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"For God so loveth the world, that he hath given his only son, that none that believe in him, should perish: but should have everlasting life." (John 3:16)
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Why do snakes sometimes swallow their own tails? D:
"When the first baby laughed for the first time, the laugh broke into a thousand pieces and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies."
- James Matthew Barrie (Peter Pan)
Exactly right, it's called an Ouroborosthe symbol of a snake swallowing its own tail is an ancient symbol of fertility and infinity.
An Ancient Treasure, a Terrible Price. Take the Risk, Eat the World
(Chapter 27 added 10-30-2013)
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I forgot to mention, I don't mean girls from my school that I know, I mean girls that see me walking around a store randomly
On the topic of snakes swallowing their own tails...what would happen to the all anyway? After a certain point wouldn't the tail of the snake be circled around inside of itself?
Take a moment to consider just how nothing nothing really is....If you understand this, then you just solved the universe.
The truth that each person...each soul...is a book. And when we lay our feelings out in the open...and we give them no name...and we give them no author....and we give them no description.....who will actually read them..........?"
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What should 7th graders know in math at the end of the school yeat if they took an Algebra 1 class?
Don't click, unless you want to laugh at horrendously bad videos.Originally Posted by Profesco
Solve radical equations: sqrt(7a − 54) − a = −6
Solve rational equations: (x + 2)/x = ((x − 1)/x) − (4x + 2)/ ((x^2) − 3x)
Divide polynomials: (x^3 − 13x^2 + 40x + 18) ÷ (x − 7)
Use the quadratic formula: 5x^2 + 9x = −4
Those are just a few of the things you should have learned. I chose more difficult problems. If you can solve those, you're doing pretty well.
I was watching How I Met Your Mother and this line came up:
"You're right, woman who my wife tell me why she's famous but I keep forgetting."
And I'm curious, because I've heard sentences structured this way, with the "who" and "why" placed where they are. I've always found the sentence awkward to say, so I have to ask, is it structurally and grammatically correct?
"The woman, who is my wife, tells me why she's famous, but I keep forgetting"
-You need the [s] in [tells] because it isn't in 1st person.
- The [is] is necessary because [who is my wife] is a clause with an interrogative word, therefore it requires a verb.
I learned English grammar by trial and error, but that sentence just feels wrong in original form.