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    David Sandoval Analysis

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    soccer because she saw that people where David played were too rough. So she got David to start playing tennis again. His coaches were Poncho Ochoa and Yolanda Ramirez. Yolanda was the best female player that has ever come out of Mexico and she won two grand slams in doubles and mixed doubles and also made several finals in doubles and singles. She also won several high level tournaments and had wins against the famous Billie Jean King. Within one year David played his first tournament and got…

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    Pathos In Juror 8

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    A writer’s sense of satisfaction originates not from his or her completion of a piece, but from his or her technical expertise. Writers whom develop subtle, yet remarkable symbols or use syntax to reveal a character’s opinion or personality, are what every other writer aspires to be. For this reason, many writers are impressed by Reginald Rose because he uses syntax to convey the pathos, ethos, and logos of individual jury members as they discuss, argue, and debate the merits of the presented…

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    Crime, etc., but they give us a false sense of what an actual courtroom setup looks like. Unlike these shows, there are various steps that must be taken before the defendant is prosecuted. There is the arrest, initial appearance, bail is set, either a grand jury or preliminary hearing is conducted, arraignment occurs, along with all pre-trial motions being heard before trial, a trial is then started, a sentence is given, and sometimes the defendant appeals the charge. In contrast, assembly line…

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    From the swing of the racket to the way they move across the court, Venus and Serena Williams are both brilliant tennis players. Both sisters are equally successful in their lives outside of tennis, but their careers in the game are very different from each other. Venus Williams was born on June seventeenth, 1980 making her the older sister in the dynamic tennis duo. Her younger sister, Serena, was born on September twenty-sixth, 1981. Both girls were enrolled at Rick Macci’s Tennis Academy…

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    Machu Picchu would be a great travel destination because of its historical interest. Machu Picchu is one of the world's great archaelogical wonders and one of the most beautiful mountainous areas. Also, is a great historical site because of the history on how it was found. Furthermore, Machu Picchu would be a great historical travel destination because it is one of the world's great archaeological wonders. The story,"The Stones of Machu Picchu", says,"Despite the mysteries…

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    Grand Canyon History

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    that the rock found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon might be around 2 billion years old? Well the grand canyon is one of the best arrays of geological history in the world. It’s home to many different types of animals. It also hosts about 5 million tourists a year. Archaeologists are still not sure how it was formed. The Grand Canyon is considered one of the seven wonders of the world; it reveals millions of years of geological history. The Grand Canyon has a lot of importance, that some…

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    four friends Ruthie, Bonnie, Cathy, and Carol decided that they wanted to go on a road trip when they would meet up to discuss topics. They decided they wanted to go to the Grand Canyon because my grandma’s grandma had been there before and she said that the Grand Canyon had mule rides. Their goal was to make it to the Grand Canyon, but they also wanted to stop anywhere the wanted on the way there. When they left the state of Minnesota they stumbled upon museum of miscellaneous things to look…

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    The majority of Kate Chopin's short stories are set in the late nineteenth century in Louisiana, regularly provincial Louisiana. The greater part of the characters, as the vast majority of the general population living in Louisiana at the time, are Creoles, Acadians, Americans, African Americans, Native Americans, and individuals of blended race. With the exception of a percentage of the Creoles, the greater part of the characters are appallingly poor, in light of the fact that the zone has yet…

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    Percy Rodriguez Analysis

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    Rodriguez views his essay from a different point then Percy does. Therefore, where Percy may notice a flaw, Rodriguez may not notice it due to the difference in their opinions. Rodriguez may seem to have different point of view on his essay than Percy has, but that is expected because Percy focus on change in general experience, while Rodriguez focuses more on personal change. Rodriguez may agree with some of Percy’s points but, he also has the ability to rebut them especially when it comes in…

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    which made her the second black woman to win a Grand Slam title. The first being Althea Gibson. As an african american tennis player Serena has overcome and dealt with many difficulties. She has been told that she and her sister Venus (also a tennis player) are arrogant and unfriendly to others on the court and off the court. Serena is well known for her tennis skill and all the events that she has won at a young age. She also has more Grand Slams than everyone else in the field that isn’t…

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