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A recognition scene (cognitio) is that moment, typically at the end of a comedy, in which long-lost characters are reunited. In many cases, especially those in Shakespeare's plays, those who have been lost are presumed dead; thus, the moment of recognition initially involves a sense of a resurrection or quasi-resurrection having taken place. In classical epic and drama, where such scenes originate (Odysseus' meeting with his nurse Eurycleaia in Book 19 of The Odyssey is the locus classicus), the recognition scene involves an explanation as to how the character who was lost at sea, abducted by thieves, and so on, survived. Recognition scenes are a standard convention of romance, and persist in biblical, medieval, Renaissance, and modern drama as well.
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Okay, well people say the most rediculous stuff for being scene. Don't listen to them. Scene is not a personality like people say. Just like people say emo is being emotional …and cutting yourself... emo doesn't mean cutting yourself. Depression does. And depression is NOT a sterotype. So anyways, to be scene... a BIG must is layerd hair. Like people say... "you need blonde or black hair..." Scene can be any color! You don't have to dye your hair ridiculously crazy designs and all that stuff. Scene can also be any length... you don't have to have hair extensions either. To be honest, I like the short scene hair because I think the long scene hair with extensions look trashy. Also there is extensions that are just to make your hair a diffrent color... those are really cheap. I kinda like them. You can get them at Claire's for about 5-10 dollars for 1 strip. But I suggest only getting one strip or two... not a lot to cover your whole head. Some people do this, but some people don't... but some people tease their hair and put tons of hairspray in their hair. I don't really like to do that... but I like teasing my hair just a little so it won't look flat. Don't tease your hair or use hairspray everyday.. your hair could fall out by the chemicals in the hairspray and by you teasing it a lot... It has happend to a lot of people. So about the makeup, I don't do the makeup... All I do is use a little bit of eyeliner. I just don't like user almost all of my eyeliner, so I don't do the wing. My opinion is it's a little bit too much. I also use mascara. Mascara is fine too. You have probably seen someone have "drew on eyebrows" which I think is ugly. Maybe you can darken your eyebrows with pencil if your eyebrows are to light... just I don't like the "drew on eyebrows" But it is whatever you want to do. If you want those eyebrows... all you have to do is cut off all your eyebrow hairs and paint your eyebrows very carefully the shape you want them... some people just get a tatoo so their eyebrows will be like that forever. So yeah, I think it is dumb... but it is kinda being part of scene. A lot of scene kids have pericings... if you want pericings, I suggest snake bites, spiderbites, or nose pericings. If you can't get your lips peirced... you can always make a fake one by getting a old notebook you don't use anymore, and the spiral type thing you cut to make it look like a C. Then you just put it on your lip. (I think it looks good, I have done it before.) Be sure to paint your nails... a lot of scene kids paint their nails black. Even the guys. Okay so now to what they wear... You can really wear whatever you want. Bt most people say their is two types of clothes that scene kids wear... their is scene that is more of punk, and more of girly. If you want a punk-ish outfit, you wear band tees with skinny jeans and vans or converse. The girly scene you wear dresses, tanktops, and shirts... They useually wear neon colors. If they don't then they wear baby-ish colors. You know... like baby pink and just sweet colors. I don't really remember what to call it but you probably know what I mean... (hopefully). For shoes... the more punk-ish look wears Converse(All Stars or Chuck Taylors) or vans. The girly scene wears ballet flats. So scene has NOTHING to do with typing like people say... just remember that. That is way to overrated and you don't have to have a certain phone either. ^^
Scene is a style. You don't have to have a certain personality... but actually you can wear whatever you want. But a big must is the scene hair. Get your hair in choppy layers…, tease your hair, and get hair extensions! That's pretty much all you have to do. Just be yourself pretty much! So Creepy Everyone Needs Empathy
Linked Recognition occurs when a B cell is activated by a helper T cell that responds to the same antigen as the B cell. The epitope recognized by the B cell must be "li…nked" to the epitope recognized by the helper T cell--in a manner such that both epitopes are physically linked in a certain manner. However, the two epitopes need not be the same. The importance of linked recognition can be observed in maintaining self tolerance. Also, a B cell recognized by a helper T cell is up to 10,000 times more efficient at displaying peptide fragments on their MHC class II molecures than B cells that are not helped.
A scene is a location of an event which attracts attention, or asubdivision of a play.
Problem recognition is the ability to recognize there is a conflict in your goals. In order to work through the problem you have to ensure you are identifying the right pr…oblem first.
MyScene? As in the doll? If that's what you're talking about MyScene is a doll that can be bought at any regular toy store.
Scene is a type of style, a fashion statement. I happen to dress scene occasionally, it can be a hairstyle as well. Dark colors coordinated with bright colors, whatever ma…tches your personality.
Oedipus' recognition scene comes when the shepherd who rescued him from the side of the mountain tells him the story of his infancy. From this story, Oedipus is able to deduce… that Jocasta is his mother and that Laius is his father.
You can't categorize a person by their looks. If a person says they're "Scene" they're just posers. Learn to correctly describe that person ,say that they're extra cr…eative/expressive. P.S This does not help at all
Well honestly... you shouldn't be a Scene. But if you insist all you have to do is layer your hair (Google Image 'Scene Girls'), wear dark skinny jeans, listen to BrokenCyde a…nd Dot Dot Curve, have some band tees of mainstream music, have colorful shirts with logos and yeah... take pics of yourself on a daily basis and put them on the internet. Warship Hello Kitty. Dye your hair blonde or black or get colorful highlights. Just remember raccoon prints are dead. I don't see why people ashouldn't be scenester. Theres nothing wrong with it.
To gain academic recognition for their year abroad, each student must have 60 credits.
Yes, it is. It comes from the verb "to recognize" (British spelling: to recognise).
A facing up to accidents, commissions, mistakes and omissions is what recognition is in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, recognition happen…s with Theban King Creon. It is foreshadowed by Creon's reversing his non-burial edict regarding his nephew Polyneices and seeking to release his niece, Princess Antigone, from her live burial. But it actually occurs just before the chorus' last closing comment. It takes place when Creon is led away blubbering about losing everyone and everything because of his foolishness, offensiveness and stubbornness.
Yes , Creon has a recognition scene in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, a recognition scene allows a character to face up to accidents, comm…issions, mistakes and omissions. It is foreshadowed by Theban King Creon's relenting on the non-burial of his nephew Polyneices and the capital punishment of his niece, Princess Antigone. It actually takes place when Creon acknowledges how everything that makes his life worth meaning is lost through his own stubbornness, poor choices and offensive acts.
It could mean gratitude or acknowledgement, or detection or identification. (Depending on the sentence)
I imagine you can either download it or upgrade and get a windows 7 computer which comes with recognition.