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  • Time Is Precious Value Of An Hour
    359 words
    Why do we consider twenty-four hours to be a day when day is actually the period of time between dawn and dusk? Why does the day begin at midnight? Midnight is the middle of the night, not the middle of the day! Why do we have seven days instead of eight? What's the reason for time? Just because we have a calendar or a clock doesn't mean that we have more or less time. Tick, to ck, tick, to ck. Sometimes it flies, sometimes it crawls. Most of the time we can never seem to get enough of it. To re...
  • Whole Brownie
    442 words
    "THE HALF-EATEN BROWNIE" This story is about my Grandmother. She was the kind of women who played (most) everything safe. She ate all her fruits and veggies and made sure she had all the basic food groups in her meals. She tried very hard to stay healthy. She worried about strange and horrible things happening to her family, especially after all of the recent high school shootings. She worried about my sister Jennie and I who are still in high school. Every Saturday she would visit the farmers m...
  • Every Few Days
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    I hear them get closer and closer as the porch creaks every step to the door. My heart feels like its pounding through my chest, and sweat is pouring off my face as I sprint in a panic. I hear the key turning and the door opening just as I jump out the window. I've been staying in that house for over a week now. It's for sale and real estate agents come by every few days to show it. I'm a light sleeper and I've been able to slip out before anyone can see I've been staying there. I have no where ...
  • Girl's Hand
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    Granite - 2 Vigorously wiping off the dead grass and dandelion petals from the rock, the girl's hand brushed a jagged edge roughly. As she quickly drew her hand away for examination, she saw what her hand had lain upon. The right upper corner of the baby's headstone was broken off. She took a moment to contemplate her blood expanding into the crevices and gullies of the edge's gap. She scanned the knoll ahead and around it and spotted the chunk. She walked over and picked it up, her knuckles get...
  • International Managers O Leverage The Core Competencies
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    Wal-Mart's everyday low prices gives an edge over other retailers. o Efficient IT infrastructure enables to smoothen inbound and outbound logistics. o Distribution efficiencies reduces the dependency on the suppliers inefficiencies. o Wide range of products provides customer anything and everything under one roof. o Current dominating market position gives advantage in market development and penetration. o economies of scale of scale Weaknesses- o The weakness is that their overhead is expensive...
  • 1920 The Radio
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    Inventions of the 1920's to 30's Through out the 1920's many inventions were created that altered human civilization. Transportation was successfully mastered. Radio communication was becoming more common and medicine was saving more and more lives every day. In this year Henry Ford created the first affordable, combustion engine car called the Model-T. The creation of the Model-T changed the lives of every American. Vehicles were looked at as a way of freedom and excitement. Soon after, every h...
  • Our Every Day Life
    757 words
    Anthony Tseng Gloomy, dejected, depressed: These are the emotional elements that William Shakespeare implemented into the speaker of Sonnet 73. An understanding that time doesn't last forever and we all will age with the current of time. Thus he has accepted his fate, but wants us the readers to feel what he feels and see what he sees. Each year more time passes by. Each year we age a little more. A year also dies out, and then comes a new year. An endless cycle of life and death. Represented ea...
  • My Only Day
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    For the Rest of My Life... For the rest of my life there are two days that will never again trouble me. The first day is yesterday with all its blunders and tears, its follies and defeats. Yesterday has passed forever bye my control. The other day is tomorrow with its pitfalls and threats, its dangers and mystery. Until the sun rises again, I have no stake in tomorrow, for it is still unborn. With God's help and only one day to concentrate all my effort and energy on, this day, I can win! Only w...
  • Every Day Of Our Lives
    457 words
    Thousands of years ago, Man created (discovered?) gunpowder. Sixty years ago, he discovered the power of the atom. Twenty-five years ago, computers were primarily tools of universities, large corporations and government agencies. Now a Personal Computer is commonplace in homes; suburban kids have computers with capabilities 100 fold of their corporate ancestors. The Internet was in a similar state not 10 years ago. It has grown so fast that now the original framework is bursting at the seams, no...
  • One Day
    491 words
    My central psyche has combusted into dozens of abstract particles. Each notion fits perfectly. It is as if my life has been predestined. Each new day is simply inevitable. Or, perhaps, it is the opposite, and the jigsaw puzzle, otherwise known as my world is molding each individual sector. They are all being sculpted accordingly as to each step I take, whichever direction it may be in. Many a time, I have sat back and pondered my surroundings. I have explored the decisions I have made as to whet...
  • Man Good Day
    591 words
    In front of the cold eyes of hundreds of people every day, he would stand on the street in his ragged clothes and brown paper sandals and breath plumes of fire into the sky like a factory belching smoke. The people would stare in amazement as he did this over and over; he seemed to have an endless supply of the bright energy inside of himself. He glanced down at his watch every day right around three-thirty in the afternoon and packed his mat into his bag and set off for the bank, because it wou...
  • Sporty Spice
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    KISS hits the road Saturday night in Phoenix to once again rock and roll all-night and party every day. But only for a little while longer. The group has announced that this outing is its farewell tour, one last chance to breathe fire, spit blood, put on the makeup, and stomp around in those gigantic boots before calling it a day. Yes, we " ve heard this before from these rockers, but Gene Simmons says that since KISS is unlike anybody else the group isn't kidding. There's the tour, which featur...
  • Every Day Bibot
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    The Scarlet Pimpernel Baroness Emmuska Or czy PARIS: SEPTEMBER, 1792 chapter 1 A surging, seething, murmuring crowd of beings that are human only in name, for to the eye and ear they seem naught but savage creatures, animated by vile passions and by the lust of vengeance and of hate. The hour, some little time before sunset, and the place, the West Barricade, at the very spot where, a decade later, a proud tyrant raised an undying monument to the nation's glory and his own vanity. During the gre...
  • Entire Voyage
    341 words
    My name is Sam Morris. I am a Puritan originally from England. In England we Puritans suffered because of our religious beliefs. I decided that I would be better able to serve god and myself by traveling to Massachusetts in the New World. It has been a month since the end of the horrible voyage only to find some things not much better. The voyage here was the worst experience of my life. Half of those on the ship didn't survive the voyage and for a time I wasn't sure that I would myself. The ste...
  • Use Later With My Own Cattle
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    A noun that has played a major part in my life is cow. My life revolves around those nose-picking, cud chewing, cloven-hoofed animals that have taught me a lifetime of responsibility, caring, and pride. One thing I have learned through my cattle is responsibility. Every morning and evening, no matter the weather, I greet my calves through the barn door. I am responsible for watering and feeding them twice a day and brushing them at least once a day. I learn a lot about feeding techniques and dai...
  • Nasty People
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    Smoking can be very addictive i many ways. one way is that if you keep smoking then you will get addicted. not only will that happen it will become nasty and you will get a disease. my parents smoke and they are very addicted and they smell like smoke al the time. when people say i smell like smoke its because of my parents. because of smoking my mother has asthma and she cant breath that well my dad doesnt have anything yet but i know one day he will and every ciggerett shortens you. life by 7 ...
  • Far The Worst Decision
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    Decisions are made every second, every minute and every day. Different decisions can lead to different results. Every outcome has an impact on our every day lives. Depending an the decision made, it may be the right or wrong choice. For me, I make wrong choices on regular bases, but by far the worst decision was made when I was 10 years old. From a very young age, I was very active and energetic when it came to sports. I might have been influenced by my brother, b cuz I started playing soccer an...
  • Every Day Of My Army Service
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    First of all, Army Hi! First of all, thank you for your attention. You know, I ve been thinking about this assignment and I got so scared, you cannot imagine how! But, than I started to think about this different, I thought, If somebody could do it before, so can I And then I thought about something that might be interesting for you. Finally, I decided to tell you about my Israeli army experience. It was just a couple of months after I finished high school, I was 18, and I got this letter that s...

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