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    Wainscotting Demons

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    Scarletta couldn’t stand the principal, who, incidentally, was her father. As expected, he required the highest grades he could expect and what resulted was a lot of pressure. Her father, like most principals, was at the school early, so she had plenty of time to do her homework and study for that quiz she tried to osmose last night. At 7:35, as always, Scarletta left the antiseptic smelling office. As she marched down the familiar hallways, she found whom she was looking for. “Hey, Mrs. Evered

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    The Love Parade Festival Stampede 2010

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    fatal in 2010 when a partygoer came upon a bottleneck in a tunnel and turning into raging stampede. The festival was thought to host only 300,000 but more than expected number of people ended up joining. The music festival was way too full; more than one million people were believed to have attended the event. The stampede occurred at about 1700 local time (1500 GMT) when many people accessed and left at the same time through the tunnel. Duisburg police originally stated 10 deaths, but the tool later

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    The Red Room by H.G. Wells

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    the Signalman had been receiving supernatural hauntings. Charles Dickens builds up the suspense in the atmosphere by the Signalman twice 'falling with colour whilst turning to the bell which did NOT ring and looked out towards the mouth of the tunnel', this makes the reader ask why he does this and thus create a more mysterious atmosphere. The Signalman appears cautious and anxious when he is alone, which he often is, inevitably encouraging the readers to become frightened.

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    Sri Lanka - Light at the End of the Tunnel? The Sunday, March 3, 2002 issue of “The New York Times” featured an article by Barbara Crossette, “The War on Terror Points a Country Toward Peace. The second sentence of this article stated: "A week ago, the government of Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, one of Asia's most ruthless and totalitarian rebel movements, agreed to a firm cease-fire, with the promise of peace talks to come".[1] But are the LTTE planning on keeping their

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    Ayn Rand's Anthem

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    Ayn Rand's Anthem Ayn Rand's Anthem shows us her view of our world united under what seems to be communist rule. For example their view of right and wrong; which Anthem portrays is a system of very strict rules which mainly make sure that everyone is involved in a collective role within the society in this system no one is considered an individual or that they can even think as an individual. From the day that Equality 7-2521 were united as one they have been considered freaks, because they

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    of its’ oldie character. I would paddle that bicycle through my peaceful, car-less road. The trees on the side of the road with their arms arched inward made the way seem like a tunnel. The little bits of sunbeams that sneaked in between the leaves, looked like the sparkling Christmas tree lights. When the tree tunnel ended the paddling also stopped, and the gravity took control because it was going down the hill. With the sudden acceleration and the bursting of full blazing sunshine, I closed

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    Callenges Of Life

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    Challenges of Life Jerry is a young boy in, the story of “Through the Tunnel.” He has a very big challenge which is swimming through a tunnel. By swimming through the tunnel he will be able to prove to the older boys and especially to himself that he can reach his goal if he sets his mind to it. Jing-mei and her mother from the story “Two Kinds,” also have a couple of challenges they must face. In this story, the mother is so eager for her daughter to excel, that she pushes and pushes until

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    My Mistake

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    something was going to happen, maybe all of it was just a wish to change his life, no one would know that, only stars and the moon could predict the future and they were “laughing” at him seeing him struggling. He was looking far away in this big tunnel of darkness, trying to find out something new, trying to see her, the woman of his dreams. He closed his eyes just for one moment, and his mind flew away somewhere very far, somewhere he was dreaming to be. In this moment he felt that someone came

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    stats

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    Homework Assignment # 4 Problem MBS-2. Rush Hour Traffic in ActivStats (Tests for a Mean Homework) In order to reduce the average number of vehicles that use the Lincoln Tunnel, the Port Authority in New York is experimenting a peak-hour pricing,. The mean number of cars waiting in a queue is 1220 (population mean: m = 1220). A random sample of 10 days (n = 10) is drawn and the data representing the number of cars is analyzed. The Data Desk tool in ActivStats reports that the sample mean is 989

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    Superhero Essay

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    devious criminal mind. Midnight’s plan is to make a new world. His plan is building an underground universe where he will contro... ... middle of paper ... ...here when I’m trying to create this! “The perfect City.” I started to throw him across the tunnel, when he started to clench his fist tight. It was then I noticed where his shirt was torn, was etched a tattoo with my childhood nickname “ITCHY YOU.” My father was the only person that ever called me by that name when I was a very young child. Looking

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