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    My Eighth grade English teacher walked around the classroom, in a daily ritual, glancing over pages of circled letters, occasionally muttering, "turn", in an exhausted, apathetic tone. Many of my classmates used the time she had allotted for "checking homework" to socialize, while others frantically fumbled for a pencil, asked for a neighbor’s workbook, circled, underlined, and copied while occasionally lifting their heads up to see how far down the rows she had gotten and how close she was getting

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    Shedding a Different Spotlight on the Argument from Design "Author is to book, as painter is to __________." Anyone who has taken the SAT is familiar with analogies similar to this one. The significance of analogies relies on the fact that analogies not only tell us about the meaning of words, but they tell us about the relationships of the world. In discussing our world, a well-known, much-debated topic has been the existence of God. Many arguments have been presented on both sides of this issue

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    Dancing Into The Spotlight Have you ever felt so lonely you just needed to find a way to comfort yourself, by doing something you love? For me, that comfort is dancing. According to research, dance is good for your emotional, physical, and psychological health. “Dancing can improve your mental health by boosting your overall happiness.” ~Huffington Post Dancing has always been a way for me to escape the world and everything going on in my life. I have found a love in dancing because of this. I’m

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    Analysis Of Spotlight

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    hundreds of revolting scandals performed by these priests have been enshrouded by the power of the Roman Catholic Church. Innocent victims have been stripped of their dignity from these acts due to the Church’s fear of ruining its public image. Spotlight, directed by Tom McCarthy and released in 2015, reawakens the true story of journalists exposing the hundreds of sexual predators within the Roman Catholic Church. It won two Oscars- Best Motion Picture of the Year and Best Writing/Original Screenplay-

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    bright, sparkling diamond ring that stands out. Underneath of the woman are pictures of four different styles of the diamond right ring. In the middle of the four pictures is the text “YOUR LEFT HAND LOVES CANDLELIGHT. YOUR RIGHT HAND LOVES THE SPOTLIGHT. YOUR LEFT HAND DECLARES YOUR COMMITMENT. YOUR RIGHT HAND IS A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. WOMEN OF THE WORLD RAISE YOUR RIGHT HAND.” After those words are the company’s slogan “A Diamond Is Forever.” The pictures, text, and slogan of this

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    Strategic Electric Lamps

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    In today's post we're not discussing simply any old spotlight. We're discussing strategic electric lamps. What makes an electric lamp strategic? A strategic spotlight is essentially an electric lamp that is been intended for strategic (i.e. military or police) utilization. Numerous strategic electric lamps are intended to be mounted to a weapon for low-light shooting. They're normally littler than conventional spotlights, radiate substantially more light, and are made of weapon-review aluminum for

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    to move in the continual spotlight...He was always running or bounding, never just walking."(pg.61) Evidence from the text to prove Laura wasn't very confident in herself, is when she says, "Yes, it was so hard for me, getting upstairs. I had that brace on my leg - it clumped so loud!...I had to go clumping all the way up the aisle with everyone watching!"(pg.94) Jim was always in the company of others. Evidence of this is, "He seemed to move in a continual spotlight. He was a star in basketball

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    Everybodys All American

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    Everybody’s All-American is the story of a famous football player who becomes an overweight middle-aged has-been. Gavin "the Gray Ghost" Gray is a legendary college football player who marries his homecoming queen sweetheart and embarks on a professional career full of difficulties. “The Gray Ghost” is a Louisiana football legend. There had never been a better, faster ball player, and everyone knows the hero is headed for pro football. To no one's surprise, Gavin marries his sweetheart, beauty queen

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    agricultural implements, buggies, steam engines, newspapers, books, statuary, carving, paintings, the management of drug-stores and banks, has not been trodden without contact with thorns and thistles.1 This famous speech placed Washington in the national spotlight as the leader of his race. How did he rise to the top? What were the methods he used to raise his people, and how did he discover those ways? In 1881 citizens in Tuskegee, Alabama, asked Hampton's president to recommend a white man to head their

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    a place that has two stories. It is on the first story ceiling, but the ceiling is made of glass so the disco ball can be seen from both floors. The walls of the room are black. There is a big yellow spotlight in one corner of the room that slowly moves up and down. (Sun) There is another spotlight in the opposite corner, but this one is white and has a rotating filter to block some of the light out. (Moon) This filter starts at one end of the light, works its way across, and then works its way back

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