Archetype is a universally understood symbol, term, or pattern of behavior, a prototype
upon which others are copied, patterned, or emulated. Archetypes are often used in
myths and storytelling across dif
My earliest memory as a child is when three friends and I in kindergarten took orange
slices and bit down on them and it looked like we had giant orange smiles.
When I was little I used to be a really
It is possible to be struck by a
meteor or a single-engine plane while
reading in a chair at home. Pedestrians
are flattened by safes falling from
rooftops mostly within the panels of
the comics, but s
In this lab we are becoming more familiar with the reactions of copper. We will familiarize
ourselves with balancing equations. We will verify the law of conservation of matter. We are
evaluating our skills of d
Ryan Galipeau Michael Link
U.S. History Period 4
3 November 2016
The Civil War technologies
The civil War started in 1850 and ended in 1877. The American civil war was regarded as
the first modern war because it was the first was to follow the ind
1. Where did the energy that all cells use to do work originate? Cellular respiration.
2. Define the term respiration. The exchange of gases between an organism and its environment.
3. Describe h
Final Reflection Paper
I did my Christian service at Saint John Vianney elementary school. While I was there I
tutored economically needy children and I also provided day care to them while their
parents worked. Saint
Chapter 2 and 3 review
1. how many naturally occurring elements are there? 92 elements.
2. How many chemical elements are essential for life? 25 elements.
3. Name the elements that make up 96% of your body weight?
22 September 2015
Dialectical Journal #2
Why I Write by George Orwell is an autobiography about Orwells writing career and
his struggles as a kid to be a writer. Orwell was a loner as a child; he used to h