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    They both wanted those cherries, but they knew that the man would not just give them the cherries. So they came up with a plan to trick the man into giving them the cherries. They took pieces of wood, carved them to look like coins and painted them gold. Badger and Otter approached the man and ask for the basket of cherries for the coins. The man was hesitant at first, but some money is better than none. The man gave Badger the basket of cherries in exchange for the coins. Badger and Otter ran…

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    Malcom Forbes once said, "Diamonds are nothing more than chunks of coal that stuck to their jobs". Although this statement is true, it does not mean that all diamonds are alike. Individuals find diamonds in different shades, with different levels of clarity and more. Thanks to advances in diamond cutting technology, individuals now have access to different styles as well. A good example of this is the sunshine cut diamond, one where the cut was designed in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida. Before…

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    When one pictures Orlando, the first thing that comes to mind is amusement parks, great weather, and perfect vacation getaways. This past weekend, however, shook the Sunshine state—and the nation—to its core as bloodshed overwhelmed the local community. On Friday afternoon, the 22-year-old singer who made her name on NBC’s “The Voice,” Christina Grimmie, posted a video to her Twitter and Facebook accounts jovially inviting her fans to watch her perform. Shortly after her performance, she…

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    Excalibur (Hill). Gabby won the Virginia State gymnastics Championship when she was just eight years old (Brian). Gabrielle Douglas says “I’d been dreaming of an Olympic gold medal since I was eight” (Douglas…

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    Throughout the world non-renewable resources are extracted from the earth 's surface such as oil, copper, gold, iron, by mining industries daily. Mining companies are located anywhere around the world but Latin America specifically has many resources that Mining industries want. The most popular places; Peru, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and Argentina have the largest amounts of mines and exportation of resources, but even though these are the largest in south America, mines are found in small…

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    semantic relations based on world text theory with Ovid’s king Midas’ story from Metamorphoses (Ziolkowski‏ 200). In Metamorphoses, Book XI, King Midas was granted a wish, viz., everything he touches, turns into gold. His wish proved to be a curse since his food and drink turn into gold. Upon his request, the wish was taken away. His foolishness did not stop at the curse-like wish; moreover, he commits another blunder when he judges Pan a winner in a music contest between Pan and Apollo. To…

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    desert Santiago needs the help of the English man to cross the desert and not be killed. While crossing the desert the Englishman teaches him about omens and The Alchemist. The Alchemist, who is 200 years old and has found the way to turn lead into gold. The Alchemist sought out Santiago in order for him to achieve his personal legend. Without the help of The King, The Englishman, and the Alchemist, Santiago would never have found his treasure. First, the King is a major part in Santiago's…

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    breaking your precious gold necklace or bracelet. Unfortunately, this frequently happens to many people simply because the gold is so delicate and precious. Pulling or yanking too hard on it in a rushed attempt to remove it, getting it snagged on something or accidentally snapping it while trying to untangle it can easily break the chain. Jewelry repair service is expensive and can sometimes cost as much as the gold necklace or bracelet did itself. So most times, your broken gold necklace or…

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    almost always have had formal training and have received a degree from an art school or who have apprenticed with a Master. On the other hand, artisans who create handcrafted beaded jewelry may or may not have formal training. Rather than create the gold or silver used in their jewelry, these artisans purchase those materials. In addition to purchasing metals, beaded jewelry artisans must also purchase gemstones, crystals, glass or other materials. The quality of these materials plus the…

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    companies in Colorado. The Henderson Mine in Empire, Colorado and the Cresson Mine is located in Victor, Colorado. The Henderson Mine produced the mineral molybdenum. The Cripple Creek & Victor Mine produces the mineral gold. Cripple Creek & Victor mine is Colorado’s largest gold mine. The Henderson Mine was founded in 1976 and operated by Climax Molybdenum Company. It has produced 770 million pounds of molybdenum since opening. The mine annual revenue is unknown, but the mine itself it worth…

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