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  • Belarusian State University (BSU) (Белару?скі Дзяржа?ўны Унівeрсiтэ?т; Белору?сский Госуда?рственный Университе?т), Minsk, Belarus, was founded on October 30, 1921.
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Barron's California State University Writing Proficiency Exams (Barron's How to Prepare for the California State University Writing Proficiency Exam)
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Updated to reflect the most recent exams, this manual explains the structure of writing proficiency exams given to college students in California. Students in the State University System must pass a writing proficiency exam as a prerequisite for receiving a bachelor's degree. The book reviews different essay types, instructs on writing an impromptu essay, explains how essays are scored, and advises on avoiding the mistakes that result in failed tests. Also included are representative essays, advice to ESL students, and three model tests that reflect California writing proficiency standards. Both model tests consist of an essay question and a set of multiple-choice questions.

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Thursday, 5 February 2009
Thursday, 5 February 2009
Work. Shirt: Thrifted Belt: Versace Bracelet: Artikel Pants: Something Else Shoes: Prada goes. I certainly apologise for my tardiness in responding to the 'tag' from my cerebral and chic friends at 'Academichic'. I have had such a busy week at work so I am sure they would have granted me an extension..... 1. I live in a hotel: My partner's father and stepmother have numerous business ventures - one of them being a hotel and conference centre. I have lived here since returning to my home town from University. We have an apartment and live in a kind of 'compound' with various other family members who return to avail themselves of the free food and accommodation at various times. Our dog (Archibald Maximilion) lives with us. He is a Brissel Chiffon (part Chihuahua and part Brussels Griffon) and is almost three years old. 2. I have a Masters degree in Education Policy: I now work in local government politics as a Policy Advisor. 3. I live in New Zealand but spent five months of last year living in the United States: My partner and I house-sat and swapped our way around the country (with a quick sojourn to Greece and Turkey to enable us to renew our tourist visas). I was granted a year's leave of absence from work and spent two months of this time living in Victor, Montana - a random outpost but great fun. 4. I love Christmas: I am utterly obsessed with Christmas and start watching Christmas movies from October onwards. There are a multitude of 'Christmas rules' (traditions) that I have implemented and now force my family to subscribe to. 5. I don't drink alcohol: I did drink alcohol but stopped about four years ago when I started suffering from panic attacks. My intake is now limited to the odd sip of my partner's beer. 6. I was Deputy Head Girl of my single-sex secondary school: In 7th form we were allowed to wear tidy mufti - the idea being that it was to prepare us for the world of work or tertiary study. However, I was told to 'tone down' my outfits as I was going through an entirely vintage/thrifted period and it was not deemed to be appropriate. 7. I have a phobia of drugs: This includes both medical and illicit drugs. Silly I know; as a result I don't take aspirin etc.
It is what it looks like - April 29th, 2010
It is what it looks like - April 29th, 2010
I'm naked, in a movie theater! Last Erotique night of the year - we watched Flesh Gordon (Flash Gordon the week before) and about a third of the 250-300 people that attended got naked! First 50 people got a free t-shirt commemorating the event - Thom (sitting next to me) and I were in the first 5 :). I fucking LOVE nudity. I love being naked, I feel most myself when I am nude. About 5 people from what I could see stayed naked through the whole show, myself included. It was great. Eating donuts and watching porn at the Procrastinator. What could be better? I like nudity so much to the point that if I could get away with it (and not be harassed or stared at too much of course), I would be naked all the time even if I was the ONLY ONE. Is that weird? I was talking with Shanna today and said that I love flashing my tots, I just always have. But, I would not do it if someone asked. Only for me. Fuck yeah nudity!

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