I Will Wait For You Essays

  • Wait ! Essay

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    with remorse. I open my mouth again, trying to scream for Katniss, this time a faint squeal releases into the air. I can here footsteps, pounding against the mud. She's coming, coming to save me. But that boy from district 1 already has a spear at the ready. Why did I scream? If I didn't scream, she would be safe now. But no, one of us will die, and I just hope It's not her. Suddenly, the bright sky turns black. The grass burns. My vision fades. My stomach churns. My hart pounds. I Only think of

  • i Love You Essay

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    Circle 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Have you played this sport before? YES or NO ID #:________________ Grade: 9 10 11 12 Have you attended another high school? YES or NO a. If YES, see ASB Advisor immediately. Have you ever had a change in parent, guardian, or care-giver since? YES or NO a. If YES, see ASB Advisor immediately. Are you living with someone different or at a different address than last year? YES or NO a. If YES, see ASB Advisor immediately. Have you moved residence in the last 12 months

  • You And i Essay

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    ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Kimberly Connie has an extra Bathrobe to help finish your Hotel! ------------------------------------------------- Kimberly Connie is building a new Hotel in CityVille. If you help, they'll get Bathrobe too! Here's to your growing cities! ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Tuesday at 5:36pm via CityVille · Like ·  · Get

  • a Day's Wait Essay

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    USING THE WORK OF INTERNAL AUDITORS Auditing standards define internal auditing as an appraisal activity established within an entity as a service to the entity. Its functions include: • Examining, • evaluating, and • monitoring the adequacy and effectiveness of the accounting and internal control systems. Relationship Between the Internal Audit Function and the External Auditor The external auditor’s primary concern is whether the financial statements are free from material misstatements

  • Wait For Me Essay

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    WAIT FOR ME It starts running away. Away from you and you are left behind. You do nothing but stand still and wonder what is happening. You are not running after it; you don’t know the reason why but deep inside of you there is something that is screaming –WAIT , WAIT FOR ME, TILL I BE THERE… Are you living in the moment or for the moment? Are you weak enough to let those little moments drive you or are you strong enough to live it up with those little moments and not ask for something big

  • I Love You Essay

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    Malaysia - Retail brand, Tesco Malaysia is leveraging on a mass personalization approach made possible via its Clubcard offering - a platform across which data on the buying trends of consumers are compiled and processed to meet specific needs. Customers who swipe the loyalty card earn points which are mailed to them on a quarterly basis as cash vouchers redeemable at Tesco stores.  The Clubcard helps the brand monitor the shopping patterns of at least 2.8 million Malaysian customers who frequently

  • the wait Essay

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    simply sit around and wait for the years to tick off and then suddenly wisdom has arrived. No, life is about trying things to see if they work and learning from the results. Gaining knowledge by constantly tinkering with the ropes, pulleys and doohickeys around them. Learning from success, defeats, common surroundings, and the brand new. Using this gathered info to compare and contrast future events. Sam Levenson put it best when he said “You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can't possibly live

  • Wait For The Brick Essay

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    of the car, grabbed the nearest kid and pushed him up against a parked car, shouting, "What was that all about and who are you? Just what the heck are you doing? That's a new car and that brick you threw is going to cost a lot of money. Why did you do it?" The young boy was apologetic. "Please mister ... please, I'm sorry... I didn't know what else to do," he pleaded. "I threw the brick because no one else would stop..." With tears dripping down his face and off his chin, the youth pointed

  • I Love You Essay

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  • I Love You Essay

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    some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson, or to help you to figure out who you are or who you want to become. You never know who those people may be- a roommate, a neighbor, a professor, a friend, a lover, but when you lock eye with them, you know at that very moment they will affect your life in some profound way. Sometimes things happen to you that may seem horrible, painful, and unfair at first but in reflection you find that without overcoming those obstacles, you would have never realized your

  • i Love You Essay

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    '  The answers they got were broader and deeper than anyone could have imagined  See what you think:    'When my grandmother got arthritis , she couldn't bend over and paint her toenails anymore. So my grandfather does it for her all the time , even when his hands got arthri tis too. That's love.'  Rebecca- age 8  'When someone loves you , the way they say your name is different.  You just know that your name is safe in their mouth..'  Billy - age 4  'Love is when a girl puts

  • i Love You Essay

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    Dhaka, Bangladesh Abstract Bangladesh is the largest deltaic floodplain in the world with a total area of 147570 km2 and population of 150 million people. Agriculture is the life force of her economy. The country has been You must Login to view the entire essay. If you are not a member yet, Sign Up for free! a food deficit area for long time and has about 8.2 million hectares of cultivated land with average cropping intensity of about 185 per cent. Soil is the most important natural resource

  • Wait, I Didn’t Think It Would Be This Difficult! Essay

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    Wait, I didn’t think it would be This Difficult! By Eric Ferguson Jr. This past weekend, students were shocked to see Dominique Washington at UL’s last basketball game. It has been four months since she has graduated but has not been as successful as she thought she would be after completing college! Dominique stands about 5’6, short hair, very clean looking with the body of a goddess from Shreveport, Louisiana. She has great communication skills as well as bulky vocabulary. But despite

  • I Love You Essay

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    Here I am in a cold, dark alley waiting for my chance to spring into action. Most people would be racking their brain trying to figure out why in the world are they here. No not me, I knew why I was here. I liked to call it my mission and it all started out with “Dear Q.” Dear Q, I re-read the sloppy slanted letter over and over again. I have seen my fair share of CSI, but never in my entire life had I thought I would actually need it. Since the murder of that billionaire’s wife my life has been

  • I Love You Essay

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    your entry. *If you were writing a beast fable and every member of your family, including yourself, and a few close friends were in the story, what beast would you assign to each family member and friend? Make a list of at least five people and include an explanation as to why that beast is the best choice. (Use personality and physical traits to justify your choices) Character Development: Of the characters from your journal, choose at least three that stand out to you or that you just find interesting

  • I Need You Essay

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    Last Name 1 Student Name Jennifer Graham English Composition 10 October 2008 The United States and Its Pollution When it comes to pollution in the 21st century, people are thinking mainly about air pollution. The reason for this is because global warming is a big concern on everyone’s minds. The truth is there are many different kinds of pollution that are affecting the United States, from its air to the ground that makes up the country. It is true that the air quality in

  • I Love You Essay

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    When I was in my Junior High School years, I dropped out because I had really low grades and I was super behind in all my classes. My family and I were migrants; my entire childhood was spent in the fields and I literally mean in the fields not just working up North. I would spend half of the school year working with my parents and sisters, so by the time I went back to school, I was behind and very lost in all my subjects. I would stay after school every single day until I catched up with every

  • Penelope's Wait Essay

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    Penelope’s Wait “Odysseus, you mustn’t leave! Is it truly worthwhile to wage war for an adulteress?” I, the queen of Ithaca, pleaded my husband not to leave. It was too late though. Understanding that it was by force, and not will that he was leaving, I calmed myself. I watched helplessly as the king’s ship and crew, along with a dozen others, sailed off into the seemingly-everlasting sea. Slowly, I paced back to the castle, hearing all sorts of whisperings about Penelope and Odysseus from common

  • You and I Essay

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    magalit.(I mamasahe ang binti ng babae) Matagal na kasi ako hindi nakakauwi dito mahal. *ngingiti na si Clary at babangon Clary: ito pala ang sinasabi mong paraiso. Kita mo pala ang mga bituin kahit araw na araw. Bert: oo nga. At ang sofa namin ay matigas lamang. *tatawa ang dalawa Clary: Bert….wala ka na bang damit maliban pa diyan? Bert:Ano naman ang masama sa suot ko, mahal kong Claring? Clary: (nagalit) Baket noong dumadalaw ka pa sa amin ang ayos ng iyong suot? And by the way haven’t I told

  • I Love You Essay

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    Maybank Overseas Scholarship Award 2012 Instructions to Applicants 1. The application form is to be completed in English. 2. Before completing this form, please ensure that you have Macros enabled. MS Office 2003 version Tools > Macro > Security Select Medium/Low security level MS Office 2007 version Word Options > Trust Centre > Trust Centre Settings > Macro Settings 3. Applicants must attach the following documents as part of their application: • Recent photo • Identification

  • I Love You Essay

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    Crying you run into the bathroom, slamming the door shut. You slide down against the door and silently sob. You can hear a knock on the door, ? Are you alright? I'm sorry. Please come out? I really am so sorry." you can hear Louis lean against the door from the other side. Instead of answering you just keep crying. This day couldn't get any worse. Some fan cussed you out on the street today for dating Louis. When you got to his flat, he sprayed you with ice cold water as soon as you walked through

  • "Lying" in Wait Essay

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    hurt” or “nobody will find out,” 10) telling someone what they want to hear, instead of the truth, to make yourself look like a better person, 3 We might even make ourselves feel better, by lying to ourselves about the lie. “Well, I had to lie to her. If I had told her the truth, it would have hurt her feelings.” Then, the speaker can feel justified telling himself that he has performed a good deed. This is nonsense. The speaker wasn’t kind. He just was too much of a coward to tell the

  • Why Wait Essay

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    keep promises. Along with giving meaning, people can also enrich their lives as well. I have not only given meaning to my close family but also (hopefully) enriched friends and strangers lives. Through conversations over coffee to donations at the store, I have helped to give to peoples lives that much more. It's like changing a roadside find to a living room center piece with some spray paint. Many people wait until something has died to find meaning. They usually foul off straight down the first

  • I Like You Essay

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    Siwan. He felt his heart palpitated at an unexplainable rate, and he was sure the person in his arms felt it too. “Siwan-hyung” he whispered. “Hmm?” the visual replied, his eyes closed. “I like you…” ------------------------------------------------- Siwan buried his face deeper into Heechul’s neck. “I like you too, Chullie…”

  • I Luv You Essay

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  • I Hear You Essay

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    In my observation I noticed how much society can differ from region to region within the US. In the last two years I have lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, New Mexixo, and now North Dakota. Origiannly I am from Las Vegas and feel like I felt in there, not like New Mecico and Norht Dakota. I went to Hockey Game here in Norht Dakota and observed the peole around me. I noticed the majority of peole here are white with blonde or light hair and blue eyes. In contast, I just moved from New Mexixo and

  • Statistical Wait Times Essay

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    Business Research Methods The wait times of an emergency room can make the difference in a life or death situation, however, most patients who visit an emergency are not facing life or death situations and faced with a backlog of patients and understaffed emergency rooms. The location of the hospital can greatly affect the wait times, locations in the suburbs may see lower wait times as opposed to inner-city locations who have a greater concentration of people and more crime. The staffing of

  • Analysis of Audrey, Wait!

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    29. Critical Book Review “Astonishing! Amazing! Absolutely must be read! Like fellow critics I must agree Robin Benway’s Audrey, Wait! is truly a great read. Benway is able to put music and libel in one – both things teens these days just eat up! The book begins with protagonist Audrey Cuttler – the Music God’s very own daughter (not really). Cuttler is described as a blond babe whose life is nothing but the music – the clothes, the attitude, even the boyfriend. However, when Audrey breaks up

  • I Miss You Essay

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    A word takes u or brings u who said I was ever ganna leave u. Come bck and don’t believe everything you hear about me. I will never let your heart get away from me. Tell me where I could find someone like u . Cuz u mii love will always stay mii love . I lived days dreaming about you . Im always bargaining with god just to get the type of relationship I want with you. I always tell god to keep us better each day nd make it last forever. If u could feel mii heart please strongly understand that’s its

  • It Can Wait Essay

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    Austin Hickman Mrs. Foster English 11 honors 28 March 2013 It Can Wait Texting while driving is quickly becoming a risk to people’s lives across the country. Technology is moving faster than we can keep track of. With growth of technology comes a new trend such as texting, e-mailing, or checking Facebook and Twitter on personal mobile devices. Many driving related deaths and injuries are the result of using these devices while driving. Many states are adopting new laws to help fight against

  • You and I Essay

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    SAMPLE ANSWER TRIAL SPM (KEDAH 2009)~ ismieda@gmail.com~SECTION A : DIRECTED WRITINGTo : Mr. Principal, Tn. Hj. Md. Nayan bin OthmanBeach Cleaning ProjectIn conjunction with ‘Environment Week’, the Environment Club of SekolahMenengah Kebangsaan Ayer Hangat had conducted beach cleaning programme on18 th of August recently. This programme was conducted in Pantai Chenang as it isthe most famous tourist spot in Langkawi.This programme was an annual grand event of Environment Club whichsought to achieve

  • I Love You Essay

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    Discussion In the first exercise, where it was the effect of the concentration of the enzyme catalase observed, there is a definite trend in the results. As the concentration of catalase increased, the time taken for oxygen bubbles to reach 5cm and 10cm marks decreased. Because of this direct correlation, we can say that the concentration of enzyme is in direct proportion to the rate of reaction. This is because of a simple theory, whereby the higher the concentration of a substance

  • I told you I knew Essay

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    her gold locks of hair turn brown from the pain and aggravation she was getting with the urge of the child coming. “Ugh! Alfred, drive faster I can’t take this pain any longer!” Tanya yelled while trying to keep her cool knowing that this would be the third and final time she planned on going through the same pain. “Sweetie, just take deep breaths, you know how to handle this. Besides we’re almost there, so within a couple more minutes you’ll be a happy mother of three children,” Alfred tried extremely

  • I Love You Essay

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    examinations ensure that deceases can be found ealier and therefore can be treated in a timely fasion. Last but not least, people should care more about their own health and should realise the importance of excercises to their health. Every morning you could see people doing sports outside. More and more people should realize the saying "Life is locomotion". Regular sports build up a strong body. Sports like hiking, jogging, and swimming can all benifit our health. Naturally, people with stronger

  • Life Doesn't Wait Essay

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    Robert Stafford 10/29/13 English 120 Life Doesn't Wait A very important part of work, school, or any other part of modern society is getting what we need to do down on time. This is why we have deadlines and different types of schedules exist in our society in order to organize our lives and help make sure that we get important things down. The more organization and control that we have over our life the more productive we can be, but if we wait and put certain task or jobs off the harder it is

  • The Long Wait Essay

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    11/5/2013 DRE 098 The Long Wait The Long Wait is about two people claiming the same biblical land two decades ago in the Middle East. There is a word that has been taken away with no privilege to use and that is Oslo. But, this word Oslo brought about everything that the Middle East did not want to provide, which is hope, trust, and compromise. Israelis and Palestinians have rarely ever spoken peace to one another because of the reason they both were trying to claim the same land. One day they

  • True Love Waits Essay

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    TRUE LOVE WAITS In our True Love Waits seminar, there are many lessons I have learned wherein some I need to avoid and some I need to follow by heart. The seminar aims to teach teenagers or young people like us to wait for the right time and that there is always a right time for everything like courtship and marriage. We all know that by the power of love itself that, sometimes, there is nothing we can do. We can only hope and wait in silence. Understanding and waiting is a sign of maturity.

  • I Love You Essay

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  • I Love You Essay

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    In 1983, I was traveling with a tiny theater company doing vaudeville-type shows in 
community centers and bars—anywhere we could earn $25 each plus enough gas money to get to the next small town in our ramshackle yellow bus. As we passed through Bozeman, Montana, in early February, a heavy snow slowed us down. The radio crackled warnings about black ice and poor visibility, so we opted to impose on friends who were doing a production of Fiddler on the Roof at Montana State University. See a show

  • A Day's Wait - Analysis

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    In The short story “A Days Wait” by Ernest Hemingway we get to know a father and his nine-year-old son, who gets ill with influenza. The son spends a whole day thinking of his death, which is a result of a small but significant misunderstanding. This misunderstanding occurs when a doctor comes to their home to diagnose the boy and tells that the boy’s temperature is one hundred and two. Subsequently, the doctor and the father go downstairs, and the doctor tells the father that there is nothing to

  • I Find You! Essay

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    I Find You! Team # 14657 February 13, 2012 1 Contents 1 2 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Analysis of the problem 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 8 12 12 14 15 17 17 17 18 18 Problem review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Other assumptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Statistics correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • I-It, I-You, and I-Thou Relationships Essay

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    interact with other individuals: I-It Relationships, I-You Relationships, and I-Thou Relationships. The I-It Relationship involves treating others almost like objects. It is a very superficial and basic way of interacting with other parties. Their personalities, needs, emotions -among other individual traits- are disregarded due to lack of familiarity. Most relationships start as I-It Relationships and develop from there. I deal with I-It Relationships when I am at work. I am a sales associate at a high

  • Just Wait. Essay

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    Just Wait Jessica Erby Advanced Composition DeVry University Professor Onega Just Wait High school is supposed to be the highlight of a teen’s life before entering adulthood. The time of your life when you’re figuring out who you are and how you want to spend the rest of your life and even for some they find the love of their life in their high school years. It’s the golden years everyone holds so dear to their heart. Well almost everyone. One day a group of high school cheerleaders were

  • Worth the Wait Essay

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    the mirror. I wanted to look my very best, blemish free. There I sat in the front seat of my parents’ Volkswagen Jetta full of butterflies, my hands bleak and clammy as I tried to squeeze the last of mint flavored lip gloss onto my lips. At every stop light I pulled down my mirror to make sure I looked the best I could, as if something changed on my face since the last stop light. When I finally reached the restaurant called “Love Sushi”, I checked my nervous face once more before I stepped out

  • Because I Could Not Wait for Death Essay

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    Dickinson’s time there was a high mortality rate among the younger generation, death was just a familiar part of her life. Her poem, in about 1863, “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” addresses the religious teachings and daily events of Dickinson’s younger days, and the need to reflect upon her own demise. The poem starts off with “Because I could not stop for Death He kindly stopped for me” (Dickinson, 2013, Line 1-2). These two lines give us the image and idea that reminds us that we have no

  • I Remember You Essay

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    Chapter 9: I remember you After the boy crawled off the bed and ran, the nurses came in to check on you. They saw your heart rate was going faster than normal rate. Your face was red and burning up. “(f/n)! Are you okay? You must have a fever. What did that “friend” do to you?” The nurses were saying to you. You nodded. “I don’t have a fever.” They left you alone, but returned when it was meal time. They were serving slimy chicken legs with hard-as- hell rice. They were also serving soggy broccoli

  • While the Auto Waits Essay

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    Samantha Warrington English Comp. 2 Ashlyn Dugan 12, March 2015 While the Auto Waits The short play While the Auto Waits is consumed with irony. The girl, whose name is unknown until the end, is full of self deception and yearns for the life of upper class luxuries. The young man, Mr. Parkenstacker remains calm and full of calculation as he hides his true identity from the girl. During their conversation both characters are hiding their identity from each other by pretending

  • I Love You Essay

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    Be careful what you wish for. Teacher: C. Larmon Written and Directed by: The Grade 12 Drama Majors of St. Thomas Aquinas’ Regional Arts Program Edited by: Megan Apa, Elizabeth Coote, Devon Madden, Brittney Thames, Emily Valdellon Characters JAMIE she is a very average girl, she is not good or bad enough to be noticed by anyone but her two friends. She feels that a life of glamour is the only thing that could possibly make her happy. A boyfriend and a following is all that she wants

  • The Wait of a Lifetime Essay

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    Sandra Bergh Mrs. Penrod Essay Writing 04/06/14 The Wait of a Lifetime A salty mist was lifted from the top of the ocean and thrown onto the rocks near the shore. The sun made a half circle over the edge of the water, which to my surprise was clean and clear. A seagull flew over the glassy finish, dropping remains of some stolen treasure, sending an eruption of small circles out in every direction. Sailboats were tied to the dock, swaying in almost perfect unison. Their white sails were stained

  • The Wait Essay

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    The Wait We all know the feeling. That feeling of excitement because what you have been waiting for has finally arrived. Usually you wait for what seems like forever just to experience what you have been waiting for. You have to save money all year to go on that annual vacation to the beach, or the trip to the mountains. Either way, it seems like work is too long and play or relaxation is too short. Even on the average week, five out of seven days you are at work. One hundred twenty hours