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History of Writing

The history of writing is the method of expressing language through letters and markings. The earliest writing dates back to ancient Mesopotamia and Mesoamerica. There are debates whether the development of writing originated in China or Egypt.

Asked in Jobs & Education, Symbolism and Symbolic Meanings, History of Writing, Archetypes

What symbol represents respect?

I don't know of any symbols that specifically mean respect. Plus, various symbols and shapes mean different things in different cultures. But symbols work by association, so you could make a symbol that means respect for you in your circumstance. Respect means "to look back at" or even "re-look." So, a pair of spectacles, a eyeglass, binoculars, etc. could all be more literal symbols. A rearview mirror might be interesting. Choose something meaningful to you. ...
Asked in History of Writing, Example Sentences

How do you use the word fanciful in a sentence?

The young boy had created an imaginary world full of fanciful characters. The suggestion was obviously a fanciful one, one that could never be implemented. One inventor came up with a fanciful scheme to turn water into gasoline. ...
Asked in Poetry, Names and Name Meanings, History of Writing

What is the summary of The King In The Kitchen?

The summary is that a king doesn't want a peasant marrying his daughter(princess).He wants a person who is rich because the royal treasure is empty.He is very greedy,and prideful.The king just needs money to fill the treasure vault. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, English Spelling and Pronunciation, History of Writing

Why is symbolize spelled with an s and not a z?

because were american, and clearly we speak with z's not s's..were not british Symbolize - American English. Symbolise - British English. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights, History of Writing

Did John Milton change the old style of writing?

John Milton daringly attempted cosmic themes in regard to the lives and destiny of man, which in itself was a bold change from the old themes. The old themes in English Poetry and poetry elsewhere centred on themes consisting of heroic acts of kings, knights, demons and angels. Milton brought theme to the life of the lowly man and his indebtedness to his creator. It is true that whoever reads and sings his Paradise Lost will begin to think on similar lines...
Asked in Literature Classics, Charles Dickens, History of Writing

What were Charles Dickens' top ten best books?

1 A Tale of Two Cities 2 Great Expectations 3 Oliver Twist 4 David Copperfield 5 Little Dorrit 6 Bleak House 7 A Christmas Carol (novella) 8 Nicholas Nickleby 9 Martin Chuzzlewit 10 Hard Times ...
Asked in History of Writing

Who killed all seven of Andromache's brothers?

Achilles killed all 7 brothers as well as her husband Hector
Asked in History of Writing

What are the characteristics of an urban area?

The Characteristics of an Urban areas are commonly polluted,crowded etc.
Asked in History of Writing, History of the United States, Native American History, Pocahontas

How did Pocahontas affect US history?

She found a way to make peace with the newly arrived Europeans. MORE The story we know is not true. Actually the colonist landed in an area of 14,000 Native Americans and in the worse land in the area. Powhatan pretty much left them alone. I think he figured that they would die from the bad water and disease . He was fairly right. Within 6 months there were only 34 men left alive of the 104 who came. It wasn't until...
Asked in Rhyming Words, History of Writing

What color rhymes with orange?

Lorange rhymes with orange wich is a new 2011 colour
Asked in Rhyming Words, History of Writing

Does habit and average rhyme?

no, habit and rabbit would.
Asked in Verbs, History of Writing, Present Tenses

What is the present tense of seem?

Present tense is seem. I seem to be lost. She seems to be lost When I saw them they seemed to be lost -- past tense. ...
Asked in Idioms, Cliches, and Slang, Relationships, History of Writing

What are some Scottish idioms?

manny a mickle makes a muckle [big things are made of little things]
Asked in Poetry, Famous Quotations, History of Writing

What is the poem of allegorical quatrains?

Allegorical Quatrains Translated by Bienvenido Lumbera Alas for me, my friend, Solitary is the peace of thread: Once it snaps at the bobbin, It ends up tangled in the heddle-rod Though the hill be high And reach up to the highland, Being desirous of heights It will finally be reduced to discern. When one submits to a wound, he does not feel the pain; to one who resists it, a mere scratch become a sole, I'm the fish the size of the "sap sap" No wider than a barnacle; But I'm...
Asked in Job Applications, Letters Notes and Memos, History of Writing

Farewell letter to clients?

This is just a good sample farewell letter to clients. Dear Kelly, Re: Change of Service I am writing to inform you that I shall be leaving Eternal Productions Enterprise at the end of this month. The time has come for me to bid you farewell as I move on in my career. Hence, I shall not be able to serve you and your esteemed company after this month. Please allow me to thank you for a great business relationship during my tenure at...
Asked in Poetry, Names and Name Meanings, History of Writing

What is the theme of the poem is the listeners?

The theme is a traveller who kept his words (made a promise) and knocked on a door syaing he came but, know one answered. He is s starnger in that world. ...
Asked in History of Writing

What does proto mean?

Proto is a last name or it could be a first name.
Asked in Idioms, Cliches, and Slang, Word and Phrase Origins, Definitions, History of Writing

What is the meaning of 'a blessing in diguise'?

Somthing that does not appear to be good or helpful, but turns out to be. Example: You get bumped from a flight and the delay causes you to miss an important appointment so initially you're mad. Then plane that you were bumped from crashes, killing everyone. So although getting bumped caused you some aggravation, it was a blessing in disguise because it saved your life. ...
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, History of Writing

The art of beautiful handwriting?

You can have lovely handwriting so in a way it is an art of passion for writing! Most people just don't think about it and carry with their lives! ...
Asked in Inventions, History of Writing, Pens and Pencils

Who invented the biro or ballpoint pen?

The first crude ballpoint pen was patented in 1888 by John Loud, an American leather tanner. The next stage of development came almost fifty years after Loud's patent, with an improved version invented in Hungary in 1935 by László József Bíró (September 29, 1899 - November 24, 1985) and his brother. It was john loud in 1888 ..and then redisigned by laslo biro in 1938. It went through many developments and patents, first begun in 1888 by John Loud with the first patent. It...
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure, History of Writing, Example Sentences

Use ornithology in a sentence?

On the main street we bumped into an American ornithology student who was studying in the area. ...
Asked in Definitions, History of Writing

What does the word key mean in social studies?

It's just mean code. Because the use word key when somaone need open something and if you do not have key or code, that mean you can open it. For example: your password, your ID,.... ...
Asked in Dissertations and Theses, Research Papers, History of Writing

What is the scope and limitation of the study?

Limitations includes money, time, personnel, tools, and techniques involved. The scope of the study is everything that will be included in the study or the paper. ...