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    season three of the Game of Thrones series. It is in this episode that Robb breaks Frey’s promise by presenting himself to him and at the same time, is not planning to do anything about it. The episode is fascinating to watch, and it involves Danaery, together with her new lover, Ed, planning their attack on the city of Yunkai. Glen does not trust his plans, but Anderson believes him and supports what he intends to do. However, when the day for the battle against Yunkai arrives, Danaery does not keep his promise, and they hold the guards hostages. He does not go to the war but stays in the camp and gets the message from two of his men that the slave army did not fight for the Lords. Daario instead goes to the battle and conquers, so he comes back a victorious man, carrying a flag of his city for his queen and also setting the slaves free. In the same episode, Bran together with his wolf is not in the woods, but they are in a certain village. They have made it out of the forest and cannot hide their excitement. They are caught up in a storm as they plan how to steal some horses, but thoughts about killing the old man so that they could steal the horses are…

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    Anna Monson, Sam Blankenship, and Mattie Rametta Horror Story Henry was a small child who had just turned the age of nine. He lived with his grandpa who was seventy-three. Henry’s grandpa didn’t pay much attention to Henry, he had dementia and other mental diseases so he didn’t know much about taking care of Henry. From the age of five Henry had to learn how to care for himself. Henry was very intelligent, he had to learn how to cook food for himself, wash his clothes, and take care of other…

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    Michael Jordan riding on a horse is an awestruck thing to glamor at. Looking at that photo told me that the article might be about a person that’s going to take a long journey from hardship. And when I scrolled down the website, I saw some crazy photos of Jordan’s jet and mansion! Throughout my reading, I was thinking to myself, “How could a man like this experience a crisis in his life?” Then the author showed us by telling us a personal narrative of Jordan’s personal life with his issues. The…

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    permissible for me to do volunteer work, they made me aware that this is an organization is a for profit organization. That means all the employees are getting paid to do all of the work that they do, and the price to live here is going to be more expensive for the residents due to having staff members available 24/7 around the clock. I asked, “how much charity work is done here,” and Lisa Schmitz the Administrator said, “There is not many people that opt to come in for free other than churches…

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    Lamar Odom Thesis

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    For about the past week now, former NBA star Lamar Odom has been in the news. Odom was hospitalized after being found unconscious in what was said to be a brothel. For those of you out there who are confused on what a brothel is like I was, it’s simply a house where men can visit prostitutes. The reason I point this out is because despite the fact there is a young man fighting for his life, the media still find ways to paint a picture for their audience to gain exposure. Where he was found or…

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    implications and utilizations of words like "great," "wickedness," "just," and "uncalled for" start to combine and the contrasts between these perfect inverses get to be distinctly indistinct. To make due in Auschwitz required a cleansing of one 's confidence and human respect. Introduction to ceaseless dehumanization definitely drives one to be dehumanized, constraining one to fall back on mental, physical, and social adjustment keeping in mind the end goal to hold one 's life and identity. It…

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    Survival In Auschwitz

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    Upon arrival the prisoners were forced to strip down and dispose of their clothes, shave their heads and faces, and change into the matching striped uniforms. In the end, telling them apart would be nearly impossible; their only defining feature being the number tattooed on their arm. No longer an individual but just one of the millions; disposable. Once you take away someone’s identity you take away his or her only will to survive, the only thing that would give them motivation to fight for…

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    During his conversation with the younger waiter at the café, the older waiter contradicts what the younger waiter say about the old man. For example, when the younger waiter says “I wouldn 't want to be that old […] an old man is a nasty thing” (Hemingway 2). The older waiter says "Not always. This old man is clean. He drinks without spilling. Even now, drunk. Look at him "(Hemingway 2). This exhibits that while the younger waiter give little respect to the old man by calling him as a “nasty…

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    Why did he let go of me? Why has it gone silent? I tried to open both eyes to see what’s going on, all I see is a gun pointing straight at me but I couldn’t see who that person was but I knew he hasn’t come to help me, so I was laid flat on the floor and then I knew that it’s the end of me.... (Ding!) I ran to my phone rapidly to see the text message from my best friend and it said... *Hurry up girl, meet me outside your house, Jack is taking us there. Love you xx I’m just an ordinary girl who’s…

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    Big Fish Vs Old Man

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    Have you ever pushed yourself to the limit to accomplish something? Thats exactly what the old man was trying to do in the book, The old man and the sea. One day out at sea the old man, who’s name is Santiago, feels a massive tug from a huge fish. Even though the old man isn't in his prime he still tries with all his might to catch the fish. The giant marlin does not want to be caught and this it begins a long battle of pain, patience, and grit. At first the old man and the big fish seem very…

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