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  • Personal Narrative: The Big Move

    I had called ahead to let them know that we would be there after hours and they were kind enough to open our apartment and leave us a key. I circled the parking lot like a vulture looking for food trying to find the right building. Once I found it, I unloaded the cats and then went around the corner to my sister’s house with the kids. We spent our first night there because the pod was being delivered to her house in the morning. When it arrived, we started the monstrous task of unloading. Carefully we opened the pod waiting for the avalanche of furniture to come down on us. We were lucky to be alive when it all stayed in place. There were three pickup trucks that were loaded up and driven back and forth from my sister’s house to my apartment like an assembly line. The guys did that and unloaded everything into the apartment where my sister and I unpacked everything and put it away. You would have thought we had done this a million times before. We were a well-oiled machine working as a team to make this place our new home. By dinner time, we were almost completely moved…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: I Build A Tree House

    It was finally Friday. I love school and everything, but I was looking forward to this weekend. I had plans to play with the girl who lives in the apartment below me today. Together we had decided to build a Treehouse in the backyard. When I really think about it, we might only be able to build a landing of some sort because we only have one long piece of plywood. However we were both determined to make something out of our single supply. I went through my apartment getting ready for my big…

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  • Condos Vs Small Town House Essay

    want peace and quiet while still maintaining some level of security and proximity to neighbours that a detached house lacks. Living in an apartment complex often has a community feeling that townhouses lack. You may form connections with your immediate neighbours in townhouses, but not always with other neighbours in the street or neighbourhood. On the other hand, noisy or disrespectful neighbours can be a bigger problem in an apartment building than a townhouse. Townhouses aren’t completely…

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  • Essay On Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal Of The Day

    was dazed. He pointed his handgun at me: and, I saw it flash twice. Then, I felt someone fall on top of me. I rolled him off; and I looked at him. The guy had two holes in his head already. I knew Mr. Blonde would be alright. All throughout that, I was hearing gun shots. Mr. White put down the rest of the people in the room. It was just one after another. The guards started to run through the door from the alley outside and we cleared the way out. Once outside I started seeing dust kick up…

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  • The Benefits Of Kuwaitis

    (2012) said “The spot price of Brent averaged $111.26 per barrel, marking the first time the global benchmark averaged more than $100 per barrel for a year”. The high oil prices have strengthened the local economy, which impacted the prices of real estate. The prices of real estate were increasing for years. However, 2011 witnessed the highest increase in prices. Kuwait Financial House in their Local Real Estate Report (2011) said, “Prices of traded real estate investment increased by 33%”.…

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  • Deadly Weapon Investigation Report

    INTRODUCTION: The suspect threatened to hit the victim with a 4-Way lug wrench and a piece of plywood. The suspect then threw a large rock at the victim 's living room window as the victim stood in front of it all in violation of PC 245(a)(1)-Assault with a Deadly Weapon. LOCATION DESCRIPTION: The location is a two story apartment complex located on the southwest corner of Orange Grove Boulevard and Cypress Avenue. The victim’s living room window is on the east side of the residence and faces…

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  • The Importance Of Utopia In Trap City

    kicked out of the city. Families are generally loving, fun, and respectful to all other families in the city. Each family can have as many kids as they want because it is not regulated. But the family must know if they are not able to take care of the child or provide for them, the child will be given to someone who can. Housing is a very nice feature in Trap City. Houses are usually very beautiful on the inside and out. Your house depends on the amount of children you have. The more children…

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  • Summary Of Coalhouse Walker's Ragtime

    speaking another language was not a benefit during this time, but instead was a heavy burdened that caused many to fail in their attempts to succeed. Ragtime offers the reader a harsh dose of reality as it says, “One Hundred Negroes a year were lynched. One hundred miners were burned alive. One hundred children were mutilated. There seemed to be quotas for these things. There seemed to be quotas for death by starvation.” (Doctorow 40) No matter where they arrived from, many immigrants and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Day Of Work

    I was a fresh 19 years old and felt like I was ready to do whatever I wanted. I was working part-time at a Great Clips here in the suburbs of Bensenville, taking a few classes at College of Dupage, and not really doing much besides partying with my friends in my spare time. My Best friend Paige just finished her first year at Columbia College downtown, and was looking to get out of her dorm. She was interested in moving into an apartment, but needed to find a room mate. I always dreamt of living…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Home

    was seventeen, I walked in on my home being robbed by some local kids. They were upstairs when I came into the house and escaped through a window, but the idea that I could have come home earlier still haunts me. Although those experiences happened long before my story, none of them as clearly taught me the necessity of having a phone near me at all times. I purchased my first home when I was twenty-one. It was a cute little three bedroom house with hedges in the front and windows all along the…

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