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Should I Earn a Joint JD/MBA Degree?

What Is a Joint JD/MBA Degree? A Joint JD/MBA degree is a dual degree program that results in a Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degree. A Juris Doctor (short for Doctor of Jurisprudence) is the degree awarded to students who have successfully completed law school. This degree is necessary to gain admission to the bar and practice law in federal courts and most state courts.
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Tokugawa Shogunate: Shimabara Rebellion

The Shimabara Rebellion was a peasant revolt against Matsukura Katsuie of the Shimabara Domain and Terasawa Katataka of the Karatsu Domain. Date Fought between December 17, 1637 and April 15, 1638, the Shimabara Rebellion lasted four months. Armies & Commanders Shimabara Rebels Amakusa Shiro 27,000-37,000 men Tokugawa Shogunate Itakura Shigemasa Matsudaira Nobutsuna 125,000-200,000 men Shimabara Rebellion - Campaign Summary Originally the lands of the Christian Arima family, the Shimabara Peninsula was given to the Matsukura clan in 1614.
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Celebrities Who Attended Private School

Private schools are known for their robust programs, including arts programs. Their flexible schedules, online learning portals, and personal attention are often ideal for budding actors who wish to go on auditions and engage in television and movie roles. The same can often be said for those wish to pursue professions as musicians, singers, and songwriters.
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Understanding Trademark Names and Logos

Both the Nike logo with its widely recognizable swoosh and the phrase "Just Do It" are excellent examples of a trademark. A great trademark can help with the sales of goods and services, and very desirable goods or services can make a trademark famous. What Is A Trademark? Trademarks protect words, names, symbols, sounds, or colors that distinguish goods and services.
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One More Reason Why You Shouldn't Kill Bugs

As a bug lover, I'm always trying to convince other people to stop killing every six-legged critter that comes within ten feet. It's not just about my personal interest in insects. There are a lot of good reasons why you shouldn't kill bugs: Insects were here first, by over 300 million years. Technically, we're on their turf.
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