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  • Summary: No One's POVA

    No One's POV. Izzy is in the medium size oak wood cabin. She is sharpening her sword that is made out of a light metal material and the sword itself is easy to maneuver. She's in a Japanese sitting style on the polished wooden floor of her bedroom, dipping her light silver and blue handled sword into a bucket full of water. She's closely staring at her sword to see if it is clean from the blood that had almost stained it from an earlier mission. The blood from the sword disperses into the once…

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  • Essex Care Observation

    On February 3rd, 2016 I went to the Essex County Welfare Department. Essex County is located in the northeastern part of the state of New Jersey (essexcounty.org, 2016). There, I completed an observation on the atmosphere, the diverse population entering the facility, how the staff reacted to their customers, and gave careful consideration on somethings this division could enhance. This paper will include a detailed overview of my experience when visiting this department. I decided to car pool…

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  • Distinctively Visual Analysis Essay

    In this set, there are a lot of props symbolized different meanings. The use of chairs, steps, wooden floors and shelves, it is a kind of remodeling the deck in a real ship of Venice. There are some fishes in the fish globes below the chairs represent out of freedom, people fed and fished fishes and animals from Venice. Also, the fish globes denote a microcosm of Venice’s lagoon, singular ecological environment…

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  • Personal Narrative: Sparky's Den

    As I walked down the hallway of the Memorial Union, I search for the staircase that will bring me to my haven for the next hour and a half. After I expressed worry to my friend that I would have nowhere to go during my long class breaks, she told me that Sparky’s Den is where she goes to hang out between classes. As I descended down the gray staircase, I pictured what the room would look like; with a name like Sparky’s Den, I saw a crowded room with dark brown wooden paneling on the walls, dim…

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  • Personal Essay: The Father Of My Father

    A heavyset man who would go clobbering around in his boots and overalls, basically glaring at anyone who came around him, is what some people remember of my father. All his friends and family remember him as a man with too many jokes to tell. My father was very intimidating to people at first glance with his bulky 6’4’’ frame. His salt and pepper hair contrasted greatly from his dark olive complexion. Behind his think glasses hid a stern face, but soft, tired brown eyes. Even though he was…

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  • Proximity Portion Of Nonverbal Communication

    Nonverbal communication is more important than you would ever imagine. This type of communication can vary from facial expressions all the way to touch. According to the book, “Nonverbal communication also influences how individuals interpret messages, especially those related to feelings, moods, and attitudes.” If you are upset with a friend, family member, or significant other it is very unlikely that you are going to tell that person. You would keep your distance from that person and probably…

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  • My Experience In The Wheelchair Experience

    A. Summary of my experience My first experience in the wheelchair was Sunday September the 25th when I made a trip to Wal-Mart in Nacogdoches. I got out of my truck and walked to the back and let the tailgate down. I then retrieved the wheelchair out of the back of the truck and then sit down. There was five people standing four cars up from where I parked. They glared at me and I knew what was going through their minds, as I passed I could hear them talking although I do not know what was said…

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  • Movie Theater Advantages

    creating a drive in movie or creating a more relaxing environment with servers who bring you food and drinks . At a new movie theater, Casa Blanca in San Antonio, Texas, they offer a new way for customers to enjoy movies in comfortable reclining chairs. While, society is always offered the option to enjoy a newly released film at the movies it is always an option to stay at home and watch the same film. Weather you are at home or the movies you can enjoy the same movie, but with slightly…

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  • Motorized Trauma

    Introduction Limited range of motion often incapacitates individuals from living a full life and often requires time and the resources of caretakers to pander to needs to physically handicapped patients. With the maturation of the ‘baby boomer’ generation, there is a sudden onset of the need for specialized care for the geriatrics, but without the labor force to match the demand. With the advancement of technology, new needs can be met. Standard wheelchairs are bereft of motion without…

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  • Hammock Chillout Essay

    Handmade Hammock Chillout Chair FEATURES I’ve had hanging chairs in the past but I’ve never known true comfortable until the day my very own Hammock Chillout Chair arrived. From the first time I sunk into it I knew that I had made the right choice. I love the fact that it’s made from soft, eco-friendly material, so much better than the cheap scratchy coverings I'm used to with furniture like this. My favorite part of the chair has to be the wooden crossbar; each one is hand sources from the…

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