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The East Film

The East - Living closely with the intensely committed members of The East, Sarah finds herself torn between her two worlds as she starts to connect with anarchist Benji (Alexander Skarsgård) and the rest of the collective, and awakens to the moral contradictions of her personal life

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Occamy

The Occamy is a plumed, two-legged serpentine-bodied creature with wings that may reach up to fifteen feet in height. The Occamy is extremely aggressive to anyone who approaches it, and lives off of rats, birds, and occasionally monkeys. It is extremely protective of its eggs, which are made of the most pure and soft silver. It is found in the Far East and India. The Occamy is known to be choranaptyxic, meaning it grows or shrinks in order to fit available space.

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Language: French Setting: Canada & Middle East (presumeaboly Lebanon) A brother and sister set about unraveling the mystery of their estranged mother's past after her death, taking them to the war torn Middle East. This is an emotional movie that packs a hard punch. Staff Pick: Mary Ellen G, Cheryl B

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Rent (2005)

Rent - This is the film version of the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning musical about Bohemians in the East Village of New York City struggling with life, love and AIDS, and the impacts they have on America.

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Wendy Witches of the East End Green Rhinestone Pendant Necklace

Witchcrafts Artisan Alchemy - WENDY Witches of the East End Green Rhinestone Pendant Necklace, $23.95 (http://www.witchcraftsartisanalchemy.com/wendy-witches-of-the-east-end-green-rhinestone-pendant-necklace/)

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"In this curriculum students examine the questions: What is a revolution? Why do revolutions occur? Why do revolutions succeed or fail? How do the outcomes of revolutions vary? Within each revolution we will also analyze social and ethnic structures or hierarchies. These lessons were designed to enhance a curriculum on the Age of Revolution, focused on the American, French, and Haitian Revolutions, by featuring the work of contemporary artists Allison Smith and Kehinde Wiley, and graphic…

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The West Wing ~ Donna Moss, doing things.

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from Places In The Home

Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark Interiors

Dramatic, commanding, intimate.  Dark interiors are coming out of the shadows and into the trend spotlight. Turner Classic Movies Although black is not the

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