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    In the story "So Much Water So Close To Home" a young girl is raped, killed and found in a river where four men are fishing. What makes this story interesting is that after discovering the body they did not report it until after they left, three days later. When one of the men who discovered her, the husband of the narrator, Stuart returns home he doesn't tell his wife about the incident until the following morning. Because of this, Claire believes that all men are responsible for the murder of

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    HIV and AIDS - We are Close to a Cure

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    HIV and AIDS - We are Close to a Cure AIDS is a major disease that has threatened the world's population but many scientists believe that a cure is in sight. These scientists say they have developed a vaccine that will cure a dying AIDS patient. They also believe that have created a vaccine that will prevent a person from contracting the virus. AIDS stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Acquired stands for that the disease is not hereditary but develops after birth from contact with

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    Speeding up the close

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    “Speeding up the close” The article I choose to review is “Speeding up the close” by Gaye van den Hombergh and Laurie Streling from the magazine Financial Executive June 2004 issue. Companies with a 12-month accounting period otherwise known as a fiscal year are coming up with alternative ways to reduce time and speed up the process to meet the impending 60-day deadline. This article discusses fiscal year and the abilities of companies to close the books quickly to access real-time financial results

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    “Don’t tell God how big your problems are. Tell your problems how big your God is.” I recently heard the quote, “Don’t tell God how big your problems are. Tell your problems how big your God is,” at a Catholic youth conference I was at. The moment I heard the quote, I loved it. To me, this quote means to overcome a problem you stumble upon, you need to realize that God already knows all of your problems, and he will help you overcome them. The summer of 2012, I went to New Orleans on a mission trip

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    Political Rap and Boogie Down Productions

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    B-D-P's asceticism had an edge that made it strangely attractive. I wish to explore this ambiguity. K-R-S One was the guiding force of B-D-P, writing its lyrics and producing its albums. He is generally regarded as the popular artist who, along with Chuck D of Public Enemy, politicized rap in the middle 'eighties. It is well known that popular rap was capable of political content from its earliest beginnings. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five released both "The Message" (1982) and "White Lines"

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    sure you all know this, but Ill spell it out anyway: Tom Hanks plays a man named Chuck. Chuck is a workaholic problem-solver for FedEx who, because of the importance of his job, can fly off to Russia without so much as packing a bag. Obsessed with his work, he ignores the love of his girlfriend, Kelly (Helen Hunt). She wants marriage, she wants kids, she wants a life with him. But Chuck wont commit. Soon enough Chuck is on a plane that crashes into the ocean and washes up on a deserted island. Now

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    Turning a Mild Steel Bar

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    thimble. The reading of the micrometer is outlined in the diagram found on the following pages of this document. The First part of the task was to give one end of the bar a smooth finish, this was done by fixing the bar into the lathe using the chuck key, then positioning the tool piece as near to the centre of the bar as possible then shaping off a small amount of material, it is important to get the tool piece in the correct position as if it is too high or too low it will miss part of the

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    Confucius and Confucianism

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    China is a country with a vast cultural and historical background. It is a country with four billon people with extreme cultural diversity, which is nourished by different philosophies of its own. These philosophies are the beginning ideas of Chinese morality and spiritual belief, which were enriched by different intellectual heroes like Confucius. Confucius was born in 551 B.C at the end of the Chou dynasty as a descendent of dispossessed noble family. “His ancestors were of lesser aristocracy

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    The Bike Ride

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    The darkness loomed above me, the few remaining stars twinkling sporatically, as if the emptiness was snuffing them out. I waved goodbye to my friends at the comic store, my usual stop on Thursday nights. I grabbed my bike and began pedaling, pysching myself up for the arduous journey home. After a short time I entered the maze-like development aptly named "Fireside." I rode my bike at a carefree pace, after all I had taken this route at least once a week. Besides that, York, Penn., is the most

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    The Cuban Embargo: An Economic Sanction that Never Achieved its Goals. Close, But No Cigar. History of Events Before beginning my paper, I will give a very brief summary of the actions which caused the original embargo against Cuba in 1960 and the actions the US has taken since then. Reviewing this brief timeline will help to examine and critique the reasoning behind the embargo. In the early 20th century, Cuba was a nation in constant political turmoil ruled by militant dictators. Prior

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