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...Etymology" The word telephone is derived from tele and phone. The words tele and phone are Greek words which are amalgamated to give a single word.Many different words which are used commonly by people in this world have histories dating back to 1400 AD. Similarly one common word which is used by almost every individual in this world is 'telephone'. A telephone is a gadget used by almost all the individuals living in this world to communicate. It transmits a certain amount of data in a certain amount of time to certain distances. It is used to convert waves into sound signals. In other words it is used to transmit the voice from one end to another. The word telephone dates...
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Name etymology theme
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...Etymology 2007 Outline: A) What is the significance of the for a human being B) My s and their etymology:1. Mai - the name popular in many countries. Its Vietnamese meaning. 2. Thi - the most popular second name for females in Vietnam. 3. Nguyen - the name of the famous dynasty. C) Names of people as the reflection of history. Thesis: Proper names of people do not only have personal significance, but also reflect the history of the nation and humankind in general. A human being is an amazing creature consisting of a number of different internal and external aspects, and one of them is his name. The role of a proper name in every person's life is very significant. Once a baby is born... ,...
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Dctionary
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...etymology (see below) Majority of dictionary entries has an accepted conventional pattern and format. A lexeme, the smallest unit of a word or a lexical entry, usually contains the pronunciation of the word, parts of speech to which it belongs, its various definitions, examples which show the word's contextual meaning, etymology and sometimes the particular collocates of the word (Benson et. al 1986). In this particular entry, differences... Phonology - used by both but not IPA/stress marks found on both Morphology - Chambers used the transitive and intransitive to label verbs Syntax -transitive and intransitive also Usage - (please see below as I labeled it) Lexical - (see lexeme) Miscellaneous- e...
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Figurative Language versus Literal Language
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...etymology. This paper will look into the etymology and meaning of 10 of the most popular words used in the American English language. The discussion will be started off by looking into the history... ?Figurative Language vs. Literal Language (Critical Thinking) The American language is a living, breathing, and ever evolving language. As such, it is composed of words, phrases, and sentences that find their origins in the most ancient of historical times with its meaning evolving over the years as people use the word for various purposes and to invoke various meanings. There can be figurative uses for the word, or even literal uses which manage to change the context of the word regardless of the word...
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An Analysis of Fire and Ice
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...etymology of the word, one of the roots of the word is ‘paewr’. Based from the Armenian word ‘hur’, the root word means fire or torch and from Czech ‘pyr’, it means hot ashes (etymonline.com). If this etymology is considered figuratively, as mentioned earlier, it could refer to strong emotions such as passion... ?Full An Analysis of Fire and Ice Fire and Ice is a very short poem written by the famous poet, Robert Frost. It is composed of fifty one words only, forming nine lines. Although it is short, it presents thought provoking images which express the poet’s opinion about how the world will end. The author first considers the general opposing ideas that the world will end in fire or that it will end...
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Final Project for a linguistic class called Introduction to Linguistics
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...Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 27 Nov. 2009. . The Little Oxford Dictionary, Seventh Edition, George Ostler, Edited by Murice Waite, 1998, Page 293 GOSSIP "gossip." Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 27 Nov. 2009. . The Little Oxford Dictionary, Seventh Edition, George Ostler, Edited by Murice Waite, 1998, Page 274 DUDE dude." Online... Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 27 Nov. 2009. The Little Oxford Dictionary, Seventh Edition, George Ostler, Edited by Murice Waite, 1998, Page 197 GAY "gay." Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper,...
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Definition of the Word Spur
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...etymology of the word and look into the early definition of the term dating all the way back to the 14th century Etymology for “spur” leads us down a very interesting path when it comes to history of the word. Apparently, the word has its roots set in very ancient versions of the English language dating back to the late 14th century. The very first time a variation of the word was heard about was from the Old High German language and was based upon the word “sporo” which was then adopted by the Proto Germanic language, becoming the word “spuron”. It later on evolved into the Old English word “spura” which basically meant “to kick”. It is based upon this ancient use... Definition of the Word “Spur” The...
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The Definition of Success
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...etymology of the word “success,” along with cases both real and imagined, can show that a good definition of success would be “achieving laudable or worthy accomplishments that bring satisfaction or joy to the person who has accomplished them.” The etymology of the word “success” serves as a useful starting point for an understanding of its meaning. The word entered the language at the close of the beginning... ? Few would argue Bill Gates’s success, or Bill Clintons, or the success of any other number of people who have risen to powerful positions, giving them wealth and power. These examples highlight two of the biggest things often associated with success: earning large sums of money or achieving...
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Veterinary Care Essay
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...etymology will help us understand the real meaning of this type of animal care... Veterinary Care Animal rights advocates have been campaigning for the proper treatment and care of every being other than man. One of the most popular advocacies is the crusade against the use of fur as wardrobe that well-known fashion models have been supporting. It is also known all over that dog-fighting is highly discouraged. There are a lot of animal rights to enumerate. But as people become aware of the animals' privileges are they also conscious of proper veterinary care for these beings Veterinary care is sort of minding, not just the animals' welfare, but their health in particular. Understanding the term and its et...
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Practical Lexicography
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...Etymology Etymology Etymology Svensen [3, Svensen 1993] focuses on the methods and techniques for compiling a dictionary; the evaluation of dictionaries currently available and assessing the reference role of dictionaries for the end user. This book will have a lasting impact on new generations of professional lexicographers. Academics lecturing on lexicography will benefit from regular reference to this guidebook. Johnson's Dictionary (1757) was less than perfect. Drawbacks included registration of obsolete words, coverage of word families, dating and marking of vocabulary, treatment of word meanings, distinction... Practical Lexicography (1993 Principles and methods of dictionary...
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Definition paper. The word is Honor
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...etymology of the word honor, from the Old French, it is spelled the same as that which is known in the American English. On the other hand, the spelling used in the United Kingdom is from the Anglo-French which is honour. The words may have been spelled differently but they have the same meaning and they were both derived from the Latin word ‘honorem’ meaning honor, dignity, office or reputation. The common meaning obtained from the word speaks of a high standing usually referred to human beings like respect which could be because of a variety of reasons like courage, good works, self-sacrifice and many others; though the word can also be attributed to things... Full What is Honor? Tracing the...
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Meaning of a single word
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...etymology or the study of the origins of a word is always interesting as it tells us a lot... [School Meaning of a single word Word: Lantern Introduction: To understand the meaning of any word and be able to use it in a sentence properly, we must first know its definition and what one means by that word. Without knowing the meaning or the lucid and concise definition not only are we unable to use a word properly, but also, we can never explain its meaning and usage to any other person. After the definition, it is important to know other words which have the same meaning as the given word. This increases our vocabulary and using synonyms beautifies our text and makes it less monotonous and boring. The...
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Discussion Board 6 - Chapter 5
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...etymology are based upon the region where the word was first coined, and then the ways and means by which it was verbally used by others who mingled and interacted with people from other... Word Meaning by Region and Generation As society, our culture and understanding of verbal words tend to evolve with our development as a people. This means that just like the people who populate this country and this planet, our ability to to deliver and understand verbal messages should also be considered a living, breathing, and constantly developing part of our growth and civilization. Case in point is that our vocabulary is composed of words that have evolved in meaning over the decades. The changes in the word...
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History of Medical Terminology
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...etymology assists in the deciphering of medical terminologies. Etymology reveals a terminology’s history and origin (Leonard, 2005). Several examples of etymology are acronyms, terms derived from Greek, and terms derived from Latin. Acronyms are contemporary language terminologies that correspond to lengthy expressions like ‘laser’, which corresponds to “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation” (Ehrlich & Schroeder, 2012, 394). On the other... ? History of Medical Terminology Essay Majority of medical terminologies originatedfrom Latin or Greek. These simultaneously occurred with the invention of modern medicine by the Greeks and the dominance of Latin when it was the Western world’s...
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...etymology of this word. In the Online Etymology Dictionary, it is stated that the origin of the word aftermath dates back to 1520-s. It meant “a second crop of grass grown after the first had been harvested... Aftermath by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow The value of poetry is expressed through its ability to deliver certain mood, feelings and expressions in a short form. Unlike prose, where long passages serve as a jigsaw pieces for the whole picture, poetry empowers every word to mean more than it is written in the dictionary. Aftermath written by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow is a short poem which consists of only 14 lines but it manages to impress the reader with its vivid imagery. This essay will focus...
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New Preston Village
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...etymology: Square 2 Village timeline: its 10, 000 years old. Colonized in 1741 In 1753 New preston Ecclesiastical society was established. April 1778 General assembly was integrated to a town. In 1872 was arrival of railroad and 1948 it stopped operations. 1970 the village had became diminutive. 1990s the village made in picturesque in hosting of vistors. Square 3 Village plan: total area is 2020.19 hactares; 0.5 square mile is water and the rest is land. There is a river which is running through the centre of the village. It also passes over the New Preston falls. It has narrow valleys and steep... Square Village New preston Village type: model village Region: United s...
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Schools and society 601.4.4-10
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...Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved... 601.4.4-10 Multiculturalism Sharon Slauson Dr. TeacherFirst TeacherLast Number 18 August 2007 Multiculturalism Grade: Kindergarten Lesson Objective Students will be able to appreciate the value, diversity and benefit of a multicultural society. 1. They will learn that diversity brings color and beauty. Pictures of leaves, and artifacts from multiple cultures will evoke enthusiasm – saree, kimono. They will learn that people of different cultures add richness to the society. 2. They will be introduced to the value of multiculturalism in US by introducing concept of “tossed salad” and melting pot”. 3. Students will understand that multiculturalism provides a greater oppor...
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History of British Lexicography
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...Etymological English Dictionary”. This was the first book to include the etymology and pronunciation of the words therein. Similar to the case in regions and countries such as France and Italy, the British wanted to preserve the purity of their language, prompting the works of one Dr Samuel Johnson, who published his famous dictionary in 1755 (Hartmann, P. 64). The purpose of the drive to preserve the purity of the language was to oppose changes to the language and establish it in its classical form. There arose heated debates pitting the tendency... ? of Lecturer] World Literature History of British Lexicography Introduction The term lexicography is broadly divided into two categories: practical...
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Globalbissue
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...Etymology Dictionary, the French first used the word terrorism in 1795 to refer to the regime’s intimidation witnessed in France from March 1793 to July 1794 during the reign of terror. The word terrorism in French is terrorisme. The events that occurred in the US on September 11 2001 are not the only form of terrorism even though they are one of the most publicized attacks. The terrorists’ main mode of operations in executing these activities includes exterminating masses, causing maximum economic damage and disrupting society... Argument of Definition Controversial word- Terrorism Terrorism encompasses attempts to further the views of an individual or group of people by a system of coercive...
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An Objective Way of thinking using mathematical principles
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...etymology and current range of English-language meanings... Objective Way of thinking using mathematical principles This paper encompasses an examination of the premise of using an objective proach to thinking in regard to mathematical principles. Two big questions will be considered while examining the premise. The context they will be considered under include addressing the nature of reality we need to understand its connection to consciousness and mathematics and as Roger Pemrose introduced ‘We have to understand the connection between physical reality, conscious mentality and the wonderful world of mathematics’ (Pemrose p2) The two big questions that will be examined are: What is reality and...
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Investigating Mathematics
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...etymology of the word mathematics is to be tracked, it will be found that the word came from the Greek word mathema which means learning and studying science. This paper will expansively present what caused men to investigate mathematics and what is the outcome of using mathematics. "Most of the mathematical notation in use today was not invented until the 16th century." (Various Mathematical Symbols) "The evolution of mathematics might be seen as an ever-increasing series ofabstractions, or alternatively an expansion of subject matter... s 3 September 2009 Investigating Mathematics Mathematics is arguably one of the most perplexing s but the who get engrossed in it start liking it very much. If the...
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Sports logo
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...etymology of the world sparks disputes to date, as well as the role of Vikings in Scandinavian and European history, the owners of Minnesota Vikings, some of whom were of Scandinavian origin themselves, decided to pick the image of a Norseman or Viking with pigtails, moustache and horns on the helmet to symbolize the strength and courage that derives from the history of Vikings, who were ancestors of a number of Scandinavian nations and a source of pride. Yellow color that dominates the image symbolizes harmony with ones inner world that successful sportsmen must possess to order to win. Velvet color that is seen on the helmet of the Viking symbolizes...
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Terrorism
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...Etymology Dictionary, the French first used the word terrorism in 1795 to refer to the regime’s intimidation witnessed in France from March 1793 to July 1794 during the reign of terror. The word terrorism in French is terrorisme. The events that occurred in the US on September 11 2001 are not the only form of terrorism even though they are one of the most publicized attacks. The terrorists’ main mode of operations in executing these activities includes exterminating masses, causing maximum economic damage and disrupting society... Argument of Definition Controversial word- Terrorism Terrorism encompasses attempts to further the views of an individual or group of people by a system of coercive...
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Morphological Adaptations of English Loanwords
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...etymology and others Difference between English and Arabic Consonants: In English, when a consonant is doubled in the same word, meaning the first syllable ends in the same letter that the second syllable starts with (e.g. funny 'fun-ny'), both consonants are written separately... Introduction: Morphology is basically a science ical Arabic, which deals with how to construct individual words, and specially verbs into various tenses of past, present and future. It is also known as science of sarf. There are eight letters in Arabic and all of them are consonants. The short vowels are not considered as separate letters so they are not part of alphabet. Basically we divide Arabic into three self contained c...
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Key issues involved in the primary school teaching and learning of spelling
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...Etymology as a strategy advocates the teaching of origins, roots and word structure. Internalizing visual characteristic of words extensively makes one become a good speller in written language. For instance, experience teaches an individual that house is written through this sequence of letters. The high degree and rapid speed that a competent speller translates a word is the graphic knowledge (Gentry 93). Encoding unfamiliar words has some children use sounds and letters to connect phonological knowledge. The child builds on vocabulary of known spelling, improving confidence in writing development... Key Issues of Primary education spelling Spelling is a reproduction of word shapes stored in the mind...
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Semantic change
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...etymology of the word journey first originated from Latin language and it later evolved to the early French as jour with the meaning of "day" and journée with meaning of "a days work or a days travel." The Middle English then borrowed the word journée with both of its meanings. However, the latter “a days travel," came into the widespread present use. It is from this point that the sematic shift took place and consequently the modern form journey now refers to travel without regard to the amount of time or period taken that was encapsulated in the word “day” during its etymological period. Part a) During the etymological period of the name “journey”, the meaning was attached to time... Question The...
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What Is Philosophy
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...Etymology Dictionary, 2012). Philosophers tend to concern themselves with problems, especially those with concepts such as existence, knowledge and values (Teichmann and Evans, 1999). They then proceed to try and answer these questions as logically, rationally and systematically as possible. One of the more notable things said of the field of philosophy is that it revolves around the creation of concepts. This is actually a rather accurate description; for instance, the subcategory of metaphysics concerns itself with explaining the nature not only of the world, but of the human existence (Geisler, 1999). Those who specialize in this branch... ?Philosophy - An Introduction The word 'philosophy' is one...
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Itabari Njeri what's in a name
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...etymology of one’s name. According to The Name Site (2010), “your name is your identity and a window on your culture and self. Your name links you with your past, your ancestors and is a part of your spirituality” (par. 1). Using this as a framework, the author defined culture based on the perceptions, views, and collective information of reactions towards her distinct and unique name. Njeri defined culture as a symbolic collaboration of symbols, literature, arts, identity... Itabari Njeri: What’s in a The essay en d What’s in a written by Itabari Njeri clearly proffered various experiences encountered by the author associated with her interaction with diverse people specifically interested in the...
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An Objective Way of thinking using mathematical principles
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...etymology and current range of English-language meanings... Objective Way of thinking using mathematical principles This paper encompasses an examination of the premise of using an objective proach to thinking in regard to mathematical principles. Two big questions will be considered while examining the premise. The context they will be considered under include addressing the nature of reality we need to understand its connection to consciousness and mathematics and as Roger Pemrose introduced 'We have to understand the connection between physical reality, conscious mentality and the wonderful world of mathematics' (Pemrose p2) The two big questions that will be examined are: What is reality and...
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Dictionary usage
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...Etymology for Everyone. London: Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.... Dictionary Usage The word banshee is a feminine spirit of legend whose howling signifies that a loved one is about to die. Interlude means a prevailing period. The term infernal refers to something that pertains to hell. Interminable refers to something appearing to have no end. Meditative is word that is indicative of meditation. The term phoenix refers to a legendary bird that burns, and then grows from its ashes. Haughtiness refers to arrogance. Bough refers to a main branch of a tree. Transcendent refers to going beyond normal limits. Token refers to a sign or symbol. The banshee comes from the Irish bean si, which is term us...
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This is a very important MEMO
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...etymology. The people in the audience represented themselves almost as a cult: Shared behaviors, chanting, group mentality, etc. In general, many sports rituals have strong religious elements. A Super Bowl trip is like a holy pilgrimage. I think that the game represents tendencies towards covering up class warfare with gladiatorial combat, bread and circuses which is directly linked to imperialism.... 2/18 Re: Marx and the Celtics Analyzing a Celtics game, I got the idea to apply a Marxian analysis to sports ingeneral and to the ethnographic analysis of that basketball game in particular. Marx's project was to discover the source of historical change, which he solved by tying it in to a theory of...
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Effects the Renaissance had on theories and practices of education
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...etymology humanitas was used as an academic term describing someone who is involved in the study of arts such as literature and rhetoric. Later on, the term humanities emerged to describe the dedication to the works of ancient Greeks and Romans particularly the human values that are inherently attached in them. Humanism encompasses many different focal points... ? The Renaissance which started in Italy and which literarily translates to ‘rebirth’ is among the most influential period in history. Humanism whichstarted during this time gives focus on the study on what is now called the arts. Subjects such as philosophy, literature, language and history came to be developed. The word umanista from the Latin...
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An Example of religion being a connection: Voodoo
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...etymology of religion lies with the Latin word religare, which means “to tie, to bind.” This seems to be favored on the assumption that it helps explain the power religion has. The Oxford English Dictionary points out, though, that the etymology of the word is doubtful. Earlier writers like Cicero connected the term with relegere, which means “to read over again” (perhaps to emphasize the ritualistic nature of religions?). The etymological examination... Religion as Connection: Voodoo Voodoo is now a recognized religion in Haiti. As a religion, it is a belief system with its own organized framework for accounting for a certain type of experience that can best be described simply as religious, as opposed ...
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Mimesis, Plato and Arts
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...Etymology The etymology of mimesis is said to come from the Greek term mimos, which can be understood as referring to dumb mimes. However, the problem with this concept is that the relationship between mimos and mimesis is subject... ?Mimesis, Plato, and Arts The history of aesthetics and mimesis can be traced as far back as the Pre-Socratic period (Halliwell 15). This presupposition does not negate the fact that some historians consider the formal beginning of aesthetics started with Vico or Kant (Halliwell 30). This, despite the fact, that Baumgarten coined the term in 1735. Rather, it intends to raise the notion that mimesis and aesthetics have been considered as an integral in understanding both the...
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Mimesis, Plato, and Arts
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...Etymology The etymology of mimesis is said to come from the Greek term mimos, which can be understood as referring to dumb mimes. However, the problem with this concept is that the relationship between mimos and mimesis... Mimesis, Plato, and Arts The history of aesthetics and mimesis can be traced as far back as the Pre-Socratic period (Halliwell 15). This presupposition does not negate the fact that some historians consider the formal beginning of aesthetics started with Vico or Kant (Halliwell 30). This, despite the fact, that Baumgarten coined the term in 1735. Rather, it intends to raise the notion that mimesis and aesthetics have been considered as an integral in understanding both the human...
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Race
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...etymology of the word “race” indicates that the term means common descent. Intellectual analysis on the book opines that the Europeans sought to define the term race at the Age of Enlightenment as a biological concept. However, as time went by, scholars tried to define and classify race into types, origins, and correlations (Spiller 45). Concerted efforts by Ember, Peregrine, and Ember show that biomedical... Race The concepts of the history of race, as highlighted by Ember, Peregrine, and Ember, varied over time and across cultures and were controversial for scientific, political, and social reasons (Ember, Ember, & Peregrine 20). Until the onset of the 19th century, most people thought of race as a...
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Now that you have learned the many disorders and behaviors, this week you have the opportunity to explore ways to address individuals' needs, concerns, and issues
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...etymology may show. It comes from two Latin words: claustrum which means enclosed places and phobia which means fear. It is known to be a form of anxiety that may vary in severity depending on the patient condition. Patients with claustrophobia may feel very scared inside tiny rooms, crowded space, MRI chambers, roller coasters and even tight clothing (Barlow and Durand, 2012, p. 300). Claustrophobics have difficulty receiving the medical tests like MRI as they do not like getting stuck inside an enclosed space. Various factors had been attributed to the existence of claustrophobia like traditional conditioning, hereditary and amygdala reduction (Coan and Allen, 2007, p. 452... for Curing Claustrophobia ...
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Race
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...etymology of the word “race” indicates that the term means common descent. Intellectual analysis on the book opines that the Europeans sought to define the term race at the Age of Enlightenment as a biological concept. However, as time went by, scholars tried to define and classify race into types, origins, and correlations (Spiller 45). Concerted efforts by Ember, Peregrine, and Ember show that biomedical... Race The concepts of the history of race, as highlighted by Ember, Peregrine, and Ember, varied over time andacross cultures and were controversial for scientific, political, and social reasons (Ember, Ember, & Peregrine 20). Until the onset of the 19th century, most people thought of race as a...
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Charater in education
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...Etymology of Virtue Character education Character education basically seeks to develop the human excellence virtue. Excellence virtue acts as a foundation of a productive, purposeful and fulfilling life. It also acts as a foundation of a compassionate and a flourishing society. Character education mainly takes deliberate steps towards cultivation of intellectual and moral virtues through every stage of school life. The virtues are cultivated through the relationships among peers, resolution of conflict, and handling of discipline, rigor of academic standards and involvement of parents. Basically, everything that happens in during school life is character education, since everything affects... Character:...
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Reaction paper
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...etymology of Judea as biblical place mentioned in the Bible. It is referred to as a province of Rome and from this stemmed out the term Jews who dispersed throughout the world and found their presence in Europe. The Jews have since then taken over a large enterprise of tremendously profitable businesses. The speech contains anti-Semitic remarks but when we try to separate Freedman’s opinions and his evidences, we could find truth in what he’s saying. Jews became wealthy in Germany, more than any other country... ? As it goes, only time can determine history for it is in essence an interpretation of the past base on the perspective of the one telling it. The question now lies in determining what is truth...
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Final Essay
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...etymology of the expression of his deontological ethics. According to Kant, imperatives imply what they meant which are command such as “wake up early”. Often they are hypothetical imperative because they only serve a specific objective or purpose such as “wake up early so you will not be later for work”. This imperative... Teacher Discuss Kant’s deontological ethics in Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. First, explain the three propositions that Kant gives in Section I concerning the moral determination of the will. Next, explain how Kant distinguishes between a hypothetical imperative and a categorical imperative. Then explain how Kant uses the Categorical Imperative to formulate EITHER the...
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Vocabulary and semantics
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...Etymology. Oxford.OUP. Hudson,R.(1995) Word Meaning London: Routledge Hurford,J & Heasly,B. (1996) Semantics Cambridge:CUP... vocabulary and semantics The English language is a West Germanic language, and it originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects. In its evolution, the English language borrowed words and phrases from other languages and also kept some of the original Germanic words and phrases (Carter, 1990). One of such phrases is “flea market”. History The term flea market has been in use in the English language from as early as 1922 (Oxford English Dictionary). The term bears its origin from the French Marche aux puces, which was the name of a French market in Paris, which was mostly famous in...
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Discussions
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...etymology of this is the word salve, which means something that eases pain or anxiety. Ironically, the contraposition of salvation is what was narrated to us by the writer. While the act of saving should naturally ease anxiety, it is precisely this attitude of worry and nervousness that filled the Langston while he was in church to receive Christ. Aside from the overall tone of the narrative, this claim is very much supported by the author’s repetition of the word “waiting” which he directs to the presence of Christ. Aside from this, he also uses the word “come... Salvation, the of the story by Langston Hughes, means the act of saving something or somebody and closely related to the etymology of this is ...
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Critical/Analytical Response Essay on- A Streetcar Named Desire play/book By Tennesse Williams-
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...etymology of the name is more revealing. Kiefaber symbolizes a number of ideas pertinent to Blanches predicament in the play. The names second part, faber... Running Head: Critique: A STREETCAR D DESIRE Critique: A Streetcar d Desire of the of the Critique: A Streetcar Named Desire A Streetcar Named Desire is a romantic onomasticon of personal and place names alike written by Tennessee Williamss. The names Blanche Dubois and Stanley Kowalski have long been talismans, symbols of the individuals and the historical clashes they represent--Old World vs. New, rural vs. industrial, "silky lingerie and sweaty brutality." (Logan, 1990). As Jessica Tandy, the first Blanche, so eloquently observed, Blanche and ...
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Invent a term that defines a personality type (such as soccer mom or helicopter parent)
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...etymology of the word. It is based upon 2... ?Definition of a Sponge Kid The creation of any new word that enters the mainstream English language must always be based upon a solid word etymologythat can support the meaning, substance, and relevance of the word in our modern society. Words like soccer mom and helicopter parent became a part of our everyday language because these words depict a the reality of our modern lifestyle. It was through the power of observation and analysis of word meanings that I was able to come up with the word “Sponge Kid”, a term that I use to describe a very modern predicament for most parents these days. In order to define what a Sponge Kid is, I must first explain the...
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Analyzing The F Word
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...etymology is traced to words such as the Middle Dutch fokken, Germanic term ficken, English firk and Scottish fukkit, all associated with sex. The original definition of the F-word is “sex with violence and pleasure with pain” (Stephey). Although the word implies pleasure which should not be an embarrassing experience, it actually is a private affair where the pleasure is achieved by exposing private parts- something that no one would definitely want to perform... ?Full The F-Word Since it is considered to this day taboo and because of the huge fine for indecency by the Federal Communications Commission, the chosen F-word could not be spelled out in this paper. The word is commonly used by people...
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...etymology of 'Viking'", Novato: California, The Viking Times Magazine, Sweden, [Internet] http://www.algonet.se/gwarner/etymology.htm Simpson, J. (1967), "Everyday Life in the Viking Age", New York: Dorset, p11... This essay provides an insight into the term 'Viking' and the most appropriate meanings assigned to it in connection with its history. Vikings have had a long renowned history of their own that has made the word being interpreted and understood in various manners. The word has both been associated with a tribe or individuals in historic sense owing to their activities and also been identified in a pure linguistic form. The essay discusses the most celebrated ones and finally points to the best ...
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Reflective journal
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...etymology of the word to its recent purpose and development are discussed thoroughly and with sound evidences throughout the chapter. Self evaluation and Reflection on the World... Reflective Journal Table of Contents Chapter 3 The Concepts Presented in the Chapter 3 Summary of the Chapter 3 Self evaluation and Reflection on the World-View 4 General Thoughts and Musing 4 Chapter 2 5 The Concepts Presented in the Chapter 5 Summary of the Chapter 5 Self evaluation and Reflection on the World-View 6 General Thoughts and Musing 6 Bibliography 7 Chapter 1 The Concepts Presented in the Chapter ‘Adult Development and Aging’ is a book which acts as a treasure house for the cognition and comprehension regarding th...
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Plant research and faulty arguments
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...Etymology. Boca Raton, Fla: CRC, 2012. Print. Thekkayam, Sabina G, and K V. Peter. Ornamental Plants. New Delhi: New India Pub. Agency, 2009. Print. Bottom of Form Bottom of Form Bottom of Form Bottom of Form... Faulty arguments used about water usage and lawn maintenance Water is very important and needs no wasting or mishandlingat all. Actually, people cannot afford to waste the water they have. This is because some people out there could use that waste, as one man’s waste is another man’s treasure. There are several faulty reasons that people give as an excuse for wasting water. One of the arguments used by people who misuse water is that the water available is more than enough for all the peopl...
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A Silurian placoderm with osteichthyan
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...etymology, holotype, horizon and locality and the diagnosis. Additionally, the article gives a systematic analysis by reviewing each of the features of the Silurian fish. For instance, it gives the attributes of each of its skeletal parts such as the skull roof and sclerotic ring, the dermal cheek, jaw bones, braincase and trunk... ? A Silurian pla rm with osteichthyan Summary of Article The ancient fossil register of jawed vertebrates (gnathostomes) is typified by four defined groups, which include the Osteichthyes, Placoderm, Acanthodii and Chondrichthyes. Among these groups, the Placoderm and Acanthodii are extinct while the Osteichthyes and Chondrichthyes are still in existence. Osteichthyes and...
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