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  • Blue Sky - 1048 Words
    Why is the Sky Blue? Did you know that the sky wasn’t always blue? The story goes thousands of years back. It all went like this… It was just another day in Aika village. The sky was gray and dim(Put it here or remove it from myth). There weren’t a lot of people walking around town, and the only sounds heard were the soft autumn wind and rustling leaves. One girl, named Ai, was sitting alone on a knoll. Every day she hoped for a change in the village, as everything was always dark and...
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  • Pepsi Blue - 2833 Words
    PEPSI BLUE ……REFRESHING INDIA!!! PROJECT BY: PUJA GUHA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The project has been successful due to the support and guidance of our batch co-coordinator Sir Subha Sundar Mustafi who is also one of the faculties of THE NIS ACADEMY. He helped me to understand the scope of the project, and made this project successful. I am also very grateful to all the peoples who helped me directly and indirectly associated with my project work. Last but not the least, the senior students of THE...
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  • Shades of Blue - 576 Words
    Shades of Blue Blue is calming. It can be strong and steadfast or light and friendly. Almost everyone likes some shade of the blue in their life. Mr. Toastmaster, Fellow Toastmasters and Dear Guests Intro A natural color, from the blue of the sky, it is a universal color. Its cool, calming effect makes time pass more quickly and it can help you sleep. It's a good color for bedrooms. At the negative side, too much blue could dampen spirits though. In many diverse cultures blue is...
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  • Plunging Into the Blue - 867 Words
    Plunging Into the Blue “Help!” my brother screamed from the deep end of the swimming pool. He was struggling to swim and appeared to be drowning! We could not believe our eyes. On scorching hot summer days, I knew I could always count on it being there, still, unmoving, glistening beautifully under the hot, blazing summer sun, waiting for someone to take a dip into its vast light blue water; it lay there in the middle of my backyard always guaranteeing me relief after a long, sizzling day and...
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  • Blue Against White - 605 Words
    “Blue Against White” Jeannette C. Armstrong This intense, short story contains flashbacks of a woman named Lena’s childhood. She was constantly embarrassed of her culture and family. She yearned for assimilation and could not handle the pressure of being different all her life. Lena finally decides to leave the reserve and pursue her life journey in the city, where she would also be schooled. Not only does Lena find out that the city is not the greatest destination, she realizes that again,...
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  • Red vs Blue - 816 Words
    Takudzwa Imbayago Dr. Jonathan Wright English Composition 1 2 September 2014 Paper 3: So Close But Yet So Far What is so special about red and blue? Why do people obsess about red and blue? Red is constantly pit against blue for example “Star Wars” the good guys have blue light sabers and the bad guys have red light sabers. Also why do people consider red to be evil and blue to be good? Finally, why are these two colors the most used in everyday life? The colors red and blue have been in...
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  • Blue Moon Article - 383 Words
    All of us are familiar with the quotation "Once in a blue moon" which mean it only occurs once. But how come they call it a blue moon but practically speaking it is not blue? I have read an article that i can share to give info why did astronomers called it as blue moon? Astronomers and other experts said that there will be a chance of having a blue moon in a year if there are two full moons in one month, meaning if the first full moon happened on the second week, then another on the fourth...
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  • Designing with Colour (Blue)
    Individual colours can have a variety of different meanings and associations for different people. A colour that is favoured by one person, may be despised by another. The colour preferred by individuals is blue (Wiegersma & Van Loon, 1989). Although, it is preferred, it does not mean it is universally favoured. Understanding of blue comes from analysing different interpretations and associations people have with it. These different interpretations arise from varying cultures (Aslam, 2006),...
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  • Importance of Blue Colour - 820 Words
    Favourite Colors and their meaning Colors have been an integral part of our lives for a very long time and so perhaps we are not aware of the profound impact that colors can have on our emotions and our psyche. Different cultures have always had different meanings associated with these colors and that in turn has shaped our traditions and practices in many ways. In fact researchers and psychologists have also tried to understand the impact that colors can have on our life and our emotions so...
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  • Am I Blue? - 894 Words
    English 9-2 7 May 2012 Judged The saying, “do not judge a book by its cover” is a commonly used saying throughout the years. However, what does the saying really mean? Of course an individual should not be choosing the novel they wish to read just based on the cover of the book. Figuratively speaking, the saying means that one should not prejudge the value of someone just by their physical appearance alone. For many people, the root of their anxiety stems from the fear of others judging or...
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  • Color Blue I. - 276 Words
    The Color Blue I. Positive associations 1. Blue is successful in bathrooms. 2. Is a peacemaker of color; not many people dislike blue. 3. Is considered a noble color, represents dignity and poise. 4. Dark blue inspires confidence and trust. 5. Pale blue is believed to encourage fantasy. 6. Cool, calm, comfortable, relaxing, and clean. II....
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  • Gathering Blue Thesis Paper
    Gathering Blue By Lois Lowry Thesis Statement: Knowing one’s identity is a way of fulfilling one’s life purpose Introduction: The uniqueness of one’s personality, character and abilities defines his identity. Knowing one’s distinctiveness is a grueling process. A person must have enough strength and perseverance to surpass obstacles. He must be able to accept whatever mistake he does and learn from it. Gradually, the person will be able to know his true identity once he reaches a certain...
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  • The Great Gatsby: Analyzing the Color Blue
    As seen on the last page of the book, it's seen that Nick is observing to the fact that Gastsby "had come a long way to this blue lawn..." Seeing as how Gatsby is connected to this "blue lawn". You can connect the blue lawn back to Gatsby and his house which can connect to the parties in his home. (pg. 39 - a majority, if not, all of chapter 3) the parties in Gatsby's house were not real in the sense that it wasn't just a normal party. People go to Gatsby's house to escape from their realities...
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  • Morning: Blue and Bright Yellow Sun
    It was a bright, hot and early morning in Paris, as the sun was rising on the first day of summer. The bright yellow sun was staring alongside of the Eiffel tower, caused a large living creature over the path, roads and the water, making every building in its way almost a black. The shadow that cast over the water created a transparent image of the Eiffel tower, which almost looked fake, it was so beautiful. The sky was filled with a mixture of red, orange and the strong, bright yellow light, no...
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  • A Rhetorical Analysis on ‘Blue period series’ By Pablo Picasso
    ‘From work to text’ by Rolland Barthes gives an initiative to look at a piece of writing, photograph, literature piece, painting, sculpture et cetera from a different way, in which the piece is analyzed as a work and as a text. Simply to state, something is ‘a work’ if it is concrete and occupies some space in book (in a library for an instance). It is a finished and countable object. And a text on the other hand is a “methodological field, which is only experienced only when working on it, in...
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  • Artist Sandy Skoglund - 1305 Words
    Historical Artist – Sandy Skoglund Admittedly so, I knew nothing of Sandy Skoglund or anything about her work. Learning that she was a professor of art really meant nothing to me. Until I looked at her work and how she created it all I had no interest. I learned that Sandy spends 6 months to a year to create her backgrounds. Only then feel her work is ready to allow her models the opportunity to pose for her. In the background she uses, she often uses food because she feels it is what...
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  • Scenes from Late Paradise: Stupidity
    Scenes from Late Paradise: Stupidity At the San Jose Museum of Art in northern California people from all over the Bay area can come and view hundred of beautiful artwork. The San Jose museum of Art is made up of seven galleries. At the entrance of the museum there is an arcade and the admissions booth. The first floor has one very large gallery, which is called the North gallery. On the first floor you will find the Education center, restrooms, the museums store and the museum café. Also you...
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  • Museum Visit Reflection Paper
    Duaa Abdulilah Art 104 Prof. Erickson Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 Museum Visit Reflection Paper Going for the first time to the M.H. de Young Museum, in San Francisco was a wonderful experience for me. I learned about and saw amazing art that I had never seen before. It was a whole different feeling walking into the museum; everything looked so beautiful and different from what I was expecting to see. The three pieces of art that caught my eye as soon as I looked at them were the First...
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  • Food Lab: Testing for Protein, Starch or Sugar
    FOOD LAB Title Food Lab Abstract The aim of this report is to see if the any of the four food apple sauce, carrot juice, cracker juice, and turkey juice contain protein, starch, or sugar. Between these four foods two are positive for sugar which are apple sauce and carrot juice. Sugar is an organic molecule of carbohydrate and so is starch. The starch was positive in two of the foods which are cracker juice and carrot juice. Protein is its own organic molecule and only one food tested...
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  • My Favorite Place to Visite
    Ashae Lewis October 1, 2012 J. Stern English 090 My favorite place to visit in the summer is Panama City, Florida because the beaches are relaxing, the weather is amazing, and there a lot to do. Firstly, Panama has the most relaxing beaches; the water is greenish blue colors that can help people clear there their mind of any stress. For example, when I am in Panama I have less worries then when I’m in New Orleans, I don’t have to worry about any crimes, school, or work the beaches help...
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  • Is It the Kingfisher - 509 Words
    “Is it the Kingfisher?” by Marjorie Evasco for me is about a person who is spiritually praying and found herself in peace by observing the greatness beauty of the island where she was on. I also come up with the idea that she think that God was a kingfisher and she describe God as blue as the kingfishers color, this made me think that it is one of the reason why is it entitled “Is it the Kingfisher?” . The good thing about this poem of M. Evasco “Is it the Kingfisher?” it is simply written in...
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  • To Show Your True Colors
    Rebekah Phillips To Show Your True Colors… In “Paul’s Case” by Willa Cather, symbolism is intricately used to expose the psychological levels of Paul’s psyche. The colors we find throughout the story are used to symbolize the different aspects of his personality, such as his hate for the society he lives in, his dream world, his rebellious spirit, and despair for his condition that ultimately leads to his death. Yellow, blue, red, and black are colors that Cather uses to depict her...
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  • The Beach: an Always Relaxing Getaway
    My home is and will always be Sarteneja Village, no matter where I reside. The only thought of Sarteneja brings back so many memories to me – my family, my friends, but most of all, the beach. Sarteneja has one of the best beaches our country Belize can have. The most peaceful and panoramic place one could long to be is the wonderful beach found in Sarteneja Village. This beach has something special which up to today, just the thought of it makes me be with nature and feel in peace. I would...
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  • 358 Color Family Chart2
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  • Lab Report - 885 Words
    LAB REPORT Introduction All living things contain organic molecules such as lipids, carbohydrates, proteins and acids. In order to detect the presence of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids we have to do experiments. The Iodine test is used to detect the presence of carbohydrates. This test is used to distinguish starch (polysaccharide) from carbohydrates. Reaction between starch and Iodine produce a dark grey, black color and it means that the test is positive. A yellow color means that...
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  • A Wonderful Place to Visit - 302 Words
    White sand rolls into the bluish green water, creating the peaceful and calming atmosphere that this beach is known for. During the day, the sky is a beautiful blue, the sun shining through, it's rays beaming down on everyone soaking up it's environment, and the sun's persistence making it impossible to forget it is there. Not a cloud in the sky, the light blue illuminates the sun in the most perfect way, reflecting it off the water to bring together the best of both worlds. Standing on that...
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  • The Scream Anaylsis - 365 Words
    The Scream Edvard Munch created the painting from a particular event in his life. Edvard was walking with two friends during a sunset when suddenly he describes the sky turning blood red. He grabbed hold of a hand rail and began to have a panic attack. He sensed a great, infinite scream pass through his nature. This is where he came up with the idea for the painting “The Scram.” The painting consists of many wavy, heavy thick lines. The wavy lines convey that the person in the painting...
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  • Image and Sound - 1363 Words
    J. Howard Miller produced the “We Can Do It” poster in 1943, during World War II, as propaganda for woman in America. For century’s woman were perceived as weaker than men, this poster started to press into ideas of feminism as it introduced the concept that men and woman could do the same things. The image evokes connotations of patriotism, masculinity, and strength. The poster is clearly targeted to the housewife demographic of America and collects its persuasion from empathy towards their...
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  • Isthar Gate Art Analysis
    The Ishtar Gate is a monument of tremendous value from the Neo-Babylonian and Persian period. It was built during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II around 575BCE. The gate is located at the end of one of the world's first streets, Processional Way. In addition, through the Processional Way, the gate also guarded the northern entrance to the city of Babylon. The gate is made of mud brick, surfaced with glazed clay bricks of a very deep blue color. However, the gate is decorated and inlaid...
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  • Audrey00 - 852 Words
    Sample Paper #1 [Student Name] [Assignment Name] [Date] [Instructor’s Name] Details of Renaissance Paintings (Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1482) (1984) by Andy Warhol acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen Viewed at Arkansas Arts Center Andy Warhol exhibition (October 28, 2008) A Modern Venus Andy Warhol’s piece titled Details of Renaissance Paintings (Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1482) represents the face of the goddess Venus. This piece was made in 1984 as a depiction of...
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  • Does the Color of Paint Deter Insects
    Will The Color Of Paint Deter Insects Biology SCIE206-1202B-25 Prof Brener Karen Marino 4/22/12 Introduction: Is it possible that paint is capable of insect control? Determine if painting the ceiling of a porch sky blue will fool wasps into thinking it is the sky and keep them from building nests under the eaves or on the ceiling? Hypothesis: By painting the inside roof of the porch sky blue we can prevent wasp from making a nest in the eaves of the porch. Prediction: If...
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  • This is an analysise on a Paul Nash painting called "Landscape from a Dream".
    A Dream World Imagine walking along the dark shale cliffs of the English coast. Down below the waves crash upon the cliffs creating a soothing wish wash of sound. The rays from a sunset cast shadows that stretch out before you. A bird takes flight enjoying the thermals that the days heat has brought. Everything feels perfect. The temperature feels not one degree too hot. The wind whooshes gently and soothingly. The sounds blend together to create a melody of music. The salty smell of the ocean...
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  • Lab Report on Starch In leaves
    Lab report Aim : To check the presence of starch in the leaves Hypothesis : the presence of starch can be detected if the specimen turns black blue after iodine solution. Materials : 1) Green leaves 2) Wire gauze 3) Iodine solution 4) Forceps 5) Specula 6) Bunsen’s burner 7) Test tube 8) Water 9) Tile 10) tripod stand 11) glass 12) slide 13) dropper 14) water 15) water bath Procedure: collect dark green leaves (as leaves contain starch) take a water bath and let it...
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  • Descriptive Essay the Beach - 783 Words
    Just Like a Dream The place where I feel most comfortable is a place where I am calm. A place that is peaceful where I can go to escape all the pressures and worries of life. It is the place to go to soothe away all my problems and troubles in times of stress. It is the one place where I could sit forever, and never get tired of just staring into the deepest blue I have ever seen. It is the place where I can sit and think the easiest. A place where nothing matters but what is in that...
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  • The Sunset - 661 Words
    The sunset A sunset... The first impression of it is a beautiful and mystifying creation of the nature that leaves a great image in people?s minds; however, sometimes those images can associate with an opposite feeling like tiredness and anger. It was in the afternoon, around four; I was sitting on the beach, looking at the sea and the sun, and waiting for my friend. I enjoyed looking into the horizon of the sea where the sky and the water were merging together, how the waves were covering each...
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  • Observation of Chemical Change - 1072 Words
    Laboratory Report Title: Observation of Chemical Change Course: General College Chemistry Purpose This experiment examines the reactions of common chemical s contained in consumer products. The purpose is to observe the macroscopic changes that these chemicals undergo. The goals of the experiment observe properties of chemical reactions and to associate chemical properties with household products. Procedure We do not have the ability to see with a naked eye individual atoms and...
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  • Identifying Unknown Ions and Cations
    Objective: To successfully separate and identify all three unknown cations, found in a mixture and belonging to one of two specific groups (2 from one and 1 from the other). In order to do this we will be using various tests and reactions and observing the effect they had on our solution. Materials: Pasteur pipets Bunsen Burners Stirring rods Excess reagents Hot plates Sample QA unknown 101-5.7 Table of steps and observations: Step/Test |Observation |Inference |...
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  • Observations of Chemical Changes - 852 Words
    Data Tables: Part 1: |Chemicals|Well No.|Observations of the Reaction| A.|NaHCO3 + HCl||Bubbling in center of droplets. Homogeneous| B.|HCl + BTB||Turns yellow immediately after contact. Homogeneous| C.|NH3 + BTB||Turned dark blue. Homogeneous| D.|HCl + blue dye||Solution turns green immediately after contact. Homogeneous| E.|Blue dye + NaOCl||Stays blue. Homogeneous| | with the 1 drop of HCl||Mixes and turns a bluish green color. Homogeneous| F.|NaOCl + KI||Slightly yellowish tint to...
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  • why girls like pink color
    Generally it is believed that girls like pink color and boys prefer blue color over others. But if one closely examines this concept (or misconception!), one realizes that it is not true. It is not that girls are genetically programmed to like pink. Then why this mass belief that girls like pink? Actually all this is a market gimmick which has been so strongly reinforced on our mindsets through aggressive marketing of products that we have begun to belief that girls like pink and boys like...
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  • Analysis of Claude-Oscar Monet's Mouth of the Seine at Honfleur
    In this project Group 7 examined the seascape through formal elements in Claude-Oscar Monet's Mouth of the Seine at Honfleur. It is oil on canvas seascape painting from 1865. The depiction of the light from the sky, in the form of the color blue, is the dominant formal element that catches our attention at first sight of this image. The intention is to also describe the white sailboat in the background with the seagulls flying around it because it catches the eye second. The painter, Monet, uses...
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  • Comforts of Home Notes - 444 Words
    The Comforts of Home Character Description ¡V Sarah Ham: „± ¡§Nymphomaniac¡¨ Pg. 117 „± ¡§¡Konly nineteen years old.¡¨ Pg. 119 „± ¡§Congenital liar.¡¨ Pg. 121 „± ¡§Her hair was cut like a dog¡¦s or an elf¡¦s and she was dressed in the latest fashion.¡¨ Pg. 122 Thomas: „± ¡§It was the first time in his thirty-five years¡K¡¨ Pg. 116 „± ¡§Thomas loved his mother.¡¨ Pg. 118 „± ¡§Thomas had inherited his father¡¦s reason with his ruthlessness and his mother¡¦s love of good without...
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  • How the Color of the Rainbow Came to Be
    Alexis Fredericks Hour 2 A.P. prep English Rough Draft #5 How the colors of the rainbow came to be…. There once was a village way up in the sky filled with grownups and children who knew how to fly.They were happy and magical and just full of glee and lucky for us they made the rainbow come to be. RED One day Sally was eating a red popsicle and the sun was so hot the drops would not stop. They lingered in the sky and fell down just so, that they formed an arch we know as the very first...
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  • My Hike to Cheyenne Mountain
    My Hike at Cheyenne Mountain One of my favorite activities to do before starting my day on the weekends is to take a hike in Cheyenne Mountain. My mind will clear, and it helps me prepare for whatever may happen during that day. It makes me appreciate the simple elements in life a lot more. Hiking in the mountain during the early hours opens up opportunities to see different scenes and portraits and open my mind to a new perspective of the wilderness. Entering the trail, a...
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  • Creative Writing - 2195 Words
    People think I'm crazy because I see lights. I've seen them all my life. Strange, multicoloured patches of light swirling through the air. The patches are different sizes, some as small as a coin, others as big as a cereal box. All sorts of shapes - octagons, triangles, decagons. Some have thirty or forty sides. I don't know the name for a forty-sided shape. Quadradecagon? No circles. All of the patches have at least two straight edges. There are a few with curves or semi-circular bulges,...
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  • Lab Aerobic And Anaerobic Metabolism
     BIOL 1F90 Experiment #2 Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism Caleb Coolen 5407754 Lab Section 21 Experiment Performed: October 10, 2013 Lab Partners: John Elgersma, Sandra-Lynn Plourde & Taylor Spratt Abstract: Materials and Methods: Methods and materials used in this experiment can be found in the BIOL 1F90 Laboratory Manual (Martin, 2013), Experiment # 1, pages 2-5. Results: Table 1: Culture Sample Chromatography Rf Values Sample of Spot Distance from Origin (mm) Solvent...
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  • Analysis of Gapfit Ad - 476 Words
    Analysis of GAPFit Ad/Silvana Arroyo ______________________________________________________________________________ To: Ivanna Rightwell From: Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Date: 18 June 2013 Subject: Analysis ad for GapFit fitness clothing Purpose: GapFit is targeting the self-conscience consumer, by preying on a woman’s insecurities. GAPFit’s goal is to make a woman feel unattractive and weak. Women will feel empowered, confident and more beautiful by wearing GapFit gear....
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  • Descriptive Paragraph - 1077 Words
    SUDDEN TURN OF EVENTS Those cruel words had dug right into my heart, as if someone had stabbed me at that moment. Her eyes were frosty deep blue, she had blond hair the smell of divine cherry, and her perfume of sweet vanilla. As I walked away from her you could hear the creeks of the floor as I took each step down that colorless hall. When I entered our room; I could almost remember every single one of our happiest moments. As I started to weep silently I got out one of the traveling bags...
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  • Identification of Some Macromolecules - 1158 Words
    | IDENTIFICATION OF SOME MACROMOLECULES | | INTRODUCTION Dehydration-synthesis is a reaction that occurs to form different types of macromolecules. It is a reaction that leaves a macromolecule structure along the lines of developing its own specific function in a living organism. The 4 most common ones are carbohydrates which includes monosaccharides and polysaccharides, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids (Mack 2012). Scientists identify different types of macromolecules to achieve...
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  • Descriptive Writing- a description of three situations using the five senses.
    Beach on a sunny day. The blazing sun beats down on the smooth, weathered rocks of the cliff side. The crisp seaweed pushed onto the rocks by the waves, lay baking at the sea's edge, occasionally moving with the tide. The clear blue sea's waves rattle the tiny pebbles embedded in the golden sand. The foam from the waves cover a small child's forgotten sandcastle, bringing it down with a dull crash. The high tide pushes back the crowd of people to the beach's edge. Ice cream stalls and candy...
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  • Color Essay - 488 Words
    John Pamintuan 3-2-13 Pd 6 Favorite Color Essay With all the beautiful colors out there, I have to say that my favorite color is blue. Blue symbolizes loyalty that is why it is preferred to wear a blue tie or dress during a job interview and also the reason cops have blue uniforms. This color is present everywhere through the infinite deep sky and ocean releasing a peaceful vibe, which you can’t help but relax. It has a wavelength of about 470 nm, third shortest after indigo and violet....
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  • Le Chat Lab Report
    Applications of Le Châtelier's Principle (September 11 - 15, 2014) **The purpose of this experiment was to visually observe the effects of how changing certain aspects of the reaction affected the observed equilibrium. PROCEDURE: Introductory activity Part A: Effect of Concentration: Two different temperature water baths were created, one at 65-70oC, the other ice, and set aside for Part B. 20 mL of potassium thiocyanate solution were poured into a petri dish. The initial color and all...
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  • Description of an Idyllic Place - 604 Words
    I look out and around me, a vast valley longing to be explored. It was a denim blue morning when I came to this glorious place. The sky was so clear and pale with clouds so white and clean. The sun wore a large smile and the grass was greener than ever. Humming fish welcomed me with their mellifluent and melodious voices. A rainbow was prolonged across the land and it had the brightest colours of blue, yellow, pink, and orange. The aroma was breath taking as I took...
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  • Chemistry IA - 1433 Words
    Group 4 Internal Assessment Partners: Bhavya and Katherine Research question: Does the concentration (mol dm3) of sulphur dioxide in wine rise or fall when exposed to air for different time periods (0, 75,150,225, 300 minutes)? Purpose: Many adults enjoy the consumption of wine but are not aware of the different preservatives and chemicals that are added to the drink. Sulphur Dioxide, which is added to many food products including wine because it acts as a reductant, is ‘well known as a...
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  • My Typical Morning - 331 Words
    The jarring shrieks of my alarm ricochet through cobalt blue coated walls, stirring my consciousness into an alert state. It is indeed ten o’clock on a blistering summer Tuesday; the distant whistling of sparrows can be heard outside along with the soft humming of cars passing our refined uptown street. My ears examine the house; it is quiet – hardly a sound other than the clinking of tags as our four-legged children traverse through the living room. Never wanting to leave my lax position I...
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  • Tall Tales of the Mekung Delta
    When they first meet, the protagonist thinks that she doesn’t “know why she bothered talking to him” (Para. 25). Why does she talk to Lenny? When they first meet, the protagonist thinks that she doesn’t know why she bothered talking to him because Lenny represents addiction in her life, she saw him as undesirable and unattractive which is how she viewed drugs after being sober for sober for five months. “He was short, fat, pale. He had bad teeth. His hair was dirty”, this line is...
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  • Description of My Room - 378 Words
    Well, there is not much to say about my small (7 m2) room. When you go in, first what is visible is a big window and the nice scenery outside with many trees and a kindergarten full of children during spring and summer. You could feel the calming atmosphere of this small space because of the light blue colour, that reminds of light blue sky , which is quite relaxing. On the ceiling there are phosphorescent stars and the moon , so at night it is even more psychodelic. There is a nice, white big...
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  • My Grandfathers Boat - 987 Words
    Jason D’Anjou Professor Joshua D ENGL 099 10/1/12 Grandfather’s Boat A long time ago, when I was twelve years old, I remember my grandfather coming by the house, and he had a boat with him. I was amazed, for me it was the coolest thing. I was eating my lunch when he came to the house. At first he didn’t say anything because he was trying to keep it a secret, I guess....
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  • Soundtrack to My Life Essay
    This essay is requiring me to have at least 250 words to upload so I’m just going to put a whole bunch of random words until I have 250. All I want to do read an essay so I can get some ideas for my essay. Also did you know gonna is not a real word it’s actually going to. I just learned that like two minutes ago. And I’m listening to skrillex dang I just looked to see how many words I have and I only had like 73 because obviously I’m going to have more since well there’s more words. I wonder how...
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  • Enzyme Lab Report - 1802 Words
    Danny Fish 10/9/11 Chemical Testing To identify An Unknown The hypothesis tested was that depending on the solution presented, which would test positive for one of the following, proteins, carbohydrates, or lipids through use of chemical testing. (Sudan IV, Benedicts’ Solution, Iodine, Biuret’s) . In order to gain more information for the hypothesis, one must know how to test for said macromolecule. Each of the above stated molecules has their own individual solution that will in turn...
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