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    My Sister's Wedding - Original Writing In Mid September 1998 a telephone call to my mum and dad was change my family’s life for the next year and a half. My sister announced that she was getting married. I was nine at the time of the announcement and I found this also exciting because I would be getting a plane to go to England and it would be like a holiday as well. The biggest part of this wedding was the location because my sister lived in the south of England with her boyfriend.

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    A Lesson from a Truck Driver This story is about a lesson that my friends and I learned from a truck driver. It was a fine day when two of my best friends and I were walking home from school. We were in second grade and just immature as everybody else in our age. As we were walking on the sidewalk I found a big sucker on the ground. I wanted to have some fun and told one of my friends, Junghee, that if he is brave enough, he could throw that sucker and hit a car driving by. He hesitated for a while

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    entrepreneurship are improving old ways of doing things and making them simpler by the day. The competition also seems to be between companies in the same sector, for instance, online companies such as Yahoo and Google, Facebook and Twitter, Uber Taxi and Easy Taxi The high intensity of innovation among online companies creates healthy competition that leads to development of sophisticated services (Short 2009). Although some innovations have a short-life cycle, considerable gains of entrepreneurial practices

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    Dreaming of Home

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    Dreaming of Home Everyday, after waking up, I realized that I had been dreaming about home again. I lay staring at the ceiling for a moment or two. Then, dragging myself from the bed, I walked to the window and threw open the curtains. The wide open space of the New Mexico high desert stared back blankly at me. The cobalt blue skies, peach colored Sandia Mountains and endless waves of sagebrush and juniper stood in stark contrast to my dreamscape. For the past eight years, my first view of the

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    Mumbai, the City of Dreams Introduction The largest city in India is Mumbai, located on the west coast of the state of Maharashtra. In fact, it is quite fascinating to know that almost 13 million people live in this city. As Mumbai is the largest city in India that consist of 239 square miles, and 619 square kilometers. https://www.britannica.com/place/Mumbai Since it is the largest city of India, this vibrant city is spread over an area of about 437 square kilometers, and is approximately 14 m

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    Sound and Image in Motion Pictures

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    Sound and Image in Motion Pictures Motion pictures and television are audio-visual mediums and so of course engage both our visual and aural senses. The meaning and emotion of a piece is commonly thought to come from the image and that the sound at best just duplicates the meanings from the image. For example Aaron Copland has said that a composer can do no more than" make potent through music the film's dramatic and emotional value." (http://web.archive.org/web/20041210081146/http://citd.scar

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    In the film 49-Up, many individuals are observed using a longitudinal model of observation. Two of the individuals, Tony and Bruce, both express personality traits that are stable throughout time. However their environments differ in the amount that they influence these personality traits. These individuals possess traits that are both similar and contrasting. Tony can be seen as an extraverted person who has ambition and values. He is constantly challenging himself. Bruce is more of a quiet and

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    The Necklace

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    The Necklace They hadn’t a care in the world. Madly in love, both as crazy about the other just as a dog is with its food. The two of them worked five days a week, she, lazily, in a road tax booth and he was a doctor in palaeontology at Stanford University, it was he who made the majority of the earnings. Both newlyweds, just back from their exotic honeymoon in Barbados, they were relaxing at home the day before they had to go back to work. She sat me down; I knew this was going to be

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    Ernest Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises tried to convey that his characters were not truly “lost” as everyone had come to believe, though only worn down by life’s hardships (Wagner, 1). Mental and physical destruction were side affects that resulted from World War I (Bloom, 1). The title of the book, The Sun Also Rises, even submitted hope to the character’s futures (Wagner, 1). In fact, the characters had enough courage to fight against society and try to uncover the truth or hope within them (Wagner

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    extremity is in the beginning of Mumford’s essay when he states the upkeep of a highway interferes with our society’s sociability aspect and its function: To have a minimum amount of communication and sociability in this spread-out life, his wife becomes a taxi driver by daily occupation, and the amount of money it costs to keep this whole system running leaves him with shamefully overcrowded, understaffed schools, inadequate police, poorly serviced hospitals, underspaced recreation areas, ill-supported libraries

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