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Danger and Excitement in Speed - Danger and Excitement in Speed The film speed was released in 1994. It was directed by Jan de Bont. The film is titled speed for a good reason, the film never lets up in its suspense. The stars in the film are Keanu Reeves who played the part of Jack Tavern who is the hero in the film. Dennis Hopper plays the role of a nasty villain called Howard Payne. The genre of speed is action and adventure and in such films, the things we expect to see are explosions, suspense and tension, combat, car chases, jeopardy, guns, acceleration, love interest, special effects, technology and the sense that a good person is going to overcome an evil person....   [tags: Papers] 769 words
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Excitement Created in the Opening Sequences of James Bond Films - Excitement Created in the Opening Sequences of James Bond Films Introduction If we closely examine the opening scenes of many Bond films, we are very likely to find the following: Þ Action Þ Stunts Þ Use of high technology/gadgets Þ Exotic setting Þ Women Þ Appropriate camera positioning Þ Professional looking, (dark coloured) choice of clothing Þ Weapons Þ Fighting and killing Þ Music resembling what is actually going on in the background Þ Showing how quick James Bond uses his brain, and how well he gets himself out of dangerous situations....   [tags: Papers] 981 words
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Dramatic Excitement in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge - Dramatic Excitement in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge In this essay I am going to analyse the scene at the end of Act 1 of 'A View from the Bridge' and demonstrate how Arthur Miller, the best playwright of his time makes it dramatically exciting. I am also going to be writing about the three most important dramatic devices used by Arthur Miller which are use of the narrator, (Alfieri) dialogue and stage directions. Arthur Miller starts off by showing us that Alfieri is a lawyer and is going to have the job of a narrator in the play....   [tags: Papers] 1376 words
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Romeo and Juliet 's Theme of Youth and Excitement Rather than Sentimental Love - Romeo and Juliet 's Theme of Youth and Excitement Rather than Sentimental Love Although scenes of youth and excitement do exist, I totally disagree with the critics. I believe the play consists of sentimental love between Romeo and Juliet and that the scenes of youth and excitement are used only to implement tragedy. I will now back up my opinion with evidence and quotes from the play. To begin with, the first fight occurs between the servants, this serves to inform the audience of the feud and prepares us for the fight scene in Act 3 Scene1....   [tags: Papers] 575 words
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William Shakespeare's Creation of Interest and Excitement for the Audience in Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare's Creation of Interest and Excitement for the Audience in Romeo and Juliet In this scene Shakespeare uses a variety of methods to increase the audience's interest of the play. Shakespeare also creates a very dramatic story in this scene which is exciting for the audience in itself. Ultimately the events in this particular part of the play, will contribute to the eventual the deaths of the two main characters - Romeo and Juliet. The first speech is Benvolio telling Mercutio that if they don't go home they will meet the Capulets who are out on that day....   [tags: Papers] 876 words
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Excitement and Suspense in Act 1 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - Excitement and Suspense in Act 1 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet In this assignment, I'm studying the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. I'm looking at Act 1 Scene 5. Where Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time. This play was written between 1593 and 1596. The story is about two rival families in Verona, each family has a child each, Juliet and Romeo. These young people meet accidentally and fall in love. They marry in secret, without parent's acknowledgement or consent....   [tags: Papers] 668 words
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Drama and Excitement in the Opening Scene of Romeo and Juliet by Baz Lurhmann - Drama and Excitement in the Opening Scene of Romeo and Juliet by Baz Lurhmann Romeo and Juliet is directed by Baz Lurhmann and was produced in 1997 .In the opening scene of the film is set in a petrol station . The Montague boys and the Capulet boys happen to meet each other and a quarrel ensues and this leads to a big gun battle accompanied by western music that adds humour to the scene. The techniques the Luhrmann uses are lighting ,camera angles , setting and different aspects of mis en scene to create drama and excitement for the audience....   [tags: Papers] 1042 words
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The Way Shakespeare Creates Tension and Excitement in Act 1 scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet - The Way Shakespeare Creates Tension and Excitement in Act 1 scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet In act 1 scene 4, Romeo, Benvolio and Mercutio make their way to the Capulet house, determined that they will not apologise for attending the Capulet party uninvited and consider staying only briefly. Mercutio is telling rude and offensive jokes trying to lighten up the mood, while Romeo is still going on about his only love Rosaline. On the way to the Capulet house Romeo looks anxiously into the future and has a sign of death....   [tags: Papers] 487 words
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Explorations of Modernity and Excitement in Two Poems: The Teachers and In Mrs. Tilscher's Class - Poems- ‘The Teachers’ and ‘In Mrs Tilscher’s Class’ I am going to be comparing two poems, ‘The Teachers’ by Liz Lochhead and ‘In Mrs Tilscher’s Class’ by Carol Ann Duffy. The two poems talk about the same thing, which is teachers, but in different ways and the way that the poems' structures are created for the reader. Both the poems recall parts of their school days and talk about memories of teachers they once had. Carol Ann Duffy talks about her fond memories of a teacher she once had, saying about how playful her school day was, she uses ‘skittle of milk’ to describe the joy of being able to have milk, also, she relates many parts of the poems to toys, including her teacher, ‘Mrs Tilscher’, who made many of their lessons more playful and at the end of the day it would leave her happy....   [tags: poem analysis, poetry, poem comparison] 1528 words
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XFL Excitment Or Excuse - XFL: Excitement or Excuse Football is something as American as apple pie. It is thought of as gritty, physical, and all around fun just as most Americans like to be thought of. For decades the NFL has dominated the world of football. However, Vince McMahon, the founder of the WWF, has introduced a new and controversial professional football league called the XFL. Much of the controversy is about whether the XFL is a force to be reckoned with or just another of McMahon’s clever marketing ploys....   [tags: essays research papers] 841 words
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Auto Racing - Auto Racing      It's another Sunday and the auto racing community is getting ready for the green flag to drop. Thousands of people travel hundreds of miles to go to the track, while millions stay home to watch the event on television. The sport of auto racing is the fastest growing spectator sport today. Nascar, NHRA (drag racing), CART, and The Indy Racing League are some of the biggest auto racing events in the world. Every racing style has the element of excitement, sadness, greed, and violence....   [tags: Expository Descriptive Sport Entertainment Essays] 623 words
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Teenage Crush - Butterflies. Daydreaming. Embarrassment. Stumbling of words. Excitement. Sweaty hands. Shyness. Thrill. Confusing signs. Giggles. Blushing. Crush. A crush is generally a term used for children or even more often, teenagers. It is typically a small infatuation with another person that seems to be more important than it actually is. Teenagers develop a lot of different emotions when experiencing a crush. Usually, they become somewhat shy around that person and begin to get nervous. Many people mistake the term “crush” for love or something along the lines of love....   [tags: Relationships] 502 words
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Exploring the Film Genres of Horror, Science Fiction, and Action Movies - What makes people fascinated and amused to watch movies. I think all kinds of movies are, in there own way, great. Practically the excitement of horror movies, and science and technology of science fiction movies, and action and enthusiasm in the action movies are some credits that makes people’s engrossment. Even so could all movies create an entertainment and make people experience their thoughts of imaginations in the real world. What are the most interesting things about these film genres, which could establish a fantasy world for their fans to escape to their imaginations and live with it....   [tags: movies, films] 814 words
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a day in my life - The Day My Life Changed I stepped through the door to my grandmother and grandfather's home without even aknock. My grandpa looked up from the television he was watching, from his cozy comer chair.He had a head of snowy white hair gleaming in the room. Over his broad body, hung a navy bluedress shirt and a fuzzy cardigan sweater. He wore slacks, held up awkwardly by a belt, allowinghis small potbelly to hang over it. His face showed the years of worry and stress, and his whitebushy eyebrows and growing second chin showed his old age....   [tags: essays research papers] 1485 words
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Investigating Why Younger People Supported the Nazis - Investigating Why Younger People Supported the Nazis Young people supported the Nazis because of the excitement and activities. However there were other reasons, which attracted young people into supporting the Nazis, I will explain these in my essay. I agree with the statement 'the most important reason why young people supported the Nazis was the excitement and the activities'. The youths took part in many activities such as marching, signalling, fixing bikes, collecting scrap metal etc… There was a large emphasis on sport and fitness, this built up teamwork....   [tags: Papers] 740 words
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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Act.I Sc.V ========== Act I Scene V is a very exciting and dramatic scene in the play. I am going to comment on the way that William Shakespeare makes this scene engaging for the audience. This scene takes place at the Capulet household. It is the moment when Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time. Also it is where Tybalt recognizes Romeo, this adds tension and excitement to the scene. Then when Romeo and Juliet discover that each are from feuding families, they are both distraught....   [tags: Papers] 1272 words
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Frost's Desert Places - Desert Places      In the poem Desert Places by Robert Frost, the author describes the scenery in which he came across with. It was on a winter day, and the day was turning into a night. As he went across a field, he saw that the ground was almost all covered in snow. But then he noticed a few weeds and stubble on the ground.      On the first line, Frost talks about how the night falling fast. This is referring to how fast Frost felt concerning time, which went by fast in real life. At the end of the line, Frost added two simple words which seems to add a sense of desperation, or even a sense of hopelessness, to the whole idea of time going by fast....   [tags: Robert Frost Poem Poetry essays research papers] 507 words
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The Loveless Sex in the Ghost Road - ... More evenly, he is punishing himself. Finally, he gains the excitement and pleasure the he looks for. Just like the war, even though he despises it, thinking that is not worth it, he still prefer to fight for his country , just as he chooses to have sex at certain times. He can get the satisfaction without put any emotion in it. Pat Barker also symbolizes the passionless sex as a form of control. Therefore, when Billy Prior cannot argue with Birtwhistle publicly for his rude remark on working class, he decides to punish Birtwhistle in the bedroom by having sex with him....   [tags: Literary Analysis, argumentative, persuasive ]
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Brave New World - ... They call upon animals and imitate their visage, and pay homage to pagan and Christian faith with common motif – all to appease the earth and the Gods they worship. Huxley’s language explores these images with esteem and highlights their spiritual significance; whereas the New World’s Solidarity Service is merely a sensual arrangement for carnal pleasures. Huxley’s diction accompanies imagery in being illustrative of the focused, but alternating moods of the passage. He commences the ritual with words like “startling, singing, fiercely, and neighing.” The verbals and adverb create an impulsive state of action....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 924 words
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Modern European History - Modern European History 1. What did Paul Valery mean in saying that the mind of Europe doubted itself profoundly. Before 1914, people in Europe believed in progress, peace, prosperity, reason, and rights of individuals. During that time, people began to believe in the Enlightenment, industrial developments were just starting and scientific advances began to take place. People then really believed in progression and further developments. Unfortunately, World War I broke out. Nevertheless, the optimistic people of Europe still did not doubt the outcome and were so convinced that it was not going to have any long term effects....   [tags: essays research papers] 885 words
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Dona Flor And Her Two Husbands - Western world convention dictates, primarily through religious teachings, that a marriage should be comprised of one male and one female. Polygamy is legal in some countries, under Islamic law, and in some African nations. Based upon their religious and cultural foundations, the system of polygamist marriages has stood successfully for centuries in those countries. In Western culture, there have been attempts to establish polygamist groups, primarily based upon differing religious viewpoints; however, most of these have not been able to withstand the pressure applied by the religious and cultural majority....   [tags: essays research papers] 966 words
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Romance - Fear Of Death Gives An Aphrodisic Like Effect - There are many ideals related to romance, including such things as love, excitement, violence, fear and commonly war. This is presented in such texts such as the ‘Trojan war’ where men are fighting for the love of a woman. In Romeo and Juliet where Romeo is excited by fear of the Capulets, or in ‘My Sweet old Etcetera’ where the soldier is thinking of his lady rather than of the ensuing battle. Thus it is evident that romance is commonly related to violence, danger, and fear of death (particularly in the young) often giving the effect of a potent aphrodisiac....   [tags: essays research papers] 1078 words
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The Roaring 1920's - The Roaring 1920's Roaring can be defined as a time of prosperity, happiness and excitement. It is a positive change. The 1920s were roaring for some people in America but not for everyone. The main reasons why the 1920s was not roaring for everyone in the U.S was discrimination and prohibition. For these people the 1920's were roaring. ====================================================================== Cities in America were roaring in the 1920s. In cities there were well paid jobs therefore people who lived in cities benefited from the better paid jobs....   [tags: Papers] 1408 words
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Importance Of Being Earnest - Love equals Excitement Mr. Algernon "I really don't see anything romantic in proposing. It is very romantic to be in love. But there is nothing romantic about a definite proposal. Why, one may be accepted. One usually is, I believe. Then the excitement is all over. The very essence of romance is uncertainty. If ever I get married, I'll certainly try to forget the fact" (Norton 2180). Through this statement and others in The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde creates a mockery and joke of the most sacred tradition in society; marriage....   [tags: Oscar Wilde] 1086 words
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Pyromaniac - Pyromaniac A secret label, hushed and never talked about, has followed my name since I was born; “Pyro,” pyromaniac that is. Fascination with fire, the uncontrollable impulse to start fires, has been circulating in my blood from the first day I was born. Smelting heat and flames would spark my attention no matter what my surroundings. Candle lit dinner tables, switch flick colorful lighters, lit cigarette butts and burning matches. Oh matches. How I love them. The smell of gasoline has always been a heavenly scent, burning paper and bonfire parties are two of my other favorites....   [tags: Personal Narratives Fire Essays] 1038 words
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The American Civil War - The American Civil War The American Civil War emanated feelings of joy, exuberance, and glory, yet it substantiated loneliness, destruction, and death. In the antebellum South, nationalism and pride forged a new path, and society saw soldiers as heroic actors and war as their stage. While these actors played out their roles, the audience, the world, could see that their stage did not make them heroes, but war deprived them of body and soul. In Cold Mountain, Charles Frazier develops this excitement and progression to hardship in both Ada and Inman’s journeys....   [tags: American History]
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Sexual Behavior - Who would of ever thought that I would be writhing a paper on the negative consequences of having to much sex. Never the less its true sex can actually ruin ones life. Sex can become compulsive, Like most behaviors, sex can be taken to its obsessive & compulsive extremes. Sexual obsessions & compulsions are recurrent, distressing & interfere with daily functioning. Many people suffer with these problems but finding consensus about them among sexual scientists or treatment professionals is not easy....   [tags: Sex Sexuality ] 1787 words
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A Tale of Dunixi - Jacinda stood on the roof top, the skirt of her ball clothes flowing behind her. She heard laughter and music below her. She sighed, thinking how wonderful life was when it was as exciting as hers. She was a spy in the home of the false rulers of Dunixi. She, her sister Jamille, and her friend Rashia were all posing as loyal nobles to the Garraitzes. She loved this life. There was always excitement, far more than there was in her boring life when she lived at home. The only times that it had been really exciting then was when she was with Alasandrese and Rashia....   [tags: spies,] 2043 words
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How I Learned To Ski - How I Learned To Ski I Love to snow ski, to me it is the epitome of excitement. I first tried to ski when I was only about four years old. My father, who is a tremendous skier, thought he should teach his first son just how to ski. Through practice and time I have made my father a happy teacher. I owe all my skiing knowledge to my father who has spent hour upon hour teaching me the so called "tricks of the trade". However, I have broken more than one bone learning what proves to be a very intense and serious sport and you should not take the excitment for granted....   [tags: essays research papers] 610 words
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Front Street in Lahaina - As my feet touch the pavement, I can already feel the excitement in the air. All around me people are walking around, shopping or just plain browsing. It’s the peak of tourist season on Front Street in Lahaina town and the masses of people never seem to come to an end. As far as you can look down the road all you can see are people walking, riding bikes or driving. The feel in the air is carefree, full of excitement and completely contagious. I can’t help but notice the spring that has come to my step, as I remember coming to this very place as a child, then as a teenager, now as an adult....   [tags: place, ] 869 words
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Public Art - Public Art “Any drawn line that speaks about identity, dignity, and unity is art,” (Chaz Bojorquey) is a statement that I agree with. Art is perceived differently from all people based on their culture, religion, personal taste, and many other factors. I believe that as long as what has been created is meaningful to either the creator or even to somebody that is viewing it, it should be considered art. Art in the public is a very controversial subject that brings up the important question of, “Should public art be considered as real art,” personally I think that it should be....   [tags: Art] 852 words
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Christmas and Love in the Air - Who can argue about Christmas not being the best time of the year. Yes, Christmas triggers strong emotions which many cannot ignore. From emotion of love to the emotion of pity; Christmas never fails to bring it out. Christmas is the magic that everyone believes in. From little children who stay up in the wee night of Christmas Eve to hear Santa’s sleigh to adults whose hopes and dreams were once shattered are restored. Even though it is rather difficult to argue about Christmas, there are actually some people out there who dare to bacon the call....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Descriptive Essay] 868 words
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Sveta - Day 9, they went back to the archives. This time with magnified glasses in hand. They took a book each, going carefully through each page. Once again, there were many Vasili, but no Veryutin or Veryutina. At lunch, Astrid pondered over ways to find her family. ‘If the archives don’t work, I’ll have to find other ways of finding my family,’ she confided in Sveta. ‘Yes,’ replied Sveta, but she did not come up with any other thought. At that moment, Astrid realized that Sveta was only useful as a translator, but she continued to voice her thoughts aloud....   [tags: Creative Writing Essay] 843 words
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Tokyo, Japan - People rushing around with a sense of urgency and leisure to their given destinations, the succulent smell of delicious food gently floating through the air, city lights rebounding off of building windows against the scene of the setting sun. This is a scene in Tokyo, Japan and given the chance to visit any place in the world, Tokyo is on the top of that list. I would travel to Tokyo because it's one of the biggest, most high tech, most exciting, and its appealing rich culture. The first reason Japan intrigues me is its immense size from the city landscapes to the country side scenery....   [tags: Travel] 814 words
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Street Gangs of Los Angeles - Once we finished watching the documentary street gangs of Los Angeles two theories were most prevalent in my mind for why there was gang formation in that area. The first being Travis herschi’s “social bonds”. Second being Walter miller’s “focal concerns”. Social bond theory is not a crime causation theory but a pro social behavior theory that helps explain deviance. This theory identified four social bonds that promote adherence to society’s laws and values. The four bonds being: attachment, commitment, involvement, and belief....   [tags: Film Critique] 1055 words
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The Sexual Response Cycle in Men and Women - The Sexual Response Cycle Men and women sexually go through a cycle. This cycle is known as the sexual response cycle. The sexual response cycle is made up of four different phases, the excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution phases. The cycle is also categorized in two ways, vasocongestion and myotonia. Vasocongestion is where swelling occurs because blood rushes to certain areas of the body such as earlobes, for women to the opening of the vaginal area, and for men around the testes, it also causes the erection of the penis....   [tags: sex, sexual dysfunction] 1174 words
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Free Essay on Homer's Odyssey: Penelope and Odysseus - Homer's Odyssey: Penelope and Odysseus Homer revealed the characters' inner thoughts to add to the suspense that builds up in books 19 and 20 of The Odyssey. Some question whether Odysseus was recognized by Penelope and if this helped to build up the intensity of the story. Joseph Russo mentioned this topic in "Interview and Aftermath: Dream, Fantasy and Intuition in Odyssey 19 & 20." The lies told by Odysseus also increased the excitement of The Odyssey. Russo believed that Penelope, in her subconscious, did recognize Odysseus disguised as a beggar....   [tags: Homer Odyssey Essays] 529 words
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You Really Can't Go Back - You Really Can't Go Back As we grow older and return to the places of our childhood, we are often surprised to discover things are not as we remember. A child's memory of a place, such as a family vacation spot, will be very different from that of an adult's. Particular details like size, glamour, and level of excitement are often escalated in the eyes of a child. One place I loved as a child was Mayville Amusement Park in Mayville, New York. The day after school was out, my parents would take me, my brother, and a few of our friends to Mayville Park....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essays] 626 words
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Theatre In Changing Society - Theatre will always survive in our changing society. It provides us with a mirror of the society within which we live, and where conflicts we experience are acted out on stage before us. It provides us with characters with which we identify with. The audience observes the emotions and actions as they happen and share the experience with the characters in real time. The survival of theatre lies in the very nature of humankind: its inner voyeuristic drive. The desire to watch other people dealing with their conflicts and fates challenges as well as reinforces values and the morality of society....   [tags: essays research papers] 373 words
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The Dance Club - Young adults sometimes have a struggle to find something exciting and safe to do on the weekend. It’s hard to find fun things that are not too dangerous. In the past, finding excitement has been a challenge for me, also, but in recent years I personally have found excitement in dance clubs and dance music. I find dance clubs, with large crowds of young people, usually eighteen years and older can be a place to let loose of the weekday pressures and just have fun. With the large crowds, clubs usually sell out and long lines form outside, with people waiting to get into the “crazy environment of the club.” Clubs usually are very well prepared for this scenario, of handling large crowds, by having an increased amount of security and enormous venues to accommodate the sell out crowds....   [tags: Descriptive Essays, Descriptive, Observation] 732 words
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Gymnastics Meet - “Ouch, Mom!” I exclaimed as my mother pulled the strands of hair she was holding even tighter. She criss-crossed the strands to make two, neat French braids on the top of my head for my first gymnastics meet. The thought of this special event filled me with familiar nervousness and excitement. The butterflies were raging war inside my stomach and my knees felt as if they were about to crumble into a million pieces from the weight of my own body. Excitement kept the nervousness from taking over the rest of my body by the constant shots of adrenaline in me whenever I thought about the frightening task in front of me: doing my round off flip-flop in front of a hundred people....   [tags: Personal Narrative] 1007 words
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Teachers and Their Students - I remember signing up for sociology, not having the slightest idea what it was. I figured it would be interesting since I had been told one learns interesting things in college. However, besides that broad piece of advice, I entered a class not knowing even facts as simple as the definition of sociology. Little did I know, I did not have to worry. On the first morning of class I was seated towards the front with my notebook and pencil at the ready. Maggie Hunter entered the room and it was evident that she was excited to teach and also open to learning from us....   [tags: teachers, philosophy of education] 2051 words
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An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge: A Manipulation of Time - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Essay An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge: Present-Past-Present Ambrose Bierce’s An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, which is a short story released in 1890, gained much popularity over the years. It is most famous for it’s manipulation of time. Though the events in the book only take seconds, the story is over eight pages long. Time seems to slow for the man in the noose and at the same time speed up for the reader. In this way, Bierce presents his manipulation of time in the story....   [tags: Literature Review] 698 words
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Comparing “The Daffodils” and “Miracle on St. David's Day” - “The Daffodils” by William Wordsworth is a very well known poem which was written in 1803. It is written with a traditional style and has a flowing rhyme scheme which makes the poem flow well with a nice rhythm when red aloud. The writer describes in first person narrative the beauty and joy of nature as he is wandering beside a shoreline in the lake district. “Miracle on St David's Day” by Gillian Clarke is inspired by “The Daffodils” and was written around 1980, it contrasts the “The Daffodils” in style because it is deliberately made to flow unsteadily and confuse the reader which reflects the nature of the mental patients Gillian Clarke is describing....   [tags: Poetry] 2278 words
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Personal Narrative- My Passion for Photography - In times, we often see things, but we don't really capture what is beyond it. In some cases, there are people who are artistic and are prone to see what other's cannot visualize. Every individual has a talent which can be expressed and processed differently. Something you see can mean entirely divergent things to someone else;for example, some may see thing's that may seem simple, but in the eyes of an artist, it can be perceived with a whole new definition, dimension, and a potentially new discovery....   [tags: essay about myself, Personal Experience] 652 words
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The Churches Need to Reach Out To Young People - We live in a society today that paints a very negative image of the youth of our nation, this is in part as an imagined truth and one that the media seeks to embellish but it is also, as with any stereotype, based on truth in a lot of areas. One only has to look as the national statistics online database1 to realise that figures - such as the consumption of alcohol is at its highest in young people since 1990 - are common place. These figures are the first things that the majority of the countries population see when they look at young people today....   [tags: Religion]
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Walmart and Scholarship America - Two successful companies, Walmart and Scholarship America, developed a similar website structure to gain online support for two independent objectives. Walmart, a for profit company, boasts low prices, quality goods, convenient hours, and global shopping for millions of customers searching to fulfill several of their unlimited wants and needs. Walmart’s website creates excitement in its consumers by featuring images of Walmart’s affordable high quality products. Scholarship America, a non-profit company, differentiates itself from Walmart by targeting college bound students who are in desperate need of financial aid to support their college tuition....   [tags: Marketing] 1414 words
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John Miller: Father of the Roller Coaster - Every year an estimated 290 million people all over the world flock to amusement and theme parks to experience the thrills and excitement of the modern day roller coaster. (Boldurian 16). Now thousands of people a day can safely experience the G-forces that an astronaut or fighter pilot would experience in flight. "The Revolution" a roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia California gives riders an amazing 4.9 Gs; that is 1.5 more than an astronaut at launch. (Boldurian 16). These G-forces create thrills and fear and excitement in all who ride them....   [tags: Engineering ]
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Factors That Influence Customer Satisfaction With Hedonic Services - ... The intangible nature of services means that physical evidence is often one of the most important factors influencing customer satisfaction (Joseph-Matthews & Bonn 2009; Joseph-Matthews, Bonn & Snepenger 2009; Lovelock, Writz & Chew 2009; Hghtower, Brady & Baker 2002). This is even more pronounced for hedonic services because of the subconscious emotions which can be stimulated by the colours, layout, architecture and design of the physical environment (Joseph-Matthews, Bonn & Snepenger 2009; Hightower, Brady & Baker 2002)....   [tags: Literature Review]
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