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    What Happened to Amanda?

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    freshly-grown lettuce in the town’s garden. Once in a while, the town’s people would gather in town square to watch the mayor plant a new plant. Sometimes it would be red lettuce while other times it would be black radishes or slimy tomatoes. No matter what plant was planted, everyone was grateful for being united and to stand together as one. This lovely town was known as Demontin. In this enchanting town, there was a small school called Witch Creek High. In a school, you usually think of ordinary kids

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    As the teacher was answering questions for the class trip coming up, Abby was taking detailed notes for what to pack, Sophie was trying to stay awake, Ethan was eating and Alex was trying to finish his homework from last night for his next class. “We are going to the Hala Mansion in Aspen, Colorado. You guys will be able to pick your group for the drive up there. We will only be able to bring 10 kids and 3 teachers.” explained the teacher. After class let out, Abby was the first to say anything

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    Mayella Ewell Monologue

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    witness stand. As she raised her hand and swore that the evidence she gave would be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help her God, she seemed somehow fragile-looking, but when she sat facing us in the witness chair she became what she was, a thick-bodied girl accustomed to strenuous labor. In Maycomb County, it was easy to tell when someone bathed regularly, as opposed to yearly lavations: Mr. Ewell had a scalded look; as if an overnight soaking had deprived him of protective

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    from what people did and said. Even if they did not think, anything they did was wrong; Hannah Baker had many friends that cared a lot about her. However, they never knew that she was in so much pain. Justin Foley a senior who was Hannah’s first kiss, her very first hand to hold, meant a lot to her but he was also just an average guy. He affected her life by spreading rumors of the two of them about occurrences that happened between them that never truly happened.

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    Lesson Well Learned

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    studies to bake and gossip about what has happened throughout the week. Gossiping and baking was usually a norm to both girls. Most of the gossip would come from Giovanna, considering a lot of the people she would see throughout the week didn’t really fancy Beatrice. They would either loath her for absolutely no reason or would only know one side of the story and that would be all it would take for them not to like her. “Beatrice, did I tell you about what happened before the party last night?” Beatrice

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    Russian Roulette

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    and punishment he heard an explosion. He looked out his window but nothing changed so he went back to his book. He then heard another explosion followed by a siren. He then dropped his book and raced out side. He asked his neighbor what happened he said something happened at the plant. The out from the plant a car filled with bullet holes drove up to Yasha. His mom was at the wheel. His mom stepped out of the car and helped his dad out as well. His dad was bleeding. The dad asked Yasha to go get something

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    Nothing is ever easy.” Garrett quickly grabbed a rag for the extremely hot muffler and a screwdriver from the toolbox. Branden and Garrett fired up their four wheelers and raced back into the field. Dalton had been waiting for what seemed like forever in the field with his four wheeler, hoping for Garrett and Branden to return quickly. Garrett had told him to stay put because he did not want anything else to fall off Dalton’s four wheeler. Dalton saw Branden and Garrett off in

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    Profile Group Reflection

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    going to discuss my personal learning in the context of Kolb’s (1998) ‘experiential learning cycle’. The 4 stages of Kolb’s cycle are: 1. Experience-What happened and what I observed. 2. Reflection-What I feel about what happened. 3. Conceptualisation-What I think about what happened. 4. Active experimentation-What I would do differently and what I would do the same. My overall experience in the group was very positive. I learned how to manage my time correctly in order to meet deadlines and also

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    the owner of Norman, his pet bird, and through him noticing Norman's distress after waking up one morning he calls in Belinda, a pet psychic and animal behaviorist. Pembrooke had believed that because of Norman's odd sleep schedule he had developed what he believes to be “bird narcolepsy”, which Belinda refutes after only moments of speaking with his bird. It is at this point that the plot ultimately shifts into the intended direction. This direction being that the one who really needs help is not

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    The Rent: A Short Story

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    “What happened?” Sarah concernedly asked as dad came into the house with his eyes watering looking as if he was going to cry and his face red. “Nothing happened, I was just thinking about our money and what we are going to do about the rent, I just don’t know what to do anymore.” he said as he started to shed a tear. My brother, sister, and I just looked at dad in such surprise since we had never seen him cry before. Then we heard the dog barking and a strange knock at the back door and

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    The World Is Flat

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    face all covered by a thick black scarf. Jim had watched the fool run (read: slide) down the sidewalk like a yellow Hummer, with black boots the size of wheels, almost crashing into people. After a couple of close calls, Jim had started imagining what would happen if the guy slipped. The sidewalk rolled down steeply. If he put on a few pounds, he could be a semi-trailer, Jim thought. So it was somewhat Jim’s fault that he was hit, as all the other near-casualties had avoided the idiot masterfully

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    This story will be talking about what happened when a little mustrack moved into a burrow. It all happened on a somewhat of a cloudy day. Chuchundra a a little mustrack had just moved into his new burrow because there was tall green grass that flowed when the wind blowed and beautiful bushes that smelt like rosemary and felt like grass after it's been cut. his other burrow was infested with red ants so after he got settled into his new burrow he went out to go and meet people in the garden. When

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    and fourth. Calling each other name and insulting each other. I was shocked because I can’t believe what i was seeing and hearing. I didn’t say anything, just watched and listen. But in my mind I said “why are you guys fighting for something as little as who goes first”. Once the argument was done I was able to finish her and the other lady with there oder. After that nothing really exciting happened. Costumers came and I rang them up and they

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    Have you ever had the feeling that someone has changed drastically over the course of time? Perhaps your friend has not been the same as when you two were little? We know this has happened some time to everybody as it has also happened to the main character Christopher from The Curious Incident of The Dog at Nighttime. From the start of the book Christopher has changed drastically demonstrating that he is a dynamic character and this change is plain. Christopher is changing drastically demonstrating

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    I was waiting for Friday to come because then I would find out what part I got! Friday slowly rolled around, but I still had a full day of school! Everyone was so jumpy and hyper! I was happy, but my finger really hurt! It was 2:59, 10! 9! 8! 7! 6! 5! 5! 3! 2! 1! The bell rang and everybody sprinted home! Me and Willy

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    Adderall

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    friends. “What.. whats wrong, why are yall here so early?” said Kayla. “Well we have really bad news”, said Lisa, another best friend of Kaylas. “What do you mean wheres Samantha?” She died. Kayla in shook tried to sit up but she couldn’t. “What do you mean she died, how, when,where.” “Samantha died last night in the hotel that she was going to say.” Kayla was more shocked then ever her mind was thinking of all sorts of stuff that she couldn’t even concentrate on what had actually happened. “The police

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    1.) The first group is the Dakota or what I took as the Dakota anyway. The first being one called the “Sioux Maiden,” a young woman with her back to a tree and the opening of what appears to be a field. She is wearing a head band with some sort of design on it and her long hair is in two pig-tail braids that hang down and over her shoulders. Her baggy top has design of little button like dots and different patches of colored fabric around her neck, and wrists. The skirt touches the ground in a flowing

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    She claimed they were drinking tonight at a bar, and when they came home, they argued but she could not remember what they argued about. Without warning during the argument, Kirby hit her in the face. Wakefield did not know how many times Kirby hit her, what else might have happened during the fight, and denied hitting Kirby. Her answer to my questions was, "I don't remember." While speaking to Wakefield, I noticed she had a cut on her lip and

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    profession, which helped us as to come together and integrate our critical points of view to develop strategies on how to approach Ms. Eagan’s case and what measures to take. Our team initiated communication online through a group page. Using this initial strategy we where able to discuss our information and come to several conclusions on what happened to Ms. Eagan. Through this process I was able

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    After a few years past Achuakir grow up, but Shardsong did not know that Donnchadh named him Achuakir, but she then named him Metalus. Even though he knew his name his father gave him, he blocked his childhood memories because they weren't the most happy of memories. Images like the two of them alone in the cave, Donnchadh not being there and every time Metalus asked his mom she would just cry. So he made a mind block to rid himself of those memories. One day Shardsong wanted to go out on one of

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