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Dipa Talukder is an accepted and aspiring young Kathak performer. Dipa started dancing at a tender age of six and has been training in the field of Kathak dance for the past thirteen years. She is currently enrolled as a senior student in ‘ Panwar Music and Dance’ headed by Shri Hemant Panwar and Smt. Vaishali Panwar. She has completed the intermediate level of the program and now is in the progress of doing the expertise level. Since her enrollment in the school, she has had many opportunities to represent the institution by doing performances under her Guruji. Some of these shows include, Shradhanjali, Annual Diwali Concerts, Kathak Mahotsav , and Prabasi Bengali Cultural Shows
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Ballet started Ballet, as we know it today, it began during the Renaissance around the year 1500 in Italy. In fact, the term "ballet" comes from the Italian ballare, to dance. When Catherine de Medici of Italy married the French King Henry II, she introduced early dance styles into court life in France. At first, the dancers wore masks, layers upon layers of brocaded costuming, pantaloons, large headdresses and ornaments. Dance steps were composed of small hops, slides, curtsies, promenades and gentle turns. Dancing shoes had small heels and resembled formal dress shoes rather than any contemporary ballet shoe we might recognize today. The official terminology and vocabulary of ballet was
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The crowd becomes quiet, the lights dim down, and the stag is illuminated with a glow of anticipation for the show to come. Nothing can overcome an evening at the theatre enjoying the wonderful stories expressed through the form of interpretive dance. With each dance show there’s so much that supports each dancer, each dance number, and the entire production. Between the props, theatre seating, performance space, and costumes, all can help bring out the show as a form of great entertainment and more importantly, a success!!
“An Evening’s Dance” was quite an interesting show in the fact that once I arrived, the seating style was much to my liking. In a modified American style seated
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The Charleston was a dance that became popular in the 1920’s. It was danced to ragtime jazz music and was quick paced. This dance was popular worldwide but especially in Australia. This dance is in a 4/4 time rhythm. The dance was a physical symbolism of the audacious enthusiasm that many of the young people of that generation wanted to express. The Charleston Dance is believed to have originated from an earlier dance style, and actually existed before the 1920’s. However, it was not until its appearance in a Broadway show, “Running Wild” in 1923 that it became a worldwide phenomenon. The dance was performed to the song, “The Charleston” which was composed by James P Johnson. The popularity
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Dancing with the Stars Academy
Glenda E. Ortega
October 26, 2015
Prof. Seyed Baladi
Dancing with the Stars Academy
The author is a business consultant that provides expert advice to entrepreneurs. One of those entrepreneurs is an experienced dancer and performer, Jennifer Camacho. Jennifer has been a successful performer for many years, winning international awards and recognition. She believes this is the time for her to expand her horizons and become a business owner. Her idea is to open Dancing with the Stars Academy, where she will be teaching dance to adolescents and young adults. This paper describes the economic considerations related to Jennifer’s dance academy.
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Electric Zoo Response Paper
Electric Zoo is a musical event that takes place once a year in New York. Arguably the biggest and best musical event in the country, over 100,00 people attended the event this year. This venue features the worlds Top DJs all in one arena performing one after the other. Featuring artists such as Tiesto, Skrillex, David Guetta, Steve Aoki and Sander Van Doorn, This event is mandatory to attend if you are a fan of EDM (electronic dance music). EDM has definitely grown popular in the past few years and provided the joy in life to millions of individuals worldwide.
Electronic dance music was created in the 1980s in Detroit by a man called 'Frankie Knuckles”, who
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of the proclamation of the First Governing Body of 1810, and marking the beginning of the Chilean independence process.
* September 19, known as the "Day of the Glories of the Army".
Chileans celebrate their independence with great fanfare and exuberance. Large shelters called ramadas, which have a dance floor and are generally open-air, are constructed and this is where Chileans gather to drink, sing and dance.
These ramadas have food stalls called fondas, which serve a variety of national food favourites such as empanadas, asadas (open pit barbecues) , anticuchos ( shish kababs) and chicha (an alcoholic drink).
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WILD WEST ' BAR AND RESTAURANT ' :- REVIEW.
BY :- NEHA BHASIN.
Rating :- Highly priced,
Stars :- 4,
Last visit :- 09-02-2011.
My first impression was 'WOW' as i entered a restaurant named WILD WEST in Raipur, C.G. Inside a full length stage runs along one side of this pub, and on the opposite side is a full length bar and open kitchen. In between is the dance floor, and the round booths with tables.
The venue dosen't restrict itself to a particular genre of music. Instead, some nights it transform itself into a club with live Djs ,while other nights it take on a more treditional and laid back vibe
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In this paper we will address the Club IT’s mission and primary clientele. We also will address their information resources which includes intranet resources. Also, we will discuss a strategy that will be able to put the Club IT over the top of its competition and make the most money possible.
The club occupies about 6,000 square feet of space with a 600 square foot dance floor, seating for 220, a kitchen for appetizers and short orders, and a bar with four pourstations. The mission for Club IT is “"We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club
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nasty Saturday morning. When he comes popping in the kitchen and gives me his I am still your baby smile, I know something is up.
“Silent game starts NOW!” he says right before closing is mouth. There is nothing to say, I do give him a, you are going down look. The silent game is our form of play now days. We have gone as long as 4 hours not saying a word. There are a lot hand motions and pointing. To Mitchell this is fun, and I am getting time with him. As the game ends today with me answering the phone by accident he takes his victory dance around the kitchen and I know the memory is forever in by brain.
I believe that playing with Cheyenne is helping her become who I know she can be. I
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. Nora was demanded to eat certain food. Nora Husband calls her by nicknames such as, songbird, squirrel and skylark." These nicknames are representative of Nora's false image she portrays. She is shown as a mindless woman who innocently lives her life according to her husband and wastes her time on frivolous things."(EL&G).
Act II talks about the tarantella dance. Tarantella is a dance created long ago in Italy as a way to survive a bite from a tarantella. This dance is like a workout video. It has lots of spastic moves , spinning, swift and quick movement. In this play, the character uses the tarantella dance to district her husband from reading the letter that reveals her evil
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March 1 2011
Club It is a downtown music venue owned and managed by Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys. They both have degrees in Business Administration. In 2005, Lisa and Ruben decided to follow their hart and goal to open a nightclub call, Club IT. They have live bands on Fridays and Saturdays and have a live DJ on Tuesdays through Thursdays. Their mission is "We, Lisa and Ruben, offer you music live and DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit any ones lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT." Their clientele is people that just want to have a good time. They have a
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gained knowledge, and firsthand experience in what it takes to bring people within their atmosphere. Lisa and Ruben have just finished remodeling the inside of their club, and they were delighted with how it turns out (University of phoenix, 2011).
The club gives off this vibe where people can go and relax, make new friends, dance, drink, and just have fun. Club IT has space up to 6,000 square feet and a 600 square foot dance floor with seating up to 220 people (University of phoenix, 2011). The club offers a short order kitchen with a fully stock bar. It has different variety of music, which is played by a DJ on Tuesdays through Thursdays from hip hop, Latin, Country, Folk, Jazz, R and B
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he three parties involved in this business matter are Ellen DeGeneres, Clean Clothes Company and Joseph A. Bank clothing store. Ellen DeGeneres is suing Clean Clothes Company for using her likeness and dance in a commercial video without her permission. The law that Ellen is presented in the court is misappropriation and right of publicity against the Clean Clothes Company. The Clean Clothes Company is countersuing Ellen DeGeneres for product disparagement. While Joseph A. Banks, is suing Ellen DeGeneres for the reduction of sales on clothes because of an unsolicited comment on her show.
And the law of the right of publicity means Right of publicity means the right of an individual to
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1. How has Islam shaped conceptions of music for the peoples of the Middle East?
In the Middle East, Islam is not just a religion; it is a way of life. Islam’s influence spread in the Middle East music conceptions. For example, the Arabic scale is strongly melodic, based around various maqamat or modes. Also, Mann explains that “under the wide rule of Islam, vulgar lyrics and suggestive dancing by women became illegal. Much post-Islamic music is used in ceremonial dance and recreation. (Mann)” In the Middle East, people may hear their songs of praise and prayer. The “World Music: A global Journey, says that “in addition to being suspicious of the sensual aspects of music Islamic aesthetics
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To prove myself as a quick learner and highly energetic person to face any challenge and to build up my career in such an organization in the marketing, official sector or non-governmental organizations or any company where the contribution will be acknowledgement, if would given the opportunity.
Vice president leo club of Dhaka Kamalapur ,Lions club International , IBAIS Yes Group, Transparency International Bangladesh.(TIB) Social activities
Hobby: Dance, Traveling, Theater, Facebook Chatting
( Word-processing: MS Word (typing speed good), MS Excel, MS Excess, Power Point.
( Internet has a good knowledge to communication through
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SCHOOL YEAR 1415 Semester First
Admission Status Freshman Scholastic Status Regular
Course Code BSPED Course Description BACHELOR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
GWA ( excludes ROTC/CWTS ) 1.61
# Subject Code Description Units Sect Code Final Grade Grade Status
1 EDUC 202 Social Dimensions of Education 3 BSPED 2-A 1.50 P
2 EDUC 203 Facilitating Learning 3 BSPED 2-A 1.00 P
3 EDUC 204 Field Study 1 (Observation) 1 BSPED 2-A 2.00 P
4 EDUC 214 Developmental Reading 3 BSPED 2-A 1.75 P
5 HUM 106 The Arts 3 BSPED 2-A 1.75 P
6 LIT 101A Panitikan ng Pilipinas 3 BSPED 2-A 2.00 P
7 PE 103 Fundamental Dance Steps & Rhythmic Analysis 2 BSPED 2-A 1.50 P
8 SPED 203A Psych. of Children with Special
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Entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and interest of an audience, or gives pleasure and delight. It can be an idea or a task, but is more likely to be one of the activities or events that have developed over thousands of years specifically for the purpose of keeping an audience's attention. Although people's attention is held by different things, because individuals have different preferences in entertainment, most forms are recognisable and familiar. Storytelling, music, drama, dance, and different kinds of performance exist in all cultures, were supported in royal courts, developed into sophisticated forms and over time became available to all citizens. The
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day of Phalgun. People collect sticks and straws lying in streets at a place. At night they gather at that place and set fire to the huge pile of sticks and straws. They sing songs to the accompaniment of drums. They are mad with joy. They break up when the fire fades out.
The main celebration follows the next day. People are in a happy mood. They sprinkle colored water on another. They smear their faces with colored powders. Children spray colored water on the passes-by.
Even the old people are mad with joy. All people are in a jolly mood. They forget social distinctions. They mix with all freely. In our villages people move about with colored water. They sing, dance, and jump about. They
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Oral Presentation on Sir Rupert ‘King Swallow’ Philo
By Shenez Hall
Sir Rupert Philo known to many as ‘King Swallow’ was born on the 14th February, 1942 in the village of Willikies situated in the Parish of St. Phillip right here in this beautiful nation of Antigua.
From birth he was destined to be a singer. Nurtured by church and encouraged by friends, He began competing in the calypso art form, which is and will always be an important part of our ancestral heritage, in 1961. One by one his songs became great hits as he brought music, song and dance to Antigua and even further the Caribbean by relying upon a calypso that lives on today. Swallow’s philosophical and enlightened outlook
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The holiday season gives us a chance to catch up with friends and family. Make a stunning impression this year with these top go to holiday hairstyles.
The emphasis halo braid can is very versatile and can be worn to a casual or formal dinner and is also night life approved. From the dinners to the dance floor the halo braid is super easy to create. Make a deep side part and begin braiding your hair around the perimeter of until you reach the opposite side. Stretch the tail of your braid behind the area where you’ve begin to braid. Lastly secure the tail with a bobby pin.
You can never go wrong with the classic sleek pony. Simply a small
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such as blue notes and African-American styles such as ragtime. Although the foundation of jazz is deeply rooted within the black experience of the United States, different cultures have contributed their own experience to the music as well. Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms".
As jazz spread around the world, it drew on different national, regional, and local musical cultures, which gave rise to many distinctive styles. New Orleans jazz began in the early 1910s, combining earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues with collectivepolyphonic improvisation. In the 1930s, heavily arranged dance-oriented
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We're paying with love tonight
It's not about the money, money, money
We don't need your money, money, money
We just wanna make the world dance,
Forget about the price tag
Ain't about the (uh) Cha-Ching Cha-Ching
Ain't about the (yeah) Ba-Bling Ba-Bling
Wanna make the world dance,
Forget about the price tag.
We need to take it back in time,
When music made us all unite!
And it wasn't low blows and video hoes,
Am I the only one getting tired?
Why is everybody so obsessed?
Money can't buy us happiness
Can we all slow down and enjoy right now
Guarantee we'll be feeling alright
I'm so tired of being here
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machines are in a circle form dedicated to motivate each other. All these amenities changed the mind of many women to join Curves for the environment because it was different from all the rest.
Since Curves first debuted they have kind of been on a market on their own until Zumba. Zumba first started in the 90’s as well but did not hit the United States until early 2000’s. It started with dance workout videos and then in 2005 they received licenses to start teaching Zumba in classes. Zumba is an aerobic class of fast and slow dance moves. It is catered to women but men are welcomed as well. It is similar to how Curve works because it entices people to attend classes in place of the gym
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would learn the role of a woman, or more like the role she were to play as a girl, to a wife, to a mother. The elders of the community would teach the young girls of the community how to cook, the proper way of nurturing a child, and how to uphold herself with dignity and nobility.
This reminds me of this summer; I had the privilege of going to the National Underground Railroad freedom center, while I was touring the museum there was a woman of Nigerian descent who explained how some cultures in Africa required brides to be to dance with plates on both hand, the back of the neck, and the top of the head, they were to dance in front of the elderly women in that community. If they were to
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Aunt Pittypat. They are at a charity dance for the Rebel army, when Scarlett runs into Rhett again. He bids $150 to dance with her. All of the people at the dance were amazed by this because she was just recently widowed. Rhett being the only man around to ask Scarlett out, they become very fond of each other. After spending so much time together, Rhett says to Scarlett that she should be, "kissed and often, by someone who knows how."
Scarlett and Melanie volunteer at the hospital for the wounded from the war. Belle Whatling donates money to the hospital, but no one will take but Melanie because she runs a brothel. Scarlett recognizes the handkerchief from Rhett Butler that the donation
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English as sung together, or singing with instrumental accompaniment. On the Sangeet night, entertainment is provided with the help of professional singers who sing popular Hindi film songs. Family and friends eat, drink and dance the night away. Also during this event ladies will sing traditional Indian songs, and joke around with guests -- includes a good-natured ribbing of the couple's in-laws. Some Indian instruments like the dholki accompany the joking. The dholki is like a two-sided drum. The ceremony is also a good time for the wedding guests to get acquainted with each other.
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subject for two reasons: it involves working with machines - part of the male gender domain and the way it is taught is off-putting to females. Tasks tend to be abstract and teaching styles formal, with few opportunities for group work which, as we saw earlier, girls tend to favour. Thirdly peer pressure is another cause of the gender difference in subject choices. Boys and girls may apply pressure to an individual if they disapprove of his or her choice. For example, boys tend to opt out of music and dance because such activities fall outside the gender domain and so are likely to attract a negative response from peers. Carrie Paetcher (1998) found that because pupils see sport as mainly
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meet the love off their life and get married. The positive effect that this would have had on Jean, would have been really good as you were lucky to find someone who loved you as much as john loves jean, they rock each other’s world and without fail they dance to their wedding song every night under the start lit sky. The negative effect that this would have had on jean would have been big as she would have had to leave her home but she would also have the fear of another war and John having to go away.
The first unpredictable event would have been being made redundant at the age of 45. No one ever expects to me made redundant they expect to be able to choose when they chuck the towel in when
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Climax sound effects
Resolution or denouement important props
Use of dramatic devices: irony, foreshadowing, suspense, surprises
Language: realistic, heroic, archaic, poetic, incantatory, orghast
Setting: period of style
scene changes or changes within single set as play progresses
essential scenic elements
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in a spiritual aspect, and musically. Although, these two religions contrast, they also consume their resemblances in Central Asia and Armenia and Georgia.
In the many countries of Central Asia and Muslim beliefs, there are music that identifies their culture. There is mountain music derived from Kyrgyzstan that consists of Kyrgyz traditional instruments. Two other Muslim countries in Central America such as Uzbekistan and Tajikistan strongly practice its music. Uzbekistan and Tajikistan practices music called “The Shashmaqam” or “six maqam”. Shashmaqam is a genre of music that consist of instrumental pieces, songs, poetry, and dance. Shashmaqam also have performers stylize the
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favorite cartoon as Yu-Gui, break dance with some moving songs as Eminem’s tracks, take pop corns and color them with different colors, or take the popcorns and eat them while you are watching an interesting movie as Rush 2. By this way, you will be calm, tranquil but pleased. Then, boredom will flow away.
However, in a case where all the above suggestions seem unkind, disturbing and annoying, it would be better to listen to a smooth music and go bed.
In short, leaving the body acts freely and liberating the mind from routine and daily activities will both help a lot in avoiding boredom all along. They help in letting the person energetic and willing to achieve many desired things. As being deduced from the above examples, by those activities, the body and the brain will feel freer, boundless and they will themselves annoy boredom.
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different shows on at the same time.
* They have reduced the low brow comedy old fashioned clowns bring to the circus, pie throwing and big shoes. Instead it’s now tasteful humour with professional gymnasts and contortionists.
* Cirque du Soleil took their show and wanted to elevate it from the old fashioned views of a circus which is a large tent with straw all over the ground and smells like animals. The wanted to raise their profile to unique venues like the MGM in Las Vegas.
* Cirques’ trademark is that every show is unique to the previous one, and that they create a new theme for every show.
* They create new music and dance routines for every show
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recognized actor that makes the movie even better. The amazing actor Will Smith made his character so realistic and brought it to life. He played his role so smooth and excelled on being the dating coach. Kevin James didn’t stay behind on making his incredible dance moves that played the role of Albert Brennaman. Another amazing actor that always goes perfect with any role she takes part of is Eva Mendes. She was straightforward and made her character seem so realistic with all the events that she was put through. The actors were appropriate and played their roles just as expected, therefore I give this movie a six out of six for the acting.
Another major part of a movie would be the cinematography
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daughters) paths to holy matrimony. A wealthy young man rents a house in Netherfield (where the Bennets live), causing a stir among the family. The young man, Bingley, is accompanied by his two sisters, one married and the other single, and his friend Darcy. Bingley and Jane have mutual interest in each other after attending a dance together. Darcy, on the other hand, is conscious of the Bennets’ social standing and refuses to dance with Elizabeth; however, Darcy finds himself more and more attracted to Elizabeth as time passes. Bingley’s younger sister also shows snobbish characteristics when Elizabeth arrives at Bingley’s house with a dress that was covered with mud due to Elizabeth’s
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Spanish period. Harana are traditional courtship songs in the Mexican-Spanish tradition based on the habanera rhythm while the Kundiman, which has pre-colonial origins from the Tagalog region, uses triple meter rhythm. Kundiman is also characterized by a minor key at the beginning and shifts to a major key in the second half. Its lyrics depict a romantic theme, usually portraying love, passion, or sadness.
In the 1920s Harana and Kundiman became more mainstream musical styles led by performers such as Atang de la Rama, Jovita Fuentes, Conching Rosal, Sylvia La Torre and Ruben Tagalog.
The Tinikling is a Philippine dance which involves two individual performers hitting bamboo poles
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was such an integral part of the artistic life in Greece, that is was only natural to have resulted in a tremendous amount of importance throughout history.
The history of Greek music began with its origins in Ancient Greece, where music was an integral part of daily life. Mousiki (“μουσική”), greek term for ‘music’, covered not only music but also dance, literature, and the performance of poetry. Music played a central role to the many activities through Greek life, including religious festivals, banquet gatherings, and added source of entertainment; it was also the object of scientific and philosophical inquiry. Although we have little knowledge of what ancient Greek music sounded
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affected, and it’s all due to the importance of the Arts.
What better way to convey emotions than through body language such as dance, and through the words of a play?
With performing arts, being the number one class cut out of the school curriculum, it is important that the importance of the class and the benefits to the student and community are addressed. If it is agreed that Shakespeare, was one of the best writers of his age, and his sonnets are cherished by everyone alike, then why do we turn our heads when it comes to the visual display of his work and of those others? There is no right answer to this question, although it should make one think about why the importance of the performing
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(téléphoner= to phone)
Nous photographions (photographier : to take a picture)
Ils/elles dansent (danser : to dance)
Nous dessinons (dessiner : to draw)
Je/il joue (jouer : to play)
Je/elle/on regarde (regarder : to watch)
Tu donnes (donner : to give)
Elles discutent (discuter : to discuss)
Tu marches (marcher : to walk)
Vous oubliez (oublier : to forget)
Elle/je reste ( rester : to stay)
« parl »
= I speak
= I’m speaking
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visit at the Cheshire Home, l had the opportunity to talk to some of that elderly person about the activities they are offered. Here are some of those activities; bimbo, exercise, dominos, playing card, walk. They even celebrate the birthday of those people, through dance, song, cake and so on. I have even seen them doing exercise with full of enthusiasm; there was a teacher who was guiding them throughout those steps like clapping their hands, playing with a ball, and some physical movement.
Funding of the agency
The CSR helps the Cheshire Home, the CSR itself distribute money in all those institution. CSR will decide how much to fund. The Cheshire Home is not a charitable one; the
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Wieners. We crack Gretchen, and then we crack the lock on Regina's whole dirty history.
Say "crack" again.
Crack. All right, let's reconvene tonight.
I can't. I have to go to Regina's to practice for the talent show. We're doing a dance to this song...
JANIS AND DAMIAN
"Jingle Bell Rock."
You guys know that song?
Everybody in the English-speaking world knows that song.
They do it every year.
Well, I have to learn it.
(to Janis) Go.
(to Regina) Hey.
Why were you talking to Janis Ian?
I don't know, I mean, she's so weird. She just, you know, came up to me and started talking to me about crack
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doing the dance, I also saw Nani, dad and Rawhiri looking at me. It was like a face that felt really sorry for me, and I saw uncle try to get up halfway, but Nani pulled him down and muttered something. She was gripping him really hard and her lips were quivering.
Then I got it. They knew that Koro wasn’t going to come, and they were feeling sorry for me, as I really wanted Koro to watch the ceremony.
He didn’t come because I’m a girl. I’m not a boy and therefore continue the family role as chief. I don’t blame Koro really. It is my fault that I am a girl.
I saw their eyes getting misty as I performed, but as I thought about Koro not being here, I started to feel more and more
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Club It, Part one
May 10, 2010
In this essay, I will give a description of Club IT’s mission, primary clientele, the role of
the IT department, how they managed their information resources and what competitive
advantage strategy that would best benefit the business.
Club IT‘s mission statement is: "We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance
space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a
community that meets regularly at Club IT" (Rainer & Turban, 2008). The primary clientele of
Club IT consists of young local professionals, adult students, vacationers as well as commerce
travelers. Club IT’s
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memory of this first date behind, when Brian nudged my arm. With a shy half smile he asked me if I had a date for homecoming. I told him no, butterflies dancing a samba in my stomach. Brian nodded and asked if I would accompany him to the dance. Dizzily I accepted. So my first date wasn't exactly how I had planned. My first homecoming was three weeks from that day, and I remember smiling to myself as Brian took my hand under the table. I planned on choosing our restaurant for that date!!
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on how they become conditioned to racism and discrimination. I believe this activity would
show students that there are times we do discriminate and don’t realize that we do just because
we are different. We also need to get the parents involved in a lot of these activities, because
parents often put discrimination in to their children and really don’t realize they do it. These
activities will be an eye opener just because you are different doesn’t mean it is a bad thing. This
is an opportunity to learn so much about different tradition, cultures, languages and disabilities,
we are equal different is good. Just because someone is in a wheel chair doesn’t mean he can
not dance he
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. “The airline does not assign seats, and, much like a bus, passengers typically board on a first-come, first-served basis and sit wherever they want”(Peterson, 2009, p.06). There are customers that like airlines with the option to select their seat and have the ability to fly first class. With Southwest Airlines being a low cost airline this does bring about more cost conscious travelers like students, families with children, which can equate to a typical non-business traveler. Some flyers do not find the humor in the song and dance for safety that the flight attendants perform.
A government regulation that affects the airline is security. Security plays a big role in the
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3. Hiện tại đơn. Chia động từ trong ngoặc
1. I (love) you.
2. This (weigh) 20 kilograms.
3. Ron (seem) serious.
4. We (like) tomatoes.
5. The boy (want) to play.
6. You (need) to sleep.
7. They (agree) with me.
8. She (hear) something strange.
9. The box (contain) food.
10. Emma (appear) sad.
11. David (know) how to fix a car.
12. Daniel and Liz (seem) happy.
13. This (smell) bad.
14. I (believe) you.
15. We (be) number one!
1. I (not ride) horses.
2. You (not sell) cars.
3. He (not bring) gifts.
4. She (not take) pictures.
5. It (not cost) so much.
6. We (not seem) so happy.
7. They (not buy) new products.
8. Michael (not dance).
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seems to be an adventurer, but also a very responsible boy.
“..Oh Mother, I need to see the world. I need to see the sun rise in the tropics, and watch the Northern Lights dance in the Arctic sky, and most of all I need to make my fortune..”(P.2, 18-19) He wants to see the world, but most of all he wants to make a fortune, so he can build his mom a house, so it seems like they do not have a home, or at least a lousy one, which brings me to the setting of the story.
The overall setting of this story seems to be filthy. London seems to be dirty at this time. We get the feeling of a dirty city, and the make it even worse is the Thames River described as an even filthier element, where bodies
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works as a computer programmer for a large software company?
14. The stage manager,Vicente Diaz, has worked hard day after day to help make the school play a success.
15. Katherine has read every published work of her favorite author,N. Scott Momaday.
16. Nathan’s newest painting, the one with the beach in the background, is one of his best so far.
17. A talented graphic artist, Coretta hopes to work for a magazine or book publisher.
18. The instructor and his partner were demonstrating the tarantella, a regional folk dance of southern Italy.
19. My report is on Charles Drew, a physician who is known for his research on blood plasma and who organized many blood bank programs during World War II.
20. The adviser for the drama club, Mr. Hill, is going to retire next year.