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    Love of the Rings

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    best tales to hear, though they may be the best tales to get landed in! I wonder what sort of a tale we've fallen into?' 'I wonder,' said Frodo. 'But I don't know. And that's the way of a real tale. Take any one that you're fond of. You may know, or guess, what kind of a tale it is, happy-ending or sad-ending, but the people in it don't know. And you don't want them to.'” This is what J.R.R. Tolkien wrote in his second installment to his epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings. This tells the story of Frodo

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    Teachers of young children have a difficult task – to be a model, provider, and facilitator in promoting language learning and literacy. These roles can be very challenging to achieve. The teacher needs to be sensitive to the individual child’s needs – when to supply information and when to hold it back; when to talk and when to listen. The teacher’s attitude towards the child’s speech is critically important. In this way, a teacher can maximize the child’s language development. (Machado, 2014)

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    Vegetarianism

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    by Jello Biafra From I Blow Minds for a Living, recorded at Slim's, San Francisco, Nov 21, 1990 Does anybody out there know that for the first time in American history the U.S. Army was used in a war operation against the American people? Right near here, up in Humboldt County about 200 miles north of San Francisco right near a town called Shelter Cove, get this: three- to four-hundred American G.I.s dressed with automatic rifles and fully armed for battle, fanned out on maneuvers through the woods

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    praying and just developed a way to become numb. This would serve me well in years to come. Years that would be sure to prove some of the hardest events to deal with. It is often said in a small town nothing can be kept a secret. This is often true I guess you could say. I was at the time related to half of its residence. I could not even put my car in the ditch and think my cousin who ran the wrecker would help me keep it from my mom. I remember coming home from school with her sitting in the chair

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    accounting. When she was twenty-three almost twenty-four she met my father at a club in Hawaii. According to the story they always tell, by that time my dad noticed my mother he knew he was going to marry her. My mom on the other hand wasn’t quite sure. I guess it was love at first sight, for one of them. My mother moved to California for a job a day after meeting my father. Once my dad knew she had moved he chased her, “she eventually caught me,” he always says in a confident voice. Sometimes I wonder. Will

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    think I guessed very closely to the traits he put. I didn’t even think about the fact that he would want a guy to protect me and provide for me. Although, I was correct that he wants a guy who will make me happy. But other than that, I didn’t really guess similarly to his traits, which is interesting to

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    with a lesson involved. This folktale, “The Rabbit’s Liver” first was boring, considering that I thought it would be much more gross, but later on, when I read it again and again, I realized, wow, it’s not as weird as I thought it would be. But, I guess while reading this story, it showed me how stupid living beings could be sometimes. In this folktale, I think whoever the author was, was trying to tell us that humans do the most stupid mistakes sometimes and we don’t even notice it until something

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    Evolution

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    Evolution is a force than nothing can escape. Communities evolve constantly and although there is no standard of where a society should be at any given moment, communities evolve individually. Then in reaction to a developing community, people grow and change. Then in reaction to people evolving the tools that people use develop. This constant evolving usually happens so gradually and slowly that it is hard to detect. As we look back we can see the evolution is a major component of our lives. By

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    you can’t catch it, if you just take a look on them, but if you look carefully, you can figure out that an author had the same feeling when he was writing them. Well, first I would like to discuss “Nothing I do is Ever good enough,” because I guess that a writer spent on it more time, energy and inspiration. The different technique using impressed for me after the first look. I like very much using of pencil here, because it looks little bit carelessly, but I understand that everything in this

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    Guess contends that conventional theoretical approaches to race fail to account for the “historical consciousness of whiteness as social norm” (650:2006). They tend to ignore whiteness and treat it as a given or a prerequisite (651:2006). This then results in an automatic social devaluation imposed on those that do not meet this norm. Guess contends that racism and colourism work on two levels. Firstly, racism by intent

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