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  1. Feb 2021
    1. Vats

      A vat is a large barrel or tank in which liquids can be stored. 大桶; 缸

    2. misapprehension

      N-VAR A misapprehension is a wrong idea or impression that you have about something. 误解; 误会

    3. donor

      捐赠者;供者;赠送人

    4. biopsy

      活组织检查;活组织切片检查;切片检查法

    5. visionaries

      空想主义者;愿景者;远见者(visionary的复数)

    6. rodent

      N-COUNT Rodents are small mammals which have sharp front teeth. Rats, mice, and squirrels are rodents. 啮齿动物

  2. Jan 2021
    1. quandary

      N-COUNT If you are in a quandary, you have to make a decision but cannot decide what to do. 不知所措

    2. vegans

      n. a strict vegetarian; someone who eats no animal or dairy products at all

    3. vegetarians

      N-COUNT A vegetarian is someone who is vegetarian. 素食者

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  10. Feb 2019
    1. the melancholy mournings of the turtle,

      gilmanhernandez already linked to the video I was considering, but (according to a cursory search of YouTube at least) videos of turtle sounds are also likely to be videos of turtles mating or attempting to mate, so how 'mournful' they are is perhaps up to interpretation... 😂

  11. Jan 2019
    1. nature—as opposed to cul-ture—is ahistorical and timeless?

      Doreen Massey has an interesting book that touches on this (Space, Place, and Gender), where she points out that time and space are treated as binaries, where time is typically masculine and dynamic and space is feminine and static. Nature (gendered feminine) is spatial, a place, and therefore not a time ("ahistorical and timeless"). Culture, on the other hand, is temporal, dynamic, masculine. It's a very particular rhetoric which begs the "which one?" question.

      (While Massey points out this common way of conceiving of time/space and binaries in general [A vs. Not A], she argues that the concept of space needs to be defined on its own merit, distinct from its binary opposite.)

  12. Jul 2018
    1. Even Charlotte and the girls were too much for him to-night. They were too... too... But all his drowsing brain could think of was—too rich for him.

      I'm curious about what we would find by tracking the word "too" across the entire Mansfield short story corpus, mainly with word counts, word collocations, and n-grams. My hypothesis would be that the word "too" appears most frequently (perhaps exclusively) in stories with thematics of excess, both material and immaterial.

    2. And after all the weather was ideal.

      The story begins with the additive conjunction "and," which already suggests accumulation (and perhaps even festive excess) on a syntactical level. Some part-of-speech tagging and n-grams would allow us to see how often the speaker uses additive conjunctions, and to what effects.

  13. May 2018
    1. Some cheered him home, but not as crowds cheer Goal. Only a solemn man who brought him fruits Thanked him; and then enquired about his soul.

      not many care for his return from war but for those who celebrated his return were not that excited to see him only one man showed his appreciation toward the guy with no legs. he thanks the man in the wheel chair for sacrificing his life for the people. he also gave out fruits to him showing his appreciation.

  14. Feb 2018
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    1. Mop 'N Glo 2.0
      1. Dai-Riki 135 size 14
      2. 140 denier yellow thread
      3. Mop tenticles
      4. Clown egg material
  16. Dec 2017
    1. Check each input form field for an ID and a corresponding LABEL or a descriptive TITLE. Fieldset and Legend may be used for grouping and associating two instructions to one input field.

      Does this mean wrapping an edit field with a label is not sufficient? Do such labels need a for attribute pointing to the id of the field?

  17. Oct 2017
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  20. Apr 2017
    1. Oh, and that Dycpgc-Egpj-uyllyzc was going on about some other such nonsense here. Methinks she believes she’s clever. Ha. Perhaps, insightful, even . Haha. Again, you be the judge ^.^ 

      Nmr, wms pcyjjw lccb rm kccr rfyr icrrjc~

    1. eye

      Qm ufw lmr pcnspnmqc rfc "yaacqqmpgcq" glrm yarsyj mlcq jgic zmuq? Kcrfgliq rfcw'b yr jcyqr zc md sqc rfcl... Qglac wms'pc yjj ynnypclrjw kmpc zjglb rfyl kwqcjd ^.^

  21. Feb 2017
    1. Rumors are undeniably resilient, but they are far easier to trace, track, and debunk now than they were when Franklin Roosevelt or Al Smith was running for president.

      Very true. If people note that they were debunked.

  22. Jan 2017
    1. The second, you have to live with for a while, before you can hear where it wants you to go. But for that, you need time and attention and effort, resources that are deeply endangered, in the era when all music is available to anyone from anywhere all the time.

      Attention / Rock n roll

    2. Even the most interesting of them rarely survived repeated listening. I wanted a kind of music that could concentrate me, that could teach me how to concentrate. Music that would keep getting richer and deeper, the more I listened.

      rock and roll / attention

  23. Oct 2016
  24. Sep 2016
    1. It's like getting really drunk at a party and spilling your guts in front of everyone and feeling incredibly great and cathartic about it, and then waking up the next morning and realizing what a complete fool you made of yourself."