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  • Personal Narrative-The House Of Dolls

    The House of Dolls I wake up panting and screaming not knowing where I’m at. All I can say or think about is Yuri. ‘’Yuri! Where is Yuri!’’ as I’m screaming I see nurses and police rush into my room. The first to approach me is Deymian. Deymian is a tall, buff, bold, 28 year old detective. “Hello Anah, I’m detective Deymian.” As i open my mouth to speak nurses rush in shouting “Vash poryake Anah Vash v bezopasnosti”… “It's okay Anah you're safe now” I reply saying “ Ya v poryadke.” I’m fine but…

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  • Koaye Anderson's Narrative-Home

    sobbing uncontrollably. The man scoots towards her and gives her a bear hug and starts comforting her. “You will never return to the world of the living, you can only stay here…. I’m sorry”. “I know that now,” she says, sniffling. Koaye Anderson’s tears, then soak the long robe of the man who comforts her as she cries into his…

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  • What Is The Theme Of Season 7 Depicted In Game Of Thrones

    HBO's fantasy drama "Game of Thrones" season 7 is over. Yeah, we hate that we have to wait so long for the next and final season of this amazing TV show. But it's never too early to start discussing about season 8. The fans keep busy speculating what will happen to Cersei, Tyrion, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen as our journey through Westeros comes to a conclusion. These are 10 of the theories they came up with. ### 1. Jaime will kill Cersei https://s26.postimg.org/obkjv2g1l/pri_50333042.jpg…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Night Before An Exciting Day

    “I can't breathe, I can’t breathe,” wheezing between words as I yelled at my mom for help. While it felt as my lungs were nonexistent and an elephant standing on my chest. I looked at my mom fearfully. I didn't know what was happen and what the future holds. As she picked me up and shot to the door. It's the night before an exciting day. The day that has been impending closer and closer everyday since the start of summer. First grade, exciting for more than just me. As the 130 others attending…

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  • Experiencing Pain In Infants

    Infants have to go through many painful procedures such as immunization, blood collecting, circumcision and etc. Back in the day, people believed that infants can’t feel pain like adults but many recent studies found that infants can actually feel pain like adults. An fMRI study found that the infants and the adults’ brain light up very similarly when they were being poked in the foot with Pinprick Stimulators. The research also found that infants have lower threshold than adults (Harley,…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Pearl By Ernest Hemingway

    "His body glided quietly across the room, noiselessly and smoothly. His hands were in front of him, palms down, and his eyes were on the scorpion." This scene plays out on page 6 of John Steinbeck's The Pearl. The setting of John Steinbeck's The Pearl takes place in La Paz, Mexico. Some interesting details that drew me into reading this novel is the storyline of the novel. The storyline relates to the storyline of Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea where both protagonists from each book…

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  • The Effects Of ACL Tears

    Anterior Crucial Ligaments tears, commonly known as ACL tears, are the most common and most debilitating knee injuries known to athletes. Sports today have become such a fast paced style of play some that players bodies can’t keep up with the quick movements they have to perform causing sudden tears in ligaments and muscles. The ACL tears because of these quick movements, which is a significant problem because it is one of the main stabilizing ligaments in the knee. The ACL is the most…

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  • Personal Narrative: Finding Peace In My Life

    Finding My Peace When I was 16 I found true peace in my life, it came unexpected and when it did come it broke my heart. I found peace when I moved out of my mother’s house, after years of suffering under her roof I felt freedom. To understand why I felt peace for leaving home you have to understand what I went through during my middle and high school years. My mom has many problems with her mind and what she did to compensate with her own thoughts. Before I tell my story on how I found peace I…

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  • I Too Langston Hughes Analysis

    Understanding the Implications of Ethnicity and Cultural Identity It was actually at my grandmother’s funeral when I first noticed the strange, almost distrustful looks that would be thrown my Uncle Ted’s way. I was sitting alone in the back of the room while my father was making his rounds- everyone thanking him for the beautiful eulogy he gave. My Uncle Ted walked over and gave me a hug. My Uncle Ted is black, from a little island in the Caribbean. As soon as he speaks and his thick…

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  • Analysis Of Beloved, By Toni Morrison

    You’re crying. You’re weeping, sobbing, and crying into your mother’s chest. You are tiny and helpless, and weigh only six pounds. You hear screams of anger and frustration banging on your door. Your mother looks into your eyes. You trust her. You trust her with your life. You must. You have no choice but to trust her. As she looks into your eyes, a hacksaw looks into your neck. The hacksaw is led by your mother’s hand. You see color. You see red. You see gray. You see black. Nothing more. This…

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