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    English 3, Sec. 30 Dr. P. Gilmore Essay #1, Final Copy December 10, 2007 Finding Meaning without Religion Does life have purpose and meaning? Articles that deal with this question often refer to religion, suggesting that God created humans and that o

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    Steve Shaffer Devine English 4W (11) 13 December 2007 The Modern Dutchman He's called an African-American. That is, unless he doesn't want to be called an African-American, in which case, he's called Black. Unless of course he doesn't want to be call

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