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  • Dingers For Days: A Short Story

    Dingers For Days “It’s a great night for baseball, the sun is going down, there is a slight breeze but it’s not strong enough to affect what the baseball is going to do. It’s the bottom of the 9th, the TIgers are down by one and Carter Ace is up to bat. He’s got two strikes on him and the next pitch is thrown and it looks like there’s heat behind it…..CRACK! It's going, going, going, and it's gone! Carter Ace hits the game winning dinger. The L.A Tigers win the championship game in regionals,…

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  • John Hale In The Crucible

    “I mean to crush him utterly.” Reverend John Hale said this when he talked about the Devil. Reverend Parris invited Reverend John Hale of Beverly to Salem to find witches. Reverend Hale thinks he is the best at his job and will not stop until he finds them. John Hale like myself is prideful, excited and arrogant. John Hale and I are very prideful. Reverend John Hale showed his pride by stating in the first act, that he knew what to do. After Reverend Parris invited him, he came to Salem to hunt…

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  • Informative Speech: Producing Myself Through My Objects

    General Purpose : To introduce myself through my objects to my audience. Specific Purpose : Describe myself to my audience using a community magazine from my old hometown and my golf ball. These two objects represent significant moments in my life. I. Introduction A. (Attention Gainer) “ If it doesn’t challenge you , it won’t change you.” ( Fred DeVito) B. (Thesis Statement) Good Morning everyone today I , Emily Longoria , will be introducing myself to you all with these two objects that…

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  • Full Time Athletes Persuasive Speech

    It’s in the bottom of the seventh; your team is down by one, bases loaded. Your team is in the meat of the lineup, and you're up next. As you step out of the dugout, you take a deep breath, and you can smell the fresh popcorn and grilled burgers. You can feel the tension from both teams, each earnestly wanting to take the win home. You’re slowly making your way up to the plate, and you're hearing the faint cheers from the fans. But the voices that stand out the most to you are those of your…

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  • Editing In The Jazz Age

    digital video last year I had some experience but I can always learn more. I looked over some past movies and scripts that I made and wondered how I could make it better and expanded upon that by researching different filming techniques like the thirds rule, wide and narrow shots, etc.. I was also interested in the general idea of film in the jazz age, and decided to research more into that. Since filming and editing, while similar, are both very important in their own…

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  • Is Golf A Sport?

    Is Golf A Sport? A sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. When we break down golf and take a moment to realize the actual definition of a sport you can obviously tell that golf is indeed a sport. The U.S Supreme Court ruled that walking the course and carrying the clubs has no relation to the sport. Golfers on average burn about 360 calories per hour without a cart or caddie which is more…

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  • Essay On Golf Clubs

    woods), irons and a putter. Some clubs in recent years have been replaced with hybrid golf clubs to replace longer irons and fairway metal woods. There is an entity known as the USGA or the United States Golf Association. This group determines the rules of golf, including the number of golf clubs that can be used in a round of golf. This limit is fourteen golf clubs. Normally, the standard golfer would have one driver, one putter, three wedges, seven irons, and two fairway woods in their golf…

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  • Exclusionary Rule Pros And Cons

    The exclusionary rule, on the surface is a pretty easy rule / concept to understand. The exclusionary rule basically states that any evidence that is illegally obtained may not be used by the government. Over the years, there have been several cases that have in one way or another involved the exclusionary rule. Why has there been so much controversy with the exclusionary rule? Don’t the government and the American people want to ensure that the criminals are taken off the streets and prosecuted…

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  • Narrative Essay On Golf Experience

    Nine, the age I was when my fascination with golf began. I still do not know why I so desperately wanted to golf, but I do know that I was determined to learn. That summer between fourth and fifth grade, I was registered for a day camp by my mother, who was confused by my new interest, though supportive nonetheless. Every day, for three weeks, I would arrive at the golf course early in the morning, eager to play and equipped with my lustrous deep red set of metallic clubs. We were divided into…

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  • Danny And Reuven In Chaim Potok's The Chosen

    The Chosen by Chaim Potok describes an unexpected friendship between two people. Daniel “Danny” Saunders and Reuven Malter were playing baseball against each other when Danny’s pitch hit Reuven in the eye. It shattered Reuven’s glasses and left him with a piece of glass in his eye. While Reuven was in the hospital, Danny went to visit him and that’s where their friendship began. Because they are friends, Reuven helps Danny from quitting on his dreams of becoming a psychologist. With a little bit…

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