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Year Old Girl Seven Years
754 wordsIt was December 3 rd, and Father Monsignor Ferris went about his rounds of locking up the church. However, he did not know that Lenny, a skilled burglar, was waiting in the confessional until the moment Father Ferris left. He had come to steal a chalice with a star-shaped diamond and the daily collection of money. He got what he wanted and attempted to Meanwhile, an eighteen year old girl who had just given birth to a newborn baby decided that she really was not able to take care of this baby. A...
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Hit His Head Head On A Rock Chalice
387 wordsA long, long time ago when the earth was very young, all that existed on the earth was plants and animals. The animals ruled the earth. Among the animals were many different kinds. However, the animals never interacted outside of their species. The gotemaliks socialized with other gotemaliks and the chalice socialized with each other. The gotemaliks and the chalice were very special species. They didn't just only socialize with each other because they desired to, but because of the uncontrollabl...
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Ambrose Up For Adoption Joseph Of Arimathia Basil
1,443 wordsThe Silver Chalice by Thomas B. Contain is a spectacular story which takes place about twenty years after Jesus ascended into Heaven. It tells of how a young man named Basil was adopted by a rich merchant. But, when the rich merchant died, Basil's cousin stole Basil's inheritance; and made him a slave. After a few years he was to be rescued, married, and to gain back his inheritance. The story begins when a rich merchant named Ignatius asked Theron, a seller of pens, if he was willing to give Am...
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State Of Mind Murder Duncan
888 wordsThis essay is going to depict the moral decline of Macbeth. It will show how the language used provides imagery and detailed analysis of Macbeth's state of mind. Macbeth, in his first soliloquy, finds himself struggling with his conscience, over the possibility of regicide. He is concerned that the consequences he would face were vast, and that there are many reasons why he should not murder Duncan. This first soliloquy clearly shows that these are his first thoughts on the matter, because of th...
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Grief For A Fathers Death Hamlets Vs Laertes
962 wordsLaertes' and Hamlet's immediate reactions when they learn of their father's unnatural deaths are widely different. When Laertes learns that his father is gone, he is outraged and "o'er bears [Claudius's] officers. The rabble call him lord... / They cry 'Choose we! Laertes shall be king!' " (4. 5. 105, 109). Laertes takes action immediately by bursting into the castle, and demanding "O thou vile king, / give me my father!" (4. 5. 119 - 20). Laertes' anger overrules his rational thought, and he ac...
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Sword Of David Holy Grail Spear
1,236 wordsWhat is the Holy Grail? A chalice? A philosophers stone? The bloodline of Christ? In Arthurian romances the quest for the ever-elusive Holy Grail and the secrets therein was the highest spiritual pursuit one could embark on. In today's times it is a mental, rather than a physical, journey, and while not fraught with the danger it once was, it is still, for all practical purposes, an exciting and adventurous journey. To discover the truth of the identity of the Holy Grail, one must first look to ...
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Waterfall As A Starting Point Waterfall As A Starting Hardy
970 wordsUsing The Waterfall As A Starting Point, Using The Waterfall As A Starting Point, Discuss The Importance Of Memory In Hardy's Poems Memory is very important in relation to Thomas Hardy's poems as he has a very limited amount of themes which he uses. Although he wrote thousands of poems, his themes are limited to those of death, regret, love, nostalgia, reminiscence, and missed opportunities. All these themes are linked with his memories, and his past. At the beginning of the 20 th Century, there...
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