Friday, July 17, 2020

6 Task Automations to Make Your Agency More Productive - Focus

6 Task Automations to Make Your Agency More Productive - Focus Keeping your clients in the loop is an essential part of any successful consultancy project. However, check-up meetings, metric reports, and email exchanges can take up a lot of time. With task automations,  you can say goodbye to unnecessary admin and hello to a simpler, more productive workflow. We spoke with four agencies and consultancies about how theyre running their client projects in a transparent, communicative way using task manager MeisterTask and automation tool Zapier. With Zapier connecting over 750 apps via their so-called Zaps, teams are running great projects in MeisterTask, without letting periodic updates take over their daily to-dos. Here’s how these agencies are streamlining their projects using  MeisterTask and Zapier: 1. Never Miss an Appointment with an Automated Calendar Bradley Ellison, the Director and General Manager of Equitem, a consultancy based in Perth, Australia, has a choc-a-bloc schedule packed out with client visits. To get all dates in one place, the team use the Google Calendar integration with Zapier to turn their calendar events into tasks within MeisterTask. For each new client, the team creates a new Project Board for that consultancy partnership. Then, as soon as a new calendar event is added to Google Calendar, a relevant task is created within the linked MeisterTask Project via  the Zap. As a result, all upcoming appointments are listed within their  Upcoming Tasks and via the MeisterTask Calendar View. This allows the team to see what meetings are coming up and for who,  as each appointment is a task assigned to the relevant team member. As Bradley shares, Equitem save time by not switching between multiple programs to view their upcoming meetings or communicate: “It’s incredibly easy to update our team via the embedded communication features. The fact that the tools are accessible from anywhere, on any device, means we can keep everyone on the same page, even when out at external meetings.” Get all your dates in one place, using the Calendar to MeisterTask Zap: 2. Collate Your Metrics Automatically As a digital marketing agency, Peritive  need to provide regular updates to their clients on project and campaign progression. Managing Partner Adam Hyucke  shares how the team collates metrics automatically to make this process more productive: “Many of our clients, whether dental, medical, or legal, schedule staff meetings on a certain day of the month. Knowing this, we use ‘Zaps’ to collect the necessary performance metrics from our team to debrief our clients in a timely fashion.”   To prepare for client meetings, teams can use the MeisterTask to  Google Sheets Zap, to collate all relevant data. The Google Sheets Zap automatically collates MeisterTask tasks in a Google Sheet, as they’re completed. This allows teams to quickly present a spreadsheet of completed tasks to clients, evidencing their progress. Other performance metrics, such as those collated from Google Analytics on marketing campaigns, can then be added alongside this task archive, ready to share with the client. 3. Set Recurring Reminders for Daily To-Dos If there are to-dos that your agency needs to periodically complete, you can set up a recurring task within MeisterTask. Recurring tasks act as periodic reminders on a daily, weekly or yearly basis. Digital marketing agency  Peritive  use recurring tasks when coming up with a foolproof social media calendar for each client: “Each week we rely on Zapier and MeisterTask to automate our client workflow. We schedule as much as we can, including our social media and content calendars, ad campaigns and SEO checks,” says Adam. “Using MeisterTask Zaps we’re able to stay on point for our clients while saving several hours per week.” For example, the team can set up a daily reminder via the MeisterTask Zap to check each social media account on a daily basis, and respond or update accordingly: By setting up a schedule of recurring tasks for all of your marketing to-dos, theres no need to schedule regular reminders manually. The reminders also help to ensure that no to-dos will slip  through the gaps: 4. Create a Transparent  Project Plan By inviting your clients to a shared Project Board in MeisterTask, you can provide your clients with a clear project roadmap. Plus, by keeping them in the loop every step of the way, you can  cut down on catch-up calls and in-person meetings. Digital agency  We Brand Creative create a new MeisterTask Project Board for every new client they work with. The team then invite their client to collaborate in the Project, sharing project progression with the client transparently. Each Project Board includes all pre-agreed tasks and the stage that those tasks are at in their journey to completion. So, for example, the team have a Section for In Progress *Client Name*.  This Section will include all tasks that are in progress but are currently with the client for feedback. This feedback can then be given within any attached documents  or via the in-built task commenting features. As Wouter Zwarekant, the Creative Director at We Brand Creative, shares, this enables the agency to collaborate with their clients efficiently: “We’ve long been looking for a tool that allows us to work with our clients in an accessible way.  With MeisterTask we can simply provide clients with access to the relevant Project, and because MeisterTask can be used via the web, mobile, and desktop apps, it’s a solution that every client can work with.” Discover a more productive workflow Sign up to MeisterTask Its free! Sign up to MeisterTask Hint: You can also time track tasks To provide the client with more overview, these transparent tasks can be time tracked using the Toggl integration, via Zapier. Toggl offers a simple online timer that lets you track the time you spend on each task, automatically generating timesheets. Teams can use these automated timesheets as evidence for how long tasks have taken, within client activity reports. If you’re using Harvest for time tracking and client invoicing, try using the MeisterTask with Harvest integration. You can now utilize Harvest’s time tracking, reporting, and billing functions, without having to switch between tools. 5. Turn Emails into Action With emails flooding in from clients, colleagues, and stakeholders on a daily basis, your inbox can really take a hit. Aaron Roberts, Innovation Coach at Mason City Schools, shares how he stays focused on tasks within his consultancy role: “My job as the Innovation Coach is similar to the work of a consultant. Teachers are my clients, so I have a great deal of teacher questions rolling into my inbox,” Aaron explains. To help him manage these emails, Aaron set up a Zap that turns labeled Gmail messages into MeisterTask tasks. For example, by labeling an email as “Middle school teacher needs,” the email is added to that Project in MeisterTask. “I can be an emailaholic,” Aaron says. “Thankfully, MeisterTask keeps our team out of our email and focused on the bigger picture, while still managing the day-to-day client needs.” To help achieve inbox zero, try setting up your own Gmail to MeisterTask Zap: Don’t use Gmail? No problem. You can still use the convert emails into tasks feature  within MeisterTask. 6.  Send Periodic Updates Another way to reach inbox zero is by switching communication from email to a chat tool like Slack or HipChat. Communicating via chat channels can save a lot of time, as, without all the typical email niceties, quick queries are far more efficient. As a result, teams like We Brand Creative are making the jump to Slack for both internal and external communication. In addition, via the Slack and HipChat Zaps  you can send automated updates on project progression to your chosen chat channel.  With Slack, you can set up a Zap that delivers a digest of completed MeisterTask tasks to your chosen chat. You can select to send these on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. By setting up a Slack channel for each project, agencies simply need to choose how frequently theyd like to send updates,  et voila! Begin enjoying periodic project updates, without having to write a single email. And if your team is using HipChat, there’s a Zap for that too! With the HipChat Zap, your team will be sent an automatic message every time a task is completed.   So those are six ways that your team can provide a stellar service, with less of the legwork. Have any time-saving tips of your own for agencies or consultancies?  We’d love to hear them in the comments below! Get started with an automated workflow Sign up to MeisterTask Its free! Sign up to MeisterTask 6 Task Automations to Make Your Agency More Productive - Focus Keeping your clients in the loop is an essential part of any successful consultancy project. However, check-up meetings, metric reports, and email exchanges can take up a lot of time. With task automations,  you can say goodbye to unnecessary admin and hello to a simpler, more productive workflow. We spoke with four agencies and consultancies about how theyre running their client projects in a transparent, communicative way using task manager MeisterTask and automation tool Zapier. With Zapier connecting over 750 apps via their so-called Zaps, teams are running great projects in MeisterTask, without letting periodic updates take over their daily to-dos. Here’s how these agencies are streamlining their projects using  MeisterTask and Zapier: 1. Never Miss an Appointment with an Automated Calendar Bradley Ellison, the Director and General Manager of Equitem, a consultancy based in Perth, Australia, has a choc-a-bloc schedule packed out with client visits. To get all dates in one place, the team use the Google Calendar integration with Zapier to turn their calendar events into tasks within MeisterTask. For each new client, the team creates a new Project Board for that consultancy partnership. Then, as soon as a new calendar event is added to Google Calendar, a relevant task is created within the linked MeisterTask Project via  the Zap. As a result, all upcoming appointments are listed within their  Upcoming Tasks and via the MeisterTask Calendar View. This allows the team to see what meetings are coming up and for who,  as each appointment is a task assigned to the relevant team member. As Bradley shares, Equitem save time by not switching between multiple programs to view their upcoming meetings or communicate: “It’s incredibly easy to update our team via the embedded communication features. The fact that the tools are accessible from anywhere, on any device, means we can keep everyone on the same page, even when out at external meetings.” Get all your dates in one place, using the Calendar to MeisterTask Zap: 2. Collate Your Metrics Automatically As a digital marketing agency, Peritive  need to provide regular updates to their clients on project and campaign progression. Managing Partner Adam Hyucke  shares how the team collates metrics automatically to make this process more productive: “Many of our clients, whether dental, medical, or legal, schedule staff meetings on a certain day of the month. Knowing this, we use ‘Zaps’ to collect the necessary performance metrics from our team to debrief our clients in a timely fashion.”   To prepare for client meetings, teams can use the MeisterTask to  Google Sheets Zap, to collate all relevant data. The Google Sheets Zap automatically collates MeisterTask tasks in a Google Sheet, as they’re completed. This allows teams to quickly present a spreadsheet of completed tasks to clients, evidencing their progress. Other performance metrics, such as those collated from Google Analytics on marketing campaigns, can then be added alongside this task archive, ready to share with the client. 3. Set Recurring Reminders for Daily To-Dos If there are to-dos that your agency needs to periodically complete, you can set up a recurring task within MeisterTask. Recurring tasks act as periodic reminders on a daily, weekly or yearly basis. Digital marketing agency  Peritive  use recurring tasks when coming up with a foolproof social media calendar for each client: “Each week we rely on Zapier and MeisterTask to automate our client workflow. We schedule as much as we can, including our social media and content calendars, ad campaigns and SEO checks,” says Adam. “Using MeisterTask Zaps we’re able to stay on point for our clients while saving several hours per week.” For example, the team can set up a daily reminder via the MeisterTask Zap to check each social media account on a daily basis, and respond or update accordingly: By setting up a schedule of recurring tasks for all of your marketing to-dos, theres no need to schedule regular reminders manually. The reminders also help to ensure that no to-dos will slip  through the gaps: 4. Create a Transparent  Project Plan By inviting your clients to a shared Project Board in MeisterTask, you can provide your clients with a clear project roadmap. Plus, by keeping them in the loop every step of the way, you can  cut down on catch-up calls and in-person meetings. Digital agency  We Brand Creative create a new MeisterTask Project Board for every new client they work with. The team then invite their client to collaborate in the Project, sharing project progression with the client transparently. Each Project Board includes all pre-agreed tasks and the stage that those tasks are at in their journey to completion. So, for example, the team have a Section for In Progress *Client Name*.  This Section will include all tasks that are in progress but are currently with the client for feedback. This feedback can then be given within any attached documents  or via the in-built task commenting features. As Wouter Zwarekant, the Creative Director at We Brand Creative, shares, this enables the agency to collaborate with their clients efficiently: “We’ve long been looking for a tool that allows us to work with our clients in an accessible way.  With MeisterTask we can simply provide clients with access to the relevant Project, and because MeisterTask can be used via the web, mobile, and desktop apps, it’s a solution that every client can work with.” Discover a more productive workflow Sign up to MeisterTask Its free! Sign up to MeisterTask Hint: You can also time track tasks To provide the client with more overview, these transparent tasks can be time tracked using the Toggl integration, via Zapier. Toggl offers a simple online timer that lets you track the time you spend on each task, automatically generating timesheets. Teams can use these automated timesheets as evidence for how long tasks have taken, within client activity reports. If you’re using Harvest for time tracking and client invoicing, try using the MeisterTask with Harvest integration. You can now utilize Harvest’s time tracking, reporting, and billing functions, without having to switch between tools. 5. Turn Emails into Action With emails flooding in from clients, colleagues, and stakeholders on a daily basis, your inbox can really take a hit. Aaron Roberts, Innovation Coach at Mason City Schools, shares how he stays focused on tasks within his consultancy role: “My job as the Innovation Coach is similar to the work of a consultant. Teachers are my clients, so I have a great deal of teacher questions rolling into my inbox,” Aaron explains. To help him manage these emails, Aaron set up a Zap that turns labeled Gmail messages into MeisterTask tasks. For example, by labeling an email as “Middle school teacher needs,” the email is added to that Project in MeisterTask. “I can be an emailaholic,” Aaron says. “Thankfully, MeisterTask keeps our team out of our email and focused on the bigger picture, while still managing the day-to-day client needs.” To help achieve inbox zero, try setting up your own Gmail to MeisterTask Zap: Don’t use Gmail? No problem. You can still use the convert emails into tasks feature  within MeisterTask. 6.  Send Periodic Updates Another way to reach inbox zero is by switching communication from email to a chat tool like Slack or HipChat. Communicating via chat channels can save a lot of time, as, without all the typical email niceties, quick queries are far more efficient. As a result, teams like We Brand Creative are making the jump to Slack for both internal and external communication. In addition, via the Slack and HipChat Zaps  you can send automated updates on project progression to your chosen chat channel.  With Slack, you can set up a Zap that delivers a digest of completed MeisterTask tasks to your chosen chat. You can select to send these on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. By setting up a Slack channel for each project, agencies simply need to choose how frequently theyd like to send updates,  et voila! Begin enjoying periodic project updates, without having to write a single email. And if your team is using HipChat, there’s a Zap for that too! With the HipChat Zap, your team will be sent an automatic message every time a task is completed.   So those are six ways that your team can provide a stellar service, with less of the legwork. Have any time-saving tips of your own for agencies or consultancies?  We’d love to hear them in the comments below! Get started with an automated workflow Sign up to MeisterTask Its free! Sign up to MeisterTask

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Simon as an Ambassador for Self-Realization “Lord of the...

The trials and tribulations all humans face becomes prominent as each individual succumbs to evil in attempts of recreating his or her lost civilization. Out of each dark moment the individual faces, flourishes a new state of human consciousness that is consistent in revealing one’s true nature. In the Lord of the Flies, the transition the three young boys make into adulthood is evident as their significance and their newfound identity becomes more pronounced. Simon’s particular incident involves his encounter with the ‘Lord of the Flies’, where he comes to terms with the innate evil that resides within all humanity, causing him to be an ambassador for self-realization. Ralph’s test of faith and leadership comes with the recognition that†¦show more content†¦There was no solemn assembly for debate nor dignity of the conch† (196). At this point, Jack has the total control of the island, showing that the savage part of humanity has succe eded. After his consciousness evolves, the light of humanity is seen through Ralph’s trials and tribulations, revealing his nature as a civilized leader. Throughout the novel, Ralph symbolizes order, structure and leadership. Nevertheless, he has faced many trials that test his faith, proving that he is a classic example of a person that is a product of his society’s morals and values. In a world that demands individuals to conduct themselves according to the values and morals imposed by the society, it is often difficult to find those that exhibit an innate sense of compassion. Simon is a character that proves to be ‘one with nature’ and shows an immediate liking to his new environment. Therefore, when the others resorted to savagery, he still had not lost his gentleness and compassion. His encounter with the Lord of the Flies exposes the truth about the beast and as a result, causes his consciousness to evolve. This reveals his true nature as a kindhearted and an honest person. 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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

How Is the Image of Darkness Used and Developed Throughout...

In Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth’, the image of darkness is used and developed throughout for many dramatic purposes. The tragic play is set in Scotland in the 11th Century and highlights the key idea of darkness. In Elizabethan England, night air was said to be impure and it was the air in which evils were most free since it was not purged by the sunshine. Shakespeare uses the dark imagery to create a mysterious and gloomy atmosphere. It also manipulates the audience’s emotions by evoking an emotional response. Furthermore, it is used to develop the characters and show how they change. There are many reasons for the repeated motif as it is a very powerful metaphor. The darkness imagery in Macbeth contributes to its ominous and†¦show more content†¦Further in the play when Lady Macbeth descends into madness, she insists on always having a candle or, light about her as if the light might protect her against the evil forces. These worlds all create images which allow the audience to picture the scene. Along with emotive words to evoke emotion, they also help to develop the characters. Darkness develops the characters and this can be seen throughout their actions. Macbeths first encounter with the witches involves them releasing the darkness within him. They prompt his ambition to be king. Banquo calls the weird sisters instruments of darkness, but Macbeth still decides to take their advice and therefore, also their darkness. They plant the thought in him that he could be king if Duncan died. Over the next few acts, thunder stirs up the evil released. Like the witches, Lady Macbeth also has a role in releasing the dark ambitions of Macbeth. Macbeth is very reluctant to react on his instincts to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is able to eventually convince him to commit the act. Macbeth soon slips into madness after killing Duncan and cannot sleep. 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Dialogue Free Essays

Receptionist : Taman Negara Resort Hotel. Good Morning, can I help you? Encik Mansor :Good Morning, this is Encik Mansor. I would like to make a reservation for four days three nights. We will write a custom essay sample on Dialogue or any similar topic only for you Order Now Can you tell give me the exact location of the hotel? Receptionist : Oh,ya! Our resort is located right within Malaysia’s premier national park. It is a natural sanctuary set in the best kept natural Rainforest overlooking the Tembeling and Tahan rivers. Encik Mansor :OK. Look like very interesting . What is the best way travel from Kuala Lumpur to yours resort? Receptionist: To get to our resort, from Kuala Lumpur you will have to take the Kuantan Highway, it will take about 3 hours 30 minutes to Kuala Tahan ( Taman Negara). Drive right ahead to Kuala Tahan. After about 2 hours on the road look for the junction to the left to Rainforest Resort. Alternatively, if you intend to travel by boat, proceed on to Kuala Tembeling Jetty Point you can park your car at Kuala Tembeling. Encik Mansor: Wao! The journey is so far! Receptionist: Ya, The total journey from Kuala Lumpur to Mutiara Taman Negara Resort will take approximately 7 hours. Encik Mansor:It doesn’t matter. Then I have three children will belong us go to the trip, so what activities that can attract my children at the resort? Receptionist: How old are they? Encik Mansor:They are all below 12 years old. Receptionist: There have a park who are called ( Native Orange) stay at Kampung bong. Inside the park, there have several types of birds , their numbers reach about 350 type of rare tropical birds. In addition, you also can bring your children visiting Kg. Orang Asli. Orang Asli is the local natives, they are gentle folk who lead a nomadic lifestyle in Taman Negara. At there, you can see how they making fire in a traditional way and try their hunting weapon – blow pipe. At night,there have experience night jungle walk with nature guide, visit Tahan Hide and see the nocturnal animals come alive. Encik Mansor:For my children, Is it their activities are safety? Receptionist:Of course! Oh Ya! There have also a interesting activity called Canopy walk. It give an experience on the longest suspension bridge in the world, there is about 510M long and 45M above the ground level . You must bring your children go over there ,because when you walk on the top of the forest, you can enjoy the flora and fauna along the canopy. I think it is the best experience is yours life! Encik Mansor: Good job! That is why I want bring my children go over there. Then, how about for adult? Receptionist: For those people, you can try the jungle trekking. It is along the most adventures trail about 1. 7Km to Bukit Teresek, takes about 30 minutes to 45 minutes to reach its peak. In additional, you also can exploring cave. Inside the cave, there have various bats, racer snakes and many fascinating insects. If you want to play some water activities, rapid shooting is the best choice, that is because rapid shooting is an exhilarating ride that faces seven rapids along Tembeling River. On the way back, if you want to swim in crystal clear water, you may ask the boat to stop at one of the beautiful streams. Encik Mansor : So many activity that we can join. I think it is quite good for us. So,how much are the rooms? Receptionist:Now, we have a promotion for family package. Family suites available for RM 350. It just for 2 adult and 2 children . If you need a extra bed, It is RM60 per each. Encik Mansor : That is great ! So,I need a family suite and a extra bed! The total is RM410 is it? Receptionist : Ya,that is right! Encik Mansor : Is it have swimming pool in the resort? Receptionist : Yes. In our resort, that also have restaurant, bar, Library, Laundry, Mini market , Souvenier shop, Entertainment room, gym room, it is very convenient. Encik Mansor : I will been there at December 3 to December 6,totally for 4 days, can I booking now? Receptionist: Ya,of course! I will booking for you . So anything else? Encik Mansor : No. Receptionist : Very thank you for your reservation and hope you have a nice day. Encik Mansor : You are welcome! Receptionist : Good Bye ! Encik Mansor : Good Bye ! How to cite Dialogue, Essay examples

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Volpone monologue for men Essay Example For Students

Volpone monologue for men Essay A monologue from the play by Ben Jonson NOTE: This monologue is reprinted from Volpone (1605). CORVINO: Death of mine honour, with the citys fool! A juggling, tooth-drawing, prating mountebank! And at a public window! where, whilst he, With his strained action, and his dole of faces, To his drug-lecture draws your itching ears, A crew of old, unmarried, noted lechers Stood leering up like satyrs; and you smile Most graciously, and fan your favours forth, To give your hot spectators satisfaction! What, was your mountebank their call? their whistle? Or were y enamoured on his copper rings? His saffron jewel with the toad-stone int? Or his embroidered suit, with the cope-stitch, Made of a hearse-cloth? or his old tilt-feather? Or his starched beard? Well, you shall have him, yes! He shall come home, and minister unto you The fricace of the mother. Or, let me see, I think youd rather mount; would you not mount? Why, if youll mount, you may; yes, truly, you may! And so you may be seen, down to th foot. Get you a cittern, Lady Vanity, And be a dealer with the virtuous man; Make one. Ill but protest myself a cuckold, And save your dowry. Im a Dutchman, I! For if you thought me an Italian, You would be damned ere you did this, you whore! Thoudst tremble to imagine that the murder Of father, mother, brother, all thy race, Should follow, as the subject of my justice! I should strike this steel into thee, with as many stabs As thou wert gazed upon with goatish eyes! You were an actor, with your handkerchief, Which he most sweetly kissed in the receipt, And might, no doubt, return it with a letter, And point the place where you might meetyour sisters, Your mothers, or your aunts might serve the turn. And therefore mark me: thy restraint before Was liberty To what I now decree. First, I will have this bawdy light damned up; And tillt be done, some two or three yards off, Ill chalk a line, oer which if thou but chance To set thy desprate foot, more hell, more horror, More wild remorseless rage shall seize on thee, Than on a conjuror that had heedless left His circles safety ere his devil was laid. Then, heres a lock which I will hang upon thee; And, now I think ont, I will keep thee backwards; Thy lodging shall be backwards, thy walks backwards, Thy prospect all be backwards, and no pleasure, That thou shalt know, but backwards. Nay, since you force My honest nature, know it is your own Being too open, makes me use you thus; Since you will not contain your subtle nostrils In a sweet room, but they must snuff the air Of rank and sweaty passengers! We will write a custom essay on Volpone monologue for men specifically for you for only $16.38 $13.9/page Order now

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Deciduous essays

Deciduous essays Coniferous, Temperate, and Deciduous Forests Deciduous forests are apart of the seven major Earth biomes. They are located in the eastern half of the United States, Canada, Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan. They have rich soil, and a large diversity of animal and plant species. Starting in the fall, their leaves change color; then they fall to the ground for the winter, and in the spring, bud and re-grow, starting the process over again. Through out the seasons, the temperature greatly varies. This biome has very cold winters and hot summers. Deciduous forests are homes to many animals like the Black Bear, Fox, Brown Bear, Cardinal, Gray Squirrel, and Raccoon. Each animal must have special adaptations to live in this biome. Many animals hibernate through out the long and cold winters. Some examples would be both bears and squirrels. In addition to hibernation, bears also have thick fur coats to keep them warm. In the fall the squirrels collect and burry nuts for food during the winter. There are also many plant specie s in this biome. Plants like the Burning Bush, Dogwood, Fringe Tree, Fragrant Sumac, Ginkgo, Oaks, Sassafras, and Sweet Gum are located here. All of the former mentioned loose their leaves in the winter, making them deciduous. Because the dead leaves fall to the ground, many decomposers can be found in deciduous forests. Decomposers like mushrooms, ants and termites are very common in these forests. These decomposers change the leaves into nutrients causing the soil to be very rich and good for plants. This generally causes a thick under canopy in the forest. Many small plants and vines grow here as well. The deciduous forest has a climate with both extremes, hot and cold. The average temperature is 50 degrees F, but this varies. Temperatures of 0 and lower (winter months) to temperatures above 100 (summer months) have been recorded. This average rainfall for this biome is 30 - 60 inches a year; most of which is...

Monday, March 2, 2020

Free English Essay

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