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  • Descriptive Essay - Favorite Place

    My favorite place is sitting on my back porch on an early summer morning. The small concrete back porch sits in the back of my home near the woods and the garden. The area is very isolated and peaceful. There are no sounds of human life, cars or anything to alter nature. After awakening in the mornings...

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  • A Descriptive Essay About a Place

    where I was going, I turned a sharp corner and nothing was there but a dirt path and forest surrounding it. I walked on, day-dreaming about how this place looked like a fairytale. When there was a sudden change, there was a small gap leading into the forest where there was a river. The river curled in...

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  • descriptive essay of market place

    It’s dusk outside: the normally bright, azure sky has turned the colour of charcoal, peppered with specs of iridescent silver, and the clearly cheap, and discoloured old lanterns littering the dusty surroundings of the ancient Bagajor market, give off a soft, and gentle dappled glow to the busy, cobbled...

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  • Descriptive Essay Describing a Place

    Patdreka Williams 7-14-12 English 110 Journal Entry A Place When I was a little girl I dreamed of the most extraordinary room in my mind. Being one of the four kids having my own was just a fantasy I imagined to escape reality. The reality of my little room shared with my younger sister. The...

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  • Descriptive Essay PLACE

     Shavonne Brady My Place Description Essay I never had much time to spend with my parents while growing up. Because they were always trying to find a job to support me an my siblings. So we would drive 6 to see our parents, where they were currently working. We would stay at their...

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  • Descriptive Essay on A Place: Charlie's Cabin

    very meaningful. Excitement builds throughout the night and everything seems perfect and happy. The cabin works as a therapist. Charlies cabin is a place that can be compared to nowhere else. It gives you an ultimate feeling of nirvana when you are in it. When you are staying there you forget about any...

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  • Descriptive Essay; My Perfect Place

    room” as my mother called it. But as a child from a Christian family I understood that this was all my parents could afford at the time. So the only place I had to escape to was in my mind. I only had to close my eyes and there it was my dream room. Some Images from a fairytale movie perhaps. A room...

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  • Descriptive Essay-My Favorite Place.

    My favorite place is the Ken Combs Pier located at the end of Courthouse Road in Gulfport. A structure built for and used by fisherman from all over the area. The pier jets out about four hundred feet into the saline water. Every hundred feet there are cabanas built to the left and right. Aqua colored...

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  • Descriptive Essay: My Favorit Place

    Ray Johnson Professor Brian Campbell English Composition I 24 February 2013 My Favorite Place: Home My home is a place where one would expect such pleasure and enjoyment. This could be experienced as one would enter the front door of the home. As one enters, you would start to hear the sound...

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  • Descriptive Essay. My Favorite Place for Relaxing

    manufacturers, 10 lawyers. Two seats occupied by a physician and teacher, but there was no farmer, artisan or a worker. Meetings of the Convention took place in strict secrecy, disclosure of the debate is strictly forbidden. In September, the Convent finished his work. The Constitution created a Federal...

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  • Descriptive Essay About a Person or Place You Admire

    My Loving Wife Do you have this special person in your life that you truly love and care about? Would you go all out your way and do anything for him/ her? First off let me start off saying that I have a very special person in my life that I adore so much. We meet through mutual friend and started...

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  • Sanctuary (A Descriptive Essay of a Place or Moment in Time).

    grass. Even in the summer months, the path remains soggy from the steady northwest rain. This trail was once used for a single week every summer, a place of refuge, now obscured by heavy forest. Descending down the trail, weeds must occasionally be pushed out of the way. The path continues on its shallow...

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  • Disneyland: Not the Happiest Place on Earth

    Disneyland: Not the Happiest Place On Earth George Lipsitz argues that Americans after the 1950’s wanted to delude themselves that their worries were over, that poverty did not exist, that slavery did not happen, and that work was never done. The creation of Disneyland reinforced this delusion because...

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  • Descriptive Place of My Perception

    Every time when I felt upset or sick, I liked to go to a special place where I could relax myself and feel better. It is the club; I have joined the club for 3 years. My sisters recommended this place to me; they told me that I could find many fun there. It's near my house and our hospital, so I walked...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    When a loved one dies it seems like it is the end of the world. We wonder how we will ever go on without them, and for weeks, months, and years we are preoccupied by the thought of them being gone. In reality though the death of a loved one should be a lesson to us all, it should be a lesson to show...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    It was the strangest thing I had ever seen; with tubes and wires. I’m telling you this thing was freaky. In my town we are very old fashioned; we don’t like technology or any sort of thing like that. So, when my cousin from another state sent my family a gift such as this one, we just didn’t know what...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    Descriptive Essay of My Watch My article of clothing is with me at all times. It consists of a 3cm circular base and two separate straps, each 6cm long connected by a metal clasp. These two straps and a clasp are then connected to the top and bottom of the base. The straps are outlined in...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    Marki Hoyne English III AP Period 5 Descriptive Essay Snow Day The most beautiful sight I ever saw was the day the entire city of Fort Collins had so much snow; everything had come to a standstill. A low pressure system had blown in the night before, and twenty-four hours and six feet of snow...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    Descriptive Essay Title: Your Ideal Roommate Living far away from home for couple of years for studying in colleges or universities allows many students have to acclimate themselves with many variations. One of these changes is living or sharing a same apartment or room with a completely strange...

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  • Descriptive Essay

    each end zone. Crowds of exhilarated fans muster towards snack stands and restroom lines practically as long as the stadium, as the blue band takes place on the field. They too enter the field as soldiers, but there’s something a little different about their formation. While engaged in symphonic melodies...

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