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    of insignificant quality compared to that of English Literature, and was rarely recognized in the literary world. However, this opinion did eventually change because of the success of some very creative American authors. Sojourner Truth and Louisa May Alcott were two women who not only produced unforgettable works of literature and presented powerful speeches, but also had a monumental impact on American Literature as well as American history. These women represent the unique American spirit because

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    what I am called on the basketball court for a quick, one syllable signal. Actually, the name I respond to best is Abby; it has a voice of its own that I have always thought of as bubbly and cute. At this point in my life, the word Abby best fits who I am. Throughout my life, I have become fluent in three languages: English Spanish, and sarcasm. According to www.kabalarians.com, Abby means I am generally good-natured, though at times can be blunt and sarcastic. My friend Kendall purposely sent homework

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    events shows what is happening in current time, the show also features flashbacks to the agent’s time at the Quantico base. Within the flashbacks, the audience is able to see more deeply into the lives of the agents and can see clues from the past that may point to who is framing Alex and who actually committed the terrorist attack. They keep the audience engaged in the story, and offer clues in order to help the audience understand the crime. In addition to offering clues, the show always leaves viewers

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    chamber to investigate the body. However, waiting for four days isn't an option since it will erase the evidence of de De la Rosa's death. So Ducky instructs the co-workers how to perform an unorthodox autopsy through the glass. With that evidence, Abby discovers that the victim had a high dosis of liquid cocaine in his blood, which had a red color. She also finds out that he died after breathing

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    responsibility to Passion. Passion can be a longing, achieving or feeling a strong affection with that should be accomplished. People tend to appreciate life when they clearly know what they are living for. Once they know what are those significant things may it be a simple thing, or a complicated one but if these give them complete happiness in life, then they will try to go for it, they will tdo everything they can to reach that goal and live a satisfied and blissful lives. Passion will aid us to adore

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    NCIS, or Naval Criminal Investigative Service, is a crime investigation show focusing on the investigations done within this branch of the government. This episode was investigating a naval officer that had a stroke and died on Air Force one after having dinner with the president. Therefore this investigation involved the NCIS, FBI, and Secret Service fighting over control of the case. This show, like many other shows involving the investigation of crime had some themes that are talked about in Surette

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    850 patients experience the progression to HUS and 82 deaths (RKI 2011). On 1st May, hospital in Germany received patient with gastroenteritis symptoms and believed to be the first case that linked with the outbreak (Altmann et al 2011). As of the first week of May, which was the presumed initial onset of the disease, HUS cases started to develop and around 0 to 2 new cases of HUS were recorded daily. Then, since 9th May, it started to show

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    family, several times we wanted to throw in the towel and give up; but we did not, we rose up in the face of adversity, learned from them and went forward, because as Mario Benedetti says "the glory is not in never falling, but rather on the times you may need to get up". There were moments of distress as well as moments of plenitude; we met people that over time we called classmates, to then call them friends. People that marked our lives and that will surely marked theirs, we have learned something

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    what I carry, it can be determined who I am. May it be a driver’s license, style choice, or even the way one carries himself; it can be determined (at least roughly) who someone is. However, it is the meaning behind what we carry that truly defines who we are. Tangible or intangible, what we carry tells our individual story

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    Someday, somehow, Clarke knew that she would witness the beauty of Earth. She would be able to feel the sun warm her skin, and have the wind kiss her cheeks as she walked through a forest. Maybe she would watch a rabbit hop out of a bush, or follow butterflies as she wandered carelessly around the ground—if those creatures were still alive from all the radiation. Her father had always told her stories about Earth, visualizing it as a heaven for the living. It had been nearly ninety-seven years

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