• Shpoty Po Stilistike
    based on polysemantic effect (zeugma, pun). 13. Oxymoron, antonomasia. 14. Intensification of a certain feature of phenomenon (simile, hyperbole, understatement). 15. Intensification of a certain feature of phenomenon (periphrasis, euphemism). 16. Proverbs and sayings. 17. Epigrams, paradox...
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  • Inventing the Paradigm for the Future of Public Administration in Ghana - Reverberations from the Past and Lessons of Today.
    organizational decision making. The introductory lines of his article are interesting to note because it gives a sense of the choice of the title of the article-“A fact about proverbs is that greatly enhances their quotability is that they always occur in mutually contradictory pairs. Look before you leap...
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  • Christian Education
    exists or because he says it is so. (Psalm 33:16; 53:1-3; Proverbs 12:15; 14:9). 20. We affirm that every human being is created in the image of God and is, therefore, in need of development in the spiritual areas of existence as well as in the intellectual and physical areas, and that true...
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  • Bible Project
    day lifestyle, which can effect us in achieving our goals. Procrastination can be the reason behind our failures Proverbs 10: 4 - 5 “Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth. He who gathers crops in summer is a wise son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son...
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  • folders checked for errors
    . (French version: Vingt Alternatives à la Punition) Copyright © 1996 by Aletha Solter. For more information about this approach to parenting, see The Aware Baby, Helping Young Children Flourish, and Tears and Tantrums by Aletha Solter, Ph.D. 1. LOOK FOR UNDERLYING NEEDS. example: Give your child...
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  • Adolenses and Problem
    loyal with the words used Be frank but do not offend. Speak clearly because rarely are you understood Stick to the present. Speak privately Ask why? Refer to anecdotes and let the adolescent makes his deductions Defend the adolescent Reflect enough to give a natural answer Demand the essential Make...
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  • Acc.Afz.
    need. Keeping things simple helps us give the part of ourselves that is capable of the greatest amount of compassion—open ears and an understanding heart. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Empowered Forgiveness Apologies In life there will always be...
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  • Literary Terms Midterm
    of the Epic Hero and relate them to Beowulf or King Arthur: Characteristic Relationship to Beowulf/Arthur 3. What is the difference between “connotation” and “denotation” of a word? Give an example. 4. A reference to something we, as the reader, should...
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  • Butter!!
    Which is better for you butter or margarine? Well I am here today to give you the utter truth about butter and margarine. Butter and margarine are two condiments used in the kitchen to cook, flavor foods, and for spreads, but they are different. Butter is a natural dairy food product that has been...
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  • summary of books in the bible (old testament)
    man). Malachi said that God accused the people. They were doing many wrong things. They did not give the best gifts to God (Malachi 1:6-14). The priests did not teach well (Malachi 2:1-9). The men divorced their wives without a proper reason (Malachi 2:13-16). But God himself would come to his...
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  • Cross-Cultural Communication
    sound vague just for being polite. They introduce their statements with long phrases and use impersonal verbs. As a result you just cannot understand what they are referring to. Lewis, R. (2006) gives a good example how a Japanese boss would ask his subordinates to tidy up their offices: "As we...
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  • Fatherhood
    should model themselves after and give their all to be the best father they can be. Proverbs 22:6-11 reads, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (English Standard Version). The father is the initial instructor of his children and therefore sets...
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  • Fighting Illegal Immigration
    jobs and feed their families with this tough economy. We should give equal share and work hard to get what we deserve. An old saying from a Chinese Proverb can help enlighten us to think about the possibilities we can bring if we help poor countries thrive and have people build better lives for...
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  • The Fourth Commandment
    persons. 3. Proper discipline for children while being careful not to provoke them. 4. "Avoiding pressure to choose a certain profession or spouse", which does not preclude parents from giving "judicious advice". 5. "Being a good example" to their children. 6. "Acknowledging their own failings" to...
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  • Literary Terms Midterm
    of the Epic Hero and relate them to Beowulf or King Arthur: Characteristic Relationship to Beowulf/Arthur 3. What is the difference between “connotation” and “denotation” of a word? Give an example. 4. A reference to something we, as the reader, should...
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  • Youth Problems
    meet them everywhere in our life: in a family, in a street, at school, future career, love… East or west home is best; There is no place like home; Home, sweet home… These are very popular and widely known proverbs. Teenagers adore traveling. We want to see as more countries as possible; to meet...
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  • Fruit of the Spirit
    and reap a reward. I. Proverbs 31:26 – The law of kindness is in her mouth. 1. IV. This Proverbs 31 woman was greatly blessed, respected, and loved. The law of kindness being in our mouths will produce great rewards in our lives. We Must Receive Mercy To Give It Away. A...
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  • Lexicology
    units which form its context. Lexical units are context dependent. A word enters into contrastive paradigmatic relations with all of the words. for example, words: nice, beautiful, handsome, pretty – may occur at one and the same context but they have their own meanings. Syntagmatic relationships...
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  • Literary Terms Midterm
    of the Epic Hero and relate them to Beowulf or King Arthur: Characteristic Relationship to Beowulf/Arthur 3. What is the difference between “connotation” and “denotation” of a word? Give an example. 4. A reference to something we, as the reader, should...
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  • Corporal Punishment
    retirement money that he'd say he wished someone had caned some sense into him. That being the case, which is more cruel: caning or allowing such a person to become a criminal?" Corporal punishment can make a valuable example of a student Oscar Goodman: "I also believe in a little bit of...
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