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    That night most of the Avengers left, the only to that had wanted to stay over was Natasha and Steve. Who had both said that they need a little break. The next day Nova walked down the stairs, but stopped as she heard arguing in the kitchen. "No, absolutely not. Clint she is not going there." Laura said sternly. Nova hears a sigh, "She won't be alone. Tony said Parker would help her out." "I'm sorry but wasn't Tony the one who told you that, the Peter boy split a boat in half? I don't want him to influence my daughter." Laura hissed. "She needs to learn to control it Laura. Plus Peter did that by accident." Natasha cut in. "She can learn here. At home." She stated. She didn't want her daughter out there. Nova took this as her chance to walk into the kitchen. The adults smile at her, acting like they weren't talking about her a minute ago. With a nod Nova grabs some cearel and milk. The adults watch with amusement as Nova put milk first before adding the cearel, Nova then grabbed a fork and starts eatting. "That's not how people eat cearel." Steve commented as he walked into the kitchen to get coffee. "I'm not human." Nova said with a mouth full of Trix. "Noted." Steve commented as he scrunched his nose in laugher. "Have you guys desided?" He asked, looking to Clint and Laura. Clint gave Laura a look causing her to sigh and nod, "She's going. But only for a little while I don't want to be alone here forever." She added quickly sending Nova a playful pout. Nova…

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    Undoubtedly, Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, has been portrayed as a superhero throughout The Avengers, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3 movies. Tony Stark is one of the all time most popular and loved fictional characters in the superhero world. However, superheroes do not always possess good quality traits and are flawed just like Tony Stark. Stark was born into a high-class billionaire family that owns Stark Enterprises, a weaponry company. When Stark was fifteen years old, he was…

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    At the Stark penthouse. Rafael walks into the penthouse, wearing a bright yellow rain jacket, a magenta polo shirt, and tight white pants. Happy Hogan takes his jacket and leads him to a very modern waiting room, "Mr. Stark will meet you in a few minutes". Rafael nods as Happy leaves, " Thanks." He takes out a comb and fixes his hair. As soon as he finishes, Tony greets him. "Hey". Tony was wearing a more relaxed outfit, a dark plaid shirt with jeans, which Rafael found surprising. He's…

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    “Look at him, Tony.” “I can’t.” “But you can. And you do. Every day.” Tony had no immediate response. Steve was right, of course. Steve was always right. And it was in his rightness that Steve shined. His look was hardly arrogant; Steve was looking at him the same he’d been looking at him for years - with pure love and a exceeding amount of patience. Tony knew a lot about Steve and he knew that Steve was no fan of repeating himself and so, like so many other times, Tony Stark relented when…

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    Willie Bester is a mixed media artist who was born near Cape Town in 1956 and grew up as a mixed race, or coloured person, during the times of Apartheid (“Willie Bester (1956 – ).”). He displayed elements of his artistic abilities during his childhood, and soon grew up to put his negativity about his segregated surroundings into artwork (“Willie Bester (1956 – ).”). One of his most powerful works is titled “Forced Removals”, which showcases the displacement of people due to segregation. The…

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    the point of view of “Bran” Stark, a crippled child, who discovers that they are far more than legend, are still very much alive and will ultimately have a huge impact upon his maturation and destiny. They refer to themselves as “those who sing the songs of the Earth” because of their unique language referred to as “the Old Tongue” which Martin describes in The World of Ice and Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones, as “sounding like the song of stones in a brook, or the…

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    Part of being a commissioner was that he had to find a purpose and task for every worker in his unit. He would use this position’s power to spread what he believed to be a better ideology on how corrupt monopolies were in the railroad industry, and it wasn’t hard for him to have built relationships with fellow people on the team. Long also held a restorative leadership trait. Restorative is probably his most obvious trait, because his focus was to find what was wrong, and would then think of a…

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    felt Catelyn’s vague sense of dread when the doors were closed. We shared her despair as she realized the incoming slaughter that was going to happen. Ultimately, we clearly felt her anguish when she couldn’t save her last remaining son. The credit scene right after Catelyn’s death was pure silence that encapsulated the sense of hopelessness that the viewers felt after watching that episode. The main reason for the loud vocal reaction to this episode was due to the sudden and abrupt end to a…

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    Robert Penn Warren All the Kings' Men portrays the rise of Willie Stark from poverty to governor with the help of his right hand man Jack Burden. For a better analysis on how to do the right thing in politics through Willie Stark, Thomas Aquinas and Niccol'o Machiavelli provide sufficient evidence to support his methods of leadership. When Machiavelli stated, "Ascent to princely power by some criminal or evil conduct; and the rise of a private citizen to supreme authority in his land through…

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    Riverrun Book Report

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    The war between the Seven Kingdoms seems to only be getting worse. Beyond The Wall, the free people are preparing for war, and with them is Jon Snow. His leader told him to do as they say, which resulted in him being killed by Jon. In Riverrun, Catelyn has released her son, King Robb’s, hostage in hopes to get her daughters back from Cersei and Joffrey. These events, and many more are causing Chaos in Westeros. In this journal, I will be predicting, questioning, and connecting. First of all, I…

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