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  • A singular noun is a word that names one person, place, thing, or idea: brother, classroom, piglet, and joy. A plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, or idea: brothers, classrooms, piglets, and joys. A collective noun names a group. When the collective noun refers to the group as a whole, it is singular. When it refers to the individual group members, the collective noun is plural. The class meets two days a week. (singular).

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  • Thi s int roduc tion to Gro up The ory, wit h its emp hasis on Lie Gro ups and the ir app licat ion to the stu dy of sym metri es of the fun damen tal con stitu ents of mat ter, has its ori gin in a one -seme ster cou rse tha t I tau ght at Yal e Uni versi ty for mor e tha n ten yea rs. The cou rse was dev elope d for Sen iors, and adv anced Jun iors, maj oring in the Phy sical Sci ences .

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  • To fully capture the salient qualities of deeply engaging experiences, a broader palette of emotions is necessary. One kind of emotion is the feel- ing of understanding in an experience of learning. The term “feeling of understanding” highlights the vital quality of learning that is implicit, non-logical, and non-verbal. Examples include the feeling that an indi- vidual may have for the meaning of a difficult text passage, the symbolic significance of something in a work of art, the connection between an abstract idea and a concrete part of one’s world,...

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  • venture to call this Essay 'Lombard Street,' and not the 'Money Market,' or any such phrase, because I wish to deal, and to show that I mean to deal, with concrete realities. A notion prevails that the Money Market is something so impalpable that it can only be spoken of in very abstract words, and that therefore books on it must always be exceedingly difficult. But I maintain that the Money Market is as concrete and real as anything else; that it can be described in as plain words; that it is the writer's fault if what he says is not clear. In one respect,...

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  • I venture to call this Essay 'Lombard Street,' and not the 'Money Market,' or any such phrase, because I wish to deal, and to show that I mean to deal, with concrete realities. A notion prevails that the Money Market is something so impalpable that it can only be spoken of in very abstract words, and that therefore books on it must always be exceedingly difficult. But I maintain that the Money Market is as concrete and real as anything else; that it can be described in as plain words; that it is the writer's fault if what he...

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  • This volume details some of the latest advances in spectral theory and nonlinear analysis through various cutting-edge theories on algebraic multiplicities, global bifurcation theory, non-linear Schrodinger equations, non-linear boundary value problems, large solutions, metasolutions, dynamical systems, and applications to spatial ecology.

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  • Herder finds this definition rather abstract, however, insufficiently descriptive of actual aesthetic experience of beautiful objects, insufficiently articulated to describe concretely which objects of which kinds are connected to which feelings (of which kinds). To understand the meaning of “beauty” so defined, Herder claims, we must trace this definition back to the sense experience upon which it is grounded, and which it purports to describe.

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  • In this chapter you will learn: The concept of polymorphism, to use overridden methods to effect polymorphism, to distinguish between abstract and concrete classes, to declare abstract methods to create abstract classes, how polymorphism makes systems extensible and maintainable, to determine an object's type at execution time. to declare and implement interfaces.

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  • In this chapter, you will learn: The concept of polymorphism, to use overridden methods to effect polymorphism, to distinguish between abstract and concrete classes, to declare abstract methods to create abstract classes, how polymorphism makes systems extensible and maintainable, to determine an object's type at execution time, to declare and implement interfaces.

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  • Định nghĩa và phân loại Danh từ là từ để gọi tên một người, một vật, một sự việc, một tình trạng hay một cảm xúc. Danh từ có thể được chia thành hai loại chính: Danh từ cụ thể (concrete nouns): man, river, Peter, Daisy… Danh từ trừu tượng (abstract nouns): happiness, beauty, health… Danh từ cụ thể còn có thể được chia thành: Danh từ chung (common nouns): table, man, wall… Danh từ riêng (proper nouns): Peter, Jack, England… II.

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  • Thus, rather than merely being an exercise of redactive skills, writing enhances one’s ability to ‘see’ by enabling the writer to abstract and objectify his/her understandings from his/her concrete involvements (Ong, 1982). For the pre-service teachers of this study, tutoring an ESL student in writing and reflecting on that experience through the maintenance of journals were designed as experiences that would provide them with opportunities to critically examine ways in which ESL learners develop writing skills in English.

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  • I. Định nghĩa và phân loại Danh từ là từ để gọi tên một người, một vật, một sự việc, một tình trạng hay một cảm xúc. Danh từ có thể được chia thành hai loại chính: Danh từ cụ thể (concrete nouns): man, river, Peter, Daisy… Danh từ trừu tượng (abstract nouns): happiness, beauty, health… Danh từ cụ thể còn có thể được chia thành: Danh từ chung (common nouns): table, man, wall… Danh từ riêng (proper nouns): Peter, Jack, England… II.

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  • We can also use number words with dogs: one dog, two dogs, three dogsy and so on. Most nouns that refer to concrete objects are count nouns.However, nouns that refer to abstractions and nouns that are used to label things that occur in undifferentiated masses (as opposed to individual persons, places, or things) are often non-count nouns.

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  • We present a generative model of template-filling in which coreference resolution and role assignment are jointly determined. Underlying template roles first generate abstract entities, which in turn generate concrete textual mentions. On the standard corporate acquisitions dataset, joint resolution in our entity-level model reduces error over a mention-level discriminative approach by up to 20%.

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  • In this chapter you will learn: The concept of polymorphism and how it enables you to "program in the general", to use overridden methods to effect polymorphism, to distinguish between abstract and concrete classes,...

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