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Antanagoge (an’-ta-na’-go-gee): Putting a positive spin on something that is nevertheless acknowledged to be negative or difficult.

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Short Definitions of Ethical Principles and Theories. Familiar words, what do they mean? Ethics Advisory Board 2011. Ethical Principles. Autonomy—agreement to Iii Contents Acknowledgments v 1 Executive summary 1 The Values Education Study 1 Broad definitions 2 The experience of the schools – Introduction 3 2006 Jeffrey W. 421 more words

Word of the Day: Piranha

A piranha or piraña (/pɪˈrɑːnjə/, /pɪˈrænjə/, or /pɪˈrɑːnə/; Portuguese: , Spanish: ) is a member of family Characidae[1] in order Characiformes, freshwater fish that inhabits South American rivers, floodplains, lakes and reservoirs.

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If/Else Statements

If/Else statements are used when we want our program we are coding to decide what should happen next. You would use an If/Else when you want some of your code to run certain blocks – one if the condition is true, and one if the condition is false. 202 more words


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If you have been with me here for a while, you know that grammar and punctuation often are topics for posts. Many moons ago, I wrote a few posts about… 826 more words

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How are Bitcoin profits taxed?

India now accounts for about 10% of the global trade in Bitcoin. It is quite interesting to note that even though the Indian government has not granted recognition to the cryptocurrency, it has also not declared it to be illegal. 814 more words


Word: Perceive

Perceive is a funny word. I feel like it’s two primary definitions are at odds with each other. Or maybe my understanding of language is just fucked up. 404 more words