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  • Meg Whitman

    I have not been bought or sell anything on eBay but I have been bought cloths on another online shop. I felt that bought something on online is convenient. Nowadays technologies are very powerful so that we can shop on online. We can pay thought online payment to buy what we want. Some online shop may be cheat our money but eBay won’t be that. I can ensure that eBay won’t cheat our money it is because my cousins have been bought some clothes, jewelry and more. She is a coins and stamps collector, that’s why eBay are the most suitable online shop to her. On her experience, she told me that am a buyer must be found a seller that you can trust on. She told me that items on eBay that quality quite good as others. Another from that, I have a friends which is come from United States , he told me that he are the seller on eBay. He has managed his business on eBay to add on some pocket money. EBay are the biggest and responsible online shop. EBay can let us learn about how to be a seller. We must be in good faith while operate a business on eBay. I think that eBay can sell more items to increase the quantity of customer. EBay have discount and free…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Barbie: My Favorite Doll

    Barbie is My Favorite Doll When I was a little girl, I thought nothing in the world could delight me more than a Barbie doll. She has often stayed with me in spirit and acted like a model for me to follow, when I have grown in my childhood. Indeed, Barbie doll is like a life-like figure, who stimulated my imagination, encouraged me to move on when I felt sad, enlightened me when I was in the dark. Interesting, Barbie doll was also my faithful friend, always lending its ear to listening to my…

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  • Colleen Moore: The First Step In Hollywood

    Colleen Moore was an American film actress in silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and popularize with her's bobbed haircut.Moore was the eldest child and she owned dollhouses as a child, but her father suggested that she should pursue her passion for miniatures and dollhouses by creating the "doll house" of her dreams. She started taking her first step in Hollywood when she was 15 years old,her uncle arranged a screen test with American film director like…

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  • Lago's Love In Othello

    The characters in the play Othello by Shakespeare depict different attributes from revenge to love. The behavior of Lago is the subject of analysis of the essay. Lago’s attitude towards women and Othello is appalling. He feels an obligation to serve Othello while also accusing him for having an affair with his wife. In Act one, scene three, Lago believes that Othello has slept with his wife. He states; “it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets/ he has done my office” (1.iii.286). Lago is the…

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  • Away From Her And Bear Came Over The Mountain Analysis

    and certainly the clearest of the latter, is the section in which Grant and Fiona go on a walk/ski in a park. The substantial differences between the scene and the passage, range from difference in dialogue to difference in visuals. This section is an excellent example of the drastic differences sometimes found in adaptations, and allows for the presentation of a case for the…

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  • The Importance Of Being Earnest Play Analysis

    example they only cared about the name “Earnest” when it came down to marrying John and Algernon. The women never looked at their personality, character, work ethic, etc. The last theme that I could distinguish would be that love always wins. At the end of the play John and Algernon are able to marry the women that they truly love. Even though Algernon’s name wasn’t really “Earnest” Gwendolen still forgave him. The Scenic Design helped me understand the time period the play was taking place. The…

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  • It Is Not Worth Racing Essay

    the same genre where the protagonist is not always the victor, especially when it comes to film scenes that involve racing. I chose the title, “It is not Worth Giving Up When it Comes to Racing,” because in these movie scenes the protagonist does not win a particular car race. After losing the race they realize that it is not over. They realize that one loss is just the beginning to a great new start in their lives. The film scenes being compared have to follow certain rules. The…

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  • Theatre Observation Report

    obvious that the auditorium had not been renovated in a while, the seats were uncomfortable, and it was small. However, based on what we talked in class about the quality of the community plays, my expectation was not very good going in. The purpose of this play was to entertain the audience and the environment was a distraction to this. There were many distractions that made it hard to enjoy the show and the production had a lot of things that could be worked on. One of the aspects of the…

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  • Cinematography Techniques

    may seem as simple as holding a camera, a skilled cinematographer, with insight as to how a scene should be filmed, can make or break a movie. Varied filming techniques throughout a movie are important so as not to lose interest, but certain themes work well among genres. It’s also important to avoid trying to use every known filming technique in a single movie as it can create a sense of overwhelming confusion. A skilled cinematographer is one who brings these ideas together…

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  • Analysis Of Tobermory By Lewis Hayes

    set up your characters and location from the first few scenes. However, I have a couple of concerns with the writing (repetition, grammar, readability), format (scene breakdown style), structure (montage, scene selection, conflict), and scenes (repetition, formatting). There is a suitable structure and the narrative flows in appropriate sequential order. The tone of your film upon initial read is engaging. Appropriate filmic drive but the writing brought down the readability. It felt rushed and…

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