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  • How Does Donald Duck Lose Your Personality

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    characters that most represent my personality are Donald Duck for his short temper, Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls for her sweetness, and Jasmine from Aladdin for her way of standing up for what's right and speaking her mind no matter who she is against. Although Donald is a duck and a guy, we do have the common aspect of losing our temper after being pushed to a certain point. In an episode on TV called Donald Duck cured duck, Donald Duck loses his temper because he can't open the window and he

  • Essay on Dobbie the Duck

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    On a farm near the state of Oklahoma, there lived a little duck named Dobbles. Dobbles was the most energetic, loud, and crazy duck on the farm. The pond near the farm was his favorite place to play. He and his friends were always having fun and causing mischief at the pond. It was the perfect place to cool off during the summer. One day when Dobbles went to the pond, none of his friends were there. They met at that pond at the same time everyday, so he was very worried. Dobbles looked everywhere

  • Graduation Speech Essay example

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    here has seen a picture of a mother duck leading her ducklings. Imagine the mother duck taking her ducklings up some stairs. The mother duck easily climbs the first stair and waits for the other little ducks to climb up. The first duckling stretches its wings as high up in the air as it can and stands on the tips of its little webbed feet. With a little help from its beak it manages to barely make the first step. Sometimes it requires a little help from mama duck to boost itself up. Despite the cute

  • Duck Hunting Essay

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    Duck hunting is an absolute passion for me and nothing could possibly interrupt this annual event. For me, sitting out in a duck blind at 5:30 in the morning with the brisk cold air biting at my skin is something I look forward to each and every year. Even having to break through a layer of thin ice to make it out to my blind never gets old. The frigid cold on my hands can get unbearable at times, but the possibility of frostbite is never at the forefront of my thoughts. After all, when the ducks

  • Hunting : Hunting On Land Or Water

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    “There are no bad days in a duck blind” (Waterman). Hunters need to be thinking about what worthwhile supplies to take: what they 're going to shoot and what kind of dog they want. These are the necessities that a hunter needs to begin waterfowl hunting on land or water. Waterfowl hunting takes a lot of money and time to make it a fun tradition that lasts forever. To begin waterfowl hunting many people suggest going with a buddy or a family member to get started. Supplies Most importantly, waterfowl

  • Descriptive Essay About Rubber Ducky

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    but the only thing I felt devoted for were those tiny rubber duckies that couldn’t even float. No matter how many times its paint would chip off its beak, I felt exceedingly satisfied with myself for the immense amount of ducks I owned. From my cheerleader duck to my dragon duck, I idolized them all. I went into my mom’s room to fetch my sparkly keychain to hang my duckies on. As I grabbed my lanyard, I noticed my sister’s reflection playing with rubber duckies, on the mirror of the vanity. I couldn’t

  • Reflection Book In A Bag Reflection

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    Fairy Mom to emphasis the key words. This was important to the reading because not all the elements were exactly the same as most story, for example fairy godmother was called fairy mom and instead of once upon a time it reads “Once there was a little duck”. These slight changes in word choice made it difficult for the students to pick up on the elements. For the next time, I would consider explaining this to the students before hand so that they know the exact key words to be looking for. The main

  • Descriptive Essay About A Shack

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    the family today. I bet, back during that summer, they were only concerned with where the deer were, but although the deer have moved on from that area, the shack still sees widespread use. Now days, we use it for a place to sleep before going out duck hunting because of the Willow River and the many logans that surround it. On the contrary, the shack gets used for one, non hunting event, every year: the spaghetti feed. Because of its importance, the shack is instrumental in bringing the family together

  • The Meaning Of The Ugly Duckling

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    Once upon a time on an old farm, there lived a family of ducks. The Mother Duck was giving birth to five beautiful ducklings. However, there was a sixth duck, which was very ugly. “This Ugly Duckling cannot be mine,” thought the Mother Duck. The Ugly Duckling did not have any friends when he was growing up. Whenever he tried to make friends, they would tell him to get away from him, including his brothers and sisters. The Ugly Duckling would always end up going home, crying to his mother. “How

  • Controversy: You Need To Stop Watching Those Birds

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    Mary was ”fed up” with Bob and his bird watching hobby. Before we left the house, he had to put on his old beat up the t-shirt with the bird picture on it. Bob had to go to his favorite park every weekend. He sits on the uncomfortable bench. He would waste our good bread on those birds. He watches the birds soar in the clouded sky. What was the big deal; they were boring, and dumb birds, Mary thought. She said “Bob; they made a mess all over my car!” “You should clean it!”“ You need