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    execution of of her consideration could be beneficial to the people of Nigeria, but obviously it wouldn’t be helpful to her family back in the United States. The best option for the family would be the dream of Mama, which would be the purchase of a new spacious neat house for the family, with loads of sunlight. Their crippled grimy house is used for entire setting of the play. The mood of the characters and the tensions seems to depend on the lightning conditions in the apartments, which are usually pretty bad, due to the presence of only one window. Therefore, it is remarkable that there aren’t more conflicts in the tiny apparent, when their cramped forced way of living is taking into account. The new spacious home in the white neighborhood, Clybourne Park, has in comparison to the old apartment, “a whole lot of sunlight.” This symbolizes life and hope, since nearly every form of life needs light and warmth for their existence. This is clearly linked with the considered abortion of Ruth. With the new apartment the family won’t have to go “backwards” by “killing babies” but can instead proudly go “forwards.” At the end of the play it becomes clear, that everyone including the critical Walter is in favor of moving to the new house, after he is forced to look into the eyes, of his son and realizes that this option is the best for his son, Travis, and his unborn child. Therefore, the new house could be seen as a symbol of unity, because it keeps the family together, wherein…

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    I created a budget for a household of four people with two adults who are married that have two kids who are nine and eleven. The adults names are Mr. and Mrs. House. They have two girls, the nine-year-old girl’s name is Monica and the older eleven-year-old girl’s name is Natasha. The family makes an income of $25,233.60 a year and lives in an apartment in Davidson, Tennessee. The apartment is called Dover Glen Village and the monthly rent there is $780. The location of the apartment is 300-301…

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    Apartments and houses are very different from one another. I lived in an apartment complex for about six years, and there are plenty of advantages and disadvantages from my experience about that style of living. Living in an apartment is sometimes unsafe. When I was 11 years old, and my brother was 16. My brother tripped onto the street while riding his bike. There was a woman driving over the speed limit and ran my brother over leaving him with a fractured arm. My brother was rushed to the…

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    The B-52s: A Short Story

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    The oppressive atmosphere was a far cry from Tom’s modern apartment building, and the young officer wondered why Booker chose to live in such depressing conditions. When he’d visited two weeks before, his high levels of anxiety had blinded him to the rundown surroundings his friend lived in. But on reflection, it seemed out of character. Booker certainly wasn’t a snob, but he was somewhat vain, and his apartment didn’t really fit the image. Except, the more Tom thought about it, it did. The…

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    would want would be was at church. I believe the major turning point in my life occurred on a lazy summer afternoon when I was around nine years old. I had been sick with a cold that whole week. We had run out of cold medicine, and my mom ran to the store to buy more. She had been gone for just about an hour when a man started knocking on our door. My father answered the door to find a man in a panicked stutter saying something about a car accident. He pointed to the street outside of our…

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    Besides protecting me from my birth mother on my fifth birthday, he also protected me from them at other times as well. When I was two years old, my birth father came to the door with his new wife. He told my adoptive parents he wanted to try and make it work and since the adoption was not final yet they reluctantly let him take me. Less than a week later, my birth father called my adoptive parents in the middle of the night. He was in a drunken stupor, yelling and screaming that he could not…

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    Apartment Analysis

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    No matter where you live, whether it is in an apartment or a home that you own, you want your walls to look good. When money is tight, it can be challenging to find pieces that work within your decor's theme and within your budget. Apartment artwork is especially challenging, as oftentimes you cannot nail things into the wall. The need for lightweight, but attractive budget artwork is even more apparent. The ideas below will help you get your walls looking great and keep your budget in check.…

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    Sydney Cosmopolitanism

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    Newspaper on the 7th of January 2014 an article called “Sydney cosmopolitanism drives boom in apartment living” by Susan Wellings, highlighted the increasing cultural diversity within Sydney and the force it has been placing upon the popularity of new apartments. While it was once the dream to own a free standing house, there has been a shift in opinion with many now fantasizing about a great apartment somewhere nearby transport, shops and cafes (Wellings, 2014). Wellings goes on to add that…

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    I was a fresh 19 years old and felt like I was ready to do whatever I wanted. I was working part-time at a Great Clips here in the suburbs of Bensenville, taking a few classes at College of Dupage, and not really doing much besides partying with my friends in my spare time. My Best friend Paige just finished her first year at Columbia College downtown, and was looking to get out of her dorm. She was interested in moving into an apartment, but needed to find a room mate. I always dreamt of living…

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    Single Mom Research Paper

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    As a single parent with two children, I will initially pay for a one bedroom apartment rent, as well as for utilities such as electricity, water, and cable TV. First, I will pay $650 a month for a one bedroom apartment that consists of appliances such as a microwave and refrigerator. Despite all the working hours, I still need a stable place to call home and go to. Additionally, in terms of utilities, I will pay $172 for necessities such as electricity and water; however, I will also add in $20…

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