They are exceedingly nice, pleasant, trustworthy, mostly honest, well-intentioned, and utterly decent.
How did you hit on that? How do you do? How does it strike you? How is the peseta today? How sad a fate!
However you do it. I am fond of reading. I beg to differ. I beg your pardon? I call it a day. I called at your house.
I can ill afford it. I can make nothing of it. I can't afford a car. I can't bear him. I can't bear this heat. I can't make head or tail of it.
I can't perform miracles! I can't possibly do this. I can't refuse her anything.
I chanced to meet her. I count on you. I dare say you're right.
|Towards a better model for the future||March 12, at He brings up, as a possible solution, that this is about the number of times a beam of light could cross an atom since the begining of the universe, so maybe the ratio increased over time.|
I didn't quite catch what you said.Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Lately, Coding Photo Imran Khaliq, 12, helped his brother Farhan, 7, left, and Aidan Brown, 6, at a school computer coding event in Mill Valley, Calif.
Credit Jason Henry. Here is the first half of the English to Simple English dictionary: lisp=mit der Zunge anstoßen A-bomb=atomic bomb, U → E; ASCII = A=41, J=4A, K=4B.
Thanks for the comment, though I think this works for adults too:). I’ve seen far too many people approach math from the plug-and-chug angle, I want to encourage a more intuitive approach, especially when teaching kids.
There are more than , insurance agents in this country, and almost all of them would love to sell you a whole life insurance policy.
If you buy a policy with premiums of $40, per year, the commission would typically be somewhere between $20, and $44, for that agent. Anecdote: There’s this really neat bit in the Feynman lectures where he notices that the ratio between the gravitational and electric forces in an atom is on the order of 10^37, and wonders how a number so large could happen in nature.
The hazards of gas service were already well known in the 19th century, when many cities built their first gas distribution systems. Gas in those days was not “natural” gas; it was a product manufactured by roasting coal, or sometimes the tarry residue of petroleum refining, in an atmosphere depleted of oxygen.