• Courtroom Observation
    many drinks would be too many. It was believed that Mr. Hart had about 11 drinks. I am sure the bartender has seen people become too drunk on less and even more drinks than that. I believe that O’Malley’s Tavern should be granted Summary judgment but to explain why one must first know what summary...
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  • Courtroom Observation, Liberty University
    Gibbs and Stand Alone Properties, L.L.C. as O’Malley’s Tavern. A Motion of Summary Judgment on behalf of O’Malley’s Tavern in the US District Court of Northern District of Indiana. Is being argued/presented. Briefly; Mrs. White is suing the defendant Patrick Gibbs of O’Malley’s Tavern where as the...
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  • Anne of Green Gables Summaries
    . Small summary chapter 1 Website: http://www.bookrags.com/studyguide-anne-of-green-gables/chapanal001.html Mrs. Rachel Lynde, a small town busybody and self-appointed guardian of personal decorum, sits at her kitchen window, perfectly perched to take note of all of the peninsular Avonlea's comings...
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  • Bleak House Paper
    Badgers’ house. She suggests that Ada teases her about something but dismisses it as unimportant. Summary: Chapter 15, “Bell Yard” In London, Mr. Quale follows Mrs. Pardiggle everywhere and gushes over her. Another man, Mr. Gusher, accompanies them as well. All of them excitedly discuss various...
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  • The Hungry Tide as a Diasporic Novel
    human nature. Chapter 3 Summary: Mrs. Dashwood and her daughters stay at Norland for a few months, because it is difficult to find a new home which they can afford with their small income. She knows of John Dashwood's promise to his father, her late husband, and this reassures her; neither she nor...
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  • oliver twist
    the crime. Oliver is cleared of all charges. Pitying the sickly young Oliver, Brownlow takes him into a coach and drives away. Summary: Chapter 12 Oliver is delirious with a fever for days. When he awakes, Brownlow’s kindly housekeeper, Mrs. Bedwin, is watching over him. He says that he feels...
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  • Essay
    Brief Summary: Cal was walking up the middle aisle Aunt Alexandra sent Cal to tell Atticus that Scout and Jem had been missing all day. And little did he know they were right above him, watching the whole trial. And aunt Alexandra will be upset to find out that they had been at the trial. Atticus...
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  • Animal Farm Chapter 1-5 Summaries
    Chapter Summaries Chap.1 Summary Mr. Jones owns a farm know as “Manor Farm.” He is a very cruel and sickens man. He treats his animals very terrible and does the things the no farmer has done as bad. One animal at the farm named Old Major calls all the animals at the barn for a meeting. At...
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  • Jude the Obscure
    not know why the young woman died. Summary: Chapter III The governess is late picking up Miles, whom she finds standing outside the inn exuding the same beauty and purity as Flora. Joining Mrs. Grose back at Bly, the governess rejects, on the basis of Miles’s attractive appearance, any charges she...
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  • Jane Austen
    Harriet. Emma considers him slow but is not dissuaded in her plans. Summary: Chapter 11 Mr. and Mrs. John Knightley and their children arrive at Hartfield and temporarily occupy all of Emma’s attention. Mr. Woodhouse and Isabella commiserate over losing Mrs. Weston, and there is speculation...
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  • Pride and Prejudice
    Chapters 24–26 Summary: Chapters 24–25 Miss Bingley sends another letter, this one praising the beauty and charm of Darcy’s sister. The letter further states that Bingley will remain in London all winter, putting an end to the Bennets’s hopes that he might return to Netherfield. Elizabeth is...
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  • Mr. Harvey's Childhood
    Chapter 1 Summary In this chapter, Susie Salmon (like the fish) introduces herself and gives the reader all the details of her murder. She was 14 years old and she took a shortcut home from school through the cornfield behind the junior high. It was already dark, because it was December 6, 1973...
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  • Goodnight Mr Tom Chapter Breakdown
    what it's about, but her brother knows. She wants to apply for the exam to go to high school, which girls never did at this time in history. Everyone seems shocked, but Willie stands up for her...... Chapter 15, "Home" Summary On the way to the village to catch the train, Willie and Mr. Tom...
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  • David Copperfield (Sparknotes)
    . Mrs. Micawber is pregnant again. Summary — Chapter XXVIII. Mr. Micawber’s Gauntlet “Ride over all obstacles, and win the race!” (See Important Quotations Explained) Mr. and Mrs. Micawber and Traddles come to dinner at David’s apartment. Mrs. Crupp agrees, after a good deal of argument, to cook...
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  • Observation Paper
    bartender and owner are not liable. Mr. Van Meter stated that since Mr. Hard’s intoxication was not the proximate cause of the injury summary judgment is required as a matter of law.  In general proximate cause is when an event is greatly related to a legally recognizable injury. Mr. Van Meter continued...
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  • The Song of Experience
    , but Mr. Pumblechook is nowhere in sight. Sweeet. • Pip walks home think about his coarse hands and his thick boots. Great Expectations Chapter Nine Summary • The next day, Pip’s sister wants to know ALL the juicy details about Miss Havisham and Satis House, but the thing is, Pip doesn’t...
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  • summaries warriors dont cry
    My IN-Depth Summaries of Warriors Don't Cry Chapter 1 Summary In this chapter, we learn some basic things about the main character, Melba, and we know that she is born on December 7th, 1941. Melba's birth was a complicated one, but she eventually made a full recovery and on top of all of...
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  • Courtroom Observation
    that they should obtain the summary judgment because the incident only happened because Mr. Hard was intoxicated. This may be true, but according to Findlaw.com, “while driving under the influence of alcohol (0.08 percent or higher blood-alcohol concentration) is illegal for all motorists, all states...
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  • Fasting Feasting by Anita Desai
    Part 1, Chapters 1 and 2 Summary Anita Desai's novel of intricate family relations plays out in two countries, India and the United States. The core characters comprise a family living in a small town in India, where provincial customs and attitudes dictate the futures of all children: girls are...
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  • The Age of Innocence
    Mrs. Thorley Rushmore just to show Newland that she knows what¹s going on and has the proper composure to conceal her knowledge. Chapter Seventeen Summary: While Newland had been away, Ellen had stopped by to meet his mother and sister. Mrs. Archer does not think she is as plain as she first...
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