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She looked in on Tom’s business law class first, but he wasn’t there. She headed downstairs. Then she began to forge her way across campus, weaving around fellow students who were staking out their favorite benches. She could hear paper bags rustling and smell other …

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It wasn’t so much the hunting. It was the killing.That was what brought Gordie Wilson out to the Santa Ana foothills on a sunny May morning like this. That was why he was cutting school even though he wasn’t sure he’d get away with forging …

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It was Dee who made the phone call, because Audrey and Michael were looking out the kitchen window together, and Zach wasn’t the talking type. Jenny and Tom had moved a little away from the others.”I wanted to show you this,” Tom said. It was …

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Abstract It is for a fact that the past few years have seen a steady decline in union membership. Unions no longer wield the power that they had in the past. This is attributed to a series of relentless political, social, technological and economic changes. …

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“Yes,” Jenny said.Audrey gasped. “Jenny-for God’s sake.” Jenny didn’t look at her. Tom made some movement. Jenny didn’t look his way, either. “Jenny …” Dee whispered. “It’s not worth it. I know your promises-you keep them. You’ll be trapped. Don’t do it for us.” Jenny …

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“Jenny?” Dee’s voice said hesitantly. “Jenny, are you okay?”I’ve had such a strange dream, Jenny thought, but when she lifted her face from her hands, it was real. She was sitting on the floor of her grandfather’s basement, in a puddle of icy-cold water. Dee, …

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Cadet blue, which had just looked pale on the mirror, turned out to be gray on paper.Jenny was no artist, but she could draw simple things. Like a square-that was her grandfather’s basement. Steps, going out of the top of the picture up to the …

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Floating in gray dimness, she heard a clock strike three.Wake up, she thought, but she didn’t want to. She floated for a while again. No, wake up, she thought. That’s the alarm. You have to go to school… or something. You have to go see …

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1. A Comprehensive Strategy for Visitor Management Many visitor attractions see visitor experience as a secondary concern in managing these attractions in favour of the standard of the exhibit. In order to meet both expectations, it is necessary to define the organizational task in order …

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What’s taking them so long?” Dee said.Audrey and Michael had gone off to see if they could find Zach, who they figured must be around here somewhere. Or if they could find water-or a blanket-or something-for Jenny. Jenny was in bad shape. She was slumped …

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Excitement bubbled up in Jenny. “Finally we can go somewhere.””And get out of this freaking hallway,” Dee said. Michael was looking awed. “It’s just like going up to the next level of a video game.” But Audrey pursed her lips. When Jenny asked why, Audrey …

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It was an abstract rendition of a forest, very heavy on green swirling lines.”All right, so I did draw a forest,” Audrey said. “I’ve always had nightmares about them, but I never knew why. I didn’t even know what forest I was scared of.” “He …

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Mock scraped on rock and the moonlight was cut off above them. Audrey was lying in a ball beside Jenny near the bottom of the slope. Dee had been shoved in backward and was sprawled at the very bottom, legs higher than her head. In …

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Introduction: James McNeill Whistler is credited not only with his famous mantra, ‘art for art’s sake’ (Ten O’clock Lecture, 1885), but also for stating that ‘an artist is not paid for his labor but for his vision’ (BrainyQuote/ThinkExist, 2012). It is this matter of communicative …

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“Cypress eyes and sun-glowing skin … and your hair’s like liquid amber. Why do you wear it back like that?””Because Tom likes it,” Jenny said reflexively, her standard response. “Look, what did you mean-” He shook his head, clicking his tongue. “May I?” he said …

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The room behind the door had golden-ocher walls. On one of them an African mask hung in primitive glory. Several clay sculptures rested on built-in teak shelving, including a bust that could have been Nefertiti. Leather cushions were tossed around the floor, one resting beside …

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Jenny whirled on the boy in black, who was leaning against the parlor wall and watching in amusement.”What are you doing to him?” “In the Game you have to face your nightmares. This is just a free sample of Tom’s. No reason for the rest …

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Jenny felt as if a black riptide was trying to suck her underwater. It was him. The boy from the game store. Every detail of his face was reproduced perfectly, but it wasn’t a photograph. It was a drawing, like the snake and the wolf. …

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Executive Summary Huawei Technologies is the leading Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and services firm and it has consistently sustained an internationalisation drive – having achieved significant success in its domestic operations. In furtherance of its international expansion project, it sets out to identify new markets …

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God-the box, Jenny thought. Michael was the sort who would potter around the room reading your mail and opening your drawers in an absentminded way. Insatiably curious. She followed him.Her stomach knotted at the sight of it, pristine and rectangular and gleaming on her mother’s …

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She stopped. The boy was holding out the box to her. Jenny hesitated, nonplussed.”You can hold it if you want,” he said gently. “Okay,” Jenny said, embarrassed, her vehemence fading. She took the glossy box gingerly between her palms-and forgot everything else. It was cool …

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Jenny glanced back over her shoulder. They were still behind her, on the other side of the street but definitely following. They matched their pace to hers; when she slowed to pretend to look in a store window, they slowed, too.There were two of them, …

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Abstract Power distribution in modern states can come in many forms, from democracies designed to satisfy the entire population to dictatorships where civilians are repressed. The ideologies and theories behind methods of distribution are numerous and vary significantly. This essay will compare the theory of …

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Cassie arrived back at her house in a cold sweat. Her clothes had been splashed wet from her furious rowing; she’d wanted to get as far away from the caves as fast as she could. Now she was safe in her bedroom, but she was …

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Cassie looked around in confusion. Something strange was happening to all the members of the Circle.Adam was sneering oddly. His hands were balled into fists and he was grinding his teeth. There was sweat dripping from his forehead down the front of his face, but …

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It felt different from any magic Cassie had ever done before. The energy behind the words surged through her like it did when she had uttered the spell on the rooftop, but this was exponentially more powerful. It had the strength of the whole Circle …

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Scarlett sat at Cassie’s desk, poring over Black John’s Book of Shadows while Cassie and Adam worked on their laptops – but Cassie was really keeping an eye on Scarlett. She watched Scarlett’s eyes scan the book’s text line by line, occasionally jotting down notes …

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Abstract The doctrine of separate legal entity is a doctrine which has gained increasing importance in the analysis of company law. The importance of this doctrine and its relevance in the analysis of laws relating to companies is evident in the case of Salomon v …

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“What did Scarlett say to you last night?” Adam asked. He and Cassie were taking an early morning walk out on the bluff before the others woke up.”A lot.” Cassie stared off at the horizon as she spoke, imagining herself getting lost somewhere in that …

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“You can’t hide it from us any longer, Diana,” Melanie said. “It was pretty obvious when he risked his life to protect you.”The group was gathered around the coffee table in the secret room trying to figure out what had gone wrong in the woods, …

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From behind a stand of bulky trees came Max, his dad, and the two hunters who’d escaped from the rooftop – Jedediah and Louvera Felton. Each of them held a stone carved into the shape of the hunter symbol – the same relics they’d used …

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Adam and Cassie drove in nervous silence over the bridge toward the Mission House.Small talk felt too trivial, and there was nothing left to be said about the benefits and disadvantages of bringing Scarlett back to New Salem. Better to mutely admire the scenery. Cassie …

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Abstract A proposal for a PhD which draws upon the personal-relational equilibrium model designed by Kumashiro et al (2008) as a way of analyzing data to be collected from employees. Workers in the public and private sectors are compared in terms of their attitudes to …

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“If we don’t initiate Scarlett into the Circle,” Adam said, “we’ll be much weaker when we’re fighting the hunters.”The rain continued pouring down in sheets. Cassie watched it through the large bay window in Diana’s living room. It was better than staring down at the …

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Later that night, after the mourners had gone home, the Circle convened in Diana’s living room. They sat motionless, leaning on one another, staring into space as if waiting for something none of them could name. They listened to the sound of the driving rain …

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A warm breeze rustled the graveyard’s foliage as the Circle and Suzan’s father gathered for her burial. It was an impossibly sunny day, which only made Cassie feel guilty that she could enjoy it when Suzan couldn’t. Suzan had been such a lighthearted person, always …

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Arriving at the school, Adam and Cassie were unsure where to look first. The sky was dark as midnight, but there was enough security lighting to give them a decent view of the grounds. From the parking lot they scanned the empty bleachers and vacant …

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Abstract Research Aim: This aim of this study was to explore the role of innovation in the context of entrepreneurship. The main investigated areas were related to the key factors that affect the development of innovation. Furthermore, this research was focused on the exploration of …

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Once they were back at Cassie’s house, Adam and Cassie took a few minutes to sit down on the front porch swing and collect themselves. It was dark, and they both began to yawn now that their adrenaline had settled. Adam turned to Cassie and …

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“Cassie!” Adam screamed. “Your eyes. You have to stop!”Cassie heard Adam’s cries, but couldn’t register their meaning. All she could see was the image of Scarlett in front of her, dead. “You’re going to kill her!” Adam screamed, just before Cassie could speak the words …

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Using the driving directions she had found on Adam’s computer, Cassie arrived in Stockbridge just after sunset. The Mission House was hard to miss once she had crossed the bridge. It was an old gray house in terrible disrepair with crooked wooden shutters and moss …

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How could Adam be so stubborn? And so stupid? He didn’t stand a chance against Scarlett by himself. Cassie hurried out of Adam’s house in a panic and headed straight to Diana’s. Diana would know what to do.She banged on the glossy front door of …

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Introduction The definition nursing varies from one country to another. However, the international Council of Nurses defines nursing as a profession that covers autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all communities, families, ages, groups, sick or well in all settings (Carol & Dawn, 2011). …

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The next morning, guilt and shame were consuming Cassie from the inside out. It was only a kiss, but it shouldn’t have happened. How could she have let it happen? Before she even kicked off the covers and got out of bed she tried calling …

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That night Diana and Adam gathered salt water from the rising tide, while Cassie and the others prepared the secret room for a locator spell to find Scarlett. Suzan and Deborah set up candles on all four cardinal points: north, south, east, and west. Sean …

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Cassie was nodding off in eighth-period math to the drone of Mr. Zitofsky explaining the quadratic equation when she heard the unmistakable buzz of her phone vibrating in her bag. It was a text message from Diana:COME TO THE BAND ROOM. NOW. EMERGENCY MEETING. Cassie …

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Cassie arrived at the beach for the full moon ceremony just as Diana was drawing a circle in the sand with her pearl-handled knife. It was already five minutes to midnight, when the moon would be at its highest point, so she had to hurry.Diana …

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Introduction The context of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia presents a unique set of challenges to female academic employees, because of a modern conundrum stressing the importance of globalization and therefore an increased support for the place of the female in non-traditional work environments. Simultaneously …

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Normally Cassie would have called Adam before showing up at his house first thing in the morning, but she was too anxious to bother with that today. Adam answered his door wearing only striped pajama bottoms. He was surprised to see her, but he appeared …

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“I figured out a way to open my father’s book,” Cassie said to Adam, pulling the gunmetal chest out from under her bed and the key from its hidden compartment in her jewelry box.She had asked Adam to stay while the others accompanied Chris to …

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