• frida
    and terrorize the only shroud of sanity she has left. The desolate land engulfs almost, but not quite, her entire being. Tears stream from her stony eyes and blood from her wounds like the raging River Styx on one’s way to the ‘other side’. As the tides of aguish and misery crash into this weary woman...
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  • Intermediate Ict Gnvq - Unit 6 Evaluation
    warping it into different places. I used the warp tool to make the edge of a field on the horizon look slightly more mountainous and lumpy rather than bland and flat. The final tool I used was the clone tool. This clones a certain area over another, for example I used it to clone a certain area of sky over...
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  • Compare and Contrast What It Is Like to Be a Black Girl and Country Lovers
    race relations in South Africa. (The Georgia Review, 1995). . Patrica Smith is an African American author who was born in 1955. Patricia Smith is a poet, teacher, performance artist and author. (Academy Of American Poets, 2013) Her literary work reflects every day struggles for African...
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  • What Is Colour
    green, blues, and purples, or grey. Colour can influence your efficiency in workplace. Everyone can suffer for a long meeting, but it meeting is usually a necessity in deciding strategies. Then the tone of the meeting room should be blue, like blue curtain, blue chair, or blue notes. The colour blue can...
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  • Political Risk
    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 market space in today’s environment is social media...
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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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  • Wesleys World
    his personality, but it gets him away with almost anything. Wesley has unusually long curly locks 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...
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  • Sjad
    43 | | 44 | | 45 | | 46 | Karen Morfe & Noeme Cruz | 47 | Mariah Sabile & Jhody Balagtas | 48 | Reynalyn Dagsa & Jellery Evangelista | 49 | Nikoull Wines & Earl Calalin | 50 | Lucy Calanoc & Khyla Dela Vega | 51 | Kristine Castillo & Ariza Mag Santos | 52 |...
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  • Mother Tongue
    fill-in-the-blank sentence completion, such as, "Even though Tom was, Mary thought he was --." And the correct answer always seemed to be the most bland combinations of thoughts, for example, "Even though Tom was shy, Mary thought he was charming:' with the grammatical structure "even though" limiting...
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  • Hope (Shawshank Redemption from Different Seasons)
    Hope "I hope I can make it across the border. I hope I can see my friend and shake his hand. I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope." (106) Hope Springs Eternal is a story that demonstrates how important it is to keep hope alive. Throughout the entire story, Andy was different...
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  • Art History - 1
    glance one might say “this looks like complete chaos.” Well it is, but as you look longer and closer you notice the tiny details. As you adjust your eyes to the piece you notice the two figures in the center, the male and female. You notice the techniques he used, the color and you wonder about the strong...
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  • Representation of Race
    Welcome Table,” and Patricia Smith’s famous poem, What it’s Like To Be a Black Girl (For Those of You who aren’t). This fear renders people incapable of reason and allows them to isolate one another based on skin color. Fear can describe the turbulent decade of the 1960s when Patricia Smith was still a...
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  • Childhood Story
    Moving to a new school is never an easy thing to do. These past few nights, I haven't closed my eyes. Just thinking about whether I will make friends or not was a question that stayed locked in my head in these past few nights. But there was nothing I could do and I will not let a little thing like sleep...
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  • Observing a Scene
    gather my thoughts, my emotions and grasp reality. Being new to Massachusetts, I could describe any place I gaze upon; all being a new sight. It is too bland of an experience to describe a park, a beach, or a garden, because everyone has painted their own unique pictures of these familiar experiences. So...
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  • Scenery Paper
    quite late, so I wonder where they are going. I guess there’s a lot of places to go and things to do when you’re on such a great campus. I can see a blue light, and it seems as if nobody has touched it in years, which makes me think that this place is extremely safe. Palm trees are all down the sidewalk...
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  • The River Runs Through It
    creeping around corners, mean looks upon their faces. She is a woman far and few between many trench cloaked men. This is the scene laid down before our eyes. George Tooker’s The Subway, created in 1950, gives you an unsettling feeling. During the 50’s was The Industrial Age. While the men were away at war...
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  • Reading Enrichment Story
    and a long stunning red dress. Judy stared at her with her mouth open wide and her eyes filled with jealousy. “How could I ever compete with that?!” she thought. Kiki looked around the room with her bright blue eyes. Judy felt a little green monster on her back and had the sudden urge to scream! When...
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  • Creation Story
    Rose went on with her life and got married, and had a child—Paul. Losing his mother at a very early age, Paul was left with his father who was “bland” like all of the other people of Dimville. Paul was blessed with many of the same characteristics as his mother, such as his dreams and ambitions. He...
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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 some...
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  • Day at the Museum
    October 26, 2011 El Paso Museum of Art I spent the afternoon at the Museum of art and I enjoyed viewing some exquisite pieces of art. The Patricia and Jonathan Rogers Grand Lobby had some pieces by Margarita Cabrera. The first piece is a coffee maker made out of yellow vinyl, metal glass and...
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