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  • Lexovisaurus Research Paper

    A hundred million years ago a dark green, feeble Lexovisaurus emerged from a shiny, white egg. This Lexovisaurus’ name was Jacob, Jacob started walking towards a wet, lively fern plant. Jacob was obviously hungry after spending weeks in an egg so he immediately started eating. His small brothers came to eat the same fern plant because they were all born in the same nest. Lexovisaurus looked a lot like Stegosaurus but Lexovisaurus had more spikes. While the baby Lexovisaurus were eating, a bulky Megalosaurus named Asher was looking for lunch. Jacob saw Asher so Jacob hid in a bush near by while the other Lexovisaurus ate. Asher saw the baby Lexovisaurus that were eating so he jumped out and pick up one of the babies with his massive jaws. He crunched through the Lexovisaurus body causing blood, stomach acid and every bodily fluid imaginable to fly everywhere. Asher smashed through the baby's bones like a knife through butter. He then swallowed all the disgusting organs that were lying in his mouth, he slurped down all the intestines like a person eating spaghetti. At that moment while Jacob was hiding in the bush he knew that life wouldn’t be easy for him, he knew that it wouldn’t be easy to survive in the Jurassic. Three years after Jacob had one of his brothers eaten by Asher, Jacob was doing just fine. He had grown a meter in length and large spikes had started growing out of his shoulders. He was still small and feeble but he could defend himself from smallish…

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  • Adhatoda Vasica Research Paper

    Plants have major role in changing the life of human civilization both for health as well as quality life from ancient times. Since inception of knowledge about the usefulness, out of 258,650 species of higher plants 10% are considered to be useful for curing the diseases. (Shinwari 2010). From the human civilization different systems of treatments like Ayurveda, Unani, Naturopathy, Sidha, Homeopathy and many more have been devised ; but the source almost remain same i.e., medicinal plants for…

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  • Bracken Fern Case Study

    A LIVING HAZARD: BRACKEN FERN [Pteridium aquilinum (L.)Kuhn] INTRODUCTION With their large, shiny green and highly dissected leaves, ferns are so visually appealing and many of them are sold as ornamentals. But certain fern species can create substantial problems and they are herein called “problem ferns”. Pteridium aquilinum (bracken fern) is one of the problem ferns which cause the greatest range of problems on ecology and human welfare. Bracken fern has been described as one of the five…

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  • Red Fern Grows

    In the story Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls, a boy experiences a maturity transformation during difficult times. Billy Colman, a young boy living in Oklahoma, undergoes challenges through which his character and behavior mature. Throughout the book, Billy and his relationship with his two dogs impact his life and responsibility. Billy matures as he learns to accept suffering and to make sacrifices. Billy matures through the sacrifice of working hard to earn the dogs. Billy had…

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  • Fern Hill Poem Analysis

    analysing these two poems we can observe that “Fern Hill” by Dylan Thomas and “Let’s go to Barry Island, Maggie fach” by Idris Davies have many similarities as well as many differences. This can be seen during many occasions throughout both poems. In both poems the two main themes are people and places. In the poem “Fern Hill” the theme of people is revealed in the first stanza as Dylan Thomas personifies “Time” so that the reader thinks that “time” is a person. Dylan Thomas presents the theme…

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  • Where The Red Fern Grows

    Initially, I was under the impression that this class was going to be a joke. I had lived in the South for 21 years and thought I already knew everything about the South. After reading Dr. Eckard’s syllabus, I knew this was not going to be the case. From religion to southern dialect, this class presented the opportunity to learn more about the South that I had been exposed too. My three favorite posts this year was the discussion of family and gender, religion in the South, and The Evening Hour.…

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  • Analysis Of Advice To Ladies By Franny Fern

    Franny Fern uses her writing to comment on the identity of women. She uses satirical writing to point out the absurdity between men, women, money, work, and society. Her piece, “Advice to Ladies” demonstrates the typical American girl, obsessed with shopping and men. Fern attempted to make women realize the need and importance of women’s rights and independence. “O girls! set your affections on cats…” (1049) is one example of Fern’s satirical comparison between husbands and cats. Ferns makes a…

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  • Where The Red Fern Grows Analysis

    about. Little Ann and Old Dan are both heroically presented in both the book, “Where the Red Fern Grows” and its film adaptation. After reading and viewing both portrayals of this wonderful story, I have come to the conclusion that Ann and Dan are superb. This statement is quite an achievement to the dogs based on the various differences in the plots of both stories. Through these differences in the hunt, the first death, and the training, Billy Coleman’s dogs Little Ann and Old Dan are without…

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  • Where The Red Fern Grows Book Analysis

    This essay will be on the movie and the book f Where the Red Fern Grows. In my opinion, the movie was better because I do not like reading books. However,t the book had more detail than the movie e. The…

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  • Character Analysis: Where The Red Fern Grows

    “Look out for the people who look out for you. Loyalty is everything.” (Picture Quotes.com) In the story Where The Red Fern Grows there is a lot of loyalty and friendship between Billy and his dogs. They all stay true and loyal to each other because they are the best of friends. The writer of the quote said this because when someone isn't true to you they aren't loyal to you. Billy Shows that he is true and loyal to his dogs because he is always there for them, playing with them, and hunting…

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