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    Once I was acquainted with the layout of the office I met Brad Dietzenbach. Mr. Dietzenbach was the main Partner at the firm. He dealt with client relations and overseeing the other Architects. I spent the rest of my day with Brad. At first he asked me what interested me about being an Architect and asked if I had thought about colleges. This spurred an hour long conversation about NDSU and Iowa

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    Throughout time, heroes have stereotypically been described as men who possess qualities such as courage, strength, leadership, and determination. Certainly, many of these characteristics have changed as time has passed. In modern society, heroes can simply be average people who sacrifice their own happiness for the welfare of others and do their best to create a change in the world. Beowulf, an extraordinary warrior in the Anglo Saxon period, is an epic hero because of his pride, strength and courage

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    How many different types of cultures are there? Here’s the answer there are many cultures. My story starts like this; both of my parents are from Guadalajara well most of my family is from that part of México. Being part of the Mexican culture is very different from other cultures, but every culture is unique of its own way. Many Mexican people have preserved and still do many of their ancestors’ traditions. Tradition plays a big role in my family for example: the food we eat,

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    Curious Case of Benjamin Button Essay

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    When directors choose to adapt a novel or short story to fit the silverscreen, they often face the arduous task of keeping the author’s original plot in tow as well as, putting forth a believable product. In the case of Scotts Fitzgerald’s short story, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, director, David Fincher and screenwriter, Eric Roth chose to scrap the original framework of the story and start anew. Although Fincher and Roth keeps the basic idea of Benjamin Button’s existence the same, their

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    Essay Seven

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    For this report I choose the movie Seven. This movie was released back in 1995 and stars Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Gweneth Paltrow, R. Lee Ermey, John McGinley, and Kevin Spacy. Seven was directed by David Fincher and written by Andrew K. Walker.      The movie begins with the usual old cop, who is about to retire, and teams up with a young, ready to take on the world cop. The first act begins promisingly, with two cops being assigned to their first case together. One is white and the other is

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    Gay Rights in India

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    iconic movie couple of times back I could not abstain from awing at the novel ideas used in the film making. And there came the bathtub scene involving Brad Pitt and Edward Norton widely perceived as homo-erotic .But David Fincher says he purposely made so engaging the audiences on something keeping them from guessing the later twists in the movie. Brad Pitt comments, “We are one generation of men raised by women. Is another woman is the answer we really need?” How perfectly timed I thought because

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    Troy Howard Essay 1 Nesbitt 9/12/15 Stop Following Celebrities! Everyone has that one friend who is head over heels in love with a celebrity. They will always follow them and say that a celebrity is their hero; but there is a serious difference between a hero and a celebrity. The people who seem like they can’t stop following a celebrity or can’t tell the difference between following a celebrity or hero might have celebrity worship syndrome. This is a real psychological disorder of the brain. According

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    Essay On Barbie Doll

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    On January 28, 2016 Barbie introduced new dolls coming in different shapes and sizes. Instead of having a doll who is average height for a girl and has the hourglass figure, the Mattel company decided to switch things up and created their very own plus size doll. But the big question is: why did it take the Mattel company over twenty years to start making dolls in different shapes and sizes? If those dolls are miniature versions of people, then why is that they all look the same with different clothing

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    I heard the dirt around me moving. My father's breathing started to grow faster and we stopped. The driver came out and started talking to someone. I knew then that we were crossing the border. I began to tremble as I grew more scared. Then I heard gunshots. They started yelling and before I knew it, me and my father were running out of the van towards the fence. He pushed me up and he got over seconds later. I could hear the people that were with us screaming behind. I turned my head to see what

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    are well known for one thing in common. They are both humanitarians. Angelina Jolie became interested in humanitarian work after her first adoption from Cambodia in 2002. She adopted three kids overall, and shares three with her now divorced husband, Brad Pitt. Mother Teresa became dedicated humanitarian work after her final vows. Both were born and raised with influence in their legacies. With fame comes inspiration. Both women traveled the world, although for different reasons both gained knowledge

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