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  • Examples Of Monologue Of Nerian

    He disregarded what I had told him earlier and still tried to save me. My hands are free but I merely look at Nerian with eyes of sadness. I close my eyes and I remember an image of Nerian and what he had told me inside our cells before we left. 'You don 't decide on when to have courage. It comes from within you. It wakes your soul making you do the impossible. ' I open my eyes to the sight of Nerian being knocked down by the guards. One punches him on the stomach and the other punches hik on the side of his face, forcing him down on the ground. The guards hold me down as to prevent my escape. Nerian faces me with a bloodied face. "Why Fafnir? You have so much to live for." They drag him away by force up to the platform. They push him down on a block of wood where his neck fits perfectly. The people all watch silently with looks of malice still. The man dresses in black approaches Nerian. Something beats from inside me as the man I black takes a step forward. I feel a burning sensation welling up from inside me everytime the man takes a step forward. *thump* *thump* *thump* my heart beats fast. I try to inhale and exhale as deeply as I can to calm myself. I can 't... The feeling won 't go away... *inhale* *exhale* I can 't…

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  • Personal Narrative: Why I Go Back To My Cell

    We all were assigned a task, Bram was the one too find police uniforms for everyone, she worked laundry, it shouldn't be too hard. Dara was the one to find the cell key, she had a guard who really like her. Sidney was the one to find a way for us to get out, she used to be an engineer. That was the easy part, figuring out the plan, but to complete it, was gonna take brains over brawn. 10 days past by and almost everything was complete. The last thing was too put it into action. This is going to…

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  • The Garden Of Eden-Short Story

    I saw one of the younger kid’s he was about thirteen years old with short hair, he was struggling a lot with the course and began to lose his breath. He fell at the second to last hurdle and everyone began to over take him. I looked over to the guards… they noticed him. One of the guards came rushing over, swearing at the boy and lifted the boy by his ear. The boy began to whimper as the guard threw countless slaps across the boy’s face. The guard took the boy into the…

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  • Creatt Character Analysis

    Louie’s Most Important Character Traits Louie was always treated like an animal, caged up so that his dignity would be broken. In the hardest times, Louie would not give up but instead stand up to the POW guards. He was born in Torrance, California. Louie was impish, at a young age and he started to smoke and drink alcohol. He was a rebellious child growing up, which helped him survive many obstacles in the future. As Louie was growing up, he became a world class runner and even made it to the…

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  • Free Narrative Essays: Surviving Tabora

    rattle shake are the only noises we hear when we enter. In my ears I sense a cry throughout this filthy dump, a cry so emotional it would make you feel pain for your own being. My focus is snapped in half by the piercing roar of the fiery guards. “Off the truck now!” The guard screeches with his automatic rifle gun pointed at our heads waiting for one of us to make a mistake. One by one I nervously wait for my name to be called that my hands are so clammy it is like a pond of water in my…

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  • Adam And Arek Romaniuk: A Short Story

    city. Usually, there are high-security guards patrolling the whole city and if one of the guards caught you, you will be shot on site. Arek started coughing from all the dust, one of the guards came stomping in a fully armed vest, he saw us and pointed a rifle at us, I screamed not to shoot us he didn't say a word, just stared us. He grabbed both of us and threw us in a truck. He got in the front seat and drove to a prison. Once we were in the prison, there were many people in their cells…

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  • Essay On Ankle Arthritis

    metatarsalgia. I have seen stress fractures of lesser metatarsals due to increased pressure as a result of inefficient first ray. What is the Non Operative treatment? Orthoses have not shown to reduce bunion symptoms though a medial arch support can help bunions with flatfeet. Bunion guards and toe spreaders do not provide long-term relief. For those patients who are not suitable for surgery, accommodative shoes made of soft leather with extra wide and deep toe box can be useful. What is the…

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  • Karate Activity Observation

    Simultaneously, the right arm then goes forward while the left arm swings back to his side. Then the cycle alternatingly goes on—the flexion of his hip and knee, then the lifting of his foot forward. His heel will touch the ground followed by his toe, then the arm opposite to the leg in front would swing forward. I assumed that his strides would be larger because of his height, but it was average. His shoulders were kind of leaning forward when he performs the movement observed, but that was…

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  • Functional Movement System Case Study

    home-based exercise program that was shown to improve ankle range of motion. We recommended that subject 1 follow their program of warm up, resisted plantar flexion, and passive dorsiflexion for up to six months or until the normative value for dorsiflexion is reached. In addition, another possible intervention is an ankle mobility drill. This is when the participants goes to a wall and places one foot a few inches from the wall and the other foot places behind. The participant will then touch…

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  • A Case Study Of John Shelter's Collapse

    axillary, radial, median, and ulnar nerves are intact to motor and sensory tone bilaterally. There are not skin lesions or vascular compromise. Pelvis is stable. Left lower extremity shows full range of motion at the hip, knee ankle, and foot without tenderness to palpation, neurologic compromise, or gross vascular restriction. There is no tenderness to palpation. Examination of the right lower extremity shows the patient has tenderness to palpation along the lateral thigh, especially at…

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