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    Nicholas walked on and on for what seemed to be an eternity after writing a letter to Justin, Marcus, and Eliza updating them on his progress. After a long and well-deserved rest, Nicholas returned to his quest and eventually came upon a very high and endless wall that had a single stark rusted metal door in front of him. To the left of the door read a message carved into the heavy thick gray concrete barrier, “Hang on to the hope all ye who exit here.” Perturbed by this cryptic message, Nicholas

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    One thing a successful company has is a great staff filled with people in working in different areas, all doing their best to keep the business moving forward. Like an army, the staff does need a leader, or maybe a few, to make sure that everyone in the business is organized, informed and all moving toward the goal of the company. Some people may think that this person is the owner but most of the time this person is the manager. Successful managers must know, and be able to apply the four functions

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    left him more frustrated and eager to control the downward spiral he called life. At the base of his family was Judaism. Their identity was firmly rooted in their religion. To Alex all he saw when he looked in the mirror or at other kids, at the furniture in people's homes, the way they spoke, was Jewish and not Jewish. His facial features and his name became sources of resentment and things he desperately wanted to change. Thoughts of being Alton C. Peterson and having a smaller nose consumed him

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    Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews Have you ever imagined living locked up in an attic for 3 years and 5 months? Have you ever imagined not growing up with your mother's care and love at the time you were

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    even a night light! I was in heaven. Now that I think about it, my family may have gone a bit over the top, but at the time I was the happiest kid on the entire block. That year we painted my walls light pink, and I had a white bunk bed, and white furniture, and everything else was Beauty and the Beast. This was just the beginning of my love affair with fairy tale romance. In the years following my Beauty and the Beast craze I went through a number of different phases. Each one very different, but

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    greatly. A major transition to make was that of adjusting to living in a dorm with a roommate. In high school, my room was decorated and filled with things from my life. The furniture arrangement and room size left plenty of extra room. I had a queen-sized bed as well as a large vanity with a full mirror. The other furniture in my room held trinkets and picture frames. My room had plush carpet and two big windows with curtains. It was not necessary to lock my bedroom door as I left. To be alone,

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    Metamorphosis

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    and slammed the door shut again';. Grete still cared for her brother even though he had changed. Grete feeling sorry for Gregor, brought him an assortment of foods, to find out which ones he liked. She also wanted to help him out by removing the furniture from his bedroom so he could have more room to crawl around. Eventually, Grete began to feel annoyed and disgusted by the presence of her brother. By not caring anymore, she no longer fed nor acknowledged her brother. Grete was the first to announce

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    The Apartment

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    rug that unlike like him I love waking up to. As I am making my way through the two matching oaked furniture, the wide five dresser with a long mirror a jewelry stack on top of the dresser, a red Yankee cinnamon scent candle and in the middle of the wide dresser there’s baby Jesus in his handmade bed my grandmother passed on to me. Across the cold, dark chocolate wooden floor is the other oaked furniture unlike mine; this dresser has three tanks of beta fish, a navy blue Yankee hat collection, and a

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    Style

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    but the idea of having ones own style seems to be hard to find. I think the only place where a person can have their own style is the home. But then we could fall victim to the Crate & Barrel style. For those who don't know, Crate & Barrel is a furniture store for people who like to copy the unique style of one another. So where this leads me is to the idea that the only real place where people can create their own style is in themselves. I think the best place to see a persons individual style

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    superficial and cynical. Daisy's house is a fairly large and elaborate Georgian Colonial mansion, located on East Egg.  She lives there with her husband Tom Buchannan.  The house is spacious, much like the Buchanna's marriage, but it has nice furniture and antiques so that it appears to be comfortable and quaint, and one would assume that a happy family lived it.  Tom and Daisy, like the house, aren't really happy, or in love, but they have all the right properties and conveniences to cover

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