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Their father was a tricycle driver who relied on a boundary system because he did not own a tricycle, and their mother was a dressmaker who worked wholesale.
“Take time to think about your personal and professional goals. Reflect as well on what it means to be an engineer in this ever-changing world and, more importantly, what it means to be a fully contributing member of society.”