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Topic: shrivel
Posted: Friday, March 26, 2021 8:53:14 AM
Daemon wrote:
shrivel

(verb) Wither, as with a loss of moisture.

Synonyms: shrink

Usage: The heat shriveled the unwatered seedlings.


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Prickly Pear cactus will shrivel in the winter
but they recover their plumpness in the spring time.
Topic: In an Octopus's Garden
Posted: Friday, March 26, 2021 8:48:53 AM
The link at the end of this post is about an Alaskan professor
who adopted an octopus for family and professional
purposes. It was filmed by the famous NATURE PBS
producers. I've seen the program twice , and it was a
true life changer in how I viewed the amazing species
called Octopus . One of the astounding things that they
discovered was when they filmed this octopus , named
Heidi , in a sleep state , she was - at times - apparently dreaming.
They also discovered that she interacted quite differently
with individuals , and she would purposely watch some
of their tv with them. :)

Please do see this film !
It will make you smile and laugh , and enhance your
appreciation for this wonderful creature that God made
at the Genesis of creation.

Note : Upon getting this link for this post , I was saddened
to learn of her passing . May her memory dwell in more people's
hearts as they see this memorable and touching story.
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https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=heidi+octopus

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Topic: belligerence
Posted: Saturday, March 20, 2021 10:56:48 AM
thar wrote:
belligerent,
adj - aggressive, argumentatitive
From Latin belligerans (“waging war”), present active participle of belligerō (“I wage war”), from belliger (“waging war, warlike”), from bellum (“war”) + -ger (from gerō (“I lead, wage, carry on”)).

beligerent/ beligerents
noun - those engaged in a war, soldiers
Noun
belligerent (plural belligerents)

A state or other armed participant in warfare
The UN sent a treaty proposal to the belligerents.


bellicose,
from Latin bellicōsus (feminine bellicōsa, neuter bellicōsum, superlative bellicōsissimus); first/second-declension adjective : warlike, fierce, bellicose


Latin bellum - war


also
ante-bellum = pre-war (American Civil War)


And of course Caesar's little travel journal. De Bello Gallico.
Arrive, cut down trees, pitch camp. Get food. Leave. Get wet and cold. Arrive, cut down trees, pitch camp, get food. Leave. Get wet and cold.

The most unexciting camping trip ever!





The travel journal notation and the camping trip comment - " rich ! " :)
Topic: disaffect
Posted: Saturday, March 20, 2021 10:31:50 AM
Daemon wrote:
disaffect

(verb) Arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness.

Synonyms: alienate, estrange

Usage: She loved him, but the sweaty gym clothes he left behind every time he borrowed her car began to seriously disaffect her.


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Neighbors can disaffect one another with their thoughtless choices
regarding their poorly handled garbage , noisome behavior and an incessant
failure to control their children and animals.

Topic: impendent
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2020 8:10:34 AM
Daemon wrote:
impendent

(adjective) Close in time; about to occur.

Synonyms: imminent, at hand

Usage: After a long and grueling career at the factory, Larry was eagerly anticipating his impendent retirement.





The forecasted storm system's arrival is impendent , so take
all of the necessary precautions, especially for gusty winds
and other severe weather , right now.
Topic: seemly
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2020 8:04:58 AM
Daemon wrote:
seemly

(adjective) Conforming to standards of conduct and good taste; suitable.

Synonyms: becoming, comely, comme il faut, decent, decorous

Usage: Her friends think it is not seemly for her to be dating a man half her age, but she only cares that he makes her happy.


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These days , individual opinions vary quite significantly on
what constitutes as seemly apparel and conduct.
Topic: hardihood
Posted: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 3:06:19 AM
Daemon wrote:
hardihood

(noun) The trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger.

Synonyms: boldness, daring

Usage: He could not walk the street with any peace of mind, so conscious was he that the gentle and timid would turn aside to avoid him, and that others would make it a point of hardihood to throw themselves in his way.



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Hardihood is certainly a prerequisite for any first responder !


A hearty , " Thank you !! " to all of the first repsonders ! Applause

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Topic: About Mindfulness
Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2020 6:40:57 AM
FounDit wrote:
Epi,

I came across this and thought you might like it, too. I wish I could have a conversation with the author. I think that would be very interesting and enjoyable. So many ideas occurred to me as I was reading it.


Mindfulness is Loaded With Troubling Assumptions


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Mindfulness Meditation vs Romans 8

[ The link is a Norton & McAfee secured site. ]

https://biblepagesbyperidotpath.blogspot.com/2019/09/mindfulness-meditation-vs-romans-8.html
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Topic: enkindle
Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2020 6:30:38 AM
Daemon wrote:
enkindle

(verb) Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses).

Synonyms: arouse, elicit, evoke, provoke, fire, raise

Usage: Melissa's coy smile enkindled the hopes of the young man seeking her favor.


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The acting class instructor gave some tips on how
to enkindle varying emotional responses and how to
apply them to their acting rehearsals.
Topic: ireful
Posted: Friday, December 27, 2019 2:22:05 AM
Daemon wrote:
ireful

(adjective) Feeling or showing extreme anger.

Synonyms: irate

Usage: The ireful, angry chief was not so easily mollified.



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Oppression can cause any nation's citizenry to become ireful.