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    Loss In The Outsiders

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    author shows us how the characters learn to get over a loss by sticking together,and When characters don’t stick together, the result could be emotional disasters. An example of characters going through a loss, would be is in the beginning of the book is when Ponyboy talks about his family. I read that ,Ponyboy and his older brothers Darry and Soda are still alive, but his parents were in a horrible car accident that took their lives. The accident left Darry, who is twenty to take care of his younger brothers Soda ,who is sixteen and Pony who is fourteen(6,8 and 74). Despite the tragedy, they continued with their lives, which means that the brothers didn’t get wrapped up in their parents death, t. They…

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    important. To the Greasers, loyalty is a principle to a successful gang; without loyalty, the gang isn’t a gang anymore. In the Outsiders, they had experienced how things would be if they lost loyalty for each other, for example, when Ponyboy didn’t believe that Darry really loved him. The Greasers showed loyalty to one another, by defending and sticking up for each other, and caring for one another. Loyalty represented the Greasers’ gang; it held the gang together, and the gang members looked…

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    Lacrosse Stick

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    How many parts does the basic lacrosse stick have? It is composed of three parts; a loosely woven or net pocket, aluminum or hardwood handle or shaft and a strong plastic head. The different parts of the stick can be changed out or replaced to give the player flexibility and a greater feel for performance during the game. Depending on the position of the player different sticks apply to different positions. The size, shape and length will very according to the need and requirement for any given…

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    Going To The Movies

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    that is never acceptable to order is Raisinets. This is a movie theater, not a dentist 's office; there is no reason to eat dried grapes while watching Ryan Gosling take off his shirt. The alternative to purchasing candy at the theater is to illegally smuggle it. This is a skill which must be carefully honed over a lifetime of movie-going. Beginners are advised to practice their smuggling techniques during the winter, when large coats and awkward bulges arouse less suspicion. With a little…

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    The reason being that it’s pretty much an instinct you have or you don’t when it comes to saving a ball. What I can give you is a breakdown of shots you’ll encounter. There exactly seven quadrants the attack players are trained to shoot at: stick-side high, stick-side hip, stick-side low, off-stick high, off-stick hip, off-stick low, and five hole. Stick-side refers to your dominant hand’s side, so if you’re a right-handed person the stick-side refers to the right and the off-stick side refers…

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    The stick I randomly grabbed had a slight curve to it. I thought I could make it into a bow or something later. I handed Christianne another stick, just in case she wanted one. The first quarter of the trail wasn 't that bad as long as I walked at a slow pace. By the time I made it up halfway, however, my legs were screaming at me in protest. I tripped on a few rocks because of my sluggish pace. Luckily, I caught myself with the stick I was carrying. After the long and grueling hike back up, I…

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    Made To Stick

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    How do individuals remember and retain certain information that they are conveyed? How can an individual remember that insane number they are told in a presentation but I can’t? Today, questions like these are asked daily by individuals who are by standers at a presentation and feel as if the more they pay attention the more likely they will remember the content they are told. This is not always the case; it is not about what is being told in a presentation, it is more about how a specific…

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    hunter. “There shall be more than one.” he declared. He ran through the path that split to territory of the birds. He ran through “Hey!” “What’s the ruckus about?” “Why so many loud noises!?” “Get out!” “This isn’t your territory.” Every bird of big feathers and color all complained and screeched with anger. The wild animal was surprised about all the yell but he ignored it and spoke,”There is a stick of death close. Everyone hide, take cover. NOW!” The birds cooed and cawed, every which…

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    Paul Salopek

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    They had no water and it was very hot. They visited another archaeological site called Gona. It has the oldest known tools in the world, 2.6 million years. He explains they were so anxious until they saw goats. Goats means people. There they stayed with a family of 8 children and old woman and two young women. He says that 60,000 years ago when the homosapiens walked they encountered other species of hominins. Like the homo neanderthalensis, homo floresiensis, and denisovans. Then they thank…

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    thought that I wouldn’t go through with it. What made me decide to play lacrosse was when my mother told me that I had to at least play one sport in high school. I would not say that I was forced to play lacrosse, but I really did not have any other option. I was not going to play baseball because I went to a baseball camp during the summer before my freshman year and I was the worst one out of all of the kids in my grade. I wasn’t going to do track because I wasn’t fast. I picked lacrosse…

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