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Pakistan of Youth

Pakistan! my dear homeland, You do not need to worry, For one day you will stand, In the row of peace and glory. Though the present condition is bad, And corruption is prevailing everywhere, But you need not be sad, As we will spread joy everywhere. We, the youth, have the power, Power to prove our noble claim, We are the perfume of your flower, We will bring you everlasting fame. Then you will be proud, Of the progress you'll make, And by prosperity, you'll shroud, We will die for your sake!
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There Is Nothing More to Say…

Have you ever seen those problems that say show your work? Well of course you have it’s a common concept that teachers came up with and it works well for showing where a student is at on a certain topic. But sometimes you get those questions that are plain dumb such as, “please answer the following problem (2+1 for example) SHOW ALL YOUR WORK!” well thats where i get stuck and as funny as it sounds, i feel really stupid. I know the answer but how do i explain it well enough to get credit and then I think, “wait… i just say what i did”  so then i would…
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Tesco Strategic Analysis Report

Tesco is a leading multinational company specializing in general merchandise stores. As general merchandise, Tesco has various products such as Tesco Banking, Tesco Electronics, and Tesco Telecoms, to mention a few. However, for the sake of this paper the focus will be Tesco groceries. Tesco groceries are in the Supermarkets industries, which are known as the general stores. Each part of the report provides an answer to every question. This industry just like other industries is prone to macro economic factors, which affect the stores of the industries. The first one is the political factors, especially the regulations (Johnson 2006). Many of these multinational stores regarded as threat to the…
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Feedback on What Not to Wear

Morgan C. just exposed exactly what I have been feeling for the past few years at my school. The feeling that you are in the wrong thing because your shorts don’t go past the knee. The feeling that you are the one to blame when the school says you are wearing the wrong clothes. The feeling that the dress code is somehow your fault. “What Not to Wear,” published in the October issue of Teen Ink is an article about school dress codes. One of the reasons why I liked this piece is because I can relate. When I was in sixth grade, I made my mom buy me new…
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The Themes Portrayed in 2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey, by acclaimed science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, is a tale of human evolution as guided by a higher intelligence, making it a landmark in literary achievement. Rather than focusing on an isolated moment in history, 2001 spans the entire course of mankind’s development, from the most primitive cavemen to the final stages of evolution, with each period of evolution being represented by a different character or set of characters. These tiers of human achievement are interconnected by the presence of a mysterious stone structure known as “the monolith,” which heralds in each new level of existence for the human race. The themes that Clarke addresses…
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What my friends mean to me

Over the years I have gone through many changes. Some of those changes consist of physical (such as my height and appearance) and even personality changes. I have noticed that over the years I have become more outgoing and confident in myself, as well as secure in my skin. I have grown to like myself more and accept who I am, knowing that there is nobody else in the world like me. Seeing different qualities in people has helped to shape my personality in the sense that I am able to view qualities that I both like as well as dislike. Growing up is part of life, as well as…
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Indian Education System

To strengthen the Indian Education System, an educational policy was adopted by the Indian Parliament in 1968. Education was made an important and integral part of the national development efforts. After independence there has been an effort to spread education to all levels of Indian society. Statistics point to the fact that 99 per cent of children in age group 6-11 years have been enrolled in school. However, to bring the remaining into the ambit of universal primary education is proving difficult because some reside in inaccessible areas, there is a deep rooted prejudice against educating girls there are practical difficulties of distance and inaccessibility of schools. Moreover, the dropout…
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The Streets

In New York there were these two gangs that just couldn’t get along. One gang was a nice but don’t mess with gang that had a hard life growing up. They called themselves Bronx Bombers, they live in south Bronx. There were six crew members: JJ he is 22yrs old and he has always looked out for the crew, he always gave them rides and fought for them and with them, and he has a scar across his face. Then there is Derek he is 19yrs old he is the gamer, the brains, and a fighter, Killa AL he is 17 he is a lover and use to be a…
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My Letter to a Terrorist

You have raped, stolen, murdered, killed thousands, orphaned children; this letter is exclusively for you. Whatever you’ve done is, sure, a mighty achievement. But what are your amazing skills and extraordinary toil worth, if you have not made a single person smile? You have bombed great skyscrapers and cherished the destruction of those you despised. But did you also despise that innocent infant, clutching his mother’s dress, not knowing she’d never respond to his pleas? The ashes, shades of grey spotted with the red of broken people, surround you. How can you cruelly twist your mouth into a smile? Aren’t you letting your mouth and brain coldly betray your heart,…
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