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    A raw, poignant story of a band of Brazilian street kids who survive -- if they can -- by their wits alone. Asphalt Angels is a realistic depiction of the life of street children in Brazil seen through the eyes of Alex, a street child of 13 in Brazil who has been kicked onto the city streets by his stepfather after his mother dies. He is alone and scared. Unfortunately, jobs that provide enough money for food and shelter are nonexistent. He eventually falls in with a surrogate family of street urchins who call themselves the Asphalt Angels, headed by two older teens, Roy and his girlfriend, Duda. They hang out together for protection, supporting themselves through petty thievery and sniffing glue for a cheap high. This is the story of how he…

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    The M9 Case Study

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    for a submission. The makers SACO, Beretta, S&W, and H&K submitted their version of a 9-mm pistol. Preliminary test include simple frame features like trigger design and how the sights are placed. Then the practical test began, the pistols would go through several test and be compared to a control of a .45 cal pistol. The service life test is one where they take 3 sample pistols from each maker and…

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    “I guess just the usual tricks and toys that your branch supplies,” Axel pointed out. “Pay attention, Axel! That Beretta there will replace your Makarov,” Zimri continued, “I would most appreciate if you gave me that old gun of yours.” “This gun has never let me down before. Why do I need an upgrade?” Axel pleaded. “Don’t ask questions Axel! Now go and complete your mission,” Zimri finished. Axel left the airport conference room and met up with the Mitsubishi dealer to arrange for a car.…

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    Jacqui and T-Dog followed Andrea out and greeted the group sharing in the merriment of their return. Dixie was slowly backing away from Shane who had yet to move from his spot close to her and retreated towards her tent near the edge of the camp. She passed a tall brunet comforting her son Carl who looked like he was about to cry. Dixie felt sorry for the boy, his mother Lori told her that his father passed away in a coma when the outbreak started. Dixie remembered feeling horrible for thinking…

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