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Judeline Octave, center, takes a portrait of Elizabeth Georges, back right, joined by her father Lebrun Gesner, back center, and friend Marielle Paul, back left, at Hodges University Friday, August 17, 2012 in Naples, Fla. Malinio Jules, right, watches on. Octave, Georges and Jules are celebrating the completion of the their third term from Hodges University's English as a second language program. Originally from Haiti, the group now lives in Immokalee.  On this day, Hodges University graduates its English as a second language students. Totaling 150 graduating students, 31 different countries are represented.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Judeline Octave, center, takes a portrait of Elizabeth Georges, back right, joined by her father Lebrun Gesner, back center, and friend Marielle Paul, back left, at Hodges University Friday, August 17, 2012 in Naples, Fla. Malinio Jules, right, watches on. Octave, Georges and Jules are celebrating the completion of the their third term from Hodges University's English as a second language program. Originally from Haiti, the group now lives in Immokalee. On this day, Hodges University graduates its English as a second language students. Totaling 150 graduating students, 31 different countries are represented.

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