• 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment
    known to prey on their own race and often develop a relationship with their victims before victimizing them.5 law enforcement officials have limited knowledge of asian gangs and often have difficulty penetrating these gangs because of language barriers and gang distrust of non-asians.6 Law enforcement officials...
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  • The Constitution and Literature of the Gangster Disciple Street Gang(Use for Research)
    USE FOURCE THAT IS PUSHED ON US TO BEGIAN WITH.WE ARE THE NATION WITH KNOWLEDGE CRIPS AND BLOODS HAVE TAKEN OUR KNOWLEDGE AS IF IT WAS THERES AND KNOW NOT WHAT TO DO WITH IT BUT GIVE IT TO EVERYONE WHO ASK. FOLKS KNOW THAT KNOWLEDGE IS PUT HERE TO HLEP OUR MINDS GROW AND TO HELP US BECOME BETTER DISCIPLE...
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  • Unit 8 Chapter Vocab
    government that could resolve problems caused by the selfishness of human beings. 30. John Locke – English empiricist philosopher who believed that all knowledge is derived from sensory experience. 31. William Penn – Englishman and Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania. 32. Philosophe – intellectuals...
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  • U Know
      | PLEDGES OF A DISCIPLE:   (6 PLEDGE)The night I was born Folks was the night I died. As my brethren cast my body into the lake of Fire and Knowledge I was baptized. One with my nation by my Kings blessed. With a Pitchfork in my hand and a Six on my chest. Others will speak my name and know the...
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  • F.O.L.K.S (Vio)
    IT ALL STARTED BUT WITHOUT PURE KNOWLEDGE WISDOM AND UNDERSTANDING IT WILL SOON BE DEPARTED. THE SIX POINT STAR CONNECTED IT ALL TOGETHER AND BY BEING THE STAR OF DAVID IT WILL ALL LAST FOREVER. BY USING OUR 180 DEGREES OF PURE FAITH AND OUR 360 DEGREES OF PURE KNOWLEDGE NOTHING IS IMPOSSABLE FOR A GANGSTER...
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  • SPARTAN
    seven, Thomas began to attend the Merchant Taylors school, a new and modern school for boys. Admission to Merchant Taylors required a significant knowledge of either Latin or Greek as well as the Bible, so Thomas's entrance was no small accomplishment. In fact, among his classmates at the prestigious...
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  • An Analysis of Jim Morrison's Poetry
    poetry of his age. His poetry expresses his own experiences, thoughts, development, and maturation as a poet — from his musings on film at UCLA in The Lords and The New Creatures, to his final poems in Wilderness and The American Night. It is my intention to show Morrison as a serious American poet, whose...
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  • gangs in chicago
    Gangster Disciple alliance. Or alliances between Vice Lords and Black P Stones and Mickey Cobras. White gangs had alliances such as the White Power Organization (WPO) or the United Fighting Organization (UFO), or the alliance between Simon City Royals and Insane Popes. Latino gangs had the United Latino Organization...
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  • Ann Radcliffe
    An Introduction to William Blake With him I speak mouth to mouth, clearly, and not in dark speech; for he beholds the form of the Lord. -- Yahweh, on Moses, Numbers 12:8 Mouth to mouth, not mouth to ear. To be a prophet in the strictest sense of the word, a divine entity must speak through, and not...
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  • Genesis - the Evolution & Rise of the Gangsterdisciples
    president and vice-president of the group Mac "Blue Devil" Aurther and Donise David "Big D" Barksdale, they had formed the small gang as a way to protect themselves from the growing Vice Lords gang, which lived in the surrounding area and also heavily occupied Lawndale and Woodlawn. The Vice Lords were an...
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  • Predestination - Weighing in with Calvin & Wesley
    themselves accursed for their brethren’s sake’” (Works, 3:550). But to those who do not believe in predestination, the Spirit gives the knowledge that they are in Christ today. It excludes all doubt and fear. Fourthly, according to Wesley, this doctrine directly tends to destroy...
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  • Skajshah
    was it dishonorable for that specific reason; it was seen as dishonorable as Banquo’s ghost came back to haunt Macbeth while having dinner with the lords. Macbeth constantly sees the ghost throughout dinner, specifically when the ghost sits in Macbeth’s chair. This shows how dishonorable it was to murder...
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  • Bible
    Testament: THE STORY OF ACHAN Joshua took the City of Jericho. Before the fall of the city he declared that all the spoil taken should be given to the Lord. In spite of this order Achan secreted a garment, some silver and gold. Afterward Joshua tried to take the city of Ai. He failed and many of his...
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  • God's Everlasting Love and Compassion for Sinners
    in order to calm the seas, and ultimately ended up being swallowed whole by a very large fish. Chapter two then leaves off with Jonah praying to the Lord for forgiveness from within the fish, until very shortly after when God orders the fish to “spew” him onto dry land. In chapter three, we only know...
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  • Abortion and consecuences. Argumentative Essay
    solution would be abortion. Due to the lack of being careful or being irresponsible; choosing the wrong peers or crowd; and by using different kinds of vices such as drugs, alcohol, marijuana and many more can lead to problems that ends up with abortion. There are two kinds of abortion known today. One is...
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  • Trust in God
    We as God's servants, ask the Lord everyday for good examination results, a promotion from your grouchy boss, a wife that you can cherish and vice versa, a child, a piece of chocolate, and all kinds of random things that just suddenly pop into your head. We ask God for many things that we ourselves...
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  • essay
    come to his attention. “Janus Weathercock” and “Egomet Bonmot,” Wainewright’s whimsical textual doubles, are the creations of an obsessive, if not insane, murderer. Wilde emphasizes the gap separating the writer from the author by refusing either to overlook Wainewright’s murders because of his talent...
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  • Research – Macbeth by Shakespeare
    of the nobility. Otherwise, they had to stay home and learn to run the household. For Elizabethan era women of noble birth, education included knowledge of several languages, including Latin, Greek, Italian, and French. However, even noblewomen were not allowed to go to university and were only taught...
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  • Class System in Frankenstein
    mainly based upon the House of Lords being at the top and in control and then the House of Commoners which included everyone else. The Monarch was the King and Queen and they were above all on the class system and that is still true in their system today. The rich or Lords were the upper class and the...
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  • Symbolism Inlord of the Flies
    Symbols are used to represent numerous things in movies and novels. In William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies about a group of young British boys stranded on an island trying to remain sane until help arrives, there are symbols from beginning to end. The three most significant signals are the conch...
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