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What does render speechless mean?
You have made someone unable to speak by either surprising them or shocking them beyond belief.
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Why are we who dwell with a narcissistic spouse rendered so speechless and confused when he so loudly and convincingly presents the case that it isn't him being selfish and controlling but you instead?
Answer Go to therapy together and let the therapist decide who has the problem. Answer I don't know, but I have been there man…y, many times. I suggest you get far, far away from the narcissist to think it over. Whatever that narcissist says to you, I believe it's him being selfish and controlling, I believe it's NOT you. This behavior you are describing is classic narcissist. The only solution is to stop responding and ignore him. Once you stop being his source of narcissic supply, he will go away to find greener pastures. Or if you can possibly manage it, you be the one to leave. It's called projection. My father is a narcissist and that's one of his most re-curring patterns--to accuse the other of exhibiting His undesirable behavior. Usually he will do this after he has raged over the top and been confronted. ANY time he is confronted he will PROJECT and accuse you of what he's guilty of. I know it sounds excessive to use words like "never" or "always" but in this case I can say he truly never takes responsibility for his actions. He will do anything to avoid this. I wish someone would post a new thread specific to the subject of narcissistic projection. It is fascinating. It is so absurd, of course you are left bewildered and speechless. I have a suspicion based on observing my father all these years, that the reason for this projection is that he carries so much frustration and ineptitude in his life (although he is the boss, he is really so dependent on others, he can't get through the day without people constantly doing things for him, and I'm sure he covers up his inadequacies with anger/aggression rather than appear vulnerable) that he has to relieve his frustrations by taking it out on you. This must be a Very big need and it goes hand in hand with his unwillingness to ever be wrong or accept responsibility. Coupled with other volatile feelings of rage, self-righteousness, and a desparate will never to Be the very ugly things they in fact are--they're all too eager to push all that vitrol onto you. For example, my father will throw a tantrum, force you to abide by his will and if you dare to say no or stand up for yourself he will take that and twist it around, accusing the victim of his blowups of being the disagreeable one..He will even accuse you of shouting at him even though you have not (to justify his outbursts). It does seem insane and that is why you are at a loss for words...really there is nothing you can do to communicate with someone like this...The funny thing is, my father is Happy and whistling after his outbursts have been projected successfully onto another person! This is the pattern, and I would be interested to know if this is a pattern common to many... 1. Get's frustrated, impatient, aggressive 2. Tantrum 3. Either a. Projection (accuses the victim of the very behavior he just exhibited!) or b. Blames victim for making him angry.
Reversed and rendered is a term a higher court, such as an appellate court uses. Basically it means that the judgment in the original court (trial court) is reversed or is now… in favor of the party who won the appeal. This phrase also means that you can't pursue the case again. An exception to this would be another appeal. Example. Sally sues Bob for hitting a baseball in her house. Sally says he did and Bob says he didn't. No other witnesses. A judge decides Bob is at fault and orders Bob to fix the damages to the house. Bob appeals and an appeals court reverses and renders. This means, Bob is no longer at fault AND Sally can't sue him again for throwing the baseball, ie. there is no trial. However if the case was reversed and remanded or a mistrial declared that will usually result in another trial.
Rendering in Pr is when the program writes a smaller video file on the side that it can faster show than all your footage and edits. These smaller file sizes allow you to see… your edit in realtime, as opposed to possibly skipping frames or playback slowing.
The verb to render means to provide, to produce, or to represent. It can be used to describe an effect of a given cause (e.g. to render the decision moot). In business, it mea…ns providing professional services. In animal food processing, rendering creates materials from waste products, more specifically the fatty tissue. Computer Technology Rendering is the creation of an image from file data. CGI and digital special effects are done using complex numerical models. Biblical usage "Render" (Greek apodidomi) means "to deliver; to pay off or discharge what is due; to give back; to recompense in a good or bad sense." King James: 1 Peter 3:9 - Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for railing: but contrariwise blessing; knowing that ye are thereunto called, that ye should inherit a blessing. New King James: not returning evil for evil or reviling for reviling, but on the contrary blessing, knowing that you were called to this, that you may inherit a blessing.
When CSS is not compliant with set standards that are applicable, different browsers applying styles to a document with that CSS can display totally different styles, or displ…ay styles that are unnexpected or far-fetched -- this is also called "Incorrect Rendering."
"For services rendered" is a more formal way of saying "for work done". Slightly better grammar too.
It means it was "made" ineffective.
Rendering is a process by which a web browser interprets HTML markup (along with CSS and anything else that might change the appearance or layout of the web page) and determin…es the position and appearance of each element.
The word means "unprofitable, unfruitful, and ineffective" or something which in the changed circumstances cannot be done or achieved.
Answer The algorithms vary (z-buffer, ray-trace, etc.) but generally render means to create a picture composed of discrete pixels. Each pixel has a color assoc…iated with it and the array is what you see when you look at a computer monitor. Rendering is the process of generating an image from a model by means of computer programs. The model is a description of three-dimensional objects in a strictly defined language or data structure. It would contain geometry, viewpoint, texture, lighting, and shading information. The image is a digital image or raster graphics image. The term may be by analogy with an "artist's rendering" of a scene. 'Rendering' is also used to describe the process of calculating effects in a video editing file to produce final video output. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendering_(computer_graphics)
it means her dreams are made out of plastic bubbles and can be broken easy
Specifically, rendering is melting fat until its solids and liquidsare fully separated and one or the other can be removed. Renderingalso refers to a process of removing impur…ities in raw fats, whichhome cooks don't usually have to do.
rendered There are several ways this word is used. Here is a just a short list. 1. to render = perform social acts such as causing, giving, paying, surrendering, …submitting, etc. e.g. Using her judo skills she rendered the attacker helpless. 2. to render = translate, perform or interpret. (music, drama etc) e.g. At the concert, Pavorotti rendered the famous operatic piece Nessun Dorma in his usual outstanding and inimitable way. 3. to render = to cover brick or stone with plaster e.g. The house had lovely walls, all perfectly rendered with pink plaster. See also: to rend = to tear in two (physically or metaphorically) (archaic)
it means is like a man or lady is poorly and thier stuipid
In Teen Dating
he likes you.
A legal decision that is rendered against you means you lost some legal case, either in whole or in part. That could mean a money judgment was entered against you, or you were… found guilty of a criminal or "quasi-criminal" prosecution.
The idiom "I am speechless" means that they are so surprised by something that just happened that they cannot think of anything to say, regardless of their gender.