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Happy Christmas (2014) - IMDb

2 nominations. See more awards » Learn moreEdit Irresponsible 20-something Jenny arrives in Chicago to live with her older brother Jeff, a young film-maker living a happy existence with his novelist wife Kelly and their two-year-old son. Jenny's arrival shakes up their quiet domesticity as she and her friend Carson instigate an evolution in Kelly's life and career. Meanwhile, Jenny strikes up a rocky relationship with the family's baby sitter-cum-pot dealer. Written by ProductionPlot Summary|Add Synopsis filmmaker | writer | drinking | drink | chicago illinois |   See All (15) » Taglines: Family is the gift that keeps on taking.

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Private School (1983) - IMDb

Learn moreEdit Christine (Phoebe Cates), a student at an exclusive all-girls private school, is in love with Jim, who attends an academy for boys nearby. Christine's arch rival Jordan also has her eye on Jim, and she is willing to do whatever she can to steal him away. Jim's uber-slob buddy Bubba is going with Betsy, Christine's cynical friend, though he would probably be unfaithful if any other woman were willing to get near him. Bubba and his pals sneak into the girls' school dressed in drag in hopes of reaching the Promised Land (better known as the women's shower room), while Christine and Jim run away together for the weekend, though their escapade isn't as romantic as they had hoped.

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Assassin's Creed (Assassin's Creed, #6)

When it comes to books that are based on video games, I am reluctant and overly cautious. Let’s face it, Paul W. S. Anderson didn’t exactly stick to the game’s plot with the Resident Evil franchise, but at least it’s better than Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, which failed miserably in my opinion. Of course, those are movies based on games, but you get the idea, right? In the past, I’ve read quite a few books that were based on video games though (mostly the Magic: The Gathering books), and When it comes to books that are based on video games, I am reluctant and overly cautious.

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Never Fall Down

***Originally posted to: Bookish Book Blog |YA and Adult Book Reviews, Author Interviews, Guest Posts, Giveaways and news! ^___^Never Fall Down was one absolutely devastating read. I was not prepared for its searing authenticity and intensely emotional message; it took me by surprise, broke my heart to pieces and left me drained and breathless, but also very satisfied and enriched. Reading this book was an experience like no other. Profoundly harrowing and cathartic, Never Fall Down tells a true***Originally posted to: Bookish Book Blog |YA and Adult Book Reviews, Author Interviews, Guest Posts, Giveaways and news! ^___^Never Fall Down was one absolutely devastating read.

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Certified Medical Assistant Exam Secrets Study Guide

This CMA study guide includes CMA practice test questions. Our CMA study guide contains easy-to-read essential summaries that highlight the key areas of the CMA test. Mometrix's CMA test study guide reviews the most important components of the CMA exam. Get the CMA test prep help you need to be successful on the CMA test. The Certified Medical Assistant Exam difficulty is extreme and thorough test preparation is essential for success. Certified Medical Assistant Exam Secrets Study Guide is the ideal prep solution for anyone who wants to pass the Certified Medical Assistant exam.

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‘Just Mercy,’ by Bryan Stevenson

The electric chair at Sing Sing prison in Ossining, N. Y. , in 1953. Associated Press Unfairness in the Justice system is a major theme of our age. DNA analysis exposes false convictions, it seems, on a weekly basis. The predominance of racial minorities in jails and prisons suggests systemic bias. Sentencing guidelines born of the war on drugs look increasingly draconian. Studies cast doubt on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. Even the states that still kill people appear to have forgotten how; lately executions have been botched to horrific effect.

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Review: Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

Never Let Me Goby Kazuo Ishiguro263pp, Faber, £16. 99 The children of Hailsham House are afraid of the woods. In the days when their guardians were much stricter, the school myth goes, a boy's body was found there with its hands and feet removed. Sometimes that dark, threatening fringe of trees can cast such a shadow over the whole school that a pupil who has offended the others might be hauled out of bed in the middle of the night, forced to a window, and made to stare out at it. When not applying peer pressure in this curious way, Hailsham children seem to have a nice life.

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Systematic literature review of machine learning based software development effort estimation models

aDepartment of Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China bDepartment of Computer Science, Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, Guangzhou, China cInstitute of Business Intelligence and Knowledge Discovery, Department of E-commerce, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China dEngineering Research Center of Computer Network and Information Systems, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China Received 28 October 2010, Revised 8 August 2011, Accepted 8 September 2011, Available online 16 September 2011Software development effort estimation (SDEE) is the process of predicting the effort required to develop a software system.

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Good God ! The 1987 tell-all book overflows with endless, complex business deals. . . despite Trump’s sledge-hammer style. Salted with hyperbole, Trump spills the beans on entering a privileged, difficult world he himself was new to in the 70’s. Skating rinks, railroads, luxe buildings, television, football… Trump’s calculated risks are so vast, learning from his hits/misses is as rewarding as it is emotionally rattling. Make no mistake: This is one gutsy, sharp guy. Also, circa 30% of the book co Good God ! The 1987 tell-all book overflows with endless, complex business deals.

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Lost Stars

Review originally posted here at Geek of Oz. Other 'Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens reviews':Star Wars: Aftermath---The acronym 'YA' (Young Adult) carries a bit of a stigma in some literary circles. As the median between kids' and 'adult books, YA can be seen as softer, less interesting and only appealing to a niche demographic of teens and early 20s. That is, it can be seen as such if you're not willing to ignore such rigid styles of classification and enjoy a book entirely on its own meReview originally posted here at Geek of Oz.

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