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    Lisa

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    if I would have stayed out of trouble. My antics got me suspended from school, and enough trouble with the law that they had me on house arrest. I could not talk to my friends and I couldn’t go anywhere either. My thoughts start to stray towards Lisa. Lisa is a petite blonde that amazes me with her intelligence. I find myself thinking about her more and more often as I serve out this time on house arrest. She has a flawless complexion and her curves make her seem older than her 15 years. I guess we

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    Lisa Frazier's The Pact

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    Lisa Frazier's The Pact My father's family lived in New Jersey when my dad and his three brothers were just blooming adolescents. Their parents were the product of the cocktail generation, and the Irish tendency towards alcoholism was augmented by that social niche. Despite the arguments and drinking, Mary and Jack wanted to make sure their children got the best possible education. The boys were sent to Catholic schools, and once they graduated were forcefully directed down a collegiate path. The

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    Alone, by Lisa Gardner

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    Alone, by Lisa Gardner, is a story about a police sniper, Bobby, who was called to a hostage situation and ends up taking actions he will later regret. What you see at first glance is not always what it really is. Bobby thought he saw one thing happening in the house on that night, but the truth was something he could never imagine. In November 1998 Catherine Gagnon had reached her final string. Lives were about to change with just the pull of a trigger. Bobby didn’t know that when he pulled that

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    A Girl Named Lisa

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    A Girl Named Lisa I was working in the seafood department one day when I saw them...well, her actually. I wondered what her name was. She was about 13 or 14 years old, maybe a bit more, but certainly not old enough to drive yet, or maybe she was. She was with her family, I think...no, I assume. Her father (I assume) was the big guy with a red sash on his waist and a jacket with a yin-yang patch on the front right side of it and it was black. The jacket, I mean. Her mother (I assume) was there

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    Authority in Lisa Cahill’s “Homosexuality The most difficult part of any modern theological debate is choosing the authority. With the variety of Christian denominations, individual thinkers, and outside influences, and it is often difficult to reach a general agreement. In her essay, “Homosexuality: A Case Study in Moral Argument,” Catholic theologian Lisa Cahill examines four major authorities and different ways to determine how they work together to produce a cohesive Christian ethic.

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    Lisa Bright & Dark

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    John Neufeld is the author of “Lisa Bright & Dark”. He lives and works in New York City these days. He was educated at Yale. His style of writing are usually touching stories. Finding information about John Neufeld is quite difficult since the Internet nor the book has provided any help whatsoever. Lisa Shilling is the main character of this book. She is just sixteen as she slowly loses her mind. Lisa is quite an example of teenager with problems which is why she’d be classified as a very real character

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    The Mona Lisa Image

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    Mona Lisa, who was she? Why is the painting of her so famous? Has the original production enhanced because of her recognition, and how do advertisers use her fame for themselves? All of these questions deserve an answer. The Mona Lisa is a masterpiece painted by Da Vinci in the 19th century. It is a not so unique portrait, of a not so unique woman, set before a blurry landscape. I would like to try and explain my beliefs behind Mona Lisa’s reputation, the enhancement/diminishment of the original

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    History Of The Mona Lisa

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    famous and well known paintings in modem history. Millions of people visit it from thousands upon thousands of miles away just to get a picture next to it. I am of course talking about the Mona Lisa. There is one question, though, that many people think and wonder; why is the Mona Lisa so famous? The Mona Lisa is an oil painting created between around 1505 to 1510 A.D. Which was created and painted by the now world renowned artist Leonardo DAVinci. It is a painting that is only 2.5x1.75ft and that is

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    Da Vinci's The Mona Lisa When I first look at the ‘Mona Lisa’, I notice the intriguing look that is on her face. The expression is one that reminds me of a lady that is neither happy nor sad, smiling nor frowning. Her skin is very smooth and she has no blemishes, but also she has no eyebrows, which makes her look quite strange. At different times the expression on Mona Lisa changes. Sometimes she is giving a cheeky smile and others she looks puzzled. This is very strange and almost magical

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    Mona Lisa Comparison

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    doesn’t need your approval: She is comfortable with who she is The Mona Lisa is one of the most famous art works of all time by the Italian artist Leonardo Da Vinci. This portrait was done in oil and it is a piece that looks very real. On the other hand, “Wynwood’s Finest” is a well-known mural by Abstrk, who is an artist from Miami. This piece is graffiti on a wall and it looks more animated, fiction like, than the Mona Lisa. Abstrk thinks women in our culture today have more physical and emotional

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