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# Be sure to get the right kind of addressibility

## BĂNG C ANH VĂN 7 PPTX

14. While Mary ............................ television last night, a man she ............... the previous day suddenly ................... on the screen. a. was watching / has met / appeared b. was watching / had met / had appeared c. was watching / had met / appeared d. were watching / had met / appeared  c
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## ONLINE PRACTICE TEST

It’s a tough job? Chris Arnot asks four people with dream jobs if they’re as wonderful as they seem. A Raquel Graham Raquel Graham rings from the taxi taking her to the airport. She can’t make our appointment tomorrow because her boss wants her to be in Los Angeles instead. When you’re personal assistant to a pop star, you’re expected to jet around the world at the drop of a hat. Raquel loves her job and gets on well with her boss. There’s just one minor problem – she can’t stand flying. ‘On a nine-hour trip to California I usually take sleeping tablets to help calm me down,’ she admits. Her worst experience was being on Concorde. ‘It seemed so shut in with those tiny windows.’
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## A HIERARCHICAL CLASSIFICATION OF FIRST-ORDERRECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS CS12

Siegelmann and Sontag studied the computational complexity of ARNNs by considering them as language recognizers over the space of non-empty finite words of bits { 0 , 1 } + . For this purpose, they restricted their attention to ARNNs where each input and output channels were forced to carry only binary signals, and they proceeded to a rigid encoding of the binary input signal and binary output answer to this signal via the existence of two input cells and two output cells (taking the role of a data line and a validation line for each case). Following these conventions, any ARNN N could be associated to some neural language L ( N ) ⊆ { 0 , 1 } + , called the language recognized by N , and defined as the set of all finite words of bits that could be positively classified by N in some finite time of computation. The class of ARNNs was then shown disclose super- Turing computational capabilities. More precisely, ARNNs turn out to admit unbounded power (in the sense of being capable of recognizing all possible languages of { 0 , 1 } + ) in exponential time of computation. And when restricted to polynomial time of computation, ARNNs are computationally equivalent to polynomial time Turing machines with polynomially long advice, and thus recognize the complexity class of languages called P/poly [ 8 ].
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## BEGINNING PHP6 APACHE MYSQL WEB DEVELOPMENT P9 DOCX

Let ’ s start by considering this example: You work in a bank. You are developing a new system to allow the employees to start the workflow of updating customer account information on the company intranet. You use your well - known MM - DD - YYYY format for the date. It all works quite well when testing, but when it ’ s put in production, your users say it doesn ’ t work. Why? Because all your banking systems use the ISO 8601 YYYY - MM - DD date format (a standard used in many systems because the date can be sorted alphabetically). Your users are confused between the two different formats and input wrong information to the system. If the data is in the wrong format, you can end up with a corrupted database or trigger errors in your application.
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## Lecture+3L +What+is+PDP

Personal development planning or PDP means creating opportunities to thinkthrough, in a structured way, questions such as: • What do I really want to achieve from life? • What kind of person do I want to be? • Am I clear about my personal goals and ambitions? • Am I making the right decisions to get me where I really want to be? • Am I in charge of my life and my studies or am I just hoping it all will workout somehow? It has been recognised that students need structured opportunities to think about,and plan towards, their future. The exact content really depends on you. How much of your time do you want to give now to planning your future?
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## TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE PHẦN 6 PPT

with notes on how the reader probably got to this message and what to do about it. If you've been keeping a list of every way you've found to get each message, this is invaluable for the writer. The writer will base her explanations on your list and on information from the project manager and the technical support staff (who rely on these explanations to help keep customers from flooding the company with phone calls). It pays to test every message as it's explained in the book— you'll find more bugs. After you've tested a message, give the writer your additional notes about other message meanings, ways to get the message, or things the customer must do or avoid doing as soon as he gets the message. • Look for confusions that reflect on the program. If the writer can't describe some aspect of the program in a clear and consistent way, evaluate the program before condemning the manual. If the program has many inconsistent options, it's a mess and so will be the documentation. Suggest improvements to the writer (if you can). Don't spend hours rewriting sections of the manual, but if you can do it quickly, do provide a description that you think is clear and acceptable. Also, write Problem Reports if you think confusion in the program is the cause of confusion in the manual. It's easy and common to condemn writers for documentation that accurately describes an incompetent design. We find it more profitable to start with the assumption that the writer is competent and that bad text is telling us something about the program.
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## Tải Đề ôn thi vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh năm 2020 - 2021 số 7 - Đề thi tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 có đáp án

Britain is rather small, only 242,000 sq km. It is 500 km wide and nearly 1000 long. Great Britain is the largest island in Europe and the eighth largest in the world. Britain is an industrialized country. There are many parks in Britain. National Parks and conservation areas cover 20% of the land. There are two parts in Britain, including Highland Britain and Lowland Britain. The highest mountain is Ben Nevis in Scotland, one of the mountainous regions of the UK. It is 1,343m high. The largest cities in Britain are London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow.
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## AUTODESK REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2011 NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PART 82 PPSX

Speaking of flexibility, this jamb is held at a steady 3 ″ . This is an incorrect value and will remain static unless we do something about it. We will do so right now. The objective of the next procedure is to align the inside face of the jamb with the inside face of the wall and to lock that alignment in place.
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## Pro Android apps performance optimization

This kind of code is more frequent when trying to get the best performance out of your Android platform since you want to use the best API for the job while you still want your applica[r]
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## Giáo án English 10 - Unit 6: An Excursion - Lesson 4: D.Writing - Năm học 2012-2013

- Make sure Ss get the requests clearly: - Tell Ss to choose one of these situations to write a confirmation letter responding to each of them.. - Ask Ss to exchange their writing with a[r]
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## Lecture Business and society - Chapter 17: Employee Stakeholders and Workplace Issues

Contents: The New Social Contract, The Employee Rights Movement, The Right Not to Be Fired Without Cause, The Right to Due Process and Fair Treatment, Freedom of Speech in the Workplace.
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## THE ASSERTIVENESS POCKET BOOK PHẦN 5 POT

BASIC ASSERTIVE RIGHTS To ask for what you want ● You have the right to express your own needs ● Each of us has needs, wants and desires and it is helpful in relationships to express them; first, it helps others give you what you really want and secondly, it also helps them ask for what they want
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## Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS4- P12 pot

9. Experiment with other fi le formats such as GIF and PNG to see their benefi ts and limitations. Convert to CMYK While CMYK conversion is an everyday process for many users, several authors and trainers have developed some useful tech- niques. What I offer here is a proper workfl ow that will work for most users, on most images, in most environments. I encourage you to continue to explore prepress production through further reading. CMYK conversion can be a very tricky process, and it is essential that you have access to the color profi le used by your output device. Additionally, be sure to discuss the process with your service bureau that will do the professional printing. With all of these caveats said, let’s take a look at the process.
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## QUICK TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR BUSY MANAGERS 50 EXERCISES THAT GET RESULTS IN JUST 15 MINUTES 2 PDF

Explain what the activity is. Give a very brief overview of what you have planned, so the team can start getting interested and excited. Explain why you are doing this particular activity. Share with the team what you hope to accomplish in the next 15 minutes. The more they see purpose to the activity, the more likely they will participate and learn what you want them to learn. For a few of the activities in this book, however, you would ruin their impact by sharing the objective up front. In those cases, tell them there is an objective that will become clear to them in a few minutes. Make sure that objective is called out during the Debrief (the discussion that is held immediately after the activity).
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## stochastic improvement of structural design

as we now look for those statistical parameters of the design variables such as to produce an assigned result (target), characterized by a given probability of failure. It must be considered, however, that no hypothesis can be introduced about the uniqueness of the result, in the sense that more than one design can exist such as to satisfy the assigned probability, and that the result depends on the starting point of the analysis, which is a well known problem also in other cases of probabilistic analysis. Therefore, the most useful way to proceed is to define the target as a function of a given design solution, for example of the result of a deterministic procedure, in order to obtain a feasible or convenient solution. The main point of multi-objective optimization is the search for the so-called Pareto-set solutions; one starts looking for all feasible solutions, those which don’t violate any constraint, and then compare them; in this way, solutions can be classified in two groups, i.e. the dominating ones, which are better than the others for all targets (the ‘dominated’ solutions) and which are non-dominating among each other. In other words, the Pareto-set is composed by all feasible solutions which are non-dominating each other, i.e. which are not better for at least one condition, while they are all better than the dominated solutions. As it is clear from above, the search for Pareto-set is just a generalization of the optimization problem and therefore a procedure whatever of the many available ones can be used; for example, genetic algorithm search can be conveniently adopted, even if in a very general way (for example, MOGA, ‘Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm’ and all derived kinds), coupled with some comparison technique; it is evident that this procedure can be used at first in a deterministic field, but, if we apply at each search a probabilistic sense, i.e. if we say that the obtained solution has to be a dominating one with a given probability of success (or, in reverse, of failure) we can translate the same problem in a random sense; of course, one has to take into account the large increase of solutions to be obtained in such a way as to build a statistic for each case to evaluate the required probability.
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## DATA MINING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY HANDBOOK 2 EDITION PART 68 POT

jean-francois.boulicaut,Cyrille.Masson@insa-lyon.fr Summary. Many Data Mining algorithms enable to extract different types of patterns from data (e.g., local patterns like itemsets and association rules, models like classiﬁers). To support the whole knowledge discovery process, we need for integrated systems which can deal either with patterns and data. The inductive database approach has emerged as an unifying frame- work for such systems. Following this database perspective, knowledge discovery processes become querying processes for which query languages have to be designed. In the proliﬁc ﬁeld of association rule mining, different proposals of query languages have been made to support the more or less declarative speciﬁcation of both data and pattern manipulations. In this chapter, we survey some of these proposals. It enables to identify nowadays shortcomings and to point out some promising directions of research in this area.
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## TÀI LIỆU TEST FOR 8 UNITS ANH VĂN LỚP 8 HKI PPT

but she’s quite young in spirit. She has a fair complexion, thick brown hair and dark brown eyes. She has a kind face, and when you meet her, the first thing you notice is her smile. Her face is a little wrinkled now, but I think she is still rather attractive. She is the sort of person you can always go to if you have a problem and she’s extremely generous.
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## Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Tiết 45 đến tiết 48

New lesson 2.1 Pre – listening - Get Ss to look at the pictures of the digital camera in the book and make sure Ss understand different parts that are numbered from 1 to 6 - Have Ss work[r]
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## BAI TAP GUI CHI THANH

• Opposite sides of a parallelogram are parallel and so are those of a regular hexagon. a) Opposite sides of a rectangle are equal, and so are ...... b) All the angles of a square are right angles, and so are ...... c) All the sides of a regular hexagon are equal, and so are ......
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## Lecture Computer literacy - Lecture 29: Using multimedia digital devices with a computer

After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: What is the purpose of Google drive? Which kind of documents can be created using Google docs? What is publishing the document? What is the purpose of comments?
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## ACTIVE DIRECTORY COOKBOOK FOR WINDOWS SERVER 2003 P35 PPTX

It is also worth noting that deleting a site does not delete any of the subnets or site links that were associated with the site. This would be another good thing to add to the VBScript solution. That is, before you delete the site, delete any subnets and site links that are associated with site. Recipe 11.4 Creating a Subnet
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## TEST FOR 8 UNITS ANH VĂN LỚP 8 HKI

24.My brother can repair the bicycle _______. VI. Read the text and answer the following questions . Peter had a letter form his sister yesterday. She lives in Nigeria. In her letter, she said that she was coming to England next month. If she comes, she will get a surprise. Peter is now living in a beautiful new house in the country. Work on it had begun before his sister left. The house was completed five months ago. In his letter, he said that, he wanted her to stay with his family. The house has many large rooms and there is a lovely garden. It is a modern house. So it looks strange to some people. It must be the only modern house in the district.
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## BÀI TẬP VỀ MAKE DO TAKE MÔN TIẾNG ANH LỚP 11 | TIẾNG ANH, LỚP 11 - ÔN LUYỆN

Although his both legs were broken in the crash, he managed to get out of the car before it exploded.. I haven’t eaten this kind of food before.[r]
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## HLP-P SERIES INSTRUCTION DOC

↓　 ３ ０．００　 ＦＯＲ　　　ＨＺ　 　 　 ＳＴＯＰ　 　 ¢ 　　　　¤　 　 Note: ① means flashing. ¤means bright. ② With HLKD0001 and HLKD0002 the functions of ENTER and SET are the same, and the functions of PROG and FUNC are the same. ③ For monitoring AC, DC, T and other items they can be only switched and displayed after the parameter setting. ④ When it is powered up again after a power breakdown the inverter will display the screen previous to the power breakdown after its self detection. 5. Description of Operation Examples
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## GIÁO ÁN ANH VĂN LỚP 12 QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION PPTX

 Teachers have to ensure that students understand the problem and then redraft the passage correctly. 1. Basic procedure for correcting simple written work in class  The teacher writes correct answers on the board, or gets students to write them.  As the teacher gives the answers, students correct their own work.
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## READ BETTER REMEMBER MORE PART2 DOCX

Similarly, how can you understand what you read if you don’t know what some of the words mean? Many people would understand and remember much more of what they read if they simply had a larger vocabulary. In fact, a limited vocab- ulary is often what frustrates people more than anything else when it comes to reading. The solution is to work steadily on improving your vocabulary. And the first step is to get in the habit of looking up any word you come across that you don’t know. Even if you are just going to sit down with the Sunday paper, sit down with a dictionary. Any college edition will do. Don’t think of it as work; think of it as an invest- ment in your future. It may be slow going at first, but as you build your vocabulary, you will spend less and less time looking up words. You’ll also become increasingly confident as a reader.
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## FEELING GOOD 100 WAYS TO FEEL BETTER EVERY DAY PHẦN 10 POTX

_BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE TITLE OF THE BOOKLET IN YOUR MESSAGE.[r]
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## VERSION CONTROL WITH SUBVERSION POT

Thanks to O'Reilly and our editors, Linda Mui and Tatiana Diaz for their patience and support. Finally, we thank the countless people who contributed to this book with informal reviews, sug- gestions, and fixes: While this is undoubtedly not a complete list, this book would be incom- plete and incorrect without the help of: David Anderson, Jani Averbach, Ryan Barrett, Francois Beausoleil, Jennifer Bevan, Matt Blais, Zack Brown, Martin Buchholz, Brane Cibej, John R. Daily, Peter Davis, Olivier Davy, Robert P. J. Day, Mo DeJong, Brian Denny, Joe Drew, Nick Duffek, Ben Elliston, Justin Erenkrantz, Shlomi Fish, Julian Foad, Chris Foote, Martin Furter, Dave Gilbert, Eric Gillespie, David Glasser, Matthew Gregan, Art Haas, Eric Hanchrow, Greg Hudson, Alexis Huxley, Jens B. Jorgensen, Tez Kamihira, David Kimdon, Mark Benedetto King, Andreas J. Koenig, Nuutti Kotivuori, Matt Kraai, Scott Lamb, Vincent Lefevre, Morten Ludvigsen, Paul Lussier, Bruce A. Mah, Philip Martin, Feliciano Matias, Patrick Mayweg, Gareth McCaughan, Jon Middleton, Tim Moloney, Christopher Ness, Mats Nilsson, Joe Orton, Amy Lyn Pilato, Kevin Pilch-Bisson, Dmitriy Popkov, Michael Price, Mark Proctor, Steffen Pro- haska, Daniel Rall, Jack Repenning, Tobias Ringstrom, Garrett Rooney, Joel Rosdahl, Christi- an Sauer, Larry Shatzer, Russell Steicke, Sander Striker, Erik Sjoelund, Johan Sundstroem, John Szakmeister, Mason Thomas, Eric Wadsworth, Colin Watson, Alex Waugh, Chad Whitacre, Josef Wolf, Blair Zajac, and the entire Subversion community.
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## QUICK TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR BUSY MANAGERS 50 EXERCISES THAT GET RESULTS IN JUST 15 MINUTES 1 DOCX

answer! Remember, they have never heard the question before, so it may take a few seconds to formulate a response. Watch for heads nodding, smiles, and other indications that they agree with what is being said by others. Not everyone has to respond to every question for the entire group to learn. If you see reactions that suggest disagreement, ask, “Does anyone disagree?” or “What about an opposing view?” Call on the one disagreeing only as a last resort.
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## ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTS-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL''''S ARCHIVEGROUP INFLUENCES ON THE CONSUMER PPTX

divides reference groups into the informational kind influence is based almost entirely on members' knowledge, normative kind members influence what is perceived to be 'right', 'proper',[r]
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## BUSINESS IDIOMS IN ENGLISH – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL''''SARCHIVEFAXES PDF

Push the start button to send the fax, then watch to make sure the paper .... through right and does not get TRANG 8 slides moves feeds.[r]
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## ABSOLUTE C PHẦN 10 POT

See an adviser, talk to him, and listen to him. should produce the following suggested changed version of the sentence: See an adviser, talk to her or him, and listen to her or him. Be sure to preserve uppercase letters for the first word of the sentence. The pronoun "his" can be replaced by "her(s)" ; your program need not decide between "her" and "hers" . Allow the user to repeat this for more sentences until the user says she or he is done. This will be a long program that requires a good deal of patience. Your program should not replace the string "he" when it occurs inside another word such as "here" . A word is any string consist- ing of the letters of the alphabet and delimited at each end by a blank, the end of the line, or any other character that is not a letter. Allow your sentences to be up to 100 characters long. 6. There is a CD available for purchase that contains .jpeg and .gif images of music that is in the public domain. The CD includes a file consisting of lines containing the names, then composers of that title, one per line. The name of the piece is first, then zero or more spaces then a dash (-) character, then one or more spaces, then the composer’s name. The com- poser name may be only last name, or an initial and one name, or two names: first last, or three names: first middle last. There are a few tunes with “no author listed” as author. In the subsequent processing, “no author listed” should not be rearranged. Here is a very abbreviated list of the titles and authors.
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## WIVES AND DAUGHTERS ELIZABETH GASKELL CHAPTER 38 PPTX

'But you were rather sharp, - rather displeased -- ' 'And I think it my duty to be sharp, ay, and cross too, when I see young folks careless. And when I see my duty clear I do it; I'm not one to shrink from it, and they ought to be grateful to me. It's not every one that will take the trouble of reproving them, as Mrs Goodenough knows. I'm very fond of Molly Gibson, very, for her own sake and for her mother's too; I'm not sure if I don't think she's worth half-a-dozen Cynthias, but for all that she should not break my best china tea-cup, and then sit doing nothing for her livelihood all the rest of the evening.'
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## PRACTICE TEST ENGLISH 12 (60’) - TRƯỜNG THPT BC NGUYỄN HIỀN DOCX

D. All are correct Fill in each numbered blank with ONE suitable word: Nonverbal communication, or "body language", is communication by facial expressions, head or eyes movements, hand signals, and body postures. It can be just as important to understand-------(46)---- words are. Misunderstandings- often amusing----- (47)-------- sometimes serious- can arise between people from different cultures if they misinterpret nonverbal signals. For example, take the differences in meaning of a gesture--- -(48)------- is very common in the United States: a circle made with the thumb and index finger. To an American, it means that everything-----(49)----- OK. To Japanese, it means that you are talking ---(50)------- money. In France, it means that something is worthless. Meanwhile in Greece, it is an obscene gesture. Therefore, an American could unknowingly offend a Greek by using that particular hand signal.
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## KIỂM TRA 1 TIẾT ANH VĂN SỐ 2 POT

21. I’ve been ___________ to the party but unfortunately I can’t go. A. listened B. invited C. explained D. written 22. The more electricity you use, ___________ your bill will be. A. the highest B. the more high C. higher D. the higher 23. This photograph was taken in Scotland, __________ ?
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## ĐỀ LUYỆN THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT& ĐẠI HỌC MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 ĐỀ 24 PPS

Nonverbal communication, or "body language", is communication by facial expressions, head or eyes movements, hand signals, and body postures. It can be just as important to understand-------(46)---- words are. Misunderstandings- often amusing----- (47)-------- sometimes serious- can arise between people from different cultures if they misinterpret nonverbal signals. For example, take the differences in meaning of a gesture--- -(48)------- is very common in the United States: a circle made with the thumb and index finger. To an American, it means that everything-----(49)----- OK. To Japanese, it means that you are talking ---(50)------- money. In France, it means that something is worthless. Meanwhile in Greece, it is an obscene gesture. Therefore, an American could unknowingly offend a Greek by using that particular hand signal.
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## FILL IN BLANK 2

“ you would(4).............. ask me why my heart is so disguised. I just can’t live a lie any more. I would rather hurt myself than to ever make(5)....................... cry. There’s nothing left to say but(6)..................................” You deserve the chance at the kind of (7).................... I’m not sure I’m worthy of losing you is painful to me. I don’t want to let you down. I don’t want to lead you on. I don’t want to hold you back from where you might belong.
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## PETERSON’S MASTER TOEFL WRITING SKILLS PART 23 DOCX

2. That grandfather clock has sat in that same spot for forty years. 3. The volcano had lain dormant for fifty years when it suddenly erupted. 4. There was a surprising number of news coming from that country. 5. The bread dough has raised enough and is now ready to be baked. 6. The children’s papers were hung about the classroom.
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## THE MASTER AND HIS EMISSARY THE DIVIDED IAIN MCGILCHRIST

Dealing with these anomalous situations, intriguing and important as they are, lies beyond the scope of this book. But one point is worth making in relation to this last group, those with unconventional alignments of functions within either hemisphere. If it should turn out that the development of the semantic and syntactic language centre in the left hemisphere is a key determinant of the way of seeing the world associated with that hemisphere as a whole, its translocation to the other hemisphere – or alternatively, the translocation into the left hemisphere of normally right-hemisphere functions – could have widely different, even opposing, effects in different cases. The point is this: does the coexistence in the same hemisphere , be it right or left, of language and what are normally right- hemisphere functions, lead to language being ‘reinterpreted’ according to the characteristic mode of a normal right hemisphere, or does it lead to the opposite effect – the other functions going on in that hemisphere being transformed by (what would be normally) a left-hemisphere way of seeing things? To put it simply, does placing a maths professor in a circus troupe result in a flying mathematician, or a bunch of trapeze artists who can no longer perform unless they have first calculated the precise trajectory of their leap? Probably both scenarios are realized in different individuals, leading to unusual talents, and unusual deficits. This may be the link between cerebral lateralisation and creativity, and it may account for the otherwise difficult to explain fact of the relatively constant conservation, throughout the world, of genes which, at least partly through their effects on lateralisation, result in major mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia and manic-depressive psychosis (now known as bipolar disorder), and developmental disorders, such as autism and Asperger's syndrome. It may also be associated with homosexuality, which is thought to involve a higher than usual incidence of abnormal lateralisation. Such genes may, particularly in the case of mental illness, be highly detrimental to individuals, and have an impact on fertility for the population at large – and would therefore have been bred out long ago, if it were not for some hugely important benefit that they must convey. If they also, through their effects on lateralisation, in some cases led to extraordinary talents, and if particularly they did so in relatives, who have some but not all of the genes responsible, then such genes would naturally be preserved, on purely Darwinian principles.
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