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  • Uic Wind Ensemble Concert Report

    The Hit and Run UIC Wind Ensemble was conducted by Jose Oliver Riojas and performed by the students of UIC Wind Ensemble along with the performance of marimba and percussion by Jordan Kamps, Peter Ferry, and Chris Sies. The performance took place at the UIC Theatre, which was located on 1044 W Harrison St. The show was on Thursday, March second, 2017 at 7:30 PM. The theatre was very crowed with many older adults who came to support their families and friends’ performance. There was not enough seat, so many students who came to the show had to sit on the stair. It was unexpected to witness many people who came to the performance since most people often would go to famous artist concerts instead. The room was empty silent as the audience was focusing on the performance. As soon as the performance came to an end, the room was filled with excitement, laughter, and loud applauses. The show started with Nothing to Fear, Nothing to Doubt by Jess Turner, whom was also present at the event. This piece started out quite dramatic with loud music and got even more exaggerated as the piece progressed throughout the performance. Then, the music slowed down, got softer, and came to an end. The dramatic effect was a perfect way to begin the show because it attracted the attention of the audience and established an unforgettable memory in the eye of the viewers. Gustav Holst composed the second piece, First Suite in E Flat. The three movements of this piece included the “Chaconne,”…

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  • Cohesive Team Essay

    1) a group of people does not necessarily constitute a team. The first and most important task is to shape this group into a cohesive team. First stage in developing a positive and efficient work team involves a series of development strategies, will help to build a productive and positive relationships within the group, as a team. The initial strategy to establish team members to participate in the team goals and objectives, including the mission and vision statement. Mission statement is a…

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  • How Does Steinbeck Describe A Woman's Relationship With Men

    the lives of animals, and react similarly to the man in the truck. Including,confronting the animal, or thing instead of trying to avoid it. Before, the turtle encountered both the woman and the man on the road it was initially,on a piece of grass along the roadside. At first, the author was describing the scenery of the situation, as well as the location of the turtle in the grass with astonishing detail. The author described the setting as a very bright day with little life around, with the…

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  • Pastor Abuse

    ****The short story below is part of a larger work that is, yet, incomplete. All events are true; the letter from my senior “pastor” is verbatim. There were certain names that were left out for privacy sake**** All the previous abuse culminated with a spiritual awakening. The Lord began to bring clarity to my heart. I realized that scripturally I needed to address the issues ongoing in my marriage. The abuse began to take a toll on my church life. I was so afraid of my husband that I avoided…

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  • Book Review: Cold Mountain

    Then Inman still on his journey remembering the same memory when she was on his lap when he was walking he saw someone. He saw the preacher who name was Veasey and went with inman on his journey even inman really did not have a choice. Inman and the preacher met a man name junior and they drank with each other where woman started to enter the house and where all over Inman one girl Lila was all over him and she stared to stip when Junor came with a gun angry at them and kick them out and took…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Rap Bible

    posts for sentence structure, grammar, and all of the wonderful things in the world of the English language. As of right now, what you see is what you get. I make no apologies for it and I am not very fond of correcting it. So if you are an English buff, ignore the mistakes and read in the spirit of the post. I am a reader. I read one book a week (or maybe even more). The books I read are not always religious books. I read everything. I enjoy entrepreneurship books the most. For a list of my…

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  • Shane And Pale Rider Film Analysis

    trusted by most besides the family he lived with and worked for. After some time Shane eventually earned the trust of part of the town and drove out the gang who was sabotaging the town. On the other hand, The Preacher was trusted pretty quickly and respected because he came to one of the citizen's aid. The towns had two completely different views on them, but they both were accepted and admired by younger kids in both of the movies. In Shane, he comes to the town and helps them with gun…

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  • Sacred Rhetoric Summary

    There are many problems with today’s preaching and Pasquarello in his book Sacred Rhetoric: Preaching as a Theological and Pastoral Practice of the Church examines how this can be fixed (vii). Preachers need to go back to the foundations of good preaching exemplified in those preachers of the past who practiced “doctrine, biblical exegesis, worship, spirituality and the moral life, and so forth” (vii). This book review will examine selected preachers that Pasquarello presents, with an emphasis…

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  • What Is The Theme Of Violence In Townie By Andre Dubus

    On a trip to England, at his wife’s cousin 's home in Oxford, a large black preacher appeared to him in a dream and repeated to him, "You 're gonna die" (Townie, page 343) This was his epiphany. “Seconds before, when I was still in the dream, I’d begun to hear those words as a warning that I must change, but no more: this was a predictor of my intermediate future… I knew I would probably die today or maybe the next and it would have to be violent, wouldn’t it? Isn’t that what the black…

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  • Analysis Of A Preacher Without A Pulpit

    Preacher Without a Pulpit Preachers are respected figures of the religious community. I had a chance to follow Pastor William Reed for a week and got to learn more about the man that I see on Sunday mornings. It’s hard to picture the man behind the preacher, but after a few days I realized that my preacher is a man of God but more man than expected. As time went by and the questions were asked I got an incite of his life with and without a pulpit. Many times, people get it in their mind that a…

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