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CLEO

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There were telegrams to the national office from enthusiastic individuals in little towns which had made amazing and unprecedented increases in a single year: Benedict, Kansas, from 26 to 260; Henderson, Kentucky, from 19 to 111; Holland, Michigan, from 14 to 208; Cleo, Oklahoma, from 0 to 104; Martin's Ferry, Ohio, from 0 to 296--and many more of the same kind.
Cleo's mother, Jane, said: "It was such a great way to raise money and awareness while celebrating Cleo.
Death threats appear around town, and residents start seeing bad luck everywhere, including in Cleo and her beloved bookmobile Words on Wheels.
"It started attacking Cleo. She just didn't have a chance to protect herself.
It comes after Cleo came into their care in October last year when her owner died.
There's Cleo telling the dog he needs a bath, and her cleaning the driveway of dog poo.
Cleo is part of the family but keeps within an invisible boundary that demarcates her place--she is the maid.
It's why Cleo's unique ecosystem-driven approach -- seeing business processes from the outside-in, evaluating the organization in context of its greater trading partner network, and working to empower those relationships -- delivers so many positive business outcomes.
Cleo's whole life and history, as she knows it, is called into question by this investigation of her fathers life, leaving her shaken to the core as she moves through the falsified facts and fictions of her life.
By using Cleo as the film's prism, we experience what her life is like even how certain socio-cultural and political events of the time would impact (or not) on her.