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  • Someone said that work would be great, if it weren’t for the people. Who hasn’t felt that way at one time or another? Yet, workplace success is based on more than how much you know. It is equally about relationships with people. If you are an extrovert you are probably stimulated by the interpersonal interactions that build these relationships. However, in our outgoing, Type-A business culture, if you are an introvert who is more quiet in temperament, you may feel excluded, overlooked, or misunderstood. Your reticence might be mistaken for reluctance, arrogance, or even lack...

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  • 1. Một số định nghĩa vui về thuật ngữ tin học: www: World Wide Wait (Cả thế giới phải chờ) MICROSOFT: Most Intelligent Customers Realize Our Software Only Fools Teenagers (Khách hàng thông minh nhất nhận ra phần mềm của chúng tôi chỉ lừa phỉnh được đám choai choai). IBM: I Blame Microsoft (Tôi chê Microsoft). MACINTOSH: Most Applications Crash; If Not, The Operating System Hangs (Hầu hết các ứng dụng đều trục trặc; nếu không thì hệ điều hành bị treo).

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  • Introduction It is Imperative We Master Our Minds so We Can Design Our Destiny in these Turbulent and Evolutionary Times There was once a professor who wanted to go down a river, so he approached a local boatman who agreed to row him downstream for a small sum of money. As they wound their way down the river, the professor decides to show off his intelligence and high education so he started to test the simple boatman.

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  • The gesture has two versions; the raised steeple (Figure 42), the position normally taken when the steepler is giving his opinions or ideas and is doing the talking. The lowered steeple gesture (Figure 43) is normally used when the steepler is listening rather than speaking. Nierenberg and Calero noted that women tend to use the lowered steeple position more often than the raised steeple position. When the raised steeple position is taken with the head tilted back, the person assumes an air of smugness or arrogance. Although the steeple gesture is a positive signal, it can be used in...

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  • The interviewer should listen for times when the candidate willingly offered ideas or solved problems without being asked. Also, the tone in which the candidate offers her ideas is very important. Is the candidate’s tone helpful? Or is the candidate describing a time when she offered advice or input to someone in a way that might sound demeaning or arrogant? Here’s an example: “I told Joe that the best way to do the job was to open the port before he started the process. I told him, but he didn’t listen to me. It could have saved him...

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  • YOUR WOW FACTOR IS THAT THING which everyone has, although many people keep it very well hidden, and which if nourished or encouraged would make them stand out from the crowd. Winston Churchill was hopeless academically, the incredibly rich Felix Dennis—entrepreneur and author—was allegedly worse, J.K. Rowling was unpublished until she thought of Harry Potter and the rest is, well, the rest is magic.

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  • There was once a professor who wanted to go down a river, so he approached a local boatman who agreed to row him downstream for a small sum of money. As they wound their way down the river, the professor decides to show off his intelligence and high education so he started to test the simple boatman. Taking up a stone he had picked up from the riverbank, the professor arrogantly asks the boatman, ‘Have you ever studied Geology?’ The boatman looks at him blankly and replies, ‘Eh..., no.’, hardly even understanding what the word meant.

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  • When a person in any culture has contempt, the opposites of difference and sameness are seen in a terrible, false way: one looks down on others and does not see how they are LIKE oneself. And this makes oneself feel bad. Native Americans of the Northwest Coast are described as swinging from arrogance to self-abasement: "from triumph to shame" (Ruth Benedict, Patterns of Culture, p. 220). This is how I felt. It is a notable fact that people of the Northwest coast came to an art form that criticizes what they were doing as a society, and as people. They created a design which, Franz Boas...

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  • If this book ever sees the light of other eyes than mine, I can guarantee that someone will ask, “What made you write it?” As the nightmarish beast-villain in No Country for Old Men verbally smirked, “They all say that....” I wrote it not only to satisfy a not-totally-justified, and never satisfied, ego, but to see if I could help people with observations gleaned from more than 30 years in government and industry on what accelerates personal success and what kills it.

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  • A slim figure clad completely in black eyed them all with the arrogance reserved for those who did not just believe themselves superior in all ways butknewit to be truth. Plain of face and younger than the captain by more than a few years, the intruder would not have disturbed Kentril if not for two things. One had to do with the slanted eyes, so unearthly a gray color that they seized the attention of all who looked into them. Yet almost immediately those same eyes repelled, for in them Kentril sensed his own mortality, something no mercenary desired to come to know....

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  • nvironment is not my creation; it is the creation. I do not constitute it; it has constituted me; and now it seems arrogant and myopic to speak of foreground and background, of what I frame on my horizons. Environment is the ground of my being, and we can remove the 'my' because environment is the common ground of all being. Landscape appreciation requires stretching environment into Environment. My mother could appreciate her Alabama lived environment; she did not need science to do that. But she could appreciate only her native range sector, a residential landscape,...

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  • The hanging of several anarchists in 1887 as a consequence of the Haymarket bombing in Chicago caused many Americans to sympathize with the gibbeted radicals. Youths swathed in bright idealism, men and women rooted in equalitarian democracy, workers trusting in the rectitude of their government--all doubted the guilt of the condemned prisoners and were deeply perturbed by the egregious miscarriage of justice.

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  • We consider the problem of NER in Arabic Wikipedia, a semisupervised domain adaptation setting for which we have no labeled training data in the target domain. To facilitate evaluation, we obtain annotations for articles in four topical groups, allowing annotators to identify domain-specific entity types in addition to standard categories. Standard supervised learning on newswire text leads to poor target-domain recall.

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  • The Zane family was a remarkable one in early days, and most of its members are historical characters. The first Zane of whom any trace can be found was a Dane of aristocratic lineage, who was exiled from his country and came to America with William Penn. He was prominent for several years in the new settlement founded by Penn, and Zane street, Philadelphia, bears his name. Being a proud and arrogant man, he soon became obnoxious to his Quaker brethren. He therefore cut loose from them and emigrated to Virginia, settling on the Potomac river, in what was then known as Berkeley county.

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