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  • Frozen Movie Essay

    begins to grow extremely ill and minute by minute getting colder and colder. One more musical number and finding out a solution to her progressing problem, Anna is rushed back to Arendale by Kristoff to find out the act of true love that she tough would save her life wasn’t so true after all and only wanted to steal the throne for his own selfish needs. Realizing the mistake he made, Kristoff turns around to save Anna, but it’s too late. After running into a blizzard set off by her sister anger, Ana finds herself sacrificing her own life to save her sisters, an act of true love. One she freezes into pure ice and takes her final breath the blizzard stops. Elsa cries over her sisters frozen body and Ana’s body soon begins to unmelt being that she risked her own life to save her sisters, an act of true love. Once Ana is saved, Elsa realizes that the only way to end this horrible winter is with love. The winter is ended and everyone heads home where the gates are reopened and Ana finds true love in Kristoff. Ana was a solider. After being confined to her home for years and having her memory stolen from her without knowing it she continued to be there for her sister even when her sister didn’t know it. She worked effortlessly to save not only her kingdom but the life of her sister after almost being hunter and killed by the ones she frightened. When it came down to it Ana stood up for her sister and went on a dangerous mission that could have taken her life from the beginning.…

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  • Fear In The Goosebumps Series By R. L. Stine

    No one dares to question fear or move when you stare at the dark corners of our room, knowing for sure that something moved. But amazingly enough, fear can drive you to survive. Everyone must find a way to see the danger in their lives and allow themselves to continue on with it. The more people I see and work with and the more people I read about in books, the more I see that I has reason to fear. Though these thoughts could cripple me and force me to lock myself inside, I’ve had a…

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  • How Does George Kill Lennie's Death

    “[George] pulled the trigger. The crash of the shot rolled up the hills and rolled down again” (Steinbeck 106). George shoots his friend Lennie to save him from a life of suffering. George and Lennie are two merchant workers who travel together from Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Lennie has a mental disability which leaves him with memory loss and a lack of control over his actions. At the end of the book, Lennie kills Curley’s wife accidentally after she found him alone and let him touch…

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  • Unlikely Heroes, By Jennifer S. Holland

    when an animal saves a human or another animal’s life, but instead of coming in contact with the species. It saves lives through giving its body as a sacrifice for medical testing. Holland shares the story, “A Rabbit’s Sixth Sense,” with…

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  • How Ponyboy Saved Himself Essay

    How Ponyboy Saved Himself What if an essay could save a person’s life? This happened to the character Ponyboy in the book The Outsiders which was written by S.E. Hinton. Ponyboy is in a gang of greasers who are people who are not very accepted by society because they do not have very much money and they do not always follow the law. They have a lot of conflicts with a group called the Socials, Socs for short. One day Johnny has to Save Ponyboy from the Socs by killing one. After running from…

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  • The Invention Of Earle Dickinson's Band-AID

    if i can't then i feel like I could have done more. If I'm ever not their to help them, at least Band-AIDS can protect them and help them from injuries. The Band-AID was originally made for loved ones. Band-AIDS can save multiple lives of strangers, but when Band-AIDS save a loved ones life, it makes you feel a whole lot better. When we think of the lives we save using Band-AIDS, a lot of the percentage goes to people who serve in our country. Band-AIDS help so many soldiers and officers in…

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  • Limo: A Short Story

    reaching for her as she is sucked out into empty space. The other passengers look on in horror as I fade away. And now I’m here. Alone. I can still feel the hole in my chest, right above my heart. The burst of energized plasma went straight through me and into the viewport of the starliner. The viewport shattered and my mother fell. And now I can’t even die, because how can you die when you were never born? I should never have said yes to the man in the gray suit who asked me if I wanted to…

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  • Example Of True Heros

    usually selfless heros usually never you expect them to be one. Roy is a hero because he saved 7 of his fellow men. Also Being a hero is a choice you don't have to do it. When you are a hero it takes training and it takes confidence, passion, strong skills and heroes are usually positive thinkers.Heros manage stress and heros have good coping skills heros live by values. Heroes are their own leader. In conclusion heroes stands up for what is right. In conclusion an hero is not someone…

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  • Save Children: Task 3: Save The Children

    RELATED TO HEALTH – TASK 3 SAVE THE CHILDREN I chose Save the Children to familiarize myself with because this non-governmental organization is the largest to help children all over the world. Save the Children has an office and is doing wide work also in Finland. I have a colleague who has worked for Save the Children and I also once thought of applying for their humanitarian aid course. The story of Save the Children Save the Children started working already in the late 1919’s. In 1919…

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  • Save The Children

    Origins Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that was founded by Eglantyne Jebb on April 15, 1919 in London, England. She created this organization as an effort to alleviate hunger and health issues children were facing during war time in Europe. By the 1930s, Save the Children was operating on American soil, providing clothing, school supplies, and hot lunches for school children in Harlon County, Kentucky. Methods Over the years, Save the Children has managed…

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