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  • 2 Card Pack Of Cards Play Cards
    343 words
    Ten dollars is about the card for this. -. oo one's best / trump card -, on / in the cards -, to play the wrong card -, to hold the cards - to speak by the card -, , to throw up one's cards - ; , 2) (playing) card - pack of cards - play cards - have a good hand - deal (round) the cards - shuffle the cards - he is lucky at cards - show one's cards / hand, lay one's cards on the table (. ). - stake (d) - stake one's all - his game is up - it's up to him, he knows the ropes, he's a dab hand / - - s...
  • Standard For Sound Maps
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    The sound map - history and ranges of application the ranges of application of a sound map extended in the last years strongly. Begun of simple beep tones, there are nowadays already the errors and such publications sound maps with a Subwoofer connection, even complete Surround systems. Today the sound maps are used mainly for music hearing, in addition, in the play world the sound finds ever more trailer. When the first PC came on the market, was not to be thought of digital music from the comp...
  • Lindo And Tyan Yu
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    Lindo Jong is a member of the Joy Luck Club along with Su yuan Woo, An-me Hsu, and Ying-ying St. Clair. Lindo Jong is a mother to three children, a divorcee, and a wife to a second husband. She grew up in China, and even though her children are American, she wants them to have some Chinese character also. Lindo's character encompasses three major traits including cleverness, being controlling, and loving. When Lindo turned the age of two, she was engaged to marry Tyan-yu who was one year old at ...
  • Issues In The Play
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    Arthur Miller's The Crucible is a play that discusses many issues and spurs contemplation within the reader. While reading this play, because of the controversy of many issues detailed within, it is difficult for one not to take a look at one's own morals and determine what one would do if placed in a similar situation. The key issues discussed within this play, the effects of hysteria, marital betrayal, and the murderous powers of lies, are portrayed intriguingly and effectively. The lessons th...
  • One Defends The Defenders Of Europe
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    An unknown poet in the medieval times described the three social classes of European society of his time in this way: "One toils, one prays, and one defends". Let us examine these social classes, their lives and what part they played in building their Europe. One Toils The common place peasants were referred to as toilers, because they held the base positions of workers (farmers, welders, herders, barbers). Their lives consisted of ever changing working assignments that were dictated by season a...
  • Minor Characters In Merchant Of Venice
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    The Merchant of Venice is a controversial play among experts of Shakespeare. This play has been argued by some to be a comedy. This is because there is a lot of comic relief and the story has a happy ending. Others consider the play to be a tragedy because of Shylocks character. He is very much like a character of a tragedy as in Phaedra. Still other experts use the term tragicomedy. Personally I think that the last definition is the best one to describe this play. There are several factors that...
  • Plays Title Crimes Of The Heart
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    The play, Crimes of the Heart, written by Beth Henley, is brilliantly charming, and Henley is completely deserving of her Pulitzer-Prize for this piece. My mother suggested I read this play because she says that I am very much like one of the main characters Lenny Magrath, and she said that I would be able to relate to many parts of the story. I found that the beginning of the play was somewhat slow and not very uplifting, but as the play progressed, I found it to be heart-warming, intriguing, a...
  • Viewers Of A Play
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    QuIP # 1 Questions- Q- In the styles of live performing or television performing which style would be more suited for an average viewer. A- I believe that television as a way of mass producing entertainment has made it more of a low rate form of entertainment than live performances, however when using mass media one can broadcast a show to millions of viewers at one time. This surely proves that in our society that live performances are very rare but well remembered unlike all the ridiculous T.V...
  • My Drum Set
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    Upon entering my room one may wonder why I have garbage up on my wall. I do not put rags or rotting food on my wall. However, many people believe that what I have up there is garbage. It is a broken cylinder of wood, splintered in the center, pieced together from two, that before was one, but would never quite be one again. The violent act of destroying it is why I hold it so dearly to me. It was that moment I knew that my life would never be the same. At that time I knew that what I had in fron...
  • Guitars
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    The day I felt so proud was the day I learned how to play guitar. It wasn't easy but after dealing with my dad not supporting me, people thinking I wouldn't be able to do it and many other up and downs, at the end I was successful doing something I always wanted to do since I was kid. At times I would ask myself what was one thing I always wanted to do and the answer came right away. Since I was a kid I have always enjoyed music and guitar was the one thing I always wanted to learn. I told my da...
  • Shepard's Later Plays
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    Fourteen Years of Change in Sam Shepard's Six Plays Sam Shepard wrote his first two plays, Cowboys and Rock Garden at the age of twenty. Three years later, in 1966 his plays Chicago, Icarus's Mother and Red Cross won the Village Voice Obie Award for distinguished Playwriting. In 1968 Forensic and the Navigators and Melodrama Play won him his third Obie. In this paper I will focus on three of these plays, Chicago, Icarus's Mother, and Melodrama Play, and compare them with some of the plays he wro...
  • Selected Roberto As Their Number
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    National League M.V. P, 12 golden gloves, 3000 career hits, and the first Latin American to be elected hall of fame even though it happened after his death. Roberto Clemente held the #21 jersey for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1954 to 1972. His death was unexpected when the plane he was in crashed off the coast of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Roberto Clemente was sometimes better known as, "The Great One" (Paul, 63). August 18, 1934, this was the day that a future legend named Roberto Clemente Walker w...

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