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  • Revenge Plot By Frank Castle
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    Perspective Journal- The Punisher This story is based on a movie called The Punisher which was about an FBI undercover agent, Frank Castle. Frank has all his family murdered while away on a vacation and through out the movie seeks revenge. This operation was ordered by the main villain in the movie, Howard Saint. Howard Saint has every reason to be justified for calling the operation to murder Frank Castle's family. Howard wouldn't have been involved in the killing of Frank Castle's family if Fr...
  • Inner Wall Of The Castle
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    Castles were very important during the Middle Ages. From castles, one can learn much about the daily life of those that worked and lived in one and the advantages of having a castle during a time of war. A castle was built nearby the best natural defense, usually next to a river or any water formation, for an easy escape route in case the castle was destroyed and the people had nowhere else to go. In order to build a castle back in the Middle Ages, many workers were needed for the job. It was ha...
  • Scene With Kukuru And Arc
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    Arc The Lad Strategy Guide Characters and Spells: Arc Burn Ground (volcanic eruption on enemies) Total Healing (replenishes HPs) Gail Flash (mystic forces flashes on enemies) Slow Enemy (decreases dexterity of enemies) Meteor Fall (huge meteor clashes on enemies) KukuruCure (replenishes HPs) De poison (cures poison status) Silent (disables enemy's magic use) Refresh (cures status) Ten No Sa baki (hail of explosions) Resurrection (revives dead party members) Divide (steals HPs from enemies) PocoI...
  • Professor Back In Time
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    Geography Reading Project This book is about a company that has figured out how to send people back in time by treating people as pieces of data. This company runs into problems when one of their time traveler shows up in the middle of a dessert and brought to a hospital and is very confusing to the resident doctor. The doctor thinks it is an abnormally and leaves it well enough alone. Meanwhile the company is very worried that one of their time travelers has been lost and showed up dead in a lo...
  • Upper Floors Of The Castle The Walls
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    Medieval Castles and their Interior Maura Kennedy British Lit. Period 212-10-01 Although it is thought that medieval times were barbaric they too enjoyed many comforts we still do today. There is much more to the castle then its's ize or the stone arches inside which are still used in many homes today. Castles today are still flocked to by millions of people every year. Sometimes you even see copies of castles right here in the U.S. A but they are not quite the same. Although they were originall...
  • Earth And Wood Castles
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    the medieval castle by: Tim Travis What is a castle? A castle is a properly fortified military residence. Why were castles built? Initially, they were designed and built to hold down conquered territory. They also served to intimidate and strike fear into the local peoples, were places of refuge, and places for the lords to live. They were also impressive symbols of the power and wealth of their owners. How castles came to exist in Europe? Castles were brought to England by William the Conqueror...
  • Medieval Castles
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    Medieval Castles Medieval Castles were huge protection camps made to protect the king. They had every kind of defense known to medieval man. From murder holes, to arrow-loops, a castle had it. Medieval castles were usually built on a high rocky cliff located by water. Castle locations were very hard to find and sometimes months were spent looking for one. A moat was built around the castle and was usually filled with sewage and bathroom "goodies". All these things played an important part in kee...
  • Lady Macbeth
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    Act V Lady Macbeth is going mad; a doctor has been employed to watch over her full time. Lady Macbeth has been seen sleepwalking, always with a candle in hand, she then writes on paper, and locks it away. The nurse refuses to repeat what she has heard so she makes the doctor stay up and see for himself. When the doctor sees her, he states that there is nothing that he can do, and that they should watch her even more closely, for she may be suicidal. In the next scene, Monteith, Caithness, Angus,...
  • Most People
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    Medieval Warfare Medieval warfare was very brutal. They would gather their men. Who could be anyone from a footman to a knight. To me I think I might have wanted to be a knight so I could use the horses weight and speed to mow down people that I went against. The battles were fierce and with large numbers. The person that had the most people usually won the battle. Most battles were fought over land. Or feuds that two people had. After the battle the winning side would loot and plunder if it was...
  • Castles
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    Castles A Castle is a large building fortified with thick walls. Castles were the strongholds of noblemen during the period of the Middle Age. It just wasnt just a home but was a fortress. The purpose of the castle was for a home for the lord and a place of protection in case of an attack. There were a variety of castles built but the most common place for a castle was in Europe. There are still castles standing today. Castles were very expensive to build they had to make sure it was the accommo...
  • Mountaintop Castles These Castles
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    A Brief History of Castles The first castles that were built date back to more than 1400 years ago in the north of Kyushu and the eastern districts of Japan and would then be continued to be built until about the 17th century. In Japan there are two different races, the Yamato race and the Ainu race. The Ainu lived in the north and north-eastern districts and the Yamato lived in the other districts. Back in those days most of the battles in Japan were between the two races, and this caused castl...
  • King And Macbeth
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    Are things as they seem? All things have an appearance, usually a good or a bad one. Depending on the appearance something has we form an opinion about it. Sometimes the appearance something has can mislead one in forming an accurate opinion about it. In Macbeth, Shakespeare shows us that things are not always as they appear to be. This is shown through the duplicity of Macbeth and his wife, the kings sons and the servants being blamed for Duncan's death and King Duncan's inaccurate opinions. In...

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