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    Talking Star Jones, Financial Mistakes and Lessons Learned It sounds funny to say that Star Jones is trying to "keep up with the Joneses". The lawyer, talk show host, and corporate president didn't find it too amusing when she was in the midst of the rat race, though. According to Black Enterprise, Jones owed over $75,000 in student loans and had maxed out her credit cards by the time she finished law school. Sadly, the cards had been used to pay for more than school supplies and necessities.…

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    Response to Literature: Identity in The Fault in our Stars The abstruse concept of identity is the pure essence of one 's being according to, not only him/herself, but the world around them. Perhaps the best thing about said concept is that it is not bound to restrictions and is ever evolving. Nowhere is the concept of personal identity more evident than in the novel, The Fault in our stars by John Green. The book portrays the love story of young Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters, their doting…

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    A new species of human ancestor has been discovered in the Red Star Cave in South Africa, providing an extraordinary insight to how humans have evolved over time and filling a gap in the evolution of our species A significant discovery of human-like remains has been discovered, 30m beneath the surface in South Africa. Analysing the bones in the Red Star cave, near the city of Johannesburg required scientists to travel deep underground in order to excavate them, allowing analysis of the…

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    A new species of human ancestor has been discovered in the Red Star Cave in South Africa, providing an extraordinary insight to how humans have evolved over time and filling a gap in the evolution of our species A significant discovery of human-like remains has been discovered, 30m beneath the surface in South Africa. Analysing the bones in the Red Star cave, 10 miles north of Johannesburg required six scientists to travel deep underground in order to excavate them, allowing a further team of…

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    The product that I ‘am going to talk about is Converse also known as All Stars, “Chucks”. Personally I have been wearing converse for a while now. I love how I bring out the style of them. I like the verity of colors and the different designs I can choose from. My favorite thing about these shoes is the colors because I am fascinated by all of them. It makes my wardrobe much easier when I have multiple colors of shoes to choose from. I enjoy mixing and matching cute little outfits that will go…

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    the very famous piece, “The Star Spangled Banner”, while Peter Segal, the director of “Tommy Boy”, was able to show how they all can fight for what they believe in. Segal and Key both use well known works to show the belief of hard work to America. In the very famous poem, “The Star Spangled Banner”, Key talks about all of this country's hard work. This piece is loved by Millions, as it talks about a struggle, a battle, and how America never gave up. “Oh say does that star-spangled banner yet…

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    Star Wars IV: A New Hope

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    1. The film Star Wars IV: A New Hope does follow the criteria that the hero is called to the adventure but he at first refuses the call. When Obi-Wan Kenobi is called Luke to go to adventure with him to help princess Leia to against the empire, Luke refuses her called until he saw his uncle and aunt get kill in the farm. Luke is interested to his invite, but he’s uncle wants him to stay there to take care the farm for one more year. Luke is a good job who respect for elders. Luke is the sky…

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    London series, including The Name of the Star. Johnson’s style is easily characterized by long, complex sentences, extensive use of allusion, and a modern story-telling ability. Mediocre metaphors aside, The Name of the Star is a well-developed novel through Johnson’s use of beautiful descriptions and believable dialogue. The novel is a part contemporary, part paranormal thriller, marked by two different tones throughout. Johnson’s novel, The Name of the Star, demonstrates her contemporary and…

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    Once upon a time, there were two neighbors with close families and they had a great relationship they fell in love and lived happily ever after……… this is not that story. In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet, it shows that Romeo and Juliet are not in love because they get married the day after they meet, they experience lust at first sight, and they are too immature. In William Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo & Juliet, it shows that Romeo and Juliet are not in love because…

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    The song by Selena Gomez “The Heart Wants What It Wants” explains the love between Romeo and Juliet perfectly: Their hearts want love, so that is what the heart gets. Romeo and Juliet obviously refuse to stop until they get love, which is all they ultimately want. In the story Romeo and Juliet the tragedy between the two characters is true love because they disobey each others families to be together, they show genuine affection for each other, and lastly they would rather die together than be…

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