Answer-- A 'hand shake' is a form of greeting someone. Men for centuries have shook hands and sometimes business deals were just a simple hand shake and no contract involved… (that was many years ago.) Often men could tell from the hand shake they received if the man was honest, weak, or a good businessman. Men usually never shook hands with women (because it was more masculine that feminine.) Up until the 1960's if a man was introduced to a woman she would be acknowledged by a nod and a smile and 'Very nice to meet you.' In earlier years men of stature would gently hold the woman's hand he was introduced to and kiss the top of her hand. Today many women have careers and slid into 'the man's world' so now shaking hands with a woman is acceptable. In I.T. : A hand shake is a term used when creating a virtual connection between hosts. An example of this is with the TCP protocol's 3-way handshake in which a connection must be established for communication... 1. The client sends a SYN (Sync) packet to the remote host when it needs to negotiate a connection, which includes an initial sequence number. This indicates to the other computer that the client wants to negotiate a connection. 2. When the remote host receives the packet, it records the sequence number and replies with an acknowledgement (ACK), which is the initial sequence number which the client sent +1 (a way of verifying receipt by saying, 'i received your sequence number and i am expecting the same number +1 next'). It also sends its own sequence number so the client can do the same in the next step... 3. The client receives the remote hosts own sequence number +1 in the ACK packet which confirms it is communicating with the desired computer and responds with its own ACK of the remote hosts sequence number +1. This confirms the connection and the hosts can now begin communication. Every packet sent afterwards carries on using sequencing numbers so each end knows where the data came from and in what order it is to be assembled. (MORE)
We've made a huge database of classroom games you can sort by age, materials, and more. There are games for the little ones and the big kids, safe and educational. You can fin…d it over at http://www.taiwanenglish.com/games.php (MORE)
This is a game without a real name. Basically, Three or four are the "bad guys" and start in a safe haven. Everyone else runs and hides. One "bad guy" is a spy who tells the "…good guys" where the safe haven is. The job of the "good guys" is to find the safe haven and stay there because they cannot be caught there. If they are not in there the "bad guys" can catch them and send them to jail. Only way out of jail is to be tagged by a team mate. Game continues until either all the good guys are in jail (and the bad guys win) or they all make it to the safe haven (and the good guys win). The best way to play this game is in the dark. (MORE)
1st - Age of Empires 2nd - Age of Empires - The Rise of Rome - Expansion 3rd - Age of Empires II - The Age of Kings 4th - Age of Empires II - The Conquerors - Expansion … 5th - Age of Empires III 6th - Age of Empires III - The Warchiefs - Expansion 7th - Age of Empires III - The Asian Dynasties - Expansion (MORE)
you can simply get them by following the personality test and here are the list you should enter: Yumbrad: 1. Mysterious 2. Reading Book 3. Homemade Dinner 4. Afterno…on 5. Dark Colors 6. Appearance 7. Clever Guy 8. Handsome 9. Another Dimension 10. He must have weird Hobby - Prince Orem: 1. Pure 2. Playing Game 3. FastFood 4. Morning 5. Natural 6. Appearance 7. Clever 8. Cute 9. Faraway Land 10. He can use Magic - Neody 1. Mysterious 2. Reading 3. Homemade Dinner 4. Morning 5. Soft 6. Talent 7. Strange Guy 8. Handsome 9. Nearby 10. He can use Magic - Cihu 1. Mysterious 2. Reading 3. Homemade Dinner 4. Morning 5. Soft 6. Talent 7. Strange Guy 8. Handsome 9. Nearby 10. Weird Hobby - Zoui 1. Wild 2. Playing 3. Homemade Dinner 4. Morning 5. Natural 6. Personality 7. Strong 8. Cute 9. Nearby 10. He can use Magic - Dornick: 1. Mysterious 2. Reading Book 3. Highclass 4. Night 5. Dark 6. Talent 7. Clever 8. Handsome 9. Faraway 10. Use Magic - Mr. Nobody 1. Mysterious 2. Reading Book 3. High Class 4. Night 5. Dark 6. Talent 7. Clever 8. Handsome 9. Another Dimension 10. Use Magic - Ividine 1. Mysterious 2. Playing Game 3. Highclass 4. Night 5. Natural 6. Talent 7. Clever 8. Handsome 9. Another Dimension 10. Weird Hobby - Lenz 1. Mysterious 2. Reading 3. Highclass 4. Night 5. Dark 6. Personality 7. Clever 8. Cute 9. Nearby 10. Magic - Mysterious Guy(Mysterious Man) 1. Mysterious 2. Playing Game 3. Homemade 4. Night 5. Dark 6. Personality 7. Strange 8. Handsome 9. Another Dimension 10. Weird Hobby (MORE)
I can think of many answers off the top of my head. A very good one is read. I'm 13. I randomly picked up a book one day and that is now my favorite thing to do, beside listen… to music. This may sound odd for someone my age but I read and listen to classical music. If you have land, of any size, go exploring. You never know what you'll find. Another over looked thing is building stuff out of things. I still use legos to build stuff. I've made some cool stuff. Another thing is learning to play music. With YouTube and other websites nowadays you can, if musically able and smart enough, learn a new song on piano in like five minutes. Also look up on the Internet fun projects. My friend sam (who me an my friend call mcguiver) does crazy stuff all the time. He's building a dam, a motorcycle out of a weed hacker engine and a old bicycle, and digging out a cave under ground(which he himself filled with furniture and installed power down there, which is attached to his house now). All kinds of things to do. Posibilities are endless. Believe me. You can learn literally anything by reading. I didn't think so and now I'm learning Italian, Spanish, programming, I'm learning, literally, a new song on piano and/or guitar every day. There you go. Get to it. (MORE)
Here is a list of ALL the Video Game ratings: .
E - Everyone .
eC - Early Childhood .
E 10+ - Everyone (10 and above) .
T - Teenagers (13 to 17) .
M - …Mature (17 and above) .
Ao - Adults only (18 and above) .
RP - Rating Pending (MORE)
about any game,(barbies,board games, etc),wil have an age like 6+ or something like that. That is an appropriate age for when that child should play with the toy. If it says 4…+ that means it is recommended for children four and up. But there is not really an age limmit. (MORE)
because girls are made to make sandwichs for men who play videogames... it reminds them werer they stand in society.. Not funny. If you were really being serious, well then go…od luck finding a girlfriend. You'll need it. Btw, if you hate women so much.. You might as well just date a man. (MORE)
There isn't really a certain age that you should read it. I read it when I was twelve, and finished it when I was fourteen (because that's when Mockingjay came out c; ). I…t all depends on the maturity level of the child. I know a 9 year old who read the trilogy and loved it, but she is years older than her age. I know an eleven year old who I would not let read it, because her parents are very careful with what she is exposed to and she is very naive. It's the kid's parent choice, really. But make sure they are mature enough, and if you aren't sure, I'd suggest you scope it out either with sparknotes or even just read the book first! (MORE)
Kids? Probably none. Parents who decide what to buy for kids is another matter entirely. Game retailers typically require ID for games rated Mature, but that doesn't sto…p some parents from buying them, or the kids playing the game at a friend's house. Actually, game retailers would make more money if they didn't tote the ageist ESRB rating system. (MORE)
No. Not even a prodigy child would be able to play video games at the age of one, simply because they don't have the hand-and-eye coordination that is required to play such ga…mes. But it depends on the individual toddler. Some are more mentally developed than others. (MORE)
Skyscape was developed for use by professionals in the medical field. The interface on the devices is user friendly but may not be suitable for young children or teens who hav…e no interest in the medical field. (MORE)
The Tributes: District 1: Glimmer- Age: Unknown Marvel- Age: Unknown District 2: Clove- Age: Unknown Cato- Age:16 District 3: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy D…istrict 4: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 5: Fox Face- Age: Unknown Tribute Boy District 6: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 7: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 8: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 9: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 10: Tribute Girl Tribute Boy District 11: Rue- Age: 12 Thresh- Age: Unknown District 12: Katniss- Age: 16 Peeta- Age: 16 The Capitol/Extras/Mentors-And-Others Effie: The Woman Who Calls Out The Tributes Names For The Reaping. Effie is always bright and bubbly, unless your eating with your hands. She doesn't seem like a very helpful character, but she is. Haymitch: Katniss and Peeta's Mentor. Haymitch always has to have liquor with him, who knows why. But when Katniss first met him, she was a little scared that if she won, she would turn out like him. Cinna: Cinna is Katniss's Stylist Although Cinna doesn't sound like a very import character, he is one of the most important extras. (Spoiler-Alert) Cinna is against the Hunger Games, meaning he doesn't think it should be there. So after he helps Katniss with being the Mocking jay, he's killed. Katniss really liked Cinna, as a friend. He was the only one she could trust. Venia-Flavius-Octavia: Katniss's prep team. Portia: Peeta's Stylist We don't hear a lot about Portia. Gale: Katniss's best friend since she was 11. Gale is two years older than Katniss. And Gale is a big part of the book (in Catching Fire, and Mocking Jay), seeing that he wanted to run away with her. Katniss's Mother: Can you guess what she is? Katniss's Mother is a house doctor, who kind of just left Katniss to take care of Prim, little sister, when their father died. Prim: Katniss's Little Sister Prim is an adorable little eleven-year-old, who was devastated when Katniss volunteered for her at the reaping. Avox Girl: Servant for the Capitol. President Snow: The President of Panem. Apparently he always smells of Blood and Roses. Seneca Crane: The Head Game Maker in the Hunger Games The man that Katniss shot the arrow at, but she was aiming for the apple. Madge: the Mayor of District 12's daughter. Madge is the one that gave Katniss the Mocking Jay pin! I think that's most of them. Hopefully that answers your question! (MORE)
in most of the hunger games that was showed by collins it was fitting for the enviroment that they were put in. so if it was tropical and wet they would be given light clothes…. in a forest or desert they would be given thick clothes for the night because it would be cold at night. (MORE)
The best game kids can play in a restaurant that is easy (arguably) and quiet is the quiet game. This is an age old trick by parents to create an illusion of entertainment for… children in the challenge of being quiet in a game form. Both the kids and parents win as they both get what they want. Many restaurants offer crayons as well for when your kids get wise to what you are doing as an alternative. (MORE)