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    One autumn morning, Thomas jumped out of bed, pulled open the curtains, and then gazed down at the quiet cobblestone streets below. Leaves the colors of a brilliant sunset, playfully glided and danced along the street’s edge. He smiled. Soon the vending trucks would be pulling up outside, and the town folks hurrying about as they prepared the streets for the Festival of Ghouls. A grin formed across Thomas's face, as he glanced over at the grim reaper costume that was lying on top of his dresser.

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    Running, with no stop not even too look back. He climbs onto a ladder leaning against the house. He finally gets a second and he looks back to see nothing but darkness, he reaches for his pocket and finds 4 crumpled one dollar bills and a five dollar bill. Checks his other pocket and found his father's knife. The street lights shined on it and there appeared to be a dry blood stain. Just then he looks out to the street and see’s that dark figure again, without motion it just stands there staring

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    A Short Story : A Story?

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    Running, with no stop, not even too look back. He climbs onto a ladder leaning against the house. He finally gets a second and he looks back to see nothing but darkness, he reaches in his pocket and finds 4 crumpled one dollar bills and a five dollar bill. Checks his other pocket and found his father's knife. The street lights shined on it and there appeared to be a dry blood stain. Just then he looks out to the street and see’s that dark figure again, without motion it just stands there staring

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    For many years, people thought that the sleepy little town of Windy Hills was a dark and mysterious place. The town sat in a hollow, surrounded by a mossy forest of weeping willows and fir trees, where the autumn and winter winds would shriek and howl, like the myriad of wild animals that roamed the hills. The legend told, is that deep within the forest is a place called Windy Gorge, where a band of witches met their doom, on a cold and dreary evening. Since then, there had been rumors, that the

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    similarities. The two stories use the same techniques, but differ in how they apply them-to their plots, their characters, and their conflicts. Using the trope of switching perspectives, ex deus machina, and the format of the Greek tragedy, The Odyssey and Earthbound both show how similar they are through their usage of literary functions, and how different they are in the way they handle them in their respective narratives.   One of the literary

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    should keep improving to avoid lagging behind. Therefore, what should Sample6 do, as a new player in the food industry, to remain competitive and successful? 4. Several companies produce organic food products in the United States. Hence, why does Earthbound Farm qualify as a potential customer for Sample6 new food-safety diagnostics platform? 5. What guarantee is there for Curran to be sure that his meeting with top executives from various food firms would lead to the acceptance of Sample6 food-safety

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    When consumers say organic foods are the best for you because markets tell you that there are healthier for you, makes me wonder, do these people really formulate the process that goes into the organic food business. That is what Steven Shapin, author of “What Are You Buying When You Buy Organic?” debated in the book They Say, I Say. The purpose of his article is to inform people that are maybe interested in converting from non-organic foods to a healthier lifestyle, what the process is to acquire

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    begins his essay with targeting the industry and the foundation regarding organic products. Many organic consumers believe that organic food originate from “…..small, family-owned, local operation[s]….” (429). Shapin states that “Like Whole Foods, Earthbound

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    is aware of his grim lifestyle, but he also has decided that it was never going to get better, at least when he doesn't play music. He wishes to “turn [himself] into a bird” but realizes that he is “earthbound.” As stated previously, the bird represents a calm, freeing state by using the word “earthbound,” which contrasts the ability of flight that birds possess. Therefore, this quote demonstrates that he will never be able to reach the happiness he momentarily mimics once he plays entrancing melodies

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    The Luna Project

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    Until human beings begin to make their homes in other worlds, Man will remain Earthbound, his existence circumscribed by a single planet in the immensity of the Universe. We are ready to break out of that shell. We are resolved to go out to the starry heaven to live. “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind” — Neil

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