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    Community: a unified body of individuals. In a community, people come together to achieve great things and work together to bring each other to success. The theme of “If you work together, you can succeed” is conveyed in The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind through William’s education, the famine, and the process of building the windmill. William’s problems with education were solved by the community around him; his father, his teacher, and the people at TED. William’s teacher, Mr. Tembo, him…

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    Wind Energy Essay

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    Wind energy was first created as early as the fourth century when Egyptians used wind to propel sailboats on the Nile River. Later in the ancient times, the windmills converted wind into mechanical power which was used to pump water and mill grain. During the twelfth century, post mills came about in England and France. These wooden machines were rotated by hand. In the fourteenth century, the tower mill was developed. This was a sturdier and larger windmill. The blades faced the wind and the…

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    have imagined that ascetics of an establishment would matter more? If that seems too far-fetched to you, then keep reading because this report on wind energy and the reasons against will blow you socks off! Whether you call them windmills, or wind turbines the concept and process is still the same. They capture kinetic energy produced by wind, called wind energy, and convert it into electricity (www.usgs.gov, 2015.) The logistics and details of any new venture will always have both negative and…

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    carried out through insect pollination or entomophily. Other researchers have gone on to mention that wind or mixed pollination involving both insect and wind are involved. To establish which type of pollination is involved in the plant reproduction process, it is important to study the floral structure of the flower. If the flower in question is greenish, small and dangle in the wind as is the case with the Manitoba maple, the wind pollination is likely…

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    Homeless Gardener Essay

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    Wind blew through the cracks of fencing, sharing soft murmurs of indefinite promises and blew around the once long brown hair of the gardener who trusted the promises of the wind and let it grow into hope. The wind turned into longing whispers of of what once use to be. The ringing chimes fell silent after the long gone gardener no longer filled the bath where birds use to come to listen to the once peaceful…

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    Ponyboy's Pride

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    For example, Ponyboy referred to his hair as his pride. In what way did Johnny compare Dally to the Southern gentlemen in Gone with the Wind? Be specific and paraphrase what the book said in your own words or use directly quoted lines and then explain your thoughts on the comparison. In the novel, Johnny compares Dally to the southern gentleman from Gone with the Wind. Johnny used the time Dally took the…

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    to bring the walls down. Along with entire buildings!. The flames were good for about another several hours. There was a vent installed scratches were heard. Even John's truck alarm had gone off again. Terrified of the noise the clerks rushed out to check his store. He returns in despair screaming “my roof is gone! Shadows flickered around each candle. “ Are you sure this is our best option? Shouldn't we keep running away rather than staying in the middle of it!” Mrs Frank shouts out in…

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    Wind Energy Effects

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    Works he states, “Wind power is the cleanest and cheapest energy technology in the world” (p. 3). The average price per kilowatt hour for coal-burning energy was 10.4 cents in 2006, while wind power costs just 3 cents per hour in ideal conditions. Just solely considering this, wind energy has become more appealing to our world recently (Bryant, 2015, p.4). Because of the low cost, over 400 American manufacturing companies construct wind combines. Not only does wind energy from wind turbines not…

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    keep driving. Leo and Karli started talking and then both of them heard whooshing winds. So they sped up the car and when they finally arrived they had no extra time because of the rain and wind. So Karli put on her shoes as fast as she could “Karli, it's time for you to save this town for the second time.” Right once Karli and Leo started talking about the plan, the wind started to slow down. “The wind is almost gone.” exclaimed Karli sounding a little confused. “Trust me, it will come back. It…

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    1871 it was a day like no other. It was a day where everything went to flames. It was the time where sacrifices were made. It is a day of the great chicago fire. It was a city ready to burn. It was like any other day in chicago, it was sunday the wind was blowing very hard, it had been like this for a while now, the people of chicago pretty much got used to it, but that is not all to the story. In the windy city mostly everything was ready to burn. One of the things where buildings. There was…

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