Pool-in-Wharfedale Essays

  • Employability In The Sports And Tourism Industry

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    The definition and concept of employability has been in discussion from several years and with the passage of time, the interest is growing further. With the increase in promoting graduate employability, various studies and researches are developed with in-depth taxonomies and breakdowns for specific attributes and skills needed to endorse and support graduate employability like key skills, transferable skills, functional knowledge, industry information, common skills and skills for life (DeRosa

  • Personal Narrative Essay: Swimming At Norway Lake

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    Swimming at Norway Lake Every summer, my family and I go camping. There is a special place that we always go to, it is Norway Lake Campground. There has never been any incidents where I would say that it is unsafe or boring, until this on summer day. It was the summer of 2008, it was beautiful out. The birds were chirping, children were laughing, and you could feel the sun tingle on your skin. This was soon ruined by a horrid moment on the beach. It was a tradition that everytime we camped at

  • Quotes From Lord Of The Flies Conch Analysis

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    evilness in has come into the jungle. “Jack planned his new face. He made one cheek and one eye-socket white, then he rubbed red over the other half of his face and slashed a black bar of charcoal across from right ear to left jaw. He looked in the pool for his reflection, but his breathing troubled the mirror.’’(63) War Paint The war paint represents violence. When he “planned his new face”, it suggests that Jack is more powerful as ever, the paint covers his face expressions allowing him to hunt

  • A Turtle's Tale Film Analysis

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    There are many instances where biology is both correctly and incorrectly displayed in the media. Through the use of animation movies mostly, biologists are able to spread awareness of important problems occurring in both the ocean and on land that effect animals and their habitats. The movie A Turtle’s Tale explores the life cycle of sea turtles; from when they are first born and the difficulties they face getting to the ocean to when they lay their own eggs. A Turtle’s Tale shows Sammy, a hatchling

  • Descriptive Essay About Hair

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    When I was younger, I noticed my hair color was unlike everyone else's. I would look around and saw others with black, brown, or perfect golden locks. My hair was strawberry blonde, golden with red tones. I felt ashamed of it. I couldn’t help but beg my mom to let me dye it on countless occasions. She would never let me do it. “Emma, people pay good money to have your hair and it is gorgeous,” she would explain to me. Me, being young and clueless, I wanted to change it to be like my friends, I

  • Ocean Descriptive Essay

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    The ocean… The sound of the waves applauding and hugging the shore.The internal sounds of the body out in the world’s biggest swimming pool. The echo of my sister’s laughter. The salty smell so strong that one can taste it dancing on ones taste buds. The ocean looked like an enormous pool of wonder. It was exceptionally blue that day with a slight green undertone. The surface looked as though it was covered with millions of diamonds crashing with the waves and kissing the sand. I remember the sand

  • Argumentative Essay On Riviera Maya

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    adults and two children and has two bathrooms. All rooms and suites have and LCD TV and a Jacuzzi tub and a terrace with a view. The one-bedroom suite has two TVs and a kitchen and dining room. The two-bedroom suite has three TVs and a private plunge pool as well as the kitchen and dining room. You will find all the amenities you would expect in this gorgeous, luxury accommodation.

  • Bethany Hamilton Research Paper

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    Bethany Hamilton The story of Bethany Hamilton is overall sad but inspiring. Bethany was 13 years old when she lost her arm in a shark attack. The day she got attacked felt like a normal day. Bethany, her friend Alana, Alana’s dad Holt, and Alana’s brother were all surfing. A couple minutes later something happened that no one suspected. A couple minutes after they got to the beach, Bethany was lying on her board and she was dangling her arm in the water. Before she knew it a shark came

  • Dwayne Johnson: The Rock

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    the Labor Day weekend. It was a pair of French bulldogs named Brutus and Hobbs. But the tragedy started as soon as they entered their new abode which was Dwayne Johnson’s house. They also did exactly what any other human being would do on seeing a pool. Immediately on entering

  • Poem Analysis Of We Real Cool By Gwendolyn Brooks

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    meter and verse to add to the story she's conveying. The pool players in this poem are rogue youths and Brooks attempts to understand their lives. The tone conveyed in the poem adds a slightly ominous tint to the picture of the pool players. Brooks uses this poem to convey the plight of the pool player’s existence and urge the reader to see the fun the pool players have and also the looming consequences. The speakers of this poem are all pool players gathering at a bar to indulge their rebellious side

  • Memory Laps At The Pool Sedaris Analysis

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    “Memory Laps at the Pool” a person essay written by David Sedaris to show the reader a experience from when he was a child. Sedaris uses first person and multiple forms of writing. The main writing forms were literary and expressive. In his essay, Sedaris makes the reader imagine the story he is telling by using description and emotion throughout his whole story. David Sedaris begins his story telling the reader that when he turns fifty he told himself that he would discover opera but sooner to

  • Truth And Consequence Analysis

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    ever lied and had a consequence because of it? In Truth and Consequences, by Brendan Gill, Charles finds out the truth about the girl’s life which makes him face consequences with his life . Charles finds out the truth by talking to the girl at the pool who was unlike anyone he had ever met. The plot of the story helps the readers visualize the features of the girl Charles talks with. The tone of the story helps the readers see the different ways that Charles and the girl live. The actions in the

  • Personal Narrative: Summer Swim

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    Team that ends during the summer. Throughout the summer, we were in the Southern Division Championship for Summer Swim League. At that time, I didn’t really have a choice but to swim with different coaches at the Southwest pool because I didn’t have a ride to the Rainier Beach pool. I regretted choosing these events to swim. “Why didn’t I choose something else?!” I thought, both

  • Personal Narrative: Orlando

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    waited on the elevator and listened to the music, we were on the 14th floor! I flew through the room to call dibs on the top bunk. I looked out the window with Matthew and saw a colossal water slide. We got our bathing suits on and zoomed down to the pool like rockets. Our parents came down soon. We swam for hours and hours until our fingers looked like wizened raisins. We got dressed and ready to go out to Kobes for dinner. Our

  • Stereotypes In Little Man Tate

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    Introduction Have you ever seen a person who can do math in their head super-fast? Have you seen a child who can draw or play a musical instrument like a professional? The movie “Little Man Tate” has to do with talented people like these. This movie was directed by Jodie Foster, who was also an actress in the film. It was written by Scott Frank. Little Man Tate was filmed in 1991, which could turn people off, because it is not a modern movie. Let talk a little about what the movie is about. Summary

  • Persuasive Essay About Swimming

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    “Legs kicking, arms spinning. As I push off the end of the pool, the water rushes out of my way. I glide through the water straight as a pencil. My legs go up and down, over and over. My arms go round and round like a windmill. I turn my head up and take a breath.” That is how Jenna Ward (November 8, 2016) described the feeling of swimming. Everyone should be able to feel the thrill of accomplishing something so important as swimming. Swimming is a life saving skill all people should learn to do

  • Conflicts In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    Everyday people all over are dealing with conflicts and their so called enemies. An instance where I dealt with a conflict is when the swimmers at prospect high school were judging me based on my speed. They created their opinions with out meeting me or finding out who I was. This was a conflict I had to deal with and many of the girl who were judgmental became my enemies.This is a topic that affects many, not only fictional characters in a book. This is why it is worth reading. Some may understand

  • Narrative Essay About Swimming

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    a renewed energy from their excitement, I turned and continued the race. After the race was over and I was out of the pool, I took my hard-earned ribbon and scurried back to where my swim

  • Personal Narrative: The Failure Of Water Skiing

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    Splash! There I go again failing to water ski. Why does it look so easy for others to do things, but when you try you fail infinitely? Well, four summers ago I was having the same problem. I spent a lot of that time falling face first into water. In those two weeks of constant failure I learned that I can do anything with hard work and perseverance. I was on my uncle's boat ready to try water ski for the first time. Watching my mother ski successfully I thought, "Hey! This doesn't look hard at all

  • Personal Narrative-My Family Trip To Florida

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    tell you the most memorable events from my miraculous trip to Florida with my family! To begin with, one of the best things about warm weather is swimming, so I will tell you all about my experience at the pool. Amazingly, the beach house was as cool as a mansion, it even had a fantastic pool in the backyard, right next to the Gulf of Mexico. It was the best to just swim all day with family and close friends (even though I got a ginormous sunburn). It was amusing to be swimming in weather as warm