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    Stolen Setting

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    “Smile at a stranger. See what happens.” -Patti LuPone. In the novel, Stolen by Lucy Christopher, the main character Gemma does indeed smile at a stranger, but things take a turn for the worst, and she ends up getting drugged and kidnapped by a man called Ty. The novel mostly takes place in the middle of the Australian outback, where Ty takes Gemma, so she wouldn’t be found. The main theme of Stolen is that not everyone is who they say they are. When Gemma first met Ty little did she know that he knew a lot about her. Although the book was interesting at times it was an okay book because the characters were somewhat realistic, the setting was believable, and the ending was interesting. Gemma and Ty are believable and realistic characters. When Stolen first started I immediately started to imagine myself as Gemma. Lucy Christopher does a great job at describing Ty when you first meet him, “Those blue, blue eyes, icy blue, looking back at me as if I could warm them up. [...] All the good guys have baby blues. The dark eyes are for the villains … the Grim Reaper, the Joker, zombies. All dark”…

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    Wayne's World: TV Show

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    Wayne’s World is a movie about two guys, Wayne and Garth, who run their own TV show that lands them in different, funny situations. Some of these situations include a girl in a band, playing instruments in music shops, mucking around in cars, and other hilarious situations. Wayne is the main character of Wayne’s World. He also hosts the Wayne’s World show. Him and his best friend Garth spend their days doing stupid things. Wayne is funny to me because of his mannerisms. He uses Pop Culture…

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    Outback Steakout

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    Imagine a buzzing crowd of famished customers waiting to be seated on a busy night. They overwhelm the host stand eager to get the best seat in the house. Some customers engulf the entire waiting area. The hostess was dressed in a luminous white collar shirt and in somber black pants. She is nervous and feels quickly overpowered by the persistent demands of the customers. That hostess was me. I was the new host at an Outback Steakhouse. I was still in training and I couldn't keep up with the…

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    Australian Outback

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    Some said of the Australian Outback that God never crossed west of the Great Dividing Range. God, of course, had a choice. Not so Durham, exiled to fly-blown Hughenden. The Sub-Inspector and Mrs Durham arrived to a barren landscape dusted in parched hues of thirsty brown, the clay soil of the basaltic plain cracked for want of rain. Mobs of cattle lay slumped amid tufts of dead grass. Occasional gum trees offered scant shade. Dogs panted. Crows flew lazy circles. Dust storms stifled breath.…

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    I can help you solve that dilemma. Outback Steakhouse is a family friendly restaurant with a variety of delicious courses. I think that Outback is a place for everyone (yes, even vegetarians) not only to find delicious food to stuff yourself with, but also to hang out and talk with family and friends. I have been to many steakhouses on multiple occasions, but Outback Steakhouse remains my absolute favorite. One thing that can affect how much someone enjoys a steakhouse it the interior; the…

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    Similarities and differences of the Outback & Island of Prospera In the movie Walkabout the setting is mostly in the Australian outback. The outback is depicted as a desert, extremely hot, flat for miles then hilly for a little bit, but there is still signs of life. The movie the Tempest takes place on the Island of Prospera the island is dark, gloomy and dry there is some life there but not much. In this paper I will be compare and contrasting the outback in Walkabout with the Island of…

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    Subaru Marketing Case

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    and money. One of the very important aspects of a product’s success is marketing. The marketing team decides who’s going to buy the product (in this case, it’s a Subaru Outback), but first they must conclude who their marketing base is — before it even gets to you — and sometimes, that can be a challenge. But first, or during marketing, manufacturing takes place. And manufacturing a car is no simple feat. Subaru (Parent Company: Fuji Heavy…

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    The outback is a crazy place but not for Mason. Mason is a madman he does crazy things like jumping from a plane with no parachute or doing back flips on top of skyscrapers. Mason is always bored there was nothing out of his comfort zone. But one day Mason had an idea. Mason wanted to destroy the record for the fastest time crossing the desert, the record was set by an Australian man at twenty-six hours and 45 minutes and trust me that is fast. But he wanted to demolish that record he wanted to…

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    It is no secret that the Blooming Onion – and its delicious sauce – are among the star attractions at the Outback Steak House. Kentucky Fried Chicken guards its “eleven herbs and spices” recipe secret closely. And there are many of restaurants with hundreds of mouth-watering recipes that draw their customers back time and time again. What if you could create the same tasty recipes at home, with no the hassle, driving time (and gas), and cost of going out to the restaurant – and what if you could…

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    On October 1st I worked the closing shift at The Outback Steakhouse. The owner of the restaurant was the front of the house manger, which just means he was the manager who stays with the hosts and interacts with the customers. If anything was to go wrong with the customer’s food and they wanted to speak with a manger he would be the one to speak with them. Every Friday and Saturday night we have five hosts working. Two hosts will help servers bus tables (only if it is busy because that is not…

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