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Also Consequentry Finally Futhermore However Indeed Likewise Moreover Nevertheless Nonetheless Otherwise Similarly Therefore Thus
FANBOYS=for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence. Has both a subject and a verb. Sam washed his face.
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A mansion of gloom with Gothic architecture. The hallways were dark and gloomy. There were somber tapestries on the wall. The house looks haunted.
It means that the ancestors of the House of Usher have all passed on in their order of death.
Yes. Both Poe and Roderick have a darkness in their eyes as if they are possessed by a demon.
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The poet sees nature as a whole. The woodcutter and property owner see what they can gain from nature. The woodcutter and property owner see their share of nature.
Age and mood affect one's experiences with nature.
A lover of nature is a person whose inner and outer senses are still aligned, who remains young at heart and who feels the necessity of communicating with nature on a daily basis.
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Reverend Parris has sent for Reverend Hale from Beverly so that he can confirm that there is nothing supernatural going on with his daughter Betty. The town doctor says that there might be something wrong with her that medicine can not fix, and by this he means witchcraft or the devil. Reverend Parris is frantic to make sure and confirm that Betty has a normal sickness and has not been involved with witchcraft.
Before Betty became ill, her father, Reverend Parris, found her and her cousin, Abigail, in the woods dancing. We learn that the girls were not only dancing, but dancing around a fire as their slave, Tituba, waved her arms and screamed nonsense. Parris also says that he witnessed a person running naked through the woods and that he saw a dress lying next to the fire.
Abigail Williams was Goody Proctor's servant or maid. Goody Proctor fired her after she and Abigail did not agree on certain parts and aspects of her service. Abigail Williams now believes Goody Proctor to be a liar.
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The process of creating and modifying technologies.
the creation of a machine that can think like a human
process of manipulating organisms, cells, or molecules, to produce specific products
d. how people change the world around them to meet their needs and solve practical problems.
a. Science and technology are the same thing.
c. Technology provides perfect solutions to the problems it helps solve.
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It .............................. continuously since morning. (rain)
We ............................... (visit) them twice, but they ............................ (not visit) us yet.
I ........................ (not meet) him in a long time.
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patient self-control; restraint and tolerance
(adj.) deeply affecting, touching; keen or sharp in taste or smell
obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree