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    I was very excited when I was invited to play for the girls’ high school tennis team, when I was still in eighth grade. Playing for the team was both very intense, because of the many practices we had every week, and fun, since I was able to meet my friends. There came a time every week when I would feel very nervous, and that was when we played matches against other high schools. In the first two weeks, I was able to win all my singles and doubles matches, which helped me gain a lot of confidence

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    Descriptive Essay Tennis

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    points. Four and you are out of this. I look across court, toss up the fuzzy yellow ball, hold my breath and swing. With a loud pop, my serve flies over the net and passes by my opponent. Three. I repeat the ritual, swing as hard as I can at the ball, praying for a similar outcome as in the point before. SLAP The ball hits the top of the net. I go for a second serve; another slap to the net. This is without a doubt why tennis is the most annoying sport for me. In my head I’m the best, and confidence

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    The Final Game

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    The Final Game It was November 1st and it was the day of my last volleyball game. I ran into my friend Eri and we started talking about the game later that day. It was against Tunkhannock. They were the best volleyball team from our area, and wouldn’t you know it on our senior night we had to play against them. Senior night was the one night where the seniors were recognized, whether they were good or not. The whole day the team was joking about how much we would lose by against our rival team

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    This was it. This was the moment he was waiting for. The moment to step up on the green, hard court and show everyone, what he was really made of. This was his chance to prove his doubters wrong and make his parents proud. The bright summer weather, and the luscious green trees in the background welcomed Max onto the court. He slowly ambled toward the court with its freshly painted lines, seeming calmer than he was really was. The only thing that separated him from his opponent was the net, looking

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    To Serve Man

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    To Serve Man is the 24th episode of the 3rd season of The Twilight Zone(1962). It is known to be based on the story by Damon Knight which is also called To Serve Man. This particular episode is very significant because it is one of the few occurrences where an actor breaks the “fourth wall” (an imaginary wall supposed to be at the front of a stage; represents the boundary between a play and its audience.) and actually speaks to the audience at the episode’s closing. This particular episode has gained

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    Anoited To Serve

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    Anointed to serve The History and Events that shaped and made the Assemblies of God the way it is today. Summary of Pages read: This book was a very useful and insightful book. Let me break it down chapter by chapter. Ch. 1 was the back ground chapter predating 1900. This chapter showed the years of social revolution. The people where satisfied and had no desire to seek God in prayer. There was extreme self-satisfaction and churches were "dead". There were also many false teachings that

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    Called To Serve

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    How could I forget that day as I was getting ready to go to my French Class. The green haired clown who had the most famous Mexican Live News Program during that time, seemed to be a little concerned as I watched the news that day before I went to my class; “another war movie?” I asked to myself, after watching the first 5 seconds of that live broadcast but, at the time, I didn’t realize that those were actually live news. “That’s funny, Brozo (the clown) doesn’t seem to be happy now, anyways, I

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    The Production Techniques of Whitby Morrison Ltd On Tuesday 13th August 2002, I visited Whitby Morrison Ltd. This firm specialise in manufacturing ice cream vans that are specific to the customer's demands. This firm is a sole trader and a private company. This small family company based in Crewe have been around for 50 years and they also export their vans to customers outside the U.K. The visit consisted of a guide around the site, observing the many stages that an ice cream van goes

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    “Voluntold” to Serve?

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    outweigh the consequences? I don’t believe so. In fact, I believe that compulsory public service would only serve to weaken the military, increase government spending and would be a direct violation of the United States constitution. Admittedly, public service could instill a sense of patriotism and civic pride while bringing a broader skill set to the playing field, but if people didn’t want to serve, many complications would also arise. For example, negative attitudes that develop from being forced

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    Sweet Choices

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    I. The Beginnings of Dairy Queen The founders of Dairy Queen's famous soft serve ice cream, John Fremont 'Grandpa' McCullough and his son Alex McCullough, originally established the Homemade Ice Cream Company in 1927 in Davenport, Iowa. The father and son duo originally sold an assortment of ice cream products in and around places like Moline and Rock Island, Illinois, and Bettendorf and Davenport, Iowa, until the need to expand in the early 1930's caused the McCullough's to decide to relocate

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