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    Bush's Inauguration

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    Michigan State Society Ball. "It sound as if he wants to reach out and solve this nation's problems." Meanwhile, members of the GOP couldn't agree more, saying it's time to put aside the bitter partisanship that some say has occupied the capital city -- and the nation -- for much too long. "He has a great record in Texas," U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-St. Joseph, said before exiting a party breakfast early Saturday morning. "He got started out on the right foot there. But Bush will have to work "very

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    family's struggle to agree on a common dream.  In each of these stories, there are conflicts between the dreams that each character is struggling to attain. In Death of a Salesman, Happy and Biff are uncertain of where they are in life, and only reach out for the simple, already-tangible things at hand. Biff: "I don't know- what I'm supposed to want", and Happy:  "I don't know what the hell I'm working for", means that they bothh feel they havn't progressed.  All they want to do is work with their

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    Group Bonding Gone Awry

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    the "outside world" rarely penetrated my peers' lives. The desire to reach out to something beyond themselves was absent from their minds. I don't blame the kids I went to high school with for not looking outside themselves. They weren't exposed to diversity and were too ignorant to learn about it. I differ from them, though, in that I d... ... middle of paper ... ...ts will perhaps encourage people to reach out of their bubble and into someone else's. College is a place where people

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    The Joy of Learning and Giving My younger brother was diagnosed as profoundly hearing impaired shortly after his second birthday. As a four-year-old, I could not possibly understand the ramifications of the diagnosis. I have been told that I showed little concern about the situation until one night at the table when I asked how long he would have to wear his hearing aids. I became nearly hysterical when I learned that the hearing aids would not heal his hearing. What I also did not understand

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    Public Service Broadcasting

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    to mind potential problems with the programs broadcast by the BBC and indicate that there is a lot more imbedded in the concept of public service broadcasting than one might assume. For no matter how no matter how much its traditions purport to reach out to create a cohesion for a mass audience, public service broadcasting can also contribute to a very misrepresentative appearance of British society. One aspect of the television medium that is so unique is its pervasive nature on our lives. For

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    surfing

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    wave. It’s a good idea to watch other surfers get into the water, and observe the route they use to paddle out. To paddle, you first lie on your surfboard – to do this body weight needs to be positioned along the centre of the board. Your feet need to be raised slightly off the end of the board. Your body needs to be far enough back to keep the nose of the board about a couple of inches out of the water. If you are too far forward on the board you will notice that the nose of the board keeps dipping

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    beginning of a piece of literature to give one a feel and sense of how the piece will reach out to the reader. King Duncan sets the atmosphere in Macbeth when we see different characters take advantage of his character flaw, naivete. Immediately we begin to see some of the major themes such as betrayal and manipulation and know what direction the play will take. King Duncan's naivete is first shown when we find out that the former Thane of Cawdor has betrayed King Duncan and that he did not have any

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    drama Dawson’s Creek first aired in 1997, I was 17. The program was intended to reach out to my age group on issues that were important to us. For about a year and a half I was a Dawson’s Creek expert, knowing in detail about the characters and the storylines. Soon after high school I grew restless with the show. I realized it no longer appealed to me because I had grown out of the show. The same network has since come out with programs for the college age group that I now watch. Networks know that

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    The Yellow Wallpaper

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    depression itself. There was a time when I just had a baby, I became very depressed, and my husband said it would do me well to get fresh air. I, the woman of the times, wanted to get better and I trusted my husband, and had no other way. So he took me out in the country, and I mostly stayed in this beautiful house that had become my prison with one room in particular. It was there that I realized nobody was listening to me, I had become everyone's burden, and my own burdens were not to be heard of. After

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    Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy Knowledge is a very powerful thing, and to be able to deliver this to today’s youth has been a dream of mine for a long time. There are many advantages to teaching. I feel that is a very fulfilling profession. I have seen my sister in the classroom, and it greatly inspired me to want to make a difference in some ones life. Through watching my sister in action I was inspired to follow in her footsteps. I believe that each child has the will to

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