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    The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Ann Brashares When a pair of jeans manages to work on four diffirent best friends and make each look uniquely special, that's when you know you're in possession of a truly remarkable article of clothing. The pants of, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, by Ann Brashares, is what makes the book complete. Even though this novel is a "girly" book; that's what makes the characters more relatable, the plot interesting in almost gossipy way, and the theme

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    Discourse Community Essay

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    Julia Allgeier Ms. Newhouse English 101 section 61 9/16/14 A Discourse Community Have you ever been among people who are very much like you? That it does not matter what differences you have you all have a lot more in common. A member of 4-H constitutes a discourse community because of an agreed set of common public goals, level of membership, and something that provides information and feedback. An agreed set of public goals for our community is that as a whole group

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    Soroptime Case Study

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    The Soroptimist International of Blythe will have their annual Health and Wellness Fair at the Blythe Community Center on April 28. Submitting a request to the City of Blythe to waive fees for this free community event at last Tuesday’s Council meeting, council members unanimously approved the organization’s application. With recommendation from staff to waive all fees except the $75 labor fee, which is a direct cost to the City and the refundable deposit of $125, the organization saved a total

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    Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things- air, sleep, dreams, the sea, the sky- all things tending towards the eternal or what we imagine of it. For any one person setting abroad, money is by far the number one issue that arises when planning an excursion. To be able to travel for free and get the experience of endlessly creating yourself

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    Traveling With Cancer

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    patients Hazel and Augustus, and walks through the life and everyday struggle that one faces.The Fault in Our Stars uses a realistic fiction story to accurately depict traveling with cancer, the support from others, and having a social life. Green accurately portrays the struggle of traveling with cancer. Current advice regarding traveling with cancer argues that “ Long flights pose a risk of blood clots for every patient which may increase the risk of medical attention. A patient should also verify the

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    Gas Traveling

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    As we know, gas has been part of our society, and gas can affect us with unpleasant impacts in our life. Our daily lives depend on gas usage, when we go to work, college and traveling. We use gas for cars, planes and many other things. I think There are some negative effects of gas rising traveling in vacation events, prices of plane tickets is going up , car companies start to make more economical cars. First of all, many people are not going on vacation because of high gas prices. Families

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    Traveling The Bahamas

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    Something I would like to do that I haven’t done,well there's lots of different thing I would like to do but to be specific it would have to be traveling the world.I would like to travel the world because I want to see all the different types of things in the world and I want to explore it and have fun.I would specially want to travel the world with my sister because she always wanted to travel as well.I would want to travel to would be some different cities and three beautiful beaches. The first

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    Traveling To Boston

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    Boston. Here you will not only be able to learn a new language, but experience the rich history and culture that this city has to offer. There are many advantages to learning how to speak English in the United States. The first major advantage of traveling to Boston to learn English is you will be able to use your new skills in the course of your everyday life. This real world experience is the key to helping you grasp your new language quickly and efficiently. If you come to Boston you'll be presented

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    The benefits of traveling When I was young, my father gave me advice that helped me to achieve in my whole life. “He told me to think about whatever I liked or, what I’m interested in and you will be able to do it”. Actually, I came from Kuwait to United State in order to succeed in my education life. So, the most important thing in my life to get experience that could help me in the future to get great jobs, good salary and stable income. I saw there are benefits of traveling such as, to get new

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    Traveling To America

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    I think that people benefit more from traveling to foreign countries. I travel to experience new sights, cultures and food. How can you do that if you just travel in your own country? You have to go to South America to see the great work that Native Americans made centuries ago, to Spain to be greeted with the Spaniards’ hospitality and to Japan to eat authentic Japanese-style barbecued eel. By travelling in your own country, you won’t experience anything new – you’ll still see the things you’re

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