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    “Words, Words, Words”, is a play written by David Ives and is considered by many to be an outstanding play. This play was written in the 1990’s and has since then inspired and even educated people. In order to understand the play, one must understand the time period in which the play was written as well as the idea around which the story is focused. Despite its simple and fun look and idea, this play has many allusions to Shakespearian poetry, as well as other works of literature which helps to draw

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    Word Study

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    צְדָקָה in Genesis 15:6? In order to examine this word, careful examination must be done to find the meaning of the word. From Chapters 1-15, the root that relates to צדק appears in 6:9. It says “Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation…” In this context, the root word is used to describe Noah as “righteous or just.” Also in 7:1, it says that “I have seen that you are righteous before me in this generation.” In this context, the word means “just and righteous, in conduct and character

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    The Power of Words

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    picture he had of the city was reduced to what she said of it, and finally it was her speech alone that could call up and protect that picture. 
He 
came 
to 
the conclusion 
that, 
once
 abandoned 
by
 words, 
the 
city
 would 
fall 
into
 ruins.” — Abdekelkebir 
Khatibi, 
Love
 in 
Two
 Languages Words are very powerful things, they are not simply just letters written on a sheet of paper; they can inspire, motivate, and evoke certain emotions. Think of your favorite songs and realize that the lyrics

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    And That's the Word

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    And That’s The Word The meaning of a word can have a major impact on how you use it. Only a simple word people choose to use can have enough power. It can affect people, community, and even culture. These three authors have something in common. Nancy Mairs, Gloria Naylor and Leonard Pitts Jr. show how the meaning of a word can have such a large impact. These essays show how the language can impact accordingly. In Mairs, “On Being a Cripple” she believes the word crippled the more proper definition

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    Word Experiment

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    Word Experiment The experiment started by making up between 1-6 word lists. To make the experiment easy to understand ill use 2 word lists. On one of the word lists I put a list of random words which are in different categories muddled up. For example: Rabbit and horse are both animals and shoes and trousers are both types of clothing. Now then you muddle those words up. You need about 24 words because

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    A Thousand Words

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    A Thousand Words Some time ago our culture realized that our eyes are much quicker at processing images than they do words. This realization has saved many from countless hours of paying attention to words and to then having to interpret such words. After all, “a picture is worth a thousand words” (Arlen, 1067-1). Some time ago the film industries realized that if they could take a thousand words and turn it into a single picture, perhaps even a motion picture, and distribute it on a massive

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    Words and Meaning

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    Words and Meaning How do words bear meaning? The notion that a word means what it stands for – its denotation - will be examined and found wanting because logical analysis is only able to illuminate limited areas of language. It will be then suggested that metaphysical speculations about the sort of entities named by words are at best unhelpful. The idea that words get their meaning from the way they are used in public discourse will then be introduced as potentially more useful, although some

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    4.1.2 Reduplication of Complex Words Indonesian complex words consist of an affix or more than one affix plus base (Sneddon et al, 2010). This particular section concerns entirely with the plurality function of full reduplication of Indonesian complex nouns, the descriptions of the affixes that constitute Indonesian complex nouns and the corresponding elements of English nouns and complex nouns to Indonesian complex nouns. Indonesian complex nouns, in particular the ones indicating plurals, can

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    Sight Words and Highfrequency Words Sight words and high-frequency words are necessary for early readers to learn because these are the words used most often in reading; these words account for 60% of most print. Sight words are a part of vocabulary that are immediately recognized in their entirety rather than requiring word analysis. By teaching children these words by sight saves them the trouble of attempting to sound them out; this is helpful because many of these words do not follow regular

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    IBM model of word alignment The IBM’s word alignment model is used to align the words from the sentences aligned parallel corpus. Given a parallel corpus(E,F) of S sentence pairs, let e(f) be the sth sentence pair in E(F) and ei(fj) denote the ith(jth) word among a total of I(J)words in e(f). Let there be a “NULL” word e0 to account for any unaligned words in f. let VE and VF denote the size of the respective vocabularies.With each fj we associate a hidden alignment variable aj whose value ranges

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