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I’m trying to understand something 😫: Is the option on the LEFT wrong because the ‘chief’ violates the rules of tincture? Or is it allowed because it is fimbriated?

2022.01.17 06:49 orangasle I’m trying to understand something 😫: Is the option on the LEFT wrong because the ‘chief’ violates the rules of tincture? Or is it allowed because it is fimbriated?

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2022.01.17 06:49 newsdk Niels Bohr fysiker giver sit bud: Sådan flyver ufoer ...hvis de findes

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2022.01.17 06:49 condomm774 What if Brahma granted a monopoly on all of the “bobs” in the world to the desis?

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2022.01.17 06:49 _Haru-3 3 best words to describe your fav student?

Imagine your student is exceptional in ever aspect of his career and a gifted person.
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2022.01.17 06:49 ChickenForcer Hi, newbie DM here in need of narrative advice/creative direction

Hello guys, I am planning a campaign where the BBEG and friends open a giant rift in the homebrew world to the nine hells, effectively causing an apocalypse. The players will need to close this huge rift that sweeps across an entire region, which stays open even if BBEG and friends are dead.
How would you go about this narratively to close the huge rift? What kind of macguffin or tasks would you give your players?
Thanks in advance!
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2022.01.17 06:49 ToeAnalyst1983 1st day 1st game was awesome experience for all even the losers lol 🍞Bread&Meat🥩poker club #geisr on pokerrr2

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2022.01.17 06:49 No_Entertainer_3447 Jill anyone?

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2022.01.17 06:49 IntroductionCheap325 Teen gamers of reddit, what's the BEST, and I mean THE BEST game you played?

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2022.01.17 06:49 Timon-D ДБР оприлюднило деталі «вугільної» справи: "В цей час Медведчук і вище керівництво Російської Федерації розробили план створення штучного дефіциту вугілля. Медведчук взяв на себе функцію комунікатора з РФ, а Петро Порошенко залишив за собою управлінські, кадрові питання та адміністративний вплив..."

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2022.01.17 06:49 waitwhat2604 What are your opinions on trans women participating in women’s sports?

Don’t be transphobic
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2022.01.17 06:49 Successful_Map4660 How do you describe a FP?

I’m trying to find out more about what a FP really is and sort of what defines it.
Can you have a couple FP’s at the same time? Is it possible that the FP only last a few months? How does your FP affect you and your behaviomood? What’s your relationship typically like with a FP?
I’ve been going back in time and identifying my FP’s and the kind of behavior and relationship and had with them and just want to compare and contrast with others.
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2022.01.17 06:49 BeTaurus1971 DRS vs Certificate of ownership

My broker (Keytrade Bank mainly operating from Belgium and Luxembourg) does not support DRS but for last year's shareholder's meeting voting purpose they did provide me with a certificate of ownership. I have paid for this certificate.
It turned out I wasn't able to vote after all but I am wondering if this certificate has the same locking feature as DRS. They also stated that they do not lend out shares with their business model.
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think my shares are safe?
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2022.01.17 06:49 TronicBoy Process Design and Development

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2022.01.17 06:49 jjonnez [H] PayPal [W] Dead by Daylight DLCs

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2022.01.17 06:49 mikimathew Short Video from our Holiday in Amazing Madeira

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2022.01.17 06:49 R-Laksh [A Levels] H3 Bio Guide/Advice

Hallo ppl! Most schools should be starting h3 Bio lessons this week. So this senior with nth better to do(me) wanted to give you guys a breakdown of what to expect as well as some early advice(mainly cous there was barely any when I took h3 bio last year)

If you don’t know already, the h3 bio paper is a 2.5 hour long paper worth 75m. It consists of 3 parts: 1 25m long structured qn with many parts, 1 25m essay qn that everyone must do and another 25m essay where you get to choose 1 of 2 qns. Typically, the mandatory essay is rather broad in scope while the other essay qns are more narrow. The essays might sound daunting but I assure you that the paper can be completed in time. I’ll go into the essays in a little bit but they are the most important part to nail down.

But first the long structured qn. You would be given an insert that would have some info regarding a random case study. It can be anything from how appetite is regulated to frogs in Mexico. But it would definitely be linked back to a number of topics both h2 and h3. One of the main challenges for this section is digesting all of the info given and picking out what you need. a good approach is to not read it very in depth when you get the paper but just glance through and answer the qns with the knowledge you have. then once you reach a stumbling block, read through the insert and see if you can find what you need. Another thing that you would need to get used to is interpreting data cous the inserts sure have wacky data presentation. But I think it’s just a matter of practice to figure that out. Long structured for h3 is thankfully a lot like the long structured qn for paper 3 in h2 bio that you will later start practising (just with an insert). So you should eventually find this section less intimidating.

But here comes h3 bio’s most cancerous part, the ✨essays✨. This ain’t your basic h2 bio essay anymore. It’s no longer smt that you can just vomit out your notes(ok it kinda still is but it’s vomiting with ✨style✨) The essays in h3 bio require a deeper level of evaluation and argumentation. some examples of essay questions that I have seen include "The phospholipid is the most important biomolecule in the cell" HFDYA and "Viruses are the greatest threat to human health" HFDYA. As you can see, these questions require you to take a stance and make actual arguments. As such, these essays are written in peel format, need to be structured nicely and well planned out before starting. You might also notice that these questions sound like they dont need so much h3 content. That because they honestly dont. There are some essay qns that only test h3 level content but there are plenty where you can use a lot of h2 level information.
So then you might wonder where the rigour comes from. That comes from being able to critically explain the significance of the stuff you learn in h2. Lets say a qn asks "discuss the importance of enzymes in biological processes"(a real qn btw). you might rmr some stuff about how enzymes lower activation energy and increase rate of reaction as well as some named examples. As a h3 student, you should be able to go deeper. Perhaps you can argue about how a lower temperature allows for complex metabolic reactions to occur in the cell without requiring a lot of heat which could kill it. Point being, you need to begin to think about the why's behind what you learn.
Another thing to keep in mind is having a wide scope for essays. h3's essays are about breadth first before depth. so try to cover as many topics as you can and give diverse examples. If you think something is relevant to the qn then just write it down.

Now, just some miscellaneous advice that I picked up. Dont stress out trying to perfectly understand h3 content. The questions arent that demanding in that regard. A lot of it is h2 work but with more critical thinking. So focus more on making sure your h2 is good before practising h3. What might be very helpful is to begin to ponder about why certain things you've learnt are the way they are(here's a good one to get you started. Why cant DNA be replicated in a 3' to 5' direction? Specificity of DNA polymerase is one part but there's a more interesting reason as to why. DM me if you want an answer ig ahaha). I think that reading scientific articles can help to give examples for essays and make you more comfortable reading through the insert for structured. But that's rather optional i feel.

I think H3 Bio like all H3s can be very daunting at first. But I would def recommend sticking with it for a good while before considering anything like dropping. Tho keep in mind that h3 is optional and that your priority should always be your h2s/h1s. So uh yeah, I think this post is alr longer than I thought it would be haha. If you got any qns, feel free to ask below hehe :D
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2022.01.17 06:49 alexalmeidabr Payout to Arbitrum

I guess this is an issue that I want to share. To start, I was not even aware that Arbitrum cashout was available and I was happy to see it since it has lower fees.
I have made a payout to Arbitrum but only half of my ETH came to my MM wallet. The other half is still in my Balance.
What is strange is that the withdraw message states that all the ETH was cashout.
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2022.01.17 06:49 TronicBoy Process Design and Development

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2022.01.17 06:49 chrisgwynne Just do what crypto investors should do. Hold!

Come on here this morning and it's like I'm reading conspiracy WHALES CITADEL everything. We are all early to crypto, we are all early to LRC. If you've invested 10000s on loops, then selling now is stupid. To panic now is stupid, you're fucked either way.
To think you were going to be a millionaire over night? You're in the wrong game. Just stop looking at charts, stop looking for conspiracies. Sit back and check the price in 2-5-10 years time. When a project like loopring, or crypto in general will come to fruition.
Sure we all love hopium, but hopefull you all did DD when you started. It's not an overnight win.
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2022.01.17 06:49 Poser-Knight Would 10/10 try

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2022.01.17 06:49 angladi w air fryer Stuffed Zucchini boat ,cooking Stuffed Zucchini boat in a air ...

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2022.01.17 06:49 abutterflyonthewall If jws bash holidays because of origin, why don't they bash their religion because of its origin? Who was Charles Taze Russell?

A look at Russell’s spiritual history shows immediate reasons for concern. As a teenager, he knew little enough about Scripture to answer a skeptical friend’s challenges. Within two years, that same teenager was presumed to be able to interpret the Bible more accurately than any existing church.
Charles Taze Russell is a potent example of why Scripture emphasizes the need for proper discipleship (1 Timothy 3:16) and contains warnings about inexperienced and ignorant mishandling of the Word (2 Peter 3:16–17), seeking those who agree with you instead of seeking truth (2 Timothy 4:3), and accepting a gospel different from the one handed down by Christ and the apostles (Galatians 1:8–9). Had more people been willing to put Russell’s claims to a rigorous test (Acts 17:11), or had they taken note of his failure as a prophet (Deuteronomy 18:22), many fewer people today would be in the grip of a false sect like the Jehovah’s Witnesses:
Who was Charles Taze Russell? Charles Taze Russell was the founder of a religion that eventually became the modern-day Jehovah’s Witnesses. His example demonstrates how untrained and un-discipled people can twist Scripture to fit their own preferences and spread those errors to others. Russell’s spirituality was marked by change, failed prophecy, and controversy. After his death, his followers split, with the most influential group taking on the name of Jehovah’s Witnesses, headed by Joseph Rutherford.
Charles Russell was the son of a businessman and raised as a Presbyterian. In 1868, around the age of 16, he was stumped by skeptical questions of a friend. This led him to question his religious upbringing. Russell came across Adventism, which he found more appealing. By 1870, at the age of 18, he had formed a small Bible study composed of himself and several like-minded people. Already, this group held to certain ideas that deeply contradicted biblical Christianity, such as:
• Rejection of the Trinity. • Belief that Jesus is identical to Michael the archangel and is God’s first creation. • Belief that the Holy Spirit is a force, not a person. • Rejection of an eternal hell. • Rejection of the bodily resurrection of Christ. • Intense interest in—even obsession with—the return of Christ.
Initially, Charles Taze Russell dismissed attempts to give a prophetic prediction of Christ’s return. That changed rapidly after speaking with Adventist author Nelson Barbour. By 1876, he became convinced that Christ would return in 1878. He sold all his business interests in preparation for the second coming. The failure of that prediction led to a split with Barbour, but there was little doubt among Russell’s more loyal followers. This group was most commonly known as the “Bible Students.”
Russell initiated the Watchtower Tract Society in 1871. He would later claim that Christ had returned—spiritually—in 1874 and that the end of the world would occur in 1914. Students of Russell began claiming he was a prophetic, end-times fulfillment of Matthew 24:45, which speaks of a “faithful and wise servant” awaiting the return of his master. While Russell did not overtly assert this, neither did he deny it. Successors such as Joseph Rutherford later took on that title for themselves, and it eventually became part of Watchtower’s claim to unassailable spiritual authority. Russell wrote six volumes on spirituality prior to his death, collectively known as Studies in the Scriptures.
Of course, 1914 came and went without anything remotely resembling the second coming of Christ. The much-hyped year of 1914 has been the subject of increasingly convoluted explanations by Jehovah’s Witnesses ever since. Russell died in 1916. Around that time, a seventh book—claimed to be written by Russell—was published. In fact, the book was written by associates of Russell and heavily edited by Rutherford. Controversy over that volume, combined with disillusionment over 1914’s debacle, led to a schism, resulting in Rutherford leading a group later renamed Jehovah’s Witnesses.
A look at Russell’s spiritual history shows immediate reasons for concern. As a teenager, he knew little enough about Scripture to answer a skeptical friend’s challenges. Within two years, that same teenager was presumed to be able to interpret the Bible more accurately than any existing church. Not long after, Russell made a drastic change in his approach to eschatology and issued a failed prophecy. At no point did Russell demonstrate any signs of special insight or ability beyond the charisma needed to attract like-minded people. Sincere or not, Charles Taze Russell was a false prophet and a teacher of “another gospel” (see Galatians 1:8–9).
While Russell’s beliefs and efforts were what formed the Bible Students, it would be fair to say the group now known as Jehovah’s Witnesses is more distinguished by the contributions of Joseph Rutherford than of Charles Taze Russell. Rutherford introduced many of the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ distinctive doctrines, such as the rejection of holidays, voting, and birthdays. Rutherford is also responsible for the Witnesses’ unique interpretations of Revelation, use of Kingdom Halls, and aggressive door-to-door evangelism. Only about one fourth of Russell’s followers stayed with Rutherford over the years after Russell’s death, during which time the group took on their new name.
Charles Taze Russell is a potent example of why Scripture emphasizes the need for proper discipleship (1 Timothy 3:16) and contains warnings about inexperienced and ignorant mishandling of the Word (2 Peter 3:16–17), seeking those who agree with you instead of seeking truth (2 Timothy 4:3), and accepting a gospel different from the one handed down by Christ and the apostles (Galatians 1:8–9). Had more people been willing to put Russell’s claims to a rigorous test (Acts 17:11), or had they taken note of his failure as a prophet (Deuteronomy 18:22), many fewer people today would be in the grip of a false sect like the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Source: Gotquestions

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2022.01.17 06:49 majorfighter New vs Used MacBook Pro?

I currently have a MacBook Pro (Early 2015) which I use for a range of activities; report writing, some programming, image editing etc. The Early 2015 model is getting a bit old and I'm looking for a newer computer.
I'm wondering about getting a new MacBook Pro (potentially one of the 14" MBP's), because thinking that it might last longer than a second hand MBP and therefore the cost/year might be less. Alternatively if I got a second hand MBP it might last longer and maybe the cost/year of this would be less.
Do you think I should get a new or used MBP? Which option will have a better cost/year of use?
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