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    Coat Of Arms Essay

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    was described in detail in the charter of King Ladislaus the Posthumous. At that time, the Ústecký lion depicted on the shield was green which was the colour considered lower than red. The sources indicate that local people considered the original charter as “destroyed and lost due to the old age and ruthlessness of time” and asked King Vladislaus II to make a new copy of the charter. Arguably, they were led by desire to improve the coat of arms as in its clear form its detailed description and colourfully made illustration. This time, the shield was meant to be of the red colour (over the original green). The white lion with two entangled tails remained and was newly decorated with two metallic-coloured (golden) knots as well as the claws of the same colour. On the head of a lion to maintain the white helmet, chest white chain mail, but now lined with gold tips. The white helmet on the lion 's head remained as well as chain armour, now lined with golden tips. A golden crown was placed on the lion 's head from which grew two folded golden wings. The city of Ústí nad Labem has used the coat of arms in this form since…

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    Oh say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave. O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave. - Francis Scott Key, 1814. This is our country, land of the free and home of the brave. We are America. The strong. The brave. The courageous. We stand united, arms locked, indivisible by any other opposing force. We are free, and it is our right to be equal with one another. We are the sturdy thread that holds our country together. Each of us represented and accounted for under the…

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    can hear and blind can see” (Twain). For many years people in society have discriminated against a person who has a different life: different color, different gender, different beliefs, different cultures, and different morals. Mark Twain was known to be one of the greatest writers of all time but he was also quite a revolutionist. Through his writing he conveys a common ideal in order to enlighten his audience and help them recognize what equality is. Twain recognized that there was no…

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    Black Onyx Research Paper

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    A little about onyx before we delve into the value of black onyx. Onyx is a variety of chalcedony, which has bands of white and color. Agate and onyx are similar in that they have bands of white in them. Agate has curved bands while onyx has parallel bands. Black onyx often has stripes of white and black with black being more dominant. Onyx Properties Onyx comes in a variety of colors like red, yellow or blue. It falls under the category of quartz stones, and has a hardness of between 6 and 7…

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    interested in the different flavors available to pick from. To this day, chewing gum plays a significant role in my life; one reason being that chewing gum helps with remaining focused while completing schoolwork. I am always looking for a great new favor to try out. This explains why the New 5 Gum advertisement caught my eye, in addition to the elements used in the ad. The advertisement is aiming to successfully sell the New 5 Gum by the use of colors and lightning. This advertisement I have…

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    Zebras Research Papers

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    What looks like a horse and is black and white all over? A zebra! These striped animals are very interesting. They communicate their feelings by moving their ears in specific ways! Also, every zebra has a unique pattern in their skin, just like humans have different fingerprints. Zebras roam the grasslands in the southern and eastern parts of Africa. Since they live around mainly grass, that is what they usually eat. Zebras are very unique and interesting animals. The zebra species live in…

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    the United States. In my travels I have noticed some fashion statements and tendencies in colors worn and how they represent that person’s inner personality. In my experience, women feel the need to wear patterns when they want to express themselves. With the many patterns to choose from, such as floral, cheetah, stripes, and chevron, there are many ways of expressing oneself from day-to-day. Woman tend to wear bright floral colors when they feel the need to be original yet normal. Lisa Mandell,…

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    You'll be the hit of any Christmas party with this festive green sequin skirt complete with white trim and black ribbon belt. You can triple up the holiday fun with this skirt it's great for Christmas, Halloween, and St. Patrick's Day. Look jolly this Christmas season with this green sequin Santa hat. Liven up you Christmas style with this festive tutu. Layers of red and white tulle trimmed with silver sequins and sprinkled with red glitter create a look perfect for the holiday season. You'll be…

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    ###Description The District of Columbia state flag is white, with three red stars above two red horizontal bars. Each star is equal in size, and the bars are equal to one another. Some say that the design of the stars and stripes on this flag inspired the United States national flag. ###Meaning The D.C. State flag is based on the design of the coat of arms of the Washington family. George Washington's family had a coat of arms which was white, with three red stars above two horizontal bars.…

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    Ellis Jackson Ag Stars Class: Number: 10305 Grade: 8th Number of years in Project: 3 1. What did you plan to learn or do? (What was your exhibit goal?) My goal was to find a painting I liked and make it my own. I also wanted to improve my shading skills. 2. What steps did you take to learn or do this? I went to a workshop. At that workshop we talked about copyright 101. Afterwards we got to paint a picture. The material was provided. I used a canvas that was an 8X10. …

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