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  • Book Of Job
    427 words
    Job was a man who was perfect (not sinless) and upright, one that feared God and turned away from evil. Job is a perfect example of universal suffering, why those are good suffer along with the individuals who are called bad. Job was a man who God had allowed to obtain riches and fame. He had all of the finer things in life. Satan knew this, and wanted to bring sorrow and pain into Job's life for the main purpose of showing God that these were the reasons Job was so faithful. Satan was wrong as ...
  • Plato's Mind
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    Comments on Matthew Arnold's 'Philistinism in England and America' In his essay, 'Philistinism in England and America,' Matthew Arnold examines the ancient ideas of Plato in the context of a twentieth century, capitalist society. As he agrees with almost all of what Plato had to say, he also admits that he is outdated, and that some of his teachings cannot be applied to us, living in an industrial superpower such as the United States. Still, though, Arnold defends the ancient philosopher. Educat...
  • Njrotc Cadets
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    The NJROTC, or Naval Junior Recruit Officer Training Corpse, is built not only to teach high school students about the navy but also allows student to become our great leaders of the future. In NJROTC cadets are asked to live up to very high standards because those students in NJROTC are thought of as the best of the best and are at that school to represent the military way of life. In this program I have learned three traits that will help me better myself not only in the future but in the day ...
  • Susan And Betsy
    424 words
    Killing Mr. Griffin In the book Killing Mr. Griffin two of the students are involved are Susan and Betsy. I believe that Susan was a much stronger character of the two. I believe this because Susan seems to has a higher moral sense and doesn t need people to think she is cute and wonderful like Betsy does. Betsy feels that everyone must adore her because she is cute and because of her father's social standing. Susan shows her morals by doing her work; she tries her best and tries not to bring he...
  • Best Job
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    I-Search Paper In the next few years, life will quickly pass by and the next thing people will realize is that the class of 2002 will have graduated and we, the class, will be out in the real world, living our lives, trying to make the best out of life. In order for many people, including myself, having things you want and having a good life you need money. Money isnt always the key to life, it just helps you out in the long run when you do need things, but in order to get those little things yo...
  • Lifestyle Of A Romany Gypsy
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    For many years Gypsies have been thought of as dirty smuggling peasants. Many books have been written and many stories told falsely portraying the lifestyles of Gypsies in general. Manfri Fredrick Wood, a true Romany Gypsy, heard the stories, read the books and was disappointed to see that these books were being read and stories being told because they were", either for the most part nonsense, or else a very good Didi kai book", (Wood, 1973). Frustrated, Wood wrote his own book called "In The Li...
  • Hunt For Red October
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    Summer Reading: The Hunt for Red October, by Tom Clancy One of the books I read over the summer, was The Hunt for Red October. The main characters of this book, are Jack Ryan, and Captain Ramius. Ryan, is a writer for the CIA, and Ramius is a Russian submarine commander, one of the most respected in all of Russia. Ryan's conflict is that he has to find out all that he can about Russia's new Ballistic Missile Typhoon Class submarine. What makes this different that any other submarine is that it h...
  • Firs Issue Of Playboy Magazine
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    Hugh Marston Hefner was born in Chicago on April 9, 1926, the oldest son of Glenn and Grace Hefner, and a direct descendent of distinguished Massachusetts Puritan patriarchs William Bradford and John Winthrop. He attended Sayre Elementary School and Steinmetz High on the West Side of Chicago, where he was no more than an average student, despite his genius IQ (152) (web), he distinguished himself instead with his extracurricular activities like: founding a school paper, writing, cartooning. He a...
  • Rosie Greenman Adulthood
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    Adulthood: Greenman vs. Greenman Adulthood: Greenman vs. Greenman Essay, Research Paper Greenman vs. Greenman Spending time looking at the testimonies of all parties and my own opinions I have decided to change my decision about Rosie Greenman. She is not an adult and should not be allowed to marry, a right of an adult. There were many things that brought me to change my opinion. Firstly, I looked at the meaning of "Adult' for me. When does a person become an adult? This point is crossed when an...

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