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    different communities and people. Back then, they were made of different materials. This tradition is still being practiced nowadays. However, the options available as crafting material is confined to mainly three or four materials, which includes gold, silver, diamond and maybe platinum. Nevertheless, even after passage of so many years, the necklace stands out to be the perfect gift. Why a necklace is timeless? • Uniqueness: Necklaces stand out from other wearable accessories. Moreover,…

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    Tokyo Ghoul: Unravel My Soul Chapter One: In Every Nothing Lights from the stage flashed throughout the bar, blinding the crowd as they screamed and danced. Lights in purple, blue, red and yellow circled around them and upon the walls of the massive dance floor. There was a bar to the left, lit by black lights. On the right stood a metal clad staircase that led to an area where people could sit and enjoy their drinks. The singer was a young girl, with a short build. Her voice was rough, and…

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    At the time Coleman blew the fireball that killed Jimmy and severely damaged Jimmy’s bar, he was meeting with a client on company time. However, the doctrine of frolic and detour relieves the principal of liability if “an agent does something during the course of his/her employment to further his/her own interests rather than the principals” (Cheeseman 2010 p.475). When Coleman stole the ring, it was for his own personal interest which relieves the company of their…

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    It has the bars all over it with words that can describe one’s self. Around these chocolate bars and wording are dashed-lined boxes as if you would cut them out like coupons. The brown background fades at the center to give it a little pop, just enough to make the reader’s attention draw towards the bars. It affects everyone just by looking at it and gets them think, “I NEED a snickers right now.” They may…

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    its place on a kids shelf collecting dust.” When all kids receive a trophy, it lowers the bar; and for what? So kids can have their 5 minutes of happiness? Then after that, it just sits there collecting dust until it is eventually thrown away. Is it worth it to the kids who try and succeed? They want to feel special because they did something not because they showed up. But some people don’t care that the bar is lowered as long as the kids feel special. But, then you’re sending the message that…

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    While personal injury lawyers who have passed the bar and become licensed to argue cases in court, cases typically settle out of court rather than going to trial. Due to their expertise, personal injury lawyers have a much larger perspective, and will be able to present you with other options that you…

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    taste of success! I thought as my teeth sank into my Kit-Kat bar, which was the only piece of candy I managed to keep. Alone in my room, I munched onto the candy and recalled the unexpected events of tonight... Halloween started like every other year. I told my mom I was headed to Jenny’s house for her Halloween party. In reality, I went trick or treating. This year, my best friend, Jenny, and I agreed to dress up as Twix and Kit-Kat bars. The next few weeks were spent planning out every last…

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    Phyllis and Velma, two longtime regulars at the bar, sit listening to the jukebox as Willie was giving his best impression of the Platters, “I seem to be what I’m not you see, I’m wearing my heart like a crown,” although he can hold a note, a singer for the Platters [he is not], “Pretending that you’re still around,” Sipping on beer they have been nursing for over an hour. Phyllis and Velma are keeping a close eye on the clock. You see, this is their bowling night and it’s no accident that their…

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    Davis & Associates is a law firm in Dothan, AL, with more than 36 years of experience practicing elder law. Their attorneys serve southeast Alabama, and they help clients with everything from pursuing social security disability to understanding probate law. The team at Davis & Associates believes everyone deserves quality representation, especially those who are permanently disabled and don’t always have advocates willing to fight for them. Qualifying for social security disability is…

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    2013, 2014, 2015). 1868: E.R. Faribault E.R. Faribault observed gold mineralized rocks in the Salmon River area in 1868. 1880: Mr. George Stewart and Mr. Alex Kent A shaft was sunk into a bedding parallel auriferous quartz vein at the Salmon River property. When mined at depth, this vein was discovered to be a saddle reef-type vein along a fold hinge. 1881-1925: Various Sporadic mining occurred in the Salmon River area, with gold production estimated to have been more than 35,000 ounces. The 6…

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