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    gave him a reassuring pat on the shoulder with a hand that had a 5 carat diamond ring. The tight backless, red dress hugged her every curve. Her height was close to six feet, thanks to the 6 inch stiletto high heels on her feet. “Big Tony, I got the little bitch. Goose said. “You will not believe it. She was headed back to her apartment like nothing was happening. Like she didn't know the whole city is looking for her. News guy calling her freaking Eva Destruction or some shit.” He chuckled. Tony

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    Mother Teresa

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    Mother Teresa was a regular woman that was born with the name Agnes Bojaxhui on August 26, 1910 in what is now the Republic of Macedonia. Her parents’ names were Nikola and Drana. Her father was a merchant. Agnes was the youngest of three children. She had a sister named Aga who was born in 1904 and her brother named Lazar was born in 1907. Agnes and Aga were very close. The three of them were Albanian and grew up in the city of Skopje. Her and her siblings attended a school that was attached to

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    The Catcher And The Rye

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    phony. Holden says that on visitation day the headmaster will pay no attention to the corny-looking parents. Holden portrays his not being interested by saying, “all you do is study so that you can learn enough to be smart enough to buy a goddam Cadillac someday, and you have to keep making believe you give a damn if the football team loses”(131, Ch. 17). Holden does not care for school or money. He just wants everyone to be sincere and honest. Holden's obsession with phonies causes him to have no

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    Nelly

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    In the summer of 2000, Cornell "Nelly" Haynes Jr. did the unbelievable. Nelly, an unknown rapper from St. Louis, Missouri, sold over a quarter of a million copies of his debut album, Country Grammar during its first week of release. On the strength of his first single "Country Grammar (Hot . . .)," the album would spend seven weeks atop the Billboard 200 chart. His subsequent hits, "E.I." and "Ride Wit Me," would push the album to over 9 million units sold domestically. Not bad for a kid no one had

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    Robert Merton’s Theory of Anomie It is rightfully argued that crime, whether or not in a contemporary society, is an extremely complex and multi-faceted Phenomena that has puzzled academics for many years. Theories that aim to rationalise the causes of crime and understand the origin of criminal behaviour are often criticised for being too biased or deterministic in their research studies. Many have been of great influence and seen to explain (to an extent) the cause of crime

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    Jan. 2018 The College Drop Out I was a college drop out. At the age of nineteen, in an epiphany of infinite wisdom, I walked off the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus. I was going to work as a medical secretary for a hot, young vascular surgeon. I was bypassing school. I didn’t think going to school to be a writer seemed realistic anymore. My family in the fire department thought I should give up being “artsy-fartsy” and go be a nurse

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    HOW CAN WE STOP THE ABUSE OF THE AMERICAN WELFARE SYSTEM? It is well known that the Social Security Act of 1935 created a federally financed and federally administered retirement insurance program for people who had worked in certain sectors of the economy and had paid payroll taxes on their wages. What is less known is that the Act also created a federally financed but state-administered program called Aid to Dependent Children (“ADC,” later to become Aid to Families with Dependent Children, or

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    On the Run - Fiction

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    On the Run - Fiction The man, lying face down on the ground appeared to be dead. The mugger was on the floor after a blow I gave him to the head. It was there like a log, not moving at all. There was blood rushing out like a fast flowing river. I noticed the man had a briefcase and it was slightly open. I stared at the case; I could see something bright enclosed, curiosity drew me closer, and I snatched the case. I opened it to find a goldmine. Enclosed were around ten keys of cocaine

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    Nation of Islam in the Light of Elijah Muhammad In 1961 James Baldwin met Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam movement at the time. Baldwin’s experience within the Christian Church prior to his meeting with Elijah helped him analyze the Nation of Islam. This also allowed him to draw parallels between the Nation of Islam movement and the Christian Church. How James Baldwin understood the way the Christian Church worked, and a close look at the Nation of Islam, brings to light

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    There are many reasons to question the goodness of Obama’s proposed health care bill. However, by looking at the bill closed-minded, the true potential is never seen. Of course continuing with the current United States health care system is always an option, but without reforming the system, expecting to see higher costs is inevitable. One thing that Americans need to strive for is making health care more affordable, which is the key to making the United States health care system sustainable once

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