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Funny Just for fun Police are agents or agencies empowered to effect public and social order through various means of coercion including the legitimate use of force. The term is most commonly associated with police departments of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. The word comes via French from the Latin , which itself derives from the Ancient Greek for polis ("city")
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Television (often abbreviated to TV, T.V.; sometimes called , telly or the tube in British English) is a widely used telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving pictures and sound over a distance. The term may also be used to refer specifically to a television set, programming or television transmission. The word is derived from mixed Latin and Greek roots, meaning "far sight": Greek τῆλε "tele", far, and Latin vision, sigh Since it first became commercially available from the late 1930s, the television set has become a common household communications device in homes and institutions, particularly in the first world, as a source of entertainment and news. Since the 1970s, video recordings on VCR tapes and later, digital playback systems such as DVDs, have enabled the television to be used to view recorded movies and other programs.A television system may be made up of multiple components, so a screen which lacks an internal tuner to receive the broadcast signals is called a monitor rather than a television. A television may be built to receive different broadcast or video formats, such as high-definition television (HDTV).
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Animals are a major group of organisms, classified as the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa. In general they are multi­cellular, responsive to their environment, and feed by consuming other organisms or parts of them. Their body plan becomes fixed as they develop, usually early on in their development as embryos, although some undergo a process of metamorphosis later on.The word "animal" comes from the Latin word animal, of which animalia is the plural, and is derived from anima, meaning vital breath or soul. In everyday colloquial usage, the word usually refers to non-human animals. The biological definition of the word refers to all members of the Kingdom Animalia. Therefore, when the word "animal" is used in a biological context, humans are included.
9 Aug 2007
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Beer is the world's oldest and most popular alcoholic beverage. It is produced by the fermentation of sugars derived from starch-based material — the most common being malted barley; however, wheat, corn, and rice are also widely used, usually in conjunction with the barley. Less widely used starch sources include millet, sorghum and cassava root in Africa, potato in Brazil, and agave in Mexico, among others.The starch source is steeped in water, along with certain enzymes, to produce a sugary wort which is then flavoured with herbs, fruit or most commonly hops. Yeast is then used to cause fermentation, which produces alcohol and other waste products from anaerobic respiration of the sugars.Beer uses many varying ingredients, production methods and traditions. The type of yeast and production method may be used to classify beer into ale, lager and spontaneously fermented beers. Some beer writers and organizations differentiate and categorize beers by various factors into beer styles. Alcoholic beverages fermented from non starch sources such as grape juice (wine) or honey (mead), and distilled beverages are not classified as beer.
9 Aug 2007
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No wonder They Wasted Thousand Dolar For New year Night.... The New Year is an event that happens when a culture celebrates the end of one year and the beginning of the next year. Cultures that measure yearly calendars all have New Year celebrations.The ancient Roman calendar had only ten months and started the year on 1 March, which is still reflected in the names of some months which derive from Latin: September (seventh), October (eighth), November (ninth), December (tenth). Around 713 BC the months of January and February were added to the year, traditionally by the second king, Numa Pompilius, along with the leap month Intercalaris. The year used in dates was the consular year, which began on the day when consuls first entered office — fixed by law at 15 March in 222 BC[1], but this event was moved to 1 January in 153 BC. In 45 BC, Julius Caesar introduced the Julian calendar, dropping Intercalaris; however, 1 January continued to be the first day of the new year.
11 Aug 2007
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Even Pope need the breakdance..... Over the centuries, the pope's claims of spiritual authority have been ever more clearly expressed since the first centuries, culminating in the proclamation of the dogma of papal infallibility for those rare occasions the pope speaks ex cathedra (literally "from the chair (of Peter)") when issuing a solemn definition of faith or morals. The last such occasion was in the year 1950 with the definition of the dogma of the Assumption of Mary.The office of pope has often been controversial among the Eastern Orthodox, Protestants, secular rulers, and sometimes within the Catholic Church itself.Roman Catholics say that the primacy of the papacy derives from Jesus Christ himself, while non-Catholic historians see the primacy of the pope as arising out of hundreds of years of church tradition. All agree that the Pope's role developed through history.
15 Aug 2007
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if ok if you slip once but twice, fire her!! Catwalk, a term probably derived from catwalks that connect adjacent buildings describes a narrow, usually elevated platform used by models to demonstrate clothing and accessories during a fashion show. The term may also be derived from a more literal meaning, as models on the catwalk often use a walk which is exactly like that of a cat, placing one foot directly in front of the other to produce an alluring swagger in which the hips take on a more exaggerated movement. In fashion jargon, "what's on the catwalk" or similar phrasing can refer to whatever is new and popular in fashion. A catwalk is also known as a runway, especially when it is not elevated, and as such has been used in such instances as the title of the television series Project Runway.
17 Aug 2007
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he got caught.... A cop is a word used to describe Constables, Sheriffs, Police, Prison Guards and other Law Enforcement Officers. The usage of the word cop to refer to law enforcement is derived from the verb cop, which means to take or seize The term is derived from the similar and linked word coppice. Most woodlands which have copse as a part of their name were probably coppiced once, but this does not mean that the practice continues today, as it was once a lot more popular than it is now. As coppicing was mostly practiced in lowland England, this is the area where use of the word is most common.However, the word has entered the language as a term simply meaning a small woodland, and perhaps implying some rustic overtones, and so it is occasionally given to new woodlands or applied to areas which have no connection with coppicing.
18 Aug 2007
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hahahahaha...... that funny.... Beatboxing is the art of vocal percussion. Although the term "beatboxing" derived from hip hop culture, it is not limited to hip hop music. It is primarily concerned with the art of producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using one's mouth, lips, tongue, voice, and more. It may also involve singing, vocal imitation of turntablism, the simulation of horns, strings, and other musical instruments. It is a form of Vocal music, etymologically related to Scat singing and Puirt a beul.Beatboxing's early pioneers include Doug E. Fresh, Biz Markie, and Buffy from the Fat Boys. Doug E. Fresh is credited for being the first "human beatbox," and Barry B for coining the term along with Buffy perfecting the art. The term "beatboxing" is derived from the mimicry of the first generation of drum machines, then known as beatboxes.
18 Aug 2007
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Here a clear example why Americans have a dilemma in a contradiction while digressing "9-11 conspiracies." Not only should it come as a shock, but unprovolked attempts violating your fundamental structured beliefs. Now to console you support comes from familiar faces and voices you've grown to trust. Those anchors or correspondants having been instructed by corporate media heretics that are wielding spells of mass deception behind the scenes. Still, they are familiar enough it helps to defend that fragile vulnerable mental framework we have so become to it conditioned. What's not to understand? What may be not so apparent are these efforts are better defined as coercments, made on behalf of corporate/ government/ media and now global market interests and they are all now becoming one in the same? So is it no surprize that together "yours and their" posture would be the one presumed correct and the other as being nonesense? Even though the other side presents an arguement in violent opposition and has hands down more actual facts, stronger proof that should equate, to an un-biased group; as undeniably "more compelling evidence submitted to the contrary." Logic aside, understand first that persoanal perceptions are derived more noteably, 'not' from the words; but within the inflections of ones tone. Thus posturing of a view point is a craft in itself. An articulation that manifests in the manorisms presented which are conveyed visually and unwittingly hard wired to the brain and on tap after having triggered this mechanism. "A priority message" over riding any logical supposition that is what will be in the moments to follow that which becomes "a confirmation," and disparingly so it is ingested as a true or universally accepted belief. . 8-21-07
21 Aug 2007
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Novartis has broken ground on construction of the first cell culture-derived influenza vaccines manufacturing plant in the United States. Once completed, the Holly Springs, North Carolina facility is expected to annually produce up to 50 million doses of seasonal trivalent flu vaccines or up to 150 million monovalent doses within six months of a pandemic declaration. Completion of the facility is expected in late 2009, and following validation and FDA approval, initial vaccine production at the site is anticipated for 2011. An investment of approximately $600 million, which includes a $220 million grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services is planned to complete the Holly Springs facility. In addition to the significant investment in plant construction and equipment, the site will bring more than 350 new job opportunities to the area, including entry level, technicians, supervisors and management.
24 Aug 2007
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Hang On by Audioscape is an exhilarating song that makes you think of a person endearing to try to survive. I made my own video for it and using Beware Background Videos. (Which derive the videos from DDR MAX and its sequel.
18 Sep 2007
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Wudang Mountain is the cradle of Wudang internal exercise. Over hundreds of years Anceient Wudang Monks have developed this group of internal practices which combine physical fitness, internal work, attack & defense into one. Wudang Five Animal Qigong is one of the most important exercises practiced by Wudang Taoists. Historically Wudang Taoists were required to practice these five forms daily. This practice is comprised of five major forms including Tortoise, Snake, Dragon, Tiger & Crane. This grouping of forms is derived from some of the most powerful & treasured creatures in traditional Chinese culture.--------------www.wudangdao.com
20 Sep 2007
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3 Oct 2007
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John DeFino and Beth Grimm perform the Rumba at Rivertowne Ballroom in New Bern NC. They are beginner students with a few months of lessons. The Rumba figures and music (Time after Time) were derived from the Movie "Strictly Ballroom".
7 Oct 2007
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Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican dish consisting of fried or dried tortilla chips, bathed in green or red salsa or mole, and broiled or grilled with a cheese topping. Sometimes chicken strips are mixed into the sauce, or the dish can be served with a fried egg on top or a strip of meat alongside. They are most commonly eaten at breakfast time, served alongside fried or scrambled eggs or a Mexican style grilled beef. Moreover, chilaquiles are often lauded as a cure for la cruda--the common hangover; this is because in Mexico it is believed that spicy foods help in the recovery process from a hangover, but since a stomach after a night of drinking usually gets very irritated, adding spicy chilaquiles would only worsen the stomach irritation. Even so, tradition leads an abundance of drinking persons with hangovers to look for this dish or prepare it themselves in Mexico. Unlike nachos, which are served as a crispy snack, chilaquiles are a main dish and are not served until the tortilla chips are thoroughly soaked and softened by the salsa. This makes them a popular recipe for stale chips, or those with a bad taste, as the other flavors mask that of the chips. Chilaquiles History The name chilaquiles is derived from the Nahuatl word chil-a-quilitl which means "herbs or greens in chile broth". As with most dishes, there are regional versions. In Sinaloa, Mexico the chilaquiles are prepared with a white sauce. Chilaquiles are commonly mistaken for Migas, as each is a dish that uses tortilla chips/strips served primarily in the morning. Despite these similarities, most agree that Chilaquiles take much more time and skill to prepare and are generally thought of in higher respects.
14 Oct 2007
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