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    get your knees knocking. I know it is important not to let your audience know that you are nervous because this could easily make them doubt what you are about to say. It is impossible to speak at ease without knowing what you are talking about. I guess the only way to ease this overwhelming anxiety when stepping up to the podium would be through thorough preparation. Sometimes when we get up to the podium we feel that the spotlight upon us is just so unbearable that we tend to rush through our

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    Breaker morant

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    was all but a fading light at the end of the tunnel. It was clear that they wanted me to fight the Boer, but also to be used as a bloody scapegoat for the bloody empire, I lieutenant Morant, leader of the special group, the Bushveldt Carbineers. I guess that us Australians fighting for the Empire was not a privilege, but a bloody scam, a set up, we were fooled. „h There they where watching us fighting such inhumanly, to take out as many of the enemy as possible, and to return none, that was the order

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    Monopolistic Competition in the Retail Industry Defining the Market The retail industry is comprised of thousands of different brands and companies. However each is defined by its quality of make and materials used. Abercrombie & Fitch, Timberland, and Guess are all well-known and respected brand names. However if prices were to exceed what people are willing to pay, then the consumers would alter their preferences and buy from another brand. Therefore we are dealing with a monopolistic competition.

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    abortion, and has already paid a five-dollar down payment to the doctor. She explains to Walter her reasoning for such drastic measures by saying, “…I—I’m sorry about this new baby, Walter. I guess maybe I better go on and do what I started… I guess I just didn’t realize how bad things was with us… I guess I just didn’t realize.”(87) Ruth is going to destroy this baby because she feels that she and Walter just do not have enough money to support another family member, and feels that she and Walter

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    showed Gatsby a life of extreme elegance and women. That influenced Gatsby in his already growing Dream. Dan Cody spent his time with Gatsby prior to Gatsby making all his money and putting himself out to the world, as a man that had "made it" I guess you could say. It was from Dan Cody that Gatsby received that little extra drive he needed to push all the way. When Gatsby returned from war, he set back to his goal. When he had reached the first part of the American Dream, the money, he bought

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    I Live To Eat

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    cease. It was a Saturday morning and I had never felt more rested. I was ecstatic on that particular morning—not because it was finally the weekend, but because I had plans to go out to eat that night at my favorite restaurant: Outback Steakhouse. I guess I should have also been excited because the occasion was my two-year anniversary with my boyfriend, but in all honesty the thought of succulent steak and savory soup excited me more than the thought of a romantic evening and exchanging gifts. I

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    Abortion is Immature

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    rate, but where would we be emotionally?  Speaking from a "my" point of view, I wouldn't get to far.  I enjoy children profusely and thinking that there are 1.9 million children less in the world every year sends shivers down my spine.  But I guess you may say that it is not my place to speak. There are fewer deaths per million abortions than per million births according to the Planned Parenthood survey of 1995.  There are nine deaths per million abortion procedures and sixty-three deaths

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    brother J.D.; they played quietly in the car.  I sat quietly behind my mother, still delirious of the situation and dreading the long exhausting trip that I was to endure. My lack of enthusiasm was due to my late bedtime the night before. I guess I was lucky to be a passenger in the car, and not the driver, as so I could "snooze" as my dad urged himself to go onward towards Arizona as he sat behind the car's steering wheel.  We had already been on the road for three hours now, and still

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    The beginning

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    During my childhood and adolescent years I grew up in very small town. I can remember thinking that I knew everyone and that everyone knew me, and if the truth were known, the majority of them did. I guess this is where you could say that my memories of literacy began. As a child I can remember myself, and many other members of my community not having the literacy skills that most of those who visited or passed through our town did. The folks that passed through were proper whereas those of us who

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    the Monk's Tale: When the tale of Melibee ended, the Host said that he'd give up a barrel of ale to have his wife hear the tale of Prudence and her patience, for she is an ill-tempered woman. The Host asks the narrator his name, and attempts to guess his profession ­ perhaps a sexton or other such officer, or a wily governor. The Monk will tell the next tale, a series of tragedies. Analysis Chaucer uses the prologue to the Monk's Tale as one more opportunity for satiric, self-referential

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