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The Start Of The Amusement Park Part 2

(Make sure that you’ve read part one before reading this post.)

To go along with the gardens was the concept of the ‘World’s Fair’.  These fairs(also referred to as expos) are public exhibits that allow countries from anywhere in the world to show off any kind of designs or projects that they’ve created.   242 more words

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The Start Of The Amusement Park Part 1

Even though the initial aspect of the fairs were gone(which was the shopping aspect), people were still interested in the ‘entertainment’ aspect of what the fairs would offer during the second half of their runs.   157 more words

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Introduction

Welcome!  For this project, I want to take a brief look at how amusement park rides have grown over the course of time.  From there, I hope to have a better understanding of how the parks have grown and why the thrilling rides of today got to where they are now.   218 more words

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Sources of Greek Mythology

Greek mythology is known today primarily from Greek literature and representations on visual media dating from the Geometric period from c. 900–800 BC onward. In fact, literary and archaeological sources integrate, sometimes mutually supportive and sometimes in conflict; however, in many cases, the existence of this corpus of data is a strong indication that many elements of Greek mythology have strong factual and historical roots. (Source)

Greek Mythology

What Greek Mythology Is

Greek mythology is the body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. 58 more words

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LOYO 2015

From this point until mentioned, all posts about LOYO are for the 2014-2015 School Year for any LOYO based posts.  With that out of the way, I can now get the basics for my LOYO down.   54 more words

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LOYO students study substance abuse by attending community support-group meetings

By Jayden Simelda-Longe & Keile Kropf, editors

Taking a different approach to learning about drugs and alcohol, Living on Your Own teacher Nancie Halfmann suggested that students attend meetings in the community to learn about the issues of dealing with addictions. 275 more words

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