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    Eric Arthur Blair

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    Eric Blair’s fictional name was George Orwell , born June 25,1903 in Motihari, India . At that time “India was part of the British Empire”(Orwell page 1 of 4). This was near the turn of the century, so not many people could afford to move to India with out the “British Empire”(Orwell pg. 1 of 4). Eric’s father Richard Blair was an agent of the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Service.Blair’s Grandfather served in the Indian Army for sometime before Blair’s birth. His family was “ not very wealthy

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    Eric Clapton

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    Eric Clapton Eric Clapton is an innovative guitarist, basically the first to combine blues and rock, which in turn popularized blues. Because of his skill and ever- evolving style, his music is a lasting contribution in itself. Eric Clapton made his recording debut with The Yardbirds, the British group that also featured guitar virtuosos Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. Together, they created a whole new blues/rock sound that many of the famous ‘60s and ‘70s bands copied. Clapton left The Yardbirds when

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    Eric Satie's Socrate

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    Introduction Erik Satie began work on Socrate in 1918. Having been absorbing the scandal of Parade and becoming quite popular in the Salons of the high-society of Paris, he started planning new works. Perhaps Debussy’s death in the spring of that year was the final liberation he needed in order to be able to express himself seriously, for sarcasm is frequently a mask for over-sensitiveness and insecurity. But that spring finally brought Satie great joy. He was invited everywhere, and was well respected

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    Eric Clapton

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    rolling stones. This is Eric Clapton, one of the greatest ,musicians of all time. He grew up in a house of music which would lead him into creating and founding some of the most influential rock bands of the time. He has had several songs reach the top of the billboards and on the list of the “greatest songs of rock and roll”. Eric Clapton has been one of the most influential artists and his work certainly reflects that. Born in Ripley, Surrey, England on March 30, 1945. Eric was born into unstable

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    Eric Hoover's Honor for Honor's Sake The idea of being judged by your peers has long been accepted as the best way of regulating a population. Even the Constitution uses a peer based judicial system when laying down the framework for the United States government. There are, however, some limits to when and where this system can be effectively implemented. Eric Hoover challenges the use of peer review in universities by telling the testimonials of several students who have been hurt by a system

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    Eric Kuhne

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    INTRODUCTION Eric Robert Kuhne was born in September 2, 1951. He is an American born architect [and Dr. Donn Trees’s high school class mate ]. He is currently living and working in London. He is owner of a research design firm, Civic Arts and Associates. He has worked successfully in different continents. Civic Arts has gained international recognition with projects in North America, Europe, Australasia and the Middle East. Eric Kuhne is best known for his projects such as Blue water shopping centre

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    Seven Sins of Deadly Meetings by Eric Matson Sin #1: People don't take meetings seriously. They arrive late, leave early, and spend most of their time doodling. Salvation: Adopt the mind-set that meetings are real work. There are as many techniques to improve the "crispness" of meetings as there are items on the typical meeting agenda. Some companies punish latecomers with a penalty fee or reprimand them in the minutes of the meeting. But these techniques address symptoms, not the disease

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    Biography of Eric Clapton Eric Clapton was born on March 30, 1945 in Ripley, Surrey, England. He was born the illegitimate child of Patricia Molly Clapton, who could not afford to raise him at the time. He spent his life being raised by his grandparents, Rose and Jack Clapp, who, until he was nine, shielded him from the fact that he was illegitimate. They pretended they were his parents, while his real mother claimed to be his sister. Even after Clapton knew that he was, in fact, a bastard

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    Social Cliques in The Breakfast Club by Eric Berne “Jock”, “prep”, “gangster”, “loser”, “geek”, “criminal”, “ popular”, are just a few labels of teenagers that are used everyday by outsiders who judge them without looking skin deep. In the matter of stereotyping, some may perceive it as being the base of an identity in the view of society. Eric Berne, an author and psychologist, wrote an article, “Can People Be Judged by Their Appearance?”, where stereotyping is categorized and used as a positive

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    Eric Eazy-E Wright A Life Interrupted by Taylor Evans Born September 7, 1963, Eric "Eazy-E" Wright's early reputation on the streets of Compton, California, was a hustler eager to apply his street knowledge to his legitimate game. He dropped out of high school in the tenth grade, but refused that to interrupt his success. In the late `80's he turned to rap music. Along with Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and M.C. Ren established the most successful and controversial rap group in history. As N.W.A

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