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Jason Greenberg

Writer, Editor, Educator, and Researcher

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As an editor and educator with experience in teaching and linguistics, I desire to apply my professional background to challenging roles in research, writing, publishing, and education. I have worked in editing and proofreading for five years, and I have taught students of all ages in the humanities and STEM subjects for six years. I graduated from Vassar College in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in drama and education, and I earned my Master of Arts degree in linguistics from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in 2017.

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The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
From Rochel to Rose and Mendel to Max: First Name Americanization Patterns Among...

There has been a dearth of investigation into the distribution of and the alterations among Jewish given names. Whereas Jewish surnames are a popular topic of study, first names receive far less analysis. Because Jewish immigrants to the United States frequently changed their names, this thesis can serve as a guide to genealogists and other scholars seeking to trace the paths of Jewish immigrants from Europe.

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Teach Dental Implant-Retained Dentures Webpage Text

Edentulism, the loss of one or more teeth, can be a difficult experience to endure. Not only is there a psychological toll that missing teeth and an incomplete smile can take, but there are physiological consequences that can manifest as well. When a tooth is lost, the onus of biting and chewing is placed on the remaining teeth to a greater degree, and if multiple teeth have fallen out, the teeth that are still present will have to work twice as hard to achieve the same effect of which a full...

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Accelerate Now Digital Marketing Geo-Fencing Webpage Text

Geo-fencing is a means for businesses to increase their revenue by tracking mobile devices’ locations and providing targeted advertisements. Similar to how borders divide land among countries and how surveys detail the boundary lines of real estate, a geo-fence is a virtual polygon that advertises to those who walk through its invisible perimeter. Unlike surveys and borders, however, geo-fences are both flexible and able to be overlapped. A geo-fence can be placed and sized according to the...

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Scheer Immigration Pathways to Citizenship Blog Post Text

The United States has long opened its doors to many immigrants from all around the world, but though immigrants form part of the US’s backbone, it is not easy to immigrate. Many visitors to the US do not wish to immigrate, and there are legal alternatives for them to be able to stay in the US for longer than a brief vacation. Read on to learn more about the documents that you will require in order to spend an extended stay in the US.

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Douglas Hamill Dental Bridges Webpage Text

The bridge is one of several types of prostheses that equalize pressure in the mouth. Bridges are false teeth that, when inserted into a gap, give the appearance of a full smile. However, superficial appeal is not the sole reason to request a bridge; when a tooth falls out, the surrounding teeth must work harder to bite and chew, creating greater strain and potentially weakening these teeth. Our teeth work together to complete a variety of daily functions, such as speaking and eating, and...

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Teach Dental Veneers Webpage Text

Despite our best efforts, our smiles can lose their luster over time. Teeth can become discolored due to dietary choices, crowns can wear away from grinding and daily use, and cavities can have complications that linger on the enamel. One option for restoring a smile to its optimal appearance is the installation of veneers. Dental veneers are not a permanent fix for any underlying condition that has affected the strength and health of teeth, and they are not recommended for individuals who...

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