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  • Exemplification Essay: The City Of Camel Topia

    The city of Camel topia is a perfect city with riches beyond anyone 's wildest dreams. The city is ruled by King Mohammed the VIII, a glorious ruler that has made the city literally perfect. There is no conflict in the Utopia of Camel Topia and every camel lives for an upscale of a thousand years. There is however a grim secret that lurks in the minds of only two camels in Camel Topia. King Mohammed and his trusted servant, Pepe. The two camels are the only ones who know that the residents of “The Golden City” are not the only camels in existence. Outside of the gates of Camel Topia resides a disastrous group of feral camels with the single goal of taking over the city. These camels are led by “The Pale Camel.” Otherwise known as “The Ghost of the Desert.” These camels were outcasted by King Mohammed the II early second Period. This event was struck from the history books and is only known by the two camels priorly mentioned. The feral group of camels are abominations to the camel society and lack the capacity to live peacefully and in a civilized manner. They think of themselves as “worthy” amongst their ranks and consider themselves fit to live in the City. Centuries of living outside of civilization in the wild has slowly mutated the camels into freakish fiends of the night. The camels are completely nocturnal and presently plot King Mohammed the VIII’s demise… Camel Topia Pepe snapped out of his trance after realizing he had been staring out of his window for twenty…

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  • Rabbit Proof Fence Abduction Scene Analysis

    girls arrive at Moore river shows that they are mournful about everything that’s happened so far in the film, thus, evoking sympathy in the viewer. At the beginning of the scene, the soundtrack playing creates an eerie vibe and makes the audience sceptical about what going to happen. When the Nun first approaches the car, and speaks for the children, Daisy and Gracie huddle and hide next to Molly. This is because the girls are ominous towards the Nun. Meanwhile, the noise of the truck leaving…

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  • How Does Trade Shape The World

    constructing buildings and metals for making tools and weapons. The problem faced by the first trader was how to get the stuff from one place to another place. The author mentioned the evidence of earliest trade with the help of boats made from the skin of animals wrapped around wood or antler frame, these are termed as barges. These barges are able to carry some goods and few donkeys, as boats cannot travel upstream. The donkeys were used for the return journey to carry imports and valuable…

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  • Abiotic Factors Influencing The Distribution Of Biomes Case Study

    fallen in the . Michael L. McKinney, Robert M. Schoch & Logan Yonavjak (2007) tell us that a key characteristic of hot and dry deserts is lack of precipitation, they are classified by less than 250mm of rain annually. Some deserts such as the Atacama, situated in the Andes rain shadow receives less than 10mm of rain annually. A key characteristic of hot and dry deserts is the substantial diurnal temperature changes during a twenty four hour period. Desert’s average above 20 degrees with…

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  • Summary: The Cathedral Of Santa Maria Annunziata

    parts, offers a glimpse of the culture of the Middle Ages and presents a path through a theological maze, which sometimes escapes the true iconological interpretation. The mosaic has at its center the Tree of Life, along which the main representations are unraveled. At the top of the tree, there is an image of the Original Sin, which is the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden. This “episode” is preceded by several figures enclosed in sixteen medallions, which refer to animal or…

    Words: 1844 - Pages: 8
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