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Interpretation of Tongues

Have you ever been in a church setting and heard people speak or sing out in a language you have never heard before?

They are simply speaking or singing out in ‘tongues’. 755 more words


1. Celebratory affectation

Came up with a term, celebratory affectation, sure it could take some work, but that neither here nor there (nothing like starting off a blog with a cliche). 370 more words


"I'll just pray you won't tread onto the wrong path"

(UN)GRACEFUL CAT – B. A. Gabrielle

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Elegant but clumsy and shy “princess” Amelia, finds herself amidst a forever-long battle between Spirits and Dark Fairies. 117 more words


Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1138

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

yuiyeska (yue-ee-yea-shkah) = interpret



Blink and it is gone. The fleeting moment of 7 seconds ago is chased by the hurtling moment 7 seconds ahead. We hold ABCDEFG at once and then A is gone to the past and H is rolling forward. 877 more words

Express Terms v Implied Terms

In the case of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Ltd v Camden Market Holdings Corp & Ors EWCA Civ 7 the Court of Appeal reiterated that when determining disputes about an implied term, it is necessary to first interpret the express terms. 331 more words



UPDATE 2/4/17:

We received an outpouring of support from both Arabic and Farsi speaking individuals and communities and are no longer in need of volunteers…

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