Series of zs to represent a buzzing sound first attested 1852; zees "spell of sleep, a nap" is slang first recorded 1963, Amer.Eng. student slang.
Thoreau, 1852: "The dry z-ing of the locust is heard."
Send a registered letter to the landlord, explaining that items addressed to you have been stolen here's a page about requirements for tenants mailboxes:
important to you is:
>USPS does not consider door slots or unlocked bins as acceptable >for apartment mail delivery; in fact, it requires apartment >receptacles to be secure from theft.
Request that he get an STD-4C compliant mailbox. Also, make clear that you have reported the theft, include a confirmation if possible.
I've found landlords tend to respond more seriously to registered letters, also just the idea of having to go through that expense should keep him away from your mail.
apparently, yes, it's owned by the office. so says quora
According to etymonline:
>1917, especially in reference to the marché aux puces in Paris, so-called "because there are so many second-hand articles sold of all kinds that they are believed to gather fleas."
I believe that this post from 1981 is the oldest surviving post in the archives. And yes, Usenet wins hands down as the longest running forum. It's not as active as it was 20 years ago, but it's still kicking.
From the Google Earth FAQ:
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Actually, apples are considered a temporary alternative.
Apples are a mildly acidic fruit. Because of their slightly astringent quality, they are an ideal food for cleansing and brightening teeth. The acidic nature of an apple is not enough to make a person's teeth pearly white. The acid needs the help of the fiber-rich flesh of the apple.
Crunchy foods, including apples, celery, and carrots, act like mini toothbrushes when they are chewed. The crunchy bits actually help scrub away stubborn stains. This does not happen in a day but will take a while. The cleansing effect may be noticeable, even if it's very slight, particularly if the apple eater is a coffee drinker who hadn't been eating apples every day to begin with.
After eating an apple, it's still important to brush your teeth. The apples still have sugar and acid in them which can damage the teeth. Leaving the sugar and acid on the teeth will reverse the benefits that eating an apple gave the teeth. Also, it's a good idea to brush away the loosened plaque from the teeth so that it cannot become reattached to the teeth. If a tooth brush is not available after an apple, rinsing the apple down with some water may be the next best thing.
What Shucks88 said, but with slightly more biologic details.
I had also heard somewhere that this is sort of a "universal sign" (cross-species) in biology that reads, "I'm wanting more information." However, I couldn't find support any references to support that, so maybe it's not true.
Homophile is technically correct, but homosexual is the generally used term.
See: [Google define:homophile] >A homosexual man or woman.
It all has to do with what term came around first, and wasn't eventually deemed offensive like the word "nigger" was(Now we are juggling "African American" and "black"). Eventually we'll probably start using a new term for homosexuals, but for now, that is the accepted name.
You could say it was made to be offensive, but we have and use the term "heterosexual" just as easily.
EDIT: I think I should take a moment to bring your attention to the homophile movement.
>The homophile movement also refers to the gay rights movement of the 1950s and '60s. > >The term homophile is favoured by some because it emphasizes love ("-phile" from Greek φιλία) rather than sex. Coined by the German astrologist, author and psychoanalyst Karl-Günther Heimsoth in his 1924 doctoral dissertation "Hetero- und Homophilie," the term was in common use in the 1950s and 1960s by homosexual organizations and publications; the groups of this period are now known collectively as the homophile movement. > >The term homophile began to disappear with the emergence of the Gay Liberation movements of the late 1960s and early 1970s, replaced by a new set of terminology such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender, although some of the homophile groups survived until the 1980s, 90s and even the present day.
Yes it's realistic. Learn Web Development or any of the following: Graphic design, SEO, copywriting, Digital Marketing. This will give you an edge to make a living doing some of the in-demand online jobs. Other options include project management and Advanced Excel. You can learn all these online and apply for remote jobs when you're confident of your skill.
The "egg" in this phrase is from the Old Norse eggja, "to incite." It's a different word from the kind of egg you scramble (though spelled and pronounced the same).
Brush up on your operational security and get a grasp on the core concepts before attempting any test runs. Assume your hardware and software is vulnerable. Use a secure live cd as your operating system. Air gap your encrypting hardware, and don't use that hardware for general purpose computing.
How can you be so sure? I quick search on Google easily relayed that it is not a black and white issue; even among experts in the field. While it seems to be generally accepted that invertebrates do not feel pain as we do, it was not at all clear that they do not feel pain. Below are just a couple of examples discussing the possibilities.
I don't know the answer, but I feel your statement is a bit misleading. Anyway, just food for thought.
Yes, it could well have been Mars, as it would have been visible due south from your location at that time.
How do I know that? There is a free, open source item of software called Stellarium which can show you exactly what the sky outside looks like from any place on the planet at any time or date.
Ill take a stab in point format.
Prince was a force of creativity, he was impossible to define easily because he did the unexpected.
On a personal note I am a music fan and was in the music business for many years as a buyer. I listened to and bought thousands of songs per month for many years, Prince was special, a genuine musical genius and funky as fuck, he is the tops for me.
Just go listen to some of his songs, and if you have a hard time getting into it, invite some women over, they won't.
According to the U.S. Code, Title 10, Subtitle A, Part II, Chapter 45, S 772, paragraph (c): "A retired officer of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps may bear the title and wear the uniform of his retired grade."
I want to emphasize that the breakdown is by weight (not volume). Your 20 oz soda is 20 fluid ounces (a measure of volume), not weight.
A regular soda is about ~90% percent water by weight. 20 fluid ounces of water weighs 570 g. A full calorie soda will have say ~10% of its weight in sugar, e.g., 20 oz of Coke has 65g of sugar - 65/(570+65) ~ 10%. There's also about 2-3% of its weight in additives (acids, preservatives, colors, caffeine, other flavors). .
But sugar dissolves in water. That is you can add 65 grams of sugar (about 16 teaspoons ~ 2.7 fluid ounces of volume) to 20 fluid ounces of water (570 g) and the volume of the water will be essentially unchanged as it will dissolve (you will find yourself with 20 fl. oz. of sugary water not 22.7 fl. oz.).
>Regardless doesn't "well trained, supplied, and led" inherently mean regulated by the government?
Why ever would you think that? Until the 20th century, the raising of militia units was undertaken by individuals, towns, and by volunteers themselves all the time. Some of them elected their own officers, even. The Civil War is full of examples. So is the Revolutionary War. We have existing descriptions of militias, as well as how they were raised and run, going back centuries. The early Militia Acts corroborate the fact that militias involved citizens with their own arms.
The idea that government must be involved in the arming of citizens is a modern myth. It's sole purpose is to pretend that the 2nd amendment does not apply to citizens, regardless of the fact that the other nine amendments exist solely to protect the individual rights of citizens, not to limit the rights of citizens.
These are just rough calculations, and are probably completely wrong, but might be a good starting point...
The size of the room is: 12 x 12 x 9 = 1296 square cubic feet = 36m^3
We breath in 0.0005m^3 per breath^1
Which gives you 0.007m^3 per minute^2
Which is 0.007 * 60 * 8 = 3.36m^3 per night
So that is 9.3% of the air in the room, which is
3.36 * 0.093 = 0.31m^3 of the air you breath.
I'm pretty sure that's all wrong though, I'm not too sure that I am calculating the percentages and stuff correctly, since it could be different with volumes. If I'm wrong, please tell me and show me the correct way to do it.
First off, to semi-quote my Wireless Technology professor "Most people claim to know how wireless signals work but know very little". So with that said lots of advice might be useless or not needed etc. So keep that in the back of your mind when people post their suggestions including mine.
Since you are in an apartment my best guess would be interference. This is when more than one device(computer in this example) are using the same channels as another device. So your router is using the same channel as another router or possibly 5 + other routers.So picture two cars driving on a highway in one lane rather than you each taking your own lane. That is a very dumbed down example and if you write that on a test probably get .5 for trying but it is the best way to explain it dumbed down.
Use this free tool called inSSIDer and the tutorial and follow the guide. If the issue is interference it will be able to tell you what settings to put on your router and that should help for speed and signal just being dropped.There are two different bands 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Most routers now made within the last year or two come with the option to select 2.4 or 5. Others allow for the router to automatically find and select the band and channel with the least amount of interference from others.
Edit:Spelling is my enemy and it has beaten me.
This isn't true. You've been able to use Messenger without having a full Facebook account [for over three years](https://lifehacker.com/you-can-now-use-facebook-messenger-without-a-facebook-a-1713715943).
Woop woop Bunk alert! - I'm sure your advice was well intended but ...inhales.. 1. the optic nerve has nothing to do with tearing up (lacrimation), it is purely visual. The parasympathetic component (the "rest and digest" system) of the facial nerve causes the lacrimal gland to produce tears. 2. there is no such thing as a sensory "gland" - the trigeminal nerve gives sensory innervation (ie senses pain, touch, temperature) to the face 3. pressure will not "pass through your veins" and even if it could - see point 1 4. one theory is that a complex (polysynaptic) reflex exists between the trigeminal nerve and the facial nerve which causes you to tear up in response to a painful stimulus such as popping a pimple or taking a blow to the nose. Drummond (1994)
They already did, which is why Netflix created https://fast.com, because ISPs prioritize speedtest.net.
But i havent seen any proof theyve tried anything new yet already, theyll probably wait a bit for the dust to settle, because they know theyre already right on the edge of what people will tolerate as it is. At this point im surprised Comcasts headquarters hasnt been molotoved.
My torrents have been super slow all week, and paranoid me is all "ITS BEGUN", but i think i fucked up a setting somewhere.
1510s, to be more exact. And to OP: the best way to think about it is that the word "why" here doesn't mean what it normally does -- that is, the beginning of a question. Instead just replace it mentally with the word "Actually" and you'll find it makes a great deal of sense.
It's similar to the French phrase "Mais non!" which literally translates to "But no!" (or Mais oui! for yes) Here the "but" is used for emphasis, just like why is.
While I have not tried it myself, I have seen videos of eggs scrambled in the shell. here is a little tutorial
Say hello to <em>serratia marcescens</em>. It's an airborne bacterium that is the scourge of hospital wards and bathrooms all over the world:
> Due to its ubiquitous presence in the environment, and its preference for damp conditions, S. marcescens is commonly found growing in bathrooms (especially on tile grout, shower corners, toilet water line, and basin), where it manifests as a pink discoloration and slimy film feeding off phosphorus-containing materials or fatty substances such as soap and shampoo residue.
Serratia is difficult to get rid of, and you may have to clean with bleach several times. eHow has some instructions that may help. The first few days you should probably try to avoid using the shower in order to keep the area dry, thereby preventing the organism from gaining foothold again.
Removing serratia is important as it's a health hazard; it's resistant to some antibiotics, and since it's airborne, be careful when cleaning.
Unless it overwrote ever sector, yes.
Reformatting (usually) just writes the disk structures, not the data on the rest of the disk. So a curious attacker could certainly recover some data.
○ → dd if=/dev/zero of=test.img bs=1M count=8 8+0 records in 8+0 records out 8388608 bytes (8.4 MB, 8.0 MiB) copied, 0.00597579 s, 1.4 GB/s
○ → mkfs.vfat test.img mkfs.fat 3.0.28 (2015-05-16)
○ → mcopy -i test.img /usr/share/dict/words ::
○ → mcopy -i test.img /usr/share/dict/words ::words1
○ → mcopy -i test.img /usr/share/dict/words ::words2
○ → mcopy -i test.img /usr/share/dict/words ::words3
○ → mdir -i test.img Volume in drive : has no label Volume Serial Number is DF5D-AA07 Directory for ::/
words 938848 2017-06-05 11:52 words1 938848 2017-06-05 11:52 words2 938848 2017-06-05 11:52 words3 938848 2017-06-05 11:52 4 files 3 755 392 bytes 4 591 616 bytes free
○ → mkfs.vfat test.img mkfs.fat 3.0.28 (2015-05-16)
○ → strings test.img
NO NAME FAT12
This is not a bootable disk. Please insert a bootable floppy and press any key to try again ... AA's AB's ABM's AC's … zoom zoom's zoomed zooming zooms zoos zucchini zucchini's zucchinis zwieback zwieback's zygote …
So while not all the data is 100% recoverable, it's generally still there.
Next time you need to wipe a drive, use: DBAN.
Can you "get away with" it? Probably not. Some d-bag will say something. Those people don't matter, though. You're protecting your health. Anybody who criticizes you for that reason is a judgmental a-hole who doesn't deserve a moment of your thoughts.
The only concern that immediately jumps out to me is most parasols are pretty feminine looking. Some of these look pretty cool, though. I could definitely own using something like this. Haters gonna hate, anyway.
> A noticable result of this compromise is that one string of the guitar will always be slightly out of tune, most noticeably the B or G string.
Not if you tune your guitar properly.
The "right way" in your examples is the way that Strunk and White says to do it. It's one of the few sections of The Elements of Style where I think they got it very wrong.
The Wikipedia article on Quotation Marks says:
"In the U.S., the standard style is called American style, typesetters’ rules, printers’ rules, typographical usage, or traditional punctuation, whereby commas and periods are almost always placed inside closing quotation marks. This style of punctuation is common in the U.S., Canada, and in the U.K. in fiction and journalism.
"The other standard style—called British style or logical punctuation—is to include within quotation marks only those punctuation marks that appeared in the quoted material, but otherwise to place punctuation outside the closing quotation marks."
Although American, I prefer British style or logical punctuation, which I feel leads to less ambiguity in most cases.
Most likely it's mould due to the damp conditions/poor ventilation in your bathroom.
You can buy an 'anti mould' spray to get rid of it, or you could try this:
Make sure you keep your bathroom well ventilated. Try leave the window/door open for an hour or two after you shower/bath. Also hang your bathmat to dry after each use.
> Is there a way he could have found out the letter/number combination?
I don't know.
I do know the conventional wisdom regarding passwords is changing: https://lifehacker.com/5937303/your-clever-password-tricks-arent-protecting-you-from-todays-hackers
Try a multi word password with number(s). Keepingyouout2day! I got 4 words a number and a symbol in there. Something like that.
Sorry to hear he's exhibited stalkery behavior before.
Yes. /b/ is 'Random' and most of the negative impressions/stereotypes of 4chan originate there. Other boards are for discussion of various things. /v/ is for video games, etc.
If you look here: https://www.4chan.org/frames you can find the /*/ for whatver topic.
b1ackcat is right. However, there are plenty of good public domain fonts out there. Check out the Google Fonts collection. All of those are open source and free for commercial use.
Youtube Vanced is great for YouTube, it blocks ads and a bunch of other stuff. For reddit I use Relay Pro ($1.99 iirc), but even if you use the free version of Relay there's just a small banner ad at the bottom, and there are a ton of other 3rd party reddit apps if you don't like Relay.
You should upgrade task manager to process explorer. It gives more details, and shows all processes as well as parents.
EDIT: derped the grammar.
I wouldnt want to be accused of advocating for a particular VPN. I am subscribed to Ivacy though which I think I bought a 2 year sub for less than £2 a month. Its not the absolute fastest, so I have been told, but for just casual torrenting I am happy with it.
See the below link for some reviews:
I think what you are looking for is an Epistolary Novel, which is a novel written in the form of "found" documents. Books like We Need To Talk About Kevin are written in the form of letters from one character to another, or another common technique is when a book is written as if it is the personal journal of a character.
There are also satire books like The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks which is obviously fiction, but written as if it is true.
You may want to take a look at the Creative Commons licenses. They allow others to copy, distribute, and edit your work so long as they credit you as the original author.
This website is pretty much the best source on the internet for etymology. oed.com is also good but that's behind a paywall unless you have access to it from your university network or something.
Reddit Enhancement Suite (RES) is what people use. I would say old reddit without RES is garbage and the new reddit is much better, but if you use RES then the redesign doesn't really add any functionality and makes ads more pervasive. With the new reddit much of RES still works, but much of it is also not needed since it is integrated into the redesign. I still prefer the redesign since it doesn't look like ass and subreddit styles aren't allowed to fuck things up.
Here's a bit more info. According to this thread at the Straight Dope forums, roasted coffee beans average about 1.25% caffeine by weight. A venti coffee from Starbucks provides about 450 mg of caffeine, so to get a comparable amount of caffeine, you'd need to eat about 36 grams of coffee beans. At 28 grams in an ounce, and 3250 whole roasted coffee beans to a pound, you're looking at around 260 beans. Yum!
I just searched for "why bury corks" and got like 4 hits. Mainly "purchase 'bury corks' online!" and one about how someone soaked corks in a jar of cat nip for a few weeks before giving it to their cats as a toy.
When I searched for "burying corks" it came back with one example from a book stating “It's our little ritual, burying corks in places we've been happy.”
It does matter. Choose a location with strong privacy laws. E.g. a server located in the USA or the UK is a weak choice for privacy as these countries have elaborate surveillance programs. A VPN provider is not exempt from the law and will still be subject to it to a certain extent.
Also: never use a free VPN ("you are the product", guaranteed unsafe) Use a paid one with a good reputation (and not just on internet forums, a lot of reviews are ads) like Mullvad, Cryptostorm or maybe PiA. Make sure the provider does not keep logs.
As for what the other commenter said: tor is alright for privacy (though you won't be untraceable), but a VPN is much safer as it actually tunnels all your internet traffic, not just what you're sending through the browser. Next to that it's much slower and less easy to use. HTTPS is a must use (check out extensions as HTTPS everywhere), but absolutely not a substitute for a VPN.
Server location should not matter too much in speed by the way! Any good VPN will provide speeds close to your own maximum anywhere in the world.
Check out /r/privacy, /r/vpn and for more info as well.
Brand new site and technology, but check out lbry.tv. They've created the open source LBRY protocol to share video content.
This is what the internet used to be and should be... protocols, not platforms.
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=concrete&searchmode=none Concrete ideas came before the building material! I've wondered about this specific thing for almost a year and had not been able to find an answer! Thank you!
It's commonly said that it comes from the bundles of sticks being used as fuel for fires, and gay people being burned at the stake. That said, this source identifies the word as originally being a derogatory term for women (owing to a faggot of sticks being baggage that needed to be carried), which was later associated with gay men.
According to Wolfram Alpha the tallest building prior to 1910 was the the Eiffel tower at 984 ft. A quick google search shows this wikipaedia page that claims either Nanga Parbat's Rupal Flank @ 15091ft or Great Trango in the Karakoram mountains @ 4396 ft
This should tell you. I'd calculate it, but I'm too drunk.
Was gonna add this in as an edit but it stands on its own as a (probably better) answer:
There are many more differences between the iPhone 4 and iPod touch that you are forgetting. Using this as a source: http://www.anandtech.com/show/3903/apples-ipod-touch-2010-review-not-a-poor-mans-iphone-4
-iPhone 4 has louder speakers
-iPhone 4 has twice the RAM
-Not the same display- iPod touch is less bright and offers less contrast as well
-MUCH lower quality rear-facing camera. Also, no flash.
-No GPS onboard
Bloomberg.com -financial focus but has other news as well
International Aljazeera is also surprisingly good. It's always good to have multiple sources. IMO one of them should be Aljazeera to give you other than western perspective. AJ sometimes has really good documentaries, they had a really good one on financial crisis.
For those who are lazy:
When an apple bruises, cells split open and chemicals called phenols, within the cell oxidize and turn brown. Phenols oxidize even faster in the presence of an organic chemical called ethylene, a chemical produced by bananas during ripening.
So if you were to place a banana next to an apple, once you have initiated the bruising process, the ethylene gas being produced by the banana will speed up the chemical reaction producing a more pronounced bruise. You may find large "bruise" marks within days.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_apples_bruise_when_dropped#ixzz1ORGQHmXw
Water vapour, dust pollution, rain and hail can all tint the white flash of a lightning bolt, making them appear to be different colours.
Yes (if I understand your question correctly). The moon is full when its on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun (the moon is in opposition to the Sun), and every place on Earth should be able to see the full moon rise at about sunset and see the moon set at about sunrise. Granted at any given time only about half the planet can see it. Also the moon is not necessarily visible depending on your location on Earth if you are near the poles -- similar to how the Sun isn't visible in the North pole in winter. (The moon-earth plane is at a very small angle (~5 degrees) from the Sun-Earth plane).
No, if you want to be most precise and only call the full moon -- the instant in time where the moon is most full. This occurs at one specific time instant (e.g., April 18th, 2011 at 3:44am GMT same instant in eastern time zone of April 17th 10:44pm EDT) when viewed from above the moon - Earth - Sun get closest to being in precise straight line. (Only during complete eclipses are these precisely in a straight line -- due to being in different planes by about 5 degrees most full moons aren't eclipses). This "fullest" moon be visible from Earth only at one specific instant, so you can only see "the fullest moon" if its night time at that instant. However, the naked eye won't notice a difference between a 98% full moon and the fullest moon (the moon will change phase by about 3% in a day), so everyone sees a full moon on the same day.
Reddit Enhancement Suite can do it if you're on desktop. I've seen mention of people getting it working in Firefox mobile but I've never tried.
Incorrect, most are either Chrome plated or zinc plated steel. Scrap steel is worth $270 to $500 a ton. So one 30-40 pound cart will be worth $4 to $10.
You might take a glance at http://etymonline.com/, which is a remarkable etymological resource at a basic and accessible level.
See, for instance, the etymology of "oxymoron".
Look man, imma give it to you straight - you're very unlikely to get a decent answer here because what you're asking for might be impossible. However, there are some things you could try. Might not work, but maybe it will so who knows?
Anyway, I suggest getting a paid vpn which has a trial period and money back guarantee. Something like NordVPN or ExpressVPN. Then you watch your shows. It'll probably take less than 30 days so you could try em out even more and watch more shows or do other things. Then you could ask for your money back or just realize that convenient stuff costs money and no one works for free. I'm sure you get paid to do some kind of job right?
It basically hides whatever you're doing online from spying eyes. For example, without a VPN, your ISP provider is able to see you're downloading Sausage Party illegally using a torrent. With a VPN they can't see, because the information is encrypted. It's a good idea to be connected to a VPN anytime you're using a WiFi connection other than your own. I recommended Private Internet Access (PIA) if you want to look into it.
In Feynman's book "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!" he mentions he was hypnotized in front of an audience. From what I remember, he was instructed to walk around the room. He said the feeling he had was that he knew he didn't have to do what the hypnotist said, but he felt compelled to.
Dunno if that helps.
It would probably be in your interest to do this in something like Python or Perl where modules (or regular expressions) are available to actually validate your input as a valid IPv4 or IPv6 address.
Edit: apparently you can even do this in bash
I think it's because those words were being created. 'To' was a word, as was 'morrow', and eventually people used the two in sequence so much it became thought of as one.
Wikianswers probably isn't the best source, but damnit, they were the first one in my Google search response! They also have a pretty good example using 'online' which didn't have meaning before but now it is a global concept.
Weird translation, proper quote seems to be ...
> Zeus, who guided mortals to be wise,
> has established his fixed law—
> wisdom comes through suffering.
> Trouble, with its memories of pain,
> drips in our hearts as we try to sleep,
> so men against their will
> learn to practice moderation.
> Favours come to us from gods
> seated on their solemn thrones—
> such grace is harsh and violent.
Not really. "To-morrow" comes from Old English — "to morgenne", becoming "to morewe" in the late 13th century — and so predates or coincides with the phrase "on the morrow". (In Old English to meant "on" or "at".) Source.
If you have a lawyer, they can keep a copy of course.
What I did was first make 3 copies, those were signed in the presence of a notary public and three witnesses. I then made copies of all of the supporting documents - things like insurance information, death benefits, accounts, etc.Also included in there is a list of where all the originals were sent just so everyone is aware of it. One set of originals, as well as anything that can't be duplicated, went into my safety deposit box at the bank. Another copy of the documents went into a bright orange plastic binder and placed in my filing cabinet. A third set goes with my executor.
And if they are accepted in your state, I highly recommend getting a self-proving affidavit as well. These are used to declare your official identity and your will's intent. Bypasses a lot of the testimony and such needed to prove validity.
>late 14c., "sixtieth part of an hour," from O.Fr. minut, from M.L. minuta "minute, short note," from L. minuta, fem. of minutus "small, minute"
>pars minuta prima "first small part" was used by mathematician Ptolemy for one-sixtieth of a circle, later of an hour (next in order was secunda minuta, which became second (n.)).
Yea if you wanted efficient you would get a tankless heater that heats water on demand.
TR took office after McKinley was assassinated; he was later re-elected to a "second" term. He decided not to run for a "third" term, though he probably would have won, but then Taft (in his view) broke absolutely <em>everything</em> he'd been working on, so he decided to run for a "third" nonconsecutive term (in much the same way as Grover Cleveland had 2 nonconsecutive terms), but he split the vote and lost to Woodrow Wilson.
That's mind boggling. So, on a good day and assuming you could look out either side of the plane - you could see all of Germany. (Assuming it was a perfect circle... but... close enough!
In 2010-2011 we saw four major earthquakes worldwide: Chile, Haiti, New Zealand and Japan. Earthquakes this big come maybe once every 3 or 5 years worldwide.
>Why are housing costs so ridiculous these days?
Because demand outpaces supply, and because local governments have made building multifamily housing prohibitive or in some places virtually impossible. And now the cost of lumber has gone up more than 200%, so you're going to see even less building than before.
Portable bathtubs. Basically there are two kinds:
and this, which is deeper, more like a Japanese tub: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Foldable-Efficient-maintenance-temperature/dp/B07X8GSP1M
I use the rock after every shower and have used it for about 5 years. You need a bit of moisture so I towel off and the little bit of moisture from the shower is enough. It doesn’t smell and it doesn’t show at all. I then use a regular antiperspirant after it cause I sweat a lot (don’t we all). I think it helps a huge amount. I don’t get b.o. smell that is noticeable at all anymore. I’ve even put my shirts pit right up to my face at the end of the day and take a huge whiff and I don’t smell b.o. just the smell of my antiperspirant. I think what it does (I’m not 100% or anything in this) is neutralize the bacteria that causes the smell. So since it’s neutralized it doesn’t make the smell. I love it and highly recommended it. The one I use is just a stone in a basket I got on amazon Crystal Body Deodorant, Rock, 5 Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019G9OTYI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_HGeZBb468ANSA
I have been using this one for a year or so and the one I had before I used for around 3 years and it barely shrunk. Unfortunately I dropped it one day and it shattered into a million pieces so I had to get a new one. If you have any other questions about it I will happily answer them to the best of my knowledge. Rock on dude. Ha!
If money is tight, even an old android cell phone can work as a cam with apps like IP webcam.
Nice thing about using a phone is it has it's own battery backup built in.
I've recently been trying out StrongVPN and seems to work well.
But Spotify is funny because you don't really need a VPN. You only need a VPN for their sign up page, or any web based proxy were you can suffer through the sign up process. After I signed up I could use their software and stream without any VPN, I can even buy songs with an Icelandic credit card. I've only tried this here in Iceland though, check it out and see if it works. I used to sign up.
That was how the Shirley Eaton in [Goldfinger](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldfinger_(film\)#Cast) died. That is a fictional death that Ian Fleming used in the novel. It is actually not true that the skin breaths in that fashion.
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London to NYC is 3462 miles, assuming three months at sea and statute miles as nautical miles we get [punches calculator] 1.6 mph. I think we might need more information.
EDIT: not sure on the accuracy of this, but this is the exact answer you're looking for: 27 mph http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_fast_did_the_HMS_Beagle_travel
The term "subcutaneous" should only be used to refer to the area just under the skin. In nursing, a subcutaneous injection typically goes under the skin, above musculature. Contrast that with an intramuscular injection, which goes beneath the fat and into the muscle or a intradermal injection, which goes into the skin itself. Definition
Etymonline says that it's from O.N. (old norse?) eggja, meaning to goad or incite.
Just a coincidence that it sounds like food.
In rural India there is (or was) a system called the jajmani system. It was described to me by an anthropology professor. If there was, for example, a potter in the village, he would deliver a certain number of clay pots to every family in the village every year, whether they needed them or not, because that was his job. At harvest time, he was entitled to a certain share of the grain crop from every farmer in the area. No money changed hands. There were rules like this for every kind of trade that went on in the village, and the rules were more or less traditional and had been that way for hundreds of years. I believe there was a council of elders in the village who could make adjustments in the amount of work that was required, or the amount of compensation each worker was entitled to.
I don't remember any more specifics, but I think you could read more about it in Oscar Lewis' book Village Life in Northern India.
hooky also hookey, in the truant sense, 1848, Amer.Eng. (New York City), from Du. hoekje "hide and seek;" or else from hook it, attested since 14c. as "make off, run away," originally "depart, proceed."
It's not just about sight (that appears to be a later addition, if I read it correctly). "Vision" is also "imagination". "To envision" is not just the seeing something, but imagining something, which includes all senses.
It's not its own state of matter, but it's also not a "solid that can become a liquid". It's a solid. Specifically, a non-crystalline solid. Even more specifically, an amorphous solid (contrary to what Wikipedia says, the terms are not synonymous).
The study of non-crystalline solids is substantial enough as a field that there's an Elsevier journal specifically about them: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00223093
Edit: In case the significance of the journal is not clear, I meant it as an anecdotal evidence that other people consider the distinction to be significant enough for extensive study.
No, the neither-nor pairing is seen as proper English. "Nor" extends the negativity of "neither", similar to how either-or has "or" to extend the positivity of "either." I agree, though - it feels like its a double-negative.
Water makes soil nutrient rich, good for agriculture, which fosters growth of civilization.
It also allows trade and travel, both of which contribute to growth of civilization.
Human kind's earliest civilizations were formed around water. The Fertile Crescent, or Cradle of Civilization is "regarded as the birthplace of agriculture, urbanization, writing, trade, science, history and organized religion"
/r/AutoHotkey and http://ahkscript.org/
> Why ahkscript.org?
> AHKScript.org is a new community consisting of the active AutoHotkey developer(s) as well as other enthusiasts. Unfortunately, the old autohotkey.com domain is not under the control of the developers and it continues to promote an outdated version of the software. New users are encouraged to migrate and participate at this new site.
However, we're working on a merger, so this won't be true for too much longer
If you don't want to get your text editor out, Pulover's Macro Creator Is ok as well.
>Pulover’s Macro Creator is a Free Automation Tool and Script Generator. It is based on AutoHotkey language and provides users with multiple automation functions, as well as a built-in recorder.
I've used PIA - Private Internet Access - in the past when I needed an IP that maps to a particular country.
I don't trust them (or any VPN) to securely actually obscure my connections, but they at least let you choose a country to exit from and it worked pretty well for me on Linux
I have this one from Amazon and highly recommend it. They have other sizes that I would assume have more tension, but the smallest one should work for you:
SUPER48 Heavy Duty Retractable Key Holder, Belt Clip, 48" Kevlar Cord, 8-10 oz. Retraction Force, 15 keys
I recommend Roller Coaster Tycoon Classic or Game Dev Tycoon
I've been using the Ototek Loop for years now with no issues. Use it about once every two weeks after a shower. Feels good to use too
If by officially you mean the world will respect your ownership of the country you conquered, it's probably no longer possible. The UN etc have all outlawed 'wars of aggression' and won't recognise gains made by military means. Of course practicality is something else.
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TL;DR: This is called REM Rebound. When people are prevented from experiencing REM (such as when they are awoken by an alarm), they take less time to return to the REM state.
They can't disable voting. They just hide the button with their subreddit style. You can turn off subreddit styles altogether in your preferences, or if you have RES, with a per-subreddit button in the sidebar.
You may not be able to find it at a grocery store, but if you buy grain alcohol in bulk you can get about 7000 calories per dollar.
Perhaps not quite the test for cilantro sensitivity, but there is a relatively simple way to determine if you are a 'super taster' just by counting a sample area of your taste buds.
Had no idea myself, but decided to see if Wolfram Alpha could understand "lim n approaches infinity (1 + 1/n)^n" and it did! You can click "show steps" and it breaks it down. I don't know why but it appears 1^inf is not a valid answer, just like 0*inf and 0/0.
They're not a hazard if handled properly, which it seems you have done. You are correct on both counts that mercury in its elemental state is much less dangerous than organometallic forms, and that the total amount is tiny. Letting the area ventilate thoroughly seems to be the most important part.
There have been false urban legends about broken bulbs requiring expensive Hazmat teams. Those are just wingnuts spewing nonsense.