A Letter From Washington

#16: As George Washington, write a letter to Congress entitled “Why we won the war?” To the members of Congress: After a hard and rancorous combat, following bitter winters, hunger, injury, and illness, America may truly guarantee its independence from Great Britain. We have much and many to thank, for our success in the war and for our lives. It is paramount that we shoul...
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Wild Wacky West Africa

West Africa is a region of Africa that includes the countries Benin, Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria, Uganda, Ghana, and other smaller countries. West Africa is generally poor, but it’s filled with optimism. West Africa has it uniqueness, but is also similar to other parts of Africa and the World. West Africa is an amazing place filled with cultural experiences. The tribe of Bantu...
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Karmasing

Karmashing and I where the tightest best friends and nobody could split us apart like splitting bread into pieces. We had our ups and downs like any friend. We could always have each other’s back no matter what but this time I felt like I didn’t have her back and was failing her as a friend and trying so hard just to fail all over again I was trying everything. I...
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Facilitated Diffusion VS. Active Transport

Facilitated diffusion and active transport are two ways of moving materials across the cell membrane. These two types of transport have many similarities as well as differences. One similarity is in what is transported. In facilitated diffusion, ions, sugars, and salts are transported across the membrane. In active transport, ions, sugars, and salts are also transported. The...
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William Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily’: An Analysis

“We did not say she was crazy then. We believed she had to do that. We remembered all the young men her father had driven away, and we knew that with nothing left, she would have to cling to that which had robbed her, as people will” (Faulkner). William Faulkner is the author of “A Rose for Emily”. He was born in 1897 and died 1962. He grew up in Oxford, Mississippi and was ...
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Judging

I have always wonder why people always try to like people by their looks why not there personality. There could be the prettiest girl but have the worst personality and a not pretty with the best personality. It shouldn’t matter about their looks it should be about their personality. A lot of people judge them by it there cover. The assume that if there a ugly girl th...
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Readers Response Criticism

“Colonel Sartoris invented an involved tale to the effect that Miss Emily’s father had loaned money to the town, which the town, as a matter of business, preferred this way of repaying” (shmoop.com). William Faulkner was born in 1897, and raised by his family in the south near Oxford Mississippi. He was a member of the British and Canadian air force during his time, and...
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Effects of Overpopulation in the World

What would happen if the world was overpopulated? There would be more pollution. Also, there would probably most likely be more violence. The economy would be weak. Because of this, there would be more poverty and more poor families living literally in the streets. The reason and the cause of this are because there is going to be too many people around or in other words the w...
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Waiting

It’s hard to wait. Things sometimes can take a long time to come or to wait for something to happen, and you can wait for it, or you can try to do something to make it come faster. In the tv show “fuller house” two boys were waiting for dj to choose what boy she wants to date. They both waited for a very long time but both of the boys gave up and got new girlfriends. ...
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A Transcription Education

“An hour of TV class, an hour of basketball or baseball or running, another hour of transcription history or painting pictures, and more sports,we never ask questions, or at least most of us don’t; they just run the answer at you, bing, bing, bing, and us sitting there for four more hours of film teacher.” -Clarisse McClennan Fahrenheit 451 is a novel commonly read by high ...
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