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  • Process Essay On Winter Driving

    that means winter will soon settle in. Seasonal extremes can take its toll on your car, but if you’re prepared you can avoid the worst that it has to offer. To that end we’ll take a look at some steps you can take to help get your car ready for winter. 1. Review your owner’s manual. The first thing you should do is pull out the owner’s manual from your glove box and reacquaint yourself with it. Go to the section for the maintenance schedule and choose the one that mirrors your driving habits. While most people follow the standard level of care, if you drive in the city, take to dusty roads or put a lot of miles on your car each year, then choose the “severe service” schedule. In any…

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  • Comparing Driving In Summer And Winter

    Which weather do you prefer driving in summer or winter? Imagine driving in the summer time, you can put down your window or just put on the A/C. Difference with driving in the winter is that, you must always keep the heat and window up. Driving in the summer you don’t have to worry about your tires like you do in the winter. You have to worry about your car doors freezing together during the winter. Which season would you prefer? During the summer, you can roll down your windows or just put…

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  • Why I Like Winter Essay

    My favorite season is winter the reason why I like winter is because it’s cold out and it snows. Winter is fun because when its snows us kids get out of school and get to go outside hang out with friends and play on four wheelers and sleds. If you don’t like the cold you can stay inside and rap up in blankets and watch movies. Winter is the best time to drink hot chocolate it keeps you warm and it so well, and the snow on the trees looks beautiful. Winter is a time for Christmas and lots of…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Winter Beauty Tips For Travelers

    Winter Beauty Tips for Travelers Winter is harsh on everything, especially your skin. If you are a traveler visiting a country in winter, you need to take extra care of your skin. Even though it is hard to be fashionable in winter considering the cold, here are some beauty tips to make you look your best as a winter traveler. Wear your sunscreen You might think this is unnecessary since the temperatures are low, but you are wrong. Irrespective of the season, if the sun is up, so are its rays,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Snow Day In The Day Of Winter

    coldness seems to be nonexistent. The multiple layers of clothing no longer feel dry as one waddles back into the warmth. It’s a day for bonding in one way or another between playing in the snow to just watching a couple episodes on Netflix and sipping on Swiss hot cocoa. A snow day is just one of the reasons Winter is viewed as a top pick of all the…

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  • Summer: Similarities Between Summer And Winter

    Many people consider summer and winter as being the best seasons of the year. Summer, being the warmest season of the year and winter, being the coldest season, have qualities that make each person call them their favorite seasons. In order for people to call these seasons their favorites, consider what makes summer and winter different and similar. Summer and winter are two seasons that are opposite of each other in terms of climate. During the summer people tend to see the sun out more during…

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  • Ethical Issues In Judging People At The 2002 Winter Olympics

    In February of 2002, at the Winter Olympics taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, two Canadian figure skaters were trapped during what was the most high-profile judging scandal of all time. At no fault of their own, the pair consisting of Jamie Salé and David Pelletier lost their chance at the gold medal when a French judge voted in favour of the Russian pair. Thus, the Russians claimed the gold medal and the Canadians settled for silver. When confronted, the French judge admitted to being…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Essay On The Four Seasons

    how fall sneaks up on you, making you realize that winter is coming soon. The lack of greenery in this sculpture makes it feel heavier then spring and summer. The colder colors of fall also contribute to making it feel heavier. Fall has a middle aged like appearance show with the lager nose, facial hair, and lines around the mouth that I believe to be wrinkles. Fall more certainly seems to be the wake up all of summer, it sort of reminds of a middle-aged crisis. So winter should be the final…

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  • Fall Argumentative Analysis

    the steadily declining sun, waiting to hide from winter’s upcoming torment. The aromatic scent of pumpkin and apple cider push their way to the forefront of your nose, and cozy themselves like if they were next to a warm fireplace. The boisterous sound of your father yelling, “go Eagles” at the television fills your eardrums. Ah, fall is upon us. There’s nothing that is quite comparable to fall: winter, summer, and spring always try to curtail fall’s reign of dominance, but their attempts always…

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  • Lesson Goals: Curriculum Level: K Year Of The Year

    Addressed: Use selected materials to produce works of art. AED-K-1 Lesson Objectives and Demands Content Objectives: Students will know the seasons of the year. Students will be able to draw what seasons look like. Assessment: Students will be assessed using a check sheet. o Student participated in activity o Student had all seasons o Student made each season have correct characteristics o Student had the seasons in the correct order Key Vocabulary in Lesson: Season, weather, hot, cold,…

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