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    Pool Boy

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    *::* Book Report *::* Pool Boy was a well written story about a 15 year old boy, Brett Gerson, whose life is changed dramatically. Brett is the main character in this novel. The book Pool Boy is set in a rich part of present day California. Let it be known that the Gerson’s are EXTREMELY rich, not just fairly rich ,extremely rich. One day Brett’s father was taken away and thrown in jail for insider trading. The Gerson family had to sell almost everything that they own to try and pay back the money

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    Roman Pool

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    Roman Pool The private residence built by newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst in San Simeon, California is quite a site to behold. Originally named La Cuesta Encantada it is now often referred to as Hearst Castle. It is located on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the Santa Lucia Mountains. The estate took 28 years to build and includes the main house, guest houses, two pools, and acres of gardens, terraces and walkways. Its rooms and gardens are decorated with an impressive

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    Pool Personalities

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    like going out to play a few friendly games of pool. Pool itself is supposed to be a gentleman’s game, but many of the people I play against taint the image of the game. The average person I play is just out looking for a good time. It could be someone trying to free his or her mind after a stressful day at work, or a group of friends hanging out for a while. These are the people who normally come in, have a couple drinks, and enjoy a few games of pool before going home for the evening. Although some

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    Physics of Pool

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    and microscopic levels, giving insight into the way objects interact. Here we will take a look at how physics can be applied to the game of pool. Almost all of the different aspects of pool can be explained through physics, and a better understanding of these fundemental principles can aid in performance playing pool. In the game of pool there are sixteen balls, one cueball and fifteen physically identical numbered balls. While there are many interactions between all the balls

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    Physics of Pool

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    When most of us go out to play pool we do not realize how much physics effects our game. If we took the time to understand at least the basic physics of pool it might be amazing to what degree we could improve our skills. Most of us already know at least somewhat the general idea of how to play pool well. Below I will give a brief description of how physics plays a part in improving you game of pool. So read on if you care to impress your fellow pool players! -Basic Momentum

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    Swimming Pool Essay

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    To date, the pool has ceased to be an attribute of luxury and at present almost everyone can afford it. Many people think about how to build a swimming pool with their own hands. But at the same time, it is not the ability to do this on your own, but how to build a swimming pool is decisive - it depends on it whether it will serve you impeccably for a long time. The construction of swimming pools is a matter where amateurishness is not forgivable and mistakes can be very, very expensive. So before

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    old Worland Community Pool, but I have plenty of memories from that building. Yes, I am just writing on the example that you gave in class, but to be honest, the old pool was the first thing that came to mind when you assigned the writing topic last week. Going back to the essay, I’d like to make a bold statement. I will always have more fond memories of the old pool than of the new one. It may be a simple matter of the difference in total memories from each of the pools. I have swum for over

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    The Pool Party

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    The Pool Party Every summer at Casa De Prado Condominiums’ the home owners complain about the pool. The biggest problem about the pool is there is no structure to how its maintained. Basic information about Indiana State laws regarding pools confuses monitors. Just having the pool open and close every day is a problem. Imagine a hot day and standing outside the gate, looking at the pool that is not opened. The cleanliness of the pool has come up. These issues affect the home owners of

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    Indoor Pool vs Outdoor Pool

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    world, indoor pools have been perfected by and for humans for ultimate efficiency of use, enjoyment, and economical potential. On this note, an indoor swimming pool should be built instead of the current outdoor swimming pool for students and staff on Eastfield Community College’s main campus (EFC) located in Mesquite, Texas. Let’s face it: people want private, temperature-controlled, clean and efficient indoor pools over unsanitary and the uncontrolled weather of the outdoor pools environment. The

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    Social Construct of a Pool Hall

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    Construct of a Pool Hall Billiards, or more commonly referred to as pool has been played for many decades. In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century it was played by those of upper class standing in their homes. Over the twentieth century pool shifted roles, becoming part of middle and lower class society. With the class change, pool also moved out of the home and into bars and halls. Pool has been forever transformed; today there are three main groups of pool players to be found

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