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  • life being a swimmer - 898 Words
    My Life of Being A Swimmer I will never forget the feeling of winning my first gold medal in swimming when I was eight. The moment when my coach and my parents were very proud of me, and I was proud of myself. I will never forget the excitement and contentment for taking part in the Olympic Time Trial last year. When I've worked hard for something and I've got the best I can out of myself on that day, that's where I get satisfaction from. Swimming is not just a sport to me. It...
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  • Memorable Experience in My Life
    An Memorable Experience in My Life   My mom used to say that I was born to swim. But the truth is that I didn’t know how to swim until the last year of my primary school!   Mom always said that I could swim in the basin when I was only two months old. I was surprised at the amazing fact. If this was true, then why was I afraid of water? I went to swim every summer, but I didn’t make a little progress. I was worried and blamed myself several times. When I watched people swimming freely, how I...
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  • Childhood Essay - 343 Words
    Childhood memories Thinking about my childhood, makes me feel like I want to go back and to watch me while I was doing unexpected crazy actions, it was the funniest days ever. My childhood, sometimes it makes me laugh other times I really cry. Remembering some crazy actions that I’ve done , like jumping in the deepest part of the swimming pool while I didn’t know how to swim yet, they rescued me but, I wasn’t scared, that really makes me laugh when I remember such an action. One...
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  • bachelor of business administration - 475 Words
    MARKETING MANAGEMENT MEMBERS OF GROUP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. : CHRISTO EMAN LUKE TAKAENDENGAN ANDREAS MOKODASER GERALD SENGKE SANDHY ACHMAD INDIRA PATONE Marketing Plan I. Business Mission Our sports center gave us the name "BaSuar" sport center. "BaSuar" is a word in Manado, which means sweating. we chose this name because we think all sports activities will produce sweat which is useful for body health and wellness. sports center not only provides a variety of...
    475 Words | 5 Pages
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  • My Impressive Birthday Party
    My Impressive Birthday Party Ever since I got into my university three years ago, my family and I didn’t have much chance to spend time together because everyone was so busy with their own schedule. So last year, we all decided to go uptown to celebrate my birthday there. We chose to go to Suratthani because it was our favorite place. We left our house late in the evening on one hot summer day in April. Because of the very hot weather, we brought our hats, our sun block, and never to forget,...
    492 Words | 2 Pages
  • Chiki Nana - 251 Words
    The aim of this report is to examine the reasons why students are reluctant to take part in competitive sports and to make recommendations for ways of encouraging more students to participate. Most young people enjoy team sports because they are a social event. They like playing with friends and are less interested in open competition. They are keen on fitness and training in the gym, but some are totally uninterested in sport. It also appears that although many enjoyed activities like...
    251 Words | 1 Page
  • The Differences Between Swimming in a Pool and Swimming at the Beach
    Farrukh Aliyev English 08 The Differences between Swimming in a Pool and Swimming at the Beach During the hot days in summer, there is nothing better than a refreshing swim. But it is crucial to decide where people want to swim. Some people prefer swimming in a pool however, others want to swim at the beach. Anyway, swimming in a pool and at the beach has many differences. For instance, the environment is different. Of course, a swimming pool is smaller than any sea. But when feel...
    480 Words | 2 Pages
  • How to Write with Style
    “Me Talk Pretty One Day” David Sedaris is an essayist whose work has been published in various outlets, as well as in radio. This particular essay comes from his collection, “Me Talk Pretty One Day”. This essay recounts Sedaris and his feelings about returning to school to study the French Language. He takes himself out of his comfort zone and moves to Paris in hopes that this will help him learn the language better. On his first day he recalls being quite uncomfortable and feels to...
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  • Learning to Swim - 794 Words
    Learning to Swim Abstract This research paper is about learning to swim well, and it includes some important recommendations and warnings about swimming. Learning how to swim or improving swimming technique can in fact be an enjoyable experience. This research specifies step by step how to swim without any problem. People will learn that by practicing progressive swimming exercises with the proper mindset they can learn each swimming stroke step by step, quickly and have fun. The important...
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  • Sports as a Motif in a Seperate Peace
    Athletics is a motif in A Separate Peace by John Knowles. Sports represent the competition Gene has with Finny and Finny's character. It keeps the competitive aspect in the story and the theme of jealousy. Finny does not enjoy the competitive nature of sports, but he likes the exercise and skill needed to play them. When he creates Blitzball, Gene says, "He (Finny) had unconsciously invented a game which brought his own athletic gifts to their highest pitch" (39). This proves Finny wants sports...
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  • Swimmer - 738 Words
    “The Swimmer” Contemporary literature has many themes. One can generalize Contemporary Literature as a mixture of nostalgia and unhappiness. John Cheever’s “The Swimmer”, symbolically demonstrates the repression of unaccepted memories and the inability to come face to face with reality with swimming pools and climate change. Cheever applied the swimming pools in the story to portray the time being passed. In “a long swim might enlarge and celebrate its beauty… …The swim was too much for his...
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  • The Swimming Pool - 763 Words
    In the middle of summer the heat was so miserable that our family had decided to go and cool off at the local swimming pool. It was so hot that day, when you stepped outside you instantly felt the heat and started to drip sweat. The sun was so hot you could feel the heat on your skin trying to turn it red. When we got to the swimming pool you could hear the children laughing and splashing in the water. You could smell the chlorine in the water from the parking lot. Walking up to the red brick...
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  • Sport in Our Life - 325 Words
    Millions of people all over the world are fond of sports and games. Sport is very important in our life. There are many proverbs about sports and health. For example: « Health is above wealth » and « A healthy mind in a healthy body ». Sport is popular with children and grown-ups because it helps us to keep fit, look slim, be cheerful, active and disciplined. It makes our body flexible and increases blood circulation. There is a great number of sports facilities in Moscow ( stadiums,...
    325 Words | 1 Page
  • sports development - 1234 Words
    Task 1 – The Sports Development Continuum Learner: Nick Cockerill P1 – Describe three examples of the sports development continuum, from three different sports. M1 – Compare and contrast three examples of sports development continuum, from three different sports, identifying strengths and areas for improvement. Sport: Football . Foundation: Football is the most popular sport not only in Britain but worldwide. The amount of publicity and coverage in the press and on mainstream...
    1,234 Words | 4 Pages
  • Learning to Swim for the First Time
    Learning To Swim For the First Time Swimming is one of my favorite sports. Swimming is one of the best pastimes that people have Learning how to swim is indeed very exciting. People said to be much easier when teaching a young child under the age of five. Swimming is exciting, good experience and good for health. First of all, swimming is exciting for several reasons. Swimming is exciting because it is completely different from any other sports out there. Swimming is also exciting because...
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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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  • Essay on Swimming - 1572 Words
    Sylvia Sarisly. I love swimming. April 1, 2009 Finally the warm days are here! Waiting for them meant an eternity for me, because I love swimming, but I don’t like to swim in the cold weather, and finding a pool, big enough for lap swimming, that is really WARM – 80 degrees at least- is very hard to find. Here in California, just few pools have warm (more then 80 degrees) water, and needles to say, the beach is a fridge-cold water place for me. I go to enjoy the sun, but nothing like the...
    1,572 Words | 4 Pages
  • HR SUM - 1768 Words
    The First Day Experience of Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator (AI) CS6 is on-screen designing software which looks simple but when it comes to using it to create a design, you lose interest in no time. However, I was patient and most importantly determined to do what I have been assigned to do. On 14th October, 2013 I started off with unimaginable excitement that I will learn the basics of AI but there were few problems I encountered in my first experience of using Adobe Illustrator...
    1,768 Words | 6 Pages
  • Embarrasing Moment - 325 Words
    My most embarrassing moment I consider myself to be one who doesn't easily get embarrassed, but one of my most embarrassing moments happened this past summer. It all started when a few friends of mine decided that since it was incredibly hot out that summer day, that we should all go down to Tubbs hill for a swim. I’m not sure if you realize how busy downtown is during mid-summer season, but understand it’s almost always completely jammed full of people trying to fight off the blistering...
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  • My Favorite Hobby - 264 Words
    My Favourite hobbies [pic] My favourite hobbies are swimming and fishing. They are sports. I like swimming because this can make me strong and I love eating small fish so I like fishing. To start with, my first favourite hobby is swimming. I started doing this when I was seven years old. I go to the swimming pool or the sea to do this. I need to bring my swimming goggles and swimming suit, and I usually do it once a week. I do this with my friends and family. Second, my second...
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  • Essay - 261 Words
    Essay on sports Sport is one of the essential parts of a person's life. It helps us to not only gain good health but gives our lives interest, enthusiasm and excitement. Anyone who wants to play a sport needs to spend time practising. However, it’s said that there are many reasons for choosing either team sports or individual sports. To begin with, there are many people who like playing team sports like football, basketball and volleyball. Team sports usually contain at least two members in...
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  • Recommendation Letter - 388 Words
    To whom it may concern: It is with great pleasure that I am writing this letter of recommendation for XXX. I have known XXX for the past six years. Based on my experience with XXX, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that she is one of the most talented and hardworking students in our school. She is always willing to go the extra mile in order to take her work to the highest level. In her final year at school, she obtained the best results and awards in Book Keeping and Accounts...
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  • My Free Time.Sport - 611 Words
    My free time – holiday, rest, leisure and recreation What do you do in free (spare) time? What’s your favorite pursuit at leisure? First of all, I would like to say that I am fond of spending time with my family, relatives and friends. I am keen on communicating with them. I prefer healthy lifestyle and active forms of holiday, rest, relaxation, leisure and recreation such as: 1. going in for sports, tennis, la cross, badminton, swimming, volleyball, especially beach volley;...
    611 Words | 2 Pages
  • sport - 329 Words
    I'm very weak at writing. And I'm going to take Toefl so please help me to check this essay. And if possilbe, can you give me some ideas about the topic? I really need your help! Topic: Some people prefer to play team sports, while the others prefer to play individual sports. Discuss the advantages of each. Then indicate which you prefer and why. Sport is one of the essential parts in human beings’ life. It helps us to gain not only the good health but also the interesting, enthusiastic...
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  • Swimming pool medical expense deduction
    To: Diane M. Comi, J.D., LL.M. From: Sam Smith Date: September 14, 2014 Re: Medical Expense Deduction under IRC 213 for Swimming Pool FACTS The taxpayer, Susan, suffers from severe osteoarthritis in both knees and has a hard time living comfortably. Susan has taken many precautions to better her health including: cortisone injections, painkillers, physical therapy, and arthroscopic surgery. Being that this is a hereditary disease, the doctors predict that it’s only going to get worse. The key...
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  • Should Animals Be Used for Scientific Research
     SPORTS ACTIVITIES Sports is an activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively. Sports commonly refer to activities where the physical capabilities of the competitor are the sole or primary determinant of the outcome (winning or losing). Sports are most often played just for fun or for the simple fact that people need exercise to stay in...
    548 Words | 2 Pages
  • Water Polo- This I Believe
    This I Believe Though I live on land, I only feel at home in the water. Some people think that swimming is just a sport, but for some people, it is a way of life for those people who are willing to work hard enough on it. Not only has swimming given me something to do, it has given me loads of friends. I believe in hard work. My ability to swim also got me a job as a lifeguard, which is the best job that I could hope for. All that I have to do is sit in a chair and watch kids swim for a...
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  • Enjoyable Weekend - 444 Words
    In Malaysia, there are many interesting places to visit such as Pantai Santubong, Sarawak Culture Village. Gunung Kinabalu, A’Famosa, Genting Highland, Pulau Pinang, Pulau Langkawi and many more. We can spend our holiday at one of the places to release our stress, spending time with our family or even to relax our mind from our busy life. It took us about one hour to go the by flight. Before we get our rent car at the, I took many interesting brochure at the Langkawi Airport . My family and...
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  • Swimming Pool - 456 Words
    As we saw previously, the water in a swimming pool needs to circulate through a filtration system to remove dirt and debris. During normal operation, water flows to the filtration system through the main drains at the bottom of the pool and the skimmers around the top of the pool. Minimum 70% of the water should be taken through the skimmers. New European requirements are 100% if water is injected from bottom inlets. Diagram of a swimming pool system The main drains are usually located on...
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  • Stories for ESL speech contest
    Learning to Swim Well i never learned to swim properly during our swimming classes in primary school. I think it was because i spent too much time just goofing around in the water and i had this idea about treading water. I imagined my legs and feet should be close together when i ran them in circles so i would float around the water in a very straight and vertical position. I imagined i would look like a genie from a magic lamp. Naturally that didn't work out. I went on from primary school and...
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  • Paradiso Beach Resort - 120 Words
    Paradiso Beach Resort Packages and Rates Entrance Fee P35.00 per head Room Type or Capacity Peak Season or Public Holidays Lean Seasons or Week Days Lean Seasons or Week Ends Standard / 2Pax P 2, 200.00 TBA TBA Family / 4Pax P 2, 750.00 TBA TBA Cottage / 4Pax P 4, 400.00 TBA TBA Cottage Deluxe / 4Pax P 4, 950.00 TBA TBA ** Extra Bed: P100.00 ** Excess Person: P350.00 Swimming Pool (per head) Day Swimming Night Swimming Adult (over 12 years old) P 120.00 Children (3-12 years old) P 80.00 ...
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  • Sports Club University - 547 Words
    Sports are an integral part of the extracurricular activities at UCP. Some highlights of the sports agenda include league tournaments of badminton, basketball, cricket, hockey, soccer, table tennis. Apart from on campus activities, students take an active part in inter-collegiate tournaments such as Cricket, Badminton, Tug-of-War, Table Tennis and other physical activities. For this purpose Ucp sports complex was made. Ucp Sports complex is one of the most amazing place in the university....
    547 Words | 2 Pages
  • Sport as Solvation to Reduce Stress
    Stress can be reduced by playing sport Stress is generally known as a reaction, or a natural system defender. In mostly recognized situations, stress can be annoying, disturbing, and the detach from activity. Most of our generation tends to work, and the same amount works in the service industry. We do not however realize how much, or how long per week we should work. Usually the working hours combines between 35hpw and 45hpw, but in many cases this is the rule which just the contract...
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  • Example of school report for facilities
    Dear Sir, I am writing regarding an article published in your magazine last week entitiled ...... I strongly disagree with the writer for a number of reasons. Firstly, as Socrates wrote, work makes the man. However, in Plato's Dialectics he argued that, on the contrary, one must have sufficient rest to Secondly, I believe that we need to 'recharge our batteries' in order to have the energy to work efficiently. For example, as an IB student I have so much work to do with CAS, ToK, Extended...
    443 Words | 2 Pages
  • Sports and healthy way of life.
    Sport is very important in our life. It is popular among young and old people. Many people do morning exercises, jog in the morning, train themselves in clubs, in different sections and take part in sport competitions. Other people like sports too, but they only watch sports games, listen to sports news. They prefer reading interesting stories about sportsmen. But they don't go in for sports. Physical training is an important subject at school. Pupils have got physical training lessons twice a...
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  • With Each Moment, Comes Great Triumph.
    It is inherent to say that each of us refers back to memories of our childhood to reminisce in the awkward, comical and daunting experiences and discover parallelisms to our present existence. Rohinton Mistry writes of the parallel fears of water and swimming from childhood to adulthood and of overcoming, slowly but surely, a seemingly trivial act. The imagery and memory of water, specifically, is a key theme throughout the story. Mistry writes of the symbolism and meaning of water for the...
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  • Linkers of contrast - 324 Words
    Complete the sentences using the words given. 1) She had known him a long time but she didn’t recognize him last night. (HOWEVER) 2) I waved and shouted but I couldn’t attract the waiter’s attention. (SPITE) 3) We know the city well but we got lost on the way to the castle. (DESPITE) 4) She was very tired but she couldn’t get to sleep. (ALTHOUGH) 5) Rob had only seen Linda in a photo but he recognized her as soon as she got off the train. (HOWEVER) 6) She has an exam tomorrow morning...
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  • My Father - 514 Words
    Navid Dostzada April Smith English 101 ESl 22 August 2013 My father. First My father is the most influential person in my life. My father been in my life, from the day I first opened my eyes to the present moment. This person is the teacher a guide, and a source of strength and support. He is the one who I love and trust. I love my father because he has taken care of me since I was born. My father helped me with everything when I need his help. I cannot remember a person in my life...
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  • Special Place - 604 Words
    Ryan Dixon T&R 1:30-2:45 9/13/12 Special Place My grandparents’ house is a good sized house with a small front lawn with a golf course across the street. At any time throughout the day, you can hear the sound of golfers hitting the golf balls whether it is the ring of teeing off or the thump of a fairway shot. The exterior of the house is mostly red brick house with some lighter bricks and some black bricks on the bottom and half vinyl on the top. The house has black shingles on the...
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  • The Me Nobody Knows - 664 Words
    The Me No One Knows Hour 3 January 11, 2013 The Me No One Knows 4:30...
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  • Risks and Hazards - 649 Words
    In sport we are always faced with risks and hazards; some that we may not even be aware of…! What is a risk? A risk is linked to the chance of someone being harmed by a potential hazard. Risks are often categorised as how likely they are to happen. What is a hazard? A hazard is a potential factor where an individual can get hurt by. A hazard is grouped into 3: 1. Equipment 2. Environment 3. Personal Equipment When exercising an individual may possibly get hurt if they did...
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  • Njk;; L'Njnlk - 455 Words
    Coming into high school I was the shy, quiet, chubby kid who wasn’t very sure of himself. As a senior, I have changed dramatically from who I was then. One of my experiences that had the greatest impact on me was joining the swim team. Swimming competitively has helped me grow both physically and mentally. Joining the team helped me begin to socialize with kids I would normally never speak to and it helped me realize the importance of physical health. Coming into high school I wanted to get...
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  • Technology in Sports - 584 Words
    Technology has greatly changed sports. It has changed the training of athletes, what it means to be an athlete, the fan followings of different sports teams, and how you can follow your sports teams. More specifically in sports, the equipment used has greatly changed in almost all sports in some way. In football, the pads have become larger and more protective, the golf clubs used are more aerodynamic, and designed to drive the ball further, and even in swimming instead of using a speedo and a...
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  • Swimmer and Yellow Wallpaper - 632 Words
    Asim Soomro The Significant emotional changes in the Major Characters of “The Swimmer” and “The Yellow Wallpaper” Cheever’s “The Swimmer” and Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” use surrounding objects to bring about the major characters emotional deconstruction. “The Swimmer” portrays Neddy’s transition from a state of optimism to despondence through the use swimming pools. Neddy also views the swimming pools as a source of comfort, but at the same time encounters disconcerting ones. “The Yellow...
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  • My Favourite Sport Swimming
    My Favourite Sport Swimming Swimming has been my favourite sport since I was very small. I learnt to swim when I was just 5 years old. Swimming is a very popular sport; furthermore, it provides individuals with several physical and mental benefits. There are some reasons why swimming is popular. Firstly, swimming is a sport for all age groups; besides, it is a lifetime activity. People can learn to swim as young as 4 or 5 years old or as old as 60 or 70. All it takes is the right...
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  • Excursion Report - 2054 Words
    LYTS518 – Excursion to the Sports Facilities in Jyväskylä University of Jyväskylä Department of Sports Sciences Anna Katriina Salmikangas Sport Planning March 2010 Introduction The Jyväskylä day excursion offered an opportunity to visit and familiarize with various sport facilities in the Jyväskylä municipality and area. The excursion provided valuable information on the sport facilities and gave an insight to some of the physical activities engaged in by people around the area...
    2,054 Words | 7 Pages
  • Life of Pi - 701 Words
    Swimming in the Relaxation Venezuela has a lot of tourist places that people can fall in love easily. La Gran Sabana, Venezuela has many waterfalls, and exceeding great rocks called Tepuys, but there is a place in La Gran Sabana where many people do not know because is far away, people cannot take the car and they need to walk for hours to go there. However, when people see the place is like a paradise, the grandiose place is called The Natural Swimming Pool. This is not just a regular...
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  • Tanza Oasis - 300 Words
    Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort is Cavite’s only true resort destination, offering the perfect mix of exceptional resort accommodations, service, comfort and a classic Filipino hospitality. Just one hour away from busy life of Metro Manila, Discover a hotel that is modern as well as classically elegant. This Cavite resort offers the largest themed Swimming Pool in the area, that will cater adults and loved by the kids. Also, Tanza Oasis Hotel stands as the premier meeting center for...
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  • Tax Research - 454 Words
    Date: Nov. 19, 2014 Preparer: Karen Subject: Deductibility of Swimming Pool Cost Facts: Mr. Kirk has shortness of breath and wheezing due to lung disease. According to his doctor, Kirk decided to swim to strengthen his muscles and improve his ability to breath. However, Kirk didn’t find the fitness club which can fit his schedule. Therefore, he decided to build an enclosed swimming pool at home, costing $30,000 dollars and increasing the fair market value of his home by $25,000. Issue: Can Mr....
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  • The Swimmer - 712 Words
    Inevitable Passage of Time Within John Cheerver’s, The Swimmer we can learn a lot about life choices and priorities. Cheerver demonstrates the effect of social standing in the novel through the eyes of the main character Needy. Needy has let his social standing overpower him, which eventually leads him to a life without social activity. Cheerver effectively communicates his message to the reader by combining a wide variety of symbolism and excitement. Throughout the novel the author uses a...
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  • A Wealthy Donor - 446 Words
    A wealthy donor Dear wealthy donor, I am writing to you today to let you know of my opinion. i think that if you are planing to build a new facility of the young, it should be a swimming pool. This whole letter will talk about reasons why it should be a swimming pool. i could of chosen a theater which is nice, a skateboard park but not all kids know how to skate, or even the art school. but i know this is the best choice of picking the swimming pool. It should be a swimming pool...
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  • Expository essay - 390 Words
    Hey there Bob! It’s been a long time since we did not see each other. I’ve been missing the most kind and supportive of friend of mine. I heard that you and your family move here in our place. I hope to see you soon. By the way, since you just transferred maybe you are wondering how you’re going to spend your leisure time. I have new hobby which is very exciting and fun. You will surely enjoy and never regret transferring here with this hobby of mine. My hobby is swimming. Perhaps, you are...
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  • Learn English - 256 Words
    Name : Nguyen Cong Duy Class : AE2a A Happy Campus A happy campus is an interesting and happy place to study and relax. People feel comfortable when they come here. A happy city is well-designed and there are many good facilities. There are also many places for education environment. Many people come from over the world. People in a happy campus want to create a active environment. Although they may come from difference backgrounds, they are able to respect each other and share ideas. They...
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  • A Time That I Felt Proud Of Myself
    It was four weeks before my graduation, the day that my swimming test was appointed. I arrived at BMS Pool feeling really nervous; my heart picked up speed and I could feel my palms cold and sweaty. My aunt Jannel accompanied me because I could not imagine going there by myself. When we walked in, I saw no one was in the front desk, but across from the desk I could see the swimming pool, and my ears were greeted by splashes and squeals from a bunch of little kids taking a swimming lesson. They...
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  • Pest for Swimming Pool - 623 Words
    PEST Analysis A tool to determine a business standpoint in access of its challenges, opportunity, obstacles, and competitor which fully focus on the external environment. Political Factor Stable political situation in country creates a path to successful operation of a business. Political changes in sense of Government law enforcement give an impact in whatsoever business. Company requires more physical work which needs many workmen at job site to construct swimming pool. Government...
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  • Through the Tunnel - 393 Words
    Tanner Sack Mrs.Willett English I, Period 5 3 December 2012 Keeping Your Head in It Doris Lessing’s short story, “Through the Tunnel” teaches the reader that if you put your mind to something, you can achieve anything. The universal theme is revealed through the dynamic struggle of the protagonist and the vivid imagery of the setting. In the beginning of the story, Jerry meets the native boys, who show him the tunnel. The native boys see one of the older boys...
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  • Extreme Sports - 347 Words
    It is quite common these days for sport players in many countries to get injured during they are playing sports. People reckon this phenomenon is especially true when people play some relatively more violent and extreme sports. Although those sports court the excitement and challenge the utmost of human being which certainly cannot be brought by other common sport, but, still some conservative people advocate to ban this kind of sport. Those people who assert to ban dangerous sport in...
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  • Philosophy - 379 Words
    Are we born with knowledge? Are we born with knowledge? Of course we are. In this speech, I am going to argue about how ability is knowledge and what knowledge we have when we were younger. As a child, we have been brought up by our environment and culture. Without this, what knowledge would we have? Let’s say, the minute a child is born, and you throw this new born baby into a “swimming pool” or “water” it will immediately be able to swim or float. Now the question is, where did this baby...
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  • Medyas - 850 Words
    BENEFITS OF SWIMMING Introduction Swimming is an activity that burns lots of calories, is easy on the joints, supports your weight, builds muscular strength and endurance, improves cardiovascular fitness, cools you off and refreshes you in summer, and one that you can do safely into old age. By the 20th century, swimming had become mainstream. Indoor pools were beginning to appear, most towns with populations over 20,000 had public outdoor pools, and swimming clubs became increasingly...
    850 Words | 3 Pages
  • Descriptivie Essay - 606 Words
    Thesis: My favorite place is my grandmother’s house, and I like to be there every weekend. I. Description of my grandmother house. A) Large and big house. B) Gathering every weekend. II. Description of two gardens. A) First garden near the entrance. B) Second garden in front of sea side III. Description inside house. A) Mix between modern and classic. B) Two floors IV. Summer holidays A) Swimming at the pool and sea. B) Sleep at grandmother...
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  • Compulsory swimming Lessons Australia- Persuasive
    Do you know how to swim? Unfortunately 1 in 5 Australian children who graduate from primary school have never been taught to swim, and consequently are not prepared if faced with life threatening situations in the water. By introducing compulsory swimming lessons the Government of South Australia would be benefiting all primary school children by ensuring they obtain adequate water safety skills, whilst also encouraging physical activity and the development of social skills and self-confidence....
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  • Dystopian High Rise - 521 Words
    Dystopian High Rise The novel ‘High Rise’ written by J. G. Ballard focuses on a massive forty story apartment building that houses thousands of people. Anthony Royal, who is the architect of the apartment, designed the building with shops, a school, swimming pools, and enough space to accommodate an overwhelming amount of people. Ballard does not write the plot of ‘High Rise’ in an attempt to illustrate the urban possibilities of modern innovations or future novelties of our evolving...
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  • My Experience of Playing Sport
    My experiences of playing a sport Two years ago, I went to visit my relatives in Nha Trang and I tried playing scuba-diving. It was my wonderful experiences. First day, my cousin – a diving instructor of VietNam Dive Center (VinaDive) – invited me to take part in a scuba-diving tour. I thought it was a great idea and I was very interested. This was a chance of overcoming my fear of water. Next day, my cousin taught me about dive equipment, how to breathe and move underwater, basic skills and...
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