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    In life, most people set their goals to endeavor so they can fulfill them. However, once those goals are met, people are not as happy as they expected to be. The theme of the corruption of the American Dream in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, is the greed in his characters lives. This may be used to show how corrupted the American Dream gets when people let it consume them. This can explicitly be seen through the characters: Jay Gatsby and Myrtle Wilson. In the novel, Myrtle Wilson is…

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    Never Let a Moment Pass We live our lives being told what to do and when and where to be, we are molded from day one by our parents. Many of us spent half of our childhood thinking of the day we would be free from their grasp. As the middle child of seven that day could not come soon enough. All the while not realizing that the man who raised me even in his mistakes wouldn’t always be there, he wouldn’t always remain the same. I took his health, and life for granted always believing that he…

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    The automotive industry is dominated by five key players General Motors, Chrysler, Ford Motor Co, Toyota Motor Co, and Honda Motor Co. The majority of the markets shares are divided up respectively between these five giants. This makes this industry an oligopoly, since not one company has full control over the market. When talking about the way profits are measure we turn to the GDP. The GDP, gross domestic product, is the total market value of all goods and service summed together in the course…

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    The subject of suburbia and its’ association with the ‘Australian Dream’ has historically been a source of negative discourse amongst social commentators and other intellectuals , as well as artists. In order to explore the complexities of what the concept of suburbia entails, a clear definition must be established. The Oxford dictionary defines a suburb as that an outlying district of a city, especially a residential one and suburbia as the suburbs or their inhabitants viewed collectively.…

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    Terms of Endearment is a movie that follows the relationship between a mother and daughter. From childhood to adulthood viewers can watch the characters grow and change. They developed their qualities while still being themselves. I find this movie to be very good because it is very relatable. Most people have a mom that they might not get along with all the time, like in the movie. Although they fight they always seem to come back together and make up. It´s hard to stay mad at your mom for long…

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    Ransom of Jimmy, a Story of Brains A wonderfully bright yellow sun rises over the small town of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. A young small boy named Jimmy runs across his yard to his bright blue house, He see’s his Dad working on something in the shed. But more importantly, he smells the sweet and powerful aroma of pancakes being cooked by his Mom. “Jimmy!, Stephenie! Breakfast is ready” yells Jimmy’s Mom “Coming, mom” Yells Jimmy back Jimmy runs as fast as he can towards the kitchen, but also…

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    Landon Catlett and Steven Eubanks met face to face in the early morning at a hospital just outside of Portland, Oregon, on February 21, 1996, as Landon was birthed into this world, beginning a new chapter in both of their lives. Little did they know that this was a start to a relationship that would appear unbreakable due to how similar they seemed. However, they also were very different in many aspects which is why I will guide you through a comparison and contrast of Landon Catlett and Steven…

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    Toro Company Case Study

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    1). The Toro Company then branched out to providing lawn mowers, and in the early 1960’s, added the snowthrower to their inventory. Eventually, the company started offering a range of products for outdoor care. The Toro Company is “a global leader in turf and landscape maintenance equipement and irrigation…

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    1.0 Introduction Over the last few years the technological boom in our society has paved the way for ordinary people to have the ability to access materials in information to build basic robots, creating a drastic increase in ideas and concepts in robot design. Humans have always placed high expectations upon robots, as world conquering wonder machines which are able to make our lives easier, solve all our problems for us and allow us to become increasingly lazy. However, is the amount of…

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    The connection, “Friendship can overcome anything” is a pattern that happens throughout all the films that I have studied. This happens in the films: The Boy in the Stripped Pyjamas directed by Mark Herman and is a Drama film/Film adaptation, Remember the Titans directed by Boaz Yankin and is a Sport/Drama film, and Tomorrow When the War Began directed by Stuart Beattie is a Drama film/Action film and Stand by me by Rob Reiner is a comedy/action/adventure. In the film The Boy in the Stripped…

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