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    Hello Class of 2012! I assure you that no matter what your parents are thinking—which is something along the lines of, "I did a great job with him or her"—their conceited thoughts are irrelevant to this occasion. It's not about them; it's about us. Contrary also to what the board members (who you'll see today for the first and last time) believe, that they've earned the right to hand us our diplomas due to their perfect decision making (comedic stare and pause), this moment is also not about

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    Mithraism

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    Mithraism It is the third day of December, only twenty-two days remain till the celebration of Mithra begins (Cunningham, 197). Myself and a few of my army comrades have big plans for this upcoming occasion, it is just a shame though that some of our fellow country men, and our own wives even, are trying to spoil our Mithristic festivities. It seems the beliefs of Mithra are becoming quite unpopular in Rome. Only a small portion of my fellow soldiers still belong to the brotherhood, and the soldiers

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    Celebration of Black Culture The Civil Rights Movement in the Deep South is one that is well known and familiar to us all. We all know of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the charismatic preacher who was undisputedly the leader of the civil rights movement in the South. We have all also heard of Rosa Parks, the black woman who would not give up her seat in the bus and was thus arrested for it, she was the catalyst that sparked the civil rights movement. They were the famous people often mentioned in

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    Further Celebration in the Hall

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    Further Celebration in the Hall It is a cold, dark night when Beowulf enters the great hall carrying the head of the treacherous Grendel . He has defeated both the beast and his mother, so the Danes rejoice upon seeing their hero alive. They all listen eagerly as Beowulf tells his amazing tale of glory. He credits his success to God, saying that he would not have survived "if God had not guarded" him (Norton 48). Hrunting, the sword he has brought to battle, has failed him because Grendel's mother

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    The Timeless Tradition of Judaism

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    important time in the Jewish calendar year, and the reading of the Maggid from the Passover Haggadah is a required aspect of the Passover celebration. The first passage from the above quotation, “This is the bread… may be free!” (Alexander 75-76) clearly expresses community and a connection to history. These words, said aloud at the outset of the Passover celebration serve two purposes. First, they serve as the repetition of history. This statement is similar to that which would have been said by the

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    Fire Crackers

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    explosive features? According to a report, a firecracker storage area in China caught fire which caused the death of forty-seven people. An event of happy celebration unfortunately ended up being a tragically one. This leaves a question that needs to be answered: Should people's lives be sacrificed in order to keep the tradition of New Year celebration? Being a Chinese, I truely understand that Chinese New Year is the most important and most celebrated holiday for Chinese. In addition, firecracker displays

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    Development Of The Carol

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    France, although what was to be known as carol music had been around from centuries earlier. It is believed that when troubadour Saint Francis of Assisi had made the first Greccio crib, he began to sing songs honoring the Nativity and the joy of celebration in religion, for this was a strict Puritanical era wherein communal singing, drama, and any type of festivity was looked down upon in the first place, and absolutely abhorred in religion. The concept of singing these carols gained popularity throughout

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    The Unfortunates

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    place, that year it was designed to be grand to give the atmosphere of life of luxury. On each year they have a different theme, this year it was Royalty. On the next day, our victims have arrived, at that day we were going to have our Arrival Celebration, we were arranged to stand next to each other in no specific o...

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    She waited for me 9 months. She spoiled me even before I was born. The tone of her voice sounded like an angel from heaven singing to me. This person is my mother. My mother is my whole world. She has the most angelic soul in this whole planet. The love I have for her is infinite, meaning it will go on forever and ever. I don’t get enough chances to tell my mother how much I love her. I’m deciding to pour my feelings for my lovely mother on a piece of white paper. Every time I see my mother, I adore

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    Iago

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    considered to be honest, but is actuality the villain. In order to maintain this false image one has to have a beguiling character. After Othello and his lieutenant, Michael Cassio, return from the war against the Ottomans, there is a celebration. At this celebration Iago puts his manipulation to work. He knows that Othello and Desdemona’s love for each other is very true, but he tells Rodrigo that Desdemona had love for Cassio: “With as little a web as this will I ensnare as great a fly as Cassio

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