Trending news of The Rock's daughter Simone Johnson's announcing her new Stage Name is breaking our Versus tool because "Wrestling Name" isn't in our database!
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Pseudonym means “a fictitious name (more literally, a false name), as those used by writers and movie stars,” while stage name is “the pseudonym of an entertainer.”
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Alias #versus Stage Name: What’s the difference?
Alias means “another name; an assumed name,” while stage name means “the pseudonym of an entertainer.”
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What is the difference between “alias” and “pseudonym?”
As nouns alias means “another name; an assumed name,” while pseudonym means “a fictitious name (more literally, a false name), as those used by writers and movie stars.”
As #nouns, the difference is that name means “any nounal word or phrase which indicates a particular person, place, class, or thing,” but stage name means “the pseudonym of an entertainer.”
Moniker is “an informal label, often drawing attention to a particular attribute,” while nickname is “a familiar, invented name for a person or thing used instead of the actual name, often based on some noteworthy characteristic.”
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A group of Ontario experts led by SickKids has updated its guidance for school operation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The living document, COVID-19: Updated Guidance for School Operation During the Pandemic, can be read here: https://t.co/rotLqDqkQh pic.twitter.com/q7kVezAPoG— SickKids_TheHospital (@SickKidsNews) January 21, 2021
As outlined in the tweet by @NishaOttawa yesterday, the situation is complex, and not a simple right or wrong https://t.co/DO0v3j9wzr. And no one needs to list all the potential risks and downsides of prolonged school closures.
1/It's the eve of provincial announcements on schools reopening for in-person instruction.— Nisha Thampi (@NishaOttawa) January 20, 2021
Households are under stress and experts are divided on whether schools are unicorns or infernos.
Everyone wants to do right by kids, who have borne so much throughout this pandemic.
On the other hand: while school closures do not directly protect our most vulnerable in long-term care at all, one cannot deny that any factor potentially increasing community transmission may have an indirect effect on the risk to these institutions, and on healthcare.
The question is: to what extend do schools contribute to transmission, and how to balance this against the risk of prolonged school closures. The leaked data from yesterday shows a mixed picture -schools are neither unicorns (ie COVID free) nor infernos.
Assuming this data is largely correct -while waiting for an official publication of the data, it shows first and foremost the known high case numbers at Thorncliff, while other schools had been doing very well -are safe- reiterating the impact of socioeconomics on the COVID risk.
First up, The Terror Begins by Make Them Die Slowly. Horror-movie inspired grind/black/industrial from Mick Kenney and Duncan Wilkins.
Next, Northern Irish thrashers @gamabomb, with Lords of the Hellfire Club from their excellent new album Sea Savage.
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2. Gen 4: 20 "Adah bore Jabal; he was the father of the nomadic herdsmen."
Do you know that Shepherds are same as Herdsmen?
Abraham and Jacob, Moses and King David were all Herdsmen.
Do you know also that Herdsmen have always quarrelled over pasture for grazing? More lessons:
Gen 13:7 "and there was quarreling between the herdsmen of Abram’s livestock and the herdsmen of Lot’s livestock. At that time the Canaanites and the Perizzites were living in the land.
Mediation was also the tool for resolution of conflicts:
Gen 13: 8-"Then Abram said to Lot, “Please, let’s not have quarreling between you and me, or between your herdsmen and my herdsmen, since we are relatives."
Gen 26: 20 "But the herdsmen of Gerar quarreled with Isaac’s herdsmen and said, “The water is ours!” So he named the well Quarrel because they quarreled with him."
Gen 26:21 "When his workers started digging another well, those herdsmen quarreled about that one, too."
But, but, but...! This is such an unreasonable question!
Just hold the **** exams, for God's sake!
This passage makes zero sense to me. It's like a Boris announcement on the importance of following guidance. NEA is important, but only if the kids have all done it. It's the only evidence you can use in Art, but it's ok if it's not very good. Oh, and you can just make it up.
Oh, and if all else fails, just make it up using whatever stuff you can find to justify what you want to give.
i'll be publishing my 6K-word essay in indian genetics https://t.co/ycMGoZh13z
but some general points 1/n
- there's a lot of structure. which means you can look at an indian's genome and get an immediate sense of things and a little digging get's granularity very quickly
eg i guessed @suryasays family's jati after about 15 minutes (he was vague about this and had to ask mom)
- a lot of the variation is not partitioned geographically. very different from europe & china where geography is the dominant predictive variable.
indians have lots of structure which means non-geographical (jati) matter a lot. tamil brahmins more like UPites than other tamils
- the 'india-cline' pioneered by reich patterson is pretty explanatory. on one end you have west eurasian adjacent groups. jatts ppl in the NW and upper caste. and other end something away from them (more toward andamese). dalits, southerners etc.
- some groups are off the cline. that means they are not well modeled by the distribution. e.g.,
* parsies (75% iranian)
* bengalis (5-20% east asian)
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You are interviewed for multiple skills simultaneously. Cognitive skills, communication, leadership are a few to name. If the point is not finding a solution, then what is it? Let me explain.
Your interviewers try to understand what it feels like to work with you on a daily basis. An interview question is just a tool in achieving that, it is not there to specifically measure your skills on a topic but a tool to understand the depth of your thinking.
Before the interview starts, ask them what they want to get out of this interview. Good interviewers should already have a plan and a set of expectations. Ask them what you should do. Don't start coding yet. Ask them you should produce. Discussion, diagrams, pseudo code, code?
Then, start cracking the question. List whatever questions you think it is important to solve this question, ask your edge cases. Get to a point where you are discussing about pros/cons of the solutions. These steps are critical. Don't just start coding. Have a consensus first.
Or find options that move 1,000% in a single day/week?🤯
I made a thread going over exactly how I find these stocks BEFORE they take off 🚀
So, let's start with the software I use…
Finviz!! Finviz is a free website that I use to scan for stocks.
They have a lot of other cool features as well, but I only use their scanner.
Head on over to finviz and go to the screener
Click on the “All” tab on the top and put in the criteria in the next tweet
This is the first scan that I use for bullish swing setups
✅Vol over 400k
✅Price > $20
The next scan I use is the opposite of the first one.
✅Quarter +10% to -10%
✅Week Down to Week up
This is my bearish scan for swing setups. 👇
Complete beginner’s guide to wealth of Rs 10 Cr in 10 years
Step 1: start trading live
Nothing can substitute experience of live trading
No amount of back-test, studies or indicators can substitute training your mind with screen time
As a beginner, In live trading, you will make losses almost everyday
So here are the conditions which you can’t violate in first year
If you can’t follow these rules, this document is not for you
Start with trading capital of Rs 1 lakhs
Max loss per trade 0.25%, i.e. 250 Rs
Max loss for the day, 1%, i.e. Rs 1000
Max 6 trades in a day
I know, these conditions will cripple you in terms of what all you can trade and how
But just like any start up, trading is also about making it through initial gruelling constraints of life
You will also learn, how to turn these adverse rules to your advantage
Btw, you can sell directional banknifty options, obviously you can buy options, can do cash stock trading and much more under these conditions
Think about it, you will be do all kinds of instruments, just that PNL will not be roller coaster ride or exciting like a casino
Put another way, the editors who built the dominant nodes in this network...
...have little overlap with the ones who made this much more recent managerial flowchart.
Internet time runs at hundred-fold speed—the difference between the people who painted what's in the Uffizi, and the people in charge of keeping those paintings from deteriorating. Very different tasks, and (one presumes) very personalities as well. @PaulSkallas?