• Representation of Race
    confusion in an adolescent stems from a subconscious fear, by racism, that if she does not look like the majority culture, she will be rejected from society altogether. Fear drives her to subconsciously want to wear “a lot of white,” to have blue eyes and blonde hair, so that as she transitions into...
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  • Wesleys World
    of bright blond hair, the deepest of diamond like blue eyes, and teeth like a sharks. Nobody denies that he is cute as a button, but is also just as terrible as a puppy. I could leave Wesley in a room by himself and come back to what looks like a tornado had hit. He will tear through anything to get...
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  • Getting Married
    family’s farm in Loranger, Louisiana. We had our own house right next to my parent house. I got along great with my father John J. Ponder. My mother Patricia Wolf and I did not get along to good in my younger years even though we lived right next to each other. We did not see eye to eye on many of...
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  • Shawshank
    announced guilty of the crime of death, and is sentenced to Shawshank Jail… We see from the cameras eye a aerial view of the jail and its bland and rough appearance, we are introduced to the rather religious warden of the jail , as well a prisoner Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding (Morgan Freeman), a convict...
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  • Hope (Shawshank Redemption from Different Seasons)
    gave up on life. In the Shank the inmates gave up hope pretty early, and that is why they developed those bland, dead eyes. They were not living; they were merely going through routine. It's probably for that reason that so many inmates last such a short time in the outside world. They would shrink...
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  • Childhood Story
    her way towards me. Looking up I saw she was wearing what one would call the generic teacher uniform. A bland blue dress and black shoes. Finally reaching me she asked me a question "What are you doing here sitting by yourself?" "Just trying to fit in" I mumbled in a defeated tone. “Well you...
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  • Art History Formal Analysis - Comparison
    during the analysis of the portrait of Ann Whitley Russell is color. In this portrait the artist tends to use a narrow array of colors that are bland and monotonous. The artist uses the same colors of black, white, brown, grey and red throughout the entire piece. The background is incredibly dull and...
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  • Outcast
    lot in just the title. And the first sentence quotes: “first of all, it’s being 9 years old and feeling like you’re not finished, like your edges are wild, like there’s something, everything, wrong, it’s dropping food coloring in your eyes to make them blue and suffering their burn in silence...
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  • Live Performance Reviews
    by Lang Lang. For this particular piece, only one instrument is needed: a piano and that is all that appears on the stage in this video. The stage itself is very bland, kind of generic looking. There is nothing colorful or exciting about the stage. It reminds me of an old elementary schools...
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  • Race About Race
    black girls do not think they are pretty enough because so many people have had stereotypes. They feel as if only blonde hair and blue eyes are pretty. In the poem she speaks of dropping blue food coloring into her eyes and suffering the burning sensation in silence. In the “Welcome Table”, the...
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  • Elements of Writing
    discusses the loss of her innocence by force and in the line “it’s dropping food coloring in your eyes to make them turn blue and suffering the burn in silence” (Clugston, 2010). You can feel the pain and suffering as if you were there. The American system encourages dominance of white Americans in...
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  • Theory of Color
    Color not only feeds the eye but has both physiological and psychological components. The human eye can see 7,000,000 colors. Some of these are eyesores. Certain colors and color relationships can be eye irritants, cause headaches, and wreak havoc with human vision. Other colors and color combinations...
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  • The Oblivious Graves in Our Open Blue
    The oblivious graves in our open blue U.F.O's are what you could say indescribable and indefinable. Some believe in U.F.O's and some people say theirs no such thing. U.F.O's have been around for millions of years. We try to understand the mysteries of U.F.O's but would take amounts of time. In...
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  • Cowboys and Redskin Super Bowl 47
    Cowboys and Redskins Bland 1 Super Bowl 47 IT 9:45pm AND THE Redskins just beat the 49,nines ,who just lost the Sunday night Prime time game by a field goal kick that was wide...
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  • Creation Story
    see if she was alright. He stayed there all night and tended to her needs. Immediately the two fell in love. They were married at once and were blessed with a baby shortly after. The baby was beautiful, with porcelain skin and bright blue eyes and her whole presence just gleamed. Her beauty was...
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  • Psychology of Colours
    Personal Palette In Fashion * Colour In Your Home * Find An Accredited Colourist Psychological Properties Of Colours There are four psychological primary colours - red, blue, yellow and green. They relate respectively to the body, the mind, the emotions and the essential balance...
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  • Political Risk
    than rivals do. (Porter, 2006) The deodorant industry is very competitive and crowded. Competing in overcrowded industries is no way to sustain high performance. The real opportunity is to create blue oceans of uncontested market space. (Kim & Mauborgne, 2004) What I consider to be uncontested...
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  • Day at the Museum
    are the main pieces of the show. One with colors, such as orange hair, pink face, blue eyes and lips. The iconic black and white piece. And of course the most known one by the public. This screen print shows Marilyn’s face with her iconic blond hair, bright pink eyelids and lips, and fair skin...
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  • gdvagda
    Name: ______________________________ Period: _______ 1. Superman's eyes used ________, while his brain used ________. A) perception; sensation B) top-down processing; bottom-up processing C) bottom-up processing; top-down processing D) sensory adaptation; subliminal perception...
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  • Observing a Scene
    smells that occur are just as remarkable as sitting in a park observing the life around me. Looking through my fifth floor window I can easily see two miles into the distance. The sun sets off an explosion of reds, blues, oranges and purples into the sky, that are visible to any naked eye. The red...
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