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    Finally after waiting for everything to be put away, James spoke. "What is this place?" "This was my mother 's house, before she and my dad were married. When she died, my dad forgot about it. It 's my hideaway now." "This is what you wanted to show me?" "Yes, one day I 'm going to live here." "That sounds wonderful." They smiled and she showed him around. The first place they went was her room where she laid some sheets and blankets by the bed. "This was her room, it 's mine now." Then they moved into the next room. The ceiling was covered with midnight blue paint and shiny golden stars. She put down some sheets and blankets. She told him that he would sleep here. "The ocean should be beautiful tonight. What do you say to dinner on the dock and a swim?" He looked at her before replying, "That sounds wonderful." "Then I 'll see you in 30 minutes to head out." "Okay." "Blue, what are you giggling about?" "I asked daddy that question I wanted to yesterday." "Oh, and what did he say?" "He said that you sing that song in your sleep sometimes." Then Blue burst out laughing while her mother smiled and laughed as well. Ella hurried into her room and pulled out the swimsuit she had made and a long shirt. She threw them on and then headed downstairs to get dinner ready. Once the 30 minutes had come and gone she saw James wander into the room. "Are you ready to go? I have dinner finished." His reply was a nod and they headed out to the little row boat. They paddled out to the…

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    The event that I attended for my essay two humanities experience was the AC/DC concert at Wrigley field in Chicago Illinois. I consider this a humanities experience because AC/DC is a rock band and rock music is a form of art. Rock music was developed in the 50’s and 60’s and was a huge element to the humanities movement of the 20th century. Through its expression of “youth culture” dancing, sexual freedom, and rebellion made one of the greatest musical movements in history. My experience at…

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    Power Factor Analysis

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    Aim The aim of this assignment is to investigate the method to correct the power factor within an AC power generation system. Once the power factor is found we shall improve the power factor in said theoretical circuit by modifying the existing one and calculating the differences this makes to the output across the circuit as a whole. Then we shall use a circuit design software package to confirm our theoretical results and identify whether our improved mathematical skills have solved the task…

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    The Killing Joke Analysis

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    The cast of fantastical characters with extravagant super powers in the DC Comics universe banded together to form the Justice League of America in 1960. The team sported one Jacob amongst the throng of Goliaths: The Batman. Not only was he the only member of the JLA without any powers, he’s one of the two iconic leaders of the group. In the biblical book of Genesis, Isaac bears two sons, Esau and Jacob. Like Superman, the elder brother Esau was brave and strong, a fierce hunter, the classic…

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    Wonder Woman Analysis

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    The Most Badass Female Action Hero Gal Gadot, “immediately realized the opportunity she was being handed, both as an actor and as a feminist.”(Morris). The role of D.C.’s latest superhero, Wonder Woman, practically saved the industry. After the release of the movie, Gal Gadot became instantly famous and her name peaked a widespread interest from people, since she wasn't commonly known. Alex Morris, the author of Rolling Stone’s cover story, set to release, on September 1, 2017 “Gal Gadot on…

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    Everlasting Battle Batman vs. Superman. Could You Guess Who is Winning? When the movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was announced, being the casual superhero fan, I had just one question in mind: What the hell is going on here? How could Batman, an ordinary superhero who possesses no superhuman abilities, possibly battle Superman, a superhero whose powers include superhuman strength, vision, speed, and flight? That’s highly unlikely to happen! Looking from the other side how come…

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    On the other hand, DC Entertainment is currently owned by Warner Brothers, which is a subsidiary to Time Warner. Time Warner is broken up into 3 main segments, which includes Turner, Home Box Office and Warner Bros. As of the 2015 - 2016 television season, Warner Brothers was ranked as the number 1 producer of primetime television series in the United States. The Warner Brothers segment consists primarily of the production, distribution, licensing of television series and feature films. In…

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    Question one Certain aspects which have been portrayed in Batman Begins which have been changed in The Dark Knight There are a few aspects in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight which Christopher Nolan has definitely changed. One of the smaller changes Christopher Nolan has made from Batman Begins to The Dark Knight would be the batman suit. The suit in Batman Begins looks a lot more like the suit used in the comic books whereas the suit used in The Dark Knight reflects a more real-world…

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    Heroes Definition Essay

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    Who are heroes? When we hear the word “hero”, we automatically think of the characters we see in comics and movies. One doesn’t need to have extraordinary powers to be a hero. Yes, regular human beings can be a hero through their actions. Heroes often put others before themselves, shows great determination, but it doesn’t always guarantee a pleasant ending for them. Many heroes are called as “heroes” because they put others before themselves without a second thought. Their actions can either…

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    Superman, who killed and had super strength. Wonder Woman did not kill her enemies, instead she converted them to believe in equality, peace, and respect for the rights of others. Later throughout her essay, Steinem explains more of the background of Wonder Woman, or also known as “Princess Diana of Paradise Island.” Steinem explains the beginning of Wonder Woman, who says she will never rely on a man, and that she will never love a dominant man. But by the 1960’s, Wonder Woman gave up all of…

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