City Life

  • Small City of Big City

    Some people believe that living in a big city has more advantages than living in the country side while others think differently. For me, I prefer living in a big city. Living in a quiet country side has several advantages. People benefit from clear air, tranquil atmosphere, less traffic and beautiful scene. In addition, people who live in small towns look out each other. This makes them feel secure. Moreover, crime rates are much less than big cities. People are comfortable leaving their

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  • I Cities

    the i-cities block   International cities Creating value and competitiveness for international cities NYC case ICT and connectivity Greta Nasi Bocconi University p. 2       An urban world Globalization and the knowledge economy have repositioned cities as drivers of national economies 2025: 75% of the world population will live in cities 2025: 17 of the world’s 25 largest cities will be in coastal regions in Asia 1925:25% of the world population will live in cities Greta

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  • Living for the City

    Living for the city "Living for the city" is a song written and produced by the multitalented musician Stevie Wonder. The song was released in 1973 and it is about racism and poverty, which many people are still suffering from. The song was and still is appreciated by many people and Wonder wants people to wake up and understand the importance of these issues. The song specifically apprizes a boy growing up in Mississippi. His parents work hard and encourage him to do well in school, despite the

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  • Life in a City

    Life in a city has a number of advantages. People are drifting from villages to cities as city life offers many facilities. In summer, we have electricity and water coolers at our disposal. We have ice and cold drinks in a large variety. In winter we have electric heaters to make us warm. There are schools and colleges of all types-arts, science, technical-where we can send our children and get them educated. There are theatres and cinemas for our recreation. There are gardens and parks for roaming

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  • Great Life of American Cities Jane Jocobs

    In The Death and Life of Great American Cities Jane Jacobs is concerned with the problems of city planning and the strategy that planners followed in the year of 1961. Jacobs provides a good analysis of what contributes to the success of neighborhoods by looking at city streets and sidewalks, parks and neighborhoods. She explained that the street is the essential public space of a city providing safety and also allows for a healthy level of informal human contact, balancing between the need for privacy

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  • City of Men

    Directions: Respond to the following questions 1-5 as you watch the episode of “City of Men.” Question #6 should be answered after watching the episode. This worksheet should be brought to discussion section on Friday. Please answer all questions, including question #6, directly on this worksheet. 1. In what ways is Rio presented as a city of contrasts? Rio is the city with sewers and without sewers- asphalt and made out of dirt. There are wealthy parts and there are slumps. 2. What

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  • Mexico City

    Mexico City The short story Mexico City from 1950 was written by Ray Bradbury. The original name for this story was The Window. It was later named Mexico City and Calling Mexico. All three names make sense considering what the story is about. This short story is about an elderly man, Colonel Freeleigh, who lives at home alone. He has a nurse visit him because he is ill. He never goes out and experiences things. He has not been out for ten years. The only excitement in his life is the phone in

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  • Image of the City

    IMAGE OF THE CITY KEVIN LYNCH Lynch influenced the field of city planning through his work on the theory of city form, and studies relating to human perceptions of the city y y , g p p y on the perception of the city environment and its consequences for city design. Lynch says "Looking at cities can give a special pleasure, however y y g g p p , commonplace the sight may be. Like a piece of architecture, the city is a construction in space, but of a vast scale, . . . perceived only in the

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  • Life Style of Dhaka City

    growing city. It already has a population of 15m, and an extra 400,000 people move there every year. This is the city where people from various places from Bangladesh come to make their career, fulfill their desire, and make their dreams come true .For this reason the members of Dhaka society are facing several challenges and the life style of all peoples of Dhaka city become very hard and challenging. The intent of the proposed study is to learn about life style

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  • City Life for Immigrants 1900-1950

    City Life for Immigrants 1900-1950 Aditya Thapliyal GGSIP University Abstract Since the turn of the 20th century and over the next few decades, over 15 Million immigrants landed at United States. This number was as much as the total immigrants which arrived in 40 years prior to that. Most of the immigrants were coming from different countries compared to the immigrants from past few years and most of the new immigrants came from Non-English speaking countries like Russia, Poland and Italy

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  • City of God

    Fernando Meirelles’ City of God transcends the typical gangster film dynamic. All of the gangsters, or “hoods” as they are referred to in this film, are no older than late teens or early twenties. Seen through the eyes of a young teenager attempting to become a photographer in the hoods of Rio de Janeiro, the film concentrates on the emergence, rise, war, and collapse of the infamous hood Li’l Zé. For the majority of the film Li’l Zé stands as the smartest and most powerful hood in the slums.

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  • City Life for Immigrants 1900-1950

    City Life for Immigrants 1900-1950 City Life for Immigrants 1900-1950 Aditya Thapliyal GGSIP University Abstract Since the turn of the 20th century and over the next few decades, over 15 Million immigrants landed at United States. This number was as much as the total immigrants which arrived in 40 years prior to that. Most of the immigrants were coming from different countries compared to the immigrants from past few years and most of the new immigrants came from Non-English speaking countries

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  • City or Beach

    a beautiful city surrounded by tall skyscrapers soaring into the clouds and the beautiful Statue of Liberty standing still on the water. You walk down the street passing hundreds of little shops and restaurants; all the while you are taken aback by the breathtaking beauty of the city that you are gazing upon. Now, picture lying on the beach while listening to the ocean waves. The air is crisp and the smell of saltwater is bitter sweet. The locations being described are New York City and Long Branch

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  • A Dangerous in City

    Bangkok Dangerous Zone Bangkok is a capital city of Thailand and very famous city for tourists all around the world. More than ten million tourists from many places around the world spend a lot of their time and money in Bangkok each year. However, there are many negative articles from tourists who used to visit Bangkok. They were complained about the security in their life, pollution in Bangkok, and protest. As a Thai citizen, I agree with them because I am the one who faced with those problems

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  • The City of God

    Augustine “City Of God” pg 59- Refute the pagan charges that said that the Christian’s brought the fall of Rome. Pagans said that people should worship old gods in order to achieve material advantages in this world. Augustine attacks the pagans and says that misfortune happens to all. He says that Rome had fallen before even when their gods were worshipped. 2 cities are brought in constant contrast 1. City of God 2. Earthly City Key Ideas: LOVE IS THE CENTER OF LIFE But love has

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  • Sustainable Cities

    Sustainable Cities – A Focus on Gurgaon By Annet Serena Eric, Jyothish Jacob, Rahul Buddala, Rejith Ravindran, Robin Rajan Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon TABLE OF CONTENTS A BRIEF HISTORY OF GURGAON ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND HVAC WATER – FOR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ENERGY EFFICIENT TRANSPORT REFERENCES 2 3 12 18 24 27 1 GURGAON – A BRIEF HISTORY The name of this town emerged on the world map in 1972, when world fame Maruti Industry was set up in Gurgaon

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  • Angeles City

    quiet, cozy place where I feel content. Although if someone were to ask me where my hometown is, I would say, “Angeles City,” because that is the only logical answer. I know and feel that this lively city with a hodgepodge of colorful people does not feel anything like my idea of home, but it is where I’ve lived for the entirety of my life and I will acknowledge that. Angeles City, commonly known as the “Entertainment Capital of the Philippines”, is not exactly that but it sure is close. If you know

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  • Shadow Cities

    Predominantly within the post-modern, American context the "good life" is understood as the freedom and ability to do or posses whatever we want; a complete lack of nothing but the ability to posses anything one might desire. However, in Robert Neuwirth's book "Shadow Cities" readers are introduced to multiple people groups, more commonly known as "squatters", who's lifestyles and beliefs challenge what many might consider the good life as generally accepted by members of Western civilization. As Neuwirth

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  • Cities and Climate

    Public Disclosure Authorized 62696 Public Disclosure Authorized CITIES AND CLIMATE CHANGE Responding to an Urgent Agenda Daniel Hoornweg, Mila Freire, Marcus J. Lee, Perinaz Bhada-Tata, and Belinda Yuen, editors blic Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized CITIES AND CLIMATE CHANGE The Urban Development Series discusses the challenge of urbanization and what it will mean for developing countries in the decades ahead. The series delves substantively into the core

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  • World Cities

    World Cities The global pattern of urbanisation: millionaire cities, mega cities and world cities • At a global scale, rapid urbanisation has occurred over the last 50 years. • Almost 50% of the world’s population lives in towns and cities. 19% of the world’s population lives in cities of more than 1 million people. • The most urbanised continents are Europe, North and South America and Oceania and the least urbanised continents are Asia and Africa. • The number of

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  • City Life

    As a child growing up in a rural environment, that was the only life I knew and thought it was the best. Adulthood brings into focus maturity. I moved into the city, and came to the realization that I had to adjust to a different way of living, another transition of my life. I was very overwhelmed by hustle and all the excitement of the life that surrounded me. For this reason rural life and city life can be compared and contrasted in regards to cost, standard of living, accessibility and entertainment

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  • Italian City

    The Renaissance was the period from 1350-1600. The Renaissance began first in the city-states of Italy for many reasons. Although most of Europe had become a big economic crisis during the late Middle Ages, Italy managed to avoid everything and their towns remained important centers of Mediterranean trade and boost their production of textiles and luxury goods. Town life was bigger in Italy than in other parts of Europe.  Therefore, most Italians could easily discard feudalism and other medieval

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  • City

    industry developed Artesia into one of the most important dairy districts in Southern California. After World War II, the land became valuable to developers who wanted to build homes. To meet this pressure, the City of Dairy Valley was incorporated in 1956. Dairy Valley later became the city of Cerritos. The demand for land became so great that the dairymen sold their dairies and moved their operations to the east in Chino and to Central California.”("The official artesia," ) “The Artesia Water

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  • City of God

    Lee Brazil Professor Maya Matos Intro to Film 16 February 2015 Cinema Aesthetics in City of God: A Study of Editing and the Cosmetics of Hunger This paper will focus on editing in the initial sequences of the film City of God. It will also show how the editing choices place this film in context with a movement, which is disaffectionately referred to as the Cosmetics of Hunger. City of God is a 2002 Brazilian film set in the favela, or slum of the same name. The film tells the story of a young

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  • Tent City

    Tougher on Criminals: Tent City Jail Karen R. Ortiz West Coast University Joe Arpaio is known as the toughest sheriff in the west. He gets this name for the way he is tough on criminals in Maricopa Arizona. Being tougher on criminals when they go to jail may save the life of the criminal and its victim. 1993 Sheriff Joe Arpaio designed a camp that would be placed in the middle of the Arizona dessert, but it wasn’t an ordinary jail it was called Tent City Jail. Joe’s parents were legal

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  • Comment on How Urbanization Can Lead to Variations in the Quality of Life in a Number of Different Cities

    Comment on how urbanization can lead to variations in the quality of life in a number of different cities. Urbanization is not an instant process, it takes place over many years as a population slowly grows, or movement from rural settlements to urban cities and towns occurs more often. Urbanization is defined as “an increase in a countries proportion of population that lives in towns and cities”. Urbanization can be a very slow process for some areas, such as LEDC’s, however countries that are

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  • Cities

    “public benefits that currently lack in the food system”. On this basis, Whole Foods was granted permission to start a rooftop hydroponic farm in their signature store in Brooklyn, NY. I believe that hydroponic farming can be the key to creating a city with a natural eco-system that produces food for local consumption while conserving energy and water, recycling waste and reducing carbon footprint. The chart on the left side displays the difference between a terminal market and a farmers market

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  • City in History

    Washington University Law Review Volume 1962 Issue 3 Symposium: The City in History by Lewis Mumford January 1962 Some Observations on Lewis Mumford’s “The City in History” David Riesman Follow this and additional works at: http://openscholarship.wustl.edu/law_lawreview Part of the Land Use Planning Commons Recommended Citation David Riesman, Some Observations on Lewis Mumford’s “The City in History”, 1962 Wash. U. L. Q. 288 (1962). Available at: http://openscholarship.wustl.edu/law_lawreview/vol1962/iss3/2

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  • The City Lagos

    Lagos is a city in the country of Nigeria what are home to 12 to 20 million people. Lagos is one of the fastest production for people moving into this city, most of which live in slums. In the world there over 1 billion people living in slums so Lagos might not seem like much but estimated in 2015 there will be another 3 million people and over the years this population will keep on rising. One of the main problems of Lagos is that the slums are built on sewage water therefore making it dirty. Another

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  • Is the City of Guatemala a City?

    organización impuesta, el gobierno y que la libertad y derecho a la propiedad privada son factores fundamentales para suplir las necesidades de los habitantes. Además, factores importantes como lo menciona Edward Glaeser en su libro “Triumph of the City’’, capital humano sobre las estructuras, interacción humana, innovación, creatividad y educación hacen que una ciudad sea prospera, para que sus habitantes tengan una “buena vida”. Las ciudades en su principio no fueron planificadas. Estas surgieron

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  • Sustainable Cities

    Sustainable Cities Introduction: A sustainable city is the one, which takes care of its current citizens and also the future ones. Sustainability itself means creating an environment socially and infrastructurally viable and without harming what our future generation receives from us. As is rightly said, we have not inherited this earth from our forefathers we have borrowed it from our future generation. And thereby the future belongs to those who create an environment that is worth living today

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  • City Living

    that living in the city is more convenient, which allows citizens to achieve high quality of life. However, what this point fails to take into consideration is that urban life may also cause various problems including the negative impact of air pollution, and the high cost of housing. It is clear that city living makes residents more stressed. This essay will discuss this argument by demonstrating the detrimental effects of city living. To begin with, the air quality in the city is worse than the

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  • Village and City

    areas. Rural and urban areas. By the term rural areas we mostly refer to villages and by urban areas refers to cities. A person has two choices either he or she can enjoy peaceful village life or can live a fast life in city. Villages are very different from cities, they vary in sizes which are mostly dependent upon the population size. Villages are located in the outskirts of the city. Typical rural areas have a low population density and small settlements. Agricultural areas are commonly rural

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  • Daily Life in the City of Vesuvius

    Daily Life in the Cities of Vesuvius Gambling and Prostitution ; Gambling was a popular activity to pass the time of the people living in the cities of Vesuvius. Mosaics, paintings and graffiti provide evidence of It didn’t only take place in taverns and bars, but in other places too such as baths. The Inn of Salvius has a series of wall paintings showing customers gambling, quarrelling and then being thrown out. Names of two women gamblers are recorded on the wall in a tavern on the Via Stabania

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  • City of God

    film in that his life can take one of either direction. The narrative is then broken down into a series of vignettes which tell the story of the favela and the central characters, and ultimately which path Rocket decides to take. I argue that this film was imperative in raising awareness of both the existence of as well as the issues within the favelas in Rio de Janeiro, and was one of the first cultural representations to emerge from Brazil to show the darker side of the city and an alternate

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  • City of Poway

    [pic] [pic] Table of Contents Introduction…………….…………………………………….…………………3 City of Poway- Overview………..……………………………………………...4 Part 1- Budget Analysis…………..………………………………………….....5 Budget Analysis-General Fund...………………………………………….……8 Budget Analysis- Community Services Department……..………….………...10 Part 2- CAFR Analysis……………………………………………………........13 CAFR & Budget Comparison………………………………………………….16 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………

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  • Life in the City and in the Country

    prefer staying in the city and say that they couldn't live anywhere else. So which place is better to live? Let's analyse both of them. Living in a big city has a lot of advantages. First, there are many things to do in your free time: there are a lot of theatres, concerts. Second, there are shopping centres where you can buy anything you need. Third, there are a lot of working opportunities in a city: many big international companies have their offices or factories in the cities, so it is much easier

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  • City

    Jerran K. McClenton November 2015 AJS/514 City Demographics and Crime Profile Social learning theory considers the formation of an individual’s identity to be a learned response to what a person has been raised around or adapted to. In Memphis, Tennessee, many people within this state are influenced to criminal behavior at a very young age. According to WREG Memphis Channel 3 news, Memphis was only just ranked below Detroit and Oakland, California, but the Chair of the Crime Commission Ben

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  • City and Village Life

    Sometime you may be think, the city life is better than village life. However there are so many advantages and disadvantages in city life and village life. Actually the city life is more comfortable. As well as there are more opportunities for people to progress in their lives. There are a lot of facilities for people in the city and they have more opportunities for making money. Children living in the city can get a good education, because there are better school in the town than in the village

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  • A Taste of the Big City Life

    of the big city life An article about advantages and disadvantages in the big city. Development and speed. These are the two words that best describes the big city life for me. Development, because you are in a constant move in your life in every second. You meet new people every day. You learn and you fail. The pressure, can you handle it? It is all about pressure and the speed, the last word, speed. I could say it over and over again. I love it. I love the speed in the daily life, and how quick

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  • Cities

    concentrated on study of small & isolated civilizations rather than complex ones in cities. However, cities are where the action is. Therefore, new subfield of anthropology emerged, urban anthropology, emphasizing issues of the cities in undeveloped and industrialized countries. This might be due to the reason that anthropology aspires to study universals and wider perspective of human condition. And also cities represent a ‘gateway; to fieldwork which mainly takes place in towns, peasants villages

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  • City of Vista

    The City of Vista was incorporated on January 28, 1963 as a general law city. On June 5, 2007, the voters in Vista passed Proposition C, which then adopted a City Charter by a special election. Vista is located in northern San Diego County approximately five miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. Vista's neighboring cities include Oceanside and Carlsbad to the west and San Marcos to the south and east. Its mission statement has always been to provide outstanding services to improve the quality of life

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  • Big City

    Living in big city is something that many young people dream about. Modern cities such as New York, London, Mexico, etc are optimal place for the youngster who are willing to encounter some interesting and challenging tasks. However, life in an advance society is not easy as some people expect. In reality, it has some certain disadvantages, including the people, transportation and accomodation. One problems that urban residents encounter daily is the unreliable transportation. Because thounsands

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  • City of Glass

    City of Glass Story by Paul Auster Essay by Vanessa Jagna Hoff Levinsen In this essay, we will be working with Paul Auster’s novel “City of Glass”. In the story, we follow the character Daniel Quinn, whose occupation is writing literature. This novel works with different themes that are related to mental health. The first theme we will be talking about is a question of identity; who am I, and who are you? We will follow this with describing human contact’s connection with the sanity of mankind

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  • Smart City

    Five ICT Essentials for Smart Cities A Whitepaper for Business Executive Summary More than half of the population of the Earth now live in urban areas (United Nations, 2012). Modern cities face many challenges and opportunities because of this. The challenges range from providing a good quality of life for citizens to ensuring appropriate socio-economic development year on year, while the opportunities can be seen in businesses becoming more efficient and innovative, to the reduction

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  • Cities

    What is a City? There are various ways to define a city either it be from a historical, contemporary, administrative or economic viewpoint. For the purpose of this analysis, a city is defined as a large permanent settlement, which is usually dense and highly populated relative to rural villages and towns, and they are made up of heterogeneous people. As recently as a hundred years ago, only 2 in 10 people lived in cities, but now we have 54% of the world population living in cities or urban areas

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  • Promoting Hong Kong as the “City of Life” and Persuading the Visitors from Mainland China to Visit Hong Kong

    services to the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) - formerly known as Hong Kong Tourism Association, in presenting this consulting report on promoting Hong Kong as the “City of Life” and persuading the visitors from Mainland China to visit Hong Kong In this report, we will base on the two-year major promotional tourism campaign “City of Life: Hong Kong is it!” which launched by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) in April 2001 to showcase to visitors from Mainland China the most interesting and attractive

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  • City and Country Life

    ,, City life is better than country life. “ It is rather difficult to choose the better one between the city and the country. Both places equally have advantages and disadvantages. Anyway the decision is ultimately based on our preferences of lifestyle. So we must carefully examine all the aspects of both lifestyles to assure we make the best choice for us. City life has a lot of advantages offering opportunities to people to progress in their lives. Actually the city life is

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  • City of Kelsey

    University of Phoenix City of Kelsey Team XYZ Ethics 316 May 21, 2012 Week 2 Dr. Had Many Jobs City of Kelsey The following paper will present a profile of the City of Kelsey, a virtual organization established by M. Kelsey in 1932. Specifically, an in-depth profile of the City of Kelsey will describe the citizens, community, and social responsibilities of both Kelsey’s members and Kelsey as a community. The residents of Kelsey have roots grounded in a history of agriculture

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  • Life in the City

    Life in the city is full of activity. Early in the morning hundreds of people rush out of their homes in the manner ants do when their nest is broken. Soon the streets are full of traffic. Shops and offices open, students flock to their schools and the day's work begins. The city now throb with activity, and it is full of noise. Hundreds of sight-seers, tourists and others visit many places of interest in the city while businessmen from various parts of the world arrive to transact business. Then

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