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    prostitution, and defilement, which is played by the politicians, the media, and the seemingly innocent public that tends to forget that politicians are humans also, no better than the masses except for one thing, the ability to play the game. Primary Colors by Anonymous portrays this fraudulent game perfectly, exhibiting all of the dark aspects of a political campaign: from the vicious media in their pursuit of scandals, to the traitorousness of opposing candidates to destroy each other, all the

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    Primary Colors by Joe Klein

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    Primary Colors, by Joe Klein, is an entertaining, informing, and controversial novel. Filled with both humor and wit, this book provides a drama filled fictional story, in which Joe Klein purports to describe characters and events that resemble real-life political figures. Joe Klein is an American Journalist and columnist. He is also the political columnist for TIME Magazine. When Klein published his book, Primary Colors, in 1996, he left the author as anonymous and then later published the book

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    Report Have you ever wondered, “What are my drinks doing to my teeth?” Well, you will find out through our experiment. This means taking teeth and putting each one in a liquid and observing them over a period of time. What we did was we took six teeth and put them in six different sugary liquids. The effects will be big. This won’t happen to you if you don’t brush your teeth. We did our report on the effects of tooth decay from sugary drinks. Our question was, “If we put six teeth in six different

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    Today, when she’d been shopping, she’d noticed others around her going about their day. Most of them walked with their eyes down, mouths set in a hard line. Those that did look up didn’t meet her eye and appeared to have a forced smile on their lips. Do I look like that? She pondered the thought for a moment, glancing at her reflection in the windowpane. She took a sip of water and tucked a strand of hair behind her ear. When the hell did things get so boring for me? She felt the slight breeze from

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    (Exposition) The cold, intimidating, winter breeze finally arrived. But I wasn’t cold. The thought of her kept me warm. She who gives thy warmth and butterflies. Her name was Tiffany Tran. “Whenever I see her, I get very hot and energetic, you know?” I said. “Bruh, you told me that already,” Eugene sighed. “She is all I think about,” I said smiling. “O.M.G. confucious,” Eugene sighed again. Confucious was a nickname Eugene calls me because I’m Asian. It doesn’t make sense, but it is what it is

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    The Hair Dryer Valerie Brasher Speech 106 C.Hale 068811 March 11th 2015 Introduction I. According to the webpage www.ideafinder.com accessed on March 9th, updated May 5th 2005, before the hair dryer also known as a blow dryer was invented women used a hose attachment on a vacuum cleaner to dry their hair. II. My invention I have been researching to talk about is the hair dryer. III. As a woman with long hair I use the hair dryer on a daily basis so I don’t have wait for my hair to air dry. IV

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    My Box of Memories

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    Pirates! Who have not heard about them, their astonishing adventures and treasure chests packed with jewels, gold and other important objects? What would it be our impression if we found a chest from centuries ago packed with several objects rather than gold? Would we consider them valuable? Probably not, but they could have been priceless for the owner. People bestow special value to some objects according to an experience, emotion or hidden message associated with them. I also have a chest with

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    Glacier

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    Glacier The glacial run off river was colder than ice, so cold it was like a torrent of broken glass against the skin. The water itself is bluish white, the color of skim milk. On the bank of the glacial river, a hundred dead and rotting fish lay scattered around like casualties of a recent battle. The corpses lay in every stage of decay, from fresh, as if just pulled from the water, to pure white skeletons stripped by scavengers. The stench is like an enormous natural gas leak. The river itself

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    The Most Suitable Material for a Backpacker's Towel Chemistry: Data Analysis for the most suitable material for a backpacker’s towel. Method ====== In groups, we tested three different types of material (named pale blue, dark blue and brown) to find out which one would be more suitable as a backpacker’s towel. The criteria that would make a good backpacker’s towel would be aspects such as a low density, high absorpancy, rapid drying etc. We weighed the fabric before wetting it and

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    George Henry Durrie’s painting Holidays in the Country, The Cider Party was painted in 1853. The painting measures 22 by 30 inches. The gold frame surrounding the artwork measures 30 inches high by 38 inches wide by 4 inches deep. The frame is made of layer upon layer of molded wood with the interior part of the frame sporting a bubble texture and a beaded strip separating the painting from the bubble texture of the frame. The painting is oil on canvas. There is virtually no indication of brushstrokes

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    The Basset Hound is no taller than 14 inches however, with his huge paws, and hefty bone structure, he has unbelievable strength. They are known for their unique eyes, big heads and floppy ears. They also have a distinctive brow wrinkle. Because of his sensitive looking eyes, the Basset Hound can look sad and goofy. Originally bred in places like Belgium and France, Basset Hounds are a crossbreed of hunters. They, like the men who train them, aren't afraid to get muddy or to hunt a deer. In

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    Allison Vandemore looked back one last time at the dilapidated weekly rental as she pulled a dark strand of hair behind her round ear. How it looked even less livable than what it had ten short months before, she wasn’t sure. Still, she was certain a small part of her would cherish the time spent in the duplex style apartment. Although she was ecstatic this chapter of her life was finally over. The rotten siding, broken window panes, as well as the sagging roof with patches of missing shingles, felt

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    The King Cobra, or Ophiophagus hannah, belongs to the class of Reptilia, and lives in eastern China in the dense highland forests. The King Cobra is widely known for the hood that it has to warn off creatures when it feels threatened or in danger. If the animal/thing does not heed the warning, it gets a venomous bite from it. The venom in the fangs blocks nerve signals from the brain, paralyzing the creature, then dies if not treated immediately. The King Cobra also has a secret weapon: camouflage

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    Anya's Pov. "And this is the library," the principle droned. I kept standing on my tip toes and then went back to standing flat on my feet. "Books can be checked out for 3 weeks before becoming overdue. You are welcome to come here during lunch and after classes." he continued. I spotted this girl with black hair and bright blue ends. Wicked! I thought, I had always wanted bright blue hair but my mom wouldn't allow me. She liked my golden hair, I have no idea why. I walked over to the girl. "Hello

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    9/11 Short Stories

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    “Class, this is Syl Clairen,” Mrs. Jyley introduces the tall, chestnut haired girl standing at the front of the class. “Say ‘hi’ Syl.” “Hi,” Syl says, looking at her shoes as if they are the most interesting item in the whole class. That wouldn’t be an overstatement, though. The bland room can’t hold a candle against her shoes. They are orange converse with shoelaces that look like they were tie-dyed with sharpies. “Why don’t you sit down next to Zelda,” Mrs. Jyley gestures to the vacant desk next

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    Nearly ten years had passed since the Dursleys had woken up to find their nephew on the front step, but Privet Drive had hardly changed at all. The sun rose on the same tidy front gardens and lit up the brass number four on the Dursleys' front door; it crept into their living room, which was almost exactly the same as it had been on the night when Mr. Dursley had seen that fateful news report about the owls. Only the photographs on the mantelpiece really showed how much time had passed. Ten years

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    Starling walked down the set of stairs to her locker. It was time for lunch and she was starving. The 8th graders always ate last at the Monticello Middle school and she hoped they wouldn’t run out of corn dogs, again. She added her English homework to the growing pile at the bottom of her locker. She sighed, well, she'd be up late with homework after play practice today. Maybe she would be lucky enough to not get math homework today, although that was highly unlikely. Someone pulled a strand of

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    was standing on the platform where we were supposed to pick up some crates. Hurry up I thought as I saw several squads of stormtroopers were heading our way. All of the sudden I heard Sabine yell "Run!", I looked up and saw a bright streak in the sky coming down onto the platform. All hell broke lose as stormtroopers started firing tipping me off that it wasn't an imperial attack. My heart stopped when I saw Ezra trip and fall, I started running toward him, and then the blast came down. Everything

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    Fauvism and Orientalism

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    In 1905 Matisse created fauvism, or the wild beasts. From then on his paintings would never be the same. He became the king of color (Cumming 99). In the 1910’s he started Orientalism. The odalisques were of a much different pattern (Abrams/Cameo 28). Fauvism and Orientalism are very different, but still alike in other ways. They can be compared on the backgrounds, colors, subjects, structure, and style. An important of any art work is the background. In the fauvist movement Matisse used different

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    painting, Chagall paints with primary and secondary colors. Most of the colors used are around or on Icarus, the focal point, to draw the most attention to him. The primary colors that Chagall uses are blue, red, and yellow. Chagall uses blue on and around Icarus’s wings, people, and houses. The blue on Icarus’s wings, the people, and the houses are a shade because the color was mixed with black to make the color darker. Red was used more often than any other colors. The color red was painted in the streets

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