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    Once, long ago, the Onara tribe fled to what is now Treegap from yet another enemy that drove them out of their land. They were a peaceful people who didn’t believe in violence and were kind to all. They were used to being pushed around by other villages with weapons and a blood-thirsty nature, but this time was worse than others. They had settled on a fertile river bank, built strong, permanent homes and were very happy. One day however, the Dari tribe came to their spot, hungry for more land. They

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    For instance, potassium helps photosynthesis and magnesium is needed for the plant to manufacture chlorophyll. If magnesium is in short supply, the leaves, particularly the old ones become moulted or pale. Iron is part of the chlorophyll molecule and shortage of the mineral will make leaves pale. A few substances, known as trance elements may even be toxic to the plant. Copper is one of the trace elements. Nitrate, phosphorus and potassium are the substances which are most frequently in

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    Analysis of Sonnet 33 Full many a glorious morning I have seen Flatter the mountaintops with sovereign eye, Kissing with golden face the meadows green, Gilding pale streams with heavenly alchemy, Anon permit the basest clouds to ride With ugly rock on his celestial face And from the forlorn world his visage hide, Stealing unseen to west with this disgrace. Even so my sun one early morn did shine With all-triumphant splendor on my brow. But out, alack! he was but one hour mine, The region

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    it will often attack even those most loved. You see this family member become increasingly fragile physically: not eating well or enough; not sleeping at all, and only a little after taking sleeping pills so strong they’d knock out a horse; skin so pale and weak against a bony skeleton that at times you find yourself looking directly into the face of a ghost. You hear implied threats of suicide often enough, but not too often, so that you don’t know what to make of them, whether they are true cries

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    The first bell of the morning rings, shaking the stone of the underground city. I tug on a clean, ash-gray tunic, complete with golden embroideries to mark my status as a leader, with a yawn, climbing out of the niche I claim as a bed. Finger-combing my hair, I wrestle it into a braid and survey the Golden Hall. The rest of the Hall begins to stir around me. Someone adds fuel to the near-dead fire in the corner of the room; someone else puts dagger to sharpening-stone. Tired faces poke out of the

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    American Indian Stories

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    introduction of the “pale face” Native Americans lived a calm and serene life. They lived in big communities and help one another in order to survive. They had a form of religion, poly-theistic, that would be their main form of salvation. They had chiefs and warriors. They had teepees that would allow them to quickly pack up and move. The Native Americans were a nomadic, primitive people that did not live up to the whiter man’s view of “civilization”. However, the white man, pale face, felt the need

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    destroy all in one breath. In the beginning of the novel, the land is dry and the last rains are falling. For a small time, the land is green and plentiful. Then, “The surface of the earth crusted, a thin hard crust, and as the sky became pale, so the earth became pale. Pink in the red country and white in the gray country. (3)” Here, the water is helping the people in acting in the traditional role of nature being “good.” At the end of the novel water floods the land. The flood brings death and destruction

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    The Real Men in Black

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    proper information to have your own opinion. The M.I.B. are said to visit people shortly after an encounter with aliens. Different people say different things about them, but basically they all agree on their appearance. They are said to be tall, pale with abnormal features. They are said to have a very queer presence. It is not very human, some say they talk without moving their lips, and have monotonal, or mechanical voices. They drive vintage luxury cars that are in mint condition. They sometimes

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    Clouds

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    Cloud formations have always been observed by people, many centuries before our time. People were always fond of clouds. They always wondered why some clouds were dark and others were white and fluffy, and why some clouds are so up high and others were so low that they looked reachable by the human hands. The most recent classification of clouds was accomplished by the World Meteorological Organization in 1956. This organization lists 10 basic kinds of clouds that are subdivided into species according

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    throughout the poetry. "Thanatopsis" revolves around the issues of life and death, using nature as their common ground to describe the overall message. "The all-beholding sun shall see no more in all his course; nor yet in the cold ground, where they pale form was laid, with many tears, nor embrace of ocean, shall exist they image" ( Bryant 2673 ). He vividly paints the picture of oneís death and thus a lack of life. He goes on to depict the earth and her surroundings as manís eternal tomb, expressing

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