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    State Memorial History

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    New Berlin United’s season ended after losing 1-3 in the State Semifinal game against Catholic Memorial. United lost the first two sets 17-25, 20-25 but gained some momentum and took back the third set by winning 25-23. Catholic Memorial came back and won 25-19 in the fourth set. After winning this game, Catholic Memorial moved on to the championship game to beat Marquette and win the State Championship. Although they didn’t pull off the win, United didn’t perform poorly, according to head coach Nick Maske. “[The match against Catholic Memorial] was the best we blocked all season.” he says. “Our passing and hitting weren't as strong as they were on Friday night, so if we were to pass and hit better on Saturday morning we could have definitely…

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    You decide Per the (UNOS) United Network for Organ Sharing nationally there are over 122,000 people waiting for organs. (WWW.donors1.ord, n.d.) Making an important decision like one who receives a heart ready for transplant, especially when it matches more than one person high on the list is problematic. We utilize many different methods to determine who is the final recipient. This heart almost unheard of, has been confirmed to match three recipients. Several factors amongst fairness comes into…

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    Wrestling Match Process

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    The immense anticipation before a wrestling match is an amazing sensation of mixed emotions. Every wrestler there has one burning questions in their mind while waiting when will their name be called to get on the mat. Every wrestler is warming up with their coach so they can loosen up their muscles and get the sweat pouring. But, at the same time their mind is racing like stallions in a grassy meadow. It jumps from scenario to scenario never leaving out any meaningless detail. When your card is…

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    Essay On Wrestling Match

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    “Go!” the referee said as the wrestling match had commenced . I had my Woodward singlet on, headgear, and a mindset of the ultimately pinning my opponent to win the Wolverine tournament. I remember my father and wrestling teammates to my left, cheering me on to win the match with the faint memory of my father screaming “Let’s go Buddy Boy!”. I couldn’t let them down, I was exhausted and this was my third match deciding if I won the tournament. I wasn’t going to let them down pre thinking my…

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    Match Point Essay

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    The two terms/concepts are voice-over and diegetic sound in the film’s LA Confidential, Match Point, American Beauty, and Zero Dark Thirty. Diegetic sound within the cinematic film domain include tracks of various sounds that are in synchronization with the film and additional sound narrative that includes voice-over. Earning two wins and seven Academy Award nominations, L.A. Confidential director, Curtis Hanson depicts the crime/drama/mystery/thriller genre film that fades-in to an extreme…

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    Match Point Aristotle

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    People are afraid to face how great apart of a life can be, depending on one’s status of luck that they posses. As Woody Allen discusses in regards to this topic, “Its scary to think so much is out of one’s control.” This quote is taken from the film Match Point forces someone to look into the tragedy that consumes the listener. The existence of this type of madness can be understood through an examination of Aristotle’s elements of definition towards tragedy. As according to Aristotle, “A…

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    Waikato Rugby Union speaks up about the match fixing game allegation (this is my feature story) After the Ranfurly Shield game that occurred on October 3, 2015, there is allegation that one of the team players in WRU organization, Stephen Donald was involved in a match fixing game. The Waikato Rugby Union had a press conference on October 7, 2015 to answer the match-fixing allegation that they received from the media during the Ranfurly Sheild game. In the press conference General Manager,…

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    “ Come on, let's move! “ she importuned, urging me to move. “ But I don’t want to! “ I whined with laziness. “Just come, it’ll only take a little while.“ she pleaded while getting out of the blue foam pit. “ OK, lets go. “ I replied, then we left the pit and started walking to the trampolines. When we arrived, I spotted Alexis and Mia, they were jogging with extreme focus from one side to the other. “ What are you doing ? “ I asked Mia. “ We’re trying to find out who can run to the side…

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    Sports Wagering is rapidly growing in the United States as more and more people continue to participate every day. Now, does this harmfully affect our society or is it beneficial because it helps our economy is grow? Ryan J. Martin and Sarah Nelson state, “Excessive gambling participation and gambling-related problems are associated with numerous negative consequences and are highly correlated with other risky behaviors in the college student population” (Martin and Nelson). In their journal…

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    injured so I had to wrestle in the varsity match. As I stepped out onto the mat for the first time, I looked over and began analyzing my opponent: a shaved head, tattoo covered arms, and 200 pounds of solid muscle. What did I get myself into? Here I am about to wrestle in my first match against someone who looked like an ex-convict. I kept trying to calm myself down, but nothing was working. We both shook hands, got in our stances, and the ref blew the whistle to start the match. Neither…

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