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survival trip

- this paper is what to use on a survival trip. there are some things that you could add to it or take away if you feel needed Hey.. I IMed you but you put your away message on then you got Hey.. I IMed you but you put your away message on then you got off. Just email me back and tell me what you wanted to talk about. I won't be home all day Saturday and I work Sunday. I'll get on here Sunday night Hey.. I IMed you but you put your away message on then you got off. Just email me back and tell me what you wanted to talk about....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Trip Report

- Trip Report Summary This assignment was designed to get the views of athletes toward how the athletic budget is spent and what type of activities that they do. In this case the intended audience was current athletes at Washington State University. Athletes competing in different sports were surveyed. This survey was conducted February 17-20. My target audience was the actual audience that I surveyed. The majority of my surveying was conducted outside of the varsity weightroom. Assesment I felt that I got reliable info on the majority of the questions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Trip Of The Road Trip

- Road trips were the highlight of my summers when I was young. It was a ritual I looked forward to in the summertime because it meant my family and I would travel to other cities and states. My mother was always in charge of choosing the destination, while my father would be in charge of all the driving. Somehow my father approved of that. Once I knew where we were going, I would start packing right away even if we had months left. I still don 't know why I did that, maybe because of all the excitement I had....   [tags: Mother, Father, Santa Monica, California]

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Itt Trip Scheduling

- ITT Trip Scheduling The Information, Tours and Tickets (ITT) office could use a system to assist them in creating trip schedules. In this paper I will outline a plan for a Decision Support System (DSS) that will assist ITT in creating schedules for their tours. This system will also track customer surveys and hold data about all of ITTs trips. They already have some computer systems, a spread sheet program and a data base management system (DBMS) which can all be used to build a small DSS. Using the DBMS and the spread sheet software I have designed a system to assist them in making decisions about scheduling trips....   [tags: Business Management Strategy Analysis]

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The Trip to the Marabar Caves in A Passage to India

- The Trip to the Marabar Caves in A Passage to India The term relationship is defined as a state of connectedness between people and most especially an emotional connection. Within chapters 12-16 it can be identified that there simply is no existence of relationship between Aziz and his guests whilst on the trip to the Marabar Caves. This is shown especially when on of Aziz's servants is preparing the tea and the ungrateful response that response that Mrs Moore makes. This is identified by "A strange place to make tea in"....   [tags: Papers]

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Canterbury Field Trip

- Canterbury Field Trip Canterbury is situated in the south east of England in the middle of Kent. It is connected to all main towns around by main roads (started by the Romans nearly 2000 years before) and is the centre of trade and shopping for the southeast. East Kent On the Friday 5th October I took part in a geography field trip to Canterbury. On the day of our field trip the weather was a little over cast with occasional drizzle but not enough to hopefully have put shoppers off....   [tags: Papers]

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Personal Narrative: My Trip to Texas

- Have you ever been to Texas. I have been once. My trip to Texas was unbelievably awesome. I saw many of things on my way there. While we were there, I had loads of fun. Many things happened while we were there. Texas was the coolest place I have ever been. On the way to Texas, we had to drive across the Louisiana Bridge. While we were driving across the bridge, I noticed that the bridge was standing in one huge murky muddy marsh. In the marsh were cattails. They were growing and were being used as a disguise by many of animals....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Dialogue Essays: Humble Beginnings

- He sighed. Shifting in his throne-like chair, the Doctor picked up his tiny china cup and sipped, long and slow. His servant stood in the corner, eyes cast downward. “Would you like another sweet-” A loud reverberating knock interrupted him mid sentence. The native hurried to the gate, opened it a crack, and stuck his head out. An Indian had come with his little baby, who had been stung by a scorpion. The moment the servant laid eyes on them, he felt a pang of guilt. He was absolutely certain that his master would refuse to treat who was considered dirt by the higher class people like himself....   [tags: doctor, paris, boat]

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Personal Narrative Essay - The Ski Trip

- The Ski Trip Standing in awe, cold air permeated through my hair. The smell of fresh and minty pine scent complimented the beautiful vantage of the wilderness. With my boots wedged in the snow, a shiver took over my body. This is was a place of peacefulness and tranquility. Never before had I been so close with nature. Facing the north was the vast forest. To the left and right, only the crystal white snow was visible. While looking up, I caught a glimpse of the old ski lift, the solo apparatus which was my passport to this great adventure....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essays]

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Lord of the Flies: A Tale of a Fateful Trip

- Lord of the Flies: A Tale of a Fateful Trip         Man has never quite found a truly perfect paragon in himself.  Through some fault of his own he can never achieve the high ideal of perfection that he seeks to attain.  The 'Divine' Michelangelo, named so by his contemporary biographer Giorgio Vasari, never called his masterwork of the Sistine Chapel ceiling finished. When it was unveiled Pope Julius II fell to his knees in prayer at the sight of this 'divine work of perfection.'  Michelangelo, who never claimed himself to be a painter, never accepted his work as a masterpiece, claiming that it was "full of flaws" produced by his own imperfections and sins.  William Golding attributes th...   [tags: Lord of the Flies Essays]

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A World Unknown (my Trip To Europe)

- Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed about traveling overseas. Strange lands, exciting places, and new cultures have always fascinated me. I've always wondered what it would be like to speak another language, to grow up learning different customs, or to live in a completely different way than I do now. This past summer my dream finally came true. I got to travel to England, France, Switzerland, and Germany with Mme. Kelly and five other girls, and suddenly the world was at my fingertips. England's green hills and city life is unforgettable....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Mission Trip in Rio de Janeiro

- Mission Trip in Rio de Janeiro The second I walked in the door, I knew it was different than any other place I had visited that week. There was a presence of love and happiness hovering in the air. I could feel it; it was so strong. I didn't want to leave that beautiful place called Compassion International. In July 2000, I went to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a mission trip. One of the days, we visited the kids of Compassion International. Compassion International is a program in which people from the U.S....   [tags: Observation Essay, Descriptive Essay]

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Marketing Strategies For Travel Today 's Marketing Plan

- Product Strategies Travel Today’s marketing plan product strategies include offering clients vacation packages, cruises, flights, hotels, car rentals, special events, and transportation to and from airports. The company offers last-minute deals to Mexico and the Caribbean to include airfare. Travel Today is offers travel opportunities throughout Europe by offering luxury, adventure, sport, and gourmet food packages. Travel Today is offers adventure packages to Mediterranean or Northern Alaska. Travel Today customizes travel packages....   [tags: Travel, Travel agency, Customer, Trip]

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Harvard Application Essay

- Travelling around the world gives an individual a unique perspective of life, culture and tolerance. In the tenth grade, I had the opportunity to embark on a journey which provided me with a unique perspective and view of humanity. Similar to my other trips to Europe my initial intention was to enjoy two-weeks away from school in continental Europe, however I was flabbergasted when I realized this two-week trip would serve to destroy my idealist view of a pluralistic society. I was destined for Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to study the Holocaust....   [tags: Holocaust Educational Trip]

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The Nearly Fatal Snow Caving Trip

- The Nearly Fatal Snow Caving Trip Sharp pains shooting through muscles, trying to avoid sleep, hypothermia set in on an Antarctic ice crevasse researcher. I had the opportunity to go snow caving with my brother, Josh. I was confident in my winter backcountry skills and anticipated a memorable trip. I did not know what I was getting into. Growing colder day-by-day, winter became more dominant. Deep snow made travel difficult. To navigate through this terrain, I would have to wear special equipment....   [tags: Reflection Memoir Essays]

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Essay About Family: The Fishing Trip

- ?Mexico. Wow!. I thought as my parents informed my 14 year old sister and I as to where we were going. I was 18 at the time and had never traveled anywhere outside of the United States. I pictured these amazing beaches and daydreamed about meeting a cute guy, not pausing to even think about the fact that if I did meet someone, they would probably live a million miles away. And who knew what my mom and dad were going to adventure into once we arrived there?they always like to have something planned for each day, this doesn't bother me too much because our vacations usually end up pretty interesting....   [tags: Personal Narrative essay about my family]

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My Trip to America- Personal Narrative

- My Trip to America- Personal Narrative Three years ago, in July 2001, I had the opportunity to visit America, the land of freedom. I was thrilled when I overheard my mother talking to my friend’s father; Tom’s father on the phone for me to join my Toms family in their holiday to America. I could not sleep that night. The following morning, my mother informed me of the good news: That I would be going to Florida for two weeks, and that I would accompany my friend’s family. I could not have asked for a better morning in Britain....   [tags: Papers]

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Potent Drugs: The LSD or Acid

- LSD, or ‘acid’ by street name, is one of the world’s most well-known and most potent drugs. Its major component is Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, which is found in a fungus that grows on grains, such as rye, and some wild grasses. LSD is colorless, tasteless, and odorless. It is illegally made into crystal form first and is later converted to several different liquid forms, such as tablets, microdots, absorbable paper, gelatin squares, or capsules for distribution (Hoffman, page 56). Users call an LSD experience a “trip”....   [tags: effects, trip, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide]

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Blake : My First Real Friend

- The sun gleamed vibrantly on August 5, 2008, but I did not sense the warmth as my thoughts were elsewhere. I was only six years old at the time and preparing to begin first grade in less than one month. As I crossed the threshold into the home of my best friend, I had a sensation everything would change. At such a young age, I was having to tell my best friend goodbye. Blake Basgall had leukemia and would not be around when I returned from vacation, according to my mom. That day, I had spent hours coloring a picture in his favorite color, blue, so I could give it to him prior to heading to my grandma’s for the week....   [tags: Family, English-language films, Trip]

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Happy Little Accidents - Original Writing

- Happy Little Accidents I never intended to go to Belize. Bob Ross, the famous painter, used to say that there are no mistakes, only “happy little accidents.” Whenever he would make a stroke he did not intend, he would find a way to use that stroke to make the painting better; transforming a stray line into a tree’s trunk, or morphing a misplaced color into a bird in flight. As I would watch The Joy of Painting endlessly on TV, I thought about the skill of men like Mr. Ross at making the best of his situation, and turning his “mistakes” around to make the whole work of art turn out better....   [tags: Lesson plan, Teacher, Belize, Trip]

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Physics of Sailing

- A boat floating can be greatly appreciated, especially if you are in the boat at the time. But what keeps a boat from sinking. Physics can explain these concepts. There are many forces that act on a sailing ship to put it in motion, but the buoyant force is what is required to keep the boat from sinking. A buoyant force is the normal force that pushes up on the boat supporting its weight in a fluid. The buoyant force "equals the weight of the fluid displaced by the object."(pg.427, Serway and Jewett) This concept is Archimede's Principle....   [tags: physics sail boat sailing boating]

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Analysis of the Film Thelma and Louise

- ... 3. Description of Act One and the dramatic event of point of no return. Act One ends, when Harlan attacks Thelma, at the parking lot, she resists his advances. Next Louise shows up and stops him at a gunpoint, walks away with Louise, then when Harlan makes some remarks; she turns around and shoots him. Killing Harlan was the dramatic point of act one. His death leads Thelma and Louise’s actions directly to the climax of Act three, and there is when no other solution can be reached. Their adventure leads the audience to see women seemingly trapped in the chaos of a female suburban existence....   [tags: catalyst, event, trip, freedom, reality]

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Graduation Speech : My Life

- ____2015____ Throughout grade school, I would always ask myself questions like, “What will 2015 be like?” “What will I be like in 2015?” “How tall will I be?” “Is my family going to be any different?” 2015 was always an important year to me. Mainly because it would be the year I graduate high school. 2015 was a goal to me. I always knew that If I worked hard at the time, in the year 2015, it would pay off and I would be successful. I also always knew that 2015 was going to be the year, where a lot of change happened....   [tags: High school, Remainder, Snow, Trip]

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History of the Hydrofoil

- Hydrofoil History Although a hydrofoil is defined by the Columbia University Press as “a flat or curved finlike device, attached by struts to the hull of a watercraft that lifts the moving watercraft above the water's surface”, the word is often used in reference to the watercraft as a whole. Using the same principles as an airplane wing, the foil develops lift as it moves through the water, eventually raising the hull of the boat above the surface as it reaches higher speeds. Thus, the drag experienced by the vessel is far less, making the ship far more efficient and economical to run....   [tags: Watercraft Boat]

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The Field Trip At Queen 's Medical Center West Oahu

- The field trip I attended to Queen’s Medical Center West Oahu was very meaningful to me and truly helped me a lot. During the field trip, I was able to see the working environment that a variety of health professionals work in everyday. When learning about the wide variety of health professions that are offered at the hospital, it helped me obtain a better understanding of what I want to become when I grow up. I got to experience a range of activities that helped me sort what I was interested in and what I was not....   [tags: Medicine, Physician, Pharmacy, Hospital]

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Multinomial Logit Model of Home to Work Morning Peak Period Trip Mode

- A Multinomial Logit (MNL) Model of morning peak-period home-to-work (HW) trip mode choice is the proposed model for the particular study area to analyse explanatory variables influencing travel mode choice. This method is essential due to the fact that mode choice is not only affected by spatial constrains but also by socio-demographic constraints. To evaluate these variables, a Multinomial Logit Model is utilized and five mode choice utility functions are drafted in order to determine morning peak-period home-to-work trips....   [tags: analyzing explanatory variables]

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Magic Trip: Ken Kesey’s Search for a Kool Place

- “Magic Trip: Ken Kesey’s Search for a Kool Place” was written and directed by Alex Gibney and Alison Ellwood. The documentary is based on the words and recordings of Ken Kesey and the unseen footage from the 1964 cross country trip. The voiceover is done by Stanley Tucci. “Magic Trip” was produced by Will Clarke, Mr. Gibney and Alexandra Johnes and released by Magnolia Pictures. This documentary was compiled from home videos shot by Kesey and the Pranksters, which lends itself to a sense of authenticity because there are to actors trying to portray the Pranksters....   [tags: Film Review]

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The Trauma of War Conveyed in Ninh's Short Story, A Marker on the Side of the Boat and the Film, Barbed Wire and Mandolins

- War is cruel. The Vietnam War, which lasted for 21 years from 1954 to 1975, was a horrific and tragic event in human history. The Second World War was as frightening and tragic even though it lasted for only 6 years from 1939 to 1945 comparing with the longer-lasting war in Vietnam. During both wars, thousands of millions of soldiers and civilians had been killed. Especially during the Second World War, numerous innocent people were sent into concentration camps, or some places as internment camps for no specific reasons told....   [tags: Film Analysis, Movies]

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The Differences Between Australian Public Representations Of The Refugees Before 1960 And Boat People ' After 1975

- What is the difference between Australian public representations of ‘displaced people’ before 1960 and ‘boat people’ after 1975. Thesis statement: The refugee influx has been a major concern in Australia and the immigration policies have caused a number of debates and controversy since World War II. The change of these policies revealed society 's attitudes toward race, cultural factors, labor needs. During the post World War 2, the White Australia Policy was a significant factor influenced the immigration policies ; the Act prevented the non-Europe and non-White immigrating to Australia....   [tags: Refugee, Australia, World War II, Immigration]

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Debate for No More Refugees in Australia?

- Asylum seekers, in particular “boat people” have proven to be a significant social issue, one that has prompted many intense debates in Australia over last twelve months. Australia has a long history of providing refuges a safe haven. However, in recent times, attitudes towards asylum seekers have become increasingly negative and at times hostile as asylum seekers are constantly portrayed as a threat to culture and society (Lynn & Lea 2003). This essay will provide a brief history of asylum seekers in Australia and examine the social structures that have contributed to the attitudes and treatment of asylum seekers in Australia today....   [tags: asylum seekers, boat people, terrorists]

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Personal Narrative : My Mother And I Took A 2 Week Trip

- In the summer of 2005, my mother and I took a 2-week trip to Mexico to visit my grandparents. I was about 8 years old. My grandparents own a big ranch located in the middle of an enormous hill. We crossed many dwindling, bumpy, and steep roads to get to the medium-sized mud house they live in. This area in the middle of Mexico wasn’t a very modernized area. There were no new cars, no computers, no satellite television, and nothing entertaining. I wasn’t too excited about sleeping in a mud house with almost no TV reception....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Hiking, Water]

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My Trip At China, India, Japan, Asia, Africa, And Brazil

- Before I embark on my long awaited world journey; a trip like this will be extraordinarily enlightening and will undoubtedly change the way I view the world. My trip will include a visit to China, India, Japan, Africa and Brazil. Each country is filled with their own unique heritage that fills the towns and cities with a distinct cultural atmosphere. My world excursion will capture the different values of each culture through the specific sites that I visit, and will explore the historical highlights of the countries....   [tags: Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan, Agra, Mumtaz Mahal]

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A Little Bit of My Life and the Trip I Am Planning to Take

- How are your restaurants coming along. I must admit that your chef’s food tasted quite amazing when I was there. I know we just talked a few months ago in person, but I felt that I should write to you regarding my life, this cruise, and other things rather than just business related topics. Did you know that I am currently going out with Natalie Portman. Of course you didn’t, this is what I mean, this is why I wrote this letter, because it contains many aspects of my past, current, and future life so I can talk to you as a friend....   [tags: Casablanca, Morocco]

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I Chose The Book ' Detour : My Bipolar Road Trip '

- I chose the book “Detour: My Bipolar Road Trip in 4-D” because I was intrigued by the reviews that I read about this book. I have a cousin that is diagnosed with bipolar disorder I felt the memoir might give me more insight into his disorder. Simon depicts a vibrant tale of her journey from being in denial about her disorder to finally coming to terms and accepting that she is bipolar. She is often critical and unforgiving of those who are not bipolar that inhabit her environment, however; she displays a great deal of compassion towards those that have been diagnosed and she aspires to change the stigma that surrounds people that are bipolar....   [tags: Mental disorder, Schizophrenia, Suicide]

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Physical Fitness Test Of Coast Guard

- 1. A significant portion of the Coast Guard is not required to maintain any physical fitness standard. Requiring boatcrew members and law enforcement personnel to pass the physical fitness test; it puts a burden on the members for the extra time to maintain this standard. To change the current boat crew physical fitness test to a Coast Guard wide physical fitness test. It would benefit the Coast Guard and start to create a healthier lifestyle. The Coast Guard should require all members to pass the boat crew physical fitness standards....   [tags: Exercise, Physical exercise, Patrol boat]

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Nickel And Dimed : The Author 's Trip Into The Working Poor World

- Nickel and Dimed is a book about the author’s trip into the working poor world. Her profession was as a professor in biology. She noticed similar traits of her studies throughout the years, their struggle with being working poor. This struggled she saw preempted her to create a social experiment that is about how to live as a unskilled, working poor person in America. Instead of experimenting on others she took upon herself to be the one who drives into this unknown world to her. This assignment she given herself wasn’t an easy task and Ehrenreich experiences many conflicting emotions about what she will take on....   [tags: Employment, Minimum wage, Working poor]

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My First International Mission Trip At Lesotho South Africa

- I have been a Christian my whole life; when the church doors were open, I was there, and I enjoyed being there; it was like home away from home. Since I was young, I always wondered what God had in store for my life. There was nothing I was amazing at, no act in which I really excelled, and there were things I enjoyed and did well, but nothing that made me special. I remember praying as an eight-year-old, asking God to show me what he had in store for my life. It was not until I was seventeen that I would find out....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship, Teacher]

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Comparing the Shower Scene from Psycho with the Boat Scene from Jaws

- Comparing the Shower Scene from Psycho with the Boat Scene from Jaws I have chosen the second question 'compare the famous shower scene from Psycho with the boat scene from Jaws. How do the directors build up tension here?' I am going to compare various things such as camera angles/shots, music, lightning, long and short edits, dramatic irony and sound. Jaws is a film about 3 brave men set out to kill a man eating shark who seems to be unconquerable as it has killed a lot of people in the past, the attacks he has made look horrifying and the men set out to kill it look like they have very little chance....   [tags: Papers]

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Aerodynamics Forces on a Sail

- This paper will discuss the aerodynamic forces acting on a sail which provides the driving force to propel the boat forward. There are many researchers beginning to realize how effective wind tunnel testing can be for a sailboat's sail construction. Currently, computer programs employing an equation known as the Navier-Stokes fluid mechanics equations is the primary means of calculating wind flow over sails. It was by this means that the below wind tunnel images was constructed. (n.d.) Stanford Yacht Researchers retrieved from ( )....   [tags: driving force, boat propeller, wind]

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A Trip To The Graveyard

- In ancient times, a huge rock of fire collapsed in what was once called “Earth”. The Earth then separated into three parts in different spaces. These three parts were then named unique names, and a new age of three different kingdoms arrived. But there was a little unfolded truth behind the kingdoms’ powers, and a mess started occurring. All of these troubles will rest in peace if the unknown maiden stood against them. But unluckily, nobody knew where she was hiding, and brave knights from the three known kingdoms started the search....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Man and Nature in Stephen Crane's The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat

- Man and Nature in The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat      Stephen Crane uses a massive, ominous stove, sprawled out in a tiny room and burning with "god-like violence," as a principal metaphor to communicate his interpretation of the world. Full of nearly restrained energy, the torrid stove is a symbol of the burning, potentially eruptive earth to which humans "cling" and of which they are a part. As a literary naturalist, Crane interpreted reality from a Darwinian perspective, and saw the earth driven by adamant natural laws, violent and powerful laws which are often hostile to humans and their societies, and he conceived of humans as accidents, inhabiting a harsh, irrational, dan...   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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Choices and Responsibility in London's To Build a Fire and Crane's The Open Boat

- Choices and Responsibility in London's To Build a Fire and Crane's The Open Boat Naturalism portrays humans' control over their actions and fate as limited and determined by the natural world, including their very humanity. The freedom described by Jean-Paul Sartre results in all individuals having the ability to make present choices independently. Despite the fatalism illustrated in naturalism, the characters in London's 'To Build a Fire' and Crane's 'The Open Boat' are ultimately responsible for their choices and consequences of their choices....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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A Trip to the Moon / Man with a Movie Camera / Meshes of the Afternoon

- The films A Trip to the Moon, Man With a Movie Camera and Meshes of the Afternoon were all inventive pieces for their time. A Trip to The Moon (1902) was one of the first films to make a relationship between films and dreams. The story is about a group of men who take off to the moon, and get into some trouble with the natives and come back home. Some aspects of the film reminded me a lot of theatre, specifically that the camera never changes angles in the scenes, the sets were very two dimensional, and that the costumes were all very elaborate....   [tags: Film]

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The Trip: Journey To The Center Of Terence Mckennas Inner Self.

- The Trip: Journey to The Center of Terence McKenna's Inner Self. Terence McKenna has become one of the most (in)famous figures in the exploration of psychedelia and its impact on society and technology. Here McKenna espouses his theories on psychedelic mushrooms, virtual reality, shamanism and evolution. This is definitely one of the strangest and most interesting articles I have ever read. At first it seems almost totally incomprehensible and inconceivable, but after reading it over a couple of times with a good dictionary and thesaurus it begins to make sense....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Lawmakers who Skipped Trip to Manhattan Insulted Constituents

- Lawmakers who Skipped Trip to Manhattan Insulted Constituents The visit to K-State by the Kansas Legislature last Thursday quite uplifting in a way, knowing that even though legislators face perhaps the toughest year of their careers, they still take time to get out of the chambers and listen to the people of Kansas. And then I read the article in Friday’s paper. Hopefully our elected officials have read the article I am referring to, and may they also take notice of this response. For readers who are unfamiliar with the story, although many of the leaders actually traveled to Manhattan to hear presentations about proposed research facilities, approximately 60 legislators chose not to...   [tags: Letter to the Editor Essays]

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Personal Narrative Sociological Concepts in My Trip to Europe

- Personal Narrative Sociological Concepts in My Trip to Europe My trip to Europe was an eye opening experience. It awakened my senses to so many different aspects of life I had not already been introduced to. It was almost like watching a movie, from the minute I stepped of the plane everything was different. When I think about the trip and what experiences I had many sociological concepts come to mind, such as culture shock, ethnocentrism, culture, social locators, cultural transmission, norms, language, and subculture....   [tags: Sociology European Society Papers]

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Essay About Family: The Family Road Trip

- My Sister, Niece and Nephew have taken it upon themselves to drive across the country this summer (my brother-in-law has signed on to assorted portions of this summer sized junket).niece and baby gator That desire to put a car on the road and aim it along a cardinal point is a peculiar - I'd like to say uniquely American - trait but it isn't just an American taste. It's pan cultural, like recipes for bread or dough fried in oil; An insight of my brother-in-law Al - we live in a world united not by love of justice beauty or freedom, but by variations of the doughnut....   [tags: The Family Vacation]

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Embarking on an Acid Trip: Analysis of the benefits and dangers of LSD

- Embarking on an Acid Trip: Analysis of the benefits and dangers of LSD Embarking on an Acid Trip: Analysis of the benefits and dangers of LSD HP200 Abstract A thorough analysis of the hallucinogenic drug lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD-25) and its effect on humans are given. The various uses of the drug are also examined throughout several decades, beginning with its first synthesis in 1938 as well as first use by humans five years later to its current usage today by young adolescents. Various myths have also surrounded the capacity of the drug....   [tags: social issues]

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A Survival Guide for a Family Weekend Camping Trip

- A Survival Guide for a Family Weekend Camping Trip Surviving a camping trip alone with the family can be extremely difficult, and one wrong move can lead to a living nightmare. Hopefully these suggestions can be a survival guide to enduring an excruciating weekend. First, when in the car, the family might start to sing those long, childish sing-along songs, but don't panic. For those people who can almost turn off their brains and stare randomly into space, you definitely have an edge....   [tags: Papers]

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Fort Bragg: My First Road Trip

- Fort Bragg: My First Road Trip When you are a teenager you reach a certain point in your life when you want to be independent. You get this feeling that you want to do something on your own to prove you can. When I was seventeen, in the fall of 2001, I had that feeling that I needed to do something on my own. I needed an adventure to show everyone that I was old enough to be on my own for once. I needed something exciting and new. I talked to my friend Annie and we came up with a plan for our adventure....   [tags: Personal Narratives Freedom Essays]

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Personal Narrative - My First Trip to America

- My First Trip to America It was about two years ago when I arrived in United States of America, and I still remember the day when I left my native country, Honduras. As I recall, one day previous to my departure, I visited my relatives who live in San Pedro Sula. They were all very happy for me to see me except my grandmother Isabel. She looked sad; even though she tried to smile at all times when I was talking to her, I knew that deep inside of her, her heart was broken because of my departure the next morning....   [tags: Personal Narrative]

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Personal and Imaginative Writing - My Trip to Sacramento

- Personal and Imaginative Writing - My Trip to Sacramento The cool fresh air blowing past you was simply amazing in Sacramento. I had three weeks of pure excitement and luxury. My holiday started with a warm lively welcoming from my cousins, at the airport. The journey from San Francisco airport to Sacramento was horrendous. The traffic was furious and there were rages and people very inpatient blasting their horns like maniacs. The noise was deafening. One thing, which I spotted straight away when I was getting into the car, was that the driver seat was on the left where as in England it is on the right....   [tags: Papers]

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Change of Perspective after Meditiational Journey

- When people hear the word sustainable, most will instantly connect this with the “green” movement or being environmentally responsible. I have instead twisted the definition. To me, something that is sustainable is something that has the ability to endure anything that it goes through. Following this definition, what has consistently sustained me through my life has been my family. My family have not only supported me in whatever I am passionate about, but even now - with many miles in between us - their impact is clearly evident in my everyday activities....   [tags: three week trip account, personal reflections]

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Graduation Speech : My Life

- Everyone has had a conflict with loved one’s, countless conflicts can be resolved while other’s turn into full on fights. My conflict had commenced during freshman year of high school with only my statement of desiring to visit Europe when I graduated; more specifically London and Paris. After all, my dad had traveled around the world with the military, my grandma voyages for fun, and even my mom had departed the U.S., so it was in my blood for the excitement of travel. However, Rob, my stepdad, hadn’t been on board with my proposal to go overseas, saying there was no way I’d be able to come up with the money and even if I did assemble the money I should put it towards college....   [tags: Money, Payment, Trip, English-language films]

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Physics of Self Bailing Boats and How I Built One

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Trip To Australia

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Trip To Blackpool

- An experience I will always remember was when I went to Blackpool with my football team. It was early April 2009, my football team had enlisted in a tournament in Blackpool and we were eager to go. When the day came to leave I was woken at the crack of dawn. I was keen to get to Blackpool as swiftly as possible, not only for the football that was ahead of us but also for the famous Pleasure Beach. The coach picked us up at around 8 am and in we crammed into an already full coach. The journey down was full of laughter and friendly joking from the parents....   [tags: Personal Experience Essay]

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Win a Trip

- Raindrops trickled down as the party was in full swing. What was a perfect Saturday on the white sands off the coast of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands and break from research for a health communication for development media platform, came to a close as the sun set in tandem with the incoming storm. The real fun was about to begin. Theo, an Australian who had worked in the Solomons for the past year and one of the friends I made, started his car and we moved from the beach to a dirt road within bush approaching the main road....   [tags: personal narrative]

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The Features Of Naturalism And Its Effects On The Behaviours Of The Characters

- In this essay I will be focusing on the features of naturalism and its effects on the behaviours of the characters in the story. In addition I will help develop the story as I focus on existentialism as the supporting theme. But before I begin to explore the conflict in this story, man vs nature I will first begin by defining what I mean by nature borrowing a quote by Mr. Robert Huntington in 1916: Imagination penetrates below the surface and comprehends and brings to light the deeper forces and facts--the real controlling instincts of characters, the real motives for actions, and the relations of material things to those of the spiritual world and of Man to Nature and God Stephen Crane’s Th...   [tags: The Open Boat, Stephen Crane, Nature, Thought]

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My Experience At The North End Of The Island

- It is said that everyone has a favorite place where they feel secure and at home, somewhere that allows them to think clearly which leads to a deeper understanding of themselves. Growing up in Florida, I have spent a large amount of time in the beach town of Boca Grande, a place where fast food chains and high rises do not exist. On the far north end of the island, there is a place that is truly special to me. I do not know what it is about that spot on that little island, but there is something about it that leads me to deeper understanding about myself, and makes me truly enjoy life....   [tags: Happiness, English-language films, Sean Bean, Boat]

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My Life With My Mom

- I was born in San Francisco, California, a cold and windy place year round. Because of this, I am used to more cold chilly weather than super hot weather like Merced. I was raised by a single mother. I spent a lot of time with my mom and her parents. Because my mom was constantly busy with work, her parents would take over and baby sit me for her. Spending a lot of time with my family. For that reason, I have a very close relationship with my mom and my grandparents. Our family wasn’t really well off, with this in mind my mom deliberately, tried to give me the best education that she could afford....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Family, Dragon boat]

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Out Board Propeller Dynamics

- Missing Figures In The fall of 2004 I purchased a boat and outboard. The company that built the boat also had the responsibility of mounting the out board. Unfortunately the company built the transom of the boat to high and this had a major effect on the boats performance. With the prop so close to the water’s surface the out board would ventilate ever time I tried to get the boat up on step. It would also ventilate on tight turns at high speeds. Unless I wanted to ship the boat back down to Seattle for modifications I would have to find a propeller that would operate effectively near the surface....   [tags: physics boat propeller]

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Nationalism: Anti-Japan Acts during October, 2010

- On September 7th, 2010, a Chinese trawler, Minjinyu 5179, operating in controversial territorial waters collided with Japanese Coast Guard's patrol boats near the Senkaku Islands(or Diaoyutai Islands in Chinese). Japan's detention of the skipper brought about a serious diplomatic dispute between China and Japan. China's demands for the release of the skipper were not accepted, but the detention of the skipper was extended for a further 10 days. This so-called 2010 Senkaku Boat Collision Incident( or the Minjinyu 5179 Incident) outraged the Chinese general public and anti-Japan protests, consequently, broke out in Beijing and Shanghai....   [tags: anti japan, senkaku boat, Minjinyu incident]

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Rocking The Boat

- Throughout history individuals have been plagued with decisions in which they must choose to act in their best interest or act as a martyr, dedicating their lives to the best interests of others. While these choices may seem irrational, selfish, and poorly contemplated from the outside, on the inside there are simply no other options. Paradoxically, the protagonists in both Kate Chopin’s The Awakening and Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain sacrifice what is precious to them to preserve their emotional and spiritual survival....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Mystery behind Rowing

- At last, I could see the first boat racing across the Chattanooga Lake with four more boats drifting behind it. The crowds were no longer in their seats, but were standing on their toes cheering for their team. I could tell that losing was not an option for these rowers, as their strokes gradually began increasing in velocity. At this point it was a question of which team wanted to win more. The UGA novice team answered that question as soon as they ripped through the finish line with their last powerful stroke....   [tags: crew, lake, boat racing, Chattanooga, UGA]

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Where Do I Begin? Let 's Take A Trip Down Memory Lane

- Alright, where do I begin. Let’s take a trip down memory lane; I first met Encar when I was in the 7th grade and she were a little 5th grader that I happen to see standing there in the middle of the small cubical we had at Clinton. She stood there with her dark green shirt and her cute little red bow. I didn’t think much of it at the time, I honestly forgot about that special moment until a little over two years later. I was scrolling down my Facebook feed and I come across a post from an old friend named Encar, I was surprised to see that the post had to involve her breaking-up with her then boyfriend....   [tags: Debut albums, 2007 singles, American films]

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A Trip to the Doctor can be Harmful

- ... But after doing some research and talking with my doctor, I discovered It is a fight or flight response. I associate it with a hostile environment. The waiting room is a closed space. There are strangers all around. As a combat veteran I see this as a hostile place with the possibility of a combat confrontation. In combat if you are stagnant you die. You do not want to be closed in and not moving. It makes an easy target and you are more easily ambushed. I cannot stand the abnormally long wait times at the VA....   [tags: misdiagnosis, trauma, veteran]

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Trip to France: The Wrong Train

- The time that I spent in France was one of the most extraordinary elements in my life. My jaw reached the ground and my eyes popped like a lightning bolt. These reactions took place as I stepped into the beautiful landscape of this pleasant city. The elegant and sophisticated attractions were surrounded by a number of miniature homes and the streets packed with stores arranged in a linear perspective. The smell of rich coffee fumed into the air as if someone sprayed perfume to the rest of the city....   [tags: Eiffel, Fireworks]

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One Place I Would Like to Visit on a Class Trip

- One Place I Would Like to Visit on a Class Trip New York City is the one place I would very much like to visit on our next class trip. New York City is very large and has lots of exciting and educational activities, such as going to the theater, museums, landmarks and shopping. New York City is located in the state of New York, only 30 minutes to Newark Airport in New Jersey. It makes a perfect place for a class trip. The tourist season runs the entire year, making visiting time flexible. New York City is usually packed with people making the city look very overcrowded....   [tags: Personal Narrative Traveling Persuasive Essays]

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Free Narrative Essay - Our Big Trip to State College

- Our Big Trip to State College Overwhelming, there is simply no other way of putting the impact that my first "big trip to State College" had on me. The weekend had the potential to be an explosive one, but I had no idea that it would take the turn it did. We began our trip with a stop at Sheetz, picking up all of the necessary goods, such as gas, beef jerky, and cigarettes. One might be thinking, how can one trip to State College be any different than any other....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essays]

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A Comparison Between Billy Liar and Our Own Production of The Trip

- A Comparison Between Billy Liar and Our Own Production of The Trip Our practical work was performed in February 2004 and was a piece of improvisation based on the theme of truth and lies. We read Billy Liar in the winter of 2003, it is a 1960's play by Keith Waterhous and Willis Hall and is also based on the theme of truth and lies. Throughout Billy Liar, Billy lies incredibly often and often indulges in fantasies, leaving him completely unresponsive to the 'real world'. In our play, there are four characters and two of them share Billy's tendency to lie in order to achieve what they want....   [tags: Papers]

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My Trip to the Country

- I came all the way to the countryside on a five-hour ferry-ship along the Yangzi River and then a three-mile walk. Here in the countryside, it is like someone laid a green blanket around the whole entire village. There are also lots ponds and streams, and today, the pond water is sparkling with the afternoon sunlight. This is nothing like the city, where I live, because in the city the streets were always bustling with people, cars, buses, and bikes rushing to work. Here, it is much less crowded than in the city and sometimes people even have oxen with them if they have heavy wagons....   [tags: Dialogue Essays]

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My Trip With My Aunt

- Spending a few weeks with my aunt was always the highlight of my summer. Rules were nonexistent with her, we could play and do as we pleased as long as we listened to her when it was serious. Once my Aunt Lisa, a teacher, was let out of school, my brother, sister, and I could not wait more than a day or two before calling and begging her to let us come over. Even though it was a four hour drive she jumped at the opportunity. The wait for her was agonizing. Our cousins, Tonya and Lee, rode with her experiencing the same anxiety....   [tags: Sibling, Family, Play, Free-to-play]

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My Trip At The Airport

- This is the day I thought, just after waking up from only a few hours of sleep. I had stayed up until 2am with my friends the night/morning before, even though my plane left at 5:10am. I was nervous and even though I had already packed, overpacked, my suitcase I was still running around grabbing last minute items; that shirt I forgot to grab, one more perfume, my electric toothbrush. I didn’t know how long I was going to be gone, so I couldn’t seem to get enough stuff. My bags were so stuffed that I actually had to tie my vans to my purse, which was well over packed, and I couldn’t add anything to my suitcase because it already weighted 46 pounds and the weight limit is 50 pounds....   [tags: Coming out, LGBT, Plane, Mind]

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My Trip On The Lake

- “We always have fun swimming in the lake, sorry the other guys couldn’t make it, I need to go my grandpa’s taking me fishing this afternoon.” Kenny grabbed the towel and went to the bike. “Yeah, guess I’ll go on home, it’s not much fun swimming alone,” Justin mumbled staring at the water. “What’s wrong?” Kenny asked when he noticed his friend looked sad. “I wish I had a grandpa, but all mine are dead.” “Yeah, well, I need to go, see you later.” Kenny hooked the towel on the side of his bike and left....   [tags: Mother, 2007 singles, 2006 singles, 2005 singles]

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My Trip Is Going Well

- My weekend is going well. I work all week, 45 h/week it is looking like a not too hard, but my kids yell and cry to me all time. I was straining. That why when I have free time during the weekend. I like to go hang out with my friend and find some fun to do. I really wanted to make myself happy and relax. Sometime I just went to walk and ride bicycles around the house. I wanted to take a class in college or normal school and go to school 3 day or 4 days/ week. I want to make friend and find new experience from normal school that is my dream in my young....   [tags: English language, Second language]

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Tips For A Travel Trip

- Finding your way around without the internet Travel Preparations One of the greatest fear among travelers is getting lost in a foreign country and not knowing what to do. Before getting on a plane to fly to a foreign country, it is very important to familiarize yourself with your travel destination. Taking time to make travel preparations can help you find your way faster and easier when you get lost. A comprehensive travel arrangement involves finding a convenient hotel, familiarizing yourself with the map of your travel destination and studying the transportation system or outlay of your destination....   [tags: IPhone, App Store, IPhone OS, Apple Inc.]

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My Trip At International Airport

- My heart was pounding as I boarded my flight leaving the Bangkok International Airport. A flight attendant in a grey dress with a red bow draped over her shoulder announced; “Welcome aboard flight AA350 to the United States.” My journey began that day. I recall my first time arriving on U.S. soil from the Dallas International Airport and absorbing as many sights, sounds, and aromas as my brain could process. I felt a sensory overload. Everything was big, loud, fast, and beautifully bright at the same time....   [tags: High school, United States]

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The Effectiveness of Willy Russell's Presentation of the School Trip in Our Day Out

- The Effectiveness of Willy Russell's Presentation of the School Trip in Our Day Out 'Our day out' was written as a television play in 1977 but taken directly from Willy Russell's personal experience of teaching in a Liverpool comprehensive school in 1974. Not only does Willy Russell's experience stem from his time in teaching but also from being a pupil at two Liverpool comprehensive schools, leaving at 15 with no qualifications. This gives him a good understanding of situations described in the play from the point of view of both children and teachers....   [tags: Papers]

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Personal Writing: Our Trip To See The Band "last One Standing"

- Personal Writing: Our Trip to See the Band "Last One Standing" This past Friday I traveled down to Burlington with my friends Justin, Jamie, and Steve. The purpose of our trip was to see Justin and his band, Last One Standing, play at his old high school in Colchester. We all met around three o'clock, then piled into Justin's black, Volkswagen GTI, behind the Senators dorm. His car being a little used, it took fifteen minutes to actually be on our way. We put on some fast-paced driving music, a band called INTEGRITY(they're a hardcore band), and left the worries of Johnson behind us....   [tags: essays research papers]

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