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    America, our great country, is strong, powerful, and influential. Americans exemplify positive values, selflessness, hospitality, and the American way of life. The mighty oak tree that stands taller, bigger, and older than all others best represents this grand country. Each part of the tree illustrates a facet of our nation. Shapely emerald leaves covering the tree symbolize the values many Americans hold concerning themselves, others, and their nation. Leaves help the tree grow and flourish just

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    The Mystery of Oak Island

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    The Mystery of Oak Island The World’s Longest Unsolved Mystery The Mystery of Oak Island Close your eyes and imagine the excitement and adventure of finding a mystery that involves many deaths, unknown treasures and much speculation. Mysteries are intriguing and finding a real life mystery that has been unsolved in history for several hundred years is unusual. Throughout time millions of people have been interested in treasures, legends and unsolved mysteries. Books, movies and legends

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    I Saw Louisiana in a Live-Oak Growing Walt Whitman is considered one of the most important writers in the history of American Literature. The people of his own time called him a radical, a madman, and a pornographer. These days he is greatly appreciated and entitled as a fearless prophet of a new stage of human development. Sometimes Whitman would be in a slump and he felt that he needed to deflect the people who inquired too directly. This even meant using examples of homosexual elements in his

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    The Oak and the Apple

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    “Why does the farmer always waste his time with that petty old apple tree,” the big strong oak asked as a young woodpecker landed on a low hanging branch. “Well,” whistled the woodpecker, “he does provide delicious apples that everyone on the farm very much enjoys.” “That’s all he’s good for”, replied the big oak tree. “I on the other hand provide shade for the house so it doesn’t get too hot in the summer. My largest branch provides a sturdy structure to hang a tire swing on in the fall. My body

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    Druids: Human Savages or Powerful Minds?

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    from this world. Druids lived in forests of tall oak trees, where under these magnificent oaks they laid homage. The oak tree was very sacred to these people, therefore they worshiped in sacred groves that were under the trees themselves. The precise meaning of the word, druid, is unclear to many historians. There are ancient Celtic words that are similar which mean “knowledge” and “oak”, they can be interpreted as “knowledge of the oak” or “great oak”. Due to their “so-called”rare abilities, druids

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    This oak is native to Asia, and has a considerably large acorn crop year to year, the seed that is produced is usually confined, due to the seed dispersal method. But often times in a natural setting, the seed dispersal rate can be rather large due to birds and squirrels (Whittemore, 2004). Sawtooth oaks have recently been thought not to thrive well on poorly drained soils, but recent studies show that it does extremely well in these areas in comparison with the fastest growing native oak, nuttall

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    The Bald Hills are located in Orick, Ca and are made up of approximately 1700 acres of prairie and 660 acres of Oregon white oak. The southwest facing slopes of the Balls Hills in the Redwood National Park views the Redwood creek basin, Pacific ocean, the Trinity and the Siskiyou mountains. Both areas are rich in natural and cultural resources and also provide an abundance amount of wildlife habitat. Much of the diversity of plant species can be found in any area of the park. Arrival of settlers

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    reminisce

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    back. “Eressa!I love you... I really love you.” I shouted my feeling for her hoping she heard me. A month after Valentine’s Day I missed out the prom that night.I stood infront of a tombstone engraved with Eressa’s name.I founded her bones at the oak tree.I was still baffled by the ‘her’ that Eressa mentioned. “She’s a great person isn’t she?” a girl with a long brown hair asked me. She wears a plain cream dress with a white summer hat.When she turned to look at me, I think my heart had stop beating

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    Plan BUSINESS DESCRIPTION Oak Furniture Warehouse, is a furniture store specializing in the selling of furnishings constructed hardwoods, the bulk of which will be oak, to Coeur d’Alene area customers. The store will be a show floor/warehouse, with 85 percent of the available space open to the customers. The merchandise has been carefully selected to be affordable to the majority of consumers along with higher line items for upgrades and future purchases. Oak Furniture Warehouse, plans to open

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    Winter Oak

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    1.a) Our gut reaction to Winter Oak is that it had a lot of meaning, but was dull and tedious. Some words and phrases we used to relate our thoughts on the story are as follows: - Boring. - Monotonous. - No real conflict. - No feeling. - No real plot. - Didn’t invoke a strong reaction. - There was a definite lesson to be learned. 1.b) Yuri Nagibin used different devices to evoke various reactions in us, some of these were: The dialogue; it was concise yet boring but realistic for example, when

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