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Snyder: And you! Are we having a chair shortage?
Willow: I didn’t read anything about… Oh. (slides off of Oz’s lap and into her chair) I get it.
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WILLIAMSON – My one question that no one will answer.
LEADS: SHADICK – Abortion vote; YORK – BO’S foggy religion; STRASSEL – Carly’s card; SONNENFELD – CEO Fiorino; MURRAY – Problems with kids; STEPHENS – Brit’s omen; SEITZ – Cooked intel. 3,521 more words
David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder’s exploration of disability as it appears in and is used by literary narrative and form seeks to explain the notion of narrative prosthesis: namely, “that disability has been used throughout history as a crutch upon which literary narratives lean for their representational power, disruptive potency, and analytical insight” (224). 779 more words
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K-STATE HITS THE ROAD, BATTLES UTSA IN ALAMODOME
Coming off a 34-0 shutout win over South Dakota in the season opener, Kansas State will hit the road for the first time this season on Saturday as the Wildcats take on UTSA in San Antonio’s Alamodome in a nationally-televised morning matchup. 3,119 more words