Descriptive Paragraph About A Dog Essays and Term Papers

  • Descriptive Paragraph About My Mother

    gentle and strong. She had high, arching eyebrows and a triangular, slightly turned up nose. Her chin was smooth and feminine. She was not very tall, about five feet six inches, but she was slim and graceful, and so I never thought of her as short compared to other adults. She was proud to be a woman and...

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    Placid lake is the best place to go on a hot summer day. First of all it is the place where you’ll enjoy with your family and friends the water, the sun and the activities that are happening. Early in the morning is perfect for somebody who likes quietness and relaxation, but as the morning goes by;...

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    It was winter time. The wind was sharp yet refreshingThe coastline was entirely barren. The grey rock beach lead up to a grey rock cliff face. There was no vegetation to be seen, no sign of life and no way up the vertical rock face. The expanse of unwelcoming grey stretched far in front and far behind...

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    As you walk into the room, you get the feel of a happy room where a lot of fun has taken place. If you look tot he right you see a long, antique, dark wood table facing the wall. On the table there are flowers, angels, and other what-nots to give the room a livable feel. Next to that table, there is...

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    CHRISTMAS IN PHILIPPINES Christmas celebration in Philippines has a lot of activities and family affairs. Our country is said to be the world’s longest Christmas season for celebrating it as early as September last until third Sunday of January. Filipinos hand on Christmas decorations, buying early...

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    quickens. A majority of the students go to class. The final bell rings. The students remaining in the halls begin their walk towards the tardy tracker, about as quickly as a sloth without arms or legs. They can be heard complaining and openly expressing their opinions of tardy tracker. Class begins, and students...

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    The purpose of descriptive writing is to make our readers see, feel, and hear what we have seen, felt, and heard. Whether we're describing a person, a place, or a thing, our aim is to reveal a subject through vivid and carefully selected details. Each of the five paragraphs below responds, in its...

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    Laura Parker Ms. Taylor English 1101 online February 7, 2013 Mother Nature’s Wrath The subdivision looked like a disaster area after the tornado hit. The smells of the surrounding damp forest and the burnt aroma of the wreckage found each other and loomed in your nostrils as a constant reminder...

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    Descriptive Paragraph One of the things that I treasure in summertime is my weekends. I start my day early, getting ready to ride in my boyfriend’s car, to pick up the boat from a friend. The boat is a camouflaged, flat bottom, twelve feet long; spray painted on one side is the name for the boat “Esox...

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    and…Tony,” he ends. My heart stops as I think to myself, it’s over. I toddle back to the dorm with my hand dreadfully bruised. I lay on my bed thinking about my home and my parents. Tears start rolling down my cheeks as the day ends, along with what little desire I had left to stay. ...

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    Chanelle Russ Descriptive paragraph 1 He stood about five foot seven, however with his broad shoulders and huskiness, he looked shorter than average. His reddish-brown hair was newly cut and freshly brushed it looked like an ocean of waves in his head. On his plump face, normally scratchy and prickly...

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    Descriptive Paragraph 28, January, 2012 Nia Nia is my wife and I’s female Pitt Bull dog. She weighs about forty eight pounds, and stands approximately two feet high, and is twelve years old. Nia, has a unique fur coat, she is brindle and white. Nia’s, brindle fur coat is a black and brownish...

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    Justin Clermont Matthew Bogdan English 101 10 September 2013 A Day At The Beach The start of a beautiful day at the beach begins with driving over the lake via an old vintage stone bridge. It smells like fresh shellfish and salt water. The sunrays lights up the bay almost distributing light...

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    the nearest restaurant, as he gave me a weird look, grinned and turned back to the wheel. As we were getting I leaned my face on the window thinking about the whole break-up and with a positive attitude I whispered silently “its for the best” as the window in front of me fogged up. After ten minutes...

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    As you enter through the large brown wooden door into the bedroom, the first thing you notice is a messy wooden single bed, with red covers. On top of the red bed covers there is a rotten green apple, a broken purple video game, a putrid white pair of underwear, a black baseball cap hanging from the...

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    2012-09086 ENG 1 WFX2 2:30-4:00 pm DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY THAT LUSCIOUS SALAGUBANG My father is a small time farmer whose taste for exotic foods has been proverbial. Each month, he has a list of rare recipes he used to boast about. For example, last January, he caught a big monitor lizard...

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    getting ready to meet the guys at the club for a night of, “Who is going to out score who.” You smile at yourself in the mirror knowing that you are top dog and always take more than your share of trophies to bed. Still, it gets a little old. More and more you are thinking that it would be kind of nice to...

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    My eight year old brother, Jay, stands out in a crowd of children because of his distinctive appearance and gentle manner. The first thing I notice when I look at him is his height. He stands at shoulder height next to me; indeed, he is a head taller than other children his age, and is definitely stronger...

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  • Descriptive Paragraph Boston Bombing

    English 101 Descriptive Paragraph 8/27/2013 On April 15th, 2013, 117th Boston Marathon took an ugly, sad turn for the worst. I am a reporter for Channel 7 news; I was scheduled to cover the Boston Marathon this year a job I wasn’t too thrilled about since I had no interest in the...

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  • Romeo and Juliet Descriptive Paragraph

    Lovers of the Dark In William Shakespeare’s play of Romeo and Juliet, Light versus Dark imagery is an important device to contrast the hardships that Romeo and Juliet’s love endures. Further-more, dark imagery is a more dramatic element to highlight the affection, longing, and...

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