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  • Hero Of Their Country
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    What is war? A conflict between two countries or is it more than that? Some may call it the loss of innocence. All young men were drafted into the war. Most not even knowing what they were fighting for and thinking they " ll come out the same as when they went in. Not knowing the torture they will be put through. Some end up crazy if they don't die from the war. Crazy, killed, or wounded they have still been lost. Innocent young men shouldn't be fighting a war that they didn't inflict. The peopl...
  • Animals Fight Against Other Animals And Humans
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    Cruel Sports And How They Effect Animals 'The referee shouts, 'Ready, pit!' The birds explode from their handlers' grasps and collide breast to breast, a foot off the ground. Beak grabbing beak, hackles flaring like porcupine quills, they bounce apart and then collide, again and again. The hatch takes command. The roundhead rolls over, then revives. He pounds the Hatch with a foot, spearing a lung. The Hatch fades, hunkering down and refusing to budge. As he coughs up drops of blood, his breathi...
  • The Worst Showing Of Rocky's Fighting Career
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    Rocky fought 12 amateur fights. Unlike most fighters, who fight in local clubs and gyms as they learn their craft, he didn t have anyone to guide him other than his childhood friend Allie Columbo. As a result, his approach to amateur fighting was reckless; entering in various tournaments, always against more experienced fighters. The result was a less than perfect record of 8 wins and 4 losses. However, even so he advanced to the finals in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Championship Tournament...
  • Member Of Gangs
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    The world is not the way it was. At one time people could sleep with their windows up and doors unlocked. In today's society people have to lock their doors and close their windows. Crime is at an ultimate high, and the world is slowly falling apart. This is not the work of the older generations, it is strictly the work of generation X. Teenagers are not what they use to be. A long time ago teenagers were loyal, respectful, and helpful to their parents, but not anymore. Today's teens live their ...
  • Moral Force Protest Supporters
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    Moral Force Protesting Moral force protest has a greater chance to succeed that physical force protest. Discuss in relation to our contemporary world. In the modern world today, there is an immense diversity of global issues which are constantly being dealt with. Moral force protest as well as physical force protest are used, in hope of achieving a purpose and proving a point. For both of these acts of protest, there must be a substantial amount of facts and evidences backing it up. Both protest...
  • Similarities And Differences In The Activities
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    Compare and Contrast: 'Dead Poets Society' and 'Day of the Last Rock Fight' Richard Gust Ms. Fink The two stories "Dead Poets Society" and "Day of the Last Rock Fight " have many similarities and differences as do cows and horses. They both walk on four legs, they are both mammals, and they both live on a farm. They also have differences in appearances, eating habits, and body functions. In this essay you will learn about many similarities and differences between the two stories. The stories "De...
  • The Definition Of Independence
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    The Definition of Independence Some people say that the definition of independence is a complex word and idea to try to define. In al truth independence is a perplexing word to try to define. This is because everybody has their own speculations of what independence is. Very infrequently are their two people that have the same perception of what the definition of independence is. What I perceive the definition of independence is the absolute freedom to do what you want, and to not be held back by...
  • Scots To Freedom
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    B. William Wallace 1. What advice does his father give him? When William is a young boy, his father dies. Shortly after that he has a dream that his father is lying beside him on a table. He dreams that his father whispers, "Your heart is free, have the courage to follow it". Keeping this in his mind, William sets out to live his life to the fullest in great memory of his father. 2. What methods does he use to really the Scots against England? Wallace uses his speaking skills to help persuade th...
  • Fight With An Opponent
    540 words
    How to Fight in Hockey Successfully Sometimes hockey players lose their cool on the ice and get into a fight with an opponent. The fights look spontaneous and unplanned, but there are many techniques and tricks that will help a player to be a better fighter. When a fight begins, the first thing to do is to drop your stick and gloves onto the ice. It is always better to punch with your bare fists so it hurts the opponent more. Also, it is easier to grab with your bare hands. Next, you must rip of...
  • Impossible Journey Down The Road To Independence
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    The quest, for independence and freedom, is a long hard road. Many people in America in the 1700's desired to walk down this arduous path. In deciding to declare independence from the British threshold, the Americans started their journey down the passage to independence. They completed their seemingly impossible quest for independence due to the major advantages of the colonies and the disadvantages of the British. The American colonists that were fighting in the war for independence had the up...
  • Change
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    The 'system' is something that people are always out to change. You see people trying to change it all the time, but few are actually successful at changing the system. The system can be a variety of things. In some cases it is the government, it can be the a boss or basically anything or anyone that has some type of control or authority. For some people fighting the system is their livelihood, their mission in life. They try to change the system because of the corruption, because of unjust acti...
  • Boy Name Pony Boy
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    the outsiders was about a boy name pony boy. he was 14 years of age. his best friend was named johnny. and he didnt like to get in to any fights. the only reason he did fight because it was expected of him. he had two brothers one of them was named soda pop and the other one was named darcy. darcy was the oldest one of the three. he dropped out of school and had to find a job so he could take care of his brothers. he had to do this because both of his parents had died in a car accident so he had...
  • Country Fight For Their Freedom
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    To many people this Civil war meant many things. To one it may mean we are fighting for a good cause, the cause of freedom for all people of every race and ethnic back ground. To some it may mean we are fighting to keep things in order, the way we intend for them to be. But to me it was a War that meant we are fighting for a great cause freedom. Something that everyone should have and will have for the rest of our human existence. "The Picture of the Civil War was... a discussion about something...
  • American Support For The War Cause
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    In American History, the nineteen sixties and the nineteen seventies were extremely turbulent and controversial times. Protest rights were being tested and occasionally suppressed, new moral and political values began to develop, and the Vietnam War dominated the twenty-year period. Vietnam invited many young activist people to begin a huge movement of anti-war protesting denouncing the war, the government, and even the soldiers who were picked against their will to fight. Reasons for American e...
  • Idea Of The Fight Club
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    The Fight Club, directed by David Fincher, constructs an underground world of men fighting with one and other to find the meaning to their lives. Ed Norton and Brad Pitt are the main characters who start the fight club. They make a set of rules in which everyone must follow. The fight club exists because individuals get weighted down by possessions causing them to miss the deep meaning of life. Most of the people in the fight club hold service jobs or lower level management jobs that are meaning...
  • Day Tommy Beats Up Mr Horn
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    The main character of the movie 'Gladiator' is a poor teenager Tommy R ailey. Tommy, a newcomer to a tough Chicago inner city high school, becomes a boxer to pay off his fathers gambling debts. At first he works in a dinner to earn money. Later he decides to fight for money so that he can pay off his father quickly. Although boxing is a dangerous sport, fighting helps keep him off the streets and out of violent gangs. It is also a way for Tommy to earn money, sublimate anger towards his absent f...
  • Ender Used Empathy
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    The force and empathy are both representations of the power the main characters, Luke and Ender, use to defeat their enemy. The force helps Luke to stay focused and maintain poise when fighting his enemy. Enders ability of using empathy helps him to understand his enemy better and allows him to make decisions based on how the enemy would act on them. Luke uses the force to overcome great challenges. This will make him more focused and he will learn how to control his fears, using them against hi...
  • Fans Of Jet Li
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    Fans of Jet Li know him for his excellent martial arts ability. He is making his third debut this year with his new movie Romeo Must Die. He made his first appearance as the bad guy in Lethal Weapon 4, and then starred in Black Mask. He is a seventh degree black belt and his fans hold him to it when they watch him on the big screen. His audiences are looking for some excellent fights, however they get just the opposite to the ordinary kung fu flick with Romeo Must Die. Basically every kung fu mo...
  • Gladiatorial Games Of Ancient Rome
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    Watkins 1 Daniel Watkins Mrs. Caltrider English II July, 7, 2003 Fighting in the Gladiatorial Games of Ancient Rome "The Romans believed that they inherited the practice of gladiatorial games from the Etruscans who used them as part of a funeral ritual. Servants would duel to the death for the right to provide companionship to their owners in eternity" (Roman Civilization 1). The gladiatorial game involved killing one another in close combat. The early Christians interpreted the gladiatorial gam...
  • Vietnam War
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    Vietnam war had a tremendous affect on Americans. Today, there are still so many people that have flashbacks of when they fought in this heroic war. Many people fought in this war and died fighting for their country. They received a purple heart for fight in honor of our men and women who faught in this war. The people who faught had pride, cour gae, and loved their country deeply. Vietnam was most likely one of the worst wars faught in the 19th century. So many people lost their lives fighting....

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