parents can trust you to be home by curfew, your teachers can rely on you to be 31 32 BEING FAIR AND HONEST on time for class (and to show up for class, period), and your friends know that you will be there for them to talk to and will show up when you have agreed to go somewhere.
THE TREATMENT OF NATIVE AMERICANS Like the Africans, Native Americans found themselves facing unfair treatment after they first encountered European colonists in the sixteenth century and beyond. From the time white people began to settle in America, they forced the natives off their traditional lands, signed treaties of peace and protection that they quickly violated or ignored, or captured and enslaved the natives. The superiority of European weapons, along with the diseases to which Native Americans had no immunity, killed Native Americans in huge numbers and enabled the Europeans to subdue them.
Aquariums (Field Trips) by Jennifer Blizin Gillis