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    Everybody knows that models are not perfect even if they look perfect. You assume, oh she's perfect because she's a model, and she's walking down the catwalk while I'm here sitting down, watching her, eating potato chips, and drinking a coke. People need to learn to face reality nobody is perfect, not even models. Did you know that most of the models they use in catwalks are normally size 0 models because some fashion industry's think that size 0 models are a better size to use to design then an

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    Circular Life(When The Legends Die) When the Legends Die, by Hal Borland, is a novel in which traces the life of Tom Black Bull from a young Indian boy to an older, mature adult.  Thus meaning When the Legends Die is a bildungsroman.  A bildungsroman is a novel in which the protagonist from beginning to the end matures, and in a classic bildungsroman, undergoes a spiritual crisis. His life is filled with many obstacles and affected by many people positively and negatively.  Throughout the story

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    The greatest expression of one's religion and worship is found in sacrifice. Sacrifice is defined as "man's intimate relationship with Almighty God (Catholic Biblical Encyclopedia, 786)." Sacrifice in the Old Testament was the most important act a man could perform to show his love for God. Sacrifice consists of this, that man must take an important part of his life, such as an animals, or food, and offer it as a gift to God and at the same time make it a victim in place of himself to acknowledge

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    Saving The Hebrew People

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    The Hebrew people forced into slavery by Pharaoh were miraculous freed from bondage, and delivered out of Egypt. God miraculous moved in their behalf through Moses, leading them out of Egypt and through the desert, establishing His Covenant, Decalogue, Code of Laws, and instructions for the Tabernacle and priesthood making a nation for Himself. The Hebrew people cried out to God in the midst of their slavery to Pharaoh and He heard their cry. God spoke to Moses to be their deliverer while he was

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    The Arch of Titus: The Triumph of the Emperor

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    One of the most striking uses of architecture for glorification of a Roman emperor is the Arch of Titus. Built specifically upon the highest point of the Via Sacra, or Sacred Road, this arch is a lasting monument to the glorification of Titus. The Arch of Titus was built by Emperor Domitian to honor the capture and siege of Jerusalem by Titus and his apotheosis, or deification. This arch is an outstanding example of one of the most celebrated ways used by the Romans to express the honor and glory

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    King Solomon was the tenth son of King David, the second king of Israel after King Saul. He was also the third and last King in the ancient United Kingdom of Israel. King David was anointed by the prophet Samuel to be the next King after Saul. David died of a natural cause but while he was alive, God did not want him to build His Temple because he was a man of warfare and blood. He was, also involved in an illicit affair and assassinated the husband of the woman he was sleeping with. Before David

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