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  • Danny Hucker

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    Danny Hupfer is a bold, jittery, thoughtful, and coarse type of person, and he’s also an hot-headed, loud person and shows even more traits later in the book. However he learns how and why he needs to help others, to let himself be heard, to keep going, and to stand up to and for others. At the beginning of the book danny is shown to be a loud, rude person. Like during the soccer game, when Danny kept roaring at holling to get in front of doug swieteck’s brother “Danny screamed again “IN FRONT!”

  • France Research Paper

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    France Key facts France is the second largest country in Europe, with the 5th largest population. Population 57.5 million Geographic size: 212,935 square miles Capital city of France is Paris Major cities and population, Paris - 8.7 million people, Lyon - 1.2 million, Marseille - 1.2 million, Lille - 950,000 and Bordeaux - 640,000. Red, white and blue have come to represent liberty, equality and fraternity - the ideals of the French Revolution. Blue and red are also the time-honoured colours of

  • The Ottoman Culture : The Culture Of Turkey

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    The culture of my country, Turkey, combines an extremely diverse, as well as, a heterogeneous set of elements that have been derived from the various cultures of the Caucasian, Central Asian, Eastern European and Eastern Mediterranean (West Asian) traditions. The majority of these traditions were originally brought together by the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire is a multi-ethnic and a multi-religious state. During the early years of the republic, the government invested a really large amount

  • Essay about Languedoc and Toulouse Southern France

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    When I think of culinary I think of France, the culinary capitol of the world. France has so many types of cooking styles in their many regions, such as, the region of Languedoc. (Rapp, 2011) (Rapp, 2011)Languedoc is in southern France. Languedoc was a dominion of the Counts of Toulouse — independent principalities in southwestern France — until the thirteenth century when it became a possession of the French Crown. In the past many French people considered the Languedoc a desert of French gastronomy