Mazda Cosmo

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Germany

    green, a breathtaking emerald green, one that I have never seen before. “Wir sind Fertig, los gehen junger” Joachim says, one of the guys with us (we are ready, let 's go guys) (put in the paragraph arriba)The schnitzel I had for lunch took all of the space in my stomach, therefore I didn’t feel like I could hold on that tight again for three more hours. I talked to Burkhard, and we both decided that going back in a car would be a better option this time. The vehicle I was going with was a light electric blue Mazda Cosmo, a racing car from the 60s. It was the smallest car I have ever been on. So small I even had to take my boots from the motorcycle gear off. The car was safer than the motorcycle, which allowed us to go at a speed of around 100 miles compared with the motorcycle which we would go at around 130 km. As I wasn’t riding in the motorcycle anymore they went even faster. As we approach a curve Jan, the driver, accelerates to show me the power of his Mazda Cosmo. On the other side of the curve another car from our group had stopped. Jan hits the brakes as hard as he can, trying not to hit them. He loses control for a moment as the car starts to go in circles on the road. Trying to hold on as tight as I can, the only two possibilities I see are 1either hitting the mountain or going down the cliff. Luckily enough he was able to gain control once again and we were able to stop just in time. I hit my head against the window, but I didn’t feel any pain. We try to get…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Zoroastrianism

    Final Examination 1. Describe the principle concepts which Zoroastrianism is credited with contributing to Western Religions Zoroastrianism was founded by a prophet Zoroaster who had a vision by high god Ahura Mazda, and reflects an outgoing, universal battle of Ahura Mazda, the good god, and Angra Mainyu, the evil spirit, between the truth and lie while human beings must decide which side they want to choose. Zoroastrianism contributes to Western Religions with eschatology, resurrection, and…

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  • Anna Monon And Vendetta Short Story

    Anna Monson, Sam Blankenship, and Mattie Rametta Horror Story Henry was a small child who had just turned the age of nine. He lived with his grandpa who was seventy-three. Henry’s grandpa didn’t pay much attention to Henry, he had dementia and other mental diseases so he didn’t know much about taking care of Henry. From the age of five Henry had to learn how to care for himself. Henry was very intelligent, he had to learn how to cook food for himself, wash his clothes, and take care of other…

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  • The Money Richard Corey Analysis

    The Money – Richard Corey As I closed my eyes so as to not witness my death, I felt the thankful burning sensation in my body as I was transported to a port town. There I opened my eyes to a sunny market street and thanked my luck for still being alive. As I was walking through the street, looking for something to eat as I was famished, I was amazed at the wealth of this coastal town. They had everything from saffron and silk clothes from the East and ivory from Africa. As I went into one of…

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  • A Very Old Man With Wings Analysis

    In the story of a very old man with wings An old guy basically falls out of the sky and a woman and husband kind of use his wings as a thought that he will be bring them good luck and fortune. The wife and husband tie him up in there chicken coop and charge the townspeople to see this new attraction. I believe the people in the story did not want to believe maybe this could be an angel because then they would have to think about maybe my life is a whole lie and there really are angels and it…

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  • The Story Of The Grandfather

    Once upon a time there lived a very poor family who lived on the outskirts of a little village. The family had little, but they were happy. Their house was only two rooms, they had only one cow to live off of and continually needed to go the market for more provisions. One day the father of the family came home, walking dejectedly along the worn out dirt path he walked every day of the week. It was the afternoon and the father had just got home from a long day of work. He was carrying a bag in…

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  • Essay On The Short Happy Life Of Francis Macomber

    Success in challenges produces good thoughts and actions which create good feelings. Consequently, failed challenges produce the opposite. In this story two men and the woman, as humans, who face life as it progresses. The acceptance of each situation as they happen, prove to be either a challenge to succeed; or a failure. When failure triumphs over success, the action that follows must first be one of remorse followed by understanding. This is not the case here with the individuals in “The…

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  • A Character Analysis: A Walk To Beautiful By Jimmy Wayne

    A Walk to Beautiful tells the life story of country singer and songwriter Jimmy Wayne who, unfortunately, was put through, but luckily, overcame various severe obstacles and challenges he faced throughout his life. The book not only follows the experiences he faced but shows the people he met who impacted his life along the way and shadows his road to success as a musician and someone who strives to make a difference in the lives of those who have been through similar experiences. Jimmy Wayne…

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  • What Does Fire Symbolize In Fahrenheit 451

    Everybody knows that fire has a happy view in society today. Fire is seen as warm, comforting, and safe. Maybe, just maybe, fire isn't exactly what everybody thinks and knows it to be. In the book “fahrenheit 451” fire is one of the main and many issues throughout this book. As you read this book you will see that throughout fire is mentioned in many places at many different times in the book. Characters will be introduced throughout, such as our main character Montag, Beatty, and Clarisse.…

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  • The Crow In The Woods By John Updike Analysis

    The Crow in the Woods The Crow in the Woods by John Updike is unlike any other story I have read before. The author does an odd but wonderful job in describing in detail the thoughts and surroundings of an average married man. This story meets course goal number seven as it enhances the students’ understanding of the value of holistic thinking in making informed judgments and in applying values as they become increasingly conscious of what is at stake if we fail to understand the relationship…

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