Asked in Planetary Science
What is a person whose views differ from ohers?
Asked in Lawn Care, Hindi Language and Culture
What is the meaning of shrutika?
Shrutika means "a person whose hearing is acknowledged by another person." In Hindi it is said as "Jiski Baatein Sunne Mein Achhchhi Lagti Ho." In other words, "One whose thoughts and views, as expressed by speaking by the speaker, makes other person, listening to him/her, feels good and want to hear that person's saying."
Asked in Abolitionism
Who was a publisher whose abolitionist views were radical even in the North?
Whose views did the Democratic Republicans represent?
What does the phrase middle of the road in politics mean?
This is an expression for someone who is a moderate, someone whose views are in no way extreme. It sometimes refers to a person who prefers to remain neutral, or someone who tries to see both sides and then takes the best of both. Political scientists have noted that there are fewer politicians today whose views are middle-of-the-road. Most have staked out one specific ideological position and they do not deviate from it.
Asked in The Bible, Christianity
What are unconventional biblical views?
Asked in Kingdom Hearts, Arteries
What do you call a person whose arteries to the heart become clogged?
Asked in Co-signing, Mortgages, Deeds and Ownership
How do you remove the name from house deed which has no mortgage?
The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed. The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed. The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed. The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed.
Asked in Possessive Nouns
How do you punctuate possesion for a person whose name ends in s?
Asked in Genealogy, Surnames
How can you find the surname of a person whose address you have but whose surname you do not know?
Whose view and needs should be expressed in a project's scope?
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers, Education
Do you learn more from people with whose views you agree than from people whose views contradict out own?
What an interesting question. You learn from everybody with whom you converse. If you confine your learning to the views of those you agree with, you will limit your learning, so you need to listen carefully to conflicting views. The operative word here is "listen". There are people who use the time others are speaking in order to think up what they're going to say next. These are the people who don't learn from anybody at all. Your question shows you don't fall into that category!
Asked in The Moon
Determine the weight of a person on the Moon whose weight on the Earth is 183 lb?