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110321
SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 26th February 2017
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Narration, Description or Exemplification Essay

I attach file below. Please see the file below. I need 2 version essay but them same topic. Topic: write an essay categorizing the negative or positive characteristics of people
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