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    Filbert's Contributions

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    an SS Killer: The Life of Colonel Alfred Filbert, 1905-1990, looks to shed light on the mindset and conduct behind a mid/ lower level perpetrator. Basing the primary research of his book on archival records, Filbert 's trial reports, witness testimony, Kay exposes Filbert as a materialist killer, "a man who only had his own advancement in mind" (122). On trial for his crimes, Filbert tried to cast himself as the victim, but Kay 's research presents the Filbert actions were all done in order to gain him notoriety, admiration, and aid in his career advancement. By presenting both Filberts own victimized reasoning and the data that present Filberts as a careerist, Kays methods, grant the reader a broader…

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    Filbert shared the same dream as Terminus, being a gladiator or a knight. They met at a area fight Whenever they free time, they would fight with sticks, or branches, until one of them was on the ground, but at the same time trying not to injure the other one. At one of Terminus and Filbert's meetings they decided that they had to find out what was on the other side of the lake surrounding the city, no madder the danger that faced them. They started to devise a plan. The plan was that at…

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    The Hyacinth Macaw

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    The hyacinth macaw lives in the Amazon RainForest, has bright gorgeous blue feathers, and eats lots of berries, nuts, and tiny bugs. The hyacinth macaw is mostly found in tall trees , swamps, forests, and near rivers in the Amazon RainForest. Also,the hyacinth macaw is found mostly in riverside tropical rainforest and palm swamps. It’s habitat goes throughout the hyacinth macaw’s range, however, from the moist forest with a broken canopy, to mature palm forest, to grassland .More information,…

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    Dogtown Research Paper

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    the term "dogtown time," which was used in the 1960s to refer to the period around dinner when families would let out their pets out to prevent them from begging for scraps. Stevens, who played basketball in the neighborhood, knew it was time to eat whenever dogs began to roam the streets. Map of Ghost Town (Ghosttown). | PHOTO: OPENSTREETMAP CONTRIBUTORS West Oakland is also home to Ghost Town (Ghosttown), located West of Telegraph and East of San Pablo. Like Dogtown, there are many…

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    which made it difficult to let her go. At some point on the trail it snowed for a few days, and it was a really tough time for Cheryl. “Come back,” I called lightly, and then suddenly shouted, “MOM! MOM! MOM! MOM!” I didn’t know the word was going to come out of my mouth until it did.”(Cheryl Strayed “Wild” page 144). On this page Cheryl finally realizes she had not let go of her mother. Strayed realized she had bottled up a mass of deep dark emotions that she finally let loose. Strayed was…

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    desire for him (sexual desire in the body) and embrace a desire for God (in the heart): “To him, I beseech you, not to me, should be directed all your devotion, all your compassion, all your remorse… Mourn for your Savior and Redeemer, not for your corrupter and fornicator.” This is not a novel request, considering the fact that repression of the body is a central characteristic of aspirational Christian perfection. However, Abelard seems to consider this casting off of the metaphorical physical…

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