What does hifumi mean?
First, Second, Third is the meaning of hifumi. It applies to objects and not numbers themselves.
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Allowing a choice. ex; we can go to the movies or go bowling. Sothe person knows that you can only choose one. It is a conjunction word which is often used when the word eitheris in the same sentence.
Answer . As is means.............What you see is what you get. If you are buying something and the package is open, make sure all the pieces are there the seller is saying As is .........or What you see is what you get.The seller is not giving you anything else only what you see.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nthe average number - add all the numbers together - divide by how many numbers there are and you find the mean. 24,35,62,27 =148 148 divided by 4 = 37 - which is your mean
(used to indicate a person, thing, idea, state, event, time , remark, etc., as present, near, just mentioned or pointed out, supposed to be understood, or by way of emphasis): This is my coat.
Er... I bet you already know but I'll answer the question. It means: Through the agency or means of (indicating how something happens.) There are other definitions of this word though.
Apparently you know the meaning, or you would not have been able to use it to ask the question.
'What' is an interrogative pronoun and is used when you want toknow about something (not a person) eg What is the time?
it means should it be there or shouldnt be there like "is that pot to be or not to be here"
- In mathematics a "-" is a minus sign, signifying that the second number should be subtracted form the first number: 5-3=2. It also identifies a negative number, a number less than zero, such as -5 (minus five). - In lists, it is a dash, and can mark the beginning of new sections, as it is d…oing in this answer! - In language, it is a hyphen and separates the sections of compound words such as father-in-law. It also separates the numbers in dates and telephone numbers. It can show connection, such as London-Paris flights, 1963-1997, Yankees won 6-3. One or two can be used in a sentence to show an interruption. - In printing, each of these has a different length: minus sign, hyphen, and several kinds of dashes. (An n dash is as wide as an n. An m dash is as wide as an m.) There are rules for using every one of them! (MORE)
John 8:58 "Jesus said to them, Verily, verily, I say to you, Before Abraham was, I am." Divinity has no past tense, no future tense, but always the present. We all exist in the present therefore we are those who are in existence . It is more correct to say "you are who is" rather than "you are who… am"; but in a statement about yourself in the present tense the correct form is "I am who is". Jesus was able to say "I am" because He is eternal. We also can say "I am" because, according to Jesus, if we follow him (his teaching and example) we too will never die. His resurrection proved this. (MORE)
Your is a second person possessive pronoun that means something belongs to the person you are talking to. Some examples are: Do your own homework. This is your bat. Your parents are nice.
it's a quotation mark, usually used for dialogue, short story titles, poem titles and things like that
Are is the plural form of the present tense (indicative mood)of the verb`be' and the singular form used with you. To make it simpler to understand, if you speak or write about morethan 1 thing or person, use 'are'. But if you are using thesingular pronoun 'you', it requires 'are'. Wrong: Is you fe…eling okay? Correct: Are you feeling okay? Wrong: Airplanes is a fast way to travel. Correct: Airplanes are a fast way to travel. Wrong: He are handsome. Correct: He is handsome. Wrong: They is from The United Kingdom. Correct: They are from The United Kingdom. . Wrong: English words is hard for me to spell. Correct: English words are hard for me to spell. Wrong: She are very helpful. Correct: She is very helpful.. (MORE)
"I" it means your self as in me i means your self I has the same meaning as me. So when I talk about myself I use the letter I. Example:I am my idol.
The mean is the same thing as average. To get the mean you add together all of the numbers in the set. Then, you divide by the total amount of numbers that were added to get the mean/average. Example: Find the mean of 5, 4, 6, 3, and 2. 5+4=9+6=15+3=18+2=20 1 2 3 4 5 (There are a tot…al of five numbers in the set.) 5 4 6 3 2 - Numbers of the set. 20 (Sum of all numbers in the set) Divided by: 5 (Amount of numbers in the set) equals: 4 The mean (or average) of 5, 4, 6, 3, and 2 is 4. (MORE)
< is greater than and > is less than. Like a list: fruit AND vegetables. Only 2 fragments 'And' means 'also' or ' as well as '.
you Add the highest number to the loswest number then......hold i be right back to give you the rest. Ohhhh... Sooooo close... Mean - simply the average. Add up all the numbers and divide by the total number of numbers you just added. Median - Put the numbers in order from lowest to highest.… The median is the MIDDLE number. If there are an even number in your list, and there is no 'middle' number, the median is the average of the two middle numbers. Mode - the most common number in the list... Example - here are the numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 The mean is 5.5. (the sum of the numbers is 55, there are 10 numbers, mean = 55/10 = 5.5). The median is ALSO 5.5. The middle two numbers are 5 & 6. The average of those two numbers is 5.5. The mode - is... There is no mode. All the other numbers appear in the list the same number of times... (MORE)
to go- out with somebody is to accompany or go on a date to a restaurant the cinema etc.. or to be in a casual or steady relationship it is a slang word. out with is a phrase to order/threaten /compel someone to reveal or confess. out with is also an effort to efface something voluntari…ly. (MORE)
Has had is a saying that basicly means that you HAD had some one or some thing. ; had had. Or previosly had.
People can be mean to other people for many reasons. Fear is one reason. They fear you or something about you and it is their reaction to keep you at a distance. Meanness is another reason. Some people just delight in hurting others. It is usually because it makes them feel bigger and stronger when …they see that they have hurt someone else. These people usually are mean to those that are smaller, weaker or less able to defend themselves because they appear to be an easy target. These people are bullies. In order to make themselves look and feel big they think that they have to make others look small. What they don't realize is that the meek will inherit the earth. Mean people are most often found in a bunch. Like wild dogs, they hunt in packs. There is safety in numbers. Get a bully alone and they will not be so brave. They also like an audience. (MORE)
How do you do, is a form of greeting a person in the earlier years, something like what some elder person may say. The meaning is "how are you?", just not in as simple words.
The phrase means "hereafter", "later". Hence its usage in old Christian hymns, "In the sweet by-and-by..." It is also used to mean "later", as in "see you later".
i didnt mean to be mean to you... wait i dont even know you... sorry if im mean... i am natrally bullyish... and dont steal my wordds dude... i made them up myself!
add them all up and count how many numbers you just added then divide Eg. 10 20 30 40 = 100 divide by the amount of numbers there is , here there is 4 so its 100 divided by 4
It means that some one gave it to you, or you got i at a certain place. Example: My Aunt got that jacket for me from England. or I got that dress from Wal Mart. From means to receive either from someone or from s certain place.
the word "is" is a form of the verb be. it is also a linking verb.
it means boy,man. like if you would call a girl she its the same but man version
It means how are you doing. Like good, sad, fine, miserable. All of those answers the questions " How are you".
depends on how it is used but in general it means to get inside / go inside but it could have different meanings too :)
it is a past tense word which means then like you say now that is then so you saying then.
There are 3 types of theres, Their is possessive ex. Their house was magnificent There direction ex. If you go over there you will find Adams street. They're they are ex. They're so stupid Thanx
To get something is to obtain, acquire, or receive it, or perhaps, to buy it when shopping.
His in English is a third person singular masculine possessive pronoun. It will substitute for a possessive noun like "John's" or "Igor's" in a sentence like "John put his hand in his pocket." or "I asked Igor if the wallet was his."
It does not make much sense, but it means Is a can able to preserve a can by putting up in some container such as a can.
A (an) is the indefinite article, indicating a single, non-specific member of a group or set. The plural may be some , but also several, many, or any numerical modifier. Example : "I saw a man." (any male human) This is compared to the definite articles (the, this, that, those) which describe… a certain member, or one previously referred to. Example : I saw a bird and the bird was red. (the same bird) (MORE)
it basically means no, which is often used as an answer to a question when one does not want something to happen, does not like something, did not do anything, it is basically the negative answer to a question, the opposite of no is yes. no no no is the word no repeated 3 times for emphasis on the …word. (MORE)
How means like if someone said how do you climb up a tree they would want to know how to so thatperson tells them how to climb up a tree and why means if someone said why does people be mean to you then that other person tells them why they do it like because they just do cause they feel like it. th…at is what how and why means (MORE)
There are various proposed translations for the 'tetragrammaton', the four letter name 'YHWH' used as a name for God. The origin or meaning of this Hebrew word is uncertain, but one popular meaning is 'I am that I am'.
i dont really get what you have just asked sorry but i don't make sense to me I am so sorry
Does is the third person singular of the verb 'to do'. The verb to do means to act or to accomplish. Does can also be a helping verb. I do, you do, he/she/it does. We do, you do, they do.
The pronoun 'you' is the second person pronoun which takes the place of the noun for the person spoken to. The verb 'are' is the second person singular and plural and first and third person plural present of the verb 'to be'. The verb 'are' is often used as a helping (auxiliary) verb. Literally…, 'you are' means the person you are speaking to is or is doing whatever follows the verb. Examples: You are my friend. You are helping me a lot. (MORE)
1.Too have expectations of everything and nothing for infinity!. 2. A universal time code source, examining the conscience. .
The word 'and' is a conjunction. It joins 2 or more words orphrases together. 'And' usually appears inside a sentence, but itcan be the first word of a sentence as long as the sentence beforeis a complete thought and the sentence beginning with 'And'explains something not included in the other sente…nce, somethingthat gives more detail. Here are some example sentences: . I felt hot and dirty after weeding thegarden. . The girl ordered a hamburger, french fries, and a coke. . The man explained he didn't think the accident was his fault. And besides, the other driver ran a stop signwhile going 20 mph over the speed limit. (notice that 'while' couldbe replaced by 'and was'... but then, you don't need the And at thebeginning of the sentence). . The boy finished his math problems, the chapter reading, and his spelling assignment. . For breakfast she had cereal and milk. (MORE)
There you are means maybe someone was looking for you and found youand they say, "There you are". it also expressed when someone givesyou something; example; your mom brings cookies to you and she says"there you are" and you say "thanks"
The definition of the word depends on how it is used. As a noun, itmeans the identity of something, and as an adverb it means to whatdegree or extent.
In most cases, "What do you do?" is an inquiry into someone's profession, equivalent to "How do you make a living?" It can also be asking someone to choose a course of action. "Behind door number one is a man-eating tiger. Behind door number two is a vicious cobra. What do you do?"
Hifumi Soganoya has: Performed in "Mugen no takara" in 1936. Played Torata - lodger in "Kono sora no aru kagiri" in 1964. Performed in "Yotsuya kaidan" in 1965. Performed in "Haigo no hito" in 1965. Played Cop in "Jikan desuyo" in 1970.
Examples: I have money. That means I have money now. I have had money. That means sometime in the past I had money. I have a new car. It is in my garage. I have had new cars. But it seems a waste of money when a used carworks fine. I have a dog. He's a pit bull. I have had pit bulls off and on thr…oughout my life. I have a cold. I feel terrible, I have had colds before, but never this bad. I have a wife. I never have had a wife before now. (MORE)
You are looking for something to do and you are pretty much asking if you can help them.
it means you are not thinking clearly OR a gay person wants itknown that they ARE gay, the phrfase " coming out of the closet" isused it could also mean a girl of 16 or 17 is making her debut thephrase " she is coming out" take your choice