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    CR-227: A Short Story

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    She stood at the foot of the bed admiring his lean, but muscular body and how his erect cock invited her in. She licked her lips as she slowly crept onto the bed, straddling his legs and running her hands up his thighs. When she finally reached his manhood, she allowed her hands to stroke his pelvis, being careful to only allow an occasional brush up against his shaft or sack. It was her turn to tease him, to get him back for what he done to her. She could tell he was frustrated because his…

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    Notes from the Underground is a novel which is written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1864. It is a Russian text, but later on, it was translated into other languages. The novel is about a man who decides to alienate himself. He isolates himself and he becomes an inactive man. Thus, the theme of alienation is obvious in the novel. "A Hunger Artist" is a short story which is written by Franz Kafka. It is about a man who chooses the art of fasting to seek attention, recognition, and success. The…

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    Charlotte Perkins story “The Yellow Wall-Paper” is set in the summer where John and his wife rent a colonial mansion out in the country side miles ways from the town. This mansion gives the appearance of a haunted house since it is isolated and is an older style home. John and his wife will face many issues while staying in the mansion such as, dealing with depression, seeing things, and being obsessed with the room. John’s wife is currently trying to recuperate and is forbidden to lift a finger…

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    The Attack of the Mutant Chicken Nuggets My story begins in a small rural town called Nowhere, Nebraska. It’s a mile from You Turned the Wrong Way, and right next to, You’re A Goner. Times are tough around these parts, people up and leaving and never to be seen around here again, and my guardian leaving for the Reserves every month. Leaving me with my crazy inventors I call my “Grandparents”. They are an older couple who’s taken care of me since… the accident. Well anyways this is the story of…

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    for what was to come. A burst of energy soared through me as I sprang forward with a giant leap. Thunk! I had literally hit my first wall. It was taller than it appeared. I grasped tightly to the edge, flailing, and swinging. Alas, as my fingers began to slip, I tumbled miserably to the ground. Defeat was forthcoming. It wasn’t even the first obstacle of the race. A wall meant to build my stamina, increase my momentum, a test of my strength and will, instead…

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    Hallway Research Paper

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    by a single light attached to the middle of the popcorn ceiling. There used to be two lights but one bulb flickered and died leaving the hallway dim. The popcorn ceiling is picked off and gone in some spots, mostly around the light and close to the walls. There are also a few tan stains that are darker around the edges and lighter almost white as they go in. The stains might be water stains from who ever lived in the house before. The flooring in the hallway is a worn dark blue carpet from the…

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    different vibrant colors stationed at each desk, my own being purple. A cushy rug with a checkered pattern displaying the alphabet fills space between the desks and the chalkboard. The wall to my left has the sticker board marking how many teeth each student has lost. I had six stickers, although most kids had more. On the wall to my right were individual pockets, each containing six cards, and every student had their name written on their pocket. The six cards were the six colors of the…

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    probably in the basement of the cabin as it was the only building for miles. He stood up too quickly and stumbled into the wall next to him. He used his hands to feel around on the wall and located a door. He tried to open it, but unsurprisingly it was locked. He could tell it was old and not very stable so he lined himself up with it and backed up. He charged shoulder first into the wall and it crashed down with a bang. Brandon really hoped the woman wasn’t home because if she was she…

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    Child Development Paper

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    An ideal learning environment in a child development center is one that stimulates a child’s cognitive, language, social, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, and sensory skills through developmentally appropriate practices that enhances creativity. Meaning early childhood educators must plan their lesson plan activities, select their classroom materials, and design their classroom floor plan to meet the developmental needs of the children in the classroom in a fun inventive way. In this paper,…

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    It was late at night, and no one was awake. I was seven years old, and I lay in bed as I jumped at the sound of the closet shaking from the wind. The wind was howling wildly outside, and a veil of darkness covered the room. I could picture terrifying monsters creeping around my room, the ones that my sister had told me about. "When it's dark and late at night, and you're all alone, the monsters will come out. The monsters are as dark as the inside of your closet, with huge blood-shot eyes,…

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