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Learning begins with an inquisitive mind that has to find out the answers to the questions that continue to come to it. Searching out the resources that are available through the various sources. Books, papers, magazines, periodicals, trade resource materials, Internet, World Wide Web etc. If you do not have an inquiring mind you are very limited in the information that you include in your thinking process and limit yourself in the job or carreer market place.
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CMPS 111 Class Meeting Schedule for Fall 2007 in room Main/TH/212 as follows:
August 28, 2007, September 11, 2007, September 25, 2007, October 9, 2007, October 23, 2007, November 6, 2007, November 27, 2007
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I am returning this otherwise good typing paper to you because someone has printed gibberish all over it and put your name at the top. --
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