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    Connecting the two bridles so Comet will be following Dancer Sly and Pete lead them out of the barn. “We need for them to walk in a large circle,” Sly said. “Then start to trot. After a couple of times around, let’s make them run.” “On dancer on Cupid, Pet called out. The animals responded and start trotting. “A little faster,” Sly call out. “ On Dancer on Cupid, Pet calls out once again. As the animals began to run Sly moves over to stand closer to Pete “Look! The excited reindeer wrangler said, pointing to Dancer. “His front feet are off the ground.” “Now all four,” the wizard said. Before they had a chance to say anything else Comet is also walking on air. They’re flying, there flying one of the helpers called out. “Let out some more rope, Sly said, looking at Pete. As they released their hold on the ropes the reindeer began to get higher in the air. “I boots are working,” a happy wizard said. “Let out a little more rope,” Sly instructed. After a few turns around the circle, the animals are three feet off the ground. “The need to run faster,” Sly called to Pete. Shaking the ropes, he calls out, “Run Dancer Run.” with that the animals began to move faster and faster. “They’re flying over two meters off the ground,” Pet said looking over his shoulder at the helper standing nearby. “Let’s lead them to Santa’s office so he can see this,” Sly said. Guiding them from the ground with the ropes. Sly and the Pet lead them down the streets through the city square to…

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    naturally went away, and I began to feel excited and confident about my skills in running. I was satisfied with my music choice, my pace was pretty even, and although I was going faster than my original speed, I felt assured that this race was going to go well. Comically, there was a runner at the beginning, who was overly excited about this marathon, ran as though lions were chasing him like a prey. Participants who saw the pace he had set himself at, chuckled and kept going — we all were…

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    Chapter Four Having Arlene as a friend made school a little more tolerable for Hunter. She would meet him at their table every lunch hour and they’d say goodbye at the end of the day. That didn’t mean the mornings were any better, by any means; some of Frankie’s friends would say shit about him in Geography. It didn’t hurt him or anything (so what if he was drawing the whole class? More entertaining than the actual lesson), but what did bother him was that Frankie would sit there and do…

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    feels. Their lives in the factory are difficult, with long days and little time to themselves, all while receiving a small paycheck. However, the…

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    As I kissed my little sister, Serenity, goodnight, she closed her eyes and mumbled I love you because she knew what I was about to get into and feared that might be the last time we talk. Besides my dad, I am all she has; and now that my dad has lost his job recently, I have to hustle to make sure my family has a roof over their head and food on the table. My mom left us right after she had me because she was having an affair with some rich man down in Florida. I threw on my olive green Eskimo…

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    Floating inside the depths of his new school, Junior tries balancing both cultures. He attends the Powwow, all the while knowing he’d be punished because of it; he joins the Reardan boys’ basketball team, dreaming up a bigger and better life for himself. He tried keeping everyone satisfied, but after a while, he realized that wasn’t possible. Stuck in desolation, Junior explains, “Traveling between Reardan and Wellpinit, between the little white town and the reservation, I always felt like a…

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    Reyna had also a deep need as a child to make her father proud since he risked everything to bring her to United States, so in exchange she wanted to do good for her father. Reyna’s father also encouraged his kids about how education is the key to a better future, He taught them that one can’t get far in life without a good education. Reyna, having lived with that advice, sought education as a priority to obtain. Reyna’s father was a parent who had high aspirations for his kids, so when his…

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    My 1st car On October 18th, my family and I went to the Indianapolis zoo for too behind the scenes tours. We bought two different ones earlier that year and it sure was the highlight of fall break. I was really quite that morning. I usually am quite when I am mad at anyone really. I just shut down so I don’t say anything I will regret. “Katlynn, Hurry up” said my dad “I am downstairs! Bernie is the one who is still asleep” I replied “BERNIEEEEE!!!!” My dad yelled, Bernie finally got up. …

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    Humor Essay Many works of literature today have persuasive strategies incorporated in them to grab the reader’s attention. Most of the time, writers also use strategies such as humor to send a crucial message to the audience. While this is one effective way of sending a message, other writers utilize formal writing to express the seriousness of a problem. Both methods are effective in getting a message across; however, writing without humor is stronger than those with humor because it is…

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    I’m here! I have my own sword and everything!” On a stifling summer morning in Camelot, Sir Percival turned and saw a little boy, about age five or six, bounding toward him. The young boy’s shaggy brown hair bounced as he raced forward, and his cheeks were flushed bright pink due to exertion. Only a few paces away from Percival now, the little boy tripped over the too-large sword he carried, and the weapon went sailing into the air. Percival was forced to duck to avoid the flying projectile.…

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