Descriptive Paragraph Of A Baby Being Born Essays and Term Papers

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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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    A teacher’s way of teaching and leading can have a significant impact on the emotional and mental development of his or her students.    As I step into my math class, I see eight students lining up in a row with their hands out in front of them. Mercilessly, the teacher swings his stick at their...

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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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    This ad shows a view of what you would see as if you were laying in a grave looking up a burial scene above you. In the background there is a tree with no leaves on your left side behind the people standing, and behind that is a clear very light blue sky. There is a single bird flying in the air. You...

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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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    Ring! Ring! Ring! I was as relieved and happy as the bell rang on the last day of school so I could finally leave. Because I knew my summer break was going to be wonderful. First, I went to Alabama for three weeks to visit my Aunt Shirley. I had so much fun. When she saw me she said “My how you’ve...

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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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    They begin to walk through the halls and instantly search for someone to converse with and discuss how uninterested they were in the previous class. Being the intelligent individuals they are, at the same time, almost every student in the school decides to use the main staircase. Walking up the main staircase...

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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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    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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    into the white rumbling part of the wave as it finishes its motion. Above, there is an outstanding purple kite that is gliding through the blue sky being controlled by a tall Caucasian male. I go to a minute, timeworn, and wooden ice cream stand on the hindmost part of the beach. The melting ice cream...

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    that, nor do I feel that you should even entertain that thought. My only point is that if you use my system and a past one night stand should end up being presented to you; don’t prejudge or assume you know who this person really is. Alright, so now we have established that you either have been, or are...

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    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 of being in the cab. I finally hit my stop. I thanked the driver paid him, opened the door and got out, just see myself standing in front of Mc Donald’s- the...

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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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    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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    water as the boats come crashing through. At noon time, the hickey smell of campfire smoke always lets you know that there are marshmallows and hotdogs being roasted; furthermore, you can always enjoy the sweet coconut smell of sun tanning lotion that people put on themselves while they lay into the sun to...

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    ERROL WYNSTAN A. RODRIGUEZ August 15, 2012 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...

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     David Best Descriptive Paragraph Hunting has been a favorite and exciting hobby of mine all my life, and the excitement never seems to fade away. I hunt for turkey, duck, coyote, deer, hogs, and othersmall game animals. Out of everything I hunt, ducks would have to be at the top...

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    Erica Handy Gary Lowe English 101-43 February 23, 2015 The Bedroom It’s the smallest bedroom in a three bedroom house. The walls are white with many black smudges from pencil markings and writing on it. Towards the back of the room is one double hung bedroom window with a light blue sheer curtain...

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