Where Do Winter Allergies Come From? When you think about seasonal allergies, do you focus on thehigh-pollen counts of spring and fall? While cooler temperatures often mean relief from outdoor allergies, some individuals face increased exposure to the indoor allergens that plague them.More Time IndoorsIn the winter, we spend more time indoors, where dust mites, …

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t buy happiness has never

“Whoever said money can’t buy happiness has never owned a pet.” Everyone loves pets, ” a dog is man’s best friend”, people love watching cat videos and spend hundreds or thousands to take care of their pets. In fact, in Canada, 57% of households have a pet. What is considered a pet? A pet is …

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    Wild animals should be kept in their natural habitat, not under the captivity of human beings. They could potentially be dangerous to the owners and others. Due to their nature, wild animals made to be pets are not used to the restrained environment making their actions unpredictable. Throughout the countries, many animals have …

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Fox-Hunting

Today I am presenting myself to you all to give my views on how strongly I believe that fox hunting should be banned.The traditional fox hunt has normally about seven people, on horses, and about eight to sixteen hounds. Trained from birth, these hound dogs are trained to kill other animals in a horrific and …

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Rhyme Identity of terminal sound between accented syllables, usually occupying corresponding positions in two or more lines of verse. Fan and ran are true rhyme because the vowels and succeeding consonants “an” are the same but the preceding consonant sounds are different. The recurrence of rhyme at regular intervals establishes the form of a stanza. …

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Rime Riche words with identical sounds but different meanings, such as “stair” and “stare” Masculine Rhyme rhyme that falls on the stressed, concluding syllables of the rhyme words Feminine Rhyme a rhyme in which the rhyming stressed syllables are followed by an undifferentiated identical unstressed syllable Apocopated Rhyme rhyme in which the final stressed syllable …

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