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 A traffic jamKokaus

The bus was stoped and through the nervous rattling of motor the time are oozing out slowly.Through opened doors cold air's filling the salon ousting an impatient passengers. Red-yellow-green-yellow-red are without end on the brink of mind. And cars are rushing in the opposite direction..... >>>
language: English, tags: English essay composition
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 A plastic doll and a fabric made doll.Kokaus

I prefer hand made things to a plastic one. A creation. I make a dolls for my daughters by myself thinking about children. A plastic doll have made by soulless robot. It made for a money making. A material. Of course you can take a plastic things everywhere without fear to dirty it. Washing of a fabric doll is very ... >>>
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 A pencils of my childhood.Kokaus

When I was a kid, I used to draw all the time. One of the reason was one fact: my mum was a artist. Unfortunately the quality of pencils was not very good. I had to push a pencil strongly to have a bright color but without result. One fine day my Aunty have sent me a box of pencils. ... >>>
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 high demands at schoolEee_ma

Nowdays, schools make high demands to their students. They want to have the best results after final exams and enroll only the best teenagers. However sometimes their requirements are too big for students. Question is, is it good? What are the arguments for and against this idea? Firstly, we should think about advantages. High demands help students to get good ... >>>
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 version for tourism websitemarion_adam

Marion, your hand outstretched in Burgundy Guide-lecturer * since 2013, it is with enthusiasm that I propose to you to discover the many facets of Burgundy, a region with a rich heritage well preserved and culture today known worldwide. Naturally curious and attracted by the exchanges, it is with passion that I will guide you through Burgundy, between old stone, ... >>>
language: English, tags: English tourism burgundy
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 Christa Wolf: Ein geteiltes deutsches Leben in 1960syzhou96

Man kann mit Sicherheit sagen, dass die Literatur in der Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) viele mit Politik und Ideologie zu tun hat. Die Existenz der Hauptverwaltung Verlage und Buchhandel und andere Zensoren in dem Regime haben die Pressefreiheit engst beschrankt(Hueting). Um ein gutes Bild des Sozialismus zu präsentieren, wurde die DDR-Literatur mehr über die sozialistische Gleichheit sprechen(Costabile-Heming). Christa Wolf konzentrierte ... >>>
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