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Literature includes written works of an imaginative, journalistic or scholarly nature. Language is a system of spoken and written symbols by means of which people can communicate with each other. We invite you to ask and answer questions about languages and literature; including pronunciation, grammar, definitions, examples, acronyms, abbreviations, etc.

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something that is produced as a result of making something else, sometimes it is unexpected
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Your word is "warmly" ! A sentence now: Deanie Etcetera warmly embraced her beloved, Mitch Longley.
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Mademoiselle is French for "miss", the formal address for an unmarried young woman.
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To date it has been rare for bird flu to make people sick. However the virus can evolve and when a human infection happens, there is always a strong chance that the virus will mutate and we will get human to human infection. For this reason, if bird flu is suspected in a population of domestic birds…
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A supporting text is some evidence referenced in an written document that is is being quoted as evidence in support of the argument being put forward.
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A fiddler with a music-book, Mrs. Fezziwig, one vast substantial smile. The three Miss Fezziwigs, beaming and lovable. The six young followers whose hearts they broke. In came all the young men and women employed in the business. In came the housemaid, with her cousin, the baker. In came the cook, w…
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Scrooge closed the window, and examined the door through which the Ghost had entered. It was double-locked, as he had locked it with his own hands previously, and the bolts undisturbed. He tried to say "Humbug!" but stopped at the first syllable
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Negation
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Dahil natututunan natin sa mga ibang bansa
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the theme is fiction. I am positive
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My favorite book is 'Raising Supaman' written by Nathaniel Turner. Which is your favorite parenting book ?
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Up to the 1830's the postal system was slow, mismanaged, wasteful and expensive and postal charges had to be paid by the recipient. Roland Hill took an interest in postal reforms by 1835. By 1839 Hill had convinced all interested parties to adopt a system of charges to be paid in advance and the pen…
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Estoy bien, gracias.
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The first speaker is that of the narrator who sets the scene and introduces us to Scrooge. The first charactor to speak is Scrooges nephew when he bursts in to the counting house saying ""A merry Christmas, uncle! God save you!" cried a cheerful voice. It was the voice of Scrooge's nephew,
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Karanwal, Karnwal, Karnawal, Karnowal, Karniwal, Karnwall, Karnal, Karanawal, Karanwaal, Karanwala, Karnal, Karwal are Schedule caste of differnet states of Northern India. In some states or districts they are called "Chamar" and in some "Dalits" but it means the same, they are the lower caste whic…
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Yes, not only Karnwal are schedule caste but also Karanwal, Karnawal, Karnowal, Karniwal, Karnwall, Karnal, Karanawal, Karanwaal, Karanwala, Karnal, Karwal are Schedule caste of different states of Northern India.
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Yes, it is.
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Pudendum (Latin word) is the region of genitals. (Both masculine and Feminine)
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People who work on Medias are called Journalist.
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The narrative (story) should take place during all parts of the plot or you'll have a whole bunch of empty pages.
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Here is an example of what is "Looking forward to something"; : to anticipate something with pleasure. I'm really looking forward to your visit next week. We all look forward to your new book on gardening.
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I think Asap German Language Class, Pune Training Institute, Goethe Institut Max Mueller Bhavan, are all institute for the German language.. They are having both German and Indian Trainer for the classes. And the technique they use to teach is very impressive. I think it is easy to learn with best t…
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There are four dialects of Saraiki. Standard Saraiki is spoken in Multan, Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi khan, Sargodha and Dera Ismail Khan. Eastern Saraiki is spoken in Jhang and Sahiwal, Mandi Bahaudin, Pindi Bhatian, Tandlianwala areas. Eastern Saraiki is also called Dibhari Saraiki. Northern Saraiki …
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It was a word from the 16th century, now obsolete meaning 'kiss'. Probably borrowed from the French word 'baiser' meaning to kiss
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godfather
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mga katangian ng tekstong persuweysiv
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Yes, they usually come after the noun they describe.
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hes an average person
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In Greek mythology, the Furies were three goddesses of vengeance, also called Daughters of the Night. They pronounced curses on the guilty and inflicted famines. The Latin word is 'furia' from 'furiosus' from 'furere' meaning 'mad or rage. This passed into old French as 'furie' and then into Middl…
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There are very many training organisations available in the area. It will depend on what subject matter you seek, preferred learning style and costs as to whom you select. Always seek independent and or government educational reports before accepting an offer to ensure that the offer is fit for purp…
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Could be a Tyrant, Dictator, possibly an Autocrat
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It is written and stored on golden pages in the brain.
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Because the inhabitants are machines
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Because brain dissection meant certain death for the specimen
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. A solid metal wall stretching to the sky surrounds everything.
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Dispelling the mystery of memory
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By the end of the story, he is more philosophical than scientific.
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The importance of seeing the beauty in mere existence
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Brain activity slows due to low air pressure.
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Whatever you decide, it'll be clever.
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Impeachment should be pursued only when it is necessary to restore the well being of the patient - in this instance, the government's executive branch.
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Playing video games can be harmful because it deprives kids of healthful exercise they would normally get by playing outdoors.
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By having Leonard, a seemingly normal person, taken to a psychiatric center, the author injects irony, leaving the reader surprised.
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The Constitution, which guarantees personal freedom, is amended to deny it.
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Because they can perform repetitive tasks with precision, robots are replacing people on assembly lines.
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He describes the city as "concrete," "asphalt," and "trapped" to criticize the eradication of Manhattan's natural landscape.
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The absence of people suggests that taking a walk at night is unusual.
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Change "the annals of this institution" to "our school's history."
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Nature can destroy creations that were thought indestructible; humans aren't as powerful as the forces of nature.
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George dismisses the idea of lightening his bag of birdshot and points out that "then other people'd get away with it-and pretty soon we'd be right back to the dark ages again."
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Invasive weeds are kept at bay by city crews who are paid to uproot them.
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He uses sarcasm to poke fun at the landscape architects' attempt to impose their vision on Central Park.
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The emphasis on how people have been handicapped implies that society has gone to extremes to ensure equality.
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By Hazel's forgetting why she had been crying, the author leaves the reader feeling unsatisfied.
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Madeline couldn't believe her eyes, the fireworks were so beautiful.
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He uses the words "pest" and "everything short of" to ridicule the introduction of the new species.
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By revealing that the police car is empty, the author reinforces the dependence on technology, leaving the reader frightened.
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After discovering that he is mortal, the narrator wonders whether immortality truly exists, asking, "Does the same fate that befell me await you?"
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By describing Leonard's house as being brightly lit, the author reaffirms his individuality, leaving the reader satisfied.
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The inability to concentrate on difficult things; the government's insistence that no one has an advantage over another
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He uses fact-based descriptions of the effect of a hard rain on the city's infrastructure, creating an objective tone.
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While walking the empty streets at night, Leonard muses on the isolating effects of technology, thinking, "Everything went on in the tomblike houses at night now."
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Students often do not make the best choices about what is best for them nutritionally, so schools have the right to fulfill that role, no matter the cost.
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He uses the phrase "implacable invaders" to reveal his disdain for the Chinese ailanthus trees because of their destructiveness.
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By having Harrison defy the law of the land, the author reveals the triumph of the human spirit, leaving the reader hopeful.
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He uses imagery-based descriptions of the flowers that sprung up untended, and the New Yorkers' reaction to them, creating a reflective tone.
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Fatty fish is a good source of protein, but it can be substituted by plant-based proteins, such as beans, seeds, and nuts.
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The passage describes the effects of rain in the posthuman world to highlight that nature will eventually neutralize the pollution created by people.
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