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    effects it causes. To begin with, in the source “Reading Lolita in Tehran” she rebelled in her own way and had certain effects. According to the text “Coiling her scarf around her neck to cover her huge gold earrings”. “Put on thin lacy black gloves over her red nail polish”. The purpose of the author writing that was to show her way of rebelling by her wearing certain garments that is forbidden by law, but covering it. The purpose of her doing that is to have a feel of rebelling against the law and

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    Throughout The Catcher in the Rye, Holden is depicted as a person who has an apathetic voice. However, Salinger uses certain symbols, such as the red hair, the ducks, and Allie’s baseball mitt, to give Holden has a sensitive voice in The Catcher in the Rye. The red hair, which both Allie and Phoebe have, represents what Holden is not. When Holden was describing Allie, he said, “He was terrifically intelligent.” (Salinger 38). He also described Phoebe in a similar way, “You never saw a little kid

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    you need three or more crossing guards just for the cars to drive safely and in reality there's only two or three roads leading up to the same school. This glove is needed because if people driving far away from the school crossing guard, but sort of close to the school, there are most likely not capable of hearing the whistle, but if this glove was in place then those people will see the brightness of the LED lights from there

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    meaning other than its literal meaning. J.D. Salinger, the author of The Catcher in the Rye used many symbols that affected the way readers see the story. Symbols like preparatory school life at Pencey Prep, the red hunting hat that Holden always wears, and Allie’s left-handed baseball glove created the story. J.D. Salinger uses the technique of symbolism to enhance the writing and give more insight to readers. Preparatory school life at Elkton Hills and Pencey Prep, played a large role in Holden

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    South Bundy Case Study

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    past the swimming pool and behind the guest bungalows, there on the leaf-covered walkway, illustrated by the beam from Fuhrman's flashlight, the two men looked down on a bloodstained leather glove, which seemed to be a right-hand match to the one still lying in the garden back at South Bundy Drive. Leaving the glove untouched for processing by a police criminalist, Phillips and Fuhrman headed back to South Bundy, leaving Lange and Vannatter to determine if the Rockingham estate was potentially another

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    Venum Competition

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    boxing gloves boasts of a hundred per cent quality buffalo leather. They are also designed to provide great comfort and fit for better shock absorption. These qualities make the Absolute 2.0 superior training gloves. Even though the Absolute 2.0 has not exctly received as many reviews as other more established brands, all of the reviews it has received so far only have good things to say about these gloves. On top of that, you get the high quality that

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    Sullivan Science 8 2 November 2017 Gloves are made by two layers hand stitched together. As it says in the text at http://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball/features/tools-of-the-trade.html: Through the mid-1800s, players still fielded the ball barehanded, which gave an advantage to the hitters. One of the first players that used a glove was Doug Allison, a catcher for the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Gloves have originally been made out of leather. Most players used to wear gloves on both hands to secure the

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    is Holden’s red hunting hat which represents his uniqueness and individuality. In the beginning of the novel Holden is in New York. Holden is the manager of his school’s fencing team, the team was supposed to have a game in but he forgot the foils in a subway station. After they get off the subway, a red hunting hat in the window of a sports shop catches Holden's attention and he ends up buying it for a buck. “I put on this hat that I’d bought in New York that morning, it was a red hunting hat

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    bases with a heavy coat of red dirt layering the edges, prepared to dive into home base, the sound of the bat making solid compact with the bright, attention grabbing yellow ball, the smell of the dew delicately resting on the fields of green grass, giving everyone a relaxed feeling of being in nature. This particular Sunday, we had already played four other games. We were nearing the end of our fifth, the championship game, and I was almost up to bat. I slipped my gloves on, black with white lightning

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    Bedroom Observation

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    tan Wal-Mart bags. Covering half of the center table was a blue and red floral patterned art tablecloth, and on the other was a green birthday one. A scrap of red tablecloth was thrown on an uncovered corner. Three tin foil deep dish baking pans were arrayed on the table interspersed with salt and baking soda containers, stacks of miniature plastic cups, a roll of paper towels, a freezer bag box, and four cornish hens sealed in red plastic. A few feet farther, on the table under the window, were sheets

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