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DUE DATE: DEC 30, 2012 AT 11:00pm ENG 315: Professional Communications Please do not take too long to confirm, some professors take too long and this...

DUE DATE: DEC 30, 2012 AT 11:00pm

ENG 315: Professional Communications

Please do not take too long to confirm, some professors take too long and this is not fair. I will really appreciate your prompt confirmation!


Please READ instructions very careful, since unfortunately a few professors do not read it carefully, then ask what is already explained.


Note: I just attached 1 scan right here, the remaining attachment (scan) the second one will be attach it in a bit later, because I cannot attach more than one on this posting.


If applicable. Please use short "in text citations" to support your own words/answer. And enclosed with " ". This way I can know where the "in text citations" START and where it END. Also, please include page # (pg.) or paragraph # (para.) if applicable.



Example of "in text citation"

"The evidence is a basic as the terra preta do indio, or India Black Earth" (Glick, 2007, para. 4)


Then, Please include a Reference page, all info need to be included: For example: page #, paragraph #, volume #, etc. if applicable.



Example of Reference:

Glick, D. (2007, February 10). Bio-char sequestration in terrestrialecosystems–A review [Electronic mailing list message]. retrieved from http://bioenergylists.org/nwesgroup-archive/terrapeta_bioenergylists.org/2007-February/00023.html


PLAGIARISM is NOT accepted, please check for plagiarism for free in Grammarly.com, or any plagiarism checker you might have.


http://www.grammarly.com/q=plagiarism&gclid=CJXvn8jzzrMCFQeDnQoduBEAPw

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Dear Colleagues,
I take this opportunity of soliciting your co-operation in certain very important policy matters
pertaining to acceptable use of email and text messaging within office premises.
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