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    Memories 6-10 : PB&J One sunny day there was a cookout at my grandma’s house in seattle. It was lunchtime and I was eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.When my grandmother was finished with the sandwiches I sat in my favorite spot the one next to the heater. So that way I have hot air blowing towards my feet. As I took my first bite into the sandwich I could taste the soft gooeyness of the peanut butter and the pleasant taste of the jelly. As I took another bite, I realized my tooth was in

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    Overcoming my Fear: Battling the “Big Blue Monster” Within Imagine a small boy, probably six or seven years old, who was relishing his life, playing with his friends, playing video games, playing with toys. You undoubtedly understand it by now, a lot of playing! But one morning was a lot different from all others, it was a gloomy, autumn morning, where the life of trees was draining away as their leaves fell onto the dead grass. That day, his dad excitedly said “Son, we will be going somewhere

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    What Makes a Good Website

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    when they are building the sites. Basic layout is very important, and by that, I mean, the basics in layout. Having things in places where you think people are going to look is a good start. If you have to look for a link to the main page from the splash page, then forget about getting much traffic. If the main page does

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    NAME: ANUJ KUMAR STUDENT ID NO: CIB00002FZ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (LEVEL 7) SUBJECT: BUS 651 MARKETING MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED TO: DAVID COOKE DATE: 18/03/2015 INTRODUCTION:- Technology plays an important role in our daily life .The transport system save the human being time and helps him to increase their productivity. I am going to explain the MARUTI

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    During school holidays, it’s exciting for parents to take their children to different recreational activities. The options are endless: indoor and outdoor activities, in or out of town, you can choose what your children will surely enjoy. You can let them participate in activities that will not only let them enjoy but will also provide them a lot of health benefits. These are: #1 The Fun in Trampoline Trampoline is a cherished part of many Australians’ childhood memories. At the Gold Coast, school

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    Splish, splash! Seals majestically swimming about the ocean blue. There are many astonishing facts about seals that most people don't know. The origin of seals is surprising. Scientists believe seals may have evolved from land. Seals may have been on land for more than fifteen million years. They believe that seals appendages changed to flippers so they wouldn't become extinct when more water arose. By research, scientists have found that seals DNA is closely related to their early land ancestors

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    Splish….. Splash! Is it even possible to catch a fish with a gummy worm? Normally my dad has bait to fish with but we were all out of worms. My mom and dad had to run to the gas station to get more. So while they were gone, I wanted to fish, so I grabbed a gummy worm and tried fishing with that. I was casting and casting and I didn't get a bite I wondered is it because I didn't have a real worm or what was wrong. I didn't know if it was the wrong bait, or if it was not a good spot to fish. “Wake

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    Splatters Lab

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    Splish, Splash, SPLAT!! The purpose of this lab was to find out if the height at which a droplet is dropped affects the splatter size of the said droplet. If a droplet is dropped from a higher point, then the droplet will have a larger splatter. Materials include: Water Food coloring A beaker that holds at least 50 ml Dropper Paper Pencil Meter stick Ruler Procedure: Add 3 squirts of Food Coloring to your beaker. Add 50 ml of water to your beaker and mix completely. Partially fill the dropper

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    Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy Essay Splish. Splash. Turner heard the repetitive sound of the cool ocean slapping against his boat as he rowed to Malaga Island to see Lizzie. Turner enjoyed the ride and was excited to see what he and Lizzie would do. In the novel Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy, Turner started having trouble getting along with his dad. As a result, Turner became untrustworthy, weary, and desperate over time. When Turner’s father discovered that Turner was going to

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    silver crashes to the ground...”. The vivid verb helps the visual imagery of water “bursting” out of the pipe in “crashing” onto the ground like the powerful, fierce “voice of a...god”. The sibilance in “the small splash” vibrates in our minds as we hear the “drip of [water]” splish-splashing into the “tin mug”. The drop of water is so small that Dharker uses the onomatopoeia of “echo” to convey what it sounds like when the drop of water hits the bottom of the tin mug. The sound bounces off the

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