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    the door for the admittance from the door-keeper. The door-keeper, as an incarnation of the law, represents an authority which has supreme power over the countryman and influences his decisions. He thus decides to devote all his time and resources to getting the admittance, to trying to break through the door-keeper’s veto rather than doing other things that might grant his access, be it living out his life according to the principles of the law or exercising his free will to enter the door. As…

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    doing something to surprise Suzy. Don’t say anything to anybody. [He runs out the door to get the ladder he had set out earlier. With only five minutes left until they get here he rushed to the back of the house and sets up the ladder. He climbs up and gets ready.] Norma (talking out loud to herself). Oh my they are going to be here any second and I don’t have any of the main dishes ready. Mimsey (walking in the door). We’re here. Norma (under her breath). Oh my. Borden (calmly sitting on the…

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    the covers in his bed, and then looks across the dark room at the open door. The lights in the hall are off, so he’s in complete darkness. Nova moves the covers off him and drops his feet onto the floor. He scuttles towards his open door still shaking, cold. With his gleaming, green eyes, Nova looks out into the dark hallway.…

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    her eyes. It was so quiet she could hear a pin drop. Shattering the silence was the rattling sound of a door slamming, coming from the front of the house. Body trembling, she slowly peeled off her blanket, and placed her bare feet on the icy tile floor. Cautiously, she stood up, and inched toward the door. She…

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    duty and square measure insured and guaranteed. Q- Why is it necessary to re-key your locks? - A- it's necessary to re-key your doors for several reasons. If you have got simply emotional to a brand new home, the previous home homeowners might have duplicated the key and have full access to enter your home and steal from you. one more…

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    The Unwanteds Book Report

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    While she was visiting all the kids could not show themselves because she thought that they were all dead as they were all unwanted and shouldn't be allowed to live. While she was their Mr. Today hid all the doors she couldn't see that they had rooms for everybody that was there during the visit. Mr.Today's office While Alex was walking to his room one day he noticed a hallway that was never there before. When he saw that there was only one room he went into…

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    The idea would save the government $500 million but would also bring many opportunity costs with it. The complete removal of door-to-door mail delivery would leave Canadian citizens with disabilities in its wake. On the other end of the spectrum Canadians who regularly use the postal service provided by Canada Post are strongly against the idea of the privatization of the Crown Company…

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    1) On one gloomy night, while he’s tired, looking over many of his legends. When he almost falls asleep, he hears someone tapping at his door, almost like a gentle rapping, tapping on the door, “It’s a visitor,” he says to himself, tapping on my door. That is all it is and nothing more. 2) I remember it was cold in December; a shadow from the dying fire was a cast upon the floor. Tomorrow would come –with no result I would try to find. In these books of mine, an escape from this sadness of…

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    Allie Monologue

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    people and no one will stop us !!!!”. Allie paniks she starts kicking the cube and she starts yelling for help but no one heard so she gave up and she sat down on the cube the strange male voice says “I'll be back” Allie hears the doors closing after the doors closed she remembered she had her phone with her she opens her phone the first contact was her brother Bob , but she noticed that she had two percent battery life. And barely any connection she called him when Bob answered Allie said…

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    can see a struggling speck in the distant water. She realizes that it must be Sophie! Ava has tripped and fell under the salty water many times, and Ava is now even wetter, exhausted and more nervous. She struggles and finally opens the slippery door handle of her home to find a LAKE of water where the street should be! She can picture houses that look like they were only a roof under the heavy water. It is pouring outside and the wind is incredible. “Oh no! Help!” Ava hears helpless people…

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