It's not a bad idea as long as you don't drink too much of it.
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The dilemma you present is inherent to all topics found on the internet. All you or anyone can do is find a site that is well regulated, & to check your answers with other sources.
You can't be certain how valid an answer is on a site like this where everyone is encouraged to provide answers.
It never hurts to do a little research on your own once you get an answer and see if the facts match up.
It also helps if people would mention where they got their facts.
And (this should be obvious) if a reply starts with something like "I'm not sure, but..." or "I think..."
And thanks to many helpful, responsible and knowledgeable people, incorrect information is often noticed and commented on.
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It's an expression possibly originating from the 1960's and must be accompanied by a measurement usually shown from the ground to your hand showing how tall a person had been. "I first met him when he was Yea or yay high"
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nope < they are like snowflakes all one of a kind .
i think they are all the same because sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rock can change into one another during the rock cycle so yes they are the same
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Do you mean a Microsoft Passport Network (or .Net Passport as it was previously)? If so, this is the generic sign-in portal: http://login.passport.com
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nvm, i figured it out. 6 hours. I think now there is about 40 minutes left.
Whatever you want to know. Are you talking about amateur or pro?! If amateur, maybe, about how the matches go, weight classes, or something of that sort. If pro, what you need to do, to get into OVW or other high quity training camps. What is the average time, you have to train, before you even have a chance to get a conract, what are your chances in making it through the training, or anything else. If you become a rookie, in WWE, your yearly income will be in the range of $250,000. It going up from there, if your making money for the WWE, but you'd have to be determand to make it, as a supertar, for that to even happen. As for TNA, I can't tell you much, about the company, but your chance of a contract, with them, would be higher, considering they are still a small promotion, and slightly less strict on reqirements. But you have a be willing to make it a large part of your life, either way.
No,you cannot.You can only answer open questions on Yahoo Answers.
You actually can answer the resolved question as soon as a user hasn't picked "the best answer." I remember I asked a question about dating and got so many responses, and I chose the response in regards to dream marriage and then marked it as my "best answer," and the rest of the questions were still there but other people couldn't reply anymore.
These are used to measure flow rate.Orifice Plate
With an orifice plate, the fluid flow is measured through the difference in pressure from the upstream side to the downstream side of a partially obstructed pipe. The plate obstructing the flow offers a precisely measured obstruction that narrows the pipe and forces the flowing fluid to constrict.
The orifice plates are simple, cheap and can be delivered for almost any application in any material.
The TurnDown Rate for orifice plates are less than 5:1. Their accuracy are poor at low flow rates. A high accuracy depend on an orifice plate in good shape, with a sharp edge to the upstream side. Wear reduces the accurVenturi Tube
Due to simplicity and dependability, the Venturi tube flowmeter is often used in applications where it's necessary with higher TurnDown Rates, or lower pressure drops, than the orifice plate can provide.
In the Venturi Tube the fluid flowrate is measured by reducing the cross sectional flow area in the flow path, generating a pressure difference. After the constricted area, the fluid is passes through a pressure recovery exit section, where up to 80% of the differential pressure generated at the constricted area, is recovered.
With proper instrumentation and flow calibrating, the Venturi Tube flowrate can be reduced to about 10% of its full scale range with proper accuracy. This provides a TurnDown Rate 10:1.Variable Area Flowmeter or Rotameter
The rotameter consists of a vertically oriented glass (or plastic) tube with a larger end at the top, and a metering float which is free to move within the tube. Fluid flow causes the float to rise in the tube as the upward pressure differential and buoyancy of the fluid overcome the effect of gravity.
The float rises until the annular area between the float and tube increases sufficiently to allow a state of dynamic equilibrium between the upward differential pressure and buoyancy factors, and downward gravity factors.
The height of the float is an indication of the flow rate. The tube can be calibrated and graduated in appropriate flow units.
The rotameter meter typically have a TurnDown Ratio up to 12:1. The accuracy may be as good as 1% of full scale rating.
Magnetic floats can be used for alarm and signal transmission functions.Pitot Tubes
The pitot tube are one the most used (and cheapest) ways to measure fluid flow, especially in air applications as ventilation and HVAC systems, even used in airplanes for the speed measurent.
The pitot tube measures the fluid flow velocity by converting the kinetic energy of the flow into potential energy.
The use of the pitot tube is restricted to point measuring. With the "annubar", or multi-orifice pitot probe, the dynamic pressure can be measured across the velocity profile, and the annubar obtains an averaging effect.
On Yahoo!Answers if you ask a Question then you will got different suggestion on that Question from different peoples and you to select best answer and you will get points.But on Wiki Answers,there can be only one answer to a question on Yahoo!Answers,people can improve it.
Yes as long as the teacher is neutral and not teaching personal political views
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Difference between WikiAnswers and Yahoo! Answers:
Technically, the key difference is that this is a wiki where questions and answers can be improved over time. The community does more than just ask and answer questions. We grow the Q&A into FAQs which become useful for many people - not just the one person asking the original question.
Here is a personal answer from Deb: I'm glad someone asked this question because I'll be happy to tell what the differences are! One difference is that here on FAQ Farm, it's like a community: Everyone contributes by editing the questions and editing and adding to answers. Yahoo answers, from my limited experience, is nothing more than a board on which to ask a question.
Another difference is that here on FAQFarm, though our goal is to have one complete answer, we allow our Farmers to post as many answers as they like as long as they are still adding something to the answer. On Yahoo Answers, one person asks a question and it appears after getting three answers, the question is closed. If the information in the answers on FAQFarm is incorrect, someone can come behind the person and correct the answer. On Yahoo Answers, three individuals get to answer the question and if the information is incorrect, it stays incorrect. To me, while FAQ Farm is personal and fun, Yahoo Answers is impersonal and not much fun at all.
Aggie80 adds: Yahoo Answers is a competition, individuals attempting to answer to earn points. While one does sometimes get a good answer, they can be end up invisible due to voting and opinions. The 'Best Answer' gets highlighted and any good parts of other answers are neglected. No attempt is made to combine the knowledge of several individuals into a solid answer. And there is no self editing, anything that is posted is there for all to see, good or bad, and in some cases, even dangerous.
There are many differences but the main difference is that, on Yahoo Answers, many users can individually answer a question; but, on Wiki Answers, there can be only one answer, and the users can improve it. Yahoo Answers has a points-and- levels system. However, on Wiki Answers, a user's contributions are counted, and the user receives badges according to his/her contributions. Also, other users may confer trust points, which indicate the user's reputation and length of membership and on Wiki Answers.
"Prepone" IS actually a common term, an English word, but is not "American" English, hence not in the American dictionary. Used commonly in India.
'Prepone' is not an English word.
It's commonly used in Indian subcontinent to mean the opposite of 'post-pone', but the rest of the world is largely unaware of it.
Yes. It is free.
Look at your temperature gage...If that is low, you might have a bad thermostat, which would keep your heater from working...I would check that first.
also, check the cab air filter. i had the same problem. temp was fine but the filter was full.
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You say the end in Fulani like this: Lani