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In Health

Why is a hospital theatre called a theatre?

In the past hospital theatres were more like drama theatres. The operation would take place in the centre of a room surrounded by tiered seats and various people (presumably o (MORE)

What theatre is the national theatre?

I am presuming this question refers to the American NATIONAL THEATRE or what was once called Ford's theatre, where President Lincoln was shot. There was, and may still be a Na (MORE)

Why is this theatre called restoration theatre?

Restoration Theatre refers to theatre done after the end of the Puritan government in England. Public stage plays had been banned by the Puritan government. With the return to (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is MAMA cycle?

  The "MAMA" cycle is a pattern for positive identity, which stands for moratorium - achievement - moratorium - achievement. James Marcia's Identity moratorium is "the s (MORE)

What is holy theatre and deadly theatre?

The holy theatre and deadly theatre are titles of two of the four essays on theatrical performance in Peter Brook's "The Empty Space". The first is the "deadly theatre" that r (MORE)

What is a baby mama?

It is a slangy way of saying "Baby's Mama." It just means the mother of your child. it means my baby's mother its a term that came out of the ghettos or "hoods" of America it (MORE)
In Grammar

Is mama a possessive?

No, the noun 'mama' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a synonym  for 'mother'; a word for a person.   A possessive noun is a word that indicates that something in  t (MORE)