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  • American Television Actors and Charles Ashley Jimenez
    Something said between love and regret Cast: Charles Ashley Jimenez as Nicholas Gomez Mary Catherine Zoleta as Eddielaine Mae Gomez Alessandra Camilo as Meredith Rivera Denise Dee De Jesus as Veronica De Leon Sigfreed Angeles as Darren Salvador Jay Lemuel Buenviaje as Officer Gordon Ramirez Samantha Bernal as Dra. Fiona Agura Patricia Abiog as Inday Badiday Tasks: Patricia Abiog as the scriptwriter/director/playwright/ Clothing and Wardrobe Alessandra Camilo and Mary Catherine...
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  • American Film Actors and Kevin
    Kevin Abley, Australian rules footballerKevin Abley, Australian rules footballer Kevin J. Anderson (born 1962), American science fiction author Kevin T. Anderson, American musician Kevin Anderson (actor) (born 1960), American actor Kevin Anderson (tennis) (born 1986), South African tennis player Kevin Anderson (scientist), climate scientist Kevin Appier, American baseball pitcher Kevin Archer (born 1958), English musician and member of Dexy's Midnight Runners Kevin Ayers (born 1944),...
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  • English Television Actors and Trifles Literary Response
    Name: ______________________________ Date: ________________________ Period: ______ “Trifles” Literary Response and Analysis Questions Directions: Read the questions carefully. Respond to each thoroughly, insightfully and correctly in complete sentences. Answers are worth two points each. 1. What attitudes toward women do the Sheriff and the County Attorney express? How do Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters react to these statements? 2. Why does the County Attorney care so...
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  • American Film Actors and Hit Movie Elf
    I have recently had the pleasure of seeing the new hit movie Elf, written by David Berenbaum, and directed by actor/director Jon Favreau. This has to have been one of my all-time favorite comedies. When I heard about the movie, and who starred in it, I begged my mom to go see it with me the first day it came out. She said that if we could get tickets, we could. When we got to the theater, we had already purchased tickets online. I insisted that we go directly into the theater, so we could get...
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  • All American television actors Essays

  • Best Actor and Actress - 421 Words
    Alioune Diane Mr. Panepinto Film 8 March 2013 Favorite Actor/Actress My favorite actor is will smith because he is such a good actor; he can change his acting styles in whatever character he plays. He won over 40 academy awards to prove it. You will probably never get bored with his movies; a lot of them are good. The guy is also so humble with his fans. There are so many things that make him my favorite actor, but I can's list them all, basically will smith the actor is my favorite....
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  • Justified - 623 Words
    Rebeca Ali Campbell Carrie Steltz English 098 Compare and Contrast Characters 20 October 2014 Bluegrass Drama Harlan, Kentucky- The sound of the banjo comes on, and you hear Gangstagrass singing, “I see them long, hard times to come,” and you know it is time for Justified. The T.V series, based on the novels Pronto and Riding the Rap by Elmore Leonard, is sure to entertain. Timothy Olyphant plays U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens, a good looking, gun slinging Marshall who is reassigned to his...
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  • Oryx and Crake - 759 Words
    Film Version of Oryx and Crake Jimmy- Joseph Gordon Levitt To play this role the actor would have to be very reserved at times but also very emotional at others. As well he has to be willing to take the backseat to Crake which I think Levitt would be willing to do. Levitt also has sex appeal which Jimmy shows throughout the novel. In 50/50 Levitt showed his incredible ability to show emotion in easy and tough times which would be perfect for Oryx and Crake. In the Dark Knight Rises Levitt...
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  • Struck by Lightning: Movie Review
    Struck by Lightning is one of the most popular films premiering last year at Tribeca Film Festival. It was written and starred by Chris Colfer, featuring Sarah Hyland, Christina Hendricks, Allison Janney and Polly Bergen. The film tells the story of Carson Phillips, a sarcastic, bitter, overly-achiever teenager, who after being killed by a bolt of lightning, recounts the way he blackmailed his classmates into contributing to his literary magazine to get into the college of his dreams. While...
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  • Think Like a Man - 546 Words
    Teana Lawrence ENC 2001 Mini-theme 1 When the previews of Think Like a Man was showing on TV before the movie came out, I was too anxious to see it whenever it decided to drop in theaters. The day I finally watched it, it was how I expected it to be. The movie was funny, entertaining, and thriller all at once. Think Like a Man is the movie version of Steve Harvey’s book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man”. After watching the movie, I immediately wanted to go to the store and...
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  • Sofia - 282 Words
    Irene Martinez CST 229 002W February 7, 2013 I choose Sofia the First Once upon a Princess, because she is a little girl that is loyal, kind and full of grace. Sofia the First Spanish 7 year old girl that became a princess when her mother marries the king and they move to the castle to starting a new family with her step-father, King Roland II, and step-siblings, Amber and James. The King gave Sofia an Magic Amulet of Avalor he said never take it off because it special. Cedric is a...
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  • The Griffin and the Minor Canon - 378 Words
    The Griffin and The Minor Canon This assignment is on “The Griffin and The Minor Canon” by Frank R. Stockton. We have to make up a story for the Minor Canon where he shows fear but he’s confronted on it by anyone. After the griffin left the Minor Canon the Minor Canon went into town fearing for the equinox coming up but he had to hide it and keep pretending he wasn’t scared of the griffin even though he was. Later that day Charlie Sheen appears from the woods and the Minor Canon is very...
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  • Vincent Freeman in Andrew Niccol's Gattaca
    A passionate, self-willed and persistent character yet an in-valid. Vincent Freeman, a character in Andrew Niccols film “Gattaca” achieves more, whilst being imperfect whereas the perfect not so much. Gattaca focuses on the perfection and the high expectations but not so many achieve as much as Vincent does. In the film, Anton Freeman, his younger brother has several rounds with him in the game ‘Chicken’ and Anton would win all the time, a sudden change occurs where Vincent comes out on top....
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  • Are You a Feminist - 323 Words
    Are You a Feminist? "Feminism" is a loaded word that’s definition is not always easily agreed upon, but if you take notes from feminists like Caitlin Moran, author ofHow To Be A Woman, feminism is “the belief that women should be as free as men, however nuts, dim, deluded, badly dressed, fat, receding, lazy and smug they might be.” So there, that’s not too complicated, is it? It wasn’t too complicated for a group of teenage girls in the suburbs of Chicago who started a feminism club at their...
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  • Merchant of Venice - 625 Words
    The Merchant of Venice Movie Production Matt Bomer as Antonio Matthew Bomer has an impressive and aristocratic bearing. No matter how tall he is, Matthew appears noble and upright. He is very much in control of the image he sends out to others. Bomer is elegant, graceful, and charismatic. He can take the role as a rather lackluster character. He can act as a hopeless depressive man, someone who cannot name the source of his melancholy...
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  • Alexandra and Marie Comparison - 1123 Words
    Hunter Hooks Young Period 1 14 October 2012 In the novel O Pioneers! By Willa Cather, Alexandra Bergson and Marie Shabata have very different lives. Alexandra is a hard working woman of the land, and is more masculine than most women. She has to serve as a caretaker for many plots of land, as her father died when she was young, and put her in charge. Marie is a childish woman, who really only has to care somewhat for her husband, Frank, and an orchard and garden. She is more feminine, as...
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  • Swallowing Stones - 654 Words
    Mark Romero Tigner English 9 Period 3 October 19, 2012 Swallowing Stones Michael Mackenzie will think that he is having the best day of his life on his seventeenth birthday party on the Fourth of July, because in that moment he does not know that he has accidentally killed a man. In Swallowing Stones, Joyce McDonald has written about a teenage boy whose life will turn upside down when he finds out he has killed Jenna Ward’s father, Charlie Ward. The Briarwood police department desperately looks...
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  • The Seance - 635 Words
    The Seance The Seance, by Joan Lowery Nixon (which won the Edgar Award for best Young Adult Mystery), is a story of a girl named Lauren and a group of her friends. The girls live in a small town and try to create some fun by playing with spirits.... Sara is Lauren's foster sister. The girls live with Lauren's Aunt Mel. Lauren is very jealous of Sara because she claims she grew up in a loving, picture-perfect household, unlike Lauren whose parents died in a timber mill...
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  • Now you see me
    A protagonist is a main character or the important character in a movie. While antagonist is the character that is in the opposition to the protagonist. In the movie “Now You See Me”, the protagonists are Daniel Atlas, Merritt McKinney, Henley Reese, Jack Wilder, Dylan Rhodes and Alma Dray. Thaddeus Bradley and Arthur Tressler are the antagonists. A famous American actor Morgan Freeman plays the role Thaddeus Bradley in “Now You See Me”, a former magician then a proficient magic debunker who...
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  • english play - 311 Words
    A New Member CHARACTERS: LULU LARRY MUM DAD NANNY CHUCKLES Lulu: Look! It’s Mum and Dad! They’re coming home! Mum: Hello, Larry! This is your little sister, Betsy. Lulu: Is she my little sister too? Dad: Yes, of course! Lulu: Nanny, this is our little sister! Nanny: She’s lovely! What’s her name? Larry: Betsy! Lulu: Chuckles, what’s this? Larry: Is it a little chimp? Nanny: No, it isn’t. It’s a teddy! Lulu: Look at our toys, Nanny! We have a lot of things to play with!...
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  • Riordan Manufacturing Legal Review
    Riordan Manufacturing Legal Review Cody Morse BSA310 10/29/12 Morris Polston Riordan Manufacturing Legal Review Upon reviewing Riordan Manufacturing’s legal section I found the page to be devoid of any information regarding to current business system. However, the page does detail the relationship between Riordan Manufacturing and their legal partners, Litteral & Finkel, who have been legal representatives of Riordan Manufacturing since the company’s founding. Litteral & Finkel...
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  • In the novel, 'A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove' by James Moloney,how are the Osprey and Carl are alike?
    The book 'A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove' contains some features about an Osprey. The Osprey and the main character Carl are very similar in many ways. James Moloney the author of the book has cleverly shown the similarity and the significance between the Osprey and Carl Matt. The osprey is a large sea eagle. 'It was a large bird, brown and grey, its head covered by a canvas' (page 62) the beak is its canvas it protects itself from predators. This bird was hurt by another pair of hands which...
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  • Crank by Ellen Hopkins - 486 Words
    English II Part 2 Assignment 3_7 For my analytical response, I chose to do my favorite book Crank by Ellen Hopkins. She is a very realistic writer. Her books are amazing. Let me give you my take on her books. Her books are very helpful to young adults and teens. We can relate so well to what her daughter was going through. Well except the drugs thing on part. Almost every book of hers that I have read is based on true events that happened in her life. Crank is about her oldest daughter...
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  • Model british CV - 320 Words
    May 25, 2012 The first season of “Revenge” provided viewers with a great escape every week. The show ended its freshman run Wednesday night, when it aired one of the best and most gripping season finales of the year. “Revenge” centers on Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp), a woman who sets out to take revenge on the family (called the Graysons) that destroyed her own. The show’s whole cast works great together, but Madeleine Stowe (as ice queen Victoria Grayson) and Gabriel Mann (as lovable...
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  • hoe reading report - 301 Words
    Home Reading Report Submitted by: Submitted to: Kaye Pascua Michelle Rindon Mr. Renato Cayabyab Maribel Dela Cruz Jhanine Valencia Justlyn Dumale Rachelle Ancheta Geselle Evangelista Mercedita Erojo Rose Sharon Layugan Glydell Mae Cruz Annalyn Regatcho Proverbs | | | | | | | Between the devil and the deep sea | | To choose between two equally bad alternatives in a serious dilemma. | | | | Where there's a will there's a way | | When a person really wants to do something,...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird - 1321 Words
    “Sometimes it’s the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.” (–Keri Russell) “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” (–Frederick Douglass) When you make a small effort to change your ways, there can be a greater impact on things and those around you, as shown through the characters of To Kill a Mockingbird. Although Scout has gone through some difficult relationship problems with women in the book, these women also influenced her well, setting good examples and being...
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  • Summary of Bad Seed Play
    The Bad Seed By Maxwell Anderson Lovely, well-to-do Christine Bravo Penmark has everything: a loving, well-paid husband with a respectable career (as an Air Force colonel, no less), a swank apartment in a respectable part of town, and an adorable, cherubic eight-year-old daughter. But as Col. Kenneth Penmark leaves for an assignment in Washington, DC, the strains that have lurked beneath the surface of the Penmark household now begin to manifest. For example, her daughter Rhoda gives every...
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  • The club - 987 Words
     Essay How does Williamson show the use and abuse of power in “The Club”? David Williamson exposes the use and abuse of power in his play The Club, which offers “a look at the power behind the big men of the sporting world”. Through the use of dramatic and language techniques such as dramatic irony, mise en scene and simile. Williamson suggest that manipulation of power can destroy friendships, organisations and affects one’s...
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  • Babe in Boyland - 1737 Words
    The book I read was called “ Babe in Boyland” by no other than Jody Gehrman. The story takes place mostly at Underwood Academy, a school for boys. The main character is Natalie Rowan, she is a junior in high school. She writes for the school’s paper, but in a specific column as a love guru. People ask her questions and she responds back, not as Natalie but as Dr. Aphrodite. She is also known as Nat at Underwood Academy. She is courageous and smart because when going in her disguise she handles...
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  • Never Let Me Go
    AP English Independent Novel September 5, 2012 Never Let Me Go By Kazuo Ishguro Published 2005 In a small school called Hailsham placed in England in the 1990’s, Kathy, a student from years back is looking in search of Hailsham after a few years of it being shut down. Kathy has reminisce of Tommy; a strong-willed boy who was the best football player at the time, threw tantrums and wore a special polo shirt as good luck. She also had reminisce of her times at Hailsham and the events...
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  • Don Campbell - 399 Words
    Alanis Vega-Cruz Hip hop Don Campbell Have you ever wonder who made the lock-it move in hip hop? That would be Don Campbell, because of his successful creation of the move his name was referred as Don Campbelock. He was creative from his early years as a kid until college was when he discovered hip hop. Then he gets recognition. And how time went by. Don was born in ST Louis, during the early years of the 50s, but raised in South Central LA. As a kid don enjoyed to draw especially...
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  • Hunters in the Snow - 856 Words
    The overall structure and plot of the story plays a part in how Wolff viewed his own life within the characters. It opens with a simple yet intriguing statement: "Tub had been waiting for an hour in the falling snow" (Wolff 1). Immediately, this hook does its job drawing the reader into the story and making him wonder what is going on. In the same paragraph we find that Tub is walking down the street, carrying a rifle and seemingly, shooting the breeze. But then a car comes from nowhere, nearly...
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  • Everyday Use - 401 Words
    Antoinette Spears March 4th, 2013 ENC 1102 MWF – 11:15 Attachments to a False Reality In the story Everyday Use by Amy Walker, Dee is a frequent trendsetter who believes she knows it all, but fails to know her own self. When Dee visits from college to visit her family, she surprises them in a bright African-themed dress, golden bangles and earrings, and a large new hair. However, this new look is only for physical display, intended to show others that she is in touch with her heritage –...
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  • Types of Business Writing - 320 Words
    BROADWORTH GENERAL HOSPITAL P. O. Box 5432 Cameron, PA 79087 January 10, 2011 Jeremy Dittmer Employee Relations Specialist/Manager 123 Park St. Richland, PA 79087 Dear Mr. Dittmer, My name is Diane Smith; I am an administrative assistant for the Human Resources Department of Broadworth General Hospital. I work under Miriam Hopkins. She has given me the responsibility to set up a training seminar. She spoke very highly of your company, Wadade Consulting Services. We have used...
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  • Montana 1948 - 800 Words
    MONTANA 1948 ESSAY TOPIC 2: Racism is the perception the colour of one’s skin determines how they can live. Indian are mistreated and misunderstood in the novel Montana 1948? Discuss In Larry Watson’s Montana 1948, Indians are misunderstood and wrongly judged. The main theme in Montana is racism and how strongly it played its part in society back in 1948 The book is based on twelve year old David Hayden’s memories of the events of his life in Montana. David is the son of Wesley...
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  • Kooool - 716 Words
    International Systems Corporation - Ajax Plant March 9, 2013 To: Bruce Nguyen cc: William Silva, Denise Washington, Robert Strauss, Julie Fleming From: Mr. Robert Bedford, Plant Manager Re: March 4 Project Status Report 1. In reference to completing the Model 95 for production, I have spoken with William Silva, the department manager in charge of production, and presented him with instructions to assist with the number of capable new hires in production engineering, and to...
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  • Dazed and Confused - 1017 Words
    Movie Title: Dazed and Confused List and describe 4 characters that are important to the movie: Randall "Pink" FloydFloyd is the stud senior quarterback who realizes he doesn’t want to be just a quarterback for the rest of his life and questions his role in the social pack. He can't stand Coach Conrad and the pledge sheet he's making all the players sign. He's going out with Simone, but he'd like to hook up with Jodi. He seems to belong to all cliques. | Mitch KramerMitch is going to be a...
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  • A Candidate for Murder Essay - 325 Words
    A Candidate For Murder -Joan Lowery Nixon The novel A Candidate For Murder is a remarkable page turner by Joan Lowery Nixon. The book is fictional and suspenseful, it has a length of two hundred ten pages and was published by Dell Publishing in 1991. The story seemed to start a little slow but, it sped up soon after the first chapter. It was a quick read and it kept me on my toes, always curious about what was going to happen next. A Candidate For Murder is about a girl (Cary) whose father...
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  • All I Want for Christmas is Ian Somerhalder
    1233 Main Street Miami, FL 33175 December 14, 2012 Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is Ian Somerhalder to have the power to turn into a real vampire and to be on my doorstep with a tux on Christmas morning. Just kidding, even though that’s my dream come true, I would like him to get fifty million dollars for his charity to help the environment and the planet for that matter but not just for free. First off, I’m going to be in possession meanwhile, and Ian Somerhalder is going to be...
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  • Alas Babylon Report - 407 Words
    The second book I decided to read this summer was Alas Babylon. Have you ever looked at a book and thought that it was not going to hold your attention very long? I thought the same about this book until I began to read it and it has turned out to have an interesting plot. The setting of this book takes place in the late 1950’s in a small town in Florida named Fort Repose, during the Cold and Korean War. In addition the main characters of this book are Randy Bragg, Helen Bragg who is Randy’s...
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  • Perks of being a wallflower - 650 Words
     Charlie- He is the main character; Strange & conserved. He seems to over think everything! He's always in his head, trying to think through some of life's great mysteries. He has all sorts of ideas on what he wants to be when he gets older, but he never seems to actually do anything to work toward those goals. Although his heart is in the right place, that doesn't stop Charlie from beating people to a pulp. He has major anger issues. Sam-Charlie is attracted to Sam from the moment he...
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  • Bridget Jones - 535 Words
    Will Freeman and Bridget Jones Will Freeman is a 36-year-old man. He is shallow, wealthy and irresponsible playboy, who has no surviving family and lives alone in a roomy, elegant London apartment. He's never had a job in his life. He's had lots of girlfriends, but he always dumps them within a few weeks. One day he realizes that his friends are all involved with the responsibilities of married life and that leaves him alone in the cold. Will is a bored swinger who dumps woman after...
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  • Reading Response - 615 Words
    Reader Response By: Gisselle perez Book name: The September Sisters Author: Jillian Cantor Genre: Fiction Pages: 356 The September Sisters, by Jillian Cantor, is a story about two sisters, Abigail, the oldest and Becky the youngest. They both fight a lot and make each other’s life miserable, that’s all they do, then Becky disappears in the middle of the night, Abby struggles to cope with her own feeling of guilt and loss. Aby meets a new neighbor, Tommy, who with time, discover that love...
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  • Cyber-Bullying Is an Epidermic Plaguing Our Society.
    About 1 year ago I saw a story on the news that really caught my attention. It was the story of Becca Robinson, who is in 3rd Form at Verchilds High. Although she was described as “Fatty” who enjoyed spending time with her friends and family, since 1st Form Becca had been seeing a Psychiatrist and taking medications for attention and deficit disorder and depression and she also considered herself overweight. In 2012, shortly after Becca had fallen out with one of her friends for allegedly...
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  • Cast Away Movie Critique
    Cast Away was a very interesting survival experience. Put a man that runs his life by time and lives a controlled and planned life to the second and put him on a remote, lifeless island which causes him to live his life completely opposite from the way he would if he were home. It was man vs. nature as Chuck Noland (played by Tom Hanks) on an island alone for the majority of the movie. Chuck Noland is a Fed-Ex systems engineer. The night after proposing to his girlfriend Kelly (played by Helen...
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  • Review the Ides of March - 344 Words
    The Ides of March The Ides of March is directed by George Clooney is a kind of political film actually. Starring by George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei, Jeffrey Wright and Evan Rachel Wood. Stephen Myers (Ryan Gosling) strolls up to a podium in an auditorium and begins to speak on his religious preferences. He then begins to whistle and whisper into the microphone. An audio technician comes up, and they adjust the volume. Stephen isn't a candidate...
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  • Unconditional Love in "I Stand Here Ironing" and "Everyday Use"
    Ashley Gillette Professor Grimes ENG 171 24 June 2010 Unconditional Love in “I Stand Here Ironing” and “Everyday Use” Unconditional love is a term used to describe complete love. It is affection with no limits or conditions (“Unconditional”). "I Stand Here Ironing" by Tillie Olsen and "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker are stories about a mother's unconditional love toward her daughter. Both stories stem from an intense guilt felt by the mother’s in each story. Both mothers’ feel...
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  • Discuss ways in which the osprey functions as a symbol in the novel, 'A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove' by James Moloney.
    A Bridge to Wisemans Cove by James Moloney, is about a fat, 15 year old boy, called Carl Matt who has been left by his mother and then sent to his aunt. Along the way he makes new friends, a new family and finding the true Carl. You find that he has very simular feelings and past, and James Moloney has made the novel very carefully to show Carls feelings in another way. Carl Matt was hurt by many people, Kerry his mother, Beryl, his aunt, his older sister, Sarah, And many more. The osprey was...
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  • Never let me go conflicts
    Never Let Me Go Chapter Wise notes Conflicts Chapter 1 Tommy is naive. He thinks that being the best football player meant he will be chosen first. He was proved wrong by the boys who were just teasing him. In result Tommy "began to scream and shout, a nonsensical jumble of swear words and insults"(9). when Kathy went to calm Tommy down "[Tommy] threw up his arm, he knocked [Kathy's] hand and hit the side of [Her] face"(11). Chapter 3 Tommy being unable to submit any worthy art pieces made him...
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  • the lucky one - 453 Words
    The Lucky One The Lucky One is a book written by Nicholas Sparks. Most of Sparks’ works are made into movies because all of his books are well written and explained. The Lucky One is a love story of a marine named Logan and a teacher named Beth. The movie version directed by Scott Hicks is starred by Zac Efron as Logan, Taylor Schilling as Beth, Jay R. Ferguson as Keith Clayton who is the ex-husband of Beth and Blythe Danna as Beth’s nana. Both the work of The Lucky One captures the emotions...
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  • The Roar Book Report - 463 Words
    Thee Book Report By:Jacob Richard Date:10/6/2014 The title of the book is ​ The Roar.​ The author of the book is Emma Clayton. It’s a Fantasy,Science Fiction, Thriller,and Young-Adult fiction. ​ The Roar​was nominated for the Carnegie and the Yorkshire Coast Award in two thousand and ten. It was also in ​ Texas Library Association's Lone Star Reading List in two thousand and ten , and also USBBY Outstanding International Books Honor List, U.S.B.B.Y stands for United States Board on Books for ​...
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  • Ides of March Movie Review
    Like a good politician, The Ides of March promises more than it delivers. A moody political thriller bursting with good intentions, the film veers uneasily between accomplished and trite. Canny packaging and a strong leading cast may help compensate a bit for inevitable bad word-of-mouth. Based on the play Farragut North, the film focuses on press secretary Stephen Meyers (Ryan Gosling), a true believer in Presidential candidate Mike Morris (George Clooney). As Morris, an ideal liberal who is...
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  • Invitation - 389 Words
    XAVIER UNIVERSITY – ATENEO DE CAGAYAN COLLEGE OF NUSING PRESENTS “A BROKEN STRING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE LINES” CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS: Mrs. Melanie Joy Bustamante RN, MANMrs. Mary Grace M. Paayas, RN, MANMrs. Marizza Ivy M. Generalao, RN, MNMs. Jammie B. Akut, RN, MN | Mrs. Lenny V. Baguio, RN, MNMs. Faith G. Escanilla, RNMrs. Nadine June M. Rizon, RN, MANMr. Ernst Dale Ubay-Ubay, RN | SEMINAR ORGANIZERS: Abragan, Aaron L. Abucejo, Mitz Karyl F. Acero, Brian Carl...
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  • Terabithia - 283 Words
    Topic: why do Jess and Leslie create Terabithia? What does it represent to them? There are two kids named Jess and Leslie in the book “Bridge to Terabithia”. As two friends they have create Terabithia. They would go there everyday even if they’re happy or sad they would still go. Jess creates Terabithia so he can get away from the real world because his dad doesn’t treat him the way he treats his sisters and he felt left out. He wouldn’t even dare to show his dad his drawing again...
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  • Ellen - 274 Words
    Ellen DeGeneres Ellen DeGeneres, an inspirational woman to all, was born on January 26, 1958 in Louisiana. After suffering through a divorce at the age of 13 and a mother suffering from cancer, Ellen’s teenage trauma contributed to her overall success. Coming from very little, Ellen made a name of herself by using motivation from her older brother Vance, a comedian, who gained attention and glory from individuals all around. Ellen used his success as motivation to gain the same treatment. In...
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  • Never Let Me Go - Kathy's life
    NEVER LET ME GO – KATHY H’S ROAD TO LIFE: HAILSHAM: Kathy reminisces about her time at Hailsham and events involving her two most important friends. Ruth, a charismatic but manipulative and dishonest ‘queen bee’ and Tommy, a kind boy with a bad temper who is disliked by the other students. She recalls watching Tommy from the sports pavilion where the girls and his friends bullied him. Kathy was concerned that Tommy would get mud on his favourite shirt so she tried to interfere with the...
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  • "Annie" the Musical: List of Scenes
    Annie 2012 – Scene Layout Act 1 – Sc. 1: Orphanage Song(s): “Maybe”, “Hard Knock Life” Annie Molly Pepper Duffy July Kate Tessie Miss Hannigan Mr. Bundles Act 1 – Sc. 2: New York Street Song(s): “Tomorrow” Street Ensemble Annie Lt. Ward Sandy Act 1 – Sc. 3: Hooverville Song(s): “We’d Like to Thank You…” Hooverville Ensemble Annie Lt. Ward Act 1 – Sc. 4: Orphanage Song(s): “Little Girls” Annie Molly Pepper Duffy July Kate...
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  • It Was a Year Ago
    “It Was a Year Ago” By: Grace Caguimbaga and Aatika Qurban Name: Aatika Qurban Date: Monday, February 4, 2013 Professor: Kevin Davies Turning Point English Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology A slight breeze blew as Doug stood staring down at Joey. “Hello, Joey,” said Doug. Silence surrounding the two of them. “Joey, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it. I didn’t. And, Joey-Merry Christmas.” Doug placed a rose on Joey’s tombstone and walked away. “Can you ever forgive me,” he...
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  • Film - 524 Words
    FILM REVIEW: REUNION All of us would like to have a good past memories. As we all know high school life is the crucial part of becoming into grown-ups teenager. Once you enter high school things change, "some of your best friends become bitches. Homework goes in the trash; cell phones are being used in class. Detention becomes suspension, soda becomes beer, and gum becomes pot. Bikes become cars. Lollipops become cigarettes. Lip-gloss becomes makeup. French kisses become sex." High school...
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  • The Crucible Rewrite - 337 Words
    Personal Reflection In the rewrite, I was responsible for Elizabeth’s character. My partner, John, and chose to create the scene where Abigail is fired from her position as subservient because we both felt there was a lot of room for interpretation. I chose Elizabeth because it seemed like there was a lot that she was holding back throughout the two acts that I felt like I could express for her. “It is as though she would speak but cannot” (166), Elizabeth holds her tongue far more than she...
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  • Graham Greene “I Spy”
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  • crash - 382 Words
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  • If I Were a Shoe
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  • Maya and Bailey - 588 Words
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  • Catcher in the Rye Themes - 275 Words
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  • Hope Is The Thing With Feathers
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  • The Saddest Character Wesley in Montana 1948
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  • A Case Study on Logic Puzzles
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  • Novel Alas Babylon, written by Pat Frank
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