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    Walter Morel of D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers Throughout the novel, we gain a good understanding of what the character of Walter Morel is like, in certain parts, we can 100% empathise with Gertrude and understand her struggle and strife, yet there are moments in the text, when I for one, see Walter is the vulnerable, mis-understood character he really is. I believe he is the one, not Gertrude, who deserves the readers sympathy. We know Walter to be an alcoholic, and in all honesty a pretty

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    My Work Experience

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    My Work Experience The holiday club is a tradition of the Hounslow West Evangelical Church. It is situated on 22 Vicarage Farm Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 4NW. This activity has to do with little children between the ages of 3 and 11. It takes place during the summer holiday and it is a five day programme in August. Before the beginning of the holiday club the executives, that is the Pastor and his wife, the elders and the youth fellowship, make a plan with various concepts two months

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    Love is Blinding

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    Love is Blinding It isn’t easy to recall the past, especially if something hasn’t quite healed. Kaley was a twenty three year old women who has recently divorced her husband and was open to dating. Kaley was happy after being tied down and she felt free, but there was an issue in which it made Kaley different; Kaley was blind. Kaley lost her vision when she was three years old and ever since she has tried to live a normal life and the outcome was that she felt like a normal person she had become

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    Amelia Earhart Biography

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    Ocean by plane and became the first woman to do so. She also set records by flying from Mexico to New Jersey, and flying from Hawaii to California in the year 1935. As she started her most known flight, she joined up with her famed navigator Fred Noonan and her specially-built plane called the “Electra”, they embarked on their craziest journey yet. The flight started in Oakland, California and then went through Miami. She then flew over the following countries: South America, Africa, India, and New

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    Amelia Earhart

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    Lindbergh’s flight across the Atlantic, Amelia announced that she would conduct a solo flight herself, making her the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Earhart took off on the date of May 20, 1932 but on July 2, 1937 Amelia and her navigator, Frank Noonan disappeared, many people believe that she lost fuel around Howland Island and quickly sunk, but no one is actually sure what happened to Amelia

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    that there is just about one more good flight left in my system, and I hope this trip is it." She was joined by navigator Fred Noonan on the 29,000 mile journey. They started their journey off in Miami on June 1st. On June 29th, they landed in in New Guinea with 7,000 miles of their journey remaining. Inaccurate maps seemed to be making the navigation challenging for Noonan, and Howland Island was going to be the trickiest. All unessential items were removed from the plane, making space for extra fuel

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    Sally Ride First Woman Astronaut Astronaut, hero, and inspiration are three words Sally Ride is described by. In her lifetime, she was a professor, professional tennis player, astronaut, author, company owner, and women’s rights advocate. It is no wonder she is remembered as a hero to America and the world. Sally Ride changed the world by making women equal to men in space and in America. She encouraged young girls to make an impact and take important jobs in the areas of math and science. She left

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    Amelia Earhart’s life. Beginning to End Amelia Earhart’s life was an interesting one. From being the daughter of a busy father that had drinking issues, to being taught by one of the best to fly an airplane. She trained in the medical field but continued to follow her dream of flying working odd jobs along the way to support herself. With the rise of Amelia’s popularity and her being an inspiration to woman all around the world. Finally, attempting to fly around the world and mysteriously disappearing

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    Personal belongings of hers have been found as well as some belongings of her navigator, Fred Noonan. Around the island many things have washed up, “Also, in 1940, a British Colonial Service officer found a partial skeleton on the island, as well as a campfire, animal bones, a sextant box and remnants of a man’s shoe and a woman’s shoe,” (Szalay)

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    Amelia Earhart

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    “Amelia Earhart gave millions of women, suffering through the Great Depression, a reason to be proud.” (Amelia Earhart) {Thesis} Amelia Earhart’s childhood was almost good as her adulthood. Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas (Quick Reference Facts). Earhart attended six different high schools, but still got excellent grades and graduated on time (Quick Reference Facts). When Amelia Earhart was 10 years old, she saw her first airplane at the state fair. She wasn’t impressed

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