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    Animation

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    direct-to-video commercials interactive video games, and the Internet. Create a series of sequential drawings of characters of other subjects, which when photographed and projected at specific speeds become animated.? (?Animators? np) Animation's history can go back all the way to three thousand years ago in Eastern Asia with shadow puppets. In that place and time, it was one of the more popular forms of entertainment. In the past one hundred and fifty years there were devices called zoetropes that were wheels

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    The Voice of the Sea in The Awakening

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    close embrace (Chopin 25). In the novel, “the ocean symbolizes Edna's "awakening" to a life filled with freedom and independence” (Nickerson). On a hot summer evening Robert and Edna go bathing.  Although Edna does not wish to go and initially declines his offer, something inside is compelling her to go down to the water.  It is there in the seductive ocean that Edna's awakening begins. A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her... [she] was beginning to realize her position

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    Resistance of a Wire

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    proportional to the electronic force impressed upon the circuit and inversely proportional to the total resistance of the circuit. This means that when the amount of voltage running through a circuit is increased, the resistance will go up and the current will go down, or vice versa. This is what I intend to find out. Voltage=Current x Resistance V=I x R Prediction: I believe that as the length of wire increase, so will the resistance. This is because there will be more wire molecules

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    College Dorms

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    from the projects hardly ever go to college? It's because they don't want to leave their lush surroundings. The actual term dormitory is of course derived from the Latin term for sleep, which is appropriate because that is all you have space to do. You have to do it standing up in the bathroom sink but it can be done. The luckier students have space to scratch their assses but the windows have to be open and their roommates have to be gone for the weekend. When you go home the closets even feel like

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    the bomb

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    goes down to dinner. The next night him and Matt go to the dance at their school. Matt is talking to a lot of girls so Cara takes Philip to dance on the dance floor. Then after the dance Philip goes home to practice his guitar and then he went to bed. The next day Matt barrows some money from Philip. That night at dinner Philip and his mother get into a very big fight. Philip gets his guitar and goes in to the bomb shelter. Then Matt and Cara go down into the shelter to try to cheer him up. After

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    A Worn Path

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    Eudora Welty, tells the journey on foot of an elderly black women, Phoenix Jackson, from her home to the nearest town. She makes the journey to go to the doctor to get medicine for her sick grandson. On the trip, she runs into some trouble here and there with her dress getting caught in the underbrush and old age getting to her. She encounters a big dog that knocks her over, but is soon rescued by a passing hunter. As she gets to town, Phoenix asks a woman to her to help her tie her shoes

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    dorm room watching a DVD, I looked around and suddenly realized how lucky I was. I lived in a decent sized room with lighting and air conditioning that I could adjust to make myself comfortable. Then I thought how even more lucky I was to be able to go home too yet a nicer living facility at my own house that I have to share with nobody but my immediate family. It made me begin to wonder how many people there are that do not possess this luxury. That is when I thought of Habitat for Humanity. The

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    I'm Going to College

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    now.  The first time she went, she gained a degree as a Medical Laboratory Technician.  Later in life, she went back to college and attained her accounting degree.  My mother decided that she was not happy as a Medical Technician, so she wanted to go back to school to learn of what fields would interest her... ... middle of paper ... ...of reading to your children.  He explained that as long as you read to your child, or as long as they are reading to themselves, it would increase your child's

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    for his riches. In the Novel The Great Gatsby, the book strongly relates to "The American Dream." In Gatsby’s case, the dream is that through acquiring wealth and power, once can also gain happiness. To reach his idea of what happiness is, Gatsby must go back in time to relive an old dream. To do this, he believes he must first have wealth and power. Jay Gatsby is a man who does not wish to live life in the present because it offers him nothing. He spends a majority of his life trying to recapture his

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    faced with shocking news. My mom had been going to school in Greeley and staying at my Aunt Margaret's house . She had been away for two weeks and wanted to come home for the Fourth of July weekend. My mom had suggested that I go back with her and visit colleges, shop, go to movies and just spend time together. I had been feeling pretty sorry for myself since she had been gone. I had been working alot as a maid and helping my dad run the house, I was getting very irritated with my siblings as I felt

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