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you are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others. you have a maternal instinct, with a need to protect and take care of others.  you also have a need for this caring to be reciprocated as you do tend to neglect yourself. you have an optimistic and positive outlook on life, you see the good in everyone. reserved, calm and non-violent you may give the impression of shyness. you have a naivety, sweetness and beauty about you which can become girlish and immature in some. learn to love yourself, then love and acceptance will be returned to you multiplied. your deepest need is to be accepted and loved unconditionally.

Harley Samaha | nineteen | human | Taken | Gigi Hadid

"We all run from failure and we all take the blame."

The Samaha family had been in America for a long time when Harley was born but it had not lessened their families dedication to their beliefs. Unlike most Palestinian families they were not devoted to Islam, in fact their practice was against what the teachings of Islam taught for the most part. There were a few things they agreed with but it would always be impossible to practice their magic while dedicating themselves to Islam. This was why it was rare anyone in their family dressed like most expected them to, most excused this in Harley’s case because her father was white but it was evidenced by Harley and her sister’s having their mother’s last name that he was not the one in charge of the home.

Harley grew up in Tennessee on a farm. It was not a traditional farm in that it didn’t actually used the expansive property to make money but merely had a few animals to keep the house running without much need to go into town. The money the family made was from a chain of stables owned by their father that housed and cared for horses, taught lessons and sold them off on occasion. Harley loved growing up in this area, her father taking her horse riding often and learning how to put together a fence and care for animals.

However her mother was strict on all the girls even when they were younger that they had to study the Quran and their own grimoire. Each did, for hours every afternoon before even doing their homework for school. Their mother insisted that they would all grow up to be true witches and that their power would be able to bring life back into their coven that had left only her, weak without the rest of her family that practiced.

As each of her sisters developed their powers Harley was left behind, each time she tried even the most simple of spells Harley could not cast a single thing. None of her family taunted her but her mother’s disappointment was obvious and her praise for her sisters was strong. This was when Harley started to steal. At first it was only little things, one of her sisters books she would insist she didn’t have. Eventually it got worse, taking jewelry or clothing from stores. No matter what Harley tried to do she couldn’t stop, compelled to do these things. Her mother’s only understanding of this was that she was being followed by a jinn punishing. This had to be the only reason she would act out and in her mothers mind would be the reason she did not have her powers. Each time she caught Harley stealing she would hit her over the knuckles with a stick until Harley bled. This disciplining didn’t work, it only made Harley more insecure about her place in the family. Her father tried to stop her a few times but it had been clear to the girls for a while that he had never really been in control of his mind, their mother had.

Harley lived with this until she was eighteen. She knew she was finally allowed to leave and High School was over. There was nothing she could offer her family but when she told them she was going to be leaving they made such a fuss over it Harley grew angry. They didn’t have a right to be upset when for years they had left her out of everything. She had studied their families practices just as often as they had yet she’d been ignored whenever she wasn’t being punished. Harley stayed a while, plotting what she wanted to do. Just over a week after her announcement the room where the grimoire was kept lit on fire, Harley had started it, taken the book and replaced it with another. Jinn creatures of fire living in the world alongside their own her mother believed they had done this as punishment for allowing Harley to read it’s pages, she was immediately cast out of the home which was what she wanted.

Harley knew exactly where she was going. While her sisters had left her out of their practices she searched for somewhere she could become like them, someway she could fit in. She discovered Sumner in the recesses of the internet and bought a bus ticket there when the time was right. She had enough savings to get a place in The Phleg, not exactly the best neighbourhood but the small apartment she got was better than nothing. Immediately she looked for work and found a restaurant, Erzebet’s, looking for bartenders and she didn’t think it could be too hard, she knew how to make whatever her dad wanted. Instead she ended up getting another job. Abstaining from drugs and alcohol worked in her favour and Harley was able to make a pretty penny from selling her blood to wealthy vampires.

Since she started out Harley has started taking simple courses she is able to at the Academy, working her arse off at Erzebet’s trying to make sure her crazy boss doesn’t fire her but most of all searching for a witch or some other being who will be able to bring out the witch that she was meant to be. Unfortunately she hasn’t stopped with her kleptomania and has been picked up by the sheriffs department twice now for stealing from boutique stores. Harley is convinced once she is a witch all of that drama will go away and she’ll be able to be who she was meant to be.

+ polite, adaptive, well meaning
- insecure, secretive, determined

U.S. v. Armstrong Case Study

U.S. v. Armstrong Case Study

U.S. v. Armstrong Case Study

Project description
Assignment: Case Study
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Samaha: Chapters 1–2
Samaha, J. (2012). Criminal Procedure. 8th Ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. ISBN: 9780495913351
Introduction
Identify the ethical issue in the article chosen
Explain if any legal issues are apparent
Describe how the ethical issues affect…

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@kafadergisi haziran sayısı gene mükemmel diyemiyorum. 37 canın… #kafadergisi #sivaskatliamı #2temmuz #madımak unutmak istesek de nasıl unutulabilirki #unutmadık @nihatsdr @sunay.akin #grupyorum

Yumrukluyorum duvarları,yumrukluyorum kara gecenin bedenini
Ellerim kan içinde,nehirler taşmış yanaklarımda 
37 can, 37 gül çatlamış susuzluktan sivasın içinde
Nasıl uyku tutar gözlerimi
Döne döne samaha duranlar tutuştu önce
Sonra türküler sonra da şiir çığlıksız düştü türkülerin 
yanı başına
Sivas Sivas yiğitlik midir emanet cana kıymak
Yiğitlik midir bir tutam ışığı kör bıçakla güneşten koparıp 
karanlığa kuban etmek
Söyle hangi kitapta vardır elleri kolları bağlıyı yakmak
Var mıdır kardelen akınında bir avuç inciyi ateşte tutmak 
loov
Böyle garip düştüğüme bakma, böyle mahsun durduğuma
Varsın ateşim suskunlukla beslensin
Benimde yüreğim gençliğini almış yanına yürür başı dik
Senin de dağların var Sivas senin de dağların

Dağlarında Şahanların!


Gün tutuşur canım gece tutuşur 
Yangınlarda tutsak canlar tutuşur 

Gülüm toprak olur yele karışır
Yürür gelir canlar yollar tutuşur

Sivas ellerinde sazım tutuşur
Söz tutuşur canım türkü tutuşur

Teller bizi söyler diller yarışır
Özgürlüğü yazan kalem tutuşur

Canlar can olurda eller tutuşur
Dost evinde canım sevda tutuşur

Pir Sultanlar ölmez binler yetişir
Akar gelir canlar tarih tutuşur

Delta Dental Raised $58,000 for Special Olympics

PARSIPPANY — Delta Dental of New Jersey has raised nearly $58,000 at its 25th Annual Golf Classic benefiting Special Olympics New Jersey (SONJ). The event was held at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman.

SONJ golf coach Bob Benjamin; SONJ athlete Derrell Phinney; SONJ athlete Paul Butera; SONJ Director of Corporate Sponsorships Beth Conover; DDNJ President/CEO Dennis Wilson; SONJ special friend Pete Samahas

To date, the Delta Dental Golf Classic has raised more than $1 million for SONJ. In addition to celebrating the ongoing partnership between the two organizations, this year’s milestone event also honored the memory of Diane Belle, who managed the Golf Classic for 24 years.

This is a major event and high point each year for Delta Dental of New Jersey. Golfers, sponsors, and volunteers all take part in making the Golf Classic a success, allowing thousands of Special Olympics Athletes to participate in individual and team sports. Funds were raised by sponsors, Delta Dental’s management team, golfers, and raffles.

“Delta Dental of New Jersey is a longtime supporter of Special Olympics New Jersey, and a Premier Sponsor. The Golf Classic is not only an event that greatly benefits our athletes, but one that members of our organization really enjoy,” said Diane M. Paraskevas, Senior Director of Corporate Development, SONJ.

DDNJ President/CEO Dennis Wilson says a few words to honor the memory of former colleague, Diane Belle, who managed the Golf Classic for 24 years

Dennis Wilson, President and CEO of Delta Dental of New Jersey added, “This year we celebrated the thriving 25-year partnership Delta Dental of New Jersey has with Special Olympics New Jersey, and we honored the memory of our friend and colleague, Diane Belle. I think Diane would be very proud of what we accomplished at this year’s event – raising $58,000, which will support and allow thousands of athletes to participate in sports training and competitions year round.”

Delta Dental of New Jersey’s affiliation with Special Olympics began in 1990. Since that time, the company has gone from being a Bronze Sponsor to a Premier Sponsor.

Special Olympics New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that provides sports training and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities. To learn more about SONJ and how to get involved, or to make a donation, contact Heather Andersen at (609) 896-8000 or HBA@sonj.org.

About Special Olympics New Jersey
Special Olympics New Jersey provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in 24 Olympic-type sports for more than 24,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, completely free of charge, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. Visit www.sonj.org for more information.

About Delta Dental
Delta Dental of New Jersey is New Jersey’s leading dental benefits company, providing or administering coverage to more than 1.5 million people through contracts with groups in New Jersey and Connecticut. In Connecticut, Delta Dental Insurance Company writes dental coverage on an insured basis and Delta Dental of New Jersey administers self-funded dental benefit programs. For more information, visit www.deltadentalnj.com.

David Islinger, Jackson Lewis, P.C.; DDNJ Senior Account Executive, Sales & Marketing, Allan Berkin; DDNJ President/CEO Dennis Wilson; Stew McClure, SONJ Board Member and Lakeland Bank

Photo credit: Hector Vilches, impressm.com

Delta Dental Raised $58,000 for Special Olympics was originally published on Parsippany Focus

KURALLAR

Elswood öğrencileri din, dil, ırk ayırmadan kabul eden bir kamp. Zorbalığa asla müsamaha edilmez.

Ormana giriş yasak değil, fakat belli bir noktadan sonra, yürümeye devam etmek istemezsiniz.

Herhangi bir elektronik cihazın güvenliğini ihlal etmeye teşebbüs etmeyin.

Uyuşturucu, alkol, ve ilaç öteberileri yasaktır.

Reçeteli ilaçlar yasaktır. Alınması gereken herhangi bir reçete, sağlık bölümünden tatbik edilmelidir.

Her türlü silah yasaktır.

Vandalizm yasaktır.

Başkaldırışa müsamaha edilmez.

BU KURALLARA SADAKAT GÖSTERİLMEMESİ BÜYÜK BİR İHLALDİR VE GEREĞİNCE CEZALANDIRILACAKTIR.

SINIFLAR

Her öğrenci dört tane 45 dakikalık ana ders seçmeli veya bu ana dersleri failine mahsus bir seçmeli dersle değiştirmelidir.

Her öğrencinin sağlıklı yaşam stillerini desteklemek amacıyla Beden Eğitimi dersi alması zorunludur. Physical Education will replace 30 minutes of skills classes two days out of the week.

Her öğrenci aynı zamanda öğle yemeği için yemek salonunda toplanacak.

Yetenek sınıfları günün sonunda meydana gelir ve normal bir dersin iki katı uzunluğunda olur.

ANA DERSLER

- İngilizce

- Edebi Analiz ve Kompozisyon

- Amerikan Edebiyatı

- İngiliz & Dünya Edebiyatı

- Ön Cebir

- Cebir  I & II

- Geometri

- Ön Matematik / Trigonometri

- Dünya Tarihi

- Dünya Kültürleri
- Güncel Dünya Olayları
- Küresel Ekonomi

- Dünya Bilimi
- Biyoloji
- Kimya
- Fizik

YETENEK SINIFLARI

- Communication: From Astral to Zoological
- Şekil Değiştirmek
- İleri Şekil Değiştirmek
- Daha İyi, Daha Hızlı, ve Daha Güçlü Dönüşüm

- Zihin Manipülasyonu
- İleri Zihin Manipülasyonu
- Zihin Oyunları
- Dört Elemente Hükmetmek

DİĞER SEÇMELİ DERSLER

- İspanyolca
- Fransızca
- Almanca
- Latince
- Portekizce
- Çince
- Japonca
- Korece

- Öğretim Asistanı (Sadece son sınıflara açık)
- Edebiyatta Kadın
- Kültürel Düşünceler
- Yaratıcı Yazarlık
- Özel Yeteneklerin Geçmişi
- Dövüş Sanatları
- Okçuluk

DERS DIŞI AKTİVİTELER

- Öğrenci İşleri Komitesi
- Dijital Gazete
- Yıllık
- Tartışma Takımı
- Akademik Dekatlon
- Sanat Kulübü
- Drama Kulübü
- Satranç Kulübü
- Çevre Kulübü

- Amigolar
- Çim Hokeyi
- Lakros
- Futbol
- Yüzme / Dalış
- İz Sürme
- Voleybol
- Sutopu
- Kişisel Savunma

ELEKTRONİK CİHAZLAR

Elswood en ileri teknoloji cihazların da evidir. Bu elektronik aletler özellikle kam için, sadece Elswood’un içinde iletişim halinde olmak amacıyla tasarlanmışlardır. İletişimin yanı sıra bu elektronik aletler kampta yol göstermek, yurt odalarının kilidini ve sınıfları kontrol etmek amacıyla da iş görürler. Öğretmenler her an cihazınızı kontrol etme hakkına sahiptir.  Talep edildiğinde elektronik cihazınızı yetkililere teslim etmemek Elswood ceza odalarında zaman geçirmenize sebep olacaktır.

Örnekler:

Öğrencilere ayrıca araştırma ve ödevleri için dizüstü bilgisayar verilir. Elswood internetinin herhangi bir uygunsuz kullanımı disiplin cezasıyla sonuçlanacaktır. Önceden onaylanmış televizyon dizileri ve filmler Elswood’un özel programından indirilebilir, ve size sağlanmış dizüstü bilgisayarlarda izlenebilir. 

Örnek:

2014 Write a Play! New York City Playwriting Competition

Congratulations to the Winners, Honorable Mentions, and Finalists of the 2014 Write A Play! New York City Playwriting Competition!

Elementary School Division Winners
THE DRILL by Sierra Blanco
THE NIGHT FIGHT by Ella Maré and Lyla Calcano
THE HOMEWORK FROM H-E-DOUBLE HOCKEY STICKS! by Ella Maré

Elementary School Division Honorable Mention
THE ESCAPE PLAN by William Beltran
TIME TRAVEL TWIST by Melanie Santana and Vivienne Soares
MUSIC MADNESS by Vivienne Soares

Elementary School Division Finalists
CAN’T TOUCH THIS by Jade Belliard and Maya Pacheco
GANGSTERS UNLEASHED Ananda Liveright and Tamara Figueroa
THE SWITCH by Lorraine Andrickson and Isabelle Moreno
GOOD VERSUS EVIL UNLEASHED by Beatrice Williams and Isabella Calcano

Middle School Division Winners
FLYING by James Crouch
THE INSANE DRAMA TEACHER by Ella Fruchter
TREASURE OF THE MEADOWLANDS: A COMEDY by Eve Samaha and Dorothea Samaha

Middle School Division Honorable Mention
MIFLAT/SANCTUARY by Rowana Miller
EMPIRE STATE by Charlie Postman

Middle School Division Finalists
EIGHTH WONDER by Maeve Hogan
CROSSING THE RED LIGHT by Chloe Ivey
THE INTERNET ISLAND PROJECT by Leo Lion
CHEATED, NEED TO KNOW, and I LOVE ME: A PARADE OF NARCISSISM by Stephanie Okun
UNFOLDED by Lucy Sydel

High School Division Winners
FIGHT DRAGONS WITH HOT CHOCOLATE by Hannah Reale
THE DREAM by Emma Silverman
CAN YOU HEAR THE WATERFALL? by Margaret Yassky

High School Division Honorable Mention
BASKETBALL by Charlotte Rauner
FAVORITE SON by Gillian Gold
SO WE BEAT ON… by Henry Q.P. Spiro

High School Division Finalists
COFFEE AND CHAMPAGNE by Cameron Decker
ELLIE AND NATHANIEL by Hannah Finamore-Rossler
HALLOWEEN, DIWALI, AND LOVE by Areina Ismail
I BLED OVER CHOCOLATE CAKE by Anjelika Amog
LITTLE THINGS by Grace Mennell
A PROFESSIONAL and BECKY by Emma Silverman

EL KİTABI

KURALLAR


 Elswood öğrencileri din, dil, ırk ayırmadan kabul eden bir kamp. Zorbalığa asla müsamaha edilmez.
 Ormana giriş yasak değil, fakat belli bir noktadan sonra, yürümeye devam etmek istemezsiniz.
 Herhangi bir elektronik cihazın güvenliğini ihlal etmeye teşebbüs etmeyin.
 Uyuşturucu, alkol, ve ilaç öteberileri yasaktır.
 Reçeteli ilaçlar yasaktır. Alınması gereken herhangi bir reçete, sağlık bölümünden tatbik edilmelidir.
 Her türlü silah yasaktır.
 Vandalizm yasaktır.
 Başkaldırışa müsamaha edilmez.

 BU KURALLARA SADAKAT GÖSTERİLMEMESİ BÜYÜK BİR İHLALDİR VE GEREĞİNCE CEZALANDIRILACAKTIR.

 SINIFLAR


 Her öğrenci dört tane 45 dakikalık ana ders seçmeli veya bu ana dersleri failine mahsus bir seçmeli dersle değiştirmelidir.

 Her öğrencinin sağlıklı yaşam stillerini desteklemek amacıyla Beden Eğitimi dersi alması zorunludur. Physical Education will replace 30 minutes of skills classes two days out of the week.

 Her öğrenci aynı zamanda öğle yemeği için yemek salonunda toplanacak.

 Beceri sınıfları günün sonunda meydana gelir ve normal bir dersin iki katı uzunluğunda olur.

 ANA DERSLER

- İngilizce
- Edebi Analiz ve Kompozisyon
- Amerikan Edebiyatı
- İngiliz & Dünya Edebiyatı


- Ön Cebir
- Cebir  I & II
- Geometri
- Ön Matematik / Trigonometri

-Dünya Tarihi
- Dünya Bilimi

- Dünya Kültürleri

2013 Write A Play! New York City Playwriting Competition

Congratulations to the Winners, Honorable Mentions, and Finalists of the 2013 Write A Play! New York City Playwriting Competition!

Elementary Division Winners
OH MY GODS AND MONSTERS by Bodhi Liveright & Evie Samaha
MY DRAMATIC LIFE IN 5TH GRADE by Autumn Davis
THE GEM by Troy Rinker

Elementary Division Honorable Mention
M/A/…GI/C by Sole Lopez & Thea Samaha

Elementary Division Finalists
CALIFORNIA HERE I COME! (MAYBE) by Karima Kaiyum
FRIENDSHIP TUG OF WAR by Syeda Rahman
HALLOWEEN IN A HAUNTED HOUSE by Natalie Feliciano, Sarah Nau, & Edith Sirett
THE WAY IT WAS MEANT TO BE by Ella Mare, Chassidy Morales, & Jane Park-Stettner
WHAT IS BOREDOM? by Caden Burton
WIN OR RUIN by Emelia & Miles Boyer

Middle School Division Winners
BETWEEN BROADWAY AND RIVERSIDE by Jules Taylor
THE KILLER DRAG QUEENS OF NYC by Ilana Cohen
THESE PEOPLE WE CALL FAMILY by Mei Li Francis

Middle School Division Honorable Mention
KALINA by Samuel F. Lee
JUDGMENT DAY by Eli Miller

Middle School Division Finalists
I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS by Katarina Soto
OUT OF THE SHADOWS by Stephanie Okun Shwartz
RED LOVE CELLS by Leah Shifrel
THE GENERATOR by Indigo Pavlov
TWO CENTURIES, ONE CONFLICT by Lilith Valentin

High School Division Winners
COMMON USAGE by Zachary Vail Elkind
HOLD by Layla Treuhaft-Ali
WEEKEND BOY by Allison Snyder

High School Division Honorable Mention
CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT by Zen Anton
REVE D’AMOUR, OP. 5-2 by May Treuhaft-Ali

High School Division Finalists
AUTHENTICITY by Emily Furnival
BABY STEPS by Nikki LoPinto
FOR THE LOVE OF RAP by Jennifer Jolifils
HEROES by Kallie McLoughlin
LELEK’S LOOKOUT by Alison Ceniza-Levine
MANY ENCHANTED EVENINGS by Henry Q. P. Spiro
MOTHER’S ORANGE SORBET by Amelia Jane Nierenberg
TWITCH by Rachel Sobelsohn