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Dialectable
DIALECTABLE Just for fun, here's a British English accent/dialect gradient I noticed, by watching British crime dramas …. Shetland - Shetland Islands George Gently - Northumberland Happy Valley - Yorkshire Life on Mars - Manchester Hinterland - Wales Inspector Morse ...
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INTJ-A
The Architect INTJ-A is the Myers-Briggs (MBTI™) personality classification that comes up consistently for me, as a result of online questionnaires. The Introvert/INtuitive/Thinking/Judgement - Assertive classification resonates the most with my self understanding and identification, but I find myself in ...
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Portraits
To The Strangers I Have Drawn On A Train Perhaps you will find my portraiture an encroachment, a violation of privacy, and perhaps you even think it unflattering in its realism. To the first I say yes, because portrayal of ...
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Learning Styles
I was never comfortable in school, though I was a good student and loved learning. Here are the characteristics of four primary thinking styles, charted by Kathleen A. Butler, Ph.D.Butler, Kathleen A., LEARNING AND TEACHING STYLE: IN THEORY AND PRACTICE ...
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To Tell a Story
Most undergraduate science coursework focuses on the nuts and bolts, the facts already known, the frameworks already accepted. Really you are simply learning the litany, the catechism, and the methods. Which, for a synthetic thinker, can be rather boring. Geology ...
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Because
I was rigorously trained as a scientist years ago, and I am a divergent thinker. So I like to ponder, wonder, and hypothesize about all nature of things, but I am exacting in my process. People - including reporters, writers, ...
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The Genius of a Place
Bruce has been lamenting something for quite a long while - the loss of the local. He remembers vividly the differences encountered town to town, as a boy in Denora, Pennsylvania; Holden, West Virginia; and Mayfield, Ohio. The stories of ...
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Aviary
Visitors to my back yard ...
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Stanley's Yard
The design of our back yard is never done. There is always a new idea or an improvement to make, but still, many features are old. The Norway maples at the edges have likely been there sixty years or more, ...
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Kin
When I was in Iceland with my husband we stayed mostly in the west and north. Bruce and I met few others as we traveled the island, taking in the small and the grand, the elegant and the banal, the ...
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