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  • Personal Narrative Essay: I Build A Tree House

    the backyard. On a whim before going out I decided to let all three of our cats outside. However, I kept one with me by putting a harness and leash on her. I decided so that she could keep my friend and I company while we figured out our tree house. When I finally got her situated I turned to my brother and tried to join me. I thought since it was just the two of us we could use all the help we could put the plywood into the tree. Nonetheless, he was immovable. I was at least able to…

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  • Symbolism In Interpreter Of Maladies By Jhumpa Lahiri

    In the short story, interpreter of Maladies, Jhumpa Lahiri incorporates symbols to help the reader better understand the relationships that are shown. The symbols vary from objects to actions. Often times these symbols can be overlooked and rendered meaningless, but with intent examination they can help us better understand the story and the relationships that are portrayed. Interpreter of Maladies is a story centered around a family and their tour guide. This family includes a Mrs. Das, Mr.…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Being A Young Professional

    same interest to live with so that they do not have to deal with roommate problems. Cluster House Cluster house shared the same characteristic of townhouse except cluster house separated from home on left or right by 10 inches or less. It is a group of houses live in a regular contact. The benefit is neighbors do look out for each other in the cluster house community. The common amenities cluster houses enjoy are a communal pool, recreation room, and…

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  • Why Architecture Matters By Paul Goldberger

    Mohammed Waseem Chiraagh 1380983 ARCH 6313 - Critical Studies 3 Major Assignment Traditionally as humans, when critiquing a building our thoughts are based on the buildings form as a whole, one defined object or boundary made up of different components which creates the overall look, structure and how it fits into the contextual surroundings. In the text “Why Architecture Matters” Paul Goldberger, shows that not only the outer boundary or façade is important but that there is another dimension…

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  • Granite Bay Community Description

    On the North shore of Folsom Lake, about 25 miles Northeast of Sacramento, is the lovely community of Granite Bay. Home to over 20,000 residents, the placid suburb is located on the Eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley nestled among the Sierra Foothills. The small community is known as "A great place to live, work and play." The residents of Granite Bay can attest to the livability of the small community and all that it has to offer. The small Place County community is able to offer its…

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  • The Great Fire Analysis

    The Great Fire by Jim Murphy It was Sunday and an unusually warm evening for October eighth, so Daniel “Peg Leg” Sullivan left his stifling little house in the west side of Chicago and went to visit neighbors. One of his stops was at the shingled cottage of Patrick and Catherine O’Leary. The one-legged Sullivan remembered getting to the O’Learys’ house at around eight o’clock, but left after only a few minutes because the O’Leary family was already in bed. Both Patrick and Catherine had to be up…

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  • Middle School Students Make A Difference Essay

    I once asked a close friend of mine, “How can a middle school student make a difference?” He simply answered, “ At our age, to make a difference we have to have a drive to make a change. You can’t just blindly run into world wanting to do something; you need a plan, determination, and confidence to know that you can make a difference.” I thought about what he said and realized he had a point. Kids my age are so concerned about the little things we never actually see the bigger picture; that…

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  • Examples Of Personal Manifesto

    Personal Manifesto The subject of personal manifesto should never be something that is of foreign content. There are many different ways that you can be translated into a character. For instance, some contributors are your personality, your occupation, your habits, your work and motivation, and more. What a manifesto is, is what a community thinks of what you are rather than the content of your character. You are defined by society’s social queues and status quos. As a result, more than half of…

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  • Chopsticks Experiment

    If I were to do this experiment again, I would conduct a second test with random assignment among the subjects. This would change the nature of this study from a sample survey into a real experiment with the possibility to infer cause and effect relationships. In order to create different treatments for participants, I would randomly…

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  • Generosity And Definition Of Kindness: Video Analysis

    The inspiration for this question is a video commercial that showed a man being selfless and kind, and though he did not have much, he had the joy he brought people through being kind. This video allowed the question to arise what is kindness. This question is the question chosen for research. When starting research, there is not much information on definitions or studies of kindness. Through researching under the topic kindness there needs to be more research done on this topic for future…

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