Pierce Brosnan

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  • Brosnan's Role In 4 Bond Films

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    everyone else. Unfortunately, then current James Bond, Pierce Brosnan was rather discontented with the direction his films had brought the character, relying more on light humor as opposed to the gritty nature of the preceeding films of that time. Brosnan would go on to star in 4 Bond films between 1995 - 2002. Although he enjoyed the role, he often wished that the storylines given to his respective films were not so outlandish in nature. Brosnan was always a supporter of Sean Connery and Roger Moore

  • Writer's Workshop: Informative

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    Writer’s Workshop: Research Paper- Informative What is an Expository Writing? ‘Expository’ is a synonym of ‘explanatory’. An expository essay, thus, is a piece of writing that explains or informs. It is meant to be based on fact and free of the writer’s prejudices. Opinion is often expressed, but only if it is backed by fact. For example, if someone asked you to write an essay on the causes of World War II, you might write about Germany’s losses in World War I, the Treaty of Versailles, the fall

  • Pierce Brosnan Research Paper Outline

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    Pierce Brosnan Pierce Brendan Brosnan born on May 16 1953 is an Irish actor who has play a role in many movies like Mamma Mia!, Mrs Doubtfire, Mars Attacks!. Pierce Brosnan was leading actor as James Bond in the movies Golden eye, Tomorrow never dies, The world is not enough and Die antother day. Pierce Brosnan is an Anti nuclear weapon activist and also anti whale hunting activist. He is 188cm tall and has 5 child’s, He was married to Cassandra Harris from 1980 until her death from ovarian

  • Comparing Dermot Bolger’s The Holy Ground and In High Germany

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    Comparing Dermot Bolger’s The Holy Ground and In High Germany       Some call it Ireland. Others instead choose to call it the Holy Ground. In the end, it doesn't matter which name is used to refer to the Emerald Isle. To those with Irish heritage, the mere mention of Ireland is enough to evoke many emotions: pride, happiness, nationalism, anger, just to name a few. They feel strongly about the country. It is not just the place where they were born. Love it or hate it, it is home. Dermot Bolger

  • The Hero's Nightmare-Original Writing

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    One day it was raining outside, a man was coming inside and he was wet from the rain outside. He was trying to fix the power to something and he got electrocuted. He was alive for 5 minutes after he got electrocuted. Still today you can see footprints from his rubber work boots. People think that he is still there today haunting the mill. He is the story of how it all began. One day Thomas was working in the machine room and his wife Hazel called him to come eat dinner. The sky looked like

  • The Story Of My Search

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    the day we are born until the day we take our last breath. Emily Annabelle Pierce is the name given to me by my parents. I did not choose this name or change it in any way. My parents named me this before they knew me, but my names parallel a lot with my character. Before my teacher assigned this project, I knew little about my name. I knew that my parents named me Annabelle after my great grandmother. I thought that Pierce was Irish because I knew we were of Irish descent on my father’s side of the

  • Is World Vision Living Up For It 's Vision?

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    a Christian, I can’t give up.” – Rev. Tim Costello, CEO World Vision Australia. World Vision Australia was established in 1966, with Dr. Robert Pierce as its president. Dr. Peirce was an American Baptist and missionary, who spent time in many Asian countries, and helped set up orphanages across Korea during the war for abandoned or orphaned. Dr. Pierce then chose to pursue his passion for helping the children and upon his return to the US, began to raise money to expand

  • 1940 Tacoma Narrows Bridge

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    The Tacoma Narrows Bridge was designed for a wind speed of 100 miles per hour and a static wind pressure of 30 pounds-force per square foot but unfortunately the bridge failed at a wind speed of less than half and a static wind pressure of one-sixth (Delatte, 2009). This phenomenon raises a big question mark on how this is possible. At first, resonance was suspected to be the main cause of the bridge failure (The New York Times, 1940). After some proper research and thorough investigations by engineers

  • Themes in the Novel and Movie Adaptation of James Cain’s Mildred Pierce

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    Themes in the Novel and Movie Adaptation of James Cain’s Mildred Pierce In contemporary film making, “Hollywood-ization” generally refers to the re-creation of a classic work in a form more vulgar and sexually explicit than the original in an effort to boost movie attendance. After all, sex and violence sell. However, from the mid-1930’s to the 1950’s, “Hollywood-ization” referred to the opposite case where controversial books had to be purified to abide by the Production Code of 1934.[1]

  • James M. Cain's Novel Mildred Pierce: Comparing the Book and Movie Version

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    James M. Cain's Novel Mildred Pierce: Comparing the Book and Movie Version Mildred Pierce is one of the greatest novels written by James M. Cain. After the success of the novel, the Hollywood film came out, produced by Jerry Wald. The novel and the movie are very different from each other. “James M. Cain sent several letters of complaint to producer Jerry Wald, objecting to the changes Wald wanted to make, especially the dramatic idea of making Veda a washout musically and putting her in