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Riya☺ Pal 1 month, 3 weeks ago

BWhat was unusual when the stranger arrived at Iping?The arrival of a stranger at an inn in winter was itself a strange occurrence. Mrs. Hall thelandlord's wife, made every effort to be friendly with the stranger but Griffin had no desire to talkand told her that his reason for coming to Iping wasa desire for solitude.Why was Mrs. Hall so surprised when she went into the Parlour the second time? Answer: Mrs. Hall was shocked tosee that her guest's head was covered completely bywhite bandages. The only thing visible was his "pink, peaked nose.What type of man was Griffin?Griffin isan eccentric scientist. He was very gifted but used his mind in a sinister way. Hedevised an experiment to become invisible and then started looting and murdering whoevercame in his way. “Eccentric” means- a person who behaves in odd or unusual ways.
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Navya Tripathi 1 month, 3 weeks ago

You should do hard work and should love your dreams and make them your passion. Good luck for achieving your dreams.
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Rudhansh K.D. 1 month, 4 weeks ago

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Navya Tripathi 1 month, 3 weeks ago

If in our country no one is poor then their children should not need to work anywhere so first we have to remove poverty from our country.
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Swastik Tiwari 2 months ago

"Excitement filled the air as students from various schools in Ranchi gathered at Birsa Munda Public School for the regional level of the Boost Quiz Contest. The event, organized by the school, aimed to test the knowledge and quick thinking of young participants. The quiz competition, divided into several rounds, covered a range of subjects including science, history, sports, and current affairs. The participants showcased their intelligence and teamwork, engaging in a healthy competition that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. With challenging questions and intense battles of wit, the event showcased the intellectual prowess of the young minds. The participants displayed remarkable knowledge and enthusiasm, making the contest an exciting and memorable experience for all. The winners of the regional level will now move on to compete at the national level, representing Ranchi with pride. The Boost Quiz Contest at Birsa Munda Public School proved to be a platform for young talents to shine and foster a love for learning. Stay tuned for more updates on this thrilling competition!" Hope that captures the essence of the event! Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with.

Anubhav Jain 2 months ago

Anubgshagshhsoihggah bgahvahsjjhgghkgggshshsbsh hhshshhh and t2w and t2w the largest number is divisible the sea of word to describe how can you please tell us what is solution for boys and girls and
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Swastik Tiwari 2 months ago

(a) Anne: Anne is a vibrant and curious character. She is known for her adventurous spirit and her love for exploring. Anne is also very imaginative and has a knack for finding joy in the little things. She is often seen as a free-spirited and independent individual. (b) Martha: Martha is a kind-hearted and nurturing character. She is known for her compassion and willingness to help others. Martha is also depicted as a hardworking and responsible person. She often takes care of those around her and is a reliable friend. (c) Grandma: Grandma is portrayed as wise and loving. She is often seen as the matriarch of the family, offering guidance and support to her loved ones. Grandma is known for her warmth and understanding. She has a wealth of life experience and often shares valuable lessons with others.
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Anubhav Jain 2 months ago

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Rushiraj Kakde 2 months ago

If you have any were door speech

Deepak Ahuja 2 months, 1 week ago

If you had any where door speech
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Samar Pratap Singh 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Hina said, "I wan't get up early in the morning tomorrow ".

Naga Seershika 2 months ago

David Copperfield has always been among Dickens's most popular novels and was his own “favourite child.” The work is semiautobiographical, and, although the title character differs from his creator in many ways, Dickens related early personal experiences that had meant much to him—his work in a factory
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Riya☺ Pal 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Diary, form of autobiographical writing, a regularly kept record of the diarist’s activities and reflections. Written primarily for the writer’s use alone, the diary has a frankness that is unlike writing done for publication. Its ancient lineage is indicated by the existence of the term in Latin, diarium, itself derived from dies (“day”).  William Clark's expedition diary See all media Category: Arts & Culture Key People:  Samuel Pepys James Boswell André Gide Eugène Delacroix George Fox Related Topics:  autobiography journal See all related content →  Black Death: diary Family diary (1340/1360) of Florentine merchant Pepo d'Antonio di Lando degli Albizzi, in which he recorded the deaths of relatives from the Black Death in 1348.(more) The diary form began to flower in the late Renaissance, when the importance of the individual began to be stressed. In addition to their revelation of the diarist’s personality, diaries have been of immense importance for the recording of social and political history. Journal d’un bourgeois de Paris, kept by an anonymous French priest from 1409 to 1431 and continued by another hand to 1449, for example, is invaluable to the historian of the reigns of Charles VI and Charles VII. The same kind of attention to historical events characterizes Memorials of the English Affairs by the lawyer and parliamentarian Bulstrode Whitelocke (1605–75) and the diary of the French Marquis de Dangeau (1638–1720), which spans the years 1684 to his death. The English diarist John Evelyn is surpassed only by the greatest diarist of all, Samuel Pepys, whose diary from January 1, 1660 to May 31, 1669, gives both an astonishingly frank picture of his foibles and frailties and a stunning picture of life in London, at the court and the theatre, in his own household, and in his Navy office.  More From Britannica English literature: Diarists In the 18th century, a diary of extraordinary emotional interest was kept by Jonathan Swift and sent to Ireland as The Journal to Stella (written 1710–13; published 1766–68). This work is a surprising amalgam of ambition, affection, wit, and freakishness. The most notable English diary of the late 18th century was that of the novelist Frances Burney (Madame d’Arblay); it was published in 1842–46. James Boswell’s Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides (1785), a genuine diary though somewhat expanded, was one of the first to be published in its author’s lifetime. Interest in the diary increased greatly in the first part of the 19th century, in which period many of the great diaries, including Pepys’s, were first published. Those of unusual literary interest include the Journal of Sir Walter Scott (published in 1890); the Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth (published after her death in 1855), which show her influence on her brother William; and the diary of Henry Crabb Robinson (1775–1867), published in 1869, with much biographical material on his literary acquaintances, including Goethe, Schiller, Wordsworth, and Coleridge. The posthumous publication of the diaries of the Russian artist Marie Bashkirtseff (1860–84) produced a great sensation in 1887, as did the publication of the diary of the Goncourt brothers, beginning in 1888.  Robert Falcon Scott Capt. Robert F. Scott writing in his diary in his quarters in 1910 or 1911, during the 1910–13 British Antarctic Expedition to the South Pole.(more) In the 20th century, the diary of explorer Robert F. Scott (1910–12), the Journal of Katherine Mansfield (1927), the two-volume Journal of André Gide (1939, 1954), Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl (1947), and the five-volume Diary of Virginia Woolf (1977–84) are among the most notable examples. This article was most recently revised and updated by J.E. Luebering.

Bhavika None 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Yesterday you went to an amusement park. Describe your experience about it in the form of a diary entry in about 120 words.

Naga Seershika 2 months ago

Dear Diary, Today I feel quite sad! Rohit annoyed me greatly today by pushing me in the playground for no reason. I fell down and might have got a fracture. But luckily, I got no injury. Rohit is becoming aggressive day by day. Then there is Sohan. He is always abusive. He does not even spare his teachers. He calls them names, of course, in their absence. I feel very bad about it, but am helpless. I do not like Satinder also. He is very mischievous. I think Raman is the best of all my friends. He is well-behaved and cultured. I cherish his company. I feel I should avoid ill-mannered friends. They might land me in trouble one day.
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Naga Seershika 2 months ago

The worker ants carry the grubs about daily for airing, exercise and sunshine.
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Naga Seershika 2 months ago

These young females, who we call “allomothers,” provide a kind of babysitting service, helping to guard and guide young calves
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Deepak Ahuja 2 months, 1 week ago

If you had any where door speech
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Naga Seershika 2 months ago

Get at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Get 3 glasses of skim milk, low-fat yogurt, or cheese a day. Aim to lose around 20 pounds a year. Get at least 30 minutes of moderate activity 5 days a week
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