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    Drew Barrymore

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    Drew Barrymore is a 23 year old actress, born on February 22,1975. She was born in Los Angeles into a family known for both its thespian talent and personal life difficulties. When Drew was an infant, her parents were told numerous times, she should “get into commercials.”Drew was a very talented little girl. The movie she first appeared in was a minor role in the movie “The Protagonist’s Daughter.” Her main acting career began in 1982 when she was cast as “Gertie” in Steven Spielberg’s science-fiction

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    Drew Barrymore

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    Drew Barrymore is a 39 year old famous actor, film director and model, whowas born February 22nd 1975 in Culver City, CaliforniaU.S.A. Drew first did a televisionadvertisement when she was only 11 months old, this was the beginning of her huge acting career and the other successful careers. Drew’s life had troubled moments throughout her childhood coping with her successes and fame. Drew Blythe Barrymore’s parents were John Drew Barrymore and Jaid Barrymore(She is half Hungarian from her mother’s

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    The Nancy Drew Mystery series was a huge success when it was published and still is to this day. Nancy Drew was the embodiment of independence, pluck, and intelligence when the series’ first began with the creator Edward Stratemeyer and his daughter Harriet Stratemeyer. Nancy Drew was everything that little girls craved to be like, and was debuted at a time when females were ready for something different (citation). The series began being wrote in the 1930’s during the great depression era by a women

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    Dr. Charles Richard Drew Charles Richard Drew was born on June 3, 1904 in Washington, D.C. He was very athletic as a child. Charles attended Dunbar High School where he won letters in track, baseball, basketball and football. He won the James E. Walker Memorial Medal as outstanding all-around athlete. Charles attended Amherst College in Massaschusetts on a scholarship. He was named an all-American halfback and won the Thomas W. Ashley Memorial Trophy as the Most Valuable Player on Amherst's

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    Nancy Drew and Ilana Nash

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    debate regarding Nancy Drew's identity as a strong and independent female character, or as a stereotypical one. Many argue that Nancy Drew is a strong character because she is portrayed as a detective, which is considered more of a male (masculine) career, and she deviates from stereotypical female behavior and attributes. In many situations throughout the Nancy Drew books, she displays courage, initiative, confidence, and emotional-stability, all of which are not general feminine characteristics.

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    Creon and Drew Barrymore: Tragic Heros

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    tragic hero is King Creon in the play Antigone, but real people can be regarded as tragic heroes as well. Like Creon, in the play Antigone by Sophocles, Drew Barrymore should be considered a tragic hero because both have high status, noble qualities, and a tragic flaw. They recognize their flaws and suffer the consequences. One reason both Creon and Drew Barrymore are tragic heroes is because they both have high status. In Antigone, Creon is part of a noble family. He is the brother of Jocasta, who is

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    Charles Richard Drew

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    Charles Richard Drew was an African-American male born on June 3, 1904 in Washington D.C. He was very well-educated and intelligent, and he received his Doctor of Medical Science Degree in 1940 from Columbia University. During his residency at Columbia University’s Presbyterian Hospital, he became very interested in blood transfusions. Drew soon realized that the technology of blood transfusions was vastly limited; blood could only be stored for two days. He was determined to solve this dilemma

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    Little Girl Lost by Drew Barrymore

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    Little Girl Lost is an autobiography written by actress Drew Barrymore. When this book was written Drew was around the age fourteen. Drew Barrymore is the grand-daughter of actor John Barrymore. Most people know Drew from the hit movie E.T where she captured the hearts of thousands of people. Sadly, during this time, all of the fame got to her, she began partying which led to drinking. Drinking led to doing drugs like marijuana, and eventually cocaine; she was only twelve years old (Barrymore 1)

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    Stanton Drew Stone Circles The site I am studying is the Stanton Drew stone circles. These are located North East of the village see figures one and two. Stanton Drew is in the South West of Britain around 6 miles south of Bristol. The stones survived from a Neolithic period carbon dated to around 4,000 years ago. The site consists of three stone circles: The Grand Circle, The North East Circle and The South East Circle which is inaccessible as it is in a private garden. There are other

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    Stanton Drew Stone Circles Hypothesis: "The Stone Circles at Stanton Drew were built purely for religious reasons" Question 1:What can you learn from your site investigation about the Stone Circles at Stanton Drew? The stone circles at Stanton Drew have plagued the minds of historians and archeologists for centuries, and also produced wild fairy tales of the upmost imagination. However what I am going to try and establish is weather "The Stone Circles at Stanton Drew were built purely

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