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    Rain Racism

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    The Rain although very real has a symbolic message in that the rain is needed to do more than put out a fire and how the rain is not only quenching the fire but is doing so much more. The story explains, “One thing that would sure help if the old rain would start raining down.” The rain is needed to come down for more than just to help stop the fire. Its needed to stop all the racism that exists in this tiny town. The rain is not for just stopping the fire it's for ending the reign of the white racists. If the fire of racism continues to burn unchecked the world would eventually burn, the rain prevents a world disaster by stopping the reign of the racism. Furthermore the text states, “It came! It's raining! The old rain came.” This…

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    Right now, the system that is affecting Texas with rain is funneling moisture our way. That means the chance for showers will be around for the entire RTO for Friday-Sunday. Friday will be cooler than Thursday for eastern zones and warmer than Thursday for western zones. Philly’s high temperature will be in the mid-70s. The best chance for rain showers will be in the morning. On Saturday, the main system from Texas will move into western zones. Eastern zones could see some…

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    The Rain Bird Analysis

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    The story begins with rainfall, creating an ominous mood, forshadowing a fortokeing event. Within the text rain symbolizes change because the main character transforms from a human to a bird. Societally rain symbolizes the individuality and uniqueness present in America. The disparity between raindrops represent American people and their different cultures, livelihoods, or beliefs.I chose to make the main character in the story a bird to symbolize freedom and independence. These are two ideals I…

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    All Summer In A Day Rain

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    In the short story All Summer in a Day, Ray Bradbury uses rain to illustrate to the readers Margot’s and the other children’s dull and depressing outlook on life. Bradbury uses many different similes and metaphors to describe the setting and the emotions the characters are feeling. But, the most prominent metaphor and simile being used in All Summer in a Day, is that of rain. There are many instances of Ray Bradbury using the rain to describe the setting or even the characters emotions using…

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    Chapter 10. It’s More Than Just Rain or Snow In this chapter, Foster goes into the topic of rain. He talks a bit about snow at the very end, but rain is really the main focus. As we all know, rain can mean a lot of different things. Very often, it is paired with a thunderstorm. In this context it most likely creates an aura of hardship. If a character is already at a difficult time in their life, putting them in the middle of a thunderstorm just amplifies that. Now it goes beyond whatever they…

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    Acid Rain

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    Acid rain is any form of precipitation that is extremely acidic, causing harmful effects on the environment. The unusual acidity of acid rain is caused by the high levels of nitric and sulfuric acids in the atmosphere, generated mostly by human activities but also by natural activities. This document will describe the process of acid rain from creation to the effects it has on the environment. Chemical Sources In the formation of acid rain, natural and human-made sources are known to play a…

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    Purple Rain

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    Meaning is conveyed in a myriad of diverse ways through the use of various theatrical techniques. The form and manner in which meaning is presented can have a profound impact on its interpretation by the audience. In the film Purple Rain, meaning is introduced through the usage of the elements of editing, cinematography, and mise-en-scene. The meaning for particular scenes are revealed by the many different aspects that make up the mise-en-scene of the film. For example, throughout the film…

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    Acid Rain Task

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    The Issue of Acid Rain - SHE Task Jessie Zeitz Introduction In the 21st century, the use of cars, electricity, and coal burning power stations are being used more than ever before. This is making the issue of acid rain more and more relevant to today's society. As acid rain is not talked about much in the news, many people are not informed about it. Without it being publicly addressed much, people will not know the intensity of the situation and how bad this problem is. In Australia between the…

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    Acid Rain Essay

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    Acid Rain is best described as any form of precipitation with high levels of nitric and sulfuric acid. Acid rain or acid deposition is the result of burning of fossil fuels. About two-thirds of SO2 and one-fourth of NOx are released into the air; it comes from electric power generators. These chemicals react would react with water, oxygen, and other substances to form delicate solution of sulfuric and nitric acid to form acidic pollutants. The source of sulphur dioxide comes from volcanoes,…

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    Rain is much more than weather in literature. In Julia Alvarez’s In the Time of the Butterflies, rain is used to symbolize a time of trouble and confusion that has washed over the country, but the destructive element of the weather is also used to symbolize the new start that is to come for the Dominican Republic. In Minerva’s chapter six, a large section of the chapter is titled “Rainy Spell.” When Minerva says “The rain comes down all morning, beating against the shutters, blurring the sounds…

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