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    Buddy The Elf Analysis

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    normal baby who accidentally crawled into Santa’s sack on Christmas one year. Buddy was raised at the North Pole along with all of the other elves. Life was completely normal for Buddy up until he noticed that he was way larger than the rest of the elves and did not fit in with them. Santa soon realized this too, and sent Buddy to New York City in search of his real family. While there he finds his father, who he tries to restore the Christmas spirit in, and a few other people along the way, all while

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    When you think of Christmas you might think of presents, sharing, peace, amusement, as well as countless other wonderful emotions. The authors carried out their message by describing a snowman who had a “Jolly happy soul…” (1). Imagine yourself during the winter playing around

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    Simani: Song Analysis

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    The artist that wrote the song for my music project is called song Simani. I thought I’d tell you about the artist first so you could get a bit of backstory on the song “Music and Friends” or any other songs you have heard by Simani. Simani is a duo band (two members) who focus their music on their Newfoundland and Labrador culture that they were raised in. The band had come together in 1977 with members Bud Davidge and Sim Savory. Sim was a kind hardworking man who never gave up through all the

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    Christmas is a jolly, time for everyone to visit family, eat, and give presents as well as receive them. In A Christmas Carol, it’s Christmastime and everyone is jolly, spreading Christmas cheer, except Mr. Scrooge. Mr. Scrooge is avoided by everyone and often frightens people, not to mention he’s mean. He also he also doesn’t like Christmas, so every year, his family has to spread the joy without him. Later Scrooge is visited by three spirits who try to help him change his ways. The Ghosts of Christmas

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    Christmas evokes many sights, sounds, and smells. (1) It is a holiday unlike any other in that it brings about many traditions and festivities that other holidays do not. (2) Whenever someone says the word 'Christmas', your mind most likely conjures up many different aromas, sounds, and things your family do around that time of year. (3) It is a holiday filled with recognizable characteristics that classify it and bring warmth and cheer to people's homes all across the world. (4) The smells of

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    cultures. For example: Dominicans, Americans and Nicaraguans who are christians go to church on sundays to practice their beliefs. Although that makes us similar, some of our culture traditions make us different. For example: Dominicans celebrate christmas from October until January, because it is considered to be the most important holiday of the year.

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    It’s Christmas season. Yes. And I am not a Scrooge or a humbug. I DO give to charity. I do not wish to boil anyone in a Christmas pudding, nor stab anyone in the heart with a sprig of holly. And I am kind to my nephew. MIRACLE--RIVERBANKThat preamble brings me to the Riverbank Theatre’s current production of Miracle on 34th Street: The Musical. This play, based on the well-worn 1947 Christmas movie starring then-child actress Natalie Wood, screen beauty Maureen O’Hara as her mother and the wonderful

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    thanksgiving game. We always have to argue with the guys to change the channel to the thanksgiving parade. Then at night, once the sun hides behind the trees, we start a bonfire. We spend the rest of the night roasting marshmallows and listening to Christmas music. Nick spends his day playing with his little cousins and dominating his overweight uncles

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    to take place this weekend. The Feast of Seven Fishes Festival will bring Italian flavor to historic downtown Fairmont Friday and Saturday. The festival attempts to preserve and celebrate the Italian holiday custom of serving a seafood meal on Christmas Eve in the observance of “La Vigilia,” or the vigil of the Christ child. In North Central West Virginia, the tradition is still alive and Main Street Fairmont currently hosts the event. “Main Street Fairmont has been involved with the Feast

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    food, music, and exotic places has been passed on to me or by my travel experience. Different experiences thought me about my cultural background and in this essay we shall be discussing my knowledge of the foods eaten during the holidays to the beautiful state of Aguascalientes, Mexico. The tamal has been a staple in America next to the Tacos for Mexican food. However, few people know that this food is the equivalent of a turkey/ham dinner for Christmas in Mexico. Every Sunday before Christmas Eve

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    Draco Malfoy hated Christmas. He hated it with a burning passion, and about this time every year, the fire was ignited again. It was December 1st. A wonderful day, had you asked any other Londoner, but to Draco Malfoy all of December was nothing more than a month of greediness and lies. Ever since he was little, this beloved holiday had meant absolutely nothing to him. The mansion he lived in was decorated and filled to the top with ornaments and tinsel, but it felt emptier than ever. His parents

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    table excitedly chatting to aunts, uncles, cousins, grandpas, grandmas, mom and dad. Everyone being excited to open gifts. Little kids running around everywhere with their new toys. That is what I get to enjoy every Christmas. A couple of years ago we started this family tradition, Christmas bingo. Around lunch, we would gather in the family room and get out the older bingo cards, the ones with the markers already on them. We would all set out our gifts we brought and set them on display for all to see

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    Band concert on December 17th was an excellent concert based on the theme of Christmas music. The performance took place at Mills High School in their own theater and had the new staging previously used in their Winter Concert. The Band, Saxtet, Euphonium Quintet, and the Flute Trio had some individuals with the Holiday spirit. The band seemed pretty relaxed and were at ease when playing their selections regarding A Christmas Festival. Winter Wonderland was a played at a Moderato tempo with the Flutes

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    Winter Choral Concert

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    The Winter Choral Concert went really, really well. It contained some great pieces of music, but only a few of which I knew. Mrs. Mormann is the new chorus director and she is great at what she does. The winter concert is only the second concert that Mrs. Mormann has conducted at the Asheboro High School Performing Arts Center since she became part of the AHS team. The first group to perform was the AHS Concert Chorus. This portion of the concert went really well. It included some greatly performed

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    than ours. When it comes to entertainment people play sports, music, go shopping, and go to dining events. Religion happens to be mostly christianity, and have morning service in Anglican churches on Saturdays. Language is mostly english or Bajan, an African-American speaking that is widely used, and sounds somewhat dialect. Race is mostly African but to be more imprecise 80 percent are black, 4 percent are white, 16 percent are mixed. Music most listened to are from British and African origins which

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    A major regret in life, is not taking a Christmas vacation sooner with my family. Attending Disney World for the first time, brought our family closer, enabled us to conquer fears, and left us with memorable impressions. Our vacation consisted of 10 days, to explore roughly 40 square miles of property, spread out over four different parks. Each location conveyed a different emotion with every step. All the trees looked stuffed like a Hawaiian pig with adornments and fairy lights. The luminosity

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    arranges the transfer of equipment from the bedroom into a park on the river and his roommate, Brownie Perkins, who keeps several pitchers of cider buried in the snow. Children organize a small ski jump, snow statues and prizes, and Chet Douglass offers music on his trumpet. When the carnival begins, the other boys exchange Brinker 's cider at Finny 's request and are introduced into anarchist boots. Everyone seems drunk with cider and life itself, especially Finny, who plays a wild but pretty dance at

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    I’m sitting on Santa’s knee and he is giving me my present and everyone is taking pictures and you will hear laughing all around and see all smiles as we are at my grandparents house on Christmas Eve. We go from getting presents from Santa Then we do Secret Santa . After that we go from the Secretto the best part of the night . Every year since about 2003 me and my family have gone on this trip to Myrtle Beach and It's one of the best weeks of my life . My grandparents give me and my family this

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    Themes In Groundhog Day

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    Gilbey in the BFI Modern Classic analysis of the film compares the film to older classics, such as It’s a Wonderful Life, and A Christmas Carol. All concern a male protagonist who is unhappy with their lives. Gilbey describes the similarity between It’s a Wonderful Life and Groundhog Day, stating, “Even on a first viewing the movie feels warmly familiar” (9). Members of the audience

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    3, and House Party comes on. He honestly makes me want to curl in a ball and die when he tries to make fun of my music with his lame attempts especially when he knows not to talk to me. “Hahahaha,” Paige loudly reacted to Fred 's horrible attempt to make me laugh, I however did not show emotion as I usually do around my family. “Hey no,” I try to defend my taste in music because music has feelings and I take it as my duty to defend those feelings. “Do you like that?” Fred directed this question

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