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    The Romantic period believed that emotion was a form of intelligence, and art was a path to transcendence. As a result of the change in beliefs, Romantic poetry is often characterized by nature, imagination, memory, and wisdom. Imagination acts as a source of creativity, and allows us to see what is not immediately apparent. The Romantics believed that we could discover the imagination in nature, which often resulted in a harmony of the two. However, there are times when nature and imagination are

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    Rain is dancing on Gondolin’s high towers. It drips from architraves and streaks down the lancet windows. The climbing flowers that wind around the high balustrades and volutes gather the rains in their trumpet-shaped blossoms. Iridescent in the rain, hummingbird wings quiver ruby red and gold in the misty air, flashes of dancing color. Rain sings on the fountains and in the marble-paved courtyards. It flutters at the panes like timorous wings, a song afraid to be heard, lest it be ruined by hardened

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    to and from the lockers to avoid getting my glasses wet. The frustration as I wipe away the raindrops that managed to make it to my glasses despite using my umbrella, blazer and maths textbook to shield me from the self-centred rain. My hatred at the hideous streaks of rain that wreck my perfect vision results from my failed attempts at windscreen wiping my glasses. My embarrassment as my mates greet me as ‘Specs’ when I finally make it to the safety and shelter of the school

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    Heavy themes such as poverty, racism, and violence are all prevalent during this novel. However, there are certain times when lightheartedness and general liveliness can seep into the story, usually attached to scenes concerning water. For instance, when it begins to rain, after raining for six years, Lauren describes how she feels when the rain hits her skin: “It was so wonderful. How can [Cory] not understand that? It was

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    STRANGERS; The rain came down, its heavy rainfall pounding on the black Camaro which sat silent along the neighborhood street, it's windows tinted so black it would be impossible to see anyone inside. Overhead the grey and forbidding sky seemed to reflect Clayton's emotions. This was his last knock and his team would be assembled. Reaching to the passenger seat he picked a file which sat among many more and opened it to see a picture of a woman. He found himself looking at this picture a lot, though

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    “I told you it was going to rain today.” Kuroo laughs lightly, chest rumbling against Bokuto’s spine as he spikes the ends of his already spiked hair. “I’m starting to think you hair can tell the weather.” Clouds roll in, darkening the atmosphere outside their tiny home, loud but comforting in their arrival. Bokuto glances toward the open window, caged and content in the space between Kuroo’s legs, admiring the succulents he pushed out onto the windowsill earlier as they await the rainfall that’s

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    storms is present. Spring in Colorado is very hit or miss. In spring one could see a blizzard, hail, sleet, or a light rain. This is often good for the grasslands because of the dryness. Winters are typically dry often with snow and high winds. Floods, and specifically flash floods are easily susceptible because creeks and rivers that were once dry fill quickly during heavy rain. Colorado also has problems with flash floods because of the massive wildfires and droughts. Wildfires burn up all of

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    With the rising threat of global warming, mostly due to the drastic increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from a multitude of sources such as; fossil fuels, animal waste products, the burning of forest and other vegetation etc. Normally the increase in Co2 emissions wouldn’t be that big of a problem as it would later be absorbed by plants containing chlorophyll, which would later be broken down into its base elements (carbon and oxygen). (Pickering) The carbon would be stored within the plant

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    comprised of 580 km of jungle coastline, surrounded by the largest bay in the world – the Bay of Bengal – and the rivers of Mengha, Ganges (Padma) and Brahmaputra (Jamuna). Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon climate, characterized by high temperature, heavy rainfall and extreme humidity. The average annual rainfall in Bangladesh varies from 1500 mm in the west-central part to over 3000 mm in the northeast and southeast part of the country. The agriculture sector encompasses crops, fisheries, livestock

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    William Shakespeare is, perhaps, the greatest literary mind in history. His works, being largely commissioned by royalty and enjoyed by the public, also contain some meanings and interpretations that are topics of widespread debate. This confusion in the minds of readers and scholars is extremely prominent in two of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, Macbeth and Hamlet. In both plays, the titular character faces a wide array of choices. The protagonists respond in methods connected by their shared

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    In fact, in a picture of rain, there are ripples surrounding the raindrop’s hitting the water. The ripples in the water and the distance naturally created is portrayed in the pictures. Accordingly, the illustrator uses techniques to create distance between objects. For instance, when two girls and a dog are enjoying the rain the reader is able to see the scenery from a distance. These elements help to enhance the experience

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    the current moment. Raging skies and a slight drizzle created the morning atmosphere and I gathered my school stuff before leaving the house. I lived around the corner so walking in the weather wasn’t a problem, as the morning went on the fall of the rain increased by the hour. I can’t remember

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    • AUSTRALIA. Sydney. Summer rain. In this photo there is a man who is standing huddled under awnings on the corner of George & Market St. Trent Parke has taken the photo early on 1998 and published on dream/life series. After running through a Sydney thunderstorm. His tie thrown was over his shoulder • Trent has used a mid shot for this photo to make sure that everything is shown. I would say it is a leading line because there are two lines within the image that leads ours eyes to another point

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    Jealousy is a key feature in both the movie and the story of "All Summer in a Day." Jealousy is what keeps them more exciting and fun to read. But, there is a big difference between the movie and the story of how jealousy was shown. Jealousy is shown different through Margot, William and the other kids, and the plot, throughout both examples. In both the story and the movie of “All Summer in a Day,” it is clearly shown that there is much jealousy that can be found through Margot. For example, this

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    I looked out from the passenger side window as we pulled into our parking spot. The trees were beginning to go bare in the frigid October weather, and the ground was covered in their dry, crispy leaves. The four of us were going on a haunted hayride tonight, a popular past-time for season. We clambered out of the car and left our bags behind. It had rained the day before, and it made the ground beneath us soft with mud and trampled leaves. The night hung over us in a dark, cloudy sheet. No one could

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    You are the sole survivor of an airplane crash in the middle of the ocean. You manage to inflate the life raft and collect some suitcases, now it’s your mission to survive the ocean and make it back to land. With this guide you will survive and thrive being stranded out at sea. The very first thing you want to do is empty the suitcase and put any sharp objects inside the suitcase. This will include shoes, glass, metal objects and things alike. This will reduce the chance of accidently popping the

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    The changing seasons are commonly used in literature to provide a description of the weather and how it contributes to the setting in a piece of text. However, the meaning of the seasons can be used more effectively in a story when they help illustrate a certain point. This notion of using seasons as a symbol is greatly displayed in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. The changing weather symbolizes the emotions and justifies the actions of Nick, Tom, Daisy, and Gatsby throughout the novel. The

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    THE GOLDEN MOUNTAIN AHMAD ROBAI PERGURUAN TINGGI TEKNOKRAT Have you ever heard about Golden Mountain? A mountain made of hundred stacks of gold bars in circle, surrounding a big pole in the center which is also made by gold. Nobody knows who build or where does it come from, but what people know is that the Golden Mountain lays on the island far away from urban city. It takes 2 weeks trip using a ship from the nearest city if you want to go to Glodius Island, the island where the Golden Mountain

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    Eight Reasons Why Golf Is A Perfect Sport For Everyone It can’t be denied that sport is one of the greatest companions of a healthy lifestyle. Playing sport will not only keep you in a perfect shape but also help you deal with stress or any kinds of negative emotions. Among hundreds of sport types, golf is a smart choice for anyone. Here is why. Playing Golf Gives You A Sense Of Freedom Even if you are a non golf player, you must still be aware that golf is among a few sport games that include

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    memories that flood Gatsby once in Daisy’s presence again. The rain creates clear tone shifts as Gatsby enters and exits Nick’s bungalow through the fifth chapter, Daisy being mentioned with clear apprehension and fear experienced by Gatsby. As Daisy awaits Gatsby in Nick’s living room, Nick has taken account of Gatsby through the weather, “Aware of the loud beating of my own heart I pulled the door to against the rain.” (Fitzgerald 86) The rain symbolizes the growing fear of past Daisy altering her present

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