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الرجاء المساعدة في الحصول على تعميم الايفاد الداخلي

الموضوع في 'ملتقى التدريب التربوي' بواسطة الهمر566, بتاريخ ‏2009-02-27.


  1. الهمر566

    الهمر566 تربوي جديد عضو ملتقى المعلمين

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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    ممكن تعميم الايفاد الداخلي للعام الدراسي القادم 1430 - 1431 هـ
    وليس لائحة الايفاد
    وشكرا لكم

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  2. Gikoou6143

    Gikoou6143 تربوي جديد عضو ملتقى المعلمين

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    I'm going to bump the thread PRETTY WOMANPART 1EXT. A HOUSE IN THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS - NIGHTThe view of downtown Los Angeles from the enormous, ornate house is extraordinary. A small outdoor dinner party is in progress.A MAGICIAN is entertaining guests. Playing cards and coinsappear and disappear in his nimble hands.INT. HOUSE STUDY - NIGHTEDWARD HARRIS stands at the window, impassively looking downat the party. Edward is a handsome, well groomed man of aroundforty. He looks tired; the kind of fatigue that can't be curedby a night's sleep.EDWARD(a murmur)Left pocket.And indeed, down below, the magician pulls the coin from theleft pocket of the incredulous WOMAN's silk blazer. Morelaughter and applause.The study is in keeping with the rest of the house. Luxurious.Everything the best. WILLIAM STUCKEY, Edward's contemporary,is a crafty looking lawyer who is the party host. VANCE is aninvestment banker. His assistant JAKE, is a financial researcher. The other men are INVESTMENT BANKERS. They are in dark suits and power ties. On the table are stacks of documents and folders, the **** "KROSS INDUSTRIES" is prominent on many of the folders.INVESTMENT BANKER 1Our banks certainly doesn't wantto discourage Harris Enterprisesfrom investing in California.We think this is a great new venuefor you but you've got tounderstand the mergers andacquisitions market is changing.With the upswing in inflation wehave to make these offeringstempting to offset the risk.VANCELook, we're talking about hardassets and a straight liquidation.We have over a thousand man hoursin this deal.STUCKEY(losing patience)This is a "no brainer". There'sno risk for you. No one has everlost money backing Mr. Harris.INVESTMENT BANKER 2Not yet. But ship building isa new endeavor for you...STUCKEY(cuts him off)Come on. You know we're not going to go into ship building.Besides, you're the ones with thetroubled track record, not us!INVESTMENT BANKER 3Bill, be reasonable. If you'rereally going to digest KrossIndustries that quickly eighteenshould not be such a problem.Besides, I don't think there'sanywhere else you can go for themoney in the time you have.EDWARDIt's unacceptable.Edward turns from the window. He hasn't miss a thing. All eyes are on him.EDWARDDraymen Heux has offered meseventy-five in the pool atsixteen and a half. I can securethe other half personally. Youhave until tomorrow morning tomake me a better offer.The bankers speechlessly stare at him.EDWARDThe meeting is over, gentlemen.He turns away. The bankers look at one another. They rise.Silence as they exit. When the door closes. Stuckey explodeswith laughter.STUCKEYHah! Did you see the look on their faces?VANCEYou don't think we pushed toohard?STUCKEYNO way! They'll come back. Theycan't afford not to. Edward,that bluff was beautiful.EDWARDMaybe I should have made itrhyme.The others stare at him, uncertain. Stuckey laughs. The others follow suit.EDWARD(looking at his watch)Well! It's late. We've been at this long enough.Stuckey rises. Edward ushers Vance and Jake toward the door.EDWARDGentlemen, enjoy the party. Themagician's wonderful.Vance and Jake exit.EDWARD(calling after them)Watch your left pocket.A BUTLER has entered the room.BUTLERPhone call, Mr. Harris. It's Miss Charles.STUCKEYCynthia? Is she coming out?EDWARDWe're about to find out. Go on.Take care of your guests.Stuckey exits the room as Edward crosses to the telephone.EDWARD(into phone)Where are you, Cynthia?(beat)I see.(pausing, getting angry)No, I don't expect you to be atmy beck-and-call. Are you comingor not?INT. HOUSE - STAIRWAY - NIGHTEdward descends the long, curved stairway. He has Vance intow.EDWARD(all business)Prepare the filing papers. Havethem ready by the middle of theweek. I'll tell you when to submit them.The PEOPLE talking and drinking on the stairway gravitatetoward Edward.A MANEdward!EDWARD(turning on the charm)Yes!THE MANWill we see you at the polomatches Wednesday?EDWARDWouldn't miss it.(abruptly; to Vance)I want this done fast and easy.No slip-ups. I want to be backin New York by Saturday. Got it?He deftly keeps making his way through the crowd.INT. HOUSE - THE DOWNSTAIRS HALL - NIGHTStuckey is sipping champagne and talking to a beautiful WOMAN in a tight sheath of an evening dress. An elegant woman ELIZABETH STUCKEY approaches from behind him. She taps him on the shoulder and he turns, startled.ELIZABETHBill?STUCKEY(flustered)Oh... Hi, honey... Millicent,uh, uh, Millicent.MILLICENTLowell.STUCKEYLowell, right. My wife,Elizabeth.ELIZABETH(ignoring her)Is Edward leaving?Stuckey looks up to see Edward moving quickly toward the door.Stuckey abruptly leaves the two woman together to follow Edward.EXT. THE HOUSE - NIGHTEdward comes out of the house. Jags, a limo with waitingDRIVER and two BMW's pack the circular driveway behind a blackFerrari. The limo driver leaps to attention at the sight ofEdward. Edward stands, making an obvious effort to keep hisimpatience under control. Stuckey comes out of the house anddown the walk.STUCKEYWhat's up, where you going?EDWARDGive me your car keys, will you,I'm going back to my hotel.STUCKEYAt least stay for a drink. Thisparty's for you.EDWARDApologize to Elizabeth for me.Stuckey gropes uncertainly in his pocket for keys.STUCKEYListen, there're some major localtalent inside just dying to meetyou...EDWARD(as if delighted)Really? Some high class golddigger who speaks French betterthan I do?(turning away)No, thank you. I just got offthe phone with one.STUCKEYCynthia's not coming?EDWARDNo.Edward grabs the keys out of Stuckey's hand. He crosses to ablack Ferrari and gets in.STUCKEYLet your driver take you. We'llmove the cars...Edward starts the car.STUCKEYCan you drive a stick?The car lurches forward with a squeal of wheels and promptlystalls.STUCKEYEdward, give me a break!With a squeal of tires, the Ferrari bucks out of the drivewayand... stalls again.EDWARDLove this car! Is it new?STUCKEYYes! And you don't even knowwhere you're going!Edward starts it again and heads uncertainly uphill. Stuckeywatching, throws up his hands.STUCKEYThat's the wrong way!CREDITS BEGIN AS IN A SERIES OF CROSSCUTS:EXT. HOLLYWOOD HILLS - NIGHTThe Ferrari, moving fast through the Hollywood Hills, passeslarge, beautiful homes... Edward shifts, grinding gears...EXT. HOLLYWOOD HILLS - NIGHTThe Ferrari comes to a red light and pulls up next to a Dodge Colt.The GIRL in the Colt looks at Edward and his car admiringly.Edward feeling confident now, revs the engine. The light turnsgreen. Edward immediately stalls the Ferrari. The Colt leaveshim in the dust.INT. FERRARI - NIGHTEdward drives. He blinks, shakes his head as if trying to ridhimself of his own tired thoughts.EXT. HOLLYWOOD HILLS - NIGHTThe Ferrari comes to the intersection of OUTPOST and FRANKLIN,stops. Edward gets out of the car. He looks at the streetsigns. He has no idea where he is. He signs. He gets back in the car and takes off on Franklin heading East.EXT. A SIDE STREET IN HOLLYWOOD - NIGHTA crumbling old apartment building. Dark alley ways, desertedparking lot.The Ferrari -- blink and you miss it -- motors past the building,looking very out of place on the street.PANNING UP A building facade of lit windows and ****l fireescape. One window in particular. A GIRL stands there in ashort kimono, looking down. And then she turns away.INT. VIVIAN'S APARTMENT - NIGHTA SERIES OF SHOTS to see her dressing.INT. VIVIAN'S APARTMENT - NIGHTVIVIAN turns and stares at herself in a grainy, cracked bedroommirror. She is twenty years old and a prostitute. 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