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    differences and similarities between summer and winter driving skills? Winter driving is the most dangerous time to drive. This is because of all the weather that goes on. Driving in the summer is probably peoples’ most favorite time to drive because of the nice weather and family vacations. The obvious differences of these two seasons are the precipitation and temperature. Fortunately, driving in both these seasons can share the same qualities. During the winter season the weather conditions are totally

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    Driving: Summer vs. Winter In America, twenty-four percent of all car accidents are weather-related. That fact raises a question: what about the weather causes these accidents? Many people would point to winter as the reason, but what about winter causes accidents? And can weather-related accidents happen in the summer? To get that answer we need to analyze the differences between road conditions in the winter and summer, and also the effect those seasons have on a person’s car. Starting with

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    Luis Perea Professor Paige English Comp 2 March 2016 New York City vs Los Angeles The United States contains two major cities on opposite coasts. There is Los Angeles (west coast) and New York City (east coast.), which both sparks the most attention throughout the entire world. Despite the overpopulation, the cost of living, and the crime and violence hundreds of thounsands citizen still want to see both the cities. Los Angeles and New York provide different lifestyles, based off the climate, attraction

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    sister would be like winter and fall, in fall everything is dying and the tree become naked from the dying leaves falling off. This sister stays up in the house and does her work, she doesn’t show a social side to her. Most people during the fall and winter times are staying inside because it is becoming cold or it may be cold outside. This can also help to figure out how the two are possibly linked. It can show how her reserved or shy side comes out during the fall and winter time when its cold and

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    Living in Texas vs. Louisiana Cheri Lane Globe University Living in Texas vs. Louisiana Texas is the second most populous and the second-largest of the 50 states in the United States of America, and the largest state in the 48 contiguous United States (Wikipedia, Texas, 2013). Louisiana is a state located in the southern region of the United States of America and is the 31st most extensive and the 25th most populous of the 50 United States ((Wikipedia, Louisiana, 2013). Texas and Louisiana

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    Life in Reno, Nevada vs. LIfe in Missoula, Montana I have been living in Reno for my entire life. I’ve grown accustomed to everything it has to offer, and I am comfortable in Reno. But in June, when my life switches from suburban life to a lush, green, 20-acre property, I am going to notice that Reno and Missoula have similarities, but my life will be very, very different. Let’s start with the size of the towns. In Reno, the population is 245,255 people and counting. Reno is 106 square miles,

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    New York Vs. Los Angeles City: Which is Costly? Both, New York and Los Angeles are two great cities of the United States which grab the attention of whole world but, compare to Los Angeles living in New York is very costly. While living in the either city is depend on individual choice. Some peoples want to live either in New York or in Los Angeles. Both cities have different individual climate and attractions. Some factors play a very important role which make New York very costly than Los Angeles

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    1. Characters: The characters in the book are Laura Jean, Kitty, Josh, Peter, and Margot. Margot is the oldest sister and kitty is the younger one out of the 3 girls. Peter is Laura Jeans fake boyfriend and Josh is Margot's ex-boyfriend. 2. Background: Josh is Margot’s ex-boyfriend. She dumped him before she left for college which was in a whole other country. Peter is fake dating Laura because she wanted to make Josh think that she didn’t like him anymore. 3. Motivation: Laura Jean wants to get

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    Luke Carroll p. 2 Compare / Contrast California vs Iowa California’s average temperature in San Francisco in July to August is 72 degrees. While in Iowa the average temperature in Dubuque, Iowa in July to August is 89 degrees. California has rainy winters and dry summers. The ocean influence creates warmer winters and cooler summers. Iowa winters are the coldest time of the year and the summer are the hottest. California only receives snow in the mountains; Iowa receives snow throughout the state

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    though, are the Summer and Winter Sessions. The summer was filled with an easygoing and a carefree spirit. The boys were young, the war was still in the distant future, and they could basically do whatever they chose to. It symbolized a time of innocence and peace at the Devon School. As the saying states, all good things must come to an end, and that was no less true for the boys. Finny’s fall could be considered the transition from the Summer Session to the Winter Session. While summer was full of

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