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    Different interpretations of the word family get thrown around daily. Some would say friends and people that are close to you are family; Others would say your parents and siblings are your family but what is the difference. How can we put a definition on a word the could mean so many different things. If family means blood what people that are adopted think of family. Family is more than just being related by blood; its when the bond between people are so close that one feels safe and comfortable. Family has different affects on people. I believe just because you live with people doesn 't always make you family. The ones you live with could make your outlook on family a completely different thing then someone 's else views on it. Maybe to one person family is their friends and being with people that love them for who they are; However, another person could think family is the people with the same blood ad you because it is put in children head that what family is. Being with people that make the best out of you is what family is; a group of people that you could look at every day and just think that they make you a better person and they don’t even know it. The are different hardships in family that push one another way or make other family members do things that you would never imagine. In the Rocking-horse winner the boy was doing anything in his power so that his mother would notice him and show him love and he asked her "Do you think I 'm lucky, mother" (Lawrence 16)…

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    From the beginning of time, God has always had a plan for our lives. He knew who we would be and what we would eventually become. He knew that as time went on, we would need extraordinary people in our lives to look up to, and to learn from. This is why when we first were born onto the Earth, God placed us with a family who would love us and whose only desire is to help us become something more than what they could ever become. With this being said, family is not restricted to the men and women…

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    Blue People Case Study

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    Blue People: Family of Troublesome Creek Martin Fugate and his wife Elizabeth Smith moved onto the bunks of Troublesome Creek, an area in Appalachian Kentucky. Martin and Elizabeth together had seven children. The family tried to hide out in the mountains because of the blood disorder that they carry with them. The blood disorder makes their skin turn blue. The blood disorder of how and why the family’s skin turns blue. Some facts about the blue people of Kentucky. The family has lived in the…

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    Research Paper On Pony

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    Aunties are like second mothers to their nieces and nephews. They surround one with love, and is always on one's side. I have two aunties, but the youngest one is my favorite. Her name is Pony, and I love her for multiple of reasons. Pony is the best person I could ever have in my life. She is loving, independent, and over protective. My auntie Pony is loving. Pony is loving becasue everytime I come to her house she always welcome me with loving arms. She always showed her love on my birthday,…

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    disregard of the presidency is because most believe Madison was not a great president and that his political career apart from the presidency was much more interesting and successful. Wills also goes on to provide more examples of books that provide the same outcome; Gilpin’s Papers of James Madison omitted his presidential years completely and Rakove’s brief Madison biography had 24 pages dedicated to the presidency out of 180 pages (Wills p.1). Wills believes that this treatment of Madison’s…

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    Sandi Clipton (Clipton) wishes to challenge two decisions made by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The decisions affect the operation of Sanditon Aviation Pty Ltd (Sanditon), of which Clipton is the CEO. The first decision is CASA’s rejection of Clipton’s application to renew Sanditon’s Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). The effect is that Sanditon is unable to operate. The Civil Aviation Act 1988 (‘the CAA’) provides for merits review in this instance and potentially allows for new…

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