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    In the story, “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” the gun and the mule are two apparent symbols that contribute to the meaning of the story. They both relate through the character Dave, a teenager who desires power, respect, and independence. The gun represents Dave’s idea of manhood, specifically Dave’s desire to be a man. The mule, most importantly, the death of the mule, symbolizes Dave, his growth into a man, and the passing of childish ways. Impulsively, Dave buys a gun thinking that it will…

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    Hi, I’m Elena Hoxha. I was born during the Middle Ages by my parents Eda and Ermo Hoxha. They were born Serfs, then, I thought it was pretty cool to be a Serf. It sounded cool. But, apparently, being a Serf sucks! When I was seven, Eda brought us some bread, it was coarse and black. This was apparently a special day for the Serfs. Then next time we got that kind of bread was a month after. As I grew up, my mom taught me how to do what every women Serf does. She also had me wake up at 3am every…

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    really hard to learn how to play soccer at the age of twelve, specially when there wasn’t a lot of field it practice at, and that it was that it was expensive to rent a field back then, but that’s again if you find a field available to rent! Fields back then were made of grass but all you can see was dust and if you fall then that’s it, you’re hurt. Ehab wished that he could practice often in fields like the ones we have now. So basically it was difficult to learn and practice soccer back…

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    Kickfest Reflection

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    By the end of September 26th I was exhausted. That was the day I did my semester project for civics class. I volunteered to staff the Kickfest soccer tournament that is held annually at the middle school. My day included field managing, working the concessions and even refereeing games. I volunteered with my friends Lindsay and Julia. We enjoyed the experience and plan on doing it again next year. We thought this was a really good way to help out a program that is on a budget and can't hire…

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    The words that are typed on this paper do not begin to describe the experience or the feeling in which I encountered today. Describing the place and all its elements would not be enough. La Ventana De Los Cielos is place outside of the norm. One could say, it’s a place of no judgment, where people are free. I knew I was going to have a great day even before I we got inside the farm. The decoration of the entire on the gate was breath. There were different quotes all over the farm. My farm quote…

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    While Dave had the gun in his position he felt superior; as though he was the “big” man in the field. When he was out in the field with Jim Hawkins mule Jenny, Dave was waving the gun around and bragging to Jenny about the damage he could do with the gun. Little did he know, he would end up accidentally shooting Jenny. Once he discovered the bullet wound on her…

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    What Is Aongus Life

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    more and more fields, until one day, he was the owner of every farm in the village. His neighbors, friends, and relatives did not know what to do, as the only way to Aongus’ heart was money. He considered himself to be king of the village, and disregarded any advice he was given. He punished those who disagreed with him by leaving them and their families without any source food. Those who disobeyed his orders were brutally beaten and forced to work in inhumane conditions in Aongus’ fields. For…

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    Engineering is a Profession Not an Occupation A good profession is not something you get to choose it’s something that chooses you. When I was just nine years old I took apart my parents treadmill just to know what it was like inside. I loved to tinker and build things to see how they worked all throughout my childhood. On the first day of my first engineering class the professor told us characteristics of a good engineer. The first thing she said was engineers are people who like to know how…

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    Mechanical Engineering According to The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), Mechanical Engineers are knowledgeable in math, physics, technology, and design. In addition to technical skills learned in school, the BLS states that creativity, communication skills, critical thinking and problem solving skill are crucial (“Mechanical”). In addition, Onet Online, a website supported by the United States Department of Labor, describes the skills of Mechanical Engineers as listening skills, math…

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    Athletes are constantly being asked which they prefer: artificial turf or natural grass. They want the ideal playing surface to compete on, which was the logic behind inventing artificial grass, but what people don’t know are the disadvantages that are associated with artificial grass. After researching the downsides to turf, I read about a study that states that seventy-one percent of injuries on turf are traumatic injuries and the other 29% are for overuse injuries. This includes both…

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