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    In the New Testament, Junia, Pricilla, Phoebe, and Mary Magdalene were four females with leadership roles in the Jesus movement. These females were deaconesses, evangelists, educators, or preachers. The New Testament provides insight into the debate of female leadership and ordination during the early church movement; a debate that continues now. Certain Christian denominations today permit female ordination, while other denominations stand firm against female pastors; both use the New Testament…

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    The year was 1992; I was thirteen years old and a seventh grader in middle school. I grew up in Lawrenceville Georgia with my mother, father, and two sisters. My parents were married twenty-five years at this point in my life. My dad was seventy-seven years old, but he was a young seventy-seven, my mother was forty-four years old. He had a full time job cleaning offices at UPS. My father would cook dinner, work a full time job, and take care of my sisters and me because my mother worked a…

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    An Essay About My Sisters

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    Growing up in a house with three sisters was a very interesting childhood for me. My parents raised all four of us and it could not have been an easy task. We were all very close in age and became the best of friends. Through the good times and bad we always stuck together. Even in school we saw each other, had the same classes, teachers, and friends. However our lives are so much different from each other 's. Yes, we all were homeschooled and yes, we all have the same family, house, and schools…

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    In Fludd, the small town of Fetherhoughton has many ancient struggles that have plagued it since before anyone can remember. There are neighborly squabbles that many fail to recollect how they began and issues with the faith in the most divine members of the society. Fetherhoughton is “surrounded on three sides by gloomy moors, is stark and dreary, a dead end where unwanted people are unceremoniously dumped. (“Fludd”)” Mantel begins Fludd with such an unhappy depressing scenery that contrasts…

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    Have you ever argued with your sibling? Pamela Dugdale once said that “Siblings are the people we practice on, the people who teach us about fairness and cooperation and kindness and caring, quite often the hard way”. Siblings play a very important role in one another’s lives. Sibling relationships are likely to be one of the longest relationships in our lives. It is one of the most important relationships a person can have, and like any other kind of relationship, it is full of agreements and…

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    Her Sister's Heart Poem

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    This poem written by Elaine Magarrell is about the speaker cooking her sister’s tongue and brother’s heart. She describes the layout vividly and appetizing, almost as if she was writing her own recipe book. However, there is more than just cooking in the poem. Magarrell lets the readers know that the poem was written in a sarcastic voice and used figure of speech throughout the poem. I believe Magarrell intentions is to let the reader know that the oldest son/daughter is sometimes aggravated by…

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    Greek and Roman architecture has made a number of the foremost painting images in history. Whereas the Romans transferred and tailored the Greek technicality, each cluster showed the way to use their structural creations to outline their own ideals. As noted on the Palomar instructional vogue Guide, the Greeks most popular a post and header construction methodology, whereas the Romans favored a true arch construction. The distinction is especially within the columns, that's the…

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    Harry Salvo Case Study

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    17:12-13.) Franklin divulged information about Lyndsay’s family drama and about Harry’s unfortunate termination which occurred when he expressed his frustrations with the school because this incident led to the school obtaining a restraining order against Harry for his comments and loitering. (Tr. 17:21-25). After the conversation with Franklin, Officer Tompkin returned to the station to conduct a further inquiry into Harry and discovered that because of an indiscretion in 2010 Harry had…

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    The Thomas Jefferson house has a lot of classical features that are described in the architecture of the building. If we first look at the middle of the building, we see a triangle right above the columns. Right in between the triangle and the columns is a large slab known as the abacus which is to support the architrave that is right about it. The triangle that is above of the columns is known as the frieze. The frieze is the widest and central part of a piece and is often richly decorated with…

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    Pompeii Research Paper

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    In autumn of 79 CE, a massive volcanic eruption occurred: the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. The explosion blew off an entire part of the volcano, and smoke and fire shot into the air. A huge ‘mushroom cloud’ made up of pieces of pumice—a type of light and porous volcanic rock—followed, and an even bigger mass of ash blasted up after that. These clouds collapsed in the air under their own weight, and crashed down upon two cities near the area. Buildings collapsed, and even as many people tried to…

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