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    proof, meaning the burden to prove by the greater weight of the credible evidence. On the night of October 5, 2012, Taylor Hamilton was driving his mother’s Lincoln Town car to P-Cubed. As he was driving down Nash Street, the plaintiff, Alex Cooper dashed from the woods, without looking, wearing a dark hoodie and jeans. He ran into the first lane of traffic before running in front of Taylor Hamilton’s car and being struck. Hamilton was unable to see Cooper before she dashed onto the street because the poor lighting and Cooper’s dark clothing. As soon as Hamilton saw Cooper, he slammed the brakes, but it was too late. This is a driver’s worst nightmare, that someone comes running out in front of you and you don’t have time to stop. Taylor Hamilton testified…

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    “NTGUILTY” I’ve always been intrigued by thrilling scenes and suspenseful moments in the movies I watch and grown to love. The Lincoln Lawyer is no exception. The Lincoln Lawyer is in a genre that truly speaks to me. The Lincoln Lawyer is a crime, drama, and thriller film starring Mick Haller played by Matthew McConaughey, a defensive lawyer who represents low life criminals, drug dealers, con artists, and call girls. The film fits perfectly into the categories I like most. Crime, drama, and…

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    expression, Next generation city characterizes a city that has qualities, which regard both the individuals and the land. A next generation city must be the result of people developing and building conveniently and productively. And in addition, being an example for other cities to learn from, to also help motivate and inspire the next generations to build better cities. Without these cities striving to progress, residents and the environment will fall behind. Portland, Oregon is among one of…

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    urban land uses. Tai po is a good example to illustrate this point. In the 1950s, Tai Po was a piece of agricultural land and a peaceful country side. With the rapid growth of the population, the areas of originally land use decreased. But at the same time, the residential and commercial land use increased. It shows that the developers develope the rural areas as new towns and became an urban area. This situation is called urban encroachment. The phenomenaes of urban encroachment in Hong…

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    Some people prefer to live in the small town where they grew up in and some prefer the big city, where there’s tons of excitement and plenty of things to do. Small towns are secluded, stress-free, and traditional for some. There are plenty of advantages of living in a small town compared then living in a big city. Living in a quiet, friendly environment where you know all of your neighbors because most of you grew up together. People never have to worry about crime happening or something serious…

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    Gordon Childe, who was the most influential archeologists of the twentieth century. Childe states that the word “city” is hard to define so he breaks the history of cities down the try to explain the word. He comes up with three stages of the urban revolution to help explain the history of cities. They are the Neolithic, urban and industrial stages. These revolutions show the progressive change in the economic structure and social organization of communities. The first revolution stage was from…

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    Our Town Colby Analysis

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    Small Town Living Both Colby and Our Town are both small towns, but they both have their differences. Our Town has a population “within the city limits: 2, 640” (Wilder 15) and colby has a population of 5,419. Our Town is a little bit smaller than Colby, but they both show similar characteristics. In small towns everyone knows almost everyone who lives there. This can be good and bad because with everyone knowing each other, news spread like a wildfire. If people do something big everyone will…

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    The story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson is a short story containing shocking realism. On June 27th all the villagers will come together to participate in a huge lottery run by Mr.Summers who hosts all big civic events that go on in town. Each man will pick a slip of paper from a black wooden box and cannot open the slip of paper until each man has one.The name of whom has been selected is Bill Hutchinson. After his name has been called out his wife Tessie instantly starts to protest. Since…

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    Blindly following society’s norms can lead to consequences that negatively affect the lives of the followers. Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery begins with a focus on the villagers gathering for a lottery. The people begin to wonder where Tessie Hutchinson is who shows up late. Once the lottery begins, Mr. Hutchinson draws the marked paper leading to Tessie being chosen. She attempts to reason with the people claiming “it isn’t fair” (Jackson 6), however the villagers ignore her pleas and attack…

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    The War Prayer Irony

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    There are many outcomes that can happen through the war that one does not even begin to realize. For starters, in a “True Story,” Aunt Rachel was able to reunite with her son Henry and gain her freedom. However, in “Editha,” Editha lost her fiancé in the war in part to some action of her for wanting him to go and the towns people expecting the very same. Therefore, I find that I agree with the authors for the most part on what they are trying to say about war and the cost it has on everyone…

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