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  • Psychologically Non Serious Diane
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    ... ill have thought about suicide for only a half hour or so before they try something. The most frequent reason for these impulsive suicide plans are relationship problems. Medically non-serious, Psychologically non-serious Janet is 13. She has dysthymia but has never been treated. She has a new boyfriend who is very nice to her. The only problem is that her parents will not let her go out with him by herself. He is 17, does not go to school, and is on probation for selling cigarettes to other...
  • Effects Like Preston
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    "Style Critique on The Hot Zone"Lassa is a Level 4 virus from West Africa, and it was one of Peter Jahrling's favorite life forms-he thought it was fascinating and beautiful, in certain ways. He had held in his gloved hands virtually every hot agent known, except for Ebola and Marburg. When people asked him why he didn't work with them, he replied, "I don't particularly feel like dying". Richard Preston traces the known paths of Ebola and Marburg in The Hot Zone. He tells of their discovery, eff...
  • Thought
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    The thought kept occurring to me throughout the book, that when Julien had any minor success in his life, it was in spite of himself. He tries hard to conform to the model he has selected for himself in a particular situation, but he is so bad at keeping up his act, that eventually, he falters and reveals his true nature and weakness. It is in these moments of weakness that his true humanity shows through benefiting him far more than all of his insincere efforts. Julien Sorel only gets something...
  • Semi Column
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    Gender Studies My decision to take the extracts from literary discourse to illustrate the differences between the male and female manner of writing was dictated by the fact that it is more interesting to search for such differences in this very discourse, then in scientific or newspaper, where there are strict rules of how to write (non-personal narration, non-emotiveness, usage of terms; laconic phrases, etc.) In literary discourse one may write whatever one wishes. (Jane Austen. Pride Prejudic...
  • Circle Of Confusion
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    The disorder of self Everyday liven down in the burrows and sorrows of suburbia has driven this man to be driven in circles. A mad boredom and dreams of aristocracy silently sought against him in a weather of falsehood and bored imagination sought to find meaning it what's not. Slews of meaningless words thrown around to envision ideals of a better place farther than the boundaries of outlying sidewalks and imaginary fences built around gardens keeping menacing things away. People paired up to d...
  • Small Hole McNeill
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    The Consequences of a Lead Migraine He looked as his watch, a drop of sweat dripping from his forehead, his heart beating 20 to the dozen. McNeill was scared as hell. It wasnt his first mission for the LAPD SWAT team, but it was possibly one of the most scary. Set in a cramped house, with nothing but darkness all around (The LAPD dont negotiate with terrorists, they said) he crawled past another darkened room, his MP 5 constantly raised in preparation for a gunfight. The fact that he felt ill di...
  • High Students
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    my weapon by: lady up! wake up! did you hear me say WAKE THE FUCK UP!? serene sunlight gleaming in my eyes i slowly rise with a crooked-face expression, eyebrows half way off my face, the taste of that overnight blunt stapled to the tip of my tongue and shopping through my taste buds. i take a deep breath, inhaling life into my lungs and salute the new day as a blessing. i see a pen resting. it's pleading me to pick it up and filter my being. gotta have it, so i grab it. feel the fragile but flu...
  • One Belief In The Book
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    by Gabe pol low In the fall semester of our Preceptorial class we covered many books that represented strong points about many issues. Many of these books took place in history a long time ago, although this is true they seem to be timeless. I have learned a great deal throughout all of the readings, and changed many of my feelings about several different issues. The books that had then most impacts on my thoughts were The Symposium, The Koran, The Apology, and So Long A Letter. These books have...
  • Our Own Original Thoughts
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    We are in a world of uncertainty and we can only guess and make predictions about what tomorrow will bring us. The book 1984 by George Orwell, was written in 1949 with his predictions about the future in 1984, thirty five years later. The part that interested me the most was where Orwell explains how we will no longer think on our own and that our thoughts and emotions would be controlled by the "thought police" for example. It was interesting to read about what a person thought in the past abou...
  • Outcomes Of Action Before Thought
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    Unit 4 Juxtapositions project 1 Eng 203 Page 1 The Icarus myth is a timeless legend that exceeds all bounds. Timeless to history, it tells us of a father and son, who was over ambitious, who attempt to escape from the imprisonment of King Minos. Daedalus, a famous Greek mechanic, angered King Minos and was imprisoned. He tried to escape numerous times but all attempts failed with the exception of his first, in which he was recaptured. He said The King does not govern the sky so we shall escape t...
  • Image Of The Plane
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    The Survivor Oblivious to the fact that I was nearing that time in your life when the thing last on your mind actually happens to occur, I sat back down in my seat and gazed out the window at the never ending, everlasting, deep blue, dazzling ocean. It was only when we approached the land of leaves (The Amazon jungle) and the aircraft descended slightly that I realized that I now had a completely new perspective of the Amazon jungle. I could now see under the carpet of leaves and through the bra...

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