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What does this quote mean the blood dimmed tide is loosed?
This is a line from a poem by Yeats, called The Second Coming. "Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. Surely some revelation is at hand; Surely the Second Coming is at hand. The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi Troubles my sight: somewhere in sands of the desert A shape with lion body and the head of a man, A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun, Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it Reel shadows of the indignant desert birds. The darkness drops again; but now I know That twenty centuries of stony sleep Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle, And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born? " This is a disturbing poem about the end of the world. The line that you are asking about, "the blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned," evokes the image of bloody water flooding over innocent people and drowning them. You might use this quote if some particularly horrible situation has just begun - war or massacre, for example.
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A quote means it is something you either 1: use in reports from somebody who said the exact words. Or 2: the two things you use in sentences when someone is speaking. E…X41: I had a dream." Martin Luther King. Ex42: maery said ," My mom is taking me to Six Flags, would you like to come STeve?" (_=1 0r 2)EX4_ means example for meaning/usage one or two
Dim is used to declare a variable, such as: Dim x as integer It is comparable to var x:int in action script. Dim is a short form for dimension. Dim can also be like say…ing "Let x = 1". Except you can declare the variable as anything it allows.
Diminuendo which means gradually getting quieter.
DIM stands for declaration in memory. the words DIM is used todeclare a variable. Yes Correct, I used to declare variable. I think it means Dimension, Dimension Of the memory… location The original Basic language did not require or have a typedefinition. All variables were numeric with no distinction betweeninteger and real/float. Assigning space for a variable was easy,they were all the same type and size. Some Basic implementations, using variable name modification, lateradded character variables by a dollar sign appended (varname$) andan integer type with a percent sign (varname%) leaving theunsuffixed version as it originally was. You were allowed to haveall three versions of a name in play at the same time so Basicstill had no type declarations. For an array, you needed to tell Basic how much space to allocatefor the array. Some of the more used languages at that time (e.g.fortran) used a"Dimension" keyword for this and Basic similarlyused a shorter DIM statement. Being that the designers of VB were implementing a version of Basicand they did need a type declaration, I would guess they decided touse the closest thing available: A DIM statement.
Declare in Memory
decrease the volume, little by little
You don't need to worry about losing blood. Sometimes your period will be heavy, and on some days lighter. It is probably approximately 30-40 mL in one period (not per day) or… you might like to think or it as two table spoons.
Dim sum literally means "a bit of heart." It is the name for a popular Chinese cuisine which involves a wide range of little dishes, such as dumplings, served with Chin…ese tea. There are restaurants that specialize in only serving dim sum meals.
The word tide mean befall.
No. Blood is a specialized connective tissue that belongs to the liquid connective tissue.
Two factors typically come into play: Shock and hypovolemia (lack of blood). Shock is your body (and mind) trying to cope with a difficult situation, and its occurrance …is not always a bad thing. Unconsciousness beats enduring extreme pain you can't escape from, for instance. And part of the shock process releases endorphins into your system, which can cut pain levels to something you can live with in order to save your own life. I watched films of a woman who, after a fall resulting in a disasterously damaged knee, who was able to CRAWL on it over 100 yards to safety - and then -- once safe -- she passed out. When interviewed, she said it wasn't even all that painful until she awakened afterwards: shock and trauma. It's also fair to say that shock can be induced in a cognitive sense. I have a good friend who passes out when he sees blood. This (I suppose) is an empathy response where he sees blood, identifies with his own bleeding, and shocks out. This says a lot for his empathy; and not as much for his chances for a career in surgery :} The other problem from bleeding out is hypoxia or lack of oxygen, resultant from blood loss (hypovolemia). No blood means no way to carry sufficient oxygen. Unconscious restults, which reduces the body's oxygen needs for a time. This is why first responders put such emphasis on stopping bleeding at trauma sites.
The meaning of quotes is to give someone the credit for saying a certain phrase or sentence, or even paragraph, in a piece of writing. Unless you were talking about… the symbols "", then they are there to show that someone is speaking in a story.
There can be but usually not. Only 2/10 bleeds. The main reason is not enough lubrication.
A diminished triad chord ( Play (help·info)) is a triad consisting of a minor third and a diminished fifth above the root - if built on C, a diminished chord would have a C, …an E♭ and a G♭. It resembles a minor triad with a lowered (flattened) fifth. In the common practice period, the diminished chord is considered dissonant, or unstable. It lacks tonal center or drive because the diminished fifth symmetrically divides the octave. A diminished chord occurs in a major scale only on the seventh scale degree; in the key of C, this is a B diminished chord (B, D, F). This also occurs in the seventh chord built on the fifth note; in C, this is G dominant seventh (G, B, D, F). In a twelve-tone equal tempered tuning, a diminished chord has 3 semitones between the third and fifth, 3 between the root and third, and 6 between the root and fifth. It is represented by the integer notation 0, 3, 6. In most sheet music books, Cdim or C° denotes a diminished seventh chord (a four note chord) with root C, and Cm-5 or Cmb5 denotes a diminished triad with root C. Howevever, in some modern jazz books and some music theory literature, Cdim or C° denotes a diminished triad, while Cdim7 or C°7 denotes a diminished seventh chord.
That quote comes from either Saw II, or the new movie There will be blood. Perhaps from Shakespeare's Macbeth, in which after being badly frightened by the ghost of Banquo, M…acbeth says, "It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood." He means that no one can get away with murder because someone will always take revenge.
The word quote means to name the price of something. It can also mean to say something. e.g. He said he could quote what happened in the car crash.