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  • Lab Report On Marine Shells

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    Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to take measurement of a marine shell and observe differences in the shell in order to male a hypothesis of the shells. As we take the measurements we need to make a hypothesis of what made the shells have a variety in data. In this lab we needed to find the shells length (SL), Aperture Width (AW), Aperture Length (AL), Body Whorl Length (BWL), and Weight (W) of the shells. As we take this measurement we also need to take the standard error of each data. The standard

  • The Film Of All Time

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    During the summer of 2008, one of the greatest animated films of all time was released by Pixar Animation Studios. This movie, WALL·E, was an instant classic in my mind, both the first time I saw it, and to this day. The most shattering part of the film was its depiction of both our future as humans, as well as that of our planet. Earth has become a wasteland filled with discarded trash. Garbage has piled up in landfills, until the entire surface has become one endless ocean of waste. There is no

  • The Los Angeles Locos Hotel

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    Los Angeles Locos I’ll always remember the joy the Los Angeles Locos Hotel brought me in Mexico. I never would’ve thought the trip would consist such excitement. The night we saw sea turtles laying eggs, going horseback riding on the beach, and watching a stormy day. Leaving was the hard part, the people I’ll never forget. Waking to the noise of the people’s morning gatherings, drifting to sleep as the ocean waves collided with the sand. My grandmother woke me one morning to tell me where

  • My Experience At The Los Angeles Locos Hotel

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    I’ll always remember the joy the Los Angeles Locos Hotel brought me in Mexico. I never would’ve thought the trip would consist such excitement. The night we saw sea turtles laying eggs, going horseback riding on the beach, and watching a stormy day. Leaving was the hard part, the people I’ll never forget. Waking to the noise of the people’s morning gatherings, drifting to sleep as the ocean waves collided with the sand. My grandmother woke me one morning to tell me where our trip would lie this

  • What Is A Diary?

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    What is a diary? A diary is a bridge between the written language and our deepest emotions. The reason why a diary is so special is because it is most often used for one’s self, and not intended for publication. Therefore, there is no need to hide one’s true emotions since what is written has no chance of being shared or judged by anyone. Since a diary usually remains confidential, and free from judgement and criticism, it is one of the only places where a person has no need for a filter. It can

  • Stratum 14: A Site Analysis

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    due to political strife, it was only for a short while. Two other rulers are indicated in stratum 7: King Snarkon III (115-138 AD) and Queen Acerba (75-89 AD). Stratum 6 has both Early and Middle Frenetic pottery along with nut shells. The C-14 dates on one of the shells is 530 ± 30

  • To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis

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    when they finally saw him…He was real nice” “Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them.” (a life in Maycomb) To Kill a Mockingbird is a story about shells — distinctions of a person based on character, actions, circumstances, or race that society uses to define him. A few characters in this novel, though, can see through these shells, into the person beneath. Unfortunately, the rest of the world is quite different… Harper Lee wrote To Kill a Mockingbird in the 1950s, a time of excessive

  • Wilfred Owen's Use Of Personification In Anthem For Doomed Youth

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    War is not heroic. War is sickness, struggle, and death. This is the message that poet and World War I soldier Wilfred Owen wanted to instill in his people back home. Those back home talked of glory and national pride and rooted for their soldiers, however, they were unaware of the horrors these soldiers witnessed and experienced. The soldiers and their people back home were not only separated by distance but by mental barriers, which Owen showcases in his poetry. Owen’s use of personification in

  • All Quiet On The Western Front Rhetorical Analysis

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    In the incredible book, All Quiet on the Western Front written by Erich Maria Remarque, the reader follows Paul Baumer, a young man who enlisted in the war. The reader goes on a journey and watches Paul and his comrades face the sheer brutality of war. In this novel, the author tries to convey the fact that war should not be glorified. Through bombardment, gunfire, and the gruesome images painted by the author, one can really understand what it would have been like to serve on the front lines in

  • Reflective Essay: The First Vietnam War

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    She didn't know they were coming; none of them did. There was no warning; no way to predict their arrival. The only greeting they received were the shots of rifled-muskets and the sound of lead bullets whizzing through the air. The smell of gunpowder quickly became noticeable. The navy coated men around her jumped into action, but were slowly being overtaken. The only attempt she could make to detach herself from the shouts and screams surrounding her, was to focus on the soft rushing of the bubbling

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