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    The House

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    1989 came the birth of the House a derelict shack or what I would refer to as poorly designed infrastructure ‘built on the cheap’ surrounded by poorer habitats and inhabitants. The non-existent foundational necessity of simple drainage infrastructure made it a hell of a place to live in if you cared even the slightest of your health. The place of what I would come to know as my safe-haven, my habitat, my own centrality of heart where I learnt to walk, to talk, to read and differentiate right from

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    house

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    House M.D, is a medical mystery show that ran for a total of eight seasons. Starting in 2004 and ending in 2012, it had an average of 14.3 million viewers through the series. This can be compared to Grey’s Anatomy and Bones, which has 9 seasons and an average of 16.55 million viewers and 8 seasons and 9.8 million viewer average, respectively. House had a wide fan base because although it was similar to the popular, Grey’s Anatomy, it had less drama between characters and tended to focus more on health

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    House

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    House, despite having a sexist main character and hardly and characters who are women, is my very favorite television show. When I watch (which, by the way, is every week; religiously), I do so because of the intensity and intrigue of the program. The various medical cases that the show involves keep me on my toes and excited for what is about to happen next. It wasn't until this week, however, that I noticed just how many inequalities and separations there are between men and women in the show.

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    Roman Houses

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    Roman Houses Roman houses evolved from the thatched-roof huts of the original roman civilization to the great villas of the late empire. Roman houses were not only built in Italy. There were Roman houses built in Greece, Africa, and Britain. Roman houses were one story high, the villas of the wealthy were sometimes two. Walls were built of cement covered in stucco or sun-dried bricks which were commonly used until the beginning of the first century B.C. Although the concrete walls were weatherproof

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    House Voices

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    House Voices I will start with my new house. It is down the street from where my grandma and great aunt live. The house has two levels, the main floor and the basement. There are two bedrooms, the office, the bathroom, the living room with a fireplace, dinning room, and the kitchen on the main level. The basement contains the laundry room, the family room, a bathroom, and a large storage area. The house was for sale because the old woman who lived in it before us had died in the summer heat

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    Greg House

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    One of the characters that portray Dr.Greg’s use of the id is his drug addiction problem, which started way before he suffered a leg injury; he abuses substances such as cocaine for recreational purposes despite the fact that he is a medical practitioner who knows the dire impacts they have on one’s health. His unconventional therapeutic drive, which strives to do what other physicians deem impossible, is also a reflection of the id character. His dependence on Vicodin, a narcotic pain killer, after

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    From A House To A Home

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    When I was younger, I dreamed of owning an exorbitantly large house with a winding staircase which overlooked the large vaulted living room. My house would be four bedrooms and have a massive master suite, which would encompass three fourths of the second floor and include a private office. Of course this house would have the best of everything, from the gourmet kitchen to the panoramic views out of every window. Music would radiate in every room from the central high fidelity audio system. This

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    The House on Mango Street

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    In The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, there is an emphasizes on how rough it is to be part of the low economic class . Through her words you can create an image about the way poverty affects children. She goes through the book making great remarks on the topic. The different experiences that Esperanza goes through have a lot to connect with her family's financial status. She specifically describes her feelings about the poverty they live in through three of her short stories. The three

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    House, M.D.

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    as a group. The television series, “House, M.D.,” serves as a dilemma in which the detective, Gregory House, struggles with determining his conclusions about society and the nature of man. The show itself stems from the roots of the detective fiction genre. Traditional detective fiction served society in that it highlighted cultural anxiety towards the unknown as well as poverty. Now that these are not relevant issues, modern day detective fiction, such as “House, M.D.,” has adjusted its themes into

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    The Houses in My Life

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    The Houses in My Life Houses are all different in one way or the other some are small and some are big. My house is not small, it’s not big. That old house is located in the Meadows Place Community on Bloomington Ln and it’s about 40 years old. The old house I have lived in was so small the rooms were like a shoes box of small. The walls were starting to fall apart from how old it was. The kitchen was all destroyed because the one of the cabinets fell off and then the rest started to fall off too

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