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  • Home For The Kiddies Poem

    I chose to illustrate the poem Take One Home for the Kiddies by Philip Larkin through a short video. The reason I chose a video was because I wanted the viewer to be able to hear the poem being read aloud. Hearing the poem read from a male’s voice allows the poem to come to life, instead of the viewers reading the poem for themselves. Along with the poem being read aloud are pictures illustrating the language being spoken. For example, if the word horn was said, then a picture of a horn would be…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Mr. George Orwell's Shooting An Elephant

    A Rhetorical Analysis of “Shooting an Elephant” Caught between a rock and a hard place Mr. George Orwell is in “Shooting an Elephant”. Orwell’s features an entertaining and informative style of the characters and how they feel tend to draw us into Burma. Orwell utilizes the use of ethos throughout the story making you sympathize with the main character. In "Shooting an Elephant", Orwell tries to gain the sympathy of the Burman folk by expressing his feelings as an English man in Burma, yet he…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Fishing

    golden sun gleaming off the cool blue water, its rays finding their way through all the trees and their uprising branches. My happy place. The warm reds, pinks, and oranges light up the sky. The smell of freshly sprouted flowers in spring, fresh cut grass in summer time, to the bitter cold and scentless winter, every season of fishing is different. The sights and scenes are calming and I forget about my struggles and or problems. For that amount of time, I am a little kid again, fishing with my…

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  • Green Supplements Case Study

    Five to seven servings of fruits and vegetables a day. That’s what is advised that the average adult should eat a day for a balanced diet. More than 75% of all adults don’t consume this recommended amount, leaving our bodies nutritionally deficient. So what are we to do? Idyllically, we should try to eat what we need, but life gets in the way. Using green supplements can help fill the nutritional gap. 1. What Exactly is in Green Supplement Powder? Although each brand has their own custom…

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  • Police Corruption Research Paper

    Police corruption is a form of police misconduct in which law enforcement officers, such as police, break their social contract and abuse their power for personal or department gain. "For a corrupt act to occur, three distinct elements of police corruption must be present simultaneously: 1) misuse of authority, 2) misuse of official capacity, and 3) misuse of personal attainment" (PoliceCrimes.com, 2004). Police corruption is one of oldest and most persistent problem in American policing.…

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  • Erik Fisher Film Analysis

    took the ball and made a two-point conversion instead. I believe that this was the scene that foreshadowed the Erik Fisher Football Dream's upcoming failure. To make this project, I used LEGOS, cardboard, and cotton balls. I used the LEGOS as a grass base for the football field (setting). The card board was used to make my football players (characters). The cotton balls were used to make the black clouds that Paul Fisher described on page 125. I also used a large amount of paint to cover up…

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  • Gender Factors In The Lion King

    Disney is known for producing well-rounded children’s movies that promote high moral standards. Children think the story of The Lion King is about a young cub, Simba, who looses his father but returns to Pride Rock to save the Kingdom his father once ruled. However, behind this tale, there are political undertones (Hierarchy and race in Disney- Lion King). For instance, in The Lion King, lions are successful because they know how to rule. They have gender norms, they know the appropriate time to…

    Words: 1952 - Pages: 8
  • Comparing Edna And Adele In Robert Frost's Poetry

    I. 1. Contrast the characters of Edna and Adele. What are the major differences between them? Then consider the significance of Edna learning to swim. The first differences to distinguish between both Adele and Edna is that Edna is not Creole, while Adele is a Creole. Adele was committed to both her children and her married life which was expected of the typical Creole wife. For her children, she would make clothes for children regularly and would easily do what her husband expects of her. Edna…

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  • Contract Law Essay

    Omolola Fasayo Student Number 17231794 Words: 1500 LW118 Contract Law Problem Question Assignment Qu 1. Facts: Peig and Sarah entered a contract with Galway Bay Brewery. Galway Bay Brewery agreed to supply 100 kegs of beer a month for 6 months in exchange for €24,000. After a month Galway Bay Brewery because of broken machinery was only able to supply 60 kegs to which Peig and Sarah agreed to. After three months Peig and Sarah asked Galway Bay Brewery to supply the original 100 kegs per…

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  • Why Is Nubia Better Than Egypt

    Also, the Ethiopians made awesome temples, but the don’t even compare to the pyramids. Another thing is, that the Nubian civilian lived in poverty while the king sat up there in wealth. The normal everyday people are believed to have had to eaten grass!!! The everyday egyptian wasn’t treated like that. Even the very few slaves they had weren’t treated that bad. Scholars believed that Nubia controlled Egypt for some time. Nubia would have to be pretty powerful to conquer Egypt… Then again Egypt…

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