I do agree that it was all about location in the selection of ruler over those oppressed or over-run. So often we do not think of disease as a huge factor when it comes to who wins a war and who loses, but this book showed me that they were very effective, and powerful in destroying certain communities. Different armies would bring different disease with them from where they lived, spreading them to a new population. This method of warfare was far more effective than the guns were at times. Sometimes the guns would not work, or would be too hard to fire to protect oneself, but the germs knew no limits.
One Aztec weapon was the War Club, which involved both hands to swing. It was a very hard weapon to move fast and free with. The weapon planned well by the inventors, not accounting weight and how free the individual could move with the weapon. This would have been a huge disadvantage on the battleground as the Aztecs would not have been able to strike the Spanish fast, as the Spanish had horses to ride on, which gave them the advantage of moving fast. Even though the weapon was not easy to carry around, it was a strong killing machine.
Kohn does an effective job of developing his ethos using effective examples and reaching the readers emotionally; however, his debatable argument is highly emotionally-based and does not include very many logical facts to support his claim.
The audience knows that the shooter is going to kill Ray and through the use of cutting between the gun and inside the apartment the audience is left on edge until the very end of the move. The Coen were able to make an amazingly tense film with very little budget though their great use of
Just like most novels, The Great Gatsby has a mixture of admirable and despicable characters. There are three characters that stood out the most for having one trait or the other. Jordan Baker, Nick Carraway and Jay Gatsby have certainly earned the titles given to them. Jordan Baker is one of the more despicable character. Although she is not one of the major characters of this novel, she is the easiest to pick out for being a rotten person.
Selflessness is a trait I have on and off the court. I will put myself after everyone; to me, another person’s happiness is more important than my own happiness. Being selfless means being the best teammate there is. The article “13 Life Lessons I’ve Learned from Being an Athlete” states, “As for selflessness, being on a team has taught me that you 're not the center of attention. Even if you 're the best player, there 's no glory when you 're at the top when you 're by yourself.
One is strong and one is powerful,but witch one is the weakest. In the book “ A Separate Peace” Finny is athlitic and ful of excitetment . Gene is bitter and complex. What are finny's strengths ,weakness and what are Genes strengths ,weakness. Why does finny die when he is better than Gene.
Most likely they happen to be about how the underdog will come out to be superior to the giant. For an example “Caroline Sacks” a chapter in the book that happens to be the most effective chapter because there is always someone judging someone else work and they have the power to crush that persons work or accept it as something great. Then there is “Vivek Ranadive” another chapter in the book that happens to be the least effective because it’s just one person with his or hers rules that the group must obey by, and written unorganized. The chapter “Caroline Sacks” is located in the first part of the book.
I was able to ignore the hot radiance of the sun; consequently, I was able to play more efficiently. Being able to feel the heat waves on the bottom of my feet, I kept on going trying to show that I am the best. Eventually, I got to the other team’s goal, and my teammate passed me the ball. I saw the opening, the time was perfect for me to score. Before I took the shot, I had a flashback about the time I missed the goal and suffered humiliation, so I knew that I must score.
Offense is the team that has the ball and they have different position while playing offense. The coach puts a player where they are the best at and the coach also decides which plays are best for their team. The point guard is normally best ball handler on the team and is pretty good from the free throw range. The shooting guard’s job is to score points for their team. Small forward mostly shorter, quicker, and leaner than power forwards, typically taller and larger than guard positions.
In Fast Break mode, we snap the ball as quickly as it is legally possible. We Fast Break for three reasons. 1) It increases our chances to score against an opponent who is less talented than we are. 2) It can catch a defense off guard. 3)
It is very rewarding when it works, but is very risky at the same time. There is an endless amount of blitzes, and every blitz depends on what coverage the defense is in, & what scheme they are in. This means that there are a lot of options when it comes to blitzing. No matter the type, all blitzes have on goal – disrupt the quarterback. Blitzing is very effective when it comes to disrupting the pass, and can pay off during the run game as well, but it I a gamble.
The team also needs three-point shooting too, however, with Mudiay on their team they are sure to improve. The Nuggets can be an exciting team to watch next season, we just have to wait and see what they do in the
The duo of Quiverwing Quack and Arrowkid was born and they proved themselves to be capable crime fighters in their own rights. Arrowkid assisted Quiverwing by not only ensuring she had the proper arrows but also constantly computing trajectories for trick shots. In melee the pair were no less capable. Quiverwing was just as dangerous in close quarters as she was at range; the outright zeal she displayed was almost frightening, even to Darkwing. Arrowkid turned his clumsiness into an asset: moving with his stumbles and trips as opposed to resisting them gave a 'Drunken Master ' quality to his movements.
Raising the rim would lower the scores, and would make players look less athletic” (Frasor 1). Which is true, everybody loves interesting high scoring games packed with highlights, and changing the rim to to 11 feet is going to take this away from them, including the players because of the amount of time it is going to take the players to get used to shooting and dunking on an 11 foot rim. Frasor adds to his argument by saying, “If basketball were too easy for professional players, then you could make an argument to raise the basket, but that is not the case” (Frasor 1). If the NBA were to raise the rim then it would prove that the NBA is too easy for the players. This is definitely not the case considering that the 2016 Philadelphia 76ers were 10-72 and last season it took them 16 games to get a win, in addition to many teams being under .500, meaning they had more losses than wins.