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    Life can be compared to a roller coaster, for it's similarities and it's differences. The similarities are obvious; Life has it's ups and downs, the ride can be scary and thrilling at the same time. Once you're strapped in, you're in until the fat lady sings. The differences are that with a roller coaster you know around how long the ride will last. You know who is going to be sitting beside you the whole time and you know where the highs and lows are going to be. Life is different because you really never know when your time to go is. Your ride could end much sooner or go on for much longer then you ever intended it to. In life people are constantly getting in and out of the seat next to you. Sometimes that seat next to you feels completely…

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    Imagine this, you are standing in line to the world’s largest roller coaster. Your stomach is tying itself in knots just watching other people go up and down, back and forth, and upside down. You can hear them shrieking with every loop in the ride and you cannot wait to experience it for yourself. The want to get the endorphins rushing through your body, it is a natural high. This roller coaster is only an example of one way to get that natural high. For me, I search for anything crazy to allow…

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    California has two amusement parks located relatively close to eachother. Knotts Berry Farm and Six Flags, which offer games, amusement rides, and great food. Sometimes it can be difficult to decide which park is best for your family, but not in this case. It’s very clear which park is better, but since you’re still weary i’m taking it upon myself to take an in depth look at both of them to tell you why Knotts Berry Farm is a total rip off compared to Six Flags. Let’s begin by comparing…

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    saved by Andi’s aunt. The author wrote, “‘Henry?’ a voice called. ‘Henry are you there?’Are Jabby spat some rubble from his mouth and reply in a voice that almost sounded like his own, ‘Please, it’s not Henry anymore. It’s Jabbar. Short for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.’” This quote shows the reader there is a happy ending in Jabby’s story. For the denouement, the last point of the plot development, it serves the purpose of tying up loose end. In the book, the dénouement told the reader that the tumor in…

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    Essay On Hooke's Law

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    associate arrow after you unleash the string. Hooke’s Law states that the draw weight is proportional to the draw length. The bigger quantity that you simply deform the limbs by pull them back more in your draw length, the additional you increase the force that successively will…

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    The score that we get at a fair shoot determines what ribbon we get at the fair and what place we take. This night a pen could be heard dropping to the ground. Everything has to go very meticulous this night, so that the coaches can score our targets. Also we have to make it through all fourteen rounds. Each round the shooter walks down to their target and stops at the blazing white line that gets etched in the grass in front of it. Moving past the line the shooter pushes their luck and gets a…

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    Hunting tools the salado indian’s used Have you ever thought about how the salado people killed animals to eat and feed their families? Well I will be talking about how they did that today and tell you about the tricks and techniques they have up their sleeve. Well, there was something called a dart point; they would either put the dart point on a long stick and make it a spear or put them on an arrow so they could shoot it with a bow. There are different sizes of dart points used depending…

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    Three slender fingers held onto to the string she'd pulled back, all the tension focused in her back and shoulder as she brought the string back to the side of her mouth. The arrow pointed at the target and with a soft breath out she let it fly. A sly smile crossed her lips as the arrow hit the target with a satisfying thud. There was a theraphy to archery. Something about pulling the arrow back and letting go, it was like the problems inside you left with the arrow. Concentration was also key…

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    getting caught. To hunt with a bow no mistakes can be made, you will only have the chance at one shot and it takes more skill to land a kill shot and take the deer down with a bow due to it’s lack of hitting power and how easy it is for the shot to be affected in flight. Hours of practice and sitting in painstaking silence in the bone-numbing cold all pay off when the moment to shoot arrives. Your adrenaline starts to pump and your body starts to shake uncontrollably; your brain seems to lose…

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    Headline: Trophy Hunter Trampled to Death by the Elephant He Was Trying to Hunt Introduction: Ian Gibson loved hunting. He had grown up hunting in the woods with his father, and there was nothing he liked more than packing up his gear for a new adventure. After some soul searching, Gibson finally had his chance to take his hunting game to the next level. Instead of scouring the backwoods for game, he was going to start big game hunting. To support his dream, Gibson developed his real estate…

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