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    TOPIC 2: JOOVY ROOM 2 PORTABLE PLAY YARD REVIEW The Joovy Room is a playard that is bigger than other playards seen on the market. This playard is so large that there is room for the infant/toddler to play and have a play gym in the playard as well. It has mesh sides and a steel frame with aluminum tubing. It is a basic design, but is stable and durable. This playard has a heavily padded floor, which is perfect for naptime. The Joovy Room 2 can be easily set up or tore town, which makes it the

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    Christian Thoughts

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    LONG AGO, or maybe not so long ago, there was a tribe in a dark, cold cavern. The cave dwellers would huddle together and cry against the chill. Loud and long they wailed. It was all they did. It was all they knew to do. The sounds in the cave were mournful, but the people didn’t know it, for had never known life. But then, one day, they heard a different voice. “I have heard your cries,” it announced. “I have felt your chill and seen your darkness. I have come to help.” The cave people grew quiet

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    Ancestor Report

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    Mary Gobble Pay This paper is about my ancestor, Mary Gobble Pay. I don’t know much about her, but I do know at least part of the story of her crossing the plains. I also know a little about her trip to America across the sea. She had to push through some pretty rough stuff! I am not going to give much away, but I will tell you a few things, then explain later. (So, sorry if you don’t understand something yet.) She had frost bite, she lost her sister, brother, and mother. She also had to cut off

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    Wind howling. Trees swaying. Birds singing. Daffodils grew in profusion across the forest floor. This serene forest was filled today with happiness, peace, and playful creatures chasing each other. Everything was perfect. However, Tiffany, who lived in a small cottage, possessed in her heart only an inkling of all this joy because usually the forest was dark and gloomy. She was used to the darkness, the bare trees, the thunder, the lightning, and the owls’ hooting. To Tiffany, the forest today just

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    Evaluation of a live Production Blood Brothers Blood Brothers was written by Willy Russell, It was first performed at the Liverpool Playhouse in January 1983. It is a musical / comedy drama set in Liverpool in the 1980’s. We went to see it at the Phoenix Theatre. When we were on our way to see the production I was quite excited and was looking forward to it very much as I had been told by some pupils at my school it was very good. When we arrived at the theatre and sat down in our seats

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    Lost Illusions, Bitter Wisdom and Fragile Hope in The Tempest Is Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, a drama of lost illusions, bitter wisdom and fragile hope? Before this question can be considered, one first has to interpret these terms. Perhaps "bitter wisdom" and "fragile hope" are fairly simple concepts to understand, "lost illusions" is somewhat less clear, particularly in the case of The Tempest. There are three main interpretations of "lost illusions" that could be made. The first

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    Psychological Breakdown in Strindberg's The Father *Works Cited Not Included In Strindberg's The Father, we witness a string of actions that brings a sane and happy man to the point of utter lunacy in the span of twenty-four hours. While I think the play as a whole is less convincing in terms of its naturalism (perhaps very much due to the way it immediately dates itself), it does very fluidly connect the actions bringing about this psychological breakdown. To begin, the Captain lives in a house

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    The Thin Red Line

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    The Thin Red Line During the blood-stained war of the novel The Thin Red Line a theme is presented, "Only the courageous and emotionally strong-willed survive." Throughout the storyline, the army of men parading through Guadalcanal are bombarded with unpredictable situations and odds. Only the men with courage at their backs and their heads screwed on straight can get through this chaos. The timid, scared stiff ones will not get out alive, but the ones who swallow their nerves can

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    I walked into our basement, my parents built a fully functional lab down there, we even had our own telescope. We had three actually from different countries. It was a spacious room, white walls covered mostly with maps of all the places we’ve traveled to, I walked over to my favorite one, it was a blown up version of the one in the book me and my parents drew out together. ‘My Very Excellent Mother Just Made Us Nine Pizzas’ I said. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Pluto. I

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    Since multiplayer games have existed, free online games have been quite popular. Although all games are different, the genre of League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA). Other games that are similar to League of Legends include Dota, Heroes of Newerth, and Smite. So why is League of Legends so popular? League of Legends is very popular because of how many different stages it has. Although the first stage of the game is the early game, there is much more to do before you play

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