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    Darth Vader, and hold Princes Leia hostage, in their efforts to conquer the rebellion against the Galactic Empire. Luke joins many other including ones like Han Solo, captain of the Millennium Falcon, to work together with the companionable droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO, to rescue the princess and to help the Rebellion and restore freedom and justin to the galaxy. I believe as if characters either fear or…

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    VEX Robotics

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    The years of high school are some of the most important for many. The events of that brief moment can shape the future of many in unexpected ways, whether it be for better or worse. As a high school student, I have yet to see just how the choices I make even now will shape the future, but I can see them gradually taking root. The studies, classes, and other activities that I have taken have presented a different way to look at the world and increase my knowledge, giving new options for later in…

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    Journey. Moreover, the archetypes or the embodiments of the characters common in every myth that Campbell explains in his theory are also present in the movie. There is a hero (Luke Skywalker), a mentor (Obi-Wan Kenobi), an ally (Han Solo), a herald (R2-D2), a trickster (Chewbacca), a guardian (Uncle Owen), a shapeshifter (Han Solo), and a shadow (Darth Vader) with their respective on-screen equivalents. The mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, has an important role in the growth of the protagonist, Luke…

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    Joseph Campbell defined myth as "other people's religion." However, he also said that one of the basic functions of myth is to help each individual through the journey of life. The Hero’s Journey is a pattern of narrative identified by Campbell. All stories consist of common structural elements of the twelve stages that composed in The Hero’s Journey. Star Wars, by George Lucas, is an excellent movie. This movie is filled with original and mythic patterns. The ideas represented in the film are…

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    Star Wars Editing

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    Star Wars is an all time classic movie that influenced generations of fans with its characters, score, and editing that created a legacy unlike any film before. Star Wars had the luxury of an all star cast that gave a heart to a far off galaxy. John Williams incredible score was able to bring a futuristic movie to audiences with a classic feel. Although, it was the award winning editing team transformed Star Wars into the iconic film we have today. Together all of these factors made the story…

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    hand, map in the other to make our way towards Star Tours. The wait time was rather long, however time seemed to go by at a steady quick pace and in no time we had our 3D glasses in hand, ready to board our flight. C-3PO was our captain along with R2-D2 and before our departure we learned that our cabin was carrying a rebel spy, and we had to return him safely. Which we did of course, but being slightly shaken up on our way. After our adventure at the Star…

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    Welcome to the Dark Side (Still deciding on an opening sentence) In the first episode of Star Wars the Phantom a Menace Qui-Gon Jinn, a Jedi master and his young padawan Obi Wan kenobi are sent to Naboo as ambassadors to negotiate a deal with the trade federation in hopes to end the blockade. Negotiations ended badly causing them to flee and they met a Gungan named Jar Jar Binks while running through the jungles of Naboo. Jar Jar took them to the hidden underwater city called Otoh Gunga to keep…

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    Sesame Street Theme Songs

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    “Sunny day, sweepin’ the clouds away, on my way to where the air is sweet, can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” These catchy lyrics can only be identified as the iconic children's show, “Sesame Street”’s theme song. Over the years, the program has come a long way from its creation, first episodes, and cast and special guests. Despite these changes, Sesame Street remains a household favorite and will continue to be for years to come. As the eventful decade of the 1960’s…

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    Emmie Lew #11271 Ms. Baldwin English 8 November 18, 2015 Star Wars Analysis The protagonist is Luke Skywalker. This is because his actions propel the story and deliver the climax. This is because he climax is when Luke shoots down the Death Star. Without Luke the climax wouldn't have been delivered. The antagonist is Darth Vader because Darth Vader makes all decisions to eliminate the Rebels. He is the head of the force that is going against the Rebellion. The foil character is Han Solo. Han…

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    Aspergillus Case Study

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    Introduction Aspergillus is a saprophytic ubiquitous fungi genus, which includes more than 200 species. This genus have positive and negative impact to human being. Some species of Aspergillus have pharmaceutical applications, but at same time, this genus could be pathogen of respiratory diseases, and also it could synthesys potent carcinogens. The most pathogenic specie of Aspergillus for human is A. fumigatus, which causes a wide range of sickness, depending to the immunological system of…

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