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    Batgirl Vol 1: Batgirl of Burnside is about Barbara Gordon also known as Babs, who is the main character. She is trying to start all over with her life, away from all the action that she has had in the past. After years of painful recovery from the gunshot that severed her spine, Barbara Gordon has a new home, a new costume, and a new attitude. (Publisher Weekly, 55). Babs pack all the necessary, moves to the other side of the bridge and heads to Gotham’s most exclusive neighborhood: Burnside. During all this changes she is doing with her life, someone sneaks on to her old apartment and fire up everything. Babs costume and gear were not the exception; all her Batgirl appliances were destroyed. Due to the consequences Babs has no other choice than redesign all over again her Batgirl costume and look for hints that would lead her to the responsible of the fire. This time Barbara Gordon would become a whole new and different Batgirl. This new Batgirl is done living in the darkness, but will the bright lights of Burnside burn her for good? Even though sometimes people try to change their life, but seems that opportunity denied it is because they are meant to do what they used to do. It did not last too much when Babs went viral because of her Batgirl costume on Gotham city. Thus, she gains an attractive number of enemies who wanted her social – media spotlight. This Batgirl is a much viral star as she is a superhero. Her villains are similarly current: a pair of murderous anime…

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    Ww1 Letters Home Analysis

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    His letter was written to his mother describing how on Christmas the British and the Germans walked out into no man's land to wish each other a Merry Christmas and to play football. They also took time to bury their dead. Joint burial services were held for German and British soldiers. Former enemies even posed for pictures to commemorate the occasion. Some also took the chance to improve their dugout with a fireplace and straw. The men exchanged cigarettes and autographs and were just happy to…

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    looking?” I turned towards Lucas one of the troops that was watching the German army. “They haven’t done anything yet. I think they might try to retreat.” Lucas looked back down into the trench at me. I nodded in response, and headed down the tight fitted trench to find our medical department. A couple of men were placed onto sheets. It wasn’t any hospital with the dusty beds, and no sunlight. The only way you could tell that it was the medical room was by the few men that were bandaged up. Each…

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    everywhere; of men, cows, and rats. Artillery echoes in the distance, a further part of the trench must be being shelled. The nights are long and sleepless, filled with repairing barbed wire, scouting the area between us and the enemy which we call no man 's land, and just doing general repairs. Any effort of sleeping is during the day, yet I cannot seem to fall out of consciousness, any sounds jerks me awake, and I live in constant paranoia of my dugout collapsing. Many men are sickly;…

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    “Sir, all NCO`s are wanted at Battalion headquarters for briefing” barked the messenger I acknowledged the man and walked through the muddy trench filled with water. As I walked I saw bodies still floating in the water from the previous day's battle, I shook my head sadly, these poor men did not even get the chance to make it over the top and into no man's land. When I finally made it to the command bunker I opened the door and was hit by a rush of warm air and the smell of cigarettes. “Good…

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    No Man's Land Analysis

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    onto when reading The Fall, readers are, in a sense, forced to accept the idea of a subjective reality. No Man’s Land, a play written by Harold Pinter, further explores the theme of reality and it’s relationship to existentialism. Two men in their sixties, Hirst and Spooner, are talking in Hirst’s living room. They have just met at a bar. They are both drinking, which is evident from the somewhat choppy dialogue. The encounter seems choppy as well. At first the two men seem like strangers but…

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    II. Testimonials Peace is possible Elie Wiesel and Irene Miller have something in common: they both experienced the Holocaust hands on and survived. Their lives were dramatically transformed and they were deeply affected by the pain and suffering they had to endure not just physically and mentally, but emotionally as well. Elie Wiesel and Irene Miller share their experiences and feelings of the Holocaust in their testimony novels they composed. Elie Wiesel wrote Night and Irene Miller wrote…

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    Indonesia Case Analysis

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    Indonesia is one of the countries with abundance of natural resources with large populations. According to World Bank (2013) Indonesia is lower middle income country with GDP around 868.3 billion US dollar and the population is 249.9 million, while poverty headcount ration at national poverty line is 11.3% on 2014. The contention appear that this wealth resources country get the benefit or even get worse with the plenty of their natural resources. The economic growth in Indonesia in period…

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    For many of us, conflict over natural resources is not a part of everyday life. But in many places around the world, access to natural resources cannot be taken for granted. Conflict over natural resources is often part of a larger struggle over political, social, and economic power. The control over water, land, and oil has economically and socially changed the world. They have been used to secure power because of how important they are to society. The consequences for wrongly abusing these…

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    their claims. Proponents argue that fracking has lifted the current economy by increasing jobs. Extraction jobs may provide short term growth, but eventually this growth will plummet. This loss happens as extraction sites gain attention from other investors. Once invested, a site develops an overabundance in resources, thus sinking firm costs. Overabundance will cause job loss in the process as firms can’t recover (Twomey et.al.). Jobs are also temporary since extraction only provides cash flow…

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