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  • A Small Town

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    Leaving the comfort of a small town where everyone knows everyone in your school to go to college to start all over again can take a toll on a young adult. I am able to pull out my senior class photo, and put a name to each face of every person I walked across the stage with. After walking down the hallways you have spent the last four years in, you realize you were so close to all your friends because you were able to relate to the part of life you were all in together.Not everyone I graduated

  • Disadvantages Of A Small Town

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    A hometown, a town where an individual originates or born and reared in. I have lived in Goodwell all of the sixteen years of my life. Any town could possibly have a person claim it as their hometown, but as for me, I call Goodwell, Oklahoma, my hometown. While driving down U.S. Route 54 a person will slow down to drive right through the edge of this little town without a single stop light. Some great qualities of Goodwell include a small population, a small school for pre-kindergarten through senior

  • The Small Town of Nerja

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    The Small Town of Nerja My favourite place would have to be a small town called Nerja situated in the Spanish region of Andalucia in the south of Spain. The town has been there for over 2000 years. Nerja is a coastal town and is situated between a vast field of mountains and the sea. It is full of steep hills that all lead down to the beach. All the way through the town there is a sense of tranquillity

  • Future in a Small Town

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    Children are the future.Without children, the world would die off in one generation. Thus an investment in our children, is an investment in the future. In the small community of Cascade from the perspective of a child, to put it lightly, is inactive and dull. Even though I believe educational system is excellent, beyond school hours, students are limited to athletics to fill about 6 to 7 hours. Excluding those who do not enjoy athletes or do not have the means to participate. Also the summer months

  • Small Town Cop Discussion

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    description, I was really able to have a better picture of the city of North Hampton etched inside of my head. The amazing traffic and happy pedestrians wandering around the whole thing, North Hampton was a really popular city for it’s time. At night, the town becomes very bright with lights from the green,red, and yellow lights, and the logos attached to the buildings. The police did a great job patrolling the city and busting down on crime around ever corner. The police are always very well informed whether

  • The Town that was Too Small

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    I grew up in the town that was too small for me, and spent my time trying to make it bigger. Moore, Oklahoma had been my home since age two. Moore was a suburb of Oklahoma City. Air Force personnel composed a large segment of the population, providing an eclectic demographic; new faces were common. Then when I was 11, my family moved so my father could to go into the family business (selling truck parts) with his father. Our new home was in the country, near Mannford and Cleveland. I noticed a

  • Growing Up In a Small Town

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    Living and growing up in a small town is better than doing so in a big city. Everyone knows your name; there is a sense of community spirit and just going to visit your neighbor can be rewarding. On the flip side, city life breeds a more dangerous lifestyle and leaves no chance for getting to know your fellow townsfolk. Small town life was especially meaningful to me and I remember it fondly. Things were much simpler back then, because we lived in less complicated times. We did not have video

  • Conformity and Individuality in a Small Town

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    Conformity and Individuality in a Small Town John Updike was born in Shillington, Pennsylvania on March 18, 1932. His father was a high school math teacher who supported the entire family, including his grandparents on his mothers side. As a child, Updike wanted to become a cartoonist because of The New Yorker magazine. He wrote articles and poems and kept a journal. John was an exceptional student and received a full scholarship to Harvard University. At Harvard he majored in English and became

  • Terror in Small-Town, USA

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    Terror in Small-Town, USA     Situated between the lush green rolling hills, is Small-Town, USA. It was election day, and looking forward to a visit to the ice cream shop, I accompanied my grandfather as he drove the ten-mile journey to town. Country life offered little excitement, but that day an air of uneasiness replaced the usual contentment one felt while passing aged buildings, their drabness contrasted sharply by a few colorful, modern improvements. Having spent the

  • Descriptive Essay On A Small Town

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    I’ve finally made it. When you first land here the immediate difference is all around you whizzing around you creating a sense of life. It 's a sense that you rarely have in a small town it 's bigger I can’t quite obtain a hold of it. It moves fast all through the night and during the day. It peaks in all of my senses to create a brand new sense of the life of the city. I feel it all around me a sort of energy that only large cities hold, the kind of energy you feel walking past a restaurant