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She claims to be fine, pushing her chunky black hair behind her ear. “Seriously, I’m okay.” She mumbles, gathering her stuff quickly to leave. I watch her go, wondering why she sounds so not-okay all the time, and why I couldn’t help.
By S P on 02.07.2013
Once I claimed that I was an innocent victim– that all the crimes I committed against the others were in retaliation to what they had done to me. It was an eye for an eye– blood for blood. The deserved it. I haven’t changed my mind yet.
By Chelsea on 02.07.2013
People make claims all the time. They claim to be honest, true, veritable, but more often than not, they aren’t what they claim to be. People let you down all the time, and you have to get used to that. That’s life. People disappoint you, and you disappoint people so it’s high time you start getting used to that. People claim to care about you, but the only thing they care about is themselves.
By Micaela on 02.07.2013
He claims about his lost sweater at school. He claims all the time cause he loses everything.But sometime he gets it that’s the problem he’s a shy person. He this claiming is hard but it’s not. It’s just saying its your. But what do you think cause I think it’s true.
By Michelle on 02.07.2013
The man claims to have not cheated on his wife.
The woman claims not to have hit her child.
The teenager claims not to have been drinking.
The child claims that it was not their fault.
We all can make our claims, but determining the truth is a much harder task to accomplish.
By Aubrey URL on 02.07.2013
Papers. Papers everywhere.
The lawyer looked to and fro to see witness’ claims and police statements littering his desk with thousands of words he did not want to look over now.
He had his own anniversary to attend and he was not going to go home to find his wife sitting at the table, tapping her foot at his absence impatiently.
By jenny on 02.07.2013
to demand by or as by virtue of a right; demand as a right or as due: to claim an estate by inheritance.
to assert and demand the recognition of (a right, title, possession, etc.); assert one’s right to: to claim payment for services.
to assert or maintain as a fact: She claimed that he was telling the truth.
to require as due or fitting: to claim respect.
verb (used without object)
to make or file a claim: to claim for additional compensation.
am tired of writing!!! Why do ew have to do this anyway! Tis is taking so long why is it not over! bY THE way JACK BEACH IS NO BODY KNOWS! I am a boy and he to;ld me..
I do not know
By I do not know on 02.07.2013
Claims. Why not “Claim” But it has to be plural and make it hard to be sued in a sentence because no one uses claims that often. At first i though tit was clam and i started laughing. (LOL)
-No Body Knows
By No Body Knows URL on 02.07.2013
Insurance a wreck when I was in Highschool where I rear ended my best friend who subsequently rearende another car. Also Political claims, 2nd ammendment rights are claimed to be inherient??? I don’t know if that is right or not. What would I claim Natural gas at the polar ice caps???? Maybe the moon? Mars? I guess there is a lot to claim. I claim clams its funny how one letter can change the meaning of a word isn’t it. I Claim this minute is alot longer than I thought it was gong to be. Now back to insurance
By Brian on 02.07.2013
Dishonest claims are continually being heard from these people. They fabricate utterly absurd lies about others and themselves .To put it simply,it is a way to raise or lower one or another’s reputation .
By L on 02.07.2013
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.