Making a good first impression is incredibly important, because you only get one shot at it. The awful truth is that most people will judge you within the first eight seconds of meeting you and will most like never change. They last well beyond that moment.
There have been many attempts to save the whooping crane, an endangered species of crane. One of these includes "Operation Migration. The operation was designed to save the whooping crane. They helped the birds migrate to Florida by disguising a plane to look like one of the birds. They flew along with the flock, guiding them to where they were supposed to go. When they arrived they were put into a "release pen." The release pen just so happened to also be near the Gibbs' house. Being near humans and getting comfortable with them isn't good for the cranes, so representatives from Operation Migration told Mrs. Gibbs about the situation, asking her to remove the feeders from her backyard. She refused to move the feeders because her husband was suffering from Alzheimer's, and loved seeing the whooping cranes because it brought him joy. The story didn't get to the scientist's, but they had to back down in the end.
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The best strategy you can use to clarify the concept of elective franchise is option 4: Use context clues within the sentence itself.
The sentence that includes the term "elective franchise" provides you with the following clues: "<em>this first right of a citizen</em>" and "<em>leaving her without represenation in the halls of legislation</em>". These clues help you understand the meaning of elective franchise. Thus, the concept can be explained as the right a citizen has to vote and to be represented.