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Essays on My Favourite Time Pass

  1. Fairy Tale
    ONCE UPON a time there lived a cat of marvellous beauty, with a skin as soft and shining as silk, and wise green eyes, that could see even in the dark. His name was Gon, and...
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  2. Prime Chaos By Phil Hine
    Walking Between The Worlds TECHNIQUES OF MODERN SHAMANISM VOL.1 PHIL HINE WALKING BETWEEN THE WORLDS Techniques of Modern Shamanism Volume One © Phil Hine 1986 First...
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  3. Model Answers
    GCSE ENGLISH/ GCSE LITERATURE 2003 MODEL ANSWERS & COMMENTARIES PUBLISHED BY LEWISHAM LITERACY TEAM APRIL 2003 CONTENTS PAGE Pg.3 How to use this booklet Pg...
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  4. Cultural History Of Britain
    Some definitions “Culture (from the Latin cultura stemming from colere, meaning ‘to cultivate’) generally refers to patterns (mód) of human...
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  5. Idioms
    ANIMALS If something is the bee's knees, it's outstanding or the A little bird told me best in its class. If someone doesn't want to say Beeline for where they got some...
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  6. Childhood Is Shortlived- Let Our Kids Enjoy!
    Gone are the days, when kids used to run around the way they want, eat whatever they felt like, sleep whenever they wanted….I always wonder, If we as children enjoyed our...
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  7. Woman Security
    Sec-498 A I.P.C. – Its Use And Misuse To start with first we have to look that what this word marriage means. ‘Marriage is the voluntary union for life of one man and one...
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  8. Begin To Be What You Will Be Hereafter
    Five books that changed my life Books are really great friends of ours. They give us basic knowledge of our life. Since olden times they have been the real partners of human...
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  9. Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story
    The story beings with Shah Jahan, known as Prince Khurram (Zulfikar Sayed) when he is about 19 years old. Khurram was Emperor Jahangir's (Arbaaz Ali) favourite son...
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  10. All Quiet On The Western Front
    to Duval are admirable, but they are absolutely false. As time passes, as he spends more time with the corpse of Duvalin the shell-hole, Baumer realizes...
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  11. The Problem Of Language In "All Quiet On The Western Front"
    but they are absolutely false. As time passes, as he spends more time with the corpse of Duval in the shell-hole, Baumer realizes that...
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  12. The Discovery And Controversy Over The First Use Of Surgical Anesthesi
    extracted teeth for them using nitrous oxide as an anesthetic.18 As time passed, Wells’ heath began to decline. He was struck with a sudden illness and...
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  13. Public
    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, “Public” means of, belonging to, or pertaining to the people as a whole. A public place or thing becomes available to all people who must share and support these places or things through taxes or...
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  14. Spanish Language & Culture
    Columbia, a republic in South America, is located in the northwest region of the continent. Its neighbors are Panama and The Caribbean Sea, also Venezuela and Brazil, to the south there’s Peru and Ecuador, and to the west there’s the Pacific...
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  15. Bessie Smith
    Known as the “Empress Of Blues”, Bessie Smith was said to have revolutionized the vocal end of Blues Music. She showed a lot of pride as an independent African-American woman. Her style in performance and lyrics often reflected her lifestyle...
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  16. Shawshank Redemption And Murder In The First
    Years ago, the world’s penal systems such as Alcatraz Penitentiary; (refer to Appendix A) were biased, corrupt and unjust. Today if such a system existed and was identified there would be immediate action. ‘Murder in the First’ and ‘The...
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  17. Scarlet Letter - Pearl As a Symbol
    Pearl is a symbol of Hester’s transgressions and even has similar qualities as the sin which she represents. Pearl’s life and behavior directly reflects the unacceptable and abnormal nature of Hester’s adulterous sin. Hester is plagued with...
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  18. One Hundred Years Of Solitude
    One Hundred Years of Solitude narrates the inseparability of the past, present and future in the imaginary town of Macondo, Columbia and the folks who established it, the Buendias. Macondo used to be secluded from the outside world but during a time...
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  19. Gender
    Tracy, a 9th grader from Mayford High co-ed high school, was a typical goodie girl who was always achieving high standard results. Tracy was popular amongst her school friends, teachers, because she has a unique characteristic of being a tomboy...
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  20. The Red Shoes
    the shoes actually began to dance. She was put back to carriage with great difficulty. Time passed on and one day the old lady become ill. There was a big ball in...
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  21. “Race” As a Category, Why We Don’t Need It!
    Lets be honest, does it really matter what race you are? I mean does it really matter where you come from? The color of your skin, the culture and value you carry. Unless you are oppressing one race to feel good about yourself, Why should race...
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  22. Lord Of The Flies - Savagery
    “There are too many people, and too few human beings.” (Robert Zend) Even though there are many people on this planet, there are very few civilized people. Most of them are naturally savaged. In the book, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding...
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  23. Italian Immigration
    Today we live in a world of which some have come to understand where it all came from. So many different little contributions have accumulated over the years to create “today” in the United States of America. Not one factor is more important...
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  24. Of Love And Others' Histories
    Florentino Ariza, the protagonist in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera, finds himself smitten in his youth with another adolescent, Fermina Daza. She returns his affections and the two begin a secret love affair. They...
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  25. Women
    “Men and women should have the same rights and responsibilities not only in theory but also in practice.” Discuss. <br /> <br /> Since the beginning of time, women were conditioned to believe that they needed a man to govern their lives and...
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  26. Imaginative Journey
    IT’S THE JOURNEY NOT THE DESTINATION THAT MATTERS<br /> <br /> “For we are bound where mariners have not yet dared to go<br /> And we will risk our ship, ourselves and all” 1<br /> <br /> We as humans are faced each day with journeys of...
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  27. Stop The Fire
    I knew very well, there was blood everywhere on the floor and after sometime a sweeper came and wiped out the blood. This is his job. Why there was blood? The poor human being, whose blood was there, was going to his mother. His mother was 81 and...
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  28. Justification Of The Church
    “The Justification of the Church: Religion used to uphold social justifications”<br /> <br /> The Middle Ages of Europe are generally considered to be from 5th century AD to 16th century AD, lasting roughly a millennium, commonly dated for...
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  29. Wilfrid Laurier
    “Time is neutral and does not change things. With courage and initiative, leaders change things” (Jesse Jackson).<br /> <br /> Wilfrid Laurier was a great leader. He became Canada’s first French-Canadian leader and the only Prime Minister to...
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  30. Intentism - The Resurrection Of The Author
    Since the 1920s, a certain view regarding meaning in art has dominated the Anglo-American universities and became almost dogma. This viewpoint insists that works of art should primarily be understood by how minds receive them rather than by the...
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