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Society Versus the Individual in Gather Together in My Name - Society Versus the Individual in Gather Together in My Name "I reassured myself. I was helping my man. And, after all, there was nothing wrong with sex. I had no need for shame. Society dictated that sex was only licensed by marriage documents. Well, I didn't agree with that. Society is a conglomerate of human beings and that's just what I was. A human being." What we have here from Maya Angelou's novel, Gather Together in My Name, is the basic battle of society against the individual....   [tags: Gather Together in My Name Essays] 451 words
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The Crusades in the Name of God - Several centuries after they ended, the Crusades are remembered as wars that were fought and lost in the name of God. The efforts and means utilized and maintained to continue to wage a battle for more than one hundred years is memorable nonetheless. While we say that these wars were fought in the name of God, it is simply not that easy to define. The causes for the Crusades cannot be traced to an isolated event but rather several factors that operated together to create a climate of religious fervor to fight for the name of God....   [tags: Battles, World History, The Crusades]
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An Illustration of Monastic Life in the 14th Century: Jean-Jacques Annaud's The Name of the Rose - Jean-Jacques Annaud, The Name of the Rose historical fiction murder mystery illustrates monastic life in the 14th century. This medieval film takes place in a remote Benedictine abbey in Northern Italy. Annaud is historically successful in recounting monastic life during the Middle Ages. The enriching backdrop of this film presents the culture of monastic life. The setting is beautifully examined and replicated to show the distinct and complicated architecture of the times. The characterization of the monks is distinct in their appearance common to medieval times....   [tags: Jean-Jacques Annaud, Name of the Rose, mystery, fi] 1136 words
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"First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage": Living Together, the Step Before Marriage - One of the things I remember from childhood is the innocent, if not irritating, repetition of four-line songs on the playground. One lyric in particular seems to have embedded itself in my memory and lasted through the years: “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in a baby carriage.” I am sure most of my fellow college students remember it well. Now that I am in my third year of college and in love, I find myself trying to shirk the marriage step by thinking of something that could be put in the middle of love and marriage....   [tags: childhood, marriage, living together,] 954 words
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Comparing the Marriages in "Holding Things Together" and "The Painted Door" - A married couple may not always be the happiest couple even though it may seem that love is expressed in the relationship. Some marriages are meant to be while some are not. What causes a person to be dissatisfied with their marriage. Or how do external factors play a role on the outcome of a relationship. As for the case in "Holding Things Together" and "The Painted Door"; these short stories have a few similarities, but they also have many contrasting factors to take into consideration on why one couple is successful with there relationship while the other is not....   [tags: Holding Things Together, Painted Door, marriage, ] 704 words
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Me and You in the Poem Choosing My Name by Puamani Burgress - “Choosing My Name” by Puanani Burgress is a poem that reflects Burgess idea of her identity and how it is related with her different names. Despite having three different names Chirstabella , Yoshie and Puanani, she particularly likes identifying herself as Puanani although it is not her “official name”. Strange as it sounds, I aslo have three different names: Basanta, Kancho, Xxxxxx. My third name Xxxxxx is my cultural name that I cannot disclose thus I have decided to write it Xxxxxx as it is made up of six letters....   [tags: culture, family, land, name] 709 words
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Maxine Hong Kingston's No Name Woman - Maxine Hong Kingston's No Name Woman A person's identity cannot be given to her, instead a person must achieve a sense of her character through personal experience and self-reflection. In "No Name Woman", Maxine Hong Kingston recalls the events of her aunt's life in the vague world of her Chinese roots. The story of her aunt is told by her mother and Kingston recreates the events into an exploratory story to help herself figure out what part of her identity is Chinese and help her better understand the Chinese culture....   [tags: Kingston's Autobiography No Name Woman] 1394 words
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John Donne's A Valediction of my Name, In the Window - John Donne's A Valediction of my Name, In the Window       "My name engraved herein/Doth contribute its firmness to this glass" (1-2). It is a small but exquisitely considered act - a man carefully etches his name into a window, hoping to preserve his identity for future generations. Immediately, sensory details flow into my mind at the thought of such a momentous event. The precise scratch of the tool, the small flakes of glass that chip away, the beams of sunlight backlighting my own name in blinding pinpoints of sharp white light - all ignite a visceral feeling in the depths of my consciousness....   [tags: Valediction of my Name Essays]
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Friends of A Feather Stick Together - Beyond a doubt, we must know and remember that friends can and will improve our lives. Are you the friend that gets out of your bed at night to rescue me when I’m stranded. Maybe you are the friend that will buy me food when I’m hungry. Sometimes, I have to think about if I have any good friends or if I have none. On certain days, I would sometimes hang out with friends that I barely talk to. Friends will always come and go is what I been taught. My friends are determined based on personality, style, and so much more....   [tags: friends, life, intimacy] 611 words
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The Struggle in Chaim Potok's My Name is Asher Lev -        "If you were a genius in mathematics, I would understand. If you were a genius in writing, I would also understand. If you were a genius in Gemorra, I would certainly understand. But a genius in drawing is foolishness, and I will not let it interfere with our lives. Do you understand me, Asher?" (Potok 136). The struggle begins for young Asher Lev, a talented artist who tries to convince his father and the rest of his family of his artistic ability, when his father refuses to recognize his talent....   [tags: My Name is Asher Lev]
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Piecing Together the Story of Osiris - ... Osiris taught these barbarians and cannibals the methods of agriculture and Osiris was known as the first man to drink wine; he soon taught the Egyptians how to harvest the wine as well. Osiris began cultivating the Egyptians in many ways, by providing them codes to live by, similar to what Hammurabi did in the early stages of society as well. After experiencing much success, Osiris left Isis in charge of the civilization he had developed in Egypt, and Osiris set his sights on spreading to Ethiopia....   [tags: ancient Egyptian mythology] 1028 words
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A Name for Culture and Assimilation - There are a myriad of reasons why a name becomes a crucial identity for many people. It is because they believe that a name can give power, authority, allegiances, and other special values. In many African countries such as Ghana and Nigeria or Asian countries such as Myanmar, the naming ceremony for a newborn baby is very special for the baby and the family. Even the entire society may become involved in celebrating it. People believe a name will bring the prestigious culture values to the baby that will allow him or her to fit well in the society....   [tags: Social Science]
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A Name for Culture and Assimilation - There are myriad reasons why a name becomes a crucial identity for many people. They believe that a name can give power, authority, allegiances, and other special values. In many African countries such as Ghana and Nigeria or Asian countries such as Myanmar, the naming ceremony for a newborn baby is very special for the baby and the family. The entire society may become involved in celebrating it. People believe a name will bring the prestigious culture values to the baby that will allow him or her to fit well in the society....   [tags: Culture]
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Named of Some Other Name - Readers of David Jones often either celebrate or abhor the fact that Jones was a Christian. What many of them do not realize is that Jones was an artist who happened to be a Christian, and his faith actually made him a more powerful and important artist. Jones is so important because of the way he saw the world, and his effort to make his vision experienced by his audience. One of Jones’s important beliefs was that “Myths and archetypes from all periods of the world’s history may find their true fulfillment in the symbolism of Christianity” (Blamires 68)....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Putting Together The Puzzle of My Life - Life can be like a puzzle when putting pieces of the history together: When times were bad in the nineteen hundreds people begin to immigrate to new parts of the world. My great grandparents immigrated from Italy in the early nineteen hundreds they had to move away from there own country to survive. Many people moved to the north part of the world as many others move to the south part. My great grandparents decided to move to the south. They choose to immigrate to the city of Chihuahua. The city was small at that time; most part of it was land....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1967 words
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The Domain Name System - ... Every resource on the Internet (web site, web page or e-mail address) must have a unique Internet Protocol address. Without this unique identifying address, resources on the Internet will not be able to find other specific resources. There will, for example, be no way of making sure that the important e-mail one sends will reach the intended addressee. Domain names are converted into a thirty-two-bit dotted decimal notation, or a number consisting of four octets (sets of eight binary digits), that specifies a network address and a host ID on a network....   [tags: networking, protocols, internet] 962 words
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Name of the Rose - A religious hypocrisy, Name of The Rose was directed by Jean Jacques Annaud and produced by 20th Century Fox. The main characters are Brother William of Baskerville and, his novice, Adso. The other characters are the Abbott, a peasant girl, Bernado Gui, Salvatore, and Remigo. The story is set in 1327 in a dark gloomy abbey in northern Italy. The movie is set around the belief that the devil has taken over the abbey. Adso, the novice to the main character, narrates the story. Monks are dying and there is no explanation for their death....   [tags: Film] 402 words
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When Rain Clouds Gather, by Bessie Head - In the novel When Rain Clouds Gather, by Bessie Head, the protagonist, Makhaya, deals with suffering, trauma and eventual healing, particularly when he arrives in Golema Mmidi. At the same time, the novel deals with problems of tribalism, greed and hate in a postcolonial state. Throughout the novel, Makhaya attempts to resolve these struggles and create a new future for himself. We learn from the novel that Makhaya is struggling with several very large struggles. Makhaya wants to live in a country that is free from all forms of apartheid, racial domination and conflict between the rich and poor and the black and white....   [tags: trauma, suffering, healing] 778 words
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Gather Ye Ice-Cream While Ye May: An In Depth Analysis of Wallace Stevens' “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” - Gather Ye Ice-Cream While Ye May: An In Depth Analysis of Wallace Stevens' “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” In the poem “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” by Wallace Stevens, a series of scenes are woven together through distinctly straightforward descriptions of the sights of a solitary man as he meanders through the dwelling of a deceased woman. The stanzas commence with the seemingly empty business dealing with the absurd: A scandalous setting dealing with whores, those that chase whores, and ice-cream....   [tags: Poetry] 1648 words
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Computer Lab: How to Gather Data for Analysis - ... Once Splunk is up and running, download the sample data file from http://www.splunk.com/base/images/Tutorial/tutorialdata.zip. Once the sample data has been downloaded, add the data into Splunk by selecting “Add data” in the Data panel. Follow the remaining steps in the lab, and then Splunk should display a message that confirms that the upload was successful. Next, navigate to Splunk Search to continue with the lab. The search has features such as the search bar, and the time range picker which is used to select a range of time from which events can be pulled....   [tags: download splunk, tutorials] 624 words
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Identity as a Name in The Importance of Being Earnest - Because this play is meant to embody victorian society, Wilde is able to interpret and criticize the high importance of social identity to Victorians. The encompassing critic that Wilde addresses in his script involves the corrupt nature of society and the hypocrisy of presenting oneself as a wholesome, earnest person when reality indicates otherwise. This play symbolically allows us to view the characters as an example of all elite Victorian society. Bromige declares that, “reading or watching the play is to observe the unconscious of the society of Wilde’s day” (1)....   [tags: Oscar Wylde, literary analysis]
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Not Even My Name by Theo Halo - Woodrow Wilson had a different solution to the monarchy-vacuum: ethnically-based, national democracies. In a way, he is replacing the adherence to one family's bloodline with adherence to a collective bloodline. The crumbling Ottoman Empire is one power that attempted such a national identity. Britain began to carve up the Ottoman Empire into little pieces, leaving the ethnic Turks, who had been dominant in the empire, with a considerably smaller base of land. In reaction, Mustafa Kemal, a military commander, led them to move their capital inland to Ankara and declare war on the states that were claiming pieces of Anatolia....   [tags: woodrow wilson, japanese, democracy]
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Elizabeth Wein's Code Name Verity - It is hard to find that one person in the world that you can always relate too. That one friend knows your personality and perspective. In the book Code Name Verity written by Elizabeth Wein, we see a unique and very special thing of friendship. This amazing friendship we get to see is between two girls, Maddie and Julie. Because of their job and missions, they are both required to have code names throughout the book. These girls know exactly what kind of trouble they would get into if any code name was given away and most importantly, the trust they would break from their friendship....   [tags: Maddie and Julie's friendship]
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Putting the Puzzle Together: Different Roles in a Business Meeting - ... He or she, according to the book “encourages any sign of progress.” “The Mimic” is another self-explanatory one; he or she always repeats the words or comments of other groups, kind of like a parrot or a sound recorder. We all get the idea. “The Monomaniac” is according to the book “One who rides the same hobbyhorse at every meeting.” I honestly have no idea what that means so I cannot put it in my own words. “The Outsider” is according to Chapter 10 of the book; “Someone who comments and uses body language to covey detachments or contempt” which to my understanding is someone who tries to herd separation or ridicule any negative comments or body language....   [tags: ideas, decisions, company] 995 words
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Countries Come Together in the 100 Hour War - ... Two days after the invasion, the Iraqi Republican Guard had already defeated the Kuwaiti army, but some soldiers had escaped to Saudi Arabia. Upon the invasion, Saddam Hussein claimed Kuwait as the 19th province of Iraq, controlling a very large portion of the world’s oil reserves. These and other horrible acts led the United Nations to pass resolutions opposing the invasion and demanding Iraq to withdraw. After several negotiations between Iraq and the United States, to include one of the last peace talks in Geneva, Switzerland between Secretary of State James Baker and Iraq Prime Minister Tariq Aziz, they were unable to come into a peace agreement....   [tags: kuwait, hussein, Iraq] 1355 words
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Interdisciplinary Teams in Healthcare: We’re All in This Together - In 1987, when I began working for The Emory Clinic, the physician group associated with Emory University, the name Emory seemed to be the only thing the clinic had in common with the hospitals also affiliated with Emory University. Each hospital operated as its own entity with little coordination between them other than a shared billing system. The Emory Clinic (TEC) was further removed due to the differences in providing care in an ambulatory setting versus a hospital environment. TEC’s organizational hierarchy at the time was an organization populated by silos based on clinical specialties....   [tags: patients, communication, administrators]
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The Name of the Rose - The history of Christianity has always involved turbulence. Not only were there divisions among the members of the religion into different sects according to their own beliefs and ideas, but also, there were struggles between Christianity and the pagan, in which the two opposing sides tried to weaken the other and yield greater influence. These divisions and fierce competitions can be observed in Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose, in which several clashes between systems are shown: a conflict between Christianity and paganism and one between the two different orders – the Benedictine and Franciscan....   [tags: Umberto Eco, Christianity]
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Book Review Of The Name Of The Rose: The Name Of The Truth - Imagine a medieval Benedictine monastery, with cellarers, herbalists, gardeners, librarians, young novices. One after the other, half a dozen monks are found murdered in the most bizarre ways, and the reader very quickly finds out that the monastery, supposedly a place of piety and tranquility is the place of sin and corruption. William of Baskerville, a learned Franciscan who is sent to solve the mystery finds himself involved in the frightening events inside the abbey. This is the story of "The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco....   [tags: essays research papers] 798 words
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Living Together Before Marriage - Living Together Before Marriage As the rate of divorce soars and as increasing numbers of marriages disintegrate, living together has become the popular alternative to many people in north America. Expersts estimate that "roughly 2.2 million people are currently sharing bed and board in a live-in arrangement, this is approximately 1% of the total population."("Family." Comptoms Encyclopedia. 1992 ed.) Living together, more formally known as non marital cohabitation, is an emerging lifestyle. In fact, "More than one fourth of all unmarried couples living together in the early 1980's were between 25 and 34 years old, and an additional 19 percent were 45 and over."("Today's Families."Detroit...   [tags: essays research papers] 968 words
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What's in a Name - There are many cultures that place a huge importance in names and the naming of their child. In these cultures a name is more than a nice-sounding label, a name can tell a story and pave way for a destiny. Many believe that while it might be easy to brush off names as less important than personality or parenting, it's not so far-fetched to say that a name is one's destiny. There is a fair amount of research in our society that backs up something called "nominative determinism.” This is the theory that a name may influence career, professional life, and even who you choose to marry (“Nominative Determinism”)....   [tags: Meaning, Identity]
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What's in a Name? - Approximately, 17,000 Americans each year feel that the name they were given does not match their identity. The name a person is given is who they are, it is a way for the world to acknowledge them. At the start of World War II, the American government took a series of drastic measures aiming at Japanese Americans in the U.S., all Japanese Americans, no matter who they were, adults, women, or children, had been suspected spies. More than 120,000 Japanese Americans were sent to internment camps. This essay aims to study the comparison of the named and nameless characters in When the Emperor was Divine, through the analysis of their loss of identity....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Cultural Norms: A Fictional Essay - “This time it’s real Mommy, Benson and I are not getting back together, it’s real this time, it’s so real,” I said as tears profusely gushed down my puffy face as I was barely able to breathe. “Nkiru (Iriel’s Nigerian name), I told you, I told you Ben is not the man for you, Ben was just put here to help you, like he has done,” Mom said while staring into my bloodshot eyes as I continued to weep. “Don’t say that. Ben and I were supposed to be married. After four years this is what I get” As I got up to take that long dreaded walk to my room, it hit me like , that there will never be another Iriel and Ben, I’ll never feel him caressing my olive brown skin, the random kisses on my forehead, no...   [tags: weep, help, together, romantic] 1854 words
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The Politics of Name Changes in India - The Politics of Name Changes in India Ever since independence in 1947, many locations in India have changed their names. Much of this resulted from the reorganization of the states on linguistic lines (as opposed to British colonial divisions). However, in the last six years, many major towns and cities have been renamed in ways that affect foreigners more. Among this flood of changes, three stand out. These are the former cities of Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta, which, together with Delhi, are considered the "mega cities" of India.1 They are the four most populous cities in India, and all but Madras are among the 15 most populous cities in the world.2 As a result, they are important commerc...   [tags: Town City]
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The Point of Buying Expensive Brand-Name Clothing - Every year, Americans spend a large amount of money on clothing. Thousands of people fret over what they are going to wear, and many ads air on television with models fashioning the latest design. Even though some people believe that wearing brand-name clothing increases self-confidence, expensive clothing is not worth buying because brand-name clothing can be extremely costly and the process of putting together a costly wardrobe is very time-consuming. Purchasing brand-name clothing can be extremely costly....   [tags: self-esteem, better investments] 533 words
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The Difficulties of Mormons and Gentiles Living Together - The Difficulties of Mormons and Gentiles Living Together The Mormons and the gentiles found it difficult to get along it was both the Mormons and gentiles fault. When large amounts of Mormons moved to a new settlement e.g. Illinois, the gentiles felt that they were going to take over and rule their area. The gentiles attacked the Mormons to show them who is boss. The Mormons didn't fight back but made a police unit, the Danites this protected the Mormons and tried to keep peace....   [tags: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints] 446 words
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The Divine Name - The divine name certainly falls within the dictionary, lexical and semantic range of Lord/Kurios, and that is why many other versions/translations have seen fit to also include the name in their New Testaments. In the end, our oldest and most comprehensive lexicon of the New Testament’s use of Kurios is the Septuagint itself. It has been suggested that the majority of NT quotations were taken from the Septuagint. Therefore, if we follow this through to the logical conclusion, based on the following facts, we will see that the NT's use of Kurios means YHWH or Jehovah....   [tags: Holy Scriptures] 1355 words
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No Name Women - Cultures can shape the identities of individuals. Kingston identity was shape by Chinese and Chinese American culture. "No Name Woman," begins with a talk-story, about Kingston’ aunt she never knew. The aunt had brought disgrace upon her family by having an illegitimate child. In paragraph three, “she could not have been pregnant, you see, because her husband had been gone for years” (621). This shows that Kingston’s aunt had an affair with someone and the result was her pregnancy. She ended up killing herself and her baby by jumping into the family well in China....   [tags: Gender Roles, Kingston] 1007 words
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Securing the Future of Energy Together - There is currently seven billion people living on Earth. According to the UN, Earth’s population will reach eleven billion by the end of this century. Undeveloped countries are slowly becoming more modernized due to globalization. The demand for energy is increasingly devouring fossil fuels day by day. What will happen when it is all gone. In order to survive and sustain a reasonable lifestyle with technology in the future, there must be a change to conserve these fossil fuels. Together, we can build a secure energy future....   [tags: fossil fuels, renewable, solar]
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How an Acid (Coke) Can React Together with Potassium to Create a Charger for an iPone - ... The Coke can is used to basically start the chemical reaction by the RCA cables that are put inside it which in return is still connected to the banana. Just like plugging the cables into a television, the red cable is usually used for right analog audio (the red goes in at the top end of the banana which is to the right) and the white cable is usually used for mono analog audio (the white goes in at the end of the fruit which is to the left.) The team used an iPhone because something electronic had to be used in this particular experiment to get the results that we were looking for so an iPhone was the chosen item....   [tags: chemical reactions, chemistry and electricity]
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Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together: A Pioneering Approach to Communicating in Business and in Life - Modern discussion is a group like nuclear physics, argues William Isaacs. Lots of atoms go fast approximately, numerous of which presently rush history each other but others crash, creating resistance. Still if our minute conversations don't turn controversial, they frequently just dish up to institute each participant's position in the outer space. One guy shares a guide he's privy to, an additional shares a different information, and on and on. Each human being fires off a tidbit, pauses to refill while an important person else talks, then fires off an additional....   [tags: listening, flow, chat]
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