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    am 11 years old and the third oldest of 4, my sister Ciara she is 15 and the second oldest of 4 kids. Well we were making apple crisp in our kitchen. Our kitchen is a medium-sized kitchen, with 3-4 sets of wooden cabinets, we have a big white whirlpool fridge, also a white whirlpool microwave, and a white toaster. We were making apple crisp with a big white whirlpool oven. Ciara asked me, “Skylar, could you make the dry mix for the apple crisp?” I answered back with a positive attitude, “Yes, of course.” So I was getting the ingredients out for the dry mix, I noticed that we didn’t have cinnamon. I nervously walked outside to my mom whom is 37 years old. I walked over…

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    Almost everyone has heard someone say the phrase “Never judge a book by its cover.” But, more often than not, the appearance of something is important. In The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost, the narrator comes across two paths and describes them. Then, they make their decision of which path to take based on the appearances. On the other hand, in Thank You Ma’am, the narrator describes a lady that helps a boy who tried to steal her purse. In this story, she decided to help him based on his dirty…

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    Vikings were an impactful group of people during the Middle Ages. Vikings were an intimidating group of people that defeated enemies, won battles, and influenced European culture. The viking religion influenced later religion. Their warfare strategies are still used today. Vikings were influential. Vikings were polytheistic in their religion. The vikings worshipped seven gods in their religion. “Viking gods were believed to be part of nature and could be as foolish as humans.” Odin, Thor,…

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    Many details of the ad heavily reflect the story of Adam and Eve. The first main indicator is the use of the apple within the ad. In the Bible, God creates Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. They are told that they must not eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge and wisdom. By eating the fruit from the tree, Adam and Eve are defying god. The woman in the picture, clearly chosen because of her younger looks, but still from the correct age range. The camera angle shown in the picture stresses…

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    know that famous saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but have many of us considered why apples? Why not a banana a day or a kiwi a day? Your grandmother may have praised the benefits of apple pectin and told you to eat an apple when you were constipated. And it’s true, the fiber in the pectin is great at getting things moving again. But did you grandmother know apples were actually a superfood? From lowering cholesterol to improving gut health and preventing cancer, apples pack…

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    replace the ejected electron (XRF, 2002). Energy is released as this electron falls into the newly created spot (XRF, 2002). This energy is equal to the energy difference of the two orbitals involved (XRF, 2002). The sample therefore emits radiant energy that is characteristic of the atoms present (XRF, 2002). Finally, the resulting fluorescent x- ray can be used to get an analysis in ppb on a substance if it is present in the sample (XRF, 2002). The x- ray fluorescence spectrometer in the lab,…

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    truth.” So, what Paul says in verse 6 regarding the gospel of Christ he now says of the Colossian believers in whose hearts and lives Christ was presently at work. Paul understood that the gospel would result in more than a mere personal, inner working of Christ, but would actually flow out of both, their words and deeds – bearing fruit in every good work. Consider with me for a brief moment an apple seed. Let’s imagine that you have been given one apple seed. You plant the seed, you water, and…

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    parts of the world. At the start of this semester I did not think having a lot of one single crop was a bad idea. Having a few types of delicious apples and the same bananas at the store every day made me feel comfortable. I knew exactly what I was getting every time I went to the store. No mass difference between types of fruits and vegetables was found. I was ok with this standard. However, after going through the readings throughout this semester my position has changed on my monoculture…

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    To support his assertion, Heymann cites a series of examples that illustrate the modern architects’ tendency to retrospectively connect landscape to design as a strategy to sell abstracted architecture. Whilst the examples do provide weight to this assertion, it is the omissions that make the reasoning for this conclusion tenuous. Consider the logic – fruit is red; apples are fruit; therefore apples are red. After showing a series of red apples, one must conclude that apples are red. However,…

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    cucumbers, and celery. You can add a Granny Smith apple for added sweetness. Also, juicing is not meant to be a substitute for actually eating. You still need to eat a healthy and balanced diet. Countless books have been written about the benefits of juicing. Many of these books contain delicious juicing recipes. If you want to embrace a healthier lifestyle, consider investing in a juicer or blender. The green juice that I drink almost every day is made with fresh kale, celery, cucumber,…

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