What would you like to do?
Ivan aksionov and Makar
Any could romance anime where the two main characters who are in love start off hating a each other?
lovely complex peach girl
Itazura na kiss :). Check it out I loved it
Colin Mudford: A 12-year-old Australian boy determined to convince a cancer expert to treat his younger brother. He is sent by his parents to stay with his relatives in… London during the family's difficult times. Alistair: Colin's shy English cousin. While Colin is in London, Alistair becomes involved with Colin's ambitious schemes to find a cure for Luke's cancer. Aunty Iris: Colin's aunt (his mother's sister) and Alistair's overbearing mother. She is friendly towards Colin but is frightened by the fact that he is so open about Luke's cancer. Uncle Bob: Colin's uncle, Aunt Iris's husband and Alistair's overbearing father. Bob is stingy with money, critical of the Royal Family and is a fan of the DIY hardware house. Ted: A Welsh man living in London. He is an unemployed gay man because he is taking care of his dying boyfriend. Griff: Ted's partner, who discovered that he had developed AIDS shortly after moving to London. Colin visits Griff in the hospital and reunites him with Ted. Mrs. Mudford: Colin and Luke's mother. She is distraught over the diagnosis of her younger son and sends Colin to London to stay at her sister's house. Mr. Mudford: Colin and Luke's father. He travels to Sydney where Luke is diagnosed with cancer, prompting him to send Colin to England. Luke Mudford: Colin's younger brother, diagnosed with terminal cancer after collapsing in his living room. Colin attempts to find a cure for him. Dr. Graham: Considered the world's leading expert on cancer. Ted informs her of Colin's situation and she calls up Luke's doctors in Sydney, only to find out bad news.
Helen Keller is a little girl who was born being able to see and hear, but became deaf and blind at the age of 19 months due to an illness, possibly scarlet fever. No one …is able to help her until one young woman, by the name Anne Sullivan, who doesn't have much experience at helping children, but she has experienced being blind earlier in her life. The two main characters would be Helen and Anne. Helen is very stubborn and has been babied all her life by her family because they don't know any other way to discipline her. She often throws wild tantrums until she gets what she wants. Luckily Anne is also very stubborn about getting Helen to learn, they fight a lot as Anne tries to get Helen to understand that the words she has been spelling to her have meaning and are connected to the objects
The main characters (good guys) in stories are called protagonists. Sometimes they can also be foils of each other. The main villain is called the antagonist.
Tata manuel nana cecilia nana celing aunt cora loida
How do you think spectators would respond or react to the death of a tragic hero and would they respond in the same manner to the death of the main character in a comedy?
spectators would react with extreme and solemn grief about the loss of a tragic hero since his acts were More vivid and real to them and affected their day to day lives. His h…eroic acts arose out of a real life experience and his death would have the effect of a violent shock wave though the lives of the spectators. However for the main character in a comedy, their lives are based on a script and are in fact almost virtual with no reality. the world hardly misses them upon death save for their celebrity status
The characters in The Wish Stealer by Tracy Trivas are Griffin Penshine, Garrett Forester, Samantha (don't know her last name, sorry!), Dr.Penshine, Mr.Penshine, Ms. and Mr.Fo…rester, Libby, Grandma Penshine, Mariah Weatherby Schmidt, Mr.Schmidt. That's all I can think of! Hope this helped!
At any distance. The strength of the repulsion increases with proximity and it is inversely proportional to the square of distance between them i.e. if you double the distance… the force is 1/4th
uhmm,,there's no conflict in the god stealer
Lady and the Tramp. From "Lady and the Tramp" :)
change a tire
In The Bible
In a general sense, the Old Testament (also called the Hebrew Scriptures) is the history of mankind and their relationship with God. It starts out in the beginning, …when God turned his attention to the earth and began creating something special on it. When man rebels and sins, then God makes a promise (Genesis 3:15) to put into place a means by which mankind can be redeemed from the initial sin that Adam committed (which condemned mankind to sin and death). He promises a "seed" that will take away the sins of the world. As this promise unfolds, God makes covenants with several individuals along the way that their descendants would be part of this promised "seed". These individuals included Abraham, Jacob & David. Keeping track of the family lineage was very important so that the "seed" could be traced back to these individuals. This promise also included the formation of the nation of Israel (through Jacob) and the establishment of the Mosaic Law. (Genesis - Deuteronomy). But the Law had an end point - the arrival of the promised seed. Jesus was the Messiah that "fulfilled" the purpose of the Law - the opportunity for redemption. (Romans 10:4) So, next we have the New Testament (also called the Greek Scriptures). The New Testament covers the life of Jesus Christ, the growth of the early Christian congregation and ends with the prophecy about the last days of humankind under Adam's sin and how Jesus Christ will then take action to reverse all the effects of humankind's sin and fulfill his assignment. See related links for interesting articles on what's in the Bible. Note: Some feel that when Jesus instituted a "new covenant" with his Apostles, that this was the reason for the use of "Old Testament" and "New Testament" (Luke 22:19, 20) 19 Also, he took a loaf, gave thanks, broke it, and gave it to them, saying: "This means my body which is to be given in YOUR behalf. Keep doing this in remembrance of me." 20 Also, the cup in the same way after they had the evening meal, he saying: "This cup means the new covenant by virtue of my blood, which is to be poured out in YOUR behalf. Citations: (Genesis 3:15) And I shall put enmity between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed. He will bruise you in the head and you will bruise him in the heel." (Romans 10:4) 4 For Christ is the end of the Law, so that everyone exercising faith may have righteousness. Another answer: Jesus tells us that the "Old Testament" PROPHESIED of Him: "...When I was with you before, I told you that EVERYTHING WRITTEN ABOUT ME by Moses and the prophets and in the Psalms MUST ALL COME TRUE." (Luke 24:44 NLT New Living Translation) And in the "New Testament" we see the FULFILLMENT of the Old Testament prophecies beginning to take place... culminating with the eventual return of Christ to the earth for the final stages of fulfilling all of the prophecies on the "Last Great Day" of God's plan... Judgment Day. The New Testament also brings to light the "Spiritual" aspect of the Old Testament laws. "You have heard that the law of Moses [the Old Testament] says, 'Do not murder. If you commit murder, you are subject to Judgment. But I say, IF YOU ARE ANGRY WITH SOMEONE [Jesus' illuminating New Testament application of the SPIRITUAL STAGE IN ONE'S HEART PRIOR TO the Old Testament physical manifestation of murder], you are subject to Judgment..." (Matt.5:21-22 NLT). A case of "duality" exists throughout the Bible. The "Old and New Testaments" are one example of this. The Bible speaks of two deaths... two births... two resurrections... the two sexes, male and female God created... the DUALITY OF GOD: ["...THE FATHER AND I ARE ONE." - John 10:30 NLT], etc. And there is the "material" and the "spiritual" aspects of creation that's contrasted between the two testaments. "...For just as there are natural bodies, so also there are spiritual bodies... What came first was the natural body, then the spiritual body comes later. Adam, the first man [Old Testament], was made from the dust of the earth, while Christ [New Testament], the Second Man, came from heaven. Every human being has an earthly body just like Adam's, but our heavenly bodies will be just like Christ's. Just as we are now like Adam, the man of the earth, so we will someday be like Christ, the Man from heaven." (I Cor.15:44-49 NLT) The New Testament brings the spiritual aspects of God's material creation [Old Testament] full circle... and COMPLETES God's Testimony. "Bind up the testimony, SEAL [complete] the law among My disciples." (Isa.8:16 KJV)