between two or more horses. Usually thoroughbred. To most people it would seem that horse-racing was the purest sport imaginable. With tracks monitored by overlapping cameras and gates controlled by computers, it seems like the honest man's game.
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high school, going to college and getting a good job. And everyone dreams about a safe and healthy future. Dreams are our hopes for a better tomorrow. Drunk driving kills those dreams--without warning and without reason.
Nobody will deny that having
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which was a fishtown at the bottom of the deep ocean, where it is impossible to explore. there lived a young pink fish with yellow and blue glow in the dark spikes down its back, named Somadrekio
Now in this place called Winitchupalup, the LUNABERRIES
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great family pet
The American Staffordshire Terrier (also known as Pit Bull) is believed to be a man-eating beast. But is this breed all it's made out to be? The Pit Bull started in the Unites States; it has been developed since the early 1800's
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birth control pill in 1960, diaphragms and condoms were the primary forms of contraception. Early condoms were probably made from linen sheaths. The cervical cap was introduced in early 1800s, and the diaphragm was introduced later that century. In
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and half human. He has a duck's head and has human legs. Phylais comes down and compete with mortals every year on October seventh. Many mortals compete against Phylais beaten him in any Olympic games. One year Phylais came down to compete and he
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approach to visiting the relatives in Eid. His idea of Eid was doing nothing but sleep late and visit his friends in the afternoon. Yet his mother always lectured him about the whole meaning of Eid and how we always have to visit our close relatives.
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of the black leather sofa adds comfort to the warmth. Sally's crouched up on the floor in front of the fire, the orange red glow of the flames reflected in her drowsy eyes, heavy and sore from her ordeal. Her eyes seemed fixed on the red bricks beneath
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laureate Amiri Baraka read a controversial poem entitled "Somebody Blew Up America" at the Dodge Poetry Festival in New Jersey. The poem included the stanza, "Who knew the World Trade Center was gonna get bombed/Who told 4000 Israeli workers at the
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integrity mean to you?
In trying to answer this question I have considered many commendable people. The people whom I feel have been and are examples of integrity are George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Hale and Mohandas Gandhi. These intellect
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