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    Charles Ross Family

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    It was November 1st, 1839, Charles Ross’s birthday. The mom planned to have family games, folk storytelling, and an abundant feast incorporating a great cake. The family had, as one could say, superficial fun. In the strategic games like chess and checkers, the fun was solely from winning the game, rather than the socializing itself. The folk storytelling was a disappointment compared to other families. The only two people who told stories were the mom, Karmin Ross and Hannek Ross, brother of Charles. Karmin tried to have a lot of emphasis in her story. Afterall, she just wanted peace and a calm mood alleviating the irresistable distance between Charles and his dad, Damien Charles. On the other hand, the brother of Charles just wanted to express his bond between Charles and himself and to have fun. From his “Rabbit and Tortoise” story with a plot twist, Hannek managed to get a grin off Charles. The dinner table was packed. It had two chickens, one pound of beef, a salmon, and a lot more delicacies. Unfortunately, in terms of sociality, the dinner table was very still, abandoned of intimate conversations. The sweet expensive cake of strawberry flavor was held dearly to the parents. The cake was about thirty-six dollars. It was double layered with the best quality cream spelling out “Charles Ross, Happy Birthday.” On the inside was deluxe harlequin ice cream coated with sponge cake. The mom got the knife, and started to dig the knife into the surface of the aromatic…

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    Paperboy Book Summary

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    Paperboy Review The book Paperboy, by Vince Vawter, tells the story of a boy, nicknamed “little man”, who takes his friend’s paper route while he is with his grandparents on their farm. “little man” does not normally talk to many people due to his speech impediment. This makes it difficult for him to get his thoughts out as well as have a normal conversation. As he is filling in for his friend he meets many people, some of which are interested in what he has to say which is surprising because he…

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    Creative Writing: Clarence

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    inside, not a speck of dirt or dust to be found anywhere. Despite the hundreds of miles on it, it still runs smoothly; if anything so much as rattles Clarence detours immediately to the nearest mechanic, where he is almost always over-charged for minor work. His old brown suitcase is packed carefully and stowed in the trunk, which is otherwise bare except for Clarence’s emergency kit that he put together himself. He keeps two bright orange traffic cones, jumper cables, tire plugs, extra quarts…

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    Hamlet’s actions throughout the play support this deceitful nature. His dual personalities are the foundation of his madness. There are many examples that illustrate how Hamlet’s deceitful nature results in a tragedy because of his inability to choose which role to play.      In Act One, Hamlet appears to be very straightforward in his actions and his role. When his mother questions him, Hamlet says, "Seems, madam? Nay it is. I know not…

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    Music Piracy Effects

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    the way back to the early 1920s from wax cylinders to vinyl records to cassette tapes. With rapid improvements in technology over the past three decades, the audio encoding format, the mp3, which would become one of the most innovative inventions of the 20th century, has led to many unforeseen problems and changes to the way popular nusic culture interacts, posse, and store music. This easy accessibility has led to the rise of music piracy. Music piracy is the copying and distribution of copies,…

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    Lenders were able to access patients medical records then deny their application for a home mortgage, credit card, and in decision making within human resources (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 2006). Individual’s civil rights were being violated without ever seeking permission to view their personal medical history. On March 18, 1996, Bill Archer (R), introduced the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 to the House of Representatives. The bill reported by the…

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    Bolek Case Summary

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    Plaintiff Joanne Bolek had been admitted to Ahuja Medial Center in early November 2013, for complications from congestive heart failure and fluid buildup in her kidneys. Upon discharge from Ahuja, Ms. Bolek was sent to defendant Menorah Park’s facility for rehabilitation. According to Ms. Bolek’s son, Peter Bolek, they sent Ms. Bolek to Menorah Park to have her regain her strength, “because she was very weak.” B. Admission to Menorah Park On November 22, 2013, Ms. Bolek was admitted to…

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    Bpm Corporate Strategy

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    BPM is an independent record shop and privately run in the early 90’s and later became one of the large markets for the local electronic music. It is a record store, which sells CDs and vinyl. The large growth in sales of the vinyl and CD records contributed to BPM grow into a record distributor with independent records labels at home and overseas as well as supplying their up-to-date music to the record stores. Nevertheless, the record shops are recently losing market share to Web-based shops…

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    “What law, you ask, do I satisfy with what I say?”—The Unwritten Law The title heroine’s famous defense speech in lines 995-1005 of Antigone has prompted the view that the play is extremely enigmatic. It is a passage that has been read with astonishment and demands detailed explanation. In her speech, Antigone provides what appears to be a reason for her burying her brother Polynices against the orders of her uncle and King, Creon. Antigone claims, however, that she would not have deliberately…

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    doing in the studio. The studio that I did that work with Suburban Tea Room is a place called the Complex, located in West Los Angeles, which was built by George Massenburg. Holy cow, this was the studio George was telling me about and I just recorded there!! I started asking questions to David about Massenberg and the studio and he was surprised I knew so much about the place and I said, this is a dream come true, to record here. David and I hit off that day and I was excited to be part of…

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