If and only if

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  • The Only One

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    A young man was walking down the street, having no clue who he was or what had happened. He didn’t even remember if he had any family. He could only remember that he had been wandering the streets aimlessly. “Hey kid, are you lost?” asked a Neimoidian. ”Do you want a job? I could use a servant.” “No. I am just exploring.” Said the young man.”Now get out of my way.” The Neimoidian just stared at him. Trying to think of a way to trick him. Realizing that it was hopeless he went into a weapons

  • Only the Heart

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    Only The Heart is a novel written by Brian Caswell and David Chiem that tells a story familiar to many Australians. A Vietnamese family is threatened, pulled apart by the war in that country. Some of its members disappear; hard-earned wealth is lost. The novel leads the reader to a new understanding of refugees with the demonstrated views of pain, determination, survival and freedom, which are brought to life throughout the novel. The fall of Saigon in 1975 provides the momentum for Mai and her daughters

  • Apple Is Not Only Successful, Not Only The Most Successful

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    Apple is not only successful, not only the most successful company in technology, not only the most successful company in the world but the most successful company in the history of companies (Elgan, 2015). The revolutionary multinational corporation Apple Inc. was founded in 1976 in Cupertino, California. The creators of apple were Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who wanted to revolutionize the computer industry. But soon they branched out from just computer systems to introducing the iPod in about

  • English Only Laws

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    English Only Laws To start with, we may not live in England, but the language we speak is supposed to be English. So, one would think that a person would have no problem speaking this language at the workplace unless the job calls for a different language, This is not so. Countless people have challenged this policy of several different companies and this is what I will be discussing, in English. First, most of the workers speak English, maybe not as a primary language, but speak it to the best

  • Is Jesus The Only Savior?

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    Is Jesus the only Savior? This question does not seem to come up in daily conversation with true believers. John 14:6, “Jesus told him, “I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.” Ronald H. Nash was a professor and writer for over 40 years. Nash wrote “this book to examine three competing views, identifies some of their major proponents, and explains why they believe as they do, with a view to determining which is true.” (Nash, 1994, p. 9). Analysis

  • Only Drunks Essay

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    Blinding Anger - Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth In the play, “Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth” by Drew Hayden Taylor, the story of two sisters, Barb and Janice is told. They had not met each other for the first time until Janice had turned 35 and had returned for her first visit. The two are basically strangers and their relationship consists of nothing but anger. The development in their relationship seems to be impossible with the two who are unable to understand each other

  • Read-Only Participants

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    Summary Read-Only Participants: A case for student communication in online classes. Online learning is conducive to that of the traditional onsite learning facilities. There are some students who fully participate in the experience as well as those who take their learning environments for granted. A summary of the required reading “Read-only participants: a case for student communication in online classes” will support the noted claim. The study was completed to measure the various behaviors

  • Alcoholism Is Not Only A Disease

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    Alcoholism is not only a disease to the alcoholic himself, It also disease to many people including family members. In numerous ways, for instance it appears to cause by the devastating assault of the physiology of the body by repeated episodes of heavy drinking as a result in the competence to feel the alcohol on average. Alcohol normally composition and social pressures may aggravate the disease. It is characterized by a typical progression of drinking behavior that requires an average of twelve

  • Relax, It Is Only a Test!

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    Relax, It Is Only A Test! Imagine a world where the future of a particular child all depends on what they receive on a single exam score. Then, imagine having that score analyzed, compared, and shared with school officials statewide. In reality, this is happening, and in many times, for the wrong purpose and has largely contributed to falsely claimed assumptions of students due to the inaccuracy of these scores. Standardized testing, the definition is in the word itself; any test given in the

  • The Bible Is The Only Truth

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    I was raised in a Christian home and taught that the Bible is the only truth, “The Word of God.” I was encouraged to not put my trust in men, because men will always make mistakes, but trust in God, because he is perfect. I solemnly believed that in order to trust in God, I had to obey the Bible. When I was 18 years old, I became a volunteer translator for a non-denominational American religious organization in Brazil. During that time, I visited hundreds of churches in many Brazilian states. American