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  • Kevin Love: My Favorite Professional Basketball Player

    Kevin Love What I Already Know/What I Want to Know Kevin Love is a professional basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Kevin Love is six feet and ten inches tall and weighs 251 pounds. He plays the power forward position, wears jersey number zero, and makes an annual salary of 15.72 million dollars. I enjoy watching and playing the game of basketball. Ever since I was a little kid I would watch the Minnesota Timberwolves on…

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  • What Was The Difference Between Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson

    Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both becoming presidents in an era dominated by private trusts and powerful businessmen, sought to revive American Democracy from its ashes. Theodore Roosevelt, having a semi-conservative perception of monopolies, believed strong American Capitalism could let America compete with the other great world powers. Roosevelt also believed that small businesses should be able to compete with the large trusts, as long as they are aware of the sheer power of the…

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  • The Grover Cleveland In The Progressive Era

    Grover Cleveland The Progressive Era was a time of change and forward movement for the country. As the United States came to such a crucial time in its history, immersing into the Gilded Age, it called upon a great leader to take the reins and control the country with an iron fist. Although many great presidents emerged during this time and it could be argued that Theodore Roosevelt or William Howard Taft were the most influential presidents, when all the facts are analyzed and considered,…

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  • Babe Ruth Annotated Bibliography

    Babe Ruth George Herman, also known as “Babe” Ruth, is perhaps the most recognized player in Major League Baseball. He is an influence to many Americans because of his persistence to conquer any impediments that were blocking his road to success. Fame was not handed to Babe, he became worthy of it; he is eminent because of his distinguished statistics. Babe Ruth was, and still is, considered the most elite baseball player ever to compete on a diamond; he set records that remained unbroken for…

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  • Lebron James: My Sports Hero

    My sports hero is LeBron James from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Ever since I grew up he has been my favorite player in any sports I just saw him playing the Nuggets one time and knew he was my favorite player. A lot of people think I like LeBron James just because he’s good its more than him being the best it’s his leadership and work ethic. He is always in the gym striving to be the best player that has ever played the game of basketball. His workouts are insane and he is still putting up above…

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  • Stephen Curry's Hereditary Athleticism

    Although Stephen Curry has clearly proven to be great, Russell is still far superior in his athleticism, finishing, and defense. In my perspective, I consider Westbrook to be the best point guard in the NBA. What really makes this fearless point guard stand out the most is his monstrous athleticism. He only stands at a staggering 6’3, yet he is capable of jumping over 37.5 inches in the air. This allows him to use his quickness and hops to maneuver around his defenders to get anywhere on the…

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  • Trend Line Analysis

    Have you ever looked at your math paper and questioned why do I have to make a trend line? Is making a trend line really necessary? Well, trend lines allow the user to see a more defined trend of the data. Also, the creation of a trend line allows a correlation between the two subjects to be viewed easier. Trend lines help people accurately determine future outcomes that can come in handy if there is a problem. This is possible because trend lines make it easier to find the slope intercept…

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  • 19th Century American Isolationism

    discovered in their territory and President Grover Cleveland attempted to intervene when he became eager to enforce the Monroe Doctrine and to keep Britain from gaining more land in the Western Hemisphere. But eventually, a neutral arbitrator settled the dispute. Also, the message to the world that the United States would enforce the Monroe Doctrine was clear. It describes a specific U.S. foreign policy approach because President Grover Cleveland became eager to enforce a policy which was the…

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  • What Happened To Good People?

    It was a brisk summer morning in late August. The clouds were a dark shade of gray and were casting its shadow across the city of Cleveland, yet a ray of sunshine managed to squeeze its way past the darkness and onto Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. This day would change my life for years to come. “Paarth, wake up,” said my mom as she opened the blinds. The day had finally come. My eyes were filled with rheum from an eye infection I was dealing with, but that was not the problem that…

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  • Mystery Shack Research Paper

    there 's something hidden underneath the surface of the Mystery Shack and the Pines twins are about to figure out what it 's all about. Mabel and Dipper Pines are a pair of twelve year old mystery solving twins who are short and share thick light brown hair. Dipper, who has a constellation-shaped birthmark on his forehead hidden underneath his hair and light blue baseball cap, found a journal filled with information about Gravity Falls and all of the unknown supernatural beings and abandoned…

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