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The Great Gatsby is a story set in the 1920s and written by F. Scott Fitzgerald to convey a warning about the state of society. The title character’s goal is to overcome the social class barriers that prevent him and his lover, Daisy, from being together. He is trying to live out what many would refer to as the “American Dream”. However, Fitzgerald’s overarching point is that the American Dream and its promises are lies. Throughout the book, Fitzgerald includes...
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Where does water come from? Rain is one of them and one of the largest sources of water on earth. It is a liquid manifestation (other prescriptions that are not liquid such as snow, ice crystals, and slit). Water droplets that fall on land due to the process of condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere are then called rain. The type of rain that falls is divided into several types depending on how the process is formed, including frontal...
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Hey, do you remember our first meeting? The first meeting you had in mind is probably different from mine. My first meeting with you was on that rainy day in April. You remember that I love the rain but I never told you the reason behind it. I didn't have a particular fondness for rain, it just seems so gloomy, so dark. For some reason, that day, I just wanted to look outside of the window. So the 10 years...
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As stated earlier, rainy days are enjoyed by people of all ages. The kids are probably the most excited lot of all. Rainy days bring pleasant weather and uplift the moods of kids. Moreover, it gives them a chance to step out and play in the rain, jump in the puddles and make paper boats. Similarly, for students, a rainy day means a break from school. It gives them a break from their monotonous routine as the school declares a...
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The natural daily events started without delay. Birds were twittering and singing like the voices of angels, filling the air with the sweet sound of nature. They flew around, rooftop to rooftop at amazing speeds. Their feathers ruffled slightly in the breeze and, quite often, they sprung around on their tiny, diminutive feet on the lawns of people, living in the area, searching around for any traces of food for their breakfast. The sun had now fully risen revealing all...
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DEFINATION: Precipitation or rain with a high concentration of acids produced by, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and other such gases which result from the combustion of fossil fuels. This has a destructive effect on buildings, aquatic life, and plant. Certain pollutants in the air made the rain acidic and now the rain is called acid rain. Acid rain is a type of acid deposition. It can appear in many forms. Rain, fog, snow, or sleet which is wet deposition that...
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The performance of masculinity, a theory introduced by Judith Butler, is explored through the characters in Arturo Islas’ The Rain God. Islas introduces male characters that encompass a wide range of masculine representations and roles placed upon the male gender specifically in the Mexican culture. His text constructs masculinity in his characters through the representation and image of the body. At a young age Islas battles polio and is left with a limp, this illness creates an awareness of his...
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For four days it rained non-stop. The ram was not very heavy but it kept on coming without letting up. Our neighbours and we were all worried about the possibility of a flood—the levels of the nearby river had been rising steadily. The next day the river overflowed its banks and the water spread out covering the entire area cm which houses stood. To make-matters worse, debris were caught on the bridge thus impeding the flow of the river. This...
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Waiting for the Rain was inspired by the unjust policy of apartheid in South Africa. During the unfair treatment a young boy endured, he had to decide if the value of friendship can overcome extreme tensions risen by a unfavorable system. It all began on a farm on the South African veld. Tengo was a black boy who laborer on the farm of Frikkie's uncle. As a child, he was blinded from the unfairness and hardships, and found thorough bliss...
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It was mid-July. There had been no rains for several months at a stretch. It was unbearably hot. All the pools and ponds had run dry. The sun shone brightly from the leaden sky. The earth was parched and dry. The cattle were dying in a large number. People and herds of cattle with their tongues lolling out, took rest in the shade of trees. Birds fluttered about helplessly in search of water, but alas! not a drop of water...
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Acid rain is defined as precipitation in any form that has acidic properties, such as nitric and sulfuric acid which is formed in the atmosphere and falls to the ground. The pH scale is used the measure acidity and alkalinity in solutions. The lower the substance’s pH value is (less than 7), the more acidic the substance is. If the substance has a higher pH value (greater than 7) then the more alkaline it is. Normal rain has a pH...
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The artwork of my choosing is the large oil painting done by the artist Gustave Caillebotte in 1877 and was placed in the Art Institution of Chicago under the name of ‘Paris Street, Rainy Day’. This piece of art was considered huge considering its 212.2 cm x 276.2 cm dimensions. The artist in his display shows a certain street in Paris wonderful streets in a rainy day, showing a big beautiful classical building to reflect the construction work; Accompanied by...
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A tour is a pleasant experience. It makes us feel relaxed by reducing anxiety and stress. We should go for a tour with our family, friends or others. A tour also helps to increase our relational bonding. I personally a tour lover. I travel a lot. Whenever I find an opportunity to go for a tour, I try to do my best. Almost every year I go for several tours in various places. Last summer I went for a tour...
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Unique water-related activities, behaviours or ideas you can implement in your dayto-day life to live more sustainably. Bamboo drip irrigation Drip irrigation is commonly known for reducing water usage in irrigation, and Bamboo drip irrigation is one step more ecofriendly than usual methods. This method is commonly used in North Eastern states of India by the native farmers for centuries. Water from mountain springs is channeled through bamboo poles to the farm land and liters of water is now converted...
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