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  • DAD HAD already gone when Bobby got up. This disappointed Bobby a little but then he remembered—this was the big day. Naturally Dad would get over to the project early. And at four o'clock— Bobby shivered deliciously at the thought of it.

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  • I knew I had to look for new ways to guide my children's education. As a mother as well as an accountant, I have been concerned by the lack of financial education our children receive in school. Many of today's youth have credit cards before they leave high school, yet they have never had a course in money or how to invest it, let alone understand how compound interest works on credit cards. Simply put, without financial literacy and the knowledge of how money works, they are not prepared to face the world that awaits them, a world in which spending is emphasized over savings....

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  • A year ago my life was shattered. I was exhausted. My dad had died out of a sudden and my relationships were chaotic. I didn’t suspect then that out of the darkest sadness was about to appear the most precious gift. I could see a big Secret. I followed it throughout history. The secret had been buried. The secret had been wanted. The secret had been forbidden. I couldn’t believe who were those who knew it. They were the greatest men in history.

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  • I first met Warrick Dunn in January 1997 at the National Scouting Combine. I was beginning my second year as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Warrick had just completed his senior year at Florida State University. Each team is allotted fi fteen minutes to speak to the draft-eligible college football players. I came away from that meeting, as brief as it was, highly impressed. Without saying a lot, Warrick demonstrated to me that he was a special person. He was never boastful, but he told me in a matter- of- fact tone that he was what the Buccaneers needed. He was right.

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  • Ronnie couldn't remember the exact month he started having his nightmares only that it was after the killing began and before his Dad had gone to war. Nights blurred into days, days into nights and sleep deprivation had muddled his find. Fuddled his mind. Damn, he couldn't think straight anymore. He lay down in his bed, staring at the ceiling, like a corpse with its eyes wide open. He wondered if this was how Clifford Montgomery had looked underneath the lid at his funeral service. His mother had told him not to go but he had snuck in anyway,...

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  • Thomas and Ruddy were a pair of ambitious ten year olds who lived on the same block in Charlotte, North Carolina. Pining for some spending money, they approached their dads with a scheme: Rent us your lawnmowers so we can start a mowing business. A deal was struck and off they went. By August of that hot summer the boys had a dozen accounts apiece—lawns belonging to almost all of the neighbors they knew, most of the lawns within four square blocks, and certainly all of the lawns two ten-year-old boys could handle....

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  • Brian: I have been living here for 2 years and I have been studying for 1 year. Linda: And how long has your father been here? Brian: Dad has been working for 15 years in London and he has been married to his new wife for 13 years! Oh look, the new vase just broke. The dog hit it. Linda: You have a dog! Brian: Have you ever had a dog? Linda: I have never had a dog, but I had a cat for 5 years ! Brian: Tssss... I have not had the vase long. I just bought...

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  • You probably didn't know that Scot and Monalisa did a love-scene together, did you? It was over fifty years ago, when they were both teen heart-throbs, and they were co-stars in a genuinely terrible straight-to-net film called No Hope, about a pair of clean cut youngsters who fall in love despite their class differences. It was a real weeper, and the supporting appearances in roles as dad, mum, best mate, priest, teacher, etc, were so forgettable that they could probably be used as treatment for erasing traumatic memories.

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  • I tried to find the words. We all do it, I wanted to say. You do it, I wanted to say. I had to do it, I wanted to say. But what came out, when I opened my mouth, was nothing. Dad's hands tightened on my arms and for a moment, I was sure he was going to beat the hell out of me, really beat me, like you saw some of the others dads do on the estate. But then he let go of me and turned round and stormed out the flat. Mum stood in the door to my room, sagging hard against...

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  • The guidance of Lawrence Haddad and Sudhir Wanmali in providing an enabling research environment deserves special recognition. We thank John Pender, the IFPRI internal reviewer, and two anonymous external reviewers for their critical but very constructive comments, which helped us significantly improve the analysis in and presentation of the report.

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  • DURING THE SUMMER of 1973, with Watergate unfolding and Willie Mays redefining the phrase “stick a fork in him,” my father was wavering between a new motorcyle and a single season ticket for the Celtics. The IRS had just given him a significant income tax refund of either $200 (the figure Dad remembers) or $600 (the figure my mother remembers). They both agree on one thing: Mom threatened to leave him if he bought the motorcycle.

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  • Before I knew it, Thanksgiving had turned into a monster . . .Thanksgiving was supposed to be easy for Dad and Tyler and me—spending the day in our pajamas and eating pizza—but I wondered what it would be like to try something else this year. Maybe I’d fix Thanksgiving—and my messy family, too. I couldn’t help it. I started making lists . . .

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  • I went through the gateway, towing my equipment in a contragravity hamper over my head. As usual, I was wondering what it would take, short of a revolution, to get the city of Port Sandor as clean and tidy and well lighted as the spaceport area. I knew Dad's editorials and my sarcastic news stories wouldn't do it. We'd been trying long enough. The two girls in bikinis in front of me pushed on, still gabbling about the fight one of them had had with her boy friend, and I closed up behind the half dozen monster-hunters in long trousers, ankle boots and short boat-jackets, with big knives...

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  • Ebook Kids excel unit 3 reader content and I have: Kids My name is Mark Deeds, and I have a fun job I visit with kids who excel at what they do. When you excel at something, you are good at it. The kids I visit all excel at different things Some of them excel at sports like running or jumping Some of them excel at math Some of them excel at skipping rocks or standing on their hands All of them are good at something I visit with the kids I chat with them I ask them how they got started doing what they do and how they got good at it Sometimes.

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