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    [As Angelica grabs her backpack, she notices blood on her hands and shirt. Her eyes widen.] BUS DRIVER [gruffly]: Hey Kid! Sometime today would be nice. [Her s... ... middle of paper ... ...he arm, and begins to drag her towards the Reed residence.] TRISTAN [irritated]: Oh, no you don't! Mom forced me to bring you. We’ve gotten you this far and there's no way in hell I'm just going to let you stay in the car. ANGELICA: But you don't - TRISTAN [angry]: Look, we both don't want you to be

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    from each other at the end of the day. We were dependent on each other. She moved up a year. She was just too clever. We slowly parted, as it was 'un cool' for her to talk to someone who was in the year below. After that she moved into my families' estate with her parents. How we loathed each other. Then soon we were best friends again. How funny things are. I stayed at her house for hours, only returning to my house for bed. ... ... middle of paper ... ... had arisen I'm going

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    My Wonderland

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    that they have had a horrible past or that they know that they have missed out a lot of things in life but they keep all the pain tucked inside them and have learnt to live like that. The group consists of children of all ages, shapes, sizes and family background..it even comprises of mentally slow ones and even deaf-and-dumbs yet inspite of all the differences they have learnt to accept one another exactly the way they are. They may have missed out many things in life or not gotten chances to bring

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    Unshared Facebook Post

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    Scratch cards, Bingos and raffles – I always lose whenever I play them. I’m not a lucky person, I used to be but because of one Facebook post I didn’t share, seven years of bad luck was upon me. Last May, I played another game where I was destined to lose. I took a chance in the CRS and hoped that I would be granted a block section, but no, I wasn’t. And given that I didn’t have someone who has the exact same schedule as mine, there were a few times last semester that I was forced to eat lunch by

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    Police Report Sample

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    m. and made contact with Detective D. Johnson and Detective J. Littlejohn from the Homicide Unit. I then conducted an initial walk-through of the residence and noticed the following. - We entered the residence at approximately 4:23p.m. through the rear door. - I noted a Strong odor of urine and decaying flesh coming from the residence. -The residence was filthy the floors were covered in dog feces and urine. -The walls,

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    The Importance to Care Users of Being Heard

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    There is much importance placed on care givers being able to support people to “have a voice and be heard” Indeed as one of the five K101 principles of care practice, the relevance of care workers being able to achieve this is paramount to the wishes and feelings of the service users being upheld, to establish and ensure good care practice. In this assignment I aim to discuss how carers can assist service users in this way, focusing on several case studies identified in K101 and further discuss

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    The Furry Newcomer

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    had sprinkled gold all over him. He wetted his nose and stared at me intensely. His piercing dark coffee colored eyes could make anyone feel uncomfortable. Marshal, the brilliant German Shepherd was trying to hypnotize me. Marshal came in to our family when he was a mere two month old puppy. Since then, he has been my companion and best friend. Growing up he was the most mischievous dog one could ever imagine. Years of training by my mom has made him more docile and mature. Contrary to the temperament

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    Stanhope's Relationship with Raleigh in Journey's End Write about the presentation of Stanhope’s relationship with Raleigh in Act Two Scene One, Act Three Scene Two and Act Three Scene Three. Journey’s end by R.C.Sherriff is an incredible play about how the horrifying conditions in W.W.I affected men physically and psychologically. The audience really feel for the soldiers as the author has made the concept of the war so emotionally involving for the reader. The main character is called

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    Personal Narrative: Divorce Mum had briefly informed me that we were going to a place that would "make sure that the right parent looked after us." This was drilled into me for weeks in advance along with the miscellaneous "I love you more than Dad does" and " you enjoy living with me more than Dad, don't you?" What Mum didn't realise is that children can see straight through people like her so her ongoing effort to

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    Heather hadn’t given much thought to becoming a nurse before that night, but after that night, everything changed and Heather had a new perspective. In this story, Heather first learns of her trait and why she wants to become a nurse, We take a look at her goals and things she’s accomplished so far, we delve deeper into her strong compassion and love for people who need it most, we find out about the hurt she had to face, and we find out what priceless gift Heather was given to heal her broken heart

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