What are project estimating questions?

What are project estimating questions?

Respond to the following in a minimum of 200 words:

Projects are estimated through identification of tasks and allocation of effort to complete the tasks and how to develop a high-level project plan.

Discuss project estimating methods. How do they compare?




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What are Project Estimating Questions?

When undertaking a project, it is imperative that the organization estimates the project before its completion. Doing this helps the organization to prioritize various activities that need to be undertaken and how they would normally be undertaken.

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Types of anemia

Types of anemia

In clinical settings, advanced practice nurses often encounter patients with blood disorders such as anemia. Consider the case of a 17-year-old girl who is rushed to the emergency room after suddenly fainting. The girl’s mother reports that her daughter has had difficulty concentrating for the past week, frequently becomes dizzy, and has not been eating normally due to digestion problems. The mother also informs the nurse that their family has a history of anemia. With the family history of anemia, it appears that this is the likely diagnosis. However, in order to properly diagnose and treat the patient, not only must her symptoms and family history be considered, but also factors such as gender, ethnicity, age, and behavior. This poses the question: How do patient factors impact the incidence and prevalence of different types of anemia?

To Prepare

Review Chapter 21 in the Huether and McCance text. Reflect on the pathophysiological mechanisms of iron deficiency anemia.
Select one of the following types of anemia: pernicious anemia, folate deficiency anemia, sideroblastic anemia, chronic inflammation anemia, or post-hemorrhagic anemia. Identify the pathophysiological mechanisms of the anemia you selected.
Consider the similarities and differences between iron deficiency anemia and the type of anemia you selected.
Reflect on how patient factors such as genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, and behavior might impact these anemic disorders.
Post an explanation of the pathophysiological mechanisms of iron deficiency anemia and the anemia you selected. Compare these two types of anemia, as well as their potential causes. Finally, explain how genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, and behavior might impact the anemic disorders you selected.




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Folate and Iron Deficiency Anemia

Primarily, anemia involves the lack of proper composition of blood through an adverse effect on the different cells that make up the blood tissue. Consequently, different factors significantly influence the composition of the cells in the blood, which makes it important to consider them as potential causes of deficiency (Allali, Brousse, Sacri, Chalumeau, & de Montalembert, 2017).

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principalism and importance of each principal

principalism and importance of each principal

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Principlism, especially in the context of bioethics in the United States, has often been critiqued for raising the principle of autonomy to the highest place, such that it trumps all other principles or values. How would you rank the importance of each of the four principles? How do you believe they would be ordered in the context of the Christian biblical narrative? Refer to the topic overview and other topic study materials in your response.





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Principlism and Importance of Each Principal

In the United States, principlism has in the recent past come under sharp criticism for being observed to raise the principle of autonomy to the highest price. This means that principlism should always trump over other values and principles that people believe in during their day to day life.

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Short Essay #2

Short Essay #2

Covering Chapter 6

In chapter 6, you reviewed a variety of economic concepts regarding the open economy. One of important concepts in the open economy is ‘investment’. Please read two peer-reviewed journal articles (PDF attached) that cover this topic and discuss the following topics:

1. Provide a brief summary of each article

2. Compare and contrast views and perspectives discussed in both articles (Do not copy sentences and paragraphs directly from the original articles but paraphrase them using your own words).

3. Discuss main contributions of each article to existing knowledge of investment and its impacts. In other words, how does each article deal with the concept of investment or/and its impacts differently, compared to existing literature?

Please note that I will not review your actual essay before your final submission.

– All papers must use a minimum of 3 sources. You must cite only peer-reviewed journal articles although the textbook is an acceptable source (however, keep in mind that the textbook is not peer-reviewed resource though).

– You MUST NOT cite online sources or any articles without year of publication and author’s name. Also, you should not cite Wikipedia and investopedia.

– All papers must follow all APA requirements. (I am only looking for accuracy of APA formatting for references)

Also, please refer to the following link, to learn more about APA style and formatting.


– Do not just provide your opinions but your essay must demonstrate mastery and accuracy of relevant economic concepts and theory to receive full credit

– Minimum words requirement: 800 words (not including abstract, title and reference pages)

Refer to the rubric below:

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Exemplary Accomplished Developing Beginning
Points Range:32 (40%)- 32 (40%)

Demonstrates mastery and accuracy of concepts, terms and theories selected by the student without error

Points Range:25.6 (32%)- 28.48 (35.6%)

Demonstrates mastery and accuracy of most of the major concepts, terms, and theories with several errors

Points Range:22.4 (28%) – 25.28 (31.6%)

Demonstrates moderate understanding of a few of the concepts, terms and theories, but lacks a mastery of the majority

Points Range:0 (0%) – 22.08 (27.6%)

Demonstrates basic understanding of the concepts, terms, and theories, but lacks any mastery at all

APA formatting
Points Range:8 (10%) – 8 (10%)

The use of APA formatting is accurate with no error.

Points Range:6.4 (8%) – 6.4 (8%)

The use of APA formatting is mostly accurate with a few minor errors.

Points Range:4.8 (6%) – 4.8 (6%)

The essay has too many errors in the use of APA formatting.

Points Range:0 (0%) – 0 (0%)

The essay does not use APA formatting.

Writing & Organization
Points Range:24 (30%)- 24 (30%)

The structure of content is strong and helps readers move through the text smoothly. The content contains effective transitions between paragraphs. Minimum words requirement is met

Points Range:21.36 (26.7%) – 21.36 (26.7%)

The structure of content has a clear organizational structure, and helps readers to understand fairly easy, but slightly lacks effective transitions between paragraphs. Minimum words requirement is met

Points Range:16.8 (21%) – 18.96 (23.7%)

The structure of content is understandable, but significantly lacks effective transitions between paragraphs. Minimum words requirement is not met

Points Range:0 (0%) – 16.56 (20.7%)

The content lacks coherence, and requires readers to reread substantial portions. Minimum words requirement is not met

Word Count
Points Range:8 (10%) – 8 (10%)

Word count is greater than 800

Points Range:6.4 (8%) – 6.4 (8%)

Word count is greater than 700, but less than 800.

Points Range:4.8 (6%) – 4.8 (6%)

Word count is greater than 600, but less than 700.

Points Range:3.2 (4%)- 3.2 (4%)

Word count is less than 600

Biblical Integration
Points Range:8 (10%) – 8 (10%)

Paper identifies and integrates biblical principles into the decision making process in an appropriate and insightful manner

Points Range:6.4 (8%) – 6.4 (8%)

Paper identifies and integrates biblical principles into the decision making process mostly in an appropriate and insightful manner

Points Range:4.8 (6%) – 4.8 (6%)

Paper identifies and integrates biblical principles into the decision making process mostly in an appropriate and insightful manner

Points Range:0 (0%) – 0 (0%)

Paper does not identify and integrate biblical principles into the decision making process


This should be all you need. I have attached both of the articles. 🙂






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Investment in the Open Economy
An open economy is characterized by ease of foreign investors to interact with the local market with ease, which in effect results in a blend of local and foreign suppliers to the local market in the said economy. Consequently, one of the primary advantages associated with this form of economy is the increased availability of foreign currency, and considering that most of the investors would prefer to trade in the foreign reserve currency,

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Discussion: Diversity and You

Discussion: Diversity and You

Having developed a definition of diversity in the last module, this week we’re turning to how diversity applies to you personally. This could be related to your personal experiences or things you’ve observed of those around you. Because Milestone One is also due this week, we’ll start to discuss the issues and events that interest you. Based on the module resources and your own research, write an initial post that addresses the following:

  • Describe an event related to diversity that either you or someone around you has experienced. What did you take away, and how did it enhance your understanding of diversity?
  • Share a current issue related to diversity that you have found interesting or that has personally impacted you. Post an article from a news source. How does diversity help you better understand this issue?

Post at least two responses to your fellow students. In your responses to your peers, take a look through the lens of intersectionality and consider both sides of your classmates’ issues. Compare and contrast your answers. What do you like about your peers’ explanations, and what would you add?

Make sure you support your response with the readings from this module, and any additional resources if needed.

Review the module resources.

The readings this week take a critical eye on the concept of intersectionality as a lens for understanding issues and identities relevant to the study of diversity. Intersectionality has gained a reputation for being “separatist and fragmenting” (Butler, 38), but, as these articles demonstrate, it can also be used more broadly to support a diverse, yet inclusive, society. As you read these articles, consider:

  • What is intersectionality, and how can it be used to better understand diversity?
  • How can the concept of intersectionality be applied to the issue or event you are choosing for Milestone One?
  • Do you agree or disagree with the authors’ application of the concept of intersectionality? Why or why not?

Peer post 1

In the Sage article, it speaks about the dimensions of diversity and how it includes several different layers. In one of the layers, it describes the internal dimensions which includes things such as age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, as well as physical ability (Gardenswartz & Rowe, 2015). Gender has become a major topic in the news as well as around the world. As a female, events have occurred to me I believe just because of my gender. At a previous workplace, there were many times I as well as other women in the workplace were given large workloads while the male counterparts were not given as much. This was a business that had over half of their employees being females, however, their upper management consisted of all males. At the time, I felt like this is just how business was run since I was young and it was my first job. However, what I took away was that this is not the normal. Women and men should be treated equally and gender shouldn’t distinguish one job from another. Gender is only one of the things that make us unique and make up our diversity. After being in such a workplace, I have learned in my new company that women and men are one in the same. We are all human and deserve respect and should embrace one another’s differences.

This brings up one of the news stories that just came out in regards to the women’s world cup soccer team. At the end of the final game, fans could be heard chanting “equal pay, equal pay”. As a former women’s soccer player, I find this call to make the game equal for males and females interesting. For members of FIFA, soccer’s international governing body, which reportedly will pay the U.S. women a $4 million bonus, compared with the $38 million paid to last year’s men’s World Cup winner. Even though The Wall Street Journal reports that from 2016 to 2018, U.S. women’s games generated about $50.8 million in revenue, compared with $49.9 million for men’s games (Goldman, 2019). Having these female soccer players stand up for bringing this diversity issue to the forefront is what we need to make the idea of adopting one’s differences and acceptance is key. By bridging the pay gap and addressing gender differences in the national media, is one step closer to coming together.

Gardenswartz, L. & Rowe, A. (2015). Dimensions of diversity. In J. Bennett (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of intercultural competence (pp. 234-238). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10.4135/9781483346267.n84

Goldman, T. (2019, July 09). Equal Pay For Equal Play; The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Tackles Its Next Quest. Retrieved from https://www.npr.org/2019/07/09/739703325/equal-pay…

Peer post 2

Hi class,

i’d like to start this post with a quote from our reading this week, “When it comes to social inequality, people’s lives and organization of power in a given society are better understood as being shaped not by a single axis of social division, be it race or gender or class, but by many axes that work together and influence each other. Intersectionality as an analytic tool gives people better access to the complexity of the world and of themselves.” (Butler, 2017) There are layers to understanding diversity and the complexity behind it is seen through the different scenarios that we all find ourselves in, for some it can be often, others not so much and these events can influence how we view society. A few weeks ago, I believe during the Memorial Day weekend, I went to a big cookout with some friends, we were all playing yard games and listening to a new rap album through the speakers at the pool. After a little while, the owner of the house came over to us and in a joking manner walked over to my friend who is African American and said to him, “Hey man, did you bring your music with you too?” (it wasn’t even his playlist either) and a few of us looked at him astonished “like did he really just say that?” and we kind of fake laughed it off. The two of them ended up have a nice conversation after awhile of being there though so there wasn’t any bad blood or tension, but it made me realize that as a collective we still have a lot to learn and we should instead embrace and celebrate how special and different we are and to especially not allow for such prejudice like this to be said. I believe diversity helps bring us away from such nonsense and brings everyone closer in the end.

The current issue related to diversity that is causing a lot of division in our country right now are these migrant detention centers. “a review of the operations of the Clint station, near El Paso’s eastern edge, shows that the agency’s leadership knew for months that some children had no beds to sleep on, no way to clean themselves and sometimes went hungry.” (Romero et al, 2019) It’s scary to think this is happening in our own country, it’s an attack on specific groups of people and they’re being treated inhumanely. “Rarely have governments publicly acknowledged the use of camps as deliberate punishment.” Detainees, she wrote, are “typically held because of their racial, cultural, religious, or political identity, not because of any prosecutable offense—though some states have remedied this flaw by making legal existence next to impossible.” (Romero, et al, 2019) People and children are being singled out based on ethnicity and race when really all of them are just trying to secure a better life for themselves and their families but there’s now a stigma (that our own President has created) that these migrants are criminals and that they are here to cause trouble even though there is no proof.


– Romero, S., Kanno-youngs, Z., Fernandez, M., Borunda, D., Montes, A., & Dickerson, C. (2019, July 06). Hungry, Scared and Sick: Inside the Migrant Detention Center in Clint, Tex. Retrieved July 8, 2019, from https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/07/06/us/migrants-border-patrol-clint.html

– BUTLER, J. E. (2017). Intersectionality and Liberal Education. Liberal Education103(3/4), 38. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=f5h&AN=126506099&site=eds-live&scope=site

In the last module, you explored the definition of diversity and the concept of the four layers of diversity. This helps illustrate the concept of intersectionality, which has been used both to help define individual identities and to contextualize systems of oppression (Vogel, 2018, p. 276). In this module, you are now going to explore your own intersections. Because we are all impacted by issues of diversity, and will often intersect with people of different backgrounds, it is helpful to recognize how the experiences you have had shape how you see others. There are aspects of diversity that we can see: race/ethnicity, gender, age. But there are those we can’t always see: chronic or mental illness, language, religious or political preferences, sexual identity.

In order to define yourself, it is helpful to first understand your culture, which encompasses the beliefs and behaviors that connect you to other people. Within one culture are myriad subcultures. For instance, if you are a SNHU student living in New Hampshire, your main culture might be identified as American, with your subcultures as New England, New Hampshire, Patriots fan, and skier. All of these, in conjunction with the social diversity categories, help form aspects of the overall picture of you. As you work through this module, consider the ways that you might describe yourself to other people. Consider next the categories others might use to describe you. Then consider the categories you check when filling out medical or government documents. Where do they align? In what ways does each help shape who you are?

As you develop your final project, you will explore an issue or topic related to diversity. See the IDS 400 LibGuide for some examples to help you get started. The topic you choose could be relevant to your personal experience, or it could be relevant to your future profession. For example, if your major is Human Resources, an issue you might consider is pay equality in the workplace. If you are a Nursing major, perhaps you want to explore access to healthcare in impoverished communities. Maybe you are a gamer and would be interested in exploring the representation of women and men in video games. In this week’s milestone, you will select an issue or event in diversity and begin to analyze it through the four lenses. Your selected topic should apply to all four lenses.


Vogel, L. (2018). Beyond Intersectionality. Science & Society, 82(2), 275. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=https://search.e…




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Peer Post 1
In the post, the peer delves into some of the major dimensions of diversity. The dimension that the peer discusses is known as internal dimension. This is a dimension that delves into certain issues such as age, race, sexual orientation, gender, and ethnicity.

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discussion board post (3 questions)

discussion board post (3 questions)

Remember to provide citations from scholarly sources to support your responses.

1.) The Institute of Medicine report To Err is Human(1999) introduced an era in healthcare increasing scrutiny of the quality and safety of patient care delivery. Over the years since the publication of this and subsequent reports, what do you think are the most important developments that have occurred in our healthcare system to safeguard patients and create a culture of safety as a result of this increased focus.

2.) Contributors to increased risk for patient errors occurring include, but are not limited to, discontinuity of patient information, information silos, inconsistent staff work patterns, non-acuity based staffing ratios, ineffective or absent policies/ procedures, and lack of teamwork. Discuss how you see these factors and others that may be prevalent in your facility affecting your ability to deliver quality, safe patient care. How are these issues being addressed?

3.) Currently we are working in an environment with multi-generations. What are some issues that you have discovered at work related to misunderstandings between generations and how can we learn from each other in order to improve conditions in the workplace?

NOTE: I work in an operating room as a nurse. This information may help when answering questions. Need at least 2 sources. thank you!!

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Proper Healthcare Delivery Practices
Question One
Considering the increased attention towards patient safety in the provision of healthcare services, one of the most important developments of the twenty-first century has been the increase in the application of evidence-based practice in the healthcare environment. In particular, contemporary nursing education includes extensive attention towards ensuring that the practitioners

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write a report on your understanding of the paper

write a report on your understanding of the paper

Attached Files:

Please select any of the papers in the Research_Project_Guidelines and write a report on your understanding of the paper.

Please use the provided template for your report.

20190708172807research_project_guidelines (1)





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Measuring the Size of Cybercrime (July 2019)


First A. Author.

Abstract— while there have been numerous studies on the approximate costs of cybercrime, no systematic studies have been conducted to provide reasonable estimates or measures of the cost of crime In order to evaluate the amount of investment firms have to put up to counter the same. In fact, previous ambiguous cost of cybercrime studies has led to the skepticism that the problem of cybercrime is being hyped. Upon the approval of the United Kingdom Ministry, it was necessary to conduct a systematic study on the cybercrime where traditional,

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Need an answer to the discussion below

Need an answer to the discussion below

Week 1: Determinants of Health (graded)
This week’s graded topics relate to the following Course Outcome (CO).

CO 1: Apply principles of nursing theory to the public health system by analyzing determinants of health and the public health intervention wheel. (PO 1)
What are some factors that make some people healthy and others ill? Healthy People 2020identifies five determinants of health that influence the health of individuals and populations.Healthy People 2020 describes them as “a range of personal, social, economic, and environmental factors that influence health status” (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2018, About Determinants of Health, para. 1). Determinants fall into five categories, including (a) policy making, (b) social factors, (c) health services, (d) individual behavior, and (e) biology and genetics.

Go to the Determinants of Health link at https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/about/foundation-health-measures/Determinants-of-Health (Links to an external site.), and click on each determinant to read about it.
Choose one of the five determinants other than individual behavior (as we are all aware of how individual behavior impacts health). In your post, describe this determinant and its importance.
Discuss how a community health nurse (CHN) could use one of the 17 intervention categories from the Public Health Intervention Wheel to address this determinant (Nies & McEwen, 2019).
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. (2018). Healthy People 2020: About Determinants of Health. Retrieved from https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/about/foundatio… (Links to an external site.)


Nies, M., McEwen, M., (2019) Community/Public Health Nursing. [VitalSource Bookshelf].

According to Healthy People 2020, Social Factors which effect societal health can also be referred to as social and physical determinants of health. “Social determinants of health reflect the social factors and physical conditions of the environment in which people are born, live, learn, play, work, and age” (Healthy People 2020). These factors can influence people’s health, performance, and quality-of-life. Exposure to these social and physical determinates such as; resource availability, social acceptance, exposure to high crime and violence, quality education, natural or built environment, transportation, exposure to toxic and physical hazards and overall safety can have a huge impact on health. Poor health outcomes are often made worse by the interaction between individuals and their social and physical environment” (Healthy People 2020).

As a Community health nurse we have the essential ability and charge to actively affect the health of our society. By assessing the needs of our society and individuals and supplying needed guidance and connections to available resources we can improve the overall health and quality of life. Researching local, personal, environmental, and societal determinates of health and providing evidence-based interventions is essential to the community health nurses role in promoting a healthier way of life. As nurses we embody the largest portion of health care laborers; therefore we are instrumental to implementing a health care delivery system which will meet the needs of the public and help to improve their overall health. Community health nursing is indebted with the major goal of preserving the health of the community and surrounding society. The majority of its focus is health promotion and maintenance of individuals, families, and organizations within the surrounding community. (Nies & McEwen, 2019)

Policy development and enforcement is a key tool incorporated into the Public Health Intervention Wheel which aids the community health nurse advocating for improving the health of the population. Policy development and enforcement comes into play when the community health nurse identifies issues and ensures they are included in state, local and government decision makers’ agendas. Each agenda requires leaders take action on a plan of resolution; needed resources are determined and implemented, resulting in laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and policies being put into place. By ensuring policy enforcement the nurse’s actions influence compliance by others with laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and policies set forth through these actions. (Nies & McEwen, 2019)

An example of community health research and assessment coinciding with the implementation of new policies, laws, rules and regulations was the incidence of lead poisoning in children from paint used in previous years. Through research and studies children exposed to lead-based paint were determined to be the subjects of suffering lifelong consequences. The lead poisoning, through exposure, caused children to be wrought with learning disabilities, loss of IQ, attention deficit, and behavior problems. It was determined the solution to preventing this medically untreatable disease was to control and prevent exposure to children in their environments. Over the past years the national approach to lead poisoning has evolved in stages. In the beginning treating children with extreme symptoms was primary. Next focusing on the children with elevated blood lead levels was implemented. Finally the focus of acknowledging the consequences of the presence of lead-based paint and incorporating regulation, policies, laws and ordinances to ensure properties would be made lead free in order to end the chances of lead poisoning in children. (Ryan, 2001)


Nies, M., McEwen, M., (2019) Community/Public Health Nursing. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780323528948/ (Links to an external site.)

Ryan, D. (2001). Turning the Corner on Lead-Based Paint. Journal of Housing & Community Development, 58(3), 14. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.chamberlainuniversity…





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Determinants of Health

Several factors make some people health whereas other becomes ill. According to Healthy People 2020, there are five significant determinants of health for society. The factor that I selected for this essay is health services within the community.

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Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Law

Take at least one article from the news concerning material from the weekly chapter (Ch 9) and provide your thoughts.





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State laws which are meant to protect citizen information and the breach information laws are used to safeguard information in any organization. They are used to protect personal data for residents, stakeholders and staff members.

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Help with create an innovation paper

Help with create an innovation paper

Please help with my final paper for ENT-435. It wants me to evaluate the internal processes of an organization I worked for then come up with a solution. This is also APA format as well

Hey it’s great working with you again :).. Well just a little bit of background information about me. Some of the companies I worked for was the Army and Dominoes pizza. I was a Preventive Medicine Specialist in the Army so I would do nerdy stuff like test water pH levels, arthropod identification, soil sampling, food facility inspections. etc. I basically just made sure no one got sick. Then I worked at Dominoes pizza as a manager. Take inventory, count money, manage the schedule, make pizza’s that kind of stuff. If you have any other questions about the jobs please feel free to reach out to me.




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Domino’s pizza is one of the largest places that sell eligible good foods globally. Granted, it is more established in the United States where it was started, even around the globe it has been growing continuously. In a bit on the history, the first domino’s pizza franchise was opened in 1967 by Tom Monaghan, and since then it has been improving and growing.

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