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    The Telegraph in 2008 interview. “Chart music was all I ever knew. So when I listed to the Etta and the Ella, it sounds so cheesy, but it was an awakening. I was like, oh, right, some people have proper longevity and are legends. I was so inspired that a fifteen year old, I was listening to music that had been made in the ‘40s” (Dolan). Adele’s first album “19” was named after her age, went on sale in 2008. The popular songs, “Chasing Pavements” and “Hometown Glory”. Adele was featured in a TV show called Saturday Night Live. The silly, hilarious, loved show was the most watched episode in fourteen years, with over seventeen million viewers. The album “19” went from the number forty-six on the Billboard to eleven out of two hundred! Then end of 2009, over two million copies of her amazing album were bought. In 2009 Adele was invited to the Grammy awards and won “Best New Artist”. BBC announced the singer “Sound of 2008”. To top it off she earned the Critics’ Choice prize at the popular BRIT Awards (Dolan; Editors). The emotional song “Chasing Pavements” currently has 75,149,812 views on YouTube. Adele named another album after her age, “21” that was released in 2011. Only two years and her second album sold 352,000 copies within its first week. Fans consider this album to be a break-up record. Some of the most listened to songs on the album are “Rolling in the Deep”, “Someone Like You, also the impressive distressing song, “Set Fire to the Rain” Before she knew is Adele had…

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    In the business industry, it is very important that organizations maintain an image to the public that is ethically and morally appealing. This will allow the public to gain trust in the organizations operation and how they take care of their customers. In order to accomplish this objective, it is imperative that an action plan is implemented into the organization in order to improve its corporate social responsibility efforts. To maintain its corporate social responsibility, the organization…

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    the daycare instructor spelling his name and naming letters and vowels and the other 50% drawing scribbles on pavement. Brian spent most of his time playing with himself or with others. He rarely asked for anything or did any behaviors that are really significant. However, the observation was not up close. When the child was inside a glass window was separating him from me which did not allow me to hear what was being said in the classroom. Another hindrance of the observation was the…

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    Chapter One Beat up, old chucks pounding the pavement; heavy, labored breathing as the mysterious teenage girl runs through the busy streets of New York; trying to shake the obvious and menacing guy chasing her. When she left her house this morning she never would have thought that she would be running for her life. Why don't we go back to where it all started; that one fateful morning when her whole world came crashing down around her. Reagan makes her way down the creaky, old…

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    In slow motion perception, the first raindrop falls alone, leaving the dark depressing clouds hanging overhead. A thunderous impregnated boom unleashes a showery hoard stalking the alone raindrop as if it was a manhunt chasing a wanted man through an Iowa cornfield. All things are captured within the watery pearl, as it plummets opposite to a Dicksboro apartment building, where people are seen through their noirish ledged windows performing their daily rituals and routines; similar to advent…

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    of tone, theme, and point of view of “Richard Cory” he shows us the reality of a person who suffers from suicidal thoughts while others admire him. Throughout Richard Cory’s life, Arlington shows the audience how the community views him, giving him a king like aura. Arlington wrote this from an outside point of view, through the eyes of a member in the community, the audience sees how the town views Richard. There infatuation with Richard and they way he walks, talks, etc. was confinding him.…

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    the gleaming sun always greeted my eyes. Sometimes, we sat and had a meal, made conversations, or simply relaxed. We brought up board games to play and books to read. No one had ever questioned it, but I think we enjoyed being on the roof because of the feeling of liberality. When only the sky covered our heads, it felt like we could create an image in our minds and make it come to life. There was no other feeling quite like the one on our roof. The sight was surreal. I remember always being…

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    The age of rocket science is endured by a society that is full of lies and delusions, where fairy tales whisper among the people a story of a power that human beings receive from technology, the ability to escape their unpleasant reality by creating another living dimension, a virtual world of video gaming. Deceptions about the American Dream with sports car dyed with glamor and townhouse painted with prosperity direct the life of every individual. Chasing after the glory of those great…

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    grandparents successfully carried out most aspects of the American Dream. But, instead of attaining the capstone of the American dream, buying a house on a piece of land, my grandparents strangely chose to settle in the Carriage Court mobile home park. The small park is located across from the Santa Rosa Marketplace on Santa Rosa Avenue. Hap and Gladys moved in thirty years ago, well before Target, Costco, and the other mega-retailers were erected. Driving down the entrance road, it is easy to…

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    With those sharp teeth and pale complexion, Cora was convinced that he had to be a vampire. Even though she hadn’t believed they existed before today. She looked at him with wide eyes and said, “This isn’t the address I gave you.” The driver smiled slightly, “Oh, I know sweetheart, but this is your final destination.” Cora gasped as the driver snatched the bag from off of her lap and took off running away from the cab. Cora wrestled with her seatbelt and then began chasing the vampire driver.…

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