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The Cycle Can Stop With You

Have you ever wondered why people tend to single you out; mess with you; torture you; or just make you miserable? Have you ever been in place where someone has poked and poked and poked at your self-esteem, confidence, motivation, integrity, etc; someone who had the ability to ruin your entire day?

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Inspiring

13 THINGS TO NOT DO DURING GRE EXAM

Hey guys having given my gre just a few days back, I felt a need to bust a few myths about the things that people suggest about this ‘highly hyped exam’. 1,182 more words

Gre

Word Power

“You’re not a writer. If you were a writer, you would be writing.” Those words were spoken to me nearly 50 years ago, and they were almost self-fulfilling. 911 more words

Anecdote vs Antidote

ANECDOTE vs ANTIDOTE

A humorist relates “anecdotes.” The doctor prescribes “antidotes” for children who have swallowed poison.

Laughter may be the best medicine, but that’s no reason to confuse these two with each other.

Verbal

Episode 81 – Is bundling better?

In this episode: Linda’s title for today’s podcast is “ Is bundling better?”

Authors: Starmer AJ, Sectish TC, Simon DW, Keohane C, McSweeney ME, Chung EY, Yoon CS, Lipsitz SR, Wassner AJ, Harper MB, Landrigan CP. 29 more words

KeyLIME Podcast

Allusion vs Illusion

ALLUSION vs ILLUSION

An allusion is a reference, something you allude to: “Her allusion to flowers reminded me that
Valentine’s Day was coming.” In that English paper, don’t write “literary… 15 more words

Verbal