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    Atwood Narrative

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    Atwood Narrative As the leaves bristle and the thin sheets of wind intrude through the slender opening of the window of the bus, sat a grey backpack with a variety of stickers scattered onto the fabric in diverse figures and colors, each giving the dull backpack a sense of flare. Besides the backpack displayed a boy sitting on a cold, leather seat, crossing his arms, a picture of his grandfather-who served in Camp Grant, now called Atwood- clenched tightly against his chest. “Now reaching Atwood, please take caution of your possessives. Now reaching Atwood, please take..” The voice of the bus driver echoed through the vehicle, each word causing to become just a blur to Warren. As he swiftly trolled down the steps along with the other…

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    Process Speech Outline

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    Natalie Martinez Group 6 Back2Back The goal is to help students buy and sell backpacks in a simple and easy manner while not having to worry about the expenses. Introduction I. Every year we start a new school year and every year your backpack will be your best friend. There's a good possibility some of us don't have backpacks because we're not a fan of them or the one we really liked was too expensive or eventually became sold out. On the other hand some of us do have backpacks but…

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    Kenna loiters behind with me. Ben looks at me, searching for a clue if I want him to stay so I 'm not alone with Kenna. Alex however, practically tows Ben out the door, obviously trying to give me and Kenna some space. I look helplessly after them. I don 't try to talk, just quietly gather up my backpack. Maybe if I make her feel awkward enough around me she 'll decide to leave me alone. I pause by the door, letting her go first and thinking for a second that I 'll be able to part ways as soon…

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    School rules are very important for keeping the school, teachers and students safe. One school rule that is very important is, ‘No backpacks on the stairs.’ It is a very important rule because, a person could trip over a backpack, causing injuries, things in people’s backpacks could catch on fire and cause people to not get out of the building safely, and people’s personal belongings could be stolen. ‘No backpacks on the stairs’ is an important rule because people could possibly trip over a…

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    4. Discussion 4.1. Reduction in blood flow rate when subjects wore a backpack After wearing backpack for 8 minutes, the time-averaged mean blood velocity and the blood flow rate are observed to be significantly altered. By comparing the result to the pressure sensor recordings, this may be contributed by the direct mechanical compression of the backpack strap on the shoulders, along with the vessels including axillary vein lying beneath [7]. The luminal diameter of the vessels reduces by the…

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    The Great Backpack Disaster Summary From paragraph 20-44 Tina caught up with Beth in line for the bus home. As well, Tina told Beth that rumours were flying around about them two, and that she needs to accomplish something to get that under control. "What enlist a legal counsellor and sue her," Beth said. Next Tina asked her for what valid reason she doesn't make a meeting with the Peacemakers Panel who help settle cases simply like them. "What would they be able to do?" Beth asked.…

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    Do you think it's right for an athlete to have to miss a practice or game because they could get to their locker and class quick enough? Students should be able to carry a backpack around to prevent things like athletes missing practice or just even getting a tardy really effects a student. The students of Otto Eldred should be able to have backpacks with them throughout the school day. Carrying backpacks in school would help kids not to be late. First of all, it would give students more space…

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    Hunting backpacks should always be camouflage or orange. Though there are some animals that you may hunt for that are colorblind, some are not. Deer can not see orange, therefore you can cover yourself with it for safety reasons during whitetail deer season and they will not detect you by sight. However, turkey have good eyesight, therefore anything orange is going to set them off. You have to wear a certain amount of orange during most seasons, but you don't want hunting backpacks that are…

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    Furthermore, carrying backpacks is time efficient for everyone. How many times have students been admonished for arriving to class late because they had to stop by their lockers to get something for class? How many times have students been sent to the office because they were late to class too many times? How many times have students been sent to the office because they came to class ill-prepared? Yes, the students could just go to class first and ask their teacher if they could go to their…

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    to Tie Dye A Backpack Most of my friends tend to dye their backpacks as they find it really cool. Well, I am someone who likes to keep their backpacks the way it is, but looking at the number of people who really want to tie dye their backpacks, I have decided to share some of the tips that might help them to dye their backpacks perfectly. Whether it’s your trendy backpack that you carry to college or the one you use solely for traveling purposes, you can dye any type of backpacks you want. But…

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