Does the same guy play the voice of slinky in Toy Story 3 as in Toy Story 1 and 2?
No. In the first and second movies Slinky Dog is voiced by Jim Varney, but in the third movie Slinky is voiced by Blake Clark. This is because Jim Varney unfortunately past away February 10, 2000, just after the release of Toy Story 2.
It would be a longitudinal wave. If you were to conduct an experiment to see which wave travels in the same direction as the disturbance, you would take a slinky and push it. And if you watch the wave, you'll see that it travels through the slinky outward, and travels back to the disturbance (your hand). This wave is a longitudinal wave.
Do you need to play Assassin's Creed 1 through Revelations to understand Assassin's Creed 3 or is it not the same story?
Picture two people holding holding opposite ends of a long spring that they've stretched between them. If you're familiar with the toy called a "slinky", that's what I'm talking about. Now imagine that a small portion of the slinky in the middle is painted bright orange. If one person shakes his end of the slinky up and down, a wave will propagate toward the other person. If you were to observe the orange part of…
Many glossaries of literary terms do not distinguish between tone and mood, attributing to them the same definition. The feeling that the story induces in the reader. Some glossaries how do have separate connotations for the two terms. Tone: the attitude portrayed by the narrator of the story. As in 'tone of voice'. Mood: the feeling, tension or emotions conveyed by the characters in the story.
The play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is the most performed version of the story, by miles. It has been a popular play constantly for over 400 years now. The musical play West Side Story is based on the same plot, as are numerous attempts to take all the elevated poetic language out of the Shakespeare play for dimwits who cannot understand poetry. West Side Story gets played occasionally, the dumbed-down versions occasionally, but…