Production of Electricity Through Trash

Currently, the world is facing a huge demand for electricity and companies are not able to produce enough to meet that demand. That is why we face power cuts. The reason why companies are not able to keep up with the demand is that we are running out of non-renewable sources. Our main source, oil, […]

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Preparing for war

It’s about 6:30 am on Omaha beach, me and my men are packed on boats, preparing for war. I can see the fear and anxiety on the soldier’s faces and how stress they are, huddled together like a tin of sardines. As Captain of 3rd Regiment I need to be calm, yet I am quietly […]

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Catching the Pike

“That past nightfall I dared not cast”. The grandeur of the majestic killers freezes the hairs on the back of my neck. Their iridescent scales glimmer as the moonlight reflects on them, waning and glowing. Their mighty presence dominates the surroundings as I tremble with fishing rod in hand. Dare I threaten them? Do I […]

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Travel writing – describing my local area

The weather was very bitter and gloomy in mid December. The weather had suddenly changed during the afternoon, the rain was falling profoundly and the dark sky was like it had been covered in black soot, rain was spitting violently. I felt extremely abandoned; I went out onto the dark pathway around dusk and looked […]

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Malevolent Commandant

When I was a young child my father was my entire world. He was an adoring, compassionate and sympathetic dad, someone who you would desire. I appreciated and respected my dad more than anyone else. When I look back I have fond memories of when he taught me to ride my bike. It was a […]

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A Funeral

This story is of a funeral, a funeral of a martyr. One who laid his life on the battlefield for his country. The story revolves around the time when the first Gulf War plagued the country of Iraq. It revolves around a solitary character, Zack Indy, also a soldier, whose friend meets his end in […]

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When I was dreaming about Cambridge

Since this is the first composition of the class, I would like to say something that comes to my mind first instead of writing under a rigid manner and I hope I am figuring out how to write a decent essay. When I was 7 or so , I heard about Cambridge. At that time, […]

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Comparing two leaflets

There is a sense of optimism towards public transport in the leaflet published by ‘southeasternrailway’. This feeling is predominantly given by the message that trains allow their users the freedom to explore unfamiliar territories – like Royal Tunbridge Wells’ ‘Pantiles’ and Hastings’ ‘Blue Reef Aquarium’. Of course, the writer’s / writers’ perspective (s) are skewed […]

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Feeling so the loss, i cannot choose but ever weep the friend

Shoulders slumped under the weight of Death’s hand, i stood in the cemetry in silence. The tears came thick and fast, as the men lowered her casket into the ground, the mouth of Mother Earth swallowing her child. Eyes swollen with saturated grief, i looked up at the sky, at the dark clouds that shrouded […]

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How is America beautiful

I will tell you about it. It was a cold Novemeber day; the air was clear and fresh. My my family and I were hiking in Sequoia National Park. The trail we chose curled up the mountain through a jungle of big Sequoias and snow covered rocks. We were told that we would have an […]

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