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Metaphor Essay To be acknowledged in ones place of work may be a task in its self Upholding the standards regulations and society expectations are even more difficult Most of us spend long days and years to be compared to our equals Our only recognition is the patting each other on the back To be above and beyond we are seen as just equal to our male counterparts We will hold are commitment twice as hard Just to be seen as the same We do not require any special awards We simply wish to be base off our performance not our gender We are dedicated to the freedom granted all in the constitution upholding it day in and day out We are subject to the rumors and stereotypes of a select few who desecrate on our names There are those select few who destroy our hard earned recognition by using their wills to gain favors and escape from doing the job they are assigned This does not prevent us from keeping strong and working hard We follow the rules above and beyond our call of duty in order to be accepted as one of the guys Any error we make will be a tremendous fall from grace We get labeled and degraded for any show of weakness Yet we push on and accept our careers as an adventure to learn from We are simply the women who fight for our country we are the females of the United States Military Language Essay There are many roles for language to play in our critical thinking process First is the need to understand a language to be able to express your thinking Without a language one is unable to get responses they need If we do not have a common communicable language we will not be able to speak to one another nor understand each others thought process It would be like a blank
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