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I.e. vs. e.g.

 

Latin roots
The abbreviation i.e. comes from the Latin words id est, which mean that is.

The abbreviation e.g. comes from the Latin phrase… 498 more words

Warrior Wednesdays: i.e. versus e.g.

Ah, we’ve all seen something like the following sentences:

  • My favorite sports team (i.e., the Philadelphia Eagles) plays football well.
  • Citrus fruits (e.g., grapefruits, oranges, clementines) can be tart.
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Warrior Wednesdays: Grammar Tips And Tricks

These mf's are curing cancer with baking soda fam??? 😐😐😐 I don't know how completely true this is but it's a interesting read nonetheless. Here's a excerpt from the article that this came from. Niggas curing cancer with arm and hammer bruh?? Has anyone else heard of this? ****************************>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Simoncini is a medical doctor in Italy who has done more than anyone to explore the uses of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) as an alkaline therapy against cancer. It is known that cancer creates and favors an acid environment and because of this, Dr. Simoncini and others have used baking sodaas an alkaline therapeutic agent. The way that acidity seems to protect cancer is not fully understood.  It seems that cytotoxic T-cells, which may attack cancer cells under normal conditions, are inactivated in an acid extracellular fluid.[1]  Also, the type of acidity that cancer produces, i.e., lactic acid, stimulates vascular endothelial growth factor and angiogenesis.[2]  This is like a highway project, which enables a tumor to build the blood vessels that it needs to bring the nutrients for it to survive.  So the tumor creates an environment in which it can then exist comfortably. #tagsomeone #tagafriend #revolution #nochill #racism #thirdeye #melanin #knowledgeofself #blackmen #blackwomen #picoftheday #photooftheday #conscious #icantbreathe #niggasbelike #HendrixBrown #blackpeople #blacklivesmatter #hiddencolors #cancer #bakingsoda #cure #transformationtuesday #Tuesday

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