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    your donation of clothing will quickly and directly be distributed to children in need. 1. Any size and type of reusable clothing will be accepted. 2. Stick a post-it note on all your clothing on New Years Day; whenever you wear the piece of clothing, remove the post-it note and by the end of the year, if there are clothing with post-it notes attached, donate them to K.I.D.S for the children. a. I know I have clothing that I haven’t worn in over year. b. The clothing that has been sitting in my closet

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    Essay About Artist Ria

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    Artist Ria also known as Ria, is a unique up and coming artist that is most known for putting her art on small post-it notes and drawing with acrylic paint. Artist Ria is wife and mother, born and raised in New York City. Although Artist Ria has never been to art school, she has been drawing at the early age of four years old. Her style usually consists of afro-art, however, she also does a lot of abstract art as well. Ria doesn’t use art subjects, but sometimes she uses references of photography

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    inside me who was hiding. So while many of you will argue that a college roommate is a terrible part of college---I argue the opposite---it was a blessing. Go out and walk into the door of your dorm---risk it all. Who knows the passive aggressive post it note freak might just be your future

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    spending a few weeks teaching different languages. For example the students would learn greetings and common phrases in Spanish one week then the next week it would French and so on. To help the students remember the teacher could give the student post-it notes with

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    Leather and Lace

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    expression of confusion, as she flicked to the other page, all the details of the flight, tickets, times, where she needed to head to, and where he would meet her. She did not quite understand it, why would Ric do this for her, it was such a short note, but it spoke volumes, and she felt this butterfly sensation inside her stomach. He was whisking her away, regardless of his need to care for his daughter after her abuse ordeal; he wanted to spend time with her instead. No one had ever done that for

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    On the Run - Fiction

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    On the Run - Fiction The man, lying face down on the ground appeared to be dead. The mugger was on the floor after a blow I gave him to the head. It was there like a log, not moving at all. There was blood rushing out like a fast flowing river. I noticed the man had a briefcase and it was slightly open. I stared at the case; I could see something bright enclosed, curiosity drew me closer, and I snatched the case. I opened it to find a goldmine. Enclosed were around ten keys of cocaine

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    My Weaknesses

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    Throughout all my schooling years and all the classes I have ever taken, I always thought I took the best notes and managed my time the best I could. Little did I know that I was doing it all wrong. I never had a specific time for any of my studies and always went based off of whatever I was in the mood for. When I was able to fuller comprehend the concept and lesson of what we were taking I was oddly good at test taking. I thought I was always bad at test taking but through trying different methods

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    The Ugly Truth

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    art show. Her father, however, was usually absent when she got home. With the amount of time her father spends at his job, it seems like he lives there. Although few, there were days when not even her mother would be home and a bright, yellow sticky note would be placed on the stainless steel refrigerator telling her where her mom was and when she would be back. With everything so perfectly in order, her world seemed to be utopian. She had no reason to be unhappy if it weren’t for the ignored sense

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    Anonymous Monkey Ninja

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    Broif end Pussobly Unnicissery Aathur’s Nuti: I wes hevong sumi truabli cumong ap woth niw odies lest wiik fur my frii-wroti, su I dicodid tu wroti e scini frum my buuk thet I hedn’t yit, end oncurpureti uni uf thi thimis ontu thet. Huwivir, I wes aneweri thet I wuald ectaelly hevi tu fonosh thi stury, end It hed tu bi 500 wurds ur liss. Cunsodirong thi clomex end cunclasoun uf my buuk wiri prubebly sivirel thuasend wurds ewey frum thi frii-wroti sigmint, I dicodid I uaght tu till e doffirint stury

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    How to Foster Breakthrough Innovation for 3M Way Innovation at its Core 3M's innovation culture comes from the times when the five entrepreneurs who created a company to explore a mine of what they thought being corundum, realized that all they had was a low grade anorthosite, which would not meet the requirements of the booming abrasive industry as they initially believed. Quickly they had to adapt and focus on producing sandpaper products. But it was with McKnight, who joined the company in 1907

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