What does seize the moment mean?
It means make the most of each day; live as if you were to die tomorrow. x
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The verb to seize means to grab and hold. Example: "I pulled away before he could seize the phone from me." "The enemy troops prepared to seize the city." "Moving parts will often seize, or become stuck together, unless lubricated."
"Moment" in this sense is used in the same sense as the word "momentum." When someone says something is of "no moment," they mean that the thing has no force, or no ability to change anything.
It means that the product of the amount of separated charges, times the distance between the charges, in whatever units were selected, is that much.
Stereotypically, blonds are considered stupid or air-headed. To have a blond moment is to have a moment when you make a stupid mistake or your brain stops working for a minute. You act like an airhead.
A Moment Like This is a song that talks about love and how manypeople wait forever for a perfect love and do not even recognize itwhen it is present. The song speaks of recognizing those wonderfulmoments and appreciating them.
Impressment - the act of compelling men to serve in a navy by force and without notice. It wasn't just American sailors that the ' press gangs ' rounded up, it was anyone. If you were in the wrong area at the wrong time you could have found yourself a victim of impressment.
According to lead singer M. Shadows, Seize The Day is about taking hold of time, and living life to it's fullest potential. It is also about how life goes on.
The phrase is based on the "concept" of the moment at which you decide to accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, but it has a secular meaning. A "come to Jesus moment" refers to a dawning, epiphany or agreement following a disagreement. It refers to when the light blub comes on and you underst…and something or make a critical decision. (MORE)
An event, action, or decision that results in a significant change for a person, institution, community, country or the world.
To grab the day, in the sense where you make use of the immediate moment rather than the long term.
A "moment" is a measure of how far a physical variable acts from some axis, R. For example; a water wheel is placed in a river so the force of the moving water hits the blades on the rim of the wheel and rotates it about its axis. The water force F acts near the rim . The moment of force is the forc…e F multiplied by its distance from the axis R; Moment of force = FR. This is given the name "torque". When something of mass M moves in a circle with velocity v its momentum is P = Mv and its moment of momentum is PR = MvR. This is given the name "angular momentum". Now if you multiply the mass times R you would logically call MR the moment of mass. But MR doesn't have any particular use in science so its seldom ever calculated. On the other hand the moment of the moment (called the second moment) of mass; MRR or MR^2 is a useful calculation and it is called "moment of inertia". (MORE)
The moment of inertia is a tensor relating the angular velocity to the energy in angular motion and the angular momentum of a rigid body, and the angular acceleration to the torque. Roughly speaking, it is to angular motion what mass is to linear motion. The formula can be found at http://en.wik…ipedia.org/wiki/Moment_of_inertia . (MORE)
That means real property was owned by the decedent at the time of her death, i.e., the decedent was seized in fee simple of certain property as follows . . . . When land is conveyed to a new owner the new owner becomes seized in fee simple of that property. It's an old common law term that comes… from the word seisen which is the possession of a freehold estate. Seisen was used to contrast the lesser estate held by tenants in a village where the land was considered to be the possession of the lords who held the freehold estate. (MORE)
One of the meanings of the word "spur" is "to impose or force an event or action to occur". Thus, the phrase "on the spur of the moment" would mean "to force an event to occur immediately" , as in the following example:. "Having spent hours on his computer, little Jackie realized that he was was…ting his life just sitting there, accomplishing nothing, so, on the spur of the moment , he turned the machine off, and ran outside to find friends to play with.". (MORE)
They say that there's not a lot you can do to change the length of your life, but there is a lot you can do to change its width and depth. Live the moment is one way of saying take full advantage of right now. Take a chance. Dare to raise your heart rate. After all, you only live twice, and the f…irst time's only temporary. If you pay attention to what's going on around you now - "live the moment" - you will enjoy things a lot better than if you spend all your time thinking about the past or worrying about the future. (MORE)
Just what it says, they have the package and will not release it to the buyer. They have seized the package, but not necessarily the contents. It could be for a number of reasons, illegal, customs broker messed up the paperwork. May have a shipping label from Mexico, but actually came from India. Ge…t a good Customs Broker, if you want your goods. FedEx is actually allowed to clear through Customs itself. Custom Officials are not for the amateur to even try to deal with. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Cogli l'attimo or we can also use the more sophisticated famous classic Latin carpe diem
Perhaps the word you are looking for is Cu De Ta? Or, Coup d'Ã©tat. (pulled from wiki) A coup d'Ã©tat (pronounced /ËkuËdeÉªËtÉË/, us dict: kÅÅâ²Â·dÄÂ·tÃ¢â²), (plural: coups d'Ã©tat ) or coup for short, is the sudden unconstitutional deposition… of a government, usually by a small group of the existing state establishment-typically the military-to replace the deposed government with another, either civil or military. A coup d'Ã©tat succeeds when the usurpers establish their legitimacy if the attacked government fail to thwart them, by allowing their (strategic, tactical, political) consolidation and then receiving the deposed government's surrender; or the acquiescence of the populace and the non-participant military forces. (MORE)
Is this Zane from CDInzane? It's cease and desist, you idiot. Sometimes you'll hear of someone getting a C&D letter. Seize and Assist ... Hahahahaha. *Edit... I don't know who wrote this answer, but they have no idea what they are talking about. It means to take over and help. This sometimes is r…efered to as a bailout, i.e. Banks. (MORE)
Rap- is the Latin root that means 'to seize'. Latin derivatives include the infinitive 'rapere' for 'to seize, snatch'; the adverb 'raptim' for 'violently'; and the noun 'raptor' for 'robber'. English derivatives include the adjectives 'rapt' and 'raptorial', and the noun 'raptor'.
In Irish you could say "to seize the opportunity" which would be "Breith ar an bhfaill" or "An deis a thapÃº". Scottish Gaelic:?
Usually (but not necessarily) by force. But in any event, not by statutorily legal lines of succession.
The moment of truth is that moment when the truth comes out. It'swhen you see if you are right or wrong, or if something is going towork out or not.
It means that your mad and then you get over it. Improve above answer.....It could mean something as serious as an emotional problem such as bi-polar disorder if it occurs on a regular basis. ^ I have to agree. I have that "problem" and I am like that all the time (:(
If someone tells you he or she has "too much on at the moment" it probably is a shortened way of saying "too much GOING on at the moment". If it's in the context of explaining a personal tendency towards avoiding a person that they've been "going with", it's usually a vague way of saying "My attenti…on has too many things distracting it to be able to focus on you now". It is my experience that no matter what someone's living situation is, or job situation is, if there is a person someone's in love with, and still attracted to, time is always available for that person. It only becomes unavailable when there's another person in the picture that is serving as a distraction. It may be temporary or permanent, but odds are, it does not bode well for a relationship if this is getting said. (MORE)
The nematocysts allow the animal to hold the prey and venom is injected. The venom is often a neurotoxin that disables the prey and prevents too much damage to the soft bodied cnidarian. There are also chemicals injected that begin the digestion process. When the prey is ingested, more digestive che…micals are used. (MORE)
"God day" is hard to translate directly into Latin because Latin doesn't use nouns attributively this way. You'd have to translate something like "Seize the divine day" or "Seize the day of God". These would be Carpe diem divinam or Carpe diem Dei , respectively.
All things (bodies) in the world we perceive as something whole entity. Therefore it exists some internal forces and moments which keep detected rigidity. From this point of view for each external factor it must be presented some internal factor with the opposite direction according III Newton L…aw. For example, external point force provokes internal reaction. The last is reason of Bending Moment (like Force) definition in applied mechanics. The principle is very simple: Action - Opposite Action. (MORE)
I could be something that you heard about or read about It doesn't mean anything in particular. This is called DÃ©jÃ Vu
When talking about a movement of a force and state variegationsprinciple of movements are just saying that this is a animal thatrelocates often.
'Seize the world' would actually be 'carpe mundum,' because 'mundus' would need to be in the accusative case.
to seize power illegally means to take control with out any vote or government involved.
All the stuff Nicki has been through then finally getting that moment she always been waiting for all her life!
The Latin term "carpe diem" literally means "seize the day" and implies that one should act immediately (to not postpone or delay), or less specifically to act on (seize) opportunities that arise.
A much awaited moment is a moment that you have been waiting for, anticipating, or looking forward to for a long time or what may seem like a long time.
when someone says mark this moment to you.it means that the happenings of that moment will make a impact in future or it brings a important turn.
J'ai soixante seize ans literally means "I have seventy-six years" Which is like saying, "I am seventy-six years old"
throat cutting :) Better to say in military fashion that "no quarter", no mercy is shown to the enemy.
Well it can help you because with out the suffix the word would be momento which means moment in Latin. Adding the ous makes the word more important, like joyous our something like that. I hope it helped.
in random movement of electrons more may end up on one side of the molecule than the other, creating a temporary negative charge on that side. this is a dipole moment. an induced dipole is a nearby molecule whose electrons are repelled by the negative charge on the dipole, creating a negative charge… on the opposite side (and positive charge on side near dipole). (MORE)
the meaning of what makes you beautiful is no matter what u are your beautiful meaning of one thing is the most important thing that is yours.The meaning of gotta be you is never letting u you go and a love story of someone u love
As in "the perfect time" for something, or "getting caught up in something" and being seriously focused on a certain thing. Usually refers to a connection between two "partners", in modern day literature.
It means something magical. " My secret crush ran over to me, and kissed me on the cheek. That was a magical moment!":)
One definition of the phrase to mesmerize the moment is to take control of an audience or to captivate your listeners and have them spell bound or enthralled by your words and speech.
From this moment means from this point forward. Nothing included from the past but focus on everything in the future. An example could be, "From this moment on no one will be allowed to leave their desk unless they are given permission."
Shallow moments might refer to a moment when a person makes adecision that seems shallow. For example a person might have ashallow moment when he or she chooses a date just by the person'slooks.
The meaning of clockwise movement is movement in the same directionof the hands of a clock, or in a circle from left to right.Anticlockwise movement is movement in a circle from right to left.
Take a moment to think about a point would help you understand the depth and meaning of that point.
Never seizes to amaze is a phrase. It is used for a person who isoutstanding in every way.
There are two words I can think of regarding time in a moment. . now = time at this moment . then = time at that moment