• Loaded The Truck Clothes Mike Homeless
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    Study Skills Paper This service project was very helpful to me in many ways. It was hard to put aside the time to do it, but it was very beneficial in my future. Working is hard enough, but when you are doing it for free it's worse. This was my attitude before I actually began to accomplish my service hours. After I handed the boxes to needy families, I began to realize the importance of my community service hours. I contemplated what I could do and decided to contact my friends dad. My friends...
  • Dress Code School People Clothes
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    The dress code, an essential tool for preventing people from offending others both intentionally and unintentionally. School, a place of education. Education of necessary subjects for becoming a good citizen. Not education of outfits that show more than they hide. No matter what people say, school is NOT a fashion show. Freedom of Expression, a true right that's true meaning is being demolished. The school must have control over the dress code and enforce it. If the school couldn't control what...
  • The Emperors New Clothes
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    Recently I read one of the Hans Christian Anderson's short stories, The Emperor's New Clothes. This Danish writer in his story made such a good picture of foolish kings and governors that now-a-days are much more before. Many years ago there was an emperor who was so excessively fond of new clothes that he spent all his money on them. He cared nothing about his army, nor for people and his country, except to showing off his new clothes. One day two swindlers came to castle and said to emperor th...
  • Dress Codes Uniforms School Clothes
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    School Dress Codes a Plus Do schools really need a dress code Just ask parents of kids who have to wear them and they will probably say yes. With the dress code policy parents would be able o save money on clothes for their children (Dress 1). This would be a big help for children with poor families who cant afford the proper clothes for them to wear. In addition, with uniforms these kids wont are looked at any different than everyone else because they will have the same dress attire. While I w...
  • Vikings Men Wore
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    The Vikings The Vikings liked clothes and jewelry. The Vikings were proud of their appearance and liked to dress well. Most of their clothes were made of wool or linen that they had spun and woven themselves. The cloth was dyed with mineral or vegetable dyes of green, brown, red, yellow or blue. The men wore sleeved jerkins or three-quarter length coats over woolen shirts and long cloth trousers. On their feet they wore tall leather boots or soft shoes with short socks. The women wore long wool...
  • The Emperor's New Clothes
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    'The Emperor's New Clothes' is a tale of an emperor who was exceptionally fond of new clothes. Two swindlers came one day and claimed that they were weavers and said that they could weave the finest cloth ever seen. They claimed that the colours and patterns were not only exceptionally beautiful, but the clothes made from this material possessed the wonderful quality of being invisible to anyone who was hopelessly stupid or incompetent. They were paid handsomely to weave this cloth and given a r...
  • Lady Macbeth Play Blood Clothes
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    Shakespeare uses many forms of imagery. The forms of imagery that are used in his play 'Macbeth' include the forms of clothing, darkness, and blood. Each image is an important symbol in the play. Clothing, is a major and crucial part of 'Macbeth', Shakespeare purposely used it to reveal Macbeth's true character. It is also used to show how Macbeth is seeking to hide his "disgraceful self" from his eyes and from others. Clothes in the play aren't really clothes; the clothes that are being talked...
  • Problem Solving Essay School Dress Code
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    Problem Solving Essay I disagree with the school dress code because it doesn't allow people to express themselves, people can't dress for the weather, and it doesn't let people choose how they want to look because it's supposedly a distraction. The dress code is 'The bottom of your shirt must at least meet the top of your pants or shorts, and undergarments should not be exposed. There must be a substantial covering over both shoulders. See-through clothing or clothing that is so very tight that ...
  • Corporate Logo Fashion Logos Clothes
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    Conforming to the Ways of the World These days, the brand of clothes we wear and the corporate logos that are on clothes, can tell a person the type of people we want to be associated with and where we stand on the social ladder. Children, teenagers, and adults allow themselves to help advertise for fashion designers by wearing corporate logos because wearing these logos gives them a sense of belonging to a certain group of people, social status, or a so-called "in crowd." Corporate logos are th...
  • Madame Ratignolle Edna Reisz Clothes
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    It would be easy to say that Edna Pontellier emulates both Madame Ratignolle and Mademoiselle Reisz, however, throughout the novel, it is evident that Edna steps out beyond this assumption and asserts herself as another person altogether. This is obvious in the defining features of each of the women. Madame Ratignolle, for example, is always represented in a very flamboyant nature and is usually associated with clothes, whereas, Mademoiselle Reisz, in contrast, has no relation to clothes or anyt...
  • Should Students Be Required To Wear Uniforms To School
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    Language ArtsEssayPromt: "should students be required to wear uniforms to school?" Do you always ask yourself why do students wear those horrible uniforms? Well, 99% of the students do, some find that unnecessary, some find them obsolete, and others just hate those unexciting colors. Nonetheless, they are wrong when they think that uniforms are not necessary, since they are. Because the teachers need to see students as equal, plus, clothes always distract other people, and as proved on a survey,...
  • School Uniforms Good Choice
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    One of the major problems facing us today is violence in middle and high schools across the country. With school shootings becoming an almost expected thing each year, the focus of many people should be on how to stop this violence. Many of the instigators of the violence in schools have been stereotyped by the clothes that they wear, such as the trench-coat mafia. This is why I think that schools nation-wide should institute a school uniform policy. Doing this helps reduce gang violence, blurs ...
  • Make It Easy For Your Student To Write Home
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    Make It Easy For Your Student To Write Home Date: Dear Parent (s), I am too busy to write, but this checklist covers most of the topics of interest to both of us. Please send: Money (Cash)! Amount: $ Food (Cookies)! Dozens: Clean clothes! Relationships: What? I am in love with myself I am in love! I am engaged I got married last weekend My Roommate: Worships the ground I walk on Gave me a black eye Committed suicide and left a note saying I was the reason Is afraid of the dark and wants to sleep...
  • Women In The 1920s
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    Women in the 1920'sWomen's lives in the 1920's changed dramatically. Everything from clothes to attitudes were affected in this unique time of the century. Jobs became available, clothing trends changed, and all of it was affected by the new attitude that was arisen. First, jobs were greatly relied upon by the women in the war and they became, for the first time, readily available in peace time. They were given what were usually considered as "men's" jobs such as working in factories. In additio...
  • Clothes At School Dress Code
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    In a 1969 Supreme Court case, Tinker vs. Des Moines, a controversy was started over students wearing black armbands to protest American involvement in the Vietnam War. From this case, and many others like it multiple school boards believe that with uniforms or stricter dress codes, the students will have better learning environments. Many schools now implement strict dress code standards, or school uniforms, because of the cases. Moreover, the students believe they already are not being allowed ...
  • Issey Miyake Sato 1999
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    Design in Context 191 (192) Assignment 2: Essay Due Date: Mon June 10 th, 2002 OBJECTIVE: From the exploration of this topic you should develop an enhanced appreciation of the thought, practices and processes of the designer. Experimentation, research, innovation and change- Issey Miyake's designs are focused on these general signs of our time. His distinctive combination of aesthetic and technological skills has resulted in a major commercial success. He has enabled fashion to go beyond more qu...
  • Issey Miyake Design Clothes Art
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    I observe that Issey Miyake the Japanese fashion designer desires not so much to transgress boundaries in his clothing design as to maintain them as transparent walls. An Issey Miyake design is neither wholly Eastern nor Western; his garments seem to simultaneously inhabit different temporal and geographic spaces. A piece (for Miyake's clothing begs one to refer to them as art pieces) may look futuristic, but it is also rooted in the ancient feudal tradition of Japan's samurai warriors. Born in ...
  • Women In Music Videos
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    "Sweat until my clothes come off,"It's getting' hot in here, so take off all your clothes," and "Baby don't you wanna dance up on me," are all lyrics from popular songs in today's pop culture. These are just a few of the very many risqu'e lyrics to today's most popular songs amongst teenagers. Not only are the lyrics very suggestive, but also some of the videos for these songs are downright raunchy. Popular music videos portray women in a very negative way. Music videos fling messages to young w...
  • Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan
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    Moving between two cultures. The first poem is called Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan. This is about a girl struggling to identify with her mixed racial background. The poet develops her ideas in seven clear stanzas. The poem is written in a free verse, with lines that are different lengths, and there are no rhymes or regular rhythms. Each of the verses are flowing as though they are her thoughts and not part of a poem at all. The stanzas compare the exotic, colourful silks and jewellery of ...
  • School Uniforms Kids Wear Clothes
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    Should we wear schools uniforms? School uniforms are to show that schools have disciplined and smart kids. It shows it's a respected and great school for kids to go. But others opinions are there is no real point to uniforms. They are a waste of money; you could be spending it on descent clothes that you would like to wear. Many people have different opinions on both positive and negative sides. This informative writing piece shows what school kids really think of school uniforms. The kid's opi...