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    The Gift

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    gone undetected and unsolved all over the world today, leaving cold cases in its wake. However, some police tasks are relying on the aid from people with gifted abilities or the sixth sense to unravel these cases as a last resort. People with these gift abilities had worn the label as freaks or devil worshippers to witches. But, today paranormal activity is becoming the center attention all over the world. Sam Raimi brings a psychological thriller to action life from a script written by Billy Bob

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    Selecting a gift for a person with a different nationality is always difficult because in order to select an appropriate gift, you should understand their culture which is perhaps slightly or very different yours. According to one of my Indian friend whom I have met in Sri Lanka, giving a knife for a gift is appreciated in Western India. Now, let’s assume you are from the west part of India and thinking about giving a knife to your Chinese friend, this might not be a good idea because in China, giving

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    The Perfect Gifts

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    see the look on someone’s face when they receive the perfect gift. All times are great for gift giving but especially now during the holidays when it is a joyous time for everybody. One person I think really deserves a gift is my mother. My mother loves to help other people, whether it is her own children or other people in need. If I had billions of dollars to spend I would buy my mother the Red Cross foundation. This is the perfect gift for my mother because she loves to give and this would give

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    A Special Gift

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    James Joyce’s text Araby is quite an intriguing text. Throughout Joyce’s life, he has been nominated for top five stories in literature in the twentieth century. Not only is this a tremendous goal and an accomplishment, but as authors struggle to even get in the top one-hundred, James Joyce, have had two of his texts in the top five. Any writer who could write just as good as Joyce would definitely be an outstanding literature writer. However, in this text Araby, by James Joyce, is an understanding

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    Gifts of Rain

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    Gifts of Rain Seamus Heaney's poem Gifts of Rain is divided into 4 sections. These 4 sections could symbolise the stages of life which consists of birth, childhood, adulthood and death. It could also symbolise the stages of the river in which it suggests the development of the river from it's source to where it gets strong. Or of course, it could symbolise the stages of the water cycle. Water is the symbol of life, but i can also be seen as purity, freshness or youth. In this mysterious

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    A Precious Gift

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    A Precious Gift Education has always been considered very important in my family. Prior to the earliest time I can remember I am told that my mother and father read to me nightly. My family has a deep background in books, my father being a collector, and my mother working at a library. My father loves books, in every way I can think of. He loves to read them, as do the rest of my family, but he has a collector's interest in books that we lack. He once wondered to a local library to check if

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    The Gifts of Santeria

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    The Gifts of Santeria Modern practitioners of Santeria may be attracted to the religion for a variety of reasons, notable among which are curiosity with secret rituals and the longing among many immigrants and people of color to get in touch with Caribbean and African roots. What each specific individual wants from a religion is difficult to generalize upon, but Santeria offers a way for people to achieve harmony in their lives through communication with and obedience to orishas, the divine beings

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    A Curse and a Gift

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    A Curse and a Gift He stands in the dark, lingering. Always linger. Faceless, but his cold, menacing eyes illuminate from the depth of the abyss. He’s gone now. My attention is diverted to a lonely, deserted road. There’s no sign of life anywhere. It’s pitch dark and I’m walking. I don’t know where I’m going, but I have to get out of this darkness. A cold, unsettling breeze emerges from a warm, summer’s night. I feel chills rising through my spine. “Something’s wrong.” I walk for a considerable

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    story of “The Gift of the MAGI” by O. Henry is about a couple, Della and Jim, who trying to make each other happy by buying gift in Christmas day. Unfortunately, they are very poor, and the only valuable things they have are Della’s beautiful hair and Jim’s gold watch. Since Della does not have enough money to buy Jim a gift, she sells her hair. After shopping in too many places, Della buys Jim a chain for his watch. She is sad for her hair, but happy that she could get him a gift, and she hopes

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    Importance Of Gift Giving

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    they like to Give. But the way gift giving is perceived and handled can vary greatly across the globe. In China, gifts wrapped in red are supposed to be good luck, never give 13 flowers to someone in Europe, and when giving money in India it has to be an odd amount. In Sweden, birthdays are started out (start) with breakfast in bed and Japan gives the most extravagant gifts. Giving is universal, but traditions and occasions can be quite different and the importance of gift giving can also vary greatly

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