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Ap english Language – Fitzgerald Rhetorical Terms/DevicesAp english Language – Fitzgerald Rhetorical Terms/Devices
The stylistic elements in a piece of writing work to produce a desired effect related to the text’s (and author’s) purpose, and thus reveals the rhetorical situation
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English 1101-003 Oral Literacy ProjectEnglish 1101-003 Oral Literacy Project
God for the new country and the establishment of the new government after the Revolutionary War during a time of peace and prosperity
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President of Convocation Anour Kassim,Chairman of the University CouncilPresident of Convocation Anour Kassim,Chairman of the University Council
Sir a report of our findings and recommendations After these brief remarks Your Excellency allow me to invite the Chairman of the University Council Ndugu Anour Kassim to officially invite you to open this seminar Thank you very much
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The Civil War Life in the ArmyThe Civil War Life in the Army
President Lincoln's call for an additional 300,000 soldiers. Nearly 26 years old, Vredenburgh became a major in the 14th Regiment New Jersey Volunteer Infantry
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Constitution, Bylaws & Articles of AssociationConstitution, Bylaws & Articles of Association
We, the people of name-of-association, grateful for our freedom, in order to secure the blessings of justice, peace, liberty, life and the pursuit of happiness, and above all love, do establish this Constitution
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1861 – 1865 Civil War Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln 18031861 – 1865 Civil War Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln 1803
Jamestown, Virginia – Founded in 1607 by the Virginia Company; Colony was saved by tobacco, House of Burgesses
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\"The Gettysburg Address\""The Gettysburg Address"
Pennsylvania Governor Andrew Curtin commissioned David Wills, an attorney, to purchase land for a proper burial site for the deceased Union soldiers. Wills acquired 17 acres for the cemetery
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Ap united States History Terms and People – Unit 7, Chapter 21 (12th Ed.)Ap united States History Terms and People – Unit 7, Chapter 21 (12th Ed.)
Honor pledge: I strive to uphold the vision of the North Penn School District, which is to inspire each student to reach his or her highest potential and become a responsible citizen
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From: Avalon Project at Yale University and Wikipedia From: Avalon Project at Yale University and Wikipedia 
It was delivered by Lincoln during the American Civil War, on the afternoon of Thursday, November 19, 1863, at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Light cue sheetLight cue sheet
Note: “General” lighting should be moderate—bright but not dazzling—so as not to wash out slides. “Dim” lighting should be roughly one third the intensity of “general
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Review Chapter 17 w/Yellow Answers What city was the capital of the Confederacy ?Review Chapter 17 w/Yellow Answers What city was the capital of the Confederacy ?
How did Ulysses S. Grant’s concept of “total war” differ from earlier strategies ?
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Metaphor: a figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things or ideas; the analogy is conveyed by the use of a metaphorical word in place of some other word. For example: \"Her eyes were glistening jewels\"Metaphor: a figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things or ideas; the analogy is conveyed by the use of a metaphorical word in place of some other word. For example: "Her eyes were glistening jewels"
Colonel Kurtz: "You're neither. You're an errand boy sent by grocery clerks to collect a bill."
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