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halloween: it’s my favorite holiday
halloween is one of the best holidays for some people but it can also be scary for others. halloween is a holiday where some people believe spirits and soul of the dead that haven’t moved on will come back again to haunt the lives of the living. this is why many people dress up in costumes to disguise themselves as someone else. some people like us wish to be something that we would benefit in life from. like angels of god. some dress up just to be unique from the others. many families stay home and watch scary movies and others dress in their tremendous costumes and knock on each door to either get a trick or a treat.
personally everybody loves halloween because i could be someone else one day out of the year. it’s fun and entertaining, especially for kids. halloween also has a lot of history. many myths and beliefs say that witches and warlocks are alive and living among us. is this a trick or a truthful treat?
halloween may have secrets and scary things behind the door but we love halloween and it is beautiful to see how happy children are when each door opens full of treats and goodies. it makes everyone happy. happy halloween day.
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invention of the washing machine
in the past, people used sticks and stones or scrub boards to clean their clothing. as it was sweaty, backbreaking work, we owe a world of to james king because he created the model for the modern washing machine in 1851. the most important issue was that this machine cleaned clothes while a person cranked the handle. doing this made people who used it develop strong muscles in their arms. later, in 1908, alva j. fisher created an electric washing machine named thor. this one was not the first automatic washing machine. however, it was one of the most popular models at the time.
the illustration that would give a reader a clear understanding of the text is a picture of men constructing the frame of a building.the frame is made of iron bars. the text describes the job of blacksmiths'. these were very organised and they had different names: "the driver" and "the heater". the text describes the way in which these men worked ; they worked iron pieces as if they were playing a sport. in fact, the text wants to show the men's skills. the text also puts some emphasis on the use of '' rivets'' in construction. this kind of nails were not always used in the construction of manhattan.
"and with an underhand toss he hurled the smoking rivet straight at the catcher, who caught it in mid-air in his catching can." men's skills
"when the driver was ready for a new " the emphasis on the rivet ( special nail used in construction).
" it against a beam to remove any cinders, and jammed it into the waiting hole. " the emphasis on the rivet.