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    Short Story On Pumpkins

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    Suddenly it shook, the pump-WAIT! Huh, what do you want?! Also, you just ruined the story! *Sigh* Hey, it's not my fault you just started in the middle of the story!!! Well, we can do something li-Ponies riding stuff *Little Laughter*, na just joking… Um… got any ideas? Not really, wait I think I got one… Once upon a time, a girl named Hai lived her life working on a pumpkin farm… One day, a scientist came and stop by and willing to ask if he can take a few pumpkins, although she was stubborn she

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    Tevin William Story

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    the crazy neighbor on the end of the street that your parents told you to avoid ? All the older kids made up scary stories and the younger ones never dared to venture too close. We had a home like that on our street , the crazy old man that own that house was Mr. William. He was seen too often, maybe once or twice a week taking out his trash or checking his mailbox . No one ever spoke a word to him with the crazy rumors going around you couldn’t really blame them. Tevin William’s story starts in a

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    The Success Story of Adam Sparks Izzy Schiffer Adam Sparks is one of my uncle’s very good friends from high school. He was a competitive kettlebell lifter and a successful business manager who loved to travel. While on a trip to Nicaragua to visit a friend, Adam was swimming and boating 40 miles off the coast. He was in some shallow water when he dunked his head underwater. In a freak accident, he hit his head on a rock, breaking his neck instantly. He was facedown in the water, completely paralyzed

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    family, but the Carter and Washington families as well. The Stratford Hall was built by Thomas Lee in the late 1730’s after he purchased the land in 1717. No records exist to indicate who the architect was who designed the Stratford Hall or when the house was built.

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    relevance in the society. For instance the works emphasised on the place of members of the different genders in the society. this paper focuses on the role of women and their proper conduct as portrayed by William Shakespeare’s Othello, Henrik Ibsen`s Doll House and Edward Bok`s El Santo Americano. William Shakespeare`s Othello is a tragedy written in the 17th century. The play is about a Venetian army general whose life and matrimonial union was destroyed by his cunning and envious soldier. The two main

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    Barbara Millicent Roberts: Barbie

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    her height has remained rather irrelevant through her 55 years of being alive, Barbie has been produced with several different feminine physiques and many different skin colors in an attempt to satisfy outraged people. She started out as a fashion doll that needed unrealistic proportions to help her numerous outfits fit better, but somewhere along the way her harmless journey became stained with the accusations of feminists. Even after takin... ... middle of paper ... ...at Barbie is a tool of

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    stereotyped as being gay, and, when a female athlete decides to enter a sport that is non-traditional for their gender, they have to deal with a consent battle of declaring their femininity. Just because Bev did not look delicate or have a "Barbie Doll" figure, she was unable to win. It was a body building contest, not a beauty contest. Females should not have their femininity questioned just because they want to do something that is out of their gender norm. Nor should a male cheerleader have to

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    Stereotypes, Stereotyping and Ideals

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    female body images presented through models, mannequins, and even Barbie dolls are strikingly deviant from the actual female form. One such example occurs in the January 1998 issue of Marie Claire magazine, which states that the average American woman is 5’4” and a size 12. She has a 37-inch bust, a 29-inch waist, and 40-inch hips. A mannequin is 6 feet tall, a size 6, with measurements of 34-23-34. A life-size Barbie doll would be 7’2,” with bust, waist, and hip measurements of 40-22-36, respectively

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    Ideal Woman

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    to think they need to look like her. Most actresses today are becoming younger and thinner and some of them have an eating disorder in order to stay thin. Trying to keep the Barbie doll image is very dangerous to woman. It is kind of hard to believe that some of our wants and needs are based on images, the Barbie doll look. According to Olds, 69% of woman said that magazine models influence their idea of the perfect body shape (Olds, 1999). The media send messages that if you are thin and beautiful

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    We do not always get the chance to get to know a person, but rather make assumptions. Two poems, which reveal different perceptions of someone, include Richard Cory and The Barbie Doll. In The Barbie Doll, the author writes about a girl' s life. The author starts off by describing her childhood. She was given dolls and toys like any other girl and she also wore hints of lipstick. This girl was healthy and rather intelligent. Even though she had possessed many good traits she was still looked at

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