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#include using namespace std; int main() { int x=10; int y=20; int z=x+y; cout
Language: EN | Submitted 45 days ago by Deleted user 2117
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Much Ado About Nothing

Much deserved on his part and equally remembered by Don Pedro: he hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing, in the figure of a lamb, the feats of a lion: he hath indeed better bettered expectation than you must expect of me to tell you how.
Language: EN | Submitted 46 days ago by sangmin choe
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The Walrus And The Carpenter

"If seven maids with seven mops Swept it for half a year. Do you suppose," the Walrus said, "That they could get it clear?" "I doubt it," said the Carpenter, And shed a bitter tear. "O Oysters, come and walk with us!" The Walrus did beseech. "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, Along the briny beach: We cannot do with more than four, To give a hand to each." The eldest Oyster looked at him, But never a word he said: The eldest Oyster winked his eye, And shook his heavy head-- Meaning to say he did not choose To leave the oyster-bed. But four young Oysters hurried up, All...
Language: EN | Submitted 53 days ago by Trevor Phillips
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en vocabulary 5

a round container - sift the flour and baking powder into a mixing bowl - sift means to put through sieve - flour is the powder made from grain a planned group of especially political, business, or military activities that are intended to achieve a particular aim - the protests were part of their campaign carbon is a chemical element that exists in its pure form as diamond or graphite the person with the most important position in a company - chief executive officer CEO a room used for special or official purpose - there are two chamber in the British parliament a substance containing a l...
Language: EN | Submitted 81 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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en Vocabulary 4

to go to an event, place, etc - which school do your children attend? A settled way of feeling or thinking about sth - he has a very bad attitude toward work a quality or characteristic - organizational ability is an essential attribute for a good manage the moral or legal right or ability to control - the United Nations has used/exerted/exercised its authority to restore peace in the area to cook inside an oven - I made the icing while the cake was baking the distance along a street from where one road crosses it to the place where the next road crosses it: block of buildings the line ...
Language: EN | Submitted 82 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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en vocabulary 3

Aside - on or to one side: He pulled the curtain aside. Curtain is a piece of cloth that hangs across a window. Aspect - one part of a situation, problem, subject, etc.: Which aspects of the job do you most enjoy? Assault - a violent attack: the number of indecent assaults has increased alarmingly over the past year. Assert - state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully: the company asserts that the cuts will not affect development. Assess - to judge or decide the amount or importance of sth: a college is going to assess a student's ability based on grades. Grade is a level of quality...
Language: EN | Submitted 94 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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en vocabulary 01

to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something: Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia. to accept, admit, or recognize something, or the truth or existence of something: Historians generally acknowledge her as a genius in her field. from one side to the other of something with clear limits, such as an area of land, a road, or a river: They're building a new bridge across the river. to change, or to change something, to suit different conditions or uses: We had to adapt our plans to fit Jack's timetable. to go or move something forward, or to develo...
Language: EN | Submitted 95 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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en vocabulary 2

Affair - a situation or subject that is being dealt with or considered: He's always meddling in other people's affairs. Agenda - a list of matters to be discussed at meeting: The question of security is high on the agenda for this afternoon's meeting. Agricultural - used for farming or relating to farming: The world's supply of agricultural land is shrinking fast. Aid - help or support: He gets about with the aid of a walking stick. If you get about, you go to different places and visit different people. Aide - a person whose job is to help sb important: an aide to the prime minister. All...
Language: EN | Submitted 95 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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sherlock

I had called upon my friend Sherlock Holmes upon the second morning after Christmas, with the intention of wishing him the compliments of the season. He was lounging upon the sofa in a purple dressing-gown, a pipe-rack within his reach upon the right, and a pile of crumpled morning papers, evidently newly studied, near at hand. Beside the couch was a wooden chair, and on the angle of the back hung a very seedy and disreputable hard-felt hat, much the worse for wear, and cracked in several places. A lens and a forceps lying upon the seat of the chair suggested that the hat had been suspended i...
Language: EN | Submitted 98 days ago by John Kucharsky
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samadhi

Vanished the veils of light and shade, Lifted every vapor of sorrow, Sailed away all dawns of fleeting joy, Gone the dim sensory mirage. Love, hate, health, disease, life, death: Perished these false shadows on the screen of duality. The storm of maya stilled By magic wand of intuition deep. But ever-present, all-flowing I, I, everywhere. Planets, stars, stardust, earth, Volcanic bursts of doomsday cataclysms, Creation's molding furnace, Glaciers of silent X-rays, burning electron floods, Thoughts of all men, past, present, to come, Every blade of grass, myself, mankind, Each pa...
Language: EN | Submitted 100 days ago by Rahul Sharma
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en vocabulary 1

Accompany - to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something: Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia. Acknowledge - to accept, admit, or recognize something, or the truth or existence of something: Historians generally acknowledge her as a genius in her field. Across - from one side to the other of something with clear limits, such as an area of land, a road, or a river: They're building a new bridge across the river. Adapt - to change, or to change something, to suit different conditions or uses: We had to adapt our plans to fit Jack's timetable. Ad...
Language: EN | Submitted 100 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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en words

1) Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia. 2) He is been accused of robbery/murder. 3) Historians generally acknowledge her as a genius in her field. 4) They're building a new bridge across the river. 5) It took me a while to adapt to the new job. 6) There will be an extra charge for any additional passengers. 7) By/On his own admission (= as he has said) he has achieved little since he took over the company. 8) Her study has considerably advanced the cause of equal rights. 9) Can I give you a piece of advice? 0) She advocates taking a more long-term view.
Language: EN | Submitted 100 days ago by Rémi Phoenix
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It had started to rain by the time Logen found the place...

It had started to rain by the time Logen found the place. Spitting drops that plastered his hair to his skull, kept his clothes wet through. He pressed himself against a mossy trunk and peered out towards the camp, heart pounding, fingers of his right hand curled painful tight around the slippery grip of his knife. He saw the blackened circle where the fire had been, half-burned sticks and ash trampled round it. He saw the big log Threetrees and Dow had been sitting on when the Flatheads came. He saw odd bits of torn and broken gear scattered across the clearing. He counted three dead Shanka ...
Language: EN | Submitted 139 days ago by Kargat TTT
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Does Oil Hinder Democracy?

Some scholars suggest that the Middle East's oil wealth helps explain its failure to democratize. This article examines three aspects of this "oil impedes democracy" claim. First, is it true? Does oil have a consistently anti-democratic effect on states, once other factors are accounted for? Second, can this claim be generalized? Is it true only in the Middle East or elsewhere as well? Is it true for other types of mineral wealth and other types of commodity wealth or only for oil? Finally, if oil does have antidemocratic properties, what is the causal mechanism? The author uses pooled time-s...
Language: EN | Submitted 144 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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politicization of world politics

World politics is no longer a matter of executive multilateralism and technocratic expert decisions. What we see instead is the politicization of international institutions - a twofold process of growing resistance to and the more intensive utilization of these institutions. After providing evidence for this claim, this article develops propositions on the effects of politicization of world politics on the quality of decision making and the content of policies on both the international and national levels. On the one hand, the politicization of international institutions arguably heralds a ref...
Language: EN | Submitted 147 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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Collective Action in China

How does civil society mobilize citizens in an authoritarian state that forbids organizations from coordinating collective contention? Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork in underground labor organizations in China, this article theorizes a tactical innovation--disguised collective action--that lowers the cost of organizing contention under repression. Instead of forming organizations to facilitate collective action, organizations enable citizens to better contend as individuals. Departing from processes captured by the "dynamics of contention" framework, organizations act as unconventional mobi...
Language: EN | Submitted 147 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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Role of immigration

The 2016 referendum marked a watershed moment in the history of the United Kingdom. The public vote to leave the European Union (EU)--for a 'Brexit'--brought an end to the country's membership of the EU and set it on a fundamentally different course. Recent academic research on the vote for Brexit points to the importance of immigration as a key driver, although how immigration influenced the vote remains unclear. In this article, we draw on aggregate-level data and individual-level survey data from the British Election Study (BES) to explore how immigration shaped public support for Brexit. O...
Language: EN | Submitted 147 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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Cultural change in Asia

In their classic, The Civic Culture, Almond and Verba (1963) define the ideal democratic citizen as an allegiant, trustful, and modestly participatory person. This ideal has shaped how scholars think about consolidated democracies as well as the process of democratic development. In contrast, we argue that a new model of assertive citizenship spreads as nations experience social modernization and that these new norms have potentially positive consequences for government performance. We replicate earlier analyses by Welzel and Dalton (2014) using the new sixth wave of the World Values Survey. O...
Language: EN | Submitted 147 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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Globalization Liberal view

Liberal view Liberals adopt a consistently positive attitude towards globalization. For economic liberals, globalization reflects the victory of the market over 'irrational' national allegiances and 'arbitrary' state borders. The miracle of the market is that it draws resources towards their most profitable use, thus bringing prosperity to individuals, families, companies, and societies. The attraction of economic globalization is therefore that it allows markets to operate on a global scale, replacing the 'shallow' integration of free trade and intensified interdependence with the 'deep' in...
Language: EN | Submitted 148 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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Globalization

Realist view Realists have typically adopted a skeptical stance towards globalization, seeing it more in terms of intensifying economic interdependence (that is, 'more of the same') rather than the creation of an interlocking global economy. Most importantly, the state continues to be the dominant unit in world politics. Instead of being threatened by globalization, the state's capacity for regulation and surveillance may have increased rather than decreased. However, realists are not simply globalization deniers. In assessing the nature and significance of globalization, they emphasize that...
Language: EN | Submitted 148 days ago by Bahram Calviri
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