Impressive phrases

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  • The most powerful and the most perfect expression of thought and feeling through the medium of oral language must be traced to the mastery of words. Nothing is better suited to lead speakers and readers of English into an easy control of this language than the command of the phrase that perfectly expresses the thought. Every speaker‟s aim is to be heard and understood. A clear, crisp articulation holds an audience as by the spell of some irresistible power.

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  • We mentioned compounds of calcium, lithium, and strontium without specifying which compounds we were talking about. This may have given you the impression that only the spectrum of one of the elements in a compound can be observed. It is true that the flame of your alcohol burner is hot enough to produce the spectra of sodium, lithium, calcium, copper, and a few other elements, but that is not hot enough to produce the other spectra of elements, such as oxygen and chlorine. However, if we heat a sample of a compound to a sufficiently high temperature (for example,...

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  • when you're trying to impress someone at a cocktail party, you'll probably try to speak in complete, grammatical sentences. if you lose your train of thought in the middle of a phrase, your new acquaintance might look at you strangely.

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  • Make Your Advertising Banners Attractive After all, they carry the message that will get people in. Be concise in your message (you have limited space, anyway). Use animation (two to three frames) to make the ad stand out. Use words that initiate action from the surfer (a phrase like "Click Here" can be very effective). Keep Your Advertisement Sizes Small The smaller the file size, the faster it loads. Not everyone has high-speed lines. Try and keep advertisement banner sizes to less than 10 KB in size. Impressions v/s Clicks The number of impressions (people who see your ad) does...

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  • Resolving coordination ambiguity is a classic hard problem. This paper looks at coordination disambiguation in complex noun phrases (NPs). Parsers trained on the Penn Treebank are reporting impressive numbers these days, but they don’t do very well on this problem (79%). We explore systems trained using three types of corpora: (1) annotated (e.g. the Penn Treebank), (2) bitexts (e.g. Europarl), and (3) unannotated monolingual (e.g. Google N-grams). Size matters: (1) is a million words, (2) is potentially billions of words and (3) is potentially trillions of words. ...

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