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    The Evolution of Door Handles

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    When it comes to opening a door there are many ways you can do it. You pull a handle, turn a knob, push it forwards, press a button or simply stand in front of it. It’s strange to think that the door, an object we are all familiar with hasn’t existed forever. The door opening mechanism has been around for amount of time, as the door knob was invented much later than the door itself. Before the door, there were simply openings. These openings let in everything from one space to another: people, light

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    This research is based on the microorganisms found on the door handles. These types of microorganisms are far more dangerous to humans than those found in places such as shoes, soil among others. The project will be carried out within the institute’s compound. The main aim is to get most, if not all the door handles swabbed, and the microorganisms incubated in the laboratory to ensure all microbes that could be on doorknobs, are captured in the laboratory. The project will help people to know how

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    The Hour of Evil

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    are like dark eyes that stare deep into my soul, filling it with dark passion and rage. If I knock on the door, I feel the devil himself will open the door, ready to take me. So I stay cooped up in my room, in safety from the blasted building. Also, because my antics involving said house have made my parents think I'm insane, and they keep me locked in here with barred windows and locked doors. They may think I'm just ill in the head, but I know the truth. The house did this to me. It turned me psycho

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    My Suicide

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    Everyone hates me for what I am. They all think I am strange. They stare as if i were the main attraction at a freak show. I hate myself for what i am not: social, outgoing and happy. No one would miss me if I died. I cannot take the torment of living in this world anymore. I would be better off dead! I sit on bed in my candle-lit room, the black velvet curtains drawn shut. The smoke from the burning incescents swirls throughout the room the in the pale flickering light. The melancholy sounds

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    My Rescuer, Old Bill

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    the castle’s wooden doors, when the doors suddenly opened by itself, ushering the girl from the chill of the night. * * * Next morning in the castle, the girl, Elizabeth McClintock, woke to the sound of birds chirping their morning song. The sky was a tinted orange and the sun had barely risen. She pulled on a sleeping gown and explored the castle. Treading softly on the soft red carpet, she notices a door handle, jutting out from the corner of the hall. Elizabeth yanks the door open. Inside the dark

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    making a crunching noise. The engine switched off and then the front headlights, nothing was seen besides the small outline of a woman getting out. She slammed the car door shut and ran to the boot of the car keeping her head down as the rain fell upon her. Her keys rattled against each other as she unlocked the boot. The door swung open, she dragged out several bags, leaving one on the floor as ... ... middle of paper ... ...d her outside as if she was rubbish and then picked the keys from

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    noticed it was about dinner time and her mother would become worried soon. In no rush to get home, she trudged her feet, knowing her mother wouldn’t be happy about her absence at family dinner. Her grandmother’s yarn shop had already locked its wooden door and the sign had been flipped to read “closed”. From outside of Suzy’s Coffee and Scones, Meg saw Suzy and her teenage son cleaning the counters, a rosy glow on their cheeks. Ominous clouds swirled overhead like black sheep frolicking in a zero-gravity

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    Henri Bergson's Laughter

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    Laughter is an interesting topic. Mainly because of the lack of thought that goes with it as to why we laugh. In an article titled Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic by Henri Bergson, the theory behind why things are funny is explored. He mentions many different things in his article pertaining to the comic, however, there are a few that stand out more than others. He talks directly about the fact that things are only funny if they relate to humans. Then he touches on the idea that

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    caution. We recommend that you stay indoors and be careful to who you open your doors to.” Right as the report ended I could hear the sound. The sound that sent chills through my nerves. The room went cold. My eyes widen and my senses grew stronger than they had ever been before. My ears keep picking up the terrifying noises that haunt me. My eyes stay peeled down the hallway as I gently get off my couch. I can see the door and unclear image of what lies behind it. As I start moving forward bit by bit

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    The Choice

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    worked on his computer and many other boring things. Monday he woke up, and started his routine, from which he never diverted. He ate his breakfast, showered, then got his bags ready, got his lucky coin and slipped it into his pocket, and walked out the door. He went to his car, got in, and drove to work. He parked in the parking lot, went in the building (which was a skyscraper downtown) and got in the elevator. He pressed the button for the 12th floor and his day began. The same happened on Tuesday,

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