Swimming Essay Examples

  • A Separate Peace Finny

    456 words - 2 pages

    ?He was everywhere, he enjoyed himself hugely, he laughed out loud at passing sea gulls"(39). This line is describing Phineas, or Finny, and how he lives life to it?s fullest and seizes the day. Finny is an example of living the "carpe diem" (seize the day) philosophy. There are a few examples in the first part of this novel of how Finny takes advantage of life. The first example is how he enjoys himself so much at the beach. Gene describes how Finny has such a great time at the beach as seen in the opening quote. He says he runs all over the place and jumps i

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    The Greens Boat

    299 words - 2 pages

    A week ago when Chris was with his family he saw a boat that sank some time ago. It seemed so mysterious and cool that he asked his dad if he knew what happened to it. His dad told him that it was a creapy story but that it was really interesting, and said if you are prepared to hear it I will tell you, and Chris said yes. Five years ago there was a couple named the Greens that lived at that boat, they were married since they were 30 and when the tragedy happened they were 50. They lived there since they got married and only one day a week they got out to buy groceries. When they came ba

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    How To Be A Lifeguard

    663 words - 3 pages

    “You have to be strong enough to handle being a lifeguard.” This is the first sentence that the instructor will tell you when he starts teaching you how to be a lifeguard. Being a lifeguard means to prevent accidents, care for everybody and be prepared in case of emergencies; physically and mentally. Life guarding can be the best job you do in your life if you are efficient and professional in it and the only ways is by practicing and following the correct steps. First and the most important thing is you have to watch these people in the swimming pool very carefully; scan the bottom of the sw

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    Dreadful Sorry Book Review

    561 words - 3 pages

    17-yr-old Molly is the main character in ‘Dreadful Sorry’ by Kathryn Reiss. She has the same terrifying nightmare, time and time again, and an overwhelming fear of water. After nearly drowning at a pool party, her dream occurs more frequently and she finds herself haunted by visions that feel more like memories. When Molly has these visions, she is back in the early 1900s as Clementine Horn, the girl from her nightmare. Molly finds that she has a series of connections to this girl. For example, in the past, Clementine had a lover named Hob and now in the present a guy name

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    My Essay

    288 words - 2 pages

    The Best Time of Year Of all the seasons, there is one that I think all people enjoy most. All through winter and spring, I look forward to summer. Summer is the best time of year because it gives me the chance to enjoy freedom outdoors, the warm weather, swimming, and the chance to be with my friends. The first reason why I enjoy summer is that there is no school. I do not have to get up early in order to catch the bus. I can get up whenever I like, and I can take my time getting dressed and eating breakfast. I do not have to spend my evenings doing homework. For nearly

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    Past Experiences Personal Statement

    276 words - 2 pages

    Mother’s day has reminded of a very tragic time in my childhood. One very beautiful spring morning I ran up to my mother and said I loved her. She told me that after awhile we were going to my grandmothers. I was extremely exited, got myself dressed and went outside to play basketball with my friend Darrell. He told me how our friends were going swimming and he was going with them. A little while later my mother called me and said it was time to go. After I got to my grandmothers, everyone started grilling out. Then my friend Mike and I started throwing a Frisbee. When I started smelling the f

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    Awakening

    531 words - 3 pages

    In The Awakening by Kate Chopin, the main character Edna has a fascination with the sea that is never satiated. In the outset of her life she is mystified by it because she is unable to swim. To Edna, the sea represents the ultimate place for solitude and contemplation; the sea invites “the soul to wander for a spell of abysses of solitude; to lose itself in mazes of inward contemplation.” (13). When she finally learns to swim she pushes herself to go farther and farther, where no woman has ever gone before. The progression of Edna skill in the water also closely correlates with her mental awa

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    How The Rainbow Came About

    458 words - 2 pages

    There once was a woman name Tetra, the goddess of spectrum, fell madly in love with a human man, named Seth. Together they made a family, and had a son named Bowa who inherited his mother’s beautiful colors in his long hair. The color of his hair changed with his mood. When Bowa turned five years old tragedy struck, and his father died of natural causes. Humans don’t leave forever. Tears of misery and sorry then ran down Tetra’s bright red cheeks. As her hair turned grey, dark clouds hovered across the earth’s bountiful land. Her tears poured all over the earth, causing the earth, and all its

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    Swimming As A Lifetime Activity

    247 words - 1 page

    Swimming is a healthy activity that can be continued for a lifetime. Swimming is a great exercise that benefits the entire body. Regular swimming builds strength, endurance, and cardiovascular fitness. Swimming is a good alternative to land-based cardio exercises. Running everyday can cause pain for many people and an injury to a knee or leg can often cause a hiatus from training. Due to the low impact of swimming, it is a good alternative. Swimming can keep a person's heart rate up without the constant impact and pressure of a land-based exercise such as running. Swimming burns approx

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    Cool Personal Statement

    523 words - 3 pages

    It was one of those nights that the sky was clear and the stars were visible. I was asked by my cousin to go out for our Saturday nights pool. My girlfriend and I just finished arguing about something I can't even remember, usually she wouldn't want me going out with them. She knew the kind of people they were nice, but something always up their sleves. I usually think twice but this time, I had not second thoughts. It started off as my friends and I took a drive around the town at late midnight. I hopped into my cousins friends car and drove off. There was 4 of us in the litttle car, w

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    Narrative Essay

    402 words - 2 pages

    There are particular songs that have the ability to take you back to a time in your past. They can force you to think about how and why you were feeling happy, confused, excited, sad, or angry during those moments. Music was not something that I pursued in high school, but I can remember a few songs from those four years which will always especially stand out to me. There is one specific song which makes me think of an experience I had this past May. When I listen to it, I cannot help but reminisce about what things I saw, felt, tasted, smelt, and heard during the afternoon of that day. One d

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    Swimming Vs Running

    562 words - 3 pages

    Swimming vs. Running The age old question, which is the best work out? I won’t tell you, but I will give you information to choose. Both have great qualities they share, but are different in their own ways! They each have their pros and cons. This might sway you either way. Which is better well that’s for you to decide. Swimming is a way to get away. If you put a swim cap and goggles you can’t tell one person apart from another. Jumping into the water you disappear. As if you were never there. One may drown all their thoughts in the water. The only thing you can here is you mind and the

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    Carnival Cruise

    2038 words - 9 pages

    Carnival Cruise Sept. 12,1996, I was standing in line along with my older sister, Tina, and her wonderful husband, David, not knowing that I was about to experience one of the best vacations ever. I was only twelve years old and had not traveled many places. There we stood along the coast in the blazing heat with hundreds of different types of people, speaking different kinds of languages, as the fishy smelling wind blew heavily, helping us stay cool. Police checked everyone’s passports as drug dogs sniffed everyone’s bags. Three hours after standing around, we were finally reached the e

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    Water Polo

    279 words - 2 pages

    Swimming is the act of moving through water by using the arms and legs. There is no way of telling how long the sport has been around. Pictures and drawings show men swimming in a dog stroke. The first known race happened in the year 1844 in London, England and was established by the England's Swimming Society. In this race, American Indians won using windmill strokes. The sport of swimming was introduced in 1896 in Athens, Greece. It was later split into the following events: the backstroke, the breaststroke and the butterfly. There was also a time when people were afraid of swimming b

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    The Swimmer

    264 words - 2 pages

    One of the main ideas that is conveyed in John Cheever's The Swimmer is the way in which life consists of different mental stages and how they each affect the consciousness of the mind. In The Swimmer, Neddy goes through different swimming pools and this represents the different journeys in his life. He progresses from boundless optimism to endless despair as the seasons go by. The times when Neddy is in or out of the water also represents the emotions he is going through and perhaps can correlate to the emotions felt throughout the duration of ones life. For example, when Neddy is not swimmi

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    How I Learnt Swimming

    474 words - 2 pages

    HOW I LEARNT SWIMMING Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I have ever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided that swimming was an important skill that I should learn. I also thought it would be good exercise and help me to become physically stronger. What I didn't realize was that learning to swim would also make me a more confident person. New situations always make me a bit nervous, and my first swimming lesson was no exception. After I changed into my bathing suit in the locker room, I stood timidl

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    Swimmig Is An Excellent Form Of Exercise

    272 words - 2 pages

    Swimming is a good exercise .Swimming is a lifetime sport that benefits the body and the whole person! But what is it that makes swimming good, specifically? That depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Swimming is a healthy activity that can be continued for a lifetime - and the health benefits swimming offers for a lifetime are worth the effort it takes to get to the pool. Swimming can help you. Kicking workouts, water aerobics, pool running, or a regular swimming workout can all give you a great exercise session without the weight of your body pounding you with each move. Regular

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    Holy Sinner

    1397 words - 6 pages

    It was three years ago when the tragic event occurred. It saddens me to the core just thinking about it. The worst thing about it was that I had no control over the situation, I felt like a insignificant onlooker, unable to help. My name is Daniel Wickkerly and this is the horrific story of one my best mates, Alex (Lex) Harley. It was the January of 2004, during our summer holidays when Lex called me, “Tomorrows gonna be a stinker lets head off to Trigg Point in the arvo for a surf, ey?” I replied yes in an instant. I loved the surf at Trigg and it had been what felt like an eternity s

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    Smells And Memory

    318 words - 2 pages

    To me, the power of smell invokes some distinct memories, from the pleasant to the unpleasant. For example, the smell of apple crisp reminds me of my family, and the most joyous holiday occasions of my youth. Every Thanksgiving and Christmas, mother would bake an apple crisp with granny smith apples and sweet cinnamon. The smell would saturate the house and permeate to the outside, such that I was called away from play activities with a single waft and brought back home. Now, I only have a few occasions to smell apple crisps. When I do, it holds on to me like a blanket and the taste so wa

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    Comparing A Friend With Swimming

    787 words - 4 pages

    9th February 2009 Title: ''Compare and contrast, knowing a friend, to knowing how to swim, knowing a scientific theory and knowing a historical period. What conclusions about the nature of knowledge can you need? In order to know how to compare and contrast one thing or the other, in terms of knowledge, one individual must know the meaning of 'knowledge' itself which we can be defined as a particular awareness or the way of been familiar due to some specific experiences or situation but also and having a knowledge of something means knowing the particular thing. For ex

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    The Swimmer Summary Detailed Summary

    1957 words - 8 pages

    This story opens on a midsummer Sunday, one in which "everyone sits around saying 'I drank too much last night,"' from churchgoers, the priest himself, golfers and tennis players, to the leader of the Audubon Group. Donald and Helen Westerhazy and Lucinda and Neddy Merrill are sitting by the Westerhazy's pool. Neddy, a youthfully slender man, slid down the banister and jogged to the dining room for coffee. He then sat dipping his hand in the water of the pool, his other hand around a glass of gin, having just gone swimming. Neddy thought about his own house, eight miles to the south, where

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    LZR RACER

    1580 words - 7 pages

    Today’s world is competitive. Everyone wants to be better, faster, and more superior. In a time where winning is almost everything and tenths to hundredths of seconds determine the difference a winner and runner-up, technology is pushing athletes further and further. In the swimming world, most swimmers would say the swimsuit you wear does matter. So what swimsuits are high-performing athletes wearing? The entire 2008 U.S. Olympic Swim Team was stacked with the new LZR Racer designed by Speedo®. With the outstanding benefits of the LZR Racer, it may seem like it is altering the sport of swimmi

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    Swimming

    471 words - 2 pages

    Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I've ever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided that swimming was an important skill that I should learn. I also thought it would be a good exercise and help me to become physically stronger. What I didn't realize was that learning to swim would also make me a more confident person. New situations always make me a bit nervous, and my first swimming lesson was no exception. After I changed into my bathing suit in the locker room, I stood timidly by the side of th

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    Going To The Beach

    1451 words - 6 pages

    Have you ever been to the ocean before? Have you ever smelled the crisp saltiness of the ocean carrying with it the faint stench of fish? Or felt the cold breeze sweeping through the strands of your hair while the sun beamed down on you from all angles? My first trip to the ocean was both scary and spellbinding. The sun was in a fury all its own, the temperature getting closer to becoming a three digit number, and the swishing of the ocean entrancing as it pulled its victims in and out. I was hesitant. Of course I was. This was the first time I’d been to the ocean--a place I only used to

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    Mikey P EMT

    488 words - 2 pages

    Mikey P EMT Written by: Tim Syoen Illustrations by :Mike pacocha Mikey P is an amazing lifeguard. He can save anyone from drowning. Yes, even you! There isn't a lifeguard in this world who is as good as him. Why, you might ask? Mikey P is also an emergency medical technician, or EMT. You might think he doesn't need help, being an EMT and all, but sometimes the problems just get too out of controll for him to handle by himself. This is the story about him facing his biggest problem known to date, and how one one unknown person comes to his side to save the day. It was a brisk j

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    The Swimmer

    444 words - 2 pages

    The Swimmer The short story “The Swimmer” by John Cheever is a story that takes place in the 1950’s in a classic suburban town situated in New York. The story allows a glimpse into a time period that was very surreal, filled with cocktail parties, sex and the attempt to achieve the American dream. Throughout the story the reader witnesses the emotional downfall of the main character Neddy Merrill, who at the beginning appears to be an affluent, in shape man who has a family and many friends to match. As the story progresses Neddy travels around his town abruptly showing up at neighbors

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    Things To Do At The Beach

    467 words - 2 pages

    "I love the beach!" - That is just one of the things I say when I was to VungTau Beach for summer holiday with my mom, dad, and my friend. In the past, I thought that spending time at the beach is limited to just swimming, but now, after the trip, I found out that there are tons of other great activities that can be enjoyed on the beach, such as build a sand castle, take a walk and watch the sunset, or just simply lie in idleness on the beach and listen to the sound of surf. One of the things that many kids love to do when going to the beach is building a superb sand castle. But it’s not only

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    Creative Writing Essay

    635 words - 3 pages

    A day at the Pools. “Its here, there’s a fucken fish here” Rory’s muffled yelp wafted across the jagged surface of the rock pools. I looked up to were his voice was coming from, a large crater of a rock pool that’s lush underwater vegetation stood out against the otherwise barren landscape of the bland rock. My heart thumped, I was ecstatic as I stood up out of the shallow rock pool that I had been endlessly combing for fish, leaping out I bounded over the jagged rocks almost slipping several times on the slimy layer of rubbery looking seaweed that coated every foot of the rocks, stopping

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    How To Install An Inground Pool

    840 words - 4 pages

    Specific Purpose: To inform my audience hot to install an in ground swimming pool. Central Idea: If you are mechanically inclined, you most likely have the skills to install your own in ground swimming pool. Introduction My 17 year old son has a heart condition called Sub Aortic Stenosis. Last summer we thought he would need open heart surgery, but the doctors wanted us to wait and watch his condition. They also suggested that when the time comes to do the surgery the healthier he was the better he would do during the surgery. They suggested that he be on a regular exercise routine

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    My Back Porch

    360 words - 2 pages

    On a hot summer day, the only good place to go is to the lake. You would go out to the lake to enjoy the water, the sun, the activities that are happening, or just to be with family and friends. When you're at the lake, there are some very distinct smells. The hickey smell of campfire smoke always lets you know that there are marshmallows and hotdogs being roasted. You'll never want to touch your hair from putting your fingers on the sticky marshmallow, to me it's just crazy glue. But you can always enjoy the sweet coconut smell of sun tanning lotion that people put on themselves while they l

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    How To Swim The Freestyle Stroke

    425 words - 2 pages

    The freestyle is also known as the front crawl or the sidestroke. It is used in competitions but there are no real regulations on how it has to be swum. Most swimmers choose to swim front crawl during freestyle competition because it is the fastest technique. For individual freestyle competitions, however, a swimmer can use any stroke they want, but during medley competitions they cannot use the breaststroke, butterfly stroke or backstroke. The freestyle stroke involves: coordination, movement and breathing. First off, coordination is the key to successfully learning how to swim. Visualize a

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    Water Water Everywhere

    927 words - 4 pages

    Taylor Jones Mr. Turlington 9/15/10 English Comp 1 Water, Water Everywhere! Have you ever had a moment in time that seems like minutes or hours, even though it was only a few seconds? Have you ever seen everything before you play out in slow motion, where you are aware of everything around you, yet not knowing what was going on? I have, and as I look back on it, I’m very blessed to still be here on this earth. On October 21, 1993, I decided to take a little swim in our swimming pool and almost drowned. On that fateful day in October, I was a couple months shy of my third birthday.

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    Narrative Essay

    667 words - 3 pages

    Ethel L. Williams Mr. Dennis Harried English Composition I 06 October 2010 Learning How to Swim Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I have ever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided that swimming was an important skill that I should learn. I also thought it would be good exercise, and it would help me to become physically stronger. What I did not realize was that learning to swim would also make me a more confident person. I had learned new situations which can be scary; I learned how to get over my fear, a

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    Functional Words

    1173 words - 5 pages

    To the basic functional series of words in English belong the article, the preposition, the conjunction, the particle, the modal word, the interjection. The article expresses the specific limitation of the substantive functions. The preposition expresses the dependencies and interdependences of substantive referents. The conjunction expresses connections of phenomena. The particle unites the functional words of specifying and limiting meaning. To this series, alongside of other specifying words, should be referred verbal postpositions as functional modifiers of verbs, etc. The modal word,

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    My Ideas To Make Mumbai Special

    1893 words - 8 pages

    [pic] Swimming Swimming is a hobby as well as a sport and a very good form of exercise. Swimming is about movement through water using almost every part of your body to propel yourself through the water. When swimming, you will use your hands, arms, legs, body, neck, shoulders, and feet. Every muscle will be exercised all at once which makes swimming a great exercise. Swimming is also fun and you get to cool down in the water on hot days. What do I need to start swimming as a hobby? To start swimming as a hobby, you would need access to a swimming pool. Usually you can get access t

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    Lake

    360 words - 2 pages

    On a hot summer day, the only good place to go is to the lake. You would go out to the lake to enjoy the water, the sun, the activities that are happening, or just to be with family and friends. When you're at the lake, there are some very distinct smells. The hickey smell of campfire smoke always lets you know that there are marshmallows and hotdogs being roasted. You'll never want to touch your hair from putting your fingers on the sticky marshmallow, to me it's just crazy glue. But you can always enjoy the sweet coconut smell of sun tanning lotion that people put on themselves while they l

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    Swimming

    532 words - 3 pages

    Can’t think. My body shakes and screams from the tension. Hearth pounding, nerves tingling, every muscle contracted. Stop. Focus. Deep breath and close everything out. I shut my eyes and the turbulent world in which I submerged goes black and silent. Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided that swimming was important skill that I should learn. I also thought it would be good exercise and help me to become physically strong

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    Advertisements

    3892 words - 16 pages

    Your guide to a safe and fun time at the seaside life first Hello! Our aim at the RNLI is to always put life first. You’ll be pleased to hear that our lifeboat crews will be looking out for your safety while you have your well-deserved break at the beach. You might be lucky enough to have RNLI lifeguards right there with you too. You can find out more about our lifesavers in this booklet and read about a couple of real-life rescues – but mostly this guide is about making your day at the seaside even more enjoyable. It’s full of hints and tips from us and our friends at the Eden Project to

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    How I Learned To Swim

    268 words - 2 pages

    How I learned to swim The Outline: 1. Is swimming exciting or not? 2. Why I wanted to learn how to swim 3. Who taught me? 4. How happy I feel after learning it Swimming is one of the best pastimes that people have. Learning how to swim is indeed very exciting. It was my sister who taught me how to swim. Every day, for about a week, she took me to the swimming pool in the park in my town and spent about three hours teaching me how to swim. However, the first lesson that I had in swimming was very unpleasant. I sank several times and not only drank a lot of water but also let som

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    A Summers Day At The Beach

    315 words - 2 pages

    A summer’s day at the beach One summer’s day when I was nine years old I can remember going to the beach. The sun seemed brighter than I had ever seen it before and the sky was as blue as a sapphire. The sand was as smooth as silk and I could feel every fine grain pass between my toes. The wind was blowing past me like a hurricane; I could hardly stand on my feet. After a few minutes of being there I decided that I wanted to play in the water so I put on my swimming trunks and ran off to the bottom of the beach. As I stepped into the water I could feel a sharp shiver running through my b

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    Learning The Impossible

    445 words - 2 pages

    Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I'veever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided thatswimming was an important skill that I should learn. I alsothought it would be good exerciseand help me to become physically stronger. What I didn't realize was that learning to swimwould also make me a more confident person. New situations always make me a bit nervous, and my first swimming lesson was noexception. After I changed into my bathing suit in the locker room, I stood timidly by theside of the pool waiting for the

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    Swimming Report

    1741 words - 7 pages

    Subheia Ayyad Mr. Manning Period 6th 2/9/2011 Swimming Report Swimming is a very important skill to know. It is best to learn to swim when you are young, but it’s never too late. You never know when you need to be rescued. Anything can happen to even the best swimmer in the world. Safety is the most important thing in learning how to swim. You should always be careful about what you are doing in the water. Learning how to float will make you feel comfortable in deep water. If you are tired after a while of swimming, floating will definitely help you relaxed and make everything ar

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    The Swimmer

    395 words - 2 pages

    In John Cheevers short story "The Swimmer" the main character Neddy Merrill goes through a drastic change. He starts off with having a wife and children, and being quite popular. Despite being older, he wants to regain youth by swimming the entire county through all his neighbors’ swimming pools. While at a party he realizes he can swim home through the chain of pools. At first, he is welcomed into his neighbors’ pools graciously. At each house he takes a drink and swims a lap in the pool. Though this whole story seems to play out over a few hours, its actually been years. As time passes, peop

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    Wning Experience

    978 words - 4 pages

    Two Near Drowning Experiences Once, I nearly drowned. My near death experience took place several years ago when I was a graduate in the Burma. In Burma 10 grade was a last year for high school student. Eleven of us graduate students had decided to go canoeing in a local river. I remember at first I hesitated because I did not know how to swim, but my friends assured me blithely that with ten other people around there was no way I could drown. So I went. It was a lovely afternoon and the river was small and surprisingly swift. We got canoes from some kind of rental place and I found myself

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    Quakerism

    783 words - 4 pages

    Pond Lab Report Advanced biology Ben Lawson-Duck 9/10/08 Abstract o Introduction: lab the main focus of this lab was the pond, our objectives were to learn how labs were done and to discover what exactly was in the pond o Methods: we went to the pond and collected data on pond life o Results: we discovered that there was lots of pond life o Discussion: we found that the pond has a neutral no3 of 7 o Conclusion: I learned that different focuses of the microscope do no necessarily make it easier to see a protist or other organism Introduct

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    The Beach

    267 words - 2 pages

    “Oh no mom I can’t do it I’m too tired, I’m sorry. I just can’t go, someone will notice us!” Wait wait. Sorry, hi I’m JOSE and this is my story but I think I’ll start from the beginning. It was a summer of 2008 and me and my family were at the beach. We were all having fun in the sun, but all my sister wanted to do was build a sand castle or, just play in the sand. So I just played with her but after a while me and her went boggy boarding and we had so much fun then my mom and dad did it too. We all had a lot of fun. But then after a while we all got out of the wate

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    Big Blue Ocean

    309 words - 2 pages

    The ocean is big and blue and is full of things too. It has animals and bacteria and organisms that are necaessary for our human life. It as wonderful things such as animals and coral and plants and rocks. The mvie finding nemoo takes place in the ocean. Nemo is a clown fish, but that does not mean that he or his dad is funny. dORY, ON THE other hand is praetty funny, but thats only because she has short term memory loss and is hyperactive. I have a friend who is hyperactive also, and he takes aderal. Back to the ocean, there are thouaands pon thousands of different organisms that live in it.

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    Favorite Place

    942 words - 4 pages

    Truong, Dang Professor Larsen English 95F 13 April 2011 The Sea: My Favorite Place Everybody has his or her own favorite places; the favorite places can be anywhere. They can be the place that people use to come every day to eat, to relax, or to have fun with friends or family. Favorite places can be an expensive or cheap restaurant, a movie theater, or game center. They can also be the place that people go there once or twice on the holyday. It is no matter what place it is, if people feel comfortable, relax, have fun and enjoy their free time, it is their favorite place. If some

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    College Essay

    392 words - 2 pages

    Will Tran As far as I can remember, almost as vividly as memories from only a few years ago, my first time going to the public swimming pool at the age of two…to learn how to swim. Learning how to swim at an early age is not exactly a painstaking process but it is certainly not every toddler’s desire either. It was a cool April afternoon, the sky was blue, bright and almost cloudless. I was already on my way to the swimming pool with my uncle, Jani, a friend of my mother from Slovenia. He was a young, tall guy with a distinctive thick black pair of glasses. And certainly, he was

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    Project Proposal 463 Mgt

    1632 words - 7 pages

    Project Proposal Paper: Building an In-ground Pool Background and Statement of Need The purpose of this project is to build an in-ground pool for the Tibbs family. The Tibbs family is a southern family. The family consists of a mother, father, and two daughters. The daughters are seven and nine. The family lives in a middle-class neighborhood. The family owns two vehicles. The Tibbs family spends extra money on hotels and going to water parks to give the children some form of water activity several times a year. This year the family decides to install an in-ground pool in the backyard.

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