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    The Stolen Golf Cart

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    on the hills with people everywhere, inside and out. A few of my friends and I were outside when, out of the dark, a golf cart came skidding down the new brick driveway. The guy throwing the party caught eye of the cart and began freaking out, not only because there was a stolen golf cart in his driveway, but there was also a thirty-foot skid mark. He demanded that the golf cart be returned to where it was found, but there was a slight problem. The spring on the back wheel driver’s side had broken

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    The Knight and the Cart

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    The Knight of the Cart By the end of eleventh century, Western Europe had experienced a powerful cultural revival. The flourish of New towns provided a place for exchange of commerce and flow of knowledge and ideas. Universities, which replaced monasteries as centers of learning, poured urbanized knowledge into society. New technological advances and economics transformations provided the means for building magnificent architectures. These developments were representative of the mental and behavioral

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    Throughout the story The Knight of the Cart by Chretien de Troyes, the knight of the cart, or better known as Lancelot, shows off his prowess as a knight time and time again. There can be no doubt as a reader that Lancelot is a knight of incredible skill and ambition, and that he would do whatever it took to appease those around him, especially Queen Guinevere herself. While his skill may be unmatched, there is one flaw of Lancelot that seems to be overlooked by Chretien de Troyes, and possibly

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    hitting the ‘add to cart’ button, only to not go through with purchasing those products. Instead, items stay in the shopping cart only to never find their way to a loving home. That abandoned shopping cart is a lot like the “island of misfit toys,” in the Classic film, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, except the products left behind live on, “Cyber Island of abandoned shopping carts.” Why, oh why, do people not go through with the purchase transaction? “The Average Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate is

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    Lancelot in The Knight of the Cart and Odysseus of Odyssey "Let love be without hypocrisy.  Abhor what is evil; cling to what is good (Romans 12:9)."  This principal seems to be markedly evident as one closely examines the actions and thoughts behind the character of Sir Lancelot in The Knight of the Cart.  When one encounters the adventures of Odysseus in The Odyssey, however, the values of a completely different and slightly opposing culture present themselves.  In the medieval times

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    these concepts, and all are equally represented in Chretien de Troyes' The Knight of the Cart, or more commonly known as Lancelot, the original text that portrayed the adulterous affair between Lancelot, a knight in Arthur’s court, and Arthur’s queen, Guinevere. In a similar style to the aithed (Kibler 112)—or Celtic tale of abduction —Chretien crafts a time enduring legend in which in our knight of the cart, Lancelot embarks on a romantic and chivalric quest in search of the queen, for Meleagant

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    go cart

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    poled my go cart out of the barn and my brother came out to get the ax to chop bushes down so the path is wider for the go cart, and the 4 wheeler and I was trying to start the go cart. My brother was laughing at me so I told him that I could not do it so why don't you do it if you are so tough? So he told me to get in to the go cart and press the gas petal when he poled the string so I did and he poled the string and started it. I said thank you then I stated to travel in my go cart I got about

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    Fighting for His Dream

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    to play with the aid of a cart because of the deterioration of the bone and muscle in his knee, which impairs his walking abilities. The rare circulatory disease that Martin has is called Klippel-Trenanuary Weber Syndrome, and can lead to the total amputation of his leg, above the knee, in the near future (White). Therefore, if he is unable to use a cart he cannot pursue his dream of playing on the PGA Tour. Even though he has won the right to use a specialized cart at the present time, the

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    Physics Lab Report

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    experiment required the use of a frictionless cart, an inclined ramp, motion sensor, meter stick, and assistance of computer programs. These tools help us to achieve/correct our predictions by giving us precise information about the acceleration of the cart in both the up and downhill direction. Prediction: My prediction for Problem # 5 was how I felt that the acceleration of the cart would be equal but opposite to each other on the way up and down. As the cart is going uphill it would have a negative

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    tumble onto the pavement as Hurry Harry, with a barrel-chested chassis and a fleshy front end, pushes his way into the grocery store. He weaves his way through the traffic of shoppers, cutting them off at the aisle intersections, creating a fourteen cart pileup. His basket overflows with instant, frozen, or ready-to-eat food. Finally, the final lap: the checkout stand. Ignoring the flashing sign for ten items or less, he dumps his purchases on the conveyer belt. He taps his foot impatiently, mumbling

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