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    This month we had an assembly on animals. the speaker taught us about animals like a Bearded Dragon, a blue tongued lizard, and a kangaroo,carpet python, parrot, and a tarantula. She was very smart and taught us a lot. This is what I learned. The bearded dragon lives in the desert and changes color to cool off during the day or warm up at night. When they are hot they pant like dogs and breathe hard. At night when their cold, several dragons lay on top of each other to warm up. These dragons are cold blooded and don’t have actual teeth they just have ridges in their mouths. Sometimes they can be in serious trouble and when they are they can either camouflage into the ground or stand bravely and say “BRING IT ON”!! SNAKES!!! We got to see a carpet python! They live about a 3-7 year life. This snake is so strong!! it can support its whole body just by their tail. The carpet python smells by its tongue so if it smells something on the right side of its tough its food is to the right, if they smell prey on the left it's towards the left. Are they venomous or poisonous? these biters are venomous.…

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    Mikayla Jacobs Mills English 12 29 September 2014 The Dragon Whose Name Is Fear If you listen here, you will notice a dragon that many people fight. A dragon called Fear. This dragon is strong, it is powerful. This dragon knows how to manipulate every situation you go through as an individual. The way you must fight this “Fear” will differ, especially based on each person and each of their different situations. It is hard to predict the outcome when you fight this dragon. The fight could result…

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    Chronicler, I hereby submit an account of Outer Library 's Fantasy Ball. Carriages, Witches, and Dragons, Oh my, was what guests saw as they traversed to the Library’s Fantasy Ball on the 29th Day of the 7th Moon. Placed within the halls leading to the Theatre were many sculptures that included pumpkin carriages, grotesque witches with apples and colossal dragons. All which ser Adahn created, withal, in decoration was a regaling backdrop of the three little pigs and wolf within the theatre…

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    How to Train Your Dragon (2010) tells the story of Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), a small Viking, who overcomes the prejudices against dragons he was raised with after he wounds a Night Fury. Hiccup initially seems dead set on killing his first dragon in order to garner the attention and love he wants from his friends and most importantly his village’s chief and father, Stoick (Gerard Butler.) However, upon wounding a dragon and being confronted with the choice to kill or not, Hiccup realizes that…

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    Well Edited Essay: The Fiery Creature I would like to met something that is fiery as the lava that pours through its’ blackened body .Meeting a dragon has been a dream of mine since I can remember. The idea of dragons has been around since the beginning of time, yet not a single person has been able to show actual proof that a dragon exists. They are considered the most popular and longest lasting mythological creature to date. The thought of them was first written down by the ancient Greeks…

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    Analyzing Kincaid's Essay

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    argument that Dragon Ball Z was a major breakthrough for shonen anime in terms of entering the American/western TV viewing markets. Admittedly, Kincaid (2015) expresses his own limited knowledge of Dragon Ball Z by informing the reader that he found the series the most appealing due to the new “modern” anime series put out in 1990s Japan, and that he actually disliked the original Dragon Ball series of the 1980s. More so, he claims that watching the Dragon Ball anime series “backwards” defines…

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    On January the third, as we began our American Literature class, our professor put the whole class into groups. Everyone was assigned to write an essay about their group’s hobbies, accomplishments and goals. The people in my group are Klovis, James, and Spencer. The first person’s hobbies, accomplishments, and goals we are going to discuss is Klovis. The hobbies that Klovis enjoys we learned are drawing and watching anime. The things that he likes to draw are anime characters from movies,…

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    Gow's Hero-Song Of Hope

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    out of the screen, culminating in Goku unleashing a ravenous blue wave of energy—the Kamehameha technique. This was the climactic scene of the 2013 film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. It just so happened to be both the first DBZ movie since the 1990s, as well as my first experience seeing my favorite TV show of all-time on the big screen. I started watching DBZ when I was about eight years old, and it quickly became the show I wanted to watch more than anything. However, my love for DBZ almost…

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