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"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
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Here Are Some Definitions For People 1. persons indefinitely or collectively; persons in general: tofind it easy to talk to people; What will people think? 2. persons, whether men, women, or children, considered asnumerable individuals forming a group: Twenty people volunteeredto help. 3. human beings, as distinguished from animals or other beings. 4. the entire body of persons who constitute a community, tribe,nation, or other group by virtue of a common culture, history,religion, or the like: the people of Australia; the Jewishpeople. 5. the persons of any particular group, company, or number(sometimes used in combination): the people of a parish;educated people; salespeople. 6. the ordinary persons, as distinguished from those who havewealth, rank, influence, etc.: a man of the people. 7. the subjects, followers, or subordinates of a ruler, leader,employer, etc.: the king and his people. 8. the body of enfranchised citizens of a state: representativeschosen by the people. 9. a person's family or relatives: My grandmother's people camefrom Iowa. 10. (used in the possessive in Communist or left-wing countries toindicate that an institution operates under the control of or forthe benefit of the people, esp. under Communist leadership): people's republic; people's army. 11. animals of a specified kind: the monkey people of theforest. 12. to furnish with people; populate.
When people are mean to you it could be mean they are jealous orwant to feel better about themselves. If your wondering why makingpeople feel bad would help themselves its because when they do thatthey feel in control knowing most kids will listen to them by beingafraid and not giving it back to them. Your probably just as strongas them or even more stronger but you are never less then them evenif they say so. So just be strong and tell them to cut it out.-hang in there it happens to most of us at least once. Because they want to make themselves feel better
if you meen to make them like you ask stuff that they like and say you do to or observe there surroundings like if there is a golf trophy on one of the shelves say something about golf.
That exact phrase comes from Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address", but the idea that governments can only be legitimate when the people themselves control them is much older.. ______________________________________________________________________. Well, somebody's got a way with words! Anyways, the answer is, yes, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.. Lu, meh!
The reason why anyone does anything is at best a guess. Often as not, people have little to no clue why they do things such as bullying. It could be the acting out of the adage, "Misery loves company," the bullying trying to make others miserable like he feels. It could be deflection. Deflection, from a psychological perspective is the tendency for a person to ignore or turn away from emotional triggers (trauma or bad memories/experiences). This can be done in verbal or physical ways, and is done to remove attention from himself and place it away from onto others. It could be projection. Projection, from a psychological perspective, is when a person ascribes negative attributes he perceives within himself, real or imagined, onto others. It could be some unknowable, bizarre behavior. Just know that no one does anything for no reason. Similar to, everyone will stop any behavior given enough motivation to do so.
US citizens VOTE for the government official who then REPRESENTS the citizens while in office.
well yes!!! it is suposed to be but here lately it is just getting where the goverment has its own bystanders and they do what they want!! am i right?
"How do you do" is a pleasantry that used to be more common than it is currently. The general progression leading up to this phrase was usually something like:. "Hello, Mr. Jones.". "Hello, Ms. Smith, how do you do?". or when introducing someone,. "Mr. Brain, I'd like you to meet Ms. Smith". "How do you do, Ms. Smith?". Something like this. These are just social niceties, really. The person may not genuinely want to know how the person is doing, but the phrase is repeated in a polite manner nonetheless.
Democracy? No Democracy means all citizens have equal say. And because Lincoln was talking in the Gettysburg address about the United states of America, he was talking about a democratic republic not a democracy. A government of the people by the people for the people is in fact a statement of the very essence of the American form of Government a four part democratic republic with a civil authority, and three government branches Judicial, Legislative, and Executive. By the people we vote for delegates, of the people offices held by citizens, for the people, in the interests of the constitutionally protected freedoms of each resident of the USA
The phrase is adapted from the first English translation of the Bible by John Wycliffe and is included in the General Prologue to the Bible translation of 1384. The statement was made is, " This Bible is for the Government of the People, by the People, and for the People. " A paraphrase of this was made by Abraham Lincoln in his Gettysburg Address.
It means that our Democracy is organized by the people and is operated by the people for the purpose of serving the people.
That means that the government should be basically run by it's citizens. That's why normal citizens run for offices, like representatives of state, and senators, and mayors, governors, and presidents. "...and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth" was the last line of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. See the link below.
Abraham Lincolm meant that he wanted everone to have equal rights becuse that was near the time of the constitution
For the People By the People means that the people run the government and the government is made to protect the people.
All members of American government are Also citizens of the country and are run by citizens, not Royals (of the people, by the people), they work for you to keep the country running (for the people).
Treasonous Abraham Lincoln, in his campaign for dictatorship of the U.S. had said this in his Gettysburg address. If you read the Constitution you will know why I said Treasonous, it defines it in there.
"...and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. " is the last line of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address . See the link below.
The phrase, "... and that government of the people, by the people, and for the people, shall not perish from the Earth." is from Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Umm. Well, I did only because I play soccer for a premier team and I got invited to Austria to play in the People to People world cup.
anarchy----Democracy. Technically, it can also be called "anarchism" or "anarchy" from "an-" (no) "arch" (ruler), the state of having no ruler over us but ourselves.-but incorrectly- called anarchy. The correct term would be "chaos".If you have no idea what this is about please look it up, then come back and try again. thank you so much!you may email me at email@example.comIt's about what Lincoln was saying in the Gettysburg Address. Anarchy it is not. It is about Democratic Government.
Yes. In it's purest form. But in this day and age it's a little murky.
People are selected for People to People by applying. Certaincriteria must be met and letters of recommendations are required.
well there can be a lot of reasone, someone can see something that scared them, of something they did not like and it shocked them, hope this helps
People should not be like that. They do not have the right to judge other people. Only God has that right, and people should not hate because they look diffrent than other of have a different skin color. It is all kind of dumb. Prejudice is only taught within an environment of upbringing and influences of the wrong crowd. The best strategies are to leave them alone and don't allow yourself and others be exposed to their teachings. It is an unkind lifestyle in society to feel having prejudice in your heart and hate those who are different in their cultural beliefs. It is really just ignorance with no facts nor reason to support their prejudices.
People will innately dislike anything that is different. It's a survival mechanism. But ... Generally, most people will not try to kill you for looking different. In most circumstances if someone is to kill someone else there is either a well defined trigger or psychological problem. Claiming that all people or even most people will kill or hate "goth" people is only perpetuating a problem and is doing nothing to solve it.
The correct thing to say is "people are". The word people does not refer to singular except when used for group description. Looking at the word properly shows that it is better to say "My people are on the way" rather than saying "My people is on the way".
People can make people by giving birth. Sex is what causes pregnancy, and pregnancy leads to childbirth.
Being around the homeless makes many people very uncomfortable in the same way that a person with Down Syndrom or cerebal palsy. People see the homeless as dirty degenerates. It's very hard to be clean with no place to live or get a haircut for lack of money. The sad truth is that any one of us could be in the same situation.
Prejudice and hate come in many forms, for many reasons. For example, I had to delete the previous answer to this question, because it was hateful. People hate what they do not understand. Religous based hatred comes from misinterpreting the values of one's religion to justify hurting other people. And it is a mater of fact that, as ALL MEN WERE CREATED EQUAL, Jews take the law of God in their own hands and moudl it to their own benefit.
Medically speaking, you are exposing yourself to a greater (but very small) risk of bacterial infection or virus by "making out" with people, making it 'bad' for people. Culturally speaking, however, kissing is seen as a romantic and emotionally involved act, largely seen as a good thing. The only thing that makes it "good" for an individual is how it makes them feel.. More correct answer: . HPV is the most common STD and it is mostly transmitted by mouth. It causes throat cancer and warts. . In this day and age it is not safe to kiss anyone unless you have them tested for herpes HPV, and other STD's. . The famous actor Michael Douglass got throat cancer from this digression. .
Statistically speaking, studies show that a random sample of 200 people yields about the same data for ANY larger number of people, such as 5 million. Therefore, the minimum number of people surveyed in a scientific study should be 200.
People tend to see them as drug addicts, alcoholics, and formerinmates. However, not all of them are! People also often see themas disgusting, dirty, and lazy. However, those who stay in sheltersare made to keep up their hygiene, and shelters have policies thatencourage them to go and look for work. Not all are lazy, sincesome were hard workers before disaster hit them.
Because it gives them something to talk about some big people do like sloppy but then there are others who keep themselves looking very nice and sometimes they look nicer and have nicer things then the skinny people talking about them, but the main people who talk about fat people are ugly people it are so many things that people can point out about them. I just wish one day everybody can stop talking about everybody. Because they are mean and have their own opinion.
Because they are a social disgrace for not taking care of their bodies Answer: People do not generally hate "fat" people. Prejudice against any group an occur based on ethnicity, national origin, appearance, religion or other criteria can occur. Even "beautiful" people, ambitius or well educated people (these are often seen as positive attributes) complain that they are cut out of job interviews because they might not be willing to be long term employees.
Certain people call people by their names to get their attention otherwise it would be irrevelant for them to contradict the meaning of someones name.
Simple! they send people to space to investigate space! The moon is an example! people are sent there to check out the moon, to find theories and discoveries. An example of a discovery: the moon was a meteorite that hit Earth , and been orbiting Earth by Earths gravitational force. they must have found that out by its craters or something! They could have also measured how much gravity is in moon.
I really love my boyfriend Anthony rodriguez............he is the most amazing boy in th world....that is wat i always say to ppl when they ask for my boyfriends name ="] ="}
It depends in what you mean. People are people.. Period. There's nothing special about what defines you as "people" human beings are people..? Answers your question?
The reasons vary. They may be cowards, or they may want attention. Or they may be filled with a lot of hatred. With children, cyberbullying is often an extension of bullying which starts at school. Cyberbullying is just another tool in their bullying arsenal. With adults, somethings things go the other way, where things start online and then move to real life.
Yes, gay people are real people. The only difference is they formintimate relationships with the same sex and that is a privatematter between themselves and any partner they should choose. Most gay people fall in love and have monogamous relationships;they work; pay taxes; are family orientated and other than theirsexual orientation, they are no different than people who arestraight (like the opposite sex.)
The words of the people for the people by the people also known as the Gettysburg Address can be seen carved into the south interior wall of the Lincoln Memorial building.
In general, I believe it's because they're afraid they might be a little gay themselves and they don't even want to think about it. I mean, really, what's the reason for fear? What's the worst thing a gay person would do -- hit on them? In which case it's only necessary to say no... unless they're afraid they might not want to say no. Another view: Actually, very few are actually scared of gay people. More people disagree with gay people or even dislike them than actually fear them. It can be argued that hating gay people is out of fear, but that is up for debate. More people oppose gayness without actually hating or opposing gay people. Behaviors and philosophies are not the same as people, and it is possible to be against one and not the other, though they are intertwined. Of the ones who are afraid, it is because of flimsy reasons like they are afraid the person will make sexual moves on them or approach them for sex. Really, if someone is secure in their masculinity or sexuality, gay folks are no threat to them. Also, people sometimes confuse gay people with other people they fear. Gay people are not the same as child molesters. Most gay men prefer other gay men. Likewise, gay men don't dress up as women to try to trick straight men into having sex with them. Gayness is not about deception, nor is it a rejection of one's own gender. It is time to put an end to the myths and stereotypes.
People which often manipulate are not very nice. It is used in many different ways. In history it was used to make people make decisions which they wanted them to make mostly used by leaders of countries. Now a days it is used by children to control other kids if they want to bully others. It is also used by adults in jobs and adverts are a classic example. E.g. there are only two washing up company's in Britain but we still buy so many different types of washing powder and liquid. It can be used in good ways but mostly in bad ways.
People have to correct other people because they take pride in being right all the time, and they think it makes them seem smart. Some people do because they care and want to help, whether it be just answer a question, or correct a mistake so they won't make it twice. Or they just try to be a smartass.
When images of people appear in dreams, they often are symbols used to represent something or someone quite different from what they appear to be. For example, dreaming about one's father might suggest the dreamer's feelings about authority or power. Dreams about a child or children are often about left-over feelings or fears from the dreamer's own childhood. . people dream about other people when they are in love or want that person
Gettysburg Address by President Abraham Lincoln: Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation, so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate, we can not consecrate, we can not hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion-that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain-that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom-and that government of the people, by the people, for the people , shall not perish from the earth.
This first shows up in the preamble of the constitution and Lincoln used it in the Gettysburg Address .
"...of the people, by the people, and for the people..." is a section taken from the Gettysburg Address given by President Abraham Lincoln on November 19, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
It means that our Democracy is organized by the people and is operated by the people for the purpose of serving the people. These words are generally used to describe a democracy . A democracy is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. . In a democracy, the elected leaders are citizens of the country and enjoy the same rights as all other citizens. Hence, the government/leaders are elected of the people . . The government and the leaders of the state are elected by the people . . The elected leaders work for the development of the state and the welfare of the citizens. Hence, the government works for the people . These are the three basic principles of a democracy.
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