• Enc1101
    A typical day in my life can actually be quite atypical by most people’s standards, primarily because I enjoy being spontaneously social, active, and dedicated. I believe that life is meant to be lived, and every counts towards the overall culmination of your life. I have always been a social person...
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  • Senioritis
    English 101 4 September 2013 Senior Year Struggles Senioritis is a common term frequently used to describe the typical behavior of a senior in high school. This term stands for the typical laziness seniors get accustomed to during their last year of high school, and it is a terrible habit. Most seniors...
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  • Software Engineer 2006
    Globe in 2006 and 2056 U.S. software engineer living in 2006 I am an Indian male earning a living as a software engineer in Houston, Texas. I earned my degree in India prior to moving to the United States, and came here on an H1B visa. I went to work for Merrick Corporation, a large company that provides...
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  • My Life Is a Routine
    A Routine Life to One Person May Be a Glamorous One to Another It started out as a typical boring day. It is amazing that one can be so accustomed to a certain way of life, be so bored and restless, and then suddenly something sneaks in and alters one’s whole perspective. That something was one...
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  • Combo
    The first question I had about being a nutritionist was what the typical salary i would be earning in the job field. I found alot of useful information about being a nutritionist in the Occupational Outlook Handbook. According to this source, annual earnings of dietitians and nutritionists were $43...
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  • Animal Abuse
    Imagine your life as a homeless dog or cat. Describe what you think a typical day might be like. If I had to imagine my life as a homeless dog or cat my typical day would be waking up hopeless by just waking up all over again with that same feeling of all my pain, being lonely, scared...
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  • you on you and how you
    Disgusted ratherly. All my life i've managed to stay on track. And with one stupid decision... I managed to tarnish my record, my life, my career, and pride. More than all disappoint my family and be a burden to the people that work hard for me and themselves. Stealing isn't one of my fortes. It isn't a...
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  • Only so Many Mondays ( Writing Journal)
    However, without Mondays we’d hate Tuesday. It was February 27th. A not so typical Monday morning had arrived. The typical Monday ritual had begun. I jumped out of bed. I knew that I would be late to Statistics again. It was a typical late start Monday and I was groggy and walking around all zombie like...
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  • Culture Study
    factors a young adults takes into consideration when moving out of the household. Joining the working class is a monumental point in a young adult’s life and is considered a common goal which American’s share from childhood. From a very young age children are encouraged to create unique individualistic...
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  • Teenage Life
    record a speech of one of my 'pet peeves'. It was only to be 5 minutes long and have three main points. This discouraged me a great deal as if you take any one of my 'pet peeves' and I could rant for at least a half an hour on each, if not more. Much less I was not about to change my way of speaking in complete...
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  • Response to Harriet Jacobs and Fredrick Douglass
    the Life of a Slave Girl” and Fred Douglass in” The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass” published in 2007 and 2001 respectively in Selections from American Literature, Fredrick Douglass and Harriet Jacobs(under pseudonym, ‘Linda Brent’) present themselves as teenagers. How their typical days...
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  • Blogskin
    A Typical Drama Twisted with a hint of normal Dramas are delusional Giving out false hope to the crestfallen A Typical Drama © 2009-2010 By IdOL_fanatic/mizukiyukino/maplecutieXD/Dan...
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  • How Disney Movies Changed Lives
    Marjorie A. Wallington Central Michigan University Many children can say that they have seen a Disney movie at least once in their life. In the process they have been influenced by sexism. For this article I have decided to focus on the sexism and gender discrimination found in the...
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  • First Person America
    opportunity of a job. However, if you ask any person who lives outside of the United States, they’d most likely give a rather contrasting view of the typical working American. These foreign views of the work portrayed in American culture usually involve a stressed-out worker employed in some form of white-collar...
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  • Descrption
    provides one to be different then usual, allows one to be “real”. It is my intent through this essay to jog or help the ‘zone’ to be remembered by the reader. A typical southern Saturday morning, not any different then any other day really, except for no school and a trip to Granddad’s. It’s where I...
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  • Learning
    Well Hello There! My name is Laniesha Johnson; I was born November 5, 1996 in Chicago, IL. I then moved to Atlanta with my family a few years later. I am now a 10th grader that attends New Manchester High School in Doulas County. GO JAGUARS!!! My immediate family includes, Alniesha (Mother), Redrick...
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  • Reflection Paper; Reading Project
    When this project was assigned to me, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Just six weeks ago, the words “non­fiction” created an image of boredom in my mind. I didn’t realize how many great pieces of non­fiction literature there were, and how much would enjoy it. Not only did I read many great pieces of writing...
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  • Teen Speech
    I have come to talk to this adoring audience about a light-hearted and sometime humorous topic of the typical teen-age stereo-type as the announcer has already told you. Now I'd like to start out my little speech by telling you all that I am a people watcher. From time to time I was barely able to talk...
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  • The Things I Carried
    license, money, food, and my keys. All of this I carry with me during the typical school day at Walpole High. But the only thing that is always there, always with me is my keys. No matter where I go, even if I didn’t drive my car, I always have my keys. They are a big part of my life; they represent a part...
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  • Photo Essay
    At every high school there is a different “typical high school experience.” Depending on where you live, who your friends with, what sports you play and even what classes you take can depend on your high school experience. For me a high school is all about balancing a bunch of things at once. Whether...
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