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The plan, as Faber condenses it is, "The salamander devours its own tail." When Montag goes to Faber's home, he doesn't have a clear plan of attack. He tells Faber that they… need to print some extra copies of books. He seems to have no plan after that, but Faber, jokingly adds that maybe they could make copies of books, plant the books in the homes of firemen, then turn in an alarm on those firemen so they'd be arrested and "the seeds of suspicion would be sown among the arsonists." Faber balks and to convince him to help with the plan, Montag begins to rip the pages from the Bible that he has. Faber then tells Montag that he knows a printer with an old printing press who might be able to print up a few copies of books. Faber wants to wait until the war begins and wipes out some of the problem though. Montag is going to go home to get some money to pay the printer, so Faber gives him the two-way radio seashell so that Faber can talk to Montag to help guide him and he can also him to what is said around Montag, particularly by Beatty.
A master plan can be devised for all of these things. Typically, however, plans of this type are made to achieve long term goals.
What type of A master plan is devised for a emergencies b investment c short term goals d long term goals?
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The elderly General Winfield Scott. At the time, there was no 'credit' attached to this scheme. It was derided everywhere, because nobody expected it to be a long war. But in …the end, the North had to adopt a plan very similar.
Frederick W. Taylor
He devised several plans. If you're talking about the troll scene from the movie, An Unexpected Journey, he came up with reasons why the trolls shouldn't eat the dwarves, …such as them having parasites. The intention was to keep them occupied until the sun shone on them and turned them to stone. If you're talking about the part with the elves of Mirkwood in the second movie, The Desolation of Smaug, and in the book, he stole the keys and led all the dwarves to an area with some empty barrels, and pushed a lever to release them into the river below. If you're talking about the part with the Arkenstone in the third movie, The Battle of Five Armies, and in the book, he decides to take the Arkenstone to Thranduil (the elven king of Mirkwood) and Bard as his share of the treasure, and gives it to them so that they can trade it to Thorin in exchange for a share in the treasure of the Lonely Mountain, therefore avoiding war.
Mae's window frame right straight out of the wall, bars and all and she can climb through. or when Mae climbs out the window, winnie I'll climb in and take her pla…ce
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A master plan can be created for all these things. Typically, however, master plans are created for long-term goals.
Charles W. Macune
Probably a prank on girls from a girl's opinion.
Friar Lawrence makes a sleeping potion for her. It will make her look like she is dead. Then, after she is buried, Romeo will dig her up and she will wake. Then, they will run… away together.
The Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto .