Dan Dare

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  • Courage, Courage And Courage

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    can work at all” (Malala Yousafzai). This shows courage because Malala was not afraid to be anything other than what she wanted to be. She is very independent and knows that she is not going to obey by the society 's rules. Malala Yousafzai would not dare let anyone tell her who she was and when they did, she made sure that knew no matter how to she had to express it. That took bravery and courage beyond all

  • From Heaven to Hell Essay

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    It was a pleasant day in Villaviva as usual. The white picket fences gleamed in the sun and the trimmed maple trees lining the sidewalk swayed in the zephyrs. The crystal blue lake that stretched for miles was glistening and the leaves of the lush green forest rustled gently. Kelly Tate balanced a straw basket on her hip as she picked some fresh peppers from The Grove, a garden where food was everlasting, ranging anywhere from bread to cherries. A couple of peppers fell to the ground but Kelly ignored

  • Descriptive Writing On The Beach

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    It was a hot summer day and Amanda was elated her father had agreed to take her brother and her to the beach. Amanda took a deep breath, taking in the beautiful scent of the ocean air. She could hear the voices of animals and the hum of pleasant conversations. Amanda glanced up at the radiant, sapphire sky and the yellow as a lemon sun. It was a sweltering day in July and Amanda was exhilarated that she was in the turquoise ocean. Once in a blue moon, a refreshing breeze blew by everyone and gently

  • John White As A Person Who Not Many People

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    John White, a person who not many people are familiar with. This English born man did so many important things in his lifetime, but just never got recognized. Little is known about John during his early years in England; however, used his abilities to upgrade his station in life, contribute to the art world and journey across the ocean during the Age of Discovery. John White was born roughly between 1540-1550 in the English midlands or Cornwall, which is a southwestern peninsula that is surrounded

  • Charter School: A Short Story

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    Charlie sat in class, tapping her pencil on her desk to the beat of the song stuck in her head. Her teacher, Mr. Voss, was teaching math, which was Charlie's best subject, so she had no problem with the homework that her teacher gave her. She sat, watching the clock, just waiting for it to strike one thirty, when the class would have a break. However, seventh grade wasn't as hard as she had been expecting it to be, as her brother, Danny, had told her. She had just started at a new school, a charter

  • The Movie ' Nerve '

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    The movie Nerve depicts a game similar to truth or dare, but without the truth. When someone joins the game, they participate as either a watcher or a player. Watchers pay to gain access to live broadcasts of players performing dares, and for the ability to suggest dares. Players earn money for each dare they complete successfully, but can lose it all if they fail to complete a dare. The game operates on the dark web, shared with others via a special link and emphasizes not disclosing its operation

  • Meg's Story: A Fictional Narrative

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    Cold breeze, a sour wind is blowing, leaves falling, dark, foggy sky. A princess, a rocker, a gamer, a traveler, and cat boy. A group of kids walked from their old run down school in there small old run down town to the park which was never used. The town was like a ghost town. Very little people lived around there unless they had no other choice. Molly Kendal was 10 and she was a princess, a diva, and her family lost a lot of money and even their house when her mom died, Meg Cruise was 15 and

  • The Human Imagination Is A Glorious Aspect Of Ourselves

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    The human imagination is a glorious aspect of ourselves that can fill up our minds with such delightful thoughts and images. As interesting and perplexed someone’s imagination can get, it can still be easily influenced by such things like movies and television. I know from personal experience just how much these things really play a part when creating certain fantasies or scenarios in your head. As a child, seeing your basic stereotypical teenage movies for the first time, such as “Mean Girls”, really

  • John White As A Person Who Not Many People

    1500 Words  | 6 Pages

    John white, a person who not many people are familiar with. This English born man did so many important things in his lifetime, but just never got recognized. Little is known about John during his early years in England; however, used his abilities to upgrade his station in life, contribute to the art world and journey across the ocean during the Age of Discovery. John White was born roughly between 1540-1550 in the English midlands or Cornwall, which is a southwestern peninsula that is surrounded

  • The Night - Original Writing

    2263 Words  | 10 Pages

    BANG BANG BANG! Alexis’ mother, Christina banged on her door to wake her up. “UGH, Mom, I’m awake. Just give me a minute,” groaned Alexis. She rolled onto her side, and grabbed her phone to see what she missed the night before. The brightness was all the way up, causing her to tear up and rub her eyes. She yawned and braved the cold in her house. She stood up, threw on her favorite sweatshirt and trudged down the hallway to the living room. She sank into the couch, but the sweet scent of cinnamon

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