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    Be like the Fred and Ginger and go round & round, and do some hula-hoop! Get all things in a written proof Once you are done finalising the contract, get the things in writing proof.  Get the start and stop time in writing.  Get the name of the key performers in writing. `  Ask them to play your selection, not…

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    In 16 years, I have heard people call others names plenty of times, and I’ve often found myself at both the delivering and receiving end of name calling. When I was 3, I called a girl a "bucket head" and threw a hula hoop at her. At age 7, upon moving to America, I someone called me an "alien." The other day I called my friend a “dumbass.” While I’ve experienced many different versions of name calling, only recently have I sat down to ponder the effects of using these phrases and what they mean…

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    1950's Vs Now

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    Lemond Singleton History 12-12-16 Thomas Dicke Life in the United States, then and now. Though most of you reading this have not been alive since the 1950’s, based on books, shows, testimonies and other sources you know that life then is completely different compared to now. In the 1950’s people lived in completely different areas, worked different types of jobs and had completely different hobbies and interests compared to the people of the 2000’s. In this Essay, I will be comparing life in…

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    playground equipment was mostly made of wood so we tried to avoid that at all cost. I received plenty of splinters and blisters from the monkey bars, therefore, I knew better. There were kids screaming and yelling everywhere. Some were playing kickball, hula hooping, jump roping and even playing hide and seek. My friends and I were more interested in practicing our cheers and swinging on the swing…

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    Maya Angelou Biography

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    her mother’s chocolate cake, dumplings, green beans, vanilla ice cream, and stuffing. For fun, Glenda rode her bike, played baseball and hide and go seek, read, and listened to the radio. Her favorite toys were a boy doll called Tommy, marbles, her hula hoop, board games, and paper dolls. Tommy was the favorite out of all of them. Glenda’s childhood was both work and play. She had to dust the house, iron the sheets, dry dishes, and help take care of Mary Ann, who was about eight years younger…

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    I Alright, so this topic is about how competitive youth sports are beneficial. Although they are still pretty expensive. Although they are still a good choice to sign up your child in. For example, it will get them some confidence, and can get their head in the field of ‘making friends.’ Most kids don’t have too much confidence, or even don’t have the time to play competitive sports, and if more people joined, then even more would join and more-and so on. So, another reason that competitive…

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    I have been dancing for as long as I can remember. Of course, I don’t actually remember the first time I performed on stage, but my mom has pictures of me in a pink leotard and a grass hula skirt for proof. The first time I remember dancing was when I was around five years old, in tap class, learning a move called the coffee grinder. I remember looking in the mirrors as I swung my leg around and jaggedly jumped over it multiple times before I could get the move down. I felt super proud of myself…

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    Jake Burton Essay

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    “snurf”, a freestanding board with a rope and no bindings, where the rider could slide down hills with little control. Jake saw immediate potential for an industry and sport, but not by the “snurfing” company who marketed their product as if it was a “hula hoop or something”. After a failed attempt at making the University of Colorado’s ski team, and a stint at grooming and exercising racehorses, Jake enrolled in New York University to study economics. That…

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    are done both mounted and dismounted. Some activities include zigzags, in which the child actually leads the horse through it with a seperate set of reins apart from the halter, color association, where the child throws objects into a specific color hula hoop, memory games, and many more. By doing these activities, They learn how to lead a horse, use vocal commands to make the horse move,and learn how to direct the horse to a certain direction. These activities help the kid stretch, and work…

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    Socratic Seminars

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    Trip. There are times when my colleagues who coach a sport need support at a game and I am always there to serve. During VMS Winter Assembly, I was part of the teacher team that WON! I was third in Front of the Sleigh and Back of the Sleigh, and the Hula Hoop…

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