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    An Evening with the Stars

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    It was July 7th, 2001. I had waited for this day to come since I was 16, and it was only three days until my 25th birthday. Not only was I going to see Joe Satriani, the most amazing guitar player on the planet, I was going to see him with my dearest love, Chris. Oh, how I admired Joe and the way he was able to touch my soul with his music. And to have the opportunity to spend the entire weekend with the one person I loved more than I can ever explain was like a dream come true. If someone had said

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    How To Write A Song

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    How To Write A Song Want to write a song to call your own? I imagine most would love the opportunity. All you really need is a little knowledge playing a guitar or piano, a voice that can sing relatively in key, and a touch of imagination spliced with creativity. Depending on someone’s personality, interests and experiences the type of song, how it is sung, what is sung, and how it is played can vary greatly. Writing the song can be easy enough if you have the skills and some patience. To start

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    Far and Away

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    shot. Even in such a short shot, the village appears more urban than it probably should, and if not for the natural light, would not differ greatly from the scenes of urban Boston later in the film. It is in the pub that we first meet Joseph’s father (Joe) and a friend (McGuire) who appear to be perpetuating stereotypes by sharing a drink (or two) in the middle of the day and singing a favourite drinking refrain before being summoned to the street by a local to protest the arrival of a rent collecting

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    Temple

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    gasped. "There's no cord! A baby this new should have an umbilical cord. Oh my God! He has no navel! Oh, yes. Yes, he has a navel. At least there's a place where the navel was. But it's all healed over. Has been for some time. Clyde, where did Father Joe say this baby came from?” He didn’t tell me where the baby came from. I guess he jus’ found him-may be at the church? He sure is special ain’t he? Especially those eyes.” Clyde didn’t mention the yellow light flashes when he sheepishly related the intersection

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    TEMPLE

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    their minds.” At first Mr. McGrude looked amused but this turned quickly to a “Yeah right!” expression of disbelief. “Well, let’s take a look at this 'gifted’ child shall we.” She said this with as little skepticism as she could muster. She and Father Joe followed Maud toward the living room. They paused at the door and looked in to see Clyde, Lil and Temple. They were engrossed in a keep away game; playing like two siblings with a younger brother. Temple toddled back and forth between the two older

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    What is reality? By definition, it is the world or the state of the world as it actually exists, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them. The subconscious, however, is a powerful thing, and with that, a person would be able to imagine a wide array of things, and that in itself, could be their reality. What in the brain allows a person to separate reality and fantasy? How much of a role does reality play until a person’s own imagination stimulates inner-change? Tony Kushner’s Angels

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    Emma's Dilemma

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    there will be in different types of names. Some names I will investigate on will have no identical letters such as LUCY. Some will have a pair of identical letters such as EMMA. Some names will have different quantities of letters such as AMMIE, JOE and ANNE. Firstly, I’ll produce a method which will help me figure out the different arrangements in the name EMMA and LUCY without using any formulas. Using this method I’ll test all my predictions. I’ll create formulas for different types

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    Muhammad Ali

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    The 1960s were a time of revolutionary ideas and new modes of expression. These new ways of thinking and speaking opened the door to major reforms of American society and culture. People were now standing up for what they believed in, for example, protesting against the mistreatment of African-Americans and refusing to follow the Military Selective Service Act, a law which forced men between the ages 18-26 to fight in the controversial Vietnam War (Youth Movement). Not everyone embraced this new

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    Prison writing in 20th-century America. New York: Penguin Books, 1998. 200-214. Print. Franklin, H. Bruce. "Autobiography of an Imprisoned Peon." Prison writing in 20th-century America. New York: Penguin Books, 1998. 21-29. Print. Murton, Thomas O., and Joe Hyams. "Profit-Making˗-Modern Slavery; Modern Medicine." Accomplices to the crime: the Arkansas Prison scandal. London: M. Joseph, 1970. 97-111. Print.

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    The presentation and use of military personnel in the “Forever War” by Joe Haldeman and “Halo: The Fall of Reach” by Eric Nylund illustrate how science fiction depicts these individuals as disposable and replaceable. The negative treatment of soldiers can result in various mental problems and unnatural relationships if conditions remain the same. Although the characters in these stories are fictional, the mistreatment of military personnel can lead to future problems when the time comes for them

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