“Don’t tell me that what I do is wrong. Don’t tell me that it isn’t real justice, because it is! It’s exactly the same as what any cop does. Just with less casualties and I’m 100 times more effective,” Matt looks out his window and into the moonlight. “You may be wondering, ‘Who is this person?’ Well, that’s easy,” he smirks to himself and walks back into his room.
On 7/20/2015 S/O EMT Perez was dispatched to MG-601 regarding a fall. S/O EMT Perez knocked and announced his presence at the door, when there was no answer S/O EMT Perez annonced his presnece again and began to search the apartment. S/O EMT Perez found the resident, a Mrs. Doris Cotts on her bathroom floor by her toilet. Mrs.Cotts stated that she had slipped from her motorized scooter and fell onto the floor. Mrs.Cotts stated had no injuries but wished to be lifted up back on her motorized scooter.
As Montresor and Holmes seek their specific forms of justice, they both demonstrate cleverness. Montresor’s sharp intellect is apparent when he tells his servants “not to stir from the house” but then tells them that he will not return until the morning as he wants to “insure their immediate disappearance” (Poe 2) and eliminate witnesses. Similarly, Holmes reveals his cleverness when he sees the bell ropes and figures out that they are “Dummy bell ropes” (Doyle 5) which go through “ventilators which do not ventilate” (Doyle 9) into Dr. Grimesby Roylott’s room, thus an obvious clue. Both Montresor and Holmes use their cleverness to gain advantages. Montresor demonstrates his cunning when he suggests going “‘to Luchesi,”’ (Poe 2) a rival wine expert, as a way to make Fortunato jealous so that Fortunato will go down to the catacombs with him.
(Setting) He knew he would have to do a lot of convincing to the people trapped and try to explain that he wasn’t like Zaroff and is only trying to help them. But that won’t be needed until the cellular is found. Setting out to look around the house he went through Zaroff’s
. ?” “Who did the surgery?” About noon Art Mullen, marshal in charge of the Harlan field office, came by the motel to find Raylan still poking around the room. Art said, “You know what you’re looking for?” “Techs dusted the place,” Raylan said, “picked up Angel’s clothes, bloody dressings, surgical staples, an empty sack of Mail Pouch, but no kidneys. How’s Angel doing?” “They got him in intensive care, maintaining.” “He’s gonna make it?” “I think what keeps him alive,” Art said, “he’s half out but mad as hell these weed dealers ripped him off. Took what he paid for the reefer—if you believe him—and left him to
Kill you if I have to” (Dashner 163). Thomas might have to watch his back a bit closer now… Thomas may or may not become a runner, but either way will have Gally at his neck, all while trying to find the purpose of the Glade. Thomas is just another mystery added to the Maze, and he must figure out why. This new life is dangerous and full of secrets, and it is up to Thomas and the Gladers to discover what lies
As they continued on the lane to his house he said, “Miracles may happen, sometimes heaven will give us back our dead.” At first she didn’t understand but Edmond was waiting for her at the house. Edmond was not dead after all. The young soldier who was wearing the locket had stolen
At first glance Scottie is not impressed, as her hair was not pinned back as it should be, take not the subtle neon green in the background, so he essentially orders her to change her hair. We now see Scottie pacing towards the window while Judy goes to the bathroom to fix her appearance. The neon green is now becoming more and more vivid gleaming through the window what might be symbolizing a resurrection of Madeline. As Scottie waits the camera shifts to the room Judy is in with the green light focusing solely on that door. As the door opens Scotties turns around and what does he see, Madeline’s ghost slowly walking towards him and as she gets closer and closer she becomes real and this ultimately symbolizes Judy’s transformation into Madeline.
Language: “The voice came from an oblong metal plaque like a dulled mirror which formed part of the surface of the right-hand wall.” (2) “Day and night the telescreens bruised your ears with statistics proving that people today had more food, more clothes, better houses, better recreations...Not a word of it could be proved or disproved...It was like a single equation with two unknowns” (74) L(1) George Orwell, the author of 1984, uses figurative language within this quote with a perfectly crafted simile. This type of language was used to act as a comparison between the television to a flat mirror mounted on the wall. L(2) This quote contains a simile which Orwell uses to compare a math equation with 2 unknown answers to what life is like in Oceania, where citizens never knew if what the party was telling them was true or not, and they could do nothing to figure it out. Imagery: “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.” (1) “He looked around the canteen. A low ceilinged, crowded room, its walls grimy from the contact of innumerable bodies; battered metal tables and chairs, placed so close together that you sat with elbows touching; bent spoons, dented trays, coarse white mugs; all surfaces greasy, grime in every crack; and a sourish, composite smell of bad gin and bad coffee and
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The Holts bolted out and the Cahills were safe. Even though the notes were gone Dan 's amazing photographic memory was put to use and wrote the notes as exactly as they were on a napkin. As the Cahill 's were dropped of at the next stop Ian and Natalie Kabra were spying on them seeing were they would go next. The Cahill 's entered there small hotel room at Franz Josef in Vienna. Amy and Dan tried the find what the clue meant so they looked up the name of this piece of music and found out that it was one of the ones that Mozart created before he died.
(Well when I say threw, it’s more like a series of wiggles, hops, stretches, and squats before managing to pull them on.) I put on a white laced shirt and my favorite red converse. I quickly slapped on some makeup before heading down to breakfast. While walking down the stairs, I pulled my long wavy, dirty-blonde hair into a messy bun. Multitasking is not one of my strong suits.