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Feminism, Bad Feminism, Choice, and Submission

I am a feminist. I am a submissive. This is my choice. There is no conflict between the two for me. However, my submission is not an act of a feminist because I simply choose submission. 1,797 more words

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Schicksal and the Purple Fig

I began a journey nearly six years ago that would see me change so much that I barely recognised myself anymore. To write this memoir about my parents’ lives in Europe spanning forty years, ensured I delved firmly into the unknown. 381 more words

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Top Tips for History Souces

1. Look at a source’s reliability

2. Consider when and where the source is from

3. Take into account who wrote or published the source… 94 more words

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X Company The Series

With so many science fiction dramas out there. This drama I really love!

It is about Camp X in the east side of the out shores of Ontario where espionage training occurred there. 727 more words

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Some Facts You Might Want To Know About The Eiffel Tower in Paris

The Eiffel Tower is a globally recognised, iconic piece of architecture, and has become a symbol of love. Google is presently celebrating the Eiffel Tower., so there are a few thing you might want to know about it. 262 more words

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Anzac Day 2015

-In New Zealand, in 2015. We should no longer continue to commemorate Anzac Day-

I disagree with this statement because thousands of Anzac soldiers who fought in the war lost their lives or their friends during Galipoli and the First World War trying to secure and take control of the Dardenels. 131 more words

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Maryland

By History.com

1634

The first colonists to Maryland arrive at St. Clement’s Island on Maryland’s western shore and found the settlement of St. Mary’s.

In 1632, King Charles I of England granted a charter to George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore, yielding him proprietary rights to a region east of the Potomac River in exchange for a share of the income derived from the land. 199 more words

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