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  • breaking the norm Essay example

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    and have stamina. We are not supposed to wear tight fitting bellbottoms and we should avoid colors like pink and purple. These are feminine colors. The man in the family is usually the person who should provide money and build a career. On the other hand, women traditionally are supposed to be tender and loving mothers and wives, to wear skirts and to walk on high heels. They should not have careers, but should take care of the kids and the house. It seems that these perceptions have been existing

  • How I Really Like The Opening Sentence

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    First of all, I really like the opening sentence. It immodestly caught my attention and made me want to read more. It explains how it can be easy to forget that we all live in a physical world. We are actually part of something, not just an imagination. It then goes on to explain that we live in such a digital age, and everything we hear, see, games, apps, videos, news articles, and photographs are produced by us, real humans. But the things that we consider genuine do not actually exist. This really

  • The Importance Of Choosing And Completing An Experiential Learning Task

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    The morning ritual for millions of Americans is waking up in the morning and drinking their favorite blend of coffee. What would happen if you didn’t drink coffee and changed this routine? How would you react? What would you do instead? What would you realize? Habits have this insurmountable power that can shape every aspect of our lives. From the way we dress, to what we eat, to how we communicate can all reflect back to comfort, personality, and routine with controlling aspects in our lives

  • Personal Narrative: Homosexuality And Civil Rights

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    government’s word. I silently watch a father walk past me holding his daughter's hand. She’s wearing a lilac dress that floats with the wind as she skips down the sidewalk. The father smiles down at his daughter recognizing the same childish disposition that he once possessed. Other families pass me on their way to work. The mothers

  • Character Analysis Of Holden Caulfield In The Catcher In The Rye

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    about what he should write his assignment on; this indicates that Holden does not care if he writes Stradlater a faulty paper, he just wants to charm him. Moreover, Holden later wonders, “I wished I knew who’d swiped my gloves at Pencey, because my hands were freezing” (Salinger, 99). Evidently, Holden does not appreciate lending his clothes or doing anyone favors, yet he is incredibly generous with Stradlater. Holden gives Stradlater his hound’s-tooth jacket despite knowing that Stradlater will stretch

  • Holding The World Of Your Hands

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    Holding the World in Your Hands “As an entrepreneur, you can always find a solution if you look hard enough.” Lori Greiner on Shark Tank, these words express an entrepreneur 's daily challenges. Good ideas fabricated by great minds have made the world the way it is today, and everyday, new ideas create the world that will exist tomorrow. Entrepreneurs, painters and sculptors of the modern world, shape and change it every day. Entrepreneurs turn their dreams and imagination into reality through

  • Holding Hands With Death By Amy Wilke

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    Holding Hands with Death A urine smell mingles with the smell of popcorn when I enter Callaway’s Nursing Home in Sulphur, Oklahoma. I wrinkle my nose. It is three in the afternoon on a Friday in February, and the television in the lobby is showing Bonanza, and a few residents are intently watching the troubles of the Cartwright family. I see Amy Wilke (who is a hospice nurse for Valley Hospice) sitting in a well-worn recliner in the lobby talking to an elderly male resident. Amy is dressed in white

  • Jefferson's Takeover: A Short Story

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    , maybe fear anxiety” jefferson replied “anxiety of what?” judy lay silent but then stood up and let go of jefferson's hand “is that a ,cave?” she pointed “yeah I guess it is “ then jefferson stood up . the couple proceed to walk to the cave . when they arrived at the gaping hole in the side on moose mountain they peaked in . there stood one man and one woman the man was holding a phone to his ear “he wants to talk to you scully” the woman looked angered then proceeded to quietly yell mulder through

  • Descriptive Essay : Where Was Home

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    taunted me. I could never catch it. Then we went to visit a country, my home country. România. We landed in the main city, Bucharest. However, as the landscape settled, creating a picture holding familiarity, it stirred no sense of nostalgia. Nonetheless, it was still a sight to see, holding the wealthy, holding the beggarly, and the city dawning with art and vulgarity. The aforementioned was a horrid beauty, the Hunchback of Notre Dame in a beautiful Europe. But among all the grime, the city seemed

  • The Importance of Personal Responsibility

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    everyone is to blame but yourself. As an adult the one thing that you know is a constant is that you will be held accountable for your actions whether you like it or not. Holding yourself