• Entrepreneurship Week
    , almost telling the tale with as much vigour and taste as do the variety of foods in his restaurant. As captivating was his style of delivering his story, it was as gripping to know his eventful journey , the lows and highs of his business and how he got through all the challenges, winning against all...
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  • The Ends Justify the Means?
    they can do it too. However, the discouragement from the first competition misguides them, so they collaborate to cheat and they finally win state which surprises community, with the joy and pride. If the story ended this way, it would be hard to say that "the ends do not justify the means" since...
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  • Eece
    my birthday party very well, I was completely unaware it had even happened when I cut it off. It was very fun for me to show off my wound in school, I was excited to show all of my friends what I had done that next day. Other kids loved it, we would have these little competitions in who had the best...
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  • Tannen's Theory Put Into Use
    feelings, and secrets, but they do tend to talk about themselves. They talk about gains, ownership, telling jokes or stories attempting to “one-up” each other. This is known as “report-talk”. Setting- The setting of this transcript takes place one school day at the lunch table. It includes a group...
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  • Music Throughout History
    the choir instructors, at Airport High School Mrs. Barbara Tritten, once told me that music is the story of our lives. She explained this to me by telling me more about Ludwig Van Beethoven. Beethoven told his stories and tragedies through his music. During his 5th Symphony he began to go deaf. He...
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  • Boys and Girls Week Report
    punishing polices who wronged the citizens. The same day, we also found out that the orientation day is also the next day (December 2) at Araullo High School; I was troubled because December 2 is also the day of my competition at Emilio Aguinaldo College. They were thinking of choosing somebody else...
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  • A Great Leader, Captain Richard H. Gatewood
    years old and in the fourth grade. We were living in Dresden and we were attending a school that had many social level differences. There were so many fights and confrontations that Richard decided to see what he could do to stop all this during recess. My friend had a bag of marbles and was...
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  • wra treasure in book
    require parents to read a story before I sleep. There were many fairy books on the bedside table. Every evening it was the fixed process that my father read a book for me, until I was 7 years old. On my 7-year-old birthday party, my father gave me“Grimm Fairy Tales” as birthday present. My father said...
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  • Personal Statement Example
    I had concentrated on child development. During my freshman year, I participated in FHA’s child development competition for actively involving children in a story. I was then invited to Fresno, CA to compete state-wide where, I won third place. I was also a teacher’s assistant (TA) for my child...
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  • Chinese Cinderella
    Fiction Sydney V. Best Title: Chinese Cinderella; The True Story of an Unwanted Daughter Author: Adeline Yen Mah Page Range: 42-84 Entry 3: “I should just go to school every day and carry inside me this dreadful loneliness, a secret I could never share. Otherwise it...
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  • The Human Mind
    the school and hates it. I liked how this feeling came out through the words on the page. One thing that confused me was weather Eva was genuinely concerned with her mother’s behavior or more jealous. Sentences like “their combined presence was underscored with competition” made me feel like it was...
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  • Aiesec - 1
    story line is simple; it will focus on a graduated student applying for the AIESEC Global Internship Programme, evolving through his internship (narrator telling his experiences, people he met, what he acquired and how he changed), then finding a job (narrator telling that thanks to his training, he...
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  • Chinese Cinderella
    Adeline wins the writing competition and her father being pleased she imagines, “[Her] whole being [vibrates] with all the joy in the world. I only [have] to stretch out my hand to reach the stars.” (Yen Mah, 1999:220). This quotation means that Adeline feels as though all the joy is inside her. She...
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  • zxdasdasdasd
    show(champion) 2007-2008(LPCA) Young Psalmists Tree Adoption Certificate 2008-2009(LPCA) 2nd placer Badminton Competition 2009-2010(ACSAT) Story telling(champion) 2009-2010(ACSAT) Stageright Theatre Production 2010-201(UP Diliman) Mr. Campus Hunk 2010-2011(ACSAT) Personal...
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  • Response to Tracy Chapman, Cold Feet
    lead you to a world six feet under ground. I highly recommend that Year 12 students listen to this song as it sends out a great warning towards today’s society about how desires can have dangerous effects upon our lives. As the song begins by telling the story of the boy at a young age, I think...
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  • Chinese Cinderella
    his attention and brings honor to her family by winning a creative writing competition. In Adeline’s story the idea’s of rejection, abandonment and overcoming adversity is cleverly conveyed through the narrative elements of setting, atmosphere, characterization and conflict. There was a cloud...
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  • Differences in the Mistreatment of Cinderella
    in 1697 and the movie A Cinderella Story made in 2004. In the two versions Cinderella gets mistreated by her peers, step-sister, and step-mother. Sam (Cinderella) was mistreated by her peers at school. They would go to her job and call her “diner-girl” and laughed at her every time they saw her...
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  • Sam Walton
    from corporate giants to lemonade stands.   Sam Walton was passionate about retailing, and his passion leaps off the pages. I don't get the feeling that he's saying, "look at how great I am." Rather, he's just telling the story of building Wal-Mart through his eyes, warts and all. Bonus: he...
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  • Good Hotel
    achieve the reputation of being the best hotels where people can learn the business, we will be able to attract and retain the very best.  Our Human Resources department is getting creative in helping us hire people and telling our story.  They’ve started a video competition in China called Our...
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  • What keeps leaders up at night? (Book Report)
    gotten so lost in the trees that I can no longer see the forest? 2) Have I taken on extra work thinking I can do it better or because I don’t want to waste time telling someone else how to do it? 3) Have I resisted delegating work because I want my people to like and respect me? Asking yourself...
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