Asked in Germany in WW2Sentence and Word Structure
Germany in WW2
Sentence and Word Structure
What does gesticulating mean?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Which body part does one move when he or she is gesticulating?
Asked in Roman Numerals
What is it called when you are waving your hands weighing an argument?
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure
What is a sentence for the word gesticulating?
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use the word gesticulating in a sentence?
Asked in Word Games
A 13 letter word beginning and ending in the same letter?
How you use the word gesticulating in a sentence?
Asked in Relationships
Where can a man go to be castrated?
Castration is not a typical elective surgery. It is done in some instances of gesticulating cancer, and can be the punishment in some nations for crimes of a sexual nature. Beside being dangerous, it can also lead to serious complications. There is nowhere in the US where you could get it done voluntarily.
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What are some examples of body language?
Body language can range from gesticulating wildly when talking (indicating excitement), crossing your legs in the opposite direction of the person with whom you are talking (indicating disinterest), or averting your eyes when speaking (an indication of a lie). It is any conscious or subconscious body movement that sends a message.
Asked in History of Germany
How did Germany look politically after the election of 1928?
It looked at the time as if Germany was becoming politically stable and as if the democratic parties had little to fear from the political Right. In the 1928 election the Nazis won only 12 seats (out of about 500) in the Reichstag and were widely regarded as a laughing-stock headed by wildly gesticulating, raving and ranting funny little man.
Why did Hitler and his nazi party like the Great Depression?
In 1928, before the Great Depression, the Nazis did disastously in the general election, and Hitler was widely regarded as a grotesque, wildly gesticulating, screaming and shouting, funny little man. The Great Depression brought widespread unemployment and hardship, and many Germans were willing, even keen, to give 'alternative parties' a chance.
Asked in World War 2, Famous People, Dictatorship
Was James Doolittle a dictator in Germany of what year?
At the time of the Doolittle raid Germany was ruled by a very odious, wildly gesticulating, screaming and shouting, ranting and raving grotesque little man with a toothbrush moustache, the archetypal moustachioed dictator - parodied brilliantly by Charlie Chaplin in 'The Great Dictator' ... James (Jimmy) Doolittle, along with millions of others, was fighting against that nasty, Nazi little man. It seems there's been some muddle.
How did Hitler use his trial to gain more popularity?
# The presiding judge at the trial was a secret member of the Nazi party. He allowed Hitler to speechify like crazy from the dock, despite complaints from the other two judges. # At the time (1924) the leading darling of the nationalists was Erich Ludendorff, who was accused with Hitler. So, there they were, in the dock - the wildly gesticulating, raving and ranting corporal and the field marshal. The latter's presence alongside Hitler lent him a 'spot of class', no doubt.
Asked in Fables and Folklore
What makes a good folktale?
The audience to which it is being told and the story teller, plain and simple. Those who want to believe in something will linger on every word, if it is told in a very compelling manner. Gesticulating words, as to bring them to life, will entice an audience. To tell a story or tale straight through would be boring. Use the environment around you to emphasize important details and points along the storyline. Remember, your audience will hear you; however, to keep them listening is up to you!
Are Jews behind all the wars?
No. That would be a tad difficult as the Jewish nation did not exist for some of them. It would be hard to explain that with the internal Inca wars for instance. Your knowledge of history seems to have some blanks in it. Answer: The question seems to imply that 'the Jews' have supernatural powers, and a moment's thought should make it clear that the notion is a conspiracy theory. It is widely associated with a grotesque, wildly gesticulating, screaming and shouting, ranting and raving little megalomaniac with a moustache (Hitler).
Asked in World War 2
How was Georges Clemenceau responsible for starting World War 2?
Georges Clemenceau played a key role in the harsh settlement imposed on Germany at Versailles in 1919 at the end of World War 1. However, the notion that Versailles automatically led to World War 2 is inaccurate 'pop' history. Clemenceau was not 'responsible for starting World War 2'. Don't forget the grotesque, wildly gesticulating, screaming and shouting, moustachioed dictator. He tends to get overlooked in the 'pop' version, though he is usually wheeled out at the last minute ...