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    A Tribute to a Special Person In 1982, at the age of fifthteen Debb ie Martinez of the Bronx, found out she was pregnant and was forced to drop out of school and move in with her boyfriend. She had a baby girl she named Jasmine. With little education and no job, it wasn’t easy for her to raise her child. She stayed at home caring for her daughter while her boyfriend worked. Since it was his house she had little say about anything that happened. He did as he pleased and came home with money only

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    My special person essay

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    MY SPECIAL PERSON “When I entered the classroom, for the very last time, I looked around at every little detail, many of which I’d probably ignored, for the past four years. Birds were singing in a synchronised melody as they flew past our classroom window. There was the natural aroma of fresh coffee coming from the teacher’s lounge next door. My classmates were sitting at their usual desk waiting for the first lesson to begin. But something was different today, something wasn’t right. And as I

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    The Impact of ICT on a Person with Special Needs [IMAGE] Andrea is 11 years old and is in Year 6 of St. Francis R.C Primary School in the south east of London, Peckham. She likes to go swimming, play with her dog and have friends over. She been in four plays and has even received two standing ovations. She has travelled abroad to many places such as Italy, France, Belgium and Germany, next summer she hopes to go to Scotland. Like most children her age, she is interested in many things

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    Stephen Hawking was born on January 8th 1942. His parents’ house was situated in North London, but during the Second World War, which commenced in 1939, his parents re-located to the city of Oxford due to safety fears in London. At this time, Oxford was considered to be one of, if not the safest place in England to have babies. Stephen was born in Oxford, and he lived there with his parents for the first eight years of his life. It was at this point that he moved back down to London to an

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    Special Person Essay

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    Everybody has that one special person that is or was in their life at one time that has helped shaped them into the person they are now. For myself, that person is my very own mother. This phenomenal person has been my biggest support system and my closest friend. She has taught me compassion, patience, and understanding, not a lot of people are lucky enough to have a mom like mine. Together we have seen history change right before our very eyes and because of her being by my side through all of

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    ICT and a Person with Special Needs Because of the flexibility and the complexity of modern computer systems, the technology lends itself well to adapt to people with special needs. All of the benefits that most people without special needs gain, can also be made available to those people with special needs. For instance, voice recognition systems built into the Microsoft software allow people with vision impairment to dictate emails and letters via a microphone to applications such

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    Character of Athena in Homer's Odyssey The "gray eyed" Athena is one of the most special characters in The Odyssey. First off, how many gray eyed people do you know? That makes her pretty special right there, adding to the fact that she is an Olympian goddess. As all goddesses are pictured, she has a thin figure (not skinny), great brown curling hair which flows from the head gently down to her slender waist, perfect toned peach (in Greek and Roman myths) skin, and, of course, the big

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    Salvador Dali

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    advance, the patron saint of American photo-realists" (Néret, 2000, p.27). They were used to transcribe the image of Dali's dreams. This was a revelation in his surrealist paintings mainly caused by a very special person in Dali's life called Gala. As a person, Salvador Dali was very special and had a revelation in his life by meeting Helena Diakonoff or Gala. It all begun by a visit of Andre Breton, Louis Aragon and, Paul Eluard to Dali. They were three masterminds of the surrealism movement

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    Life After Marriage

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    you marry the special person in your life, such as eating, sleeping, and working. The changes in one’s eating habits are altered by the addition of another person into their everyday lives. Before we marry someone and get ready to settle down into the life of a husband and wife, our eating habits more related to the life we lead on an every day basis. Eating takes place when our daily schedule permits or we take time because the need arises. After marriage, that special person in your life decides

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    Utopia of The Giver Imagine living in a world where you can't choose your job, where at the age of twelve you are assigned an occupation by some group of elders. Imagine a world in which you can't choose that special person to be your wife or husband, a world where nobody is special. Visualize a place where you can't have your own children, where you have to take care of somebody else's children. In The Giver by Louis Lowry, this place exists every day. It's a perfect world, a utopia. A

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