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    all steel

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    All Steel Page.1 A Mike Boat company was the workhorse unit for the direct support of tactical units throughout the Mekong Delta, and other inland waterways of Vietnam. Although smaller in boat size and than those used by a Heavy Boat company, the Mike was faster and more water manoeuvrable. Although originally designed as a ship-to-shore landing craft it was used in many other ways on the rivers and canals of Vietnam. It was used as a tanker with rubber fuel balloons in its well deck, as a mobile

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    An Analysis of Das Boot

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    What is it that makes the film, "Das Boot", stand out in the plethora of war movies? Why was this film, with subtitles and about German World War 2 soldiers, popular enough in America to earn six Academy Award nominations? One possible answer is the characters. Like so many other epics, the sensation of viewing pleasure goes beyond the intense plot and into the intricacy and intimacy of the building blocks of every story: the characters. Director Wolfgang Petersen's mastery is in bringing

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    Catapulting Fish I saw fish. We all did. Little silver fish the size of my palm were all lying sideways on the surface of the water. There were just a few at first, but they kept appearing. I saw a little boy point to a fish and ask his father about it. The boy knew the difference between the fake shark and the real dead fish. I entered Amityville from the employee entrance. Just past the break room there is a 7-foot-tall light blue wooden gate door. Even from there, I could smell it

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    Gym Ethnography Essay

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    normal crowed that comes from 2-5. Also this is the only time I could come during the day that fits in with my schedule. The second question I asked was about the personal space why did you choose not to run directly next to someone and do you choose a machine based on personal space? Her response was “ Yes I do choose a machine based on personal space. I don’t like the feeling of someone watching over my machine and silently judging how fast or slow I am going. The culture of the gym is slowly coming

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    Jose Antonio Vargas gives personal experiences he encountered throughout his whole life. He mentions his legal status in order to connect more with his readers. This piece of work is both an astonishing and reflective since most of the individuals in America are undocumented. He properly discusses personal encounters with individuals with a different mindset than him and he is able to provide them more knowledge towards his illegal status. Vargas provides various facts and information regarding

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    Personal Narrative- A Seinfeld Addict's Dream Come True My heart ached. As constant as the waves of the sea slap the rocks, so the emptiness lurked. The icy hand of desperation wrapped me up and constricted. I was suffocating in that dismal abyss of loathsome sitcoms. I lamented but nobody heard, my pain had no companions. "No! Why? Why? Why?" I cried. I dropped down on my knees and flailed my arms wildly. My lamentation sliced through the air like a blade through butter. "Worry not Michael

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    The Most Common Fear Children Have Growing Up

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    A great majority of society feared the monster under the bed or in the closet. Perhaps they were just afraid of the dark and the weird noises when home alone. Those are common fears that children have growing up. What is fear? Does everyone have fear? Does fear control one’s life? Can fear be controlled? Fear is something everyone experiences in life. Fear is a part of life. According to the Oxford Dictionary, “fear is an unpleasant emotion triggered by the belief that someone or something is dangerous

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    We all have special goals and things we aspire to be. Often times, things do not occur exactly how we want them to. Those types of situations can leave us feeling defeated, especially when they go in direct opposition of what we desire. However, thinking pessimistically will only make that situation worse. It is essential to think of that hint of positivity in what you think may be completely negative. Doing this can make the seemingly atrocious events in life a lot more tolerable. You can drastically

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    POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS E-LEARNING FOR STUDENTS Nowadays, E-learning has become an increasingly popular approach to learning in higher education institutions due to the rapid growth of Internet technology. As we can see, most higher education institutions using e-learning to improve the education of students and enhance their technology skills. E-learning can give us a lot of positive effects, especially students; however, the technological content was twice the decline and needs. Computer

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    It is not hidden that Toni Morrison finds names and naming very important in her novel Song of Solomon. Declaring the importance of names from the start, the epigraph to the novel reads “The fathers may soar / and the Children may know their Names” (Morrison). When first reading the novel people may be surprised by the large quantity and obscurity of characters names. Names like “Milkman”, “Guitar” and “Empire State” sound odd and meaningless but as readers explore the novel they see the importance

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