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### Eng120 draft2

Course: ENGL 120, Spring 2008
School: CUNY Hunter
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Vilnits Rada English 120 Section 122 09/21/2007 Final Draft Three Words Looking at ourselves is truly the only way we can ever begin to understand or change anything or anyone in the world we live in. When it comes to describing myself, three words that immediately come to mind are, hardworking, reliable and artistic. In addition to describing myself with these words, people associate these words with me as well....

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