Erick Von Lippke
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My favorite subject in school |
My favorite subject in school is Mathematics. It is my favorite because I never have difficulty with it and always get good marks in tests.I suppose I am lucky to be born with a clear-thinking brain. So ever since young,manipulating numbers and figures came
People live in the present; no one lives in the past. The past causes the future and that’s where history comes from, history is important to know. We need to know history to understand societies and the way of the people who live in the societies behave History is interesting; it deals with real
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History can be described as complex and very repetitive. It can be perceived by people in infinite ways. I personally feel the former adjectives describe history extremely well. Other words that describe his
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I am a junior in high school now. I like all my subjects, but I especially like history. When I study history, I feel like I am studying many different subjects, not just history. That's why it's my favorite subject.
I study history every day. I study it three different...
Comics: In the Beginning The modern comic, as we know it, began in Joseph Pulitzer's New York World on February 17,1895. The comic, drawn by Richard F. Outcault, was based on the life of Mickey Dugan, an Irish immigrant child in the city. Although the strip had no name, people have dubbed it the "Ye
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It could be said that Russian literature did not rise to a powerful and meaningful media until the 17th century, when the Russian literary language underwent drastic changes due to the influence of contacts with the West; and as a result it incorporated elements of Greek, Latin, Polish, German, Fren
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The earliest armies consisted of warriors in horse-drawn chariots; of infantry--armed foot soldiers; and of cavalry--armed so
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Seven o' clock strikes on my alarm clock, causing it to ring its silver bells, rudely jolting
me back to reality from another wonderful dream. Groggily, I manage to carry my body to the
shower, still upset that i won't