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    Victorian Writing

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    How can I describe my emotions at this catastrophe, or how delineate the wretch whom with such infinite pains and care I had endeavoured to form? His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful. Beautiful! -- Great God! His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of muscles and arteries beneath; his hair was of a lustrous black, and flowing; his teeth of a pearly whiteness; but these luxuriances only formed a more horrid contrast with his watery eyes, that seemed almost of

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    Otzi Murder Theory

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    5000 years ago, a man known to us as Ötzi died in the mountains. 1991 he was discovered again, turning into a mystery scientists would work on in the years to come. Evidence showed the scientists that he had been murdered, and they already know how he died, but exactly why was this man murdered? Using the evidence they collected from the injuries on his body and the objects they found with him, the scientists try to find out what the reason for his death was. The question has been keeping everyone

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    Murder Mystery

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    Five foot one, little and fierce, determined to seek on revenge on those who have escaped the law. Meet Brett the mischievous fiery tempered, axe welding warrior from the Midwest. His ecstatic energy and courageous attitude, helps him solve and stumble upon murders. Then one brisk October day, he got a call that stopped him cold in his tracks. He would have to examine the crime of his.... brother, Jordan. He now was the last heir to the Giese's heritage. He couldn’t believe it, even after the information

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    Vikings

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    slain quickly. A disadvantage of the broad-axe is that the warrior can’t use a shield to defend himself and it demands the wielder to stay in motion the entire time. A common disadvantage to all axes is “short cutting edges make it impossible to cut through both shield and man” in a single blow (Haywood 62). The axe was able to do more than just thrust and slash like the sword. Both axes can be used in taking down an enemy’s shield with the ‘beard’ of the axe and pulling their leg to make them off balanced

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    student

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    the manger of the Weisskugel Lodge. The way he affected the site was when he moved the axe from the rock next to the body to another rock that was close by, in addition to that he did some other general scavenging (Page 13). Anton Koler also came in and looked around the site, he even moved the axe in order to take a better picture of it (17 Page). Markus was the first to remove an item from the site, the axe (Page 17). Hans Kammerlander disturbed the site by taking the stick off the ledge near the

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    History Of The Vikings

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    Are you a fan of inspiring warriors, battle tactics, and weapons? Then, Vikings are your answer. Vikings were pagans but also rich in traditions. The Vikings’ reputation as daring masters of the sea mainly is derived from their obsession with ships. The Vikings were known as great warriors because of their offensive and defensive tactics. They used weapons as tools for combat as well as symbols of status and wealth. The Vikings history will fill your cranium with information about inspiring warriors

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    Sucks and Blows

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    harmless utterance has now taken on a new meaning and became an extremely negative and hurt-filled word, faggot. Researching the word faggot first brings forth the Latin word “fasces” (fascibus). Originating during the Roman Empire the fasces was an axe surrounded by a tightly wrapped bundle of sticks and a major symbol of the power and authority an individual possessed. It is said that fasces were carried as symbols of power by Roman lictors in front of certain important people such as kings, consuls

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    A long line of women fills up a traditional looking catholic church. One by one they are pouring into the tiny, wooden Confessional. At the bottom right corner, a box sits saying “The Axe Effect” and the image of a can of Axe body spray. The women seem to be all different ages, business women to high school ,and come from all walks of life though their faces are not showing. With their hands crossed, and heads bent at a slight angle. Hands are full, perhaps showing a crunch for time during their

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    Honest Abe

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    the chirping from the birds. As he gathered all of his tools from the shack and placed them into his rucksack, he noticed a very old, rusty axe that belonged to his father. As he gazed at the axe, he all of the sudden pictured himself walking to the forest with his father and his father telling him that one day his axe was going to be his. He gripped the axe, swinging it around, envisioning him cutting wood like his father had. As he walked to the forest with his fellow woodchoppers, he passed Lake

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    A spiritual man, conscious of nature and his surroundings. He recognizes good and evil, and struggles to find his own special place in the realm of all other men. He searches far and wide for places of interest , upon arrival, he hopes to find a solemn sanctuary for man and nature. Gary Sherman Snyder, the son of Harold and Lois Snyder, was born in San Francisco, California, on May 8, 1930. The Family moved quite a few times before they settled down in Portland, Oregon, in 1942. Snyder was granted

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