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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability and Statistics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...s, Texas State University at Arlington, Arlington, USA; Charles T. Le, Church Rock, Red Rock State Park, Box 1228, NM 87311, USA. ... ...h, where comes the false? Human has been unintentionally comparing, weighing, balancing and trading off between favorable and unfavorable, desired a...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...d the soundness of the business situation when the speculative markets went on the rocks.'' Compare this to Alan Greenspan Congressional testimony ... ... October 31 was a good day with a "vigorous, buoyant rally from bell to bell". Even Rockefeller joined the myriad buyers. Shares soared. It seemed t... ... East O'Neill's Free Dinner - America's Current Account Deficit The Delicate Art of Balancing the Budget Economic Management in a State of War Govern...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...a: Independent Croatia of 1941 Revisited" by: Srdja Trifkovic, published in: www.rockfordinstitute.org and in: www.antiwar.com ) Return KLA –... ...mmunition and communications equipment). The KLA now had shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket launchers (like the German "Armburst"), mortars, recoille... ... will lead to alienation and thuggery if not to outright criminality. It is a fine balancing act between the virtuous ideals of democracy and the h... ...ection (Zionism, capitalism, America, Israel, yellow press, bourgeoisie decadence, rock-n-roll). Mass drunkenness was a commonplace. Interpersonal ...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...al level, they would find that beyond the “hidden material” lies a very real, rock-solid reality, as real as the one they know now. They could perce... ...ll feel greater discomfort the more we continue to evolve and fall behind in balancing ourselves with the system. To discover the spiritual rules, w...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

... mass society each individual may be thought of as compartmentalized, cut off from balancing sources of information and subject only to those offici... ...vehicle and audience, programming compatibility must be achieved, for example with rock music. On the other hand, classical music is frequently pip...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...Finally, I need to thank the institutions who have supported this study. The Rockefeller Center in Bellagio provided an inspiring beginning. The Ford,... ...ncti- monious preening of those who cast each junior downloader of corporate rock as a Ché Guevara, fighting heroically to bring about a new creative l... ...uld the great musical traditions of the twentieth century—jazz, soul, blues, rock—have developed under today’s copyright regime? Would they have devel... ... when Elvis took songs and styles from rhythm and blues and turned them into rockabilly, a process of racial cleansing went on. Styles were adapted bu... ...but rather a claim that they only work well through a process of consciously balancing openness and con- trol, public domain and private right, it sti... ...s 125–127 280 -1 ___ 0 ___ 1 ___ 37278_u01.qxd 8/28/08 11:04 AM Page 280 Rockin’ 50’s says that ‘I Got a Woman’ is based on Jesus is All the World...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...ferentia). Without the context, the definition can well fit an appropriately shaped rock. "Game" – Mental or physical activity of one or more peopl... ... open) (differentia). Without the context, the definition can well fit a hole in a rock. It is easy to notice that the distinction between the dif... ...getting back" at society for what it did to him. It is a form of poetic justice, a balancing of the books, and, therefore, a "good" thing. The murd... ...apitalism and capitalists (big business). Again, the list is dizzying: antibiotics, rocket technology, the internet itself (first developed by the P...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...ferentia). Without the context, the definition can well fit an appropriately shaped rock. "Game" – Mental or physical activity of one or more peopl... ... open) (differentia). Without the context, the definition can well fit a hole in a rock. It is easy to notice that the distinction between the dif... ...getting back" at society for what it did to him. It is a form of poetic justice, a balancing of the books, and, therefore, a "good" thing. The murd... ...apitalism and capitalists (big business). Again, the list is dizzying: antibiotics, rocket technology, the internet itself (first developed by the P...

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A Journey to the Interior of the Earth

By: Jules Verne

...y, pray?” “Because this crater is evidently filled with lava and burn- ing rocks, and therefore—” “But suppose it is an extinct volcano?” “Extinct?” “... ...s that most resist the action of heat, gold, and platinum, and the hardest rocks, can never be either solid or liquid under such a temperature. I have... ...low, clutching at every step. The keen air made me giddy; I felt the spire rocking with every gust of wind; my knees began to fail; soon I was crawlin... ...oals of whales and sharks. Soon we came in sight of an enormous perforated rock, through which the sea dashed furiously. The Westman islets seemed to ... ...iously. The Westman islets seemed to rise out of the ocean like a group of rocks in a liquid plain. From that time the schooner took a wide berth and ... ...ing ponies that their owners would not feed. Sometimes we could see a hawk balancing himself on his wings under the grey cloud, and then darting away ... ...uth gaping wide, his eyes flashing behind his shining spectacles, his head balancing with an up-and-down motion, his whole attitude denoted unlimited ...

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Merry Men

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... beautiful to my eyes; for when the sun struck upon the hill sides, there were many wet rocks and watercourses that shone like jewels even as far as A... ...ld have found them from the track. A large part of the Ross is covered with big granite rocks, some of them larger than a two- roomed house, one besid... ... Ben Kyaw. On all this part of the coast, and especially near Aros, these great granite rocks that I have spoken of go down together in troops into th... ... spirits and walked upon air. Aros is a very rough islet, its surface strewn with great rocks and shaggy with fernland heather; and my way lay almost ... ...sand-hills to the west, but to the eastward lying several fathoms deep along a ledge of rocks. It is upon that side that, at a certain time each flood... ...u will have to pay for that; you will have to pay for my loss of time, when I should be balancing my books; you will have to pay, besides, for a kind ...

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Rewards and Fairies

By: Rudyard Kipling

...lf than to the children—she swam into a majestical dance of the stateliest balancings, the naughtiest wheelings and turnings aside, the most dignified... ...ill for some time after Hal had finished. Then he turned dark red; then he rocked to and fro; then he coughed and wheezed till the tears ran down his ... ... to where exactly we drifted. All I know is we found ourselves in a little rocky cove that had sprung up round us out of the fog, and a swell lifted t... ...smoked abominably, and we guarded it with boat-planks up-ended between the rocks. One gets used to that sort of thing if one travels. Unluckily I’m no... ...almost whipped the words out of his mouth, but he braced himself against a rock and sang psalms. ‘I’m glad I never concealed my opinion—from myself— t... ...he evening were our second day on that islet. There was rain- water in the rock-pools, and, as a churchman, I knew how to fast, but I admit we were hu...

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The Count of Monte Cristo Voulume One

By: Alexandre Dumas

...ard, when he saw rise within a hundred yards of him the black and frowning rock on which stands the Chateau d’If. This gloomy fortress, which has for ... ... before the tempest. Soon the fury of the waves and the sight of the sharp rocks announced the ap- proach of death, and death then terrified me, and I... ...s happy, because I had not courted death, because to be cast upon a bed of rocks and seaweed seemed terrible, because I was unwilling that I, a creatu... ... mathematician might have calculated that in two years, supposing that the rock was not encountered, a passage twenty feet long and two feet broad, mi... ...ou know anything of their situation?” “This one is built against the solid rock, and it would take ten experienced miners, duly furnished with the req... ...e saw the tartan complete her preparations for sailing, weigh anchor, and, balancing herself as gracefully as a water-fowl ere it takes to the wing, s... ...stand why they travel.” “But,” said Albert, emitting a volume of smoke and balancing his chair on its hind legs, “only madmen, or blockheads like us, ...

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The Sha Shaving Ving of Sha Shagp Gp Gpat an Arabian Enter Entertainment

By: George Meredith

... the hind-legs of a grasshopper; she was indeed one close-wrecked upon the rocks of Time. Now, when the old woman had scanned Shibli Bagarag, she call... ...Lo! like a torrent he doth bound, Breasting the shock From rock to rock: A pillar of storm, he shakes the ground, His turban... ...navar a strong grasp, and eyed her long, piteously, and with reproach, and rocked forward and back, and kept rocking to and fro, crying at intervals, ... ...re they relaxed the swiftness of their pace, picking their way over broken rocks and stunted shrubs, and the mesh of spotted creeping plants; all arou... ... Because thou art deathly,—the less for thee? She sang aloud among the rocks and the caves and the illumined waters: Destiny! Destiny! why am... ...her eyes, to confuse her. She waxed unsteady and swayed this way and that, balancing with one arm and defending herself from the attacks of the kite w...

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The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...e tops, although instances are not wanting where the sides are jutted with rocks that aid greatly in giving to the country that ro- mantic and picture... ... themselves. CHAPTER III “All that thou see’st is Natures handiwork; Those rocks that upward throw their mossy brawl Like castled pinnacles of elder t... ... Like castled pinnacles of elder times; These venerable stems, that slowly rock Their towering branches in the wintry gale; That field of frost, which... ...f each dark pine was delineated far in the depths of the for- est, and the rocks, too smooth and too perpendicular to re- tain the snow that had falle... ...th his feet standing wide apart, 66 The Pioneers and his arms akimbo, was balancing his square little body with the indifference of one who is accust... ...one of Natty Bumppo’s little finger, after he broke it by falling from the rock, when he was trying to get the partridge that fell on the cliffs? I ne... ...jamin had succeeded in edging his way through the people, and was now seen balancing his short body , with one foot in a window and the other on a rai...

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Treasure Island

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... awful. He sprang to his feet, drew and opened a sailor’s clasp-knife, and balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to ... ...e as he strode off, and the last sound I heard of him as he turned the big rock was a loud snort of indignation, as though his mind was still running ... .... “Which way, sonny? Which way is he gone?” And when I had pointed out the rock and told him how the captain was likely to return, and how soon, and a... ...ounding to and fro, furniture thrown over, doors kicked in, until the very rocks re-echoed and the men came out again, one after another, on the road ... ... sitting down there in the dark, what with the sound of the waters and the rocking movement of the ship, I had either fallen asleep or was on the poin... ...rm and sad. The hills ran up clear above the vegetation in spires of naked rock. All were strangely shaped, and the Spy-glass, which was by three or f...

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The War in the Air

By: H. G. Wells

...ts single wheels, simple and sufficient; it stopped, reversed stood still, balancing perfectly. It maintained its astounding equilibrium amidst a thun... ...eralogy in the University of London, and while working upon the auriferous rocks of North Wales, after a brief holiday spent in agitating for women’s ... ...the wind and is itself a part of the atmosphere. Once started, it does not rock nor sway; you cannot feel whether it rises or falls. Bert felt acutely... ...re instantly a coruscation of war pictures and of headlines that rose like rockets and burst like shells. T o the normal high-strung en- ergy of New Y... ... and wonderful in the evening light, serenely regardless of the occasional rocket explosions and flashing shell-bursts in the lower air. It was a paus... ...confused him; ever and again his attention be- came rigid—a blind and deaf balancing and clutching. “Wow!” Something fell past him out of the vast dar... ...ub-arctic landscape below, now devoid of any sign of habitation, a land of rocky cliffs and cascades and broad swirling desolate rivers, and of trees ...

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The Heir of Redclyffe

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

... under- stands—a rook’s parliament, or a gathering of sea-fowl on the Shag Rock.’ ‘A rook’s parliament?’ ‘The people at home call it a rook’s parliame... ...l, and wanting that living ripple, heaving and struggling.’ ‘And your fine rocks?’ said Laura. ‘I wish you could see the Shag stone,—a great island ma... ...f the mountain streams, eddying fiercely along, bearing with them tree and rock, while the valleys became lakes, and the little mounds islets; and the... ...nd I found myself sailing off to the sea, with the prospect of a good many rocks before long; but just then an old tree stretched out its friendly arm... ...nd then, and not till then, did Philip glance at his aunt, to show her Guy balancing a Venetian weight on as few of his fingers as could support it. ‘... ...s some- thing,’ he said, ‘by way of refreshment, where there is no sea nor rock to look at, and no Laura and Amy to talk to.’ He had made one friend, ...

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The Village Rector

By: Honoré de Balzac

...id. While the wife cooked the din- ner the husband held the little one, or rocked it to the tune of an Auvergnat song. The workmen as they passed some... ...s, enclosed a pleasure gar- den surrounding the parsonage, above which the rock rose like a white wall surmounted by slender trees that drooped and sw... ...orest; on the other, the church and the ruins of the castle perched on the rock and vividly detached upon the blue of the ether. The Abbe Gabriel, his... ...like the parsonage, of cobblestones and mortar, flanked by a face of solid rock, and roofed by the commonest round tiles, this church was decorated on... ...he post-house. The mother and sister kept silence. The two priests, seeing rocks ahead in many subjects, could neither talk indifferently nor allow th... ...ear in mind the relation of such institutions to human powers, 161 Balzac balancing advantages and injuries, and studying the past for the laws of th...

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The Blithedale Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...’s animation seemed entirely to have deserted her. She seated herself on a rock, and re mained there until Hollingsworth came up; and when he took he... ...myself, it grew to be a custom to spend the Sabbath afternoon at a certain rock. It was known to us under the name of Eliot’s pulpit, from a tradition... ...an scatter cheerfulness as it never could among the dark browed pines. The rock itself rose some twenty or thirty feet, a shattered granite bowlder, o... ..., but dwelt among damp mosses, though not akin to them. At the summit, the rock was overshadowed by the canopy of a birch tree, which served as a soun... ...lf perceptible glow of a transfiguration. I the more minutely describe the rock, and this little Sab bath solitude, because Hollingsworth, at our sol... ...slowly, with many a dreary pause,—rest ing the bier often on some rock or balancing it across a mossy 185 Hawthorne log, to take fresh hold,—we bore...

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On Heroes, Hero-Worship, And the Heroic in History

By: Thomas Carlyle

...o the Thinker and Prophet it forever is, preternatural. This green flowery rock-built earth, the trees, the mountains, rivers, many-sounding seas;—tha... ...us reverence and must ever reverence Great Men: this is, to me, the living rock amid all rushings-down whatsoever;— the one fixed point in modern revo... ...he Giant 19 On Heroes Hymir’s Cows are Icebergs: this Hymir “looks at the rocks” with his devil-eye, and they split in the glance of it. Thunder was ... ...ting a world with him. His blood made the Sea; his flesh was the Land, the Rocks his bones; of his eyebrows they formed Asgard their Gods’-dwell- ing;... ...ke, with those of the Hindoos. The Cow Adumbla, “licking the rime from the rocks,” has a kind of Hindoo look. A Hindoo Cow, transported into frosty co... ...god of it Gravitation and selfish Hunger; let us see what, by checking and balancing, and good adjustment of tooth and pinion, can be made of it!” Ben... ...teem the modern error, That all goes by self-interest and the checking and balancing of greedy knaver- ies, and that in short, there is nothing divine... ... They never formed a purpose, what one can call a purpose. They went about balancing expediencies, plausibili- ties; gathering votes, advices; they ne...

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