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    Hot, dry summer days are what I yearn for. The scorching sun busting out from behind the immense pale clouds. The rays of light pointing to the top of the lush hillside behind my house. The main top of the hillside is covered in tall oak trees that are lined with paradise green leaves. Branches stretch out like long, thin arms. In the far background, the ancient oak trees split apart and provide a small opening. The opening covered with old, dry grass is home to a small log cabin. That small,…

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    It was a gorgeous, but frigid Wednesday afternoon in January as I made it to Wadsworth library around two o’ clock. Checking my watch, I made sure it was two. I was meeting my best friend, Zaire for lunch and when I tell you that he’s a stickler for time, the boy’s been on time for everything since I first met him in ninth grade. The library was quiet with patrons on the computers while some older folks were playing chess in the back corner. I scanned the spot for Zaire, but found no sight of…

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    Many people have come to the conclusion that gestures and body languages are natural for humans and it is considered to be a universal language. It can be debated that gestures are part of speaking and assists humans to understand more of what is being communicated. Like when giving directions, a vast majority of people will not only describe the destination’s route with their words, but would additionally use their hands to display the curves of the route suggested. Arika Okrent, a linguistic…

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    himself into some serious trouble, and it was partly my fault. One Saturday afternoon, my family was lounging around watching A Series of Unfortunate Events and cleaning the house while I was painting my nails. I remember sitting in a big recliner chair with the open nail polish remover bottle sitting on a…

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    My Infant Classroom Essay

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    My ideal Infant classroom The goal of my ideal infant classroom is to ensure that the safety of each child during all routine and activities and be attentive all the time. Also, I need to make sure I provide a healthy, safe and secure environment by arranging the room in a way that promotes learning and development of movement skills (tummy time, crawling, turning over, sitting, etc.). CLASSROOM DESIGN GUIDELINES The following guidelines provide a starting point for the design of my infant…

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    think while sitting in that beige, swivel chair. As I was parked in that seat, going through everything I had done in the past week, nothing I could think of rendered punishable. The door to my right flew open, and out came my high school principal, Mr. White, standing in the doorway, arms crossed, his shadow stretched across the worn gray carpet. “Hello Tyler, please come have a seat in my office.” I walked in, slumped over, and sat in the chair on the other side of his desk. He was a…

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    natural light outside was fading as the clock struck eight. George and Lenny both finished their work, collected their daily pay and walked back to their single-room apartment. The broken-down apartment consisted of a small table, one chair missing a back, another chair missing a leg, and two cots lying on the ground near the only window. There was a bathroom, but the shower barely worked, the sink constantly dripped, and the toilet was missing a lid. “Now Lennie, We have to work two shifts…

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    Epoxy: A Short Story

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    Vanessa inserted her fingers into her pussy, Carrie slowly increased the frequency causing violet sparks to jump frantically around her nipple. When her finger hit the magic spot in her pussy and she arched up in the chair and let out a loud “fuck”. Vanessa slumped into the chair exhausted as if she had run a marathon. Carrie turned off the machine saying, “See I told you it would be great.” Vanessa panting, “I can’t wait to try the other method,” obviously Carrie told her about the…

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    Leigh And Her Mom Analysis

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    white and she wears a denim jumper skirt. She looks very not so happy playing with the rocking horse, both of her hand is holding the rocking horse; seems that she is having fun time with the rocking horse. Her mom is sitting on a chair; she has one leg on the chair and one leg on the floor. Her mom I swearing a…

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    When I was born my mother was living in Calumet, so that’s where I was. My birth put a delay on things. She was 18 by one day and still finishing high school. That is where we lived for the first two years of my life. I don’t recall anything from that time but I’ve frequently gone back to the house, until recently. The house itself is not within the city limits of Calumet; it is alongside Lake Superior. The road going to it passes by the soccer fields and slopes down the longest hill i 've…

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