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    Meghan's rough draft For the past fifty years or so, Americans have had the great fortune of living safely in a relatively peaceful world. That perspective changed the moment a commercial airplane slammed into the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th. Terrorists killed over 6,000 American citizens within a few hours. Suddenly, life as America knew it changed. Many stood in disbelief when they saw the joyous reactions of people cheering on the streets of Palestine. Our nation came

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    The distinctive character of the Prussians in Northern Germany in 1871-1918 is their desire for power and strong nationalism. The importance of this was Prussia’s dominance in Germany and even all of Europe. Prussia was in Northern Germany and was colonized by the Goths. Prussia survived and made a living on agricultural goods; they have a strong belief in God and the Roman Catholic faith and the weather is pretty normal with all four seasons coming and going. The main driving force to Prussia’s

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    A person that wins the Noble Peace Price is usually a person that did something exceptional. Linus Pauling was one of the few who actually won a Noble Peace Price. He actually won two Prizes. One is for Chemistry and the other is for peace. He was born on February 28, 1901 in Portland Oregon. He once said “Science is the search for truth”. This means that a theory is not real until it can be proven. Linus Pauling was a scientific genius, he was the only winner of two unshared Noble Peace Prize. As

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    During the 17th century in Dublin, Ireland, the Protestants were trying to take over Catholic religion. After the Protestants conquered the Catholics they worked to create a successful city that was united by a time of prosperity. The Catholics were under Protestant minority so they had to be secretive about keeping their faith strong. This time of Catholics keeping their faith strong helped to form the Irish culture we know today. Dublin is located along the Irish Sea in Ireland. It lays to the

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    While growing up we learn that the best way to stay healthy and look great is through proper dieting and regular exercise. As we get older and feel the pressure of obtaining perfect looks, the sensationalism of fad dieting can seem like a dream come true. With the desire of a tiny waist plaguing America, it can be difficult to decide between healthy dieting an exercise, or extreme fad diets promising fast results. When choosing which method will work best for you can be stressful, it is important

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    The Impact of Birth Order on Personality Before I had children, I did not believe that birth order could affect the personality of a person. But now I have three beautiful yet very different daughters. So different that not only is it sometimes hard to believe they come from the same two parents, it’s sometimes hard to believe they come from the same species! I have come up with three categories to describe the peculiarities of birth order, the Perfectionist, the Tornado, and the Princess, at

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    Lance Armstrong

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    Rough Draft: English Paper "Some things you can't win, though I don't like to admit it. I'm not used to losing much of anything, whether it's a race or a debate, but among things I've nearly lost are my life, my neck, and my good name, and I've gained a realization: a life of unbroken success is not only impossible, its probably not even good for you. Some losses are more tolerable than others, and some things are unrecoverable, and the echelons of loss change in crisis. It's surprising what

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    Human Genome

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    international 13 year effort that began in October of 1990. The main objective of the project is to map the entire human DNA sequence. The project was planned to last 15 years, but rapid technological advances have moved the completion date to 2003. A rough draft of the human genome was completed in June 2000. Efforts are still underway to complete the finished high quality sequence. Many laboratories around the United States receive funding from either the Department of Energy (DOE) or the National Institutes

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    Norman Rockwell

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    covers on the widely circulated Saturday Evening Post, more than all of Michelangelo’s, Rembrandt’s, and Picasso’s put together, estimated by Life magazine (Walton 7). Rockwell creates his pictures in separate stages. First he makes a loose rough draft of his idea. Second, he gathers costumes, props and models. Rockwell’s models are usually his friends, because he knows them and likes them (Walton 16). Later on in Rockwell’s lifetime he would stray away from using real models, he would use

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    Jumbled Popcorn

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    Jumbled Popcorn In writing a paper I often start out full of ideas and methods of analysis about the topic or issue at hand. However, I find it tedious to have to connect those ideas; yet, I want my paper to be cohesive and organized. My rough draft paper often seems as if someone crumpled it up and threw it in a blender. I always know what I want to say and feel that I have a good development of ideas, but often struggle in drawing out my main points. The paper that I am revising is my analysis

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