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    The Tomorrow City by Monica Hughes The plot of this book centres around two adolescents, David and Caro and an evil supercomputer which aspires to control the futuristic city of Thompsonville.  Dr. Henderson, Caro's Father creates the "perfect" computer designed to solve all of the problems of Thompsonville by gaining almost complete power of the city.  The computer then begins to make rash decisions of it's own. It decides that humans are incapable of making decisions of there own and

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    Monica Lewinsky

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    Monica Lewinsky Monica Samille Lewinsky was born on July 23, 1973, the first child of Marcia and Bernard Lewinsky. She lived her entire childhood in Beverly Hills, California—home to the rich, famous, and beautiful. Pictures show Monica was a cute, chubby child. Childhood stories portray Monica as a stubborn, spoiled girl knowing exactly what she wanted and used to getting it; whether is was by throwing a tantrum or refusing to do anything until she got her way. At her aunts wedding she refused

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    The Santa Monica Bay Restoration Pollution is a worldwide catastrophe that contaminates or destroys every living and non-living thing in its path. The earth is designed to constantly balance itself allowing plant and animal life the ability to thrive. Unfortunately when bombarded with chemicals, heavy metals and unnatural human waste, the earth exceeds its critical load and irreversible damage occurs. There are literally thousands of areas that have been negatively effected by the numerous types

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    Nisei Daughter, by Monica Sone 'Even with all the mental anguish and struggle, an elemental instinct bound us to this soil. Here we were born; here we wanted to live. We had tasted of its freedom and learned of its brave hopes for democracy. It was too late, much too late for us to turn back.' (Sone 124). This statement is key to understanding much of the novel, Nisei Daughter, written by Monica Sone. From one perspective, this novel is an autobiographical account of a Japanese American girl

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    Who is Monica Lewinsky?

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    Is Monica simply a hapless White House intern caught in the middle of a media created scandal started by Linda Tripp. Monica Lewinsky is a 24 year old graduate of Lewis and Clark University in Oregon. Daughter of a Democratic contributor she was easily able to get an intern position in the White Horse. Some of Lewinsky's friends have said that she only took the intern position to sleep with important people. If the recent news reports are true Monica Lewinsky got what she was looking for. Linda

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    Monica Lewinsky: Women in Society, Body Image and Feminism In the current post-impeachment proceedings the question becomes whom it has affected most and what it will mean to them and their agenda. Obvious groups that will suffer most from the impeachment that are subject to the after effects are the Republican Party and American politics in general. As far as individuals are concerned, Monica Lewinsky has a good deal of post-scandal baggage. But what about those who will experience the effects

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    Jane Eyre, born to a mother who gave up her wealth to be with a clergyman, Jane’s father, finds herself living with her mother’s arrogant relatives after the death of both her parents.  She is unloved, unwanted, and sent to a poor boarding school where she spends many years until taking a position as governess to the ward of Mr. Rochester, a wealthy businessman who soon develops feelings for Jane and asks for her hand.  Jane accepts, but after learning that Rochester still has a living, though senile

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    Both are one-act plays featuring a single actor presenting a monologue. Throughout the course of their monologues, the actors become several characters other than the ones they are portraying. (For example, Eoin speaking as his friend Shane, and Monica speaking as Myles.) However, to say that this is the sole reason for the plays to be performed together is not a fair representation of the deeper meanings of both. There are countless other plays that could also fit into these simplistic guidelines

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    Case Study Analysis

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    attention to avoid this problem in the future. The problems span over several departments. The lack of communication between the parties involved is the main problem. New hires need to know what paperwork is required and when the paperwork is due. Monica Carrolls needs to know about any problems that surface that have to do with the current hiring process. The human resource department must make sure that adequate materials are available and up-to-date. The various departments must put forth a concentrated

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    actually choose to abandon a blossoming sports career in favour of something more 'socially acceptable'). However, when we first meet the female heroine in almost all the movies, she is a young tomboy. The figures of Jess in 'Bend It Like Beckham' or Monica in 'Love and Basketball' are remarkably similar as children. They both wear boyish clothes, shun typically girly clothing, and prefer to spend their time with boys. Of course, the movies make it amply clear that these girls only want to play sports

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