Archive for December, 2007

…happy 2008!

…hey guys!!! just wanna great you a very prosperous new year!!!
always remember “keep moving forward” see yah all…c”,)
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differences…

What is the difference between a ship and a boat?

The difference between a ship and a boat is size. Generally, a boat is a smaller craft than a ship. Ship is the more broad term for any oceangoing craft. A boat is a small vehicle for traveling on water. A boat can have oars, paddles, sails, or a motor to make it move. A ship is a large boat that can travel across deep water, such as a sea or ocean. A ship is built to carry people or goods for a long distance. A ship is propelled by sail or power only. However, there are two notable exceptions: submarines are officially boats and ore-carrying vessels that traverse large lakes are also called boats.

What is the difference between discreet and discrete?

This is another pair of homophones (words that sound alike but are different in spelling or meaning or both) that can be very confusing. Discreet implies the showing of reserve and prudence in one’s behavior or speech. Discrete means something quite different – ‘distinct, separate, unrelated’. Both words derive from the same Latin word discretus and for a long time these words were each spelled two different ways, but eventually came to be differentiated in spelling as well as in meaning. Discreet has yielded the noun discretion, but discrete’s noun form is discreteness. Examples: They tried to be discreet about their unapproved friendship. / The course is broken down into 10 discrete study units.

What is the difference between empathy and sympathy?

Both empathy and sympathy are feelings concerning other people. Sympathy is literally ‘feeling with’ – compassion for or commiseration with another person. Empathy, by contrast, is literally ‘feeling into’ – the ability to project one’s personality into another person and more fully understand that person. Sympathy derives from Latin and Greek words meaning ‘having a fellow feeling’. The term empathy originated in psychology (translation of a German term, c. 1903) and has now come to mean the ability to imagine or project oneself into another person’s position and experience all the sensations involved in that position. You feel empathy when you’ve “been there”, and sympathy when you haven’t. Examples: We felt sympathy for the team members who tried hard but were not appreciated. / We felt empathy for children with asthma because their parents won’t remove pets from the household.

…hey hey hey!!! guys here’s another batch for this differences things, hope you guys can get information out of this… c”,)

Photo Hunt: Messy…

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…hey guys check this one for my entry with potohunt: messy! do you think so?
I took this pictur, when I accidentally drop this cola of mine hehehe lolz… c”,)
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Have a great weekend guys and a Blessfull New Year ahead!!!

Heart Attack ‘Worth 45 Seconds of Your LIFE’

Let’s say it’s 6.15pm and you’re driving home (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job.You’re really tired, and frustrated.Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to radiate out into your arm and up into your jaw.You are only five miles from the hospital nearest your home.Unfortunately you don’t know if you’ll be able to make it that far???

FACT :
~ You have been trained in CPR, but the guy that conducted the course did not tell you how to perform it on yourself!!!
~ Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart attack, without help, the person whose heart is beating improperly and who begins to feel faint, has only about 10 seconds left before losing conscious.

HOW TO SURVIVE A HEART ATTACK WHEN ALONE?

ANSWER:

~ Do not PANIC! but start coughing repeatedly and very vigorously.

~ A deep breath should be taken before each cough, the cough must be deep and prolonged, as when producing sputum from deep inside the chest.

~A breath and cough must be repeated about every two seconds without let-up until help arrives, or until the heart is felt to be beating normally again.

~ Deep breaths get oxygen into the lungs and coughing movements squeeze the heart and keep the blood circulating. The squeezing pressure on the heart also helps it regain normal rhythm. In this way, heart attack victims can get to hospital.

NOTE:
DON’T EVER THINK THAT YOU ARE NOT PRONE TO HEART ATTACK AS YOUR AGE IS LESS THAN 25 OR 30. NOWADAYS DUE TO THE CHANGE IN THE LIFE STYLE, HEART ATTACK IS FOUND AMONG PEOPLE OF ALL AGE GROUPS.

Photo Hunt:Light…

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…hey guys! It’s nice to be back again! hehehe will here’s my entry for this week photo hunt: light… oh! that’s pretty lights ha!!! I love this lights, everyday I got to watch over this while going home because this is just at the side of the national highway hehehe lolz c”,)

anyway this is one of the beautiful spot now here in davao, this is own by Mana Davao (an antique store)

…from the back view!!!

…so guys that’s it, hope you guys like it!!!

happy weekend and holidays everyone ~ 🙂

differences…

What is the difference between property and attribute?

An attribute is a quality or character ascribed to or considered to belong to, or be inherent in, a person or thing. A property is a quality or characteristic belonging to a person or thing, with its original use implying ownership, and also either being essential or special. However, property is now used to mean a quality or characteristic in general without reference to its being essential or special. In many contexts, these words can now be used interchangeably.

What is the difference between adverse and averse?

To be averse to something is to have feelings against it, to be disinclined or opposed towards it. Averse can take the preposition to as well as from and usually describes an attitude. To be adverse to something (the only preposition it takes) is to be turned in an opposite direction to that thing or acting against it. Adverse also means ‘opposing or detrimental to one’s interests’ and usually refers to things, not people. A good way to remember the difference is that the prefix of averse is ab, or away and the prefix of adverse is ad, meaning towards. Examples of each are: I am averse to watching a lot of television. / We are dealing with adverse circumstances.

What is the difference between awhile and a while?

As a noun phrase after a preposition such as after, for, in, within, one should use two words, a while. In that case, it means ‘a short or moderate time’. If one is using the term adverbially, it should be spelled as one word, awhile, which means ‘for a short time’. Examples of each are: I will stay for a while at the party. He napped for a while. / She stayed awhile at the party. I napped awhile on the couch. This topic is a fine point of grammar and for many uses only writing it will distinguish which syntactic structure one should use.

…so guys! here’s another batch for some differences that we find complicated, hehehe more of this in later post!!! c”,)

True Blue Award…

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Woohooohhhh!!!! here’s another award given with mah bro noel… thank you very much bro, I really appreciate it that you always include me in the list hehehe and also thanks for visiting me often…. c”,)

…will I was able to post this in my other blog so I posted it here, so much for that… I would like to share this also to mah friend here namely: cheche, fretz, and jazevox, hope you like it guys!!! have a wonderful days ahead… c”,)


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