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2021.11.27 03:18 IncompleteRiver Lord of the Flies Flag

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2021.11.27 03:18 hijikatakonoyaro Help on how to create byte blocks in Google slides.

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So I want to insert, blacks of 0s and 1s like shown in above image, one way I can see my self doing is inserting table of 1row and n columns, but is there anything other than that, that I can do ???? And I apologize in advance if I am breaking in rules of subredddit
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2021.11.27 03:18 Nusrathjahan Our newest calendar from the moon has arrived!

Our newest calendar from the moon has arrived! And we feel it’s about time we update the community again on our newest goals which focus on bringing the #STO industry to new heights
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2021.11.27 03:18 himuboiishere 🌶️

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2021.11.27 03:18 posterizeee I’m having a lot of fun

I agree with a lot of the opinions being posted and maybe I am naive to think that 343 will do their best to fix them.
This is the first time since Halo 3 that I have enjoyed playing online multiplayer, even by myself.
Progression is painfully slow, agreed. In game purchases are all over the place and inconsistent. You can’t select the specific game type, yet. But, It’s only been out for a few weeks and this is the type of game that will be around for many years. It’s still in Beta! I’m hoping they will continue to build on what they have released and improve it over time, while listening to the criticism.
Goddamn it’s good to be playing Halo again.
One side question - in their promotional videos and interviews didn’t they imply the idea that they wouldn’t make certain armour sets and a majority of the unlockables available for purchase? You had to earn them? Am I making this up? Money wins in this situation I guess. Too many people willing to spend the money, which isn’t a terrible thing, as long as it doesn’t become the focus.
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2021.11.27 03:18 LordFlipyap I prompted Wombo AI with Titanfall. I'm sure it's already been done.

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2021.11.27 03:18 YoureFinallyAsleep It just taunts me

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2021.11.27 03:18 FoamFury Too busy? Im new, please advise. Thank you!!

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2021.11.27 03:18 ToddJustWorks Praise Todd Howard

Praise The Legendary Game Developer Todd Howard
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2021.11.27 03:18 UmbralUroboros (24m) I have never experienced a real relationship, but somehow lots of abuse in strange ways

Hi, I feel kinda weird talking about this but I've been wrestling with this horrible feeling for 4 years and even after everything I've done I still feel like I'm nowhere. I wish I could get over this, but I get so unmotivated and lonely that I just start to cease functioning right. I've been shouldering problems and giving advice to my friends for as long as I can remember, but nobody can ever solve mine. So please, help me. I'll even accept criticism.
I had someone I liked in middle school and I got a whole bunch of roses from my own flower shop and gave them to everyone. I was going to give my red rose to her, but this asshole did it instead. He gave a white and she gave it back and took a red one instead. It was beautiful, but I felt horrible. I tried to go with someone else instead when I reached high school, but this is where the weird stuff happens.
This new person already had someone, so I wanted to be friends instead because well... what else are you going to do? Well, she said yes, except she would always do weird stuff like caressing my face and stuff. Friends don't do that! Finally, before she graduates I write to her a letter saying that, ya, I like her. But I can't get in the way and I'm a problem to her friend circle so we should just say goodbye with no regrets. Well...
She tells me my letter was disgusting. Wtf? And just leaves. Then some girls pin me to a wall trying to hump me IN FRONT OF THE PAST GIRL I LIKED WTF?! Then tells me I liked it because I'm a man. Yep, double broken heart, molested and I'm the jerk apparently. My friends all reveal they want me too (including a guy friend) and I say no so they all leave me. I'm not making this shit up. It continues in college too! I try to get over my school trauma, and the next couple people I date either ignore me, take my valentines chocolate and run away never to be seen again, or bring their friends along to scope me out ON A DATE.
All of this happened, and I still don't even know what a kiss is like. People keep wanting to use me instead of love me. And no, please don't use my story for some man rights shit. That's not what this is about. I'm emotionally hungry, but I really don't feel comfortable with expressing myself to anyone now. I need help please.
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2021.11.27 03:18 kilzfillz get a load of this LVM 💅

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2021.11.27 03:18 Scott_TargetTestPrep GRE Critical Reasoning: 6 Key Tips for Mastery


GRE Critical Reasoning: 6 Key Tips for Mastery
Critical Reasoning (CR) questions, which are sometimes called “paragraph argument” questions, are a type of GRE Reading Comprehension question that challenges your thinking skills across a wide range of situations that require critical analysis, logical reasoning, and attention to detail. In fact, some test-takers find Critical Reasoning GRE questions to be the trickiest questions in the GRE Verbal section. So, to master GRE CR, you must become skilled in analyzing arguments and handling answer choices that are cleverly worded to trick, trap, and confuse you.

Critical Reasoning (CR) questions are a type of GRE Reading Comprehension question that challenges your thinking skills across a wide range of situations that require critical analysis, logical reasoning, and attention to detail.
In this article, we’ll cover 6 key tips that you can use to master GRE Critical Reasoning. First, however, let’s review some Critical Reasoning basics and the different GRE CR question types.
The Basics of GRE Critical Reasoning
First let’s get straight how many Critical Reasoning questions are on the GRE. Of the 40 Verbal Reasoning questions you see on the GRE, 3 to 4 will be Critical Reasoning questions. In addition, you will see a few Critical Reasoning-style questions asked about some of the more standard Reading Comprehension passages. So, CR-type questions will represent about one-sixth of the questions you see on the GRE verbal section. All of the Critical Reasoning questions that appear on the GRE are designed to test your skill in making and analyzing arguments and plans.
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Each Critical Reasoning question starts with a stimulus, usually a short passage of about 70 words or fewer, followed by a question about the passage. Then, the answer choices will appear in one of two formats: you’ll see either 5 answer choices, of which 1 will be the correct answer to the question, or 3 answer choices, of which 1, 2, or 3 will correctly answer the question. Regardless of whether the answer choices are in the 5-choice format or the 3-choice format, your task will be essentially the same: to determine whether each choice you are faced with is logically related to the stimulus in the way defined by the question.
The passages in GRE Critical Reasoning questions discuss subjects such as business, science, government, and history, to name a few, but you don’t need to have any specialized knowledge of such subjects in order to answer CR questions. The only information you may need other than that presented by the passages will be information that is considered “common knowledge.” For example, to correctly answer a CR question, you might need to know that revenue is the money a company receives from customers, but you would not need to know what accelerated depreciation is. The first is common knowledge, while the second is specialized accounting knowledge.
Simply put, CR questions do not test your level of knowledge; they test your skill in logically analyzing information presented to you. So, what you need for correctly answering CR questions is skill in the use of logic, along with attention to detail and an ability to avoid mental traps.
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Now that we know the basics of CR questions and what CR questions on the GRE test, let’s take a look at the various types of CR questions.
GRE Critical Reasoning Question Types
There are 7 major Critical Reasoning GRE question types:
  1. Identify the Assumption: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that states an assumption upon which the argument depends.
  2. Weaken the Argument: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that presents a fact that would weaken the argument or cast doubt on the conclusion.
  3. Strengthen the Argument: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that presents a fact that would strengthen the argument or support the conclusion.
  4. Inference: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that states a conclusion that follows from the information presented in the passage.
  5. Resolve the Paradox: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that presents a fact that would resolve or explain a situation that appears to be paradoxical.
  6. Complete the Passage: Questions of this type ask you to find the answer choice that best completes an uncompleted passage.
  7. Boldface: Questions of this type ask you to determine what roles parts of a passage play in an argument.
Of these 7 types of questions, the first 3 — Assumption, Weaken, and Strengthen — are the ones that appear most often on the GRE. However, you never know what mix of questions you’ll see on test day. So, it’s important to be prepared to handle questions of any of these types. The good news is that answering CR questions of any of these types takes the same basic set of skills: skill in analyzing arguments, skill in understanding what the questions are asking, and skill in telling the difference between tempting incorrect choices and correct answers.
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Now, let’s take a look at some key GRE Critical Reasoning tips.
Tip #1: When Answering a Critical Reasoning Question, Read the Passage First
Many people wonder whether it’s best to read the passage first or the question stem first when answering a GRE Critical Reasoning question. My strong suggestion is that you read the passage first, and here’s why.
Understanding the passage of a GRE CR question is the foundation of correctly answering the question. If you don’t understand the passage, the probability that you’ll answer the question correctly is pretty slim. On the other hand, if you totally understand the passage, which answer choice is the best may be quite obvious. In fact, I’ve seen students’ Critical Reasoning performance improve radically just because they started making a point of fully understanding the passages. So, when you’re answering a CR question, complete understanding of the passage is a priority.
Accordingly, when you’re reading the passage, you don’t want to be distracted by anything, such as the question stem. However, if you read the question stem before reading the passage, you’ll be reading the passage with the question stem in mind, rather than simply doing your best to fully understand the passage. As a result, you may miss key details of the passage that you would have picked up on had you not had the question stem in mind as you read the passage, and here’s the thing.
You can read and understand a given argument perfectly well without reading the question first. After all, you don’t need to know that, to correctly answer the question, you’ll have to, for instance, weaken the argument, in order to recognize that you are reading an argument that works in a certain way.
Also, you may waste precious time by reading the question stem first because you will likely have to read the question stem again after you’ve read the passage in order to make sure that you’re answering the correct question as you go through the answer choices.
So, my advice is, for best results, when you’re answering a Critical Reasoning question, read the passage first.
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Tip #2: Learn to Identify the Parts of an Argument
Arguments are made up of the following key elements:
We can think of an argument as if it were a math equation:
(any background info) + Evidence + Assumption = Conclusion
Learning to identify these key parts of an argument in a passage can make a big difference in your Critical Reasoning performance because, by understanding which parts of the argument are which, you’ll put yourself in a better position to determine how the answer choices relate to the argument. For instance, if in order to correctly answer a question, you have to find a choice that strengthens the support for the conclusion of an argument, you’ll be in a much better position to find that choice if you understand exactly what the conclusion of the argument is than you will be if you only have a general idea of the point of the argument.
With that in mind, let’s discuss the elements of an argument in a bit more depth.
Evidence or Premises
Most, though not all, Critical Reasoning passages will include some evidence, or premises. Premises are statements of fact that support the argument’s conclusion. They’re the reasons the author of the argument gives for believing that the conclusion is true.Now, a key thing to understand about the premises in Critical Reasoning arguments is the following. Unlike in the real world, in which we might question whether statements made by someone in support of a conclusion are true, in the world of CR, the premises are considered facts. In other words, we always consider the premises in a GRE Critical Reasoning argument true.
To read the complete article, please view Target Test Prep's blog.
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2021.11.27 03:18 geseguitead i don’t know how, but these are getting worse and worse

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2021.11.27 03:18 yamato-takeru Event does not work

Event does not work If a country has a vassal state in the Molucca Trading Company range, and the sovereign state has a vassal state in that range, the event that automatically transfers the vassal state to the vassal state will not work. I'm writing this with reference to "Rightful Ownership".
namespace = colonize_it_e_land_transfer country_event = { #vassal id = colonize_it_e_land_transfer.1 title = none desc = none picture = none is_triggered_only = yes hidden = yes trigger = { overlord = { any_owned_province = { controlled_by = THIS trade_company_region = trade_company_moluccas } } } immediate = { overlord = { country_event = { id = colonize_it_e_land_transfer.2 } } } option = {} } country_event = { #overload id = colonize_it_e_land_transfer.2 title = none desc = none picture = none is_triggered_only = yes hidden = yes trigger = { } immediate = { every_owned_province = { limit = { controlled_by = THIS trade_company_region = trade_company_moluccas } save_event_target_as = colonize_it_province_transfer } event_target:colonize_it_province_transfer = { cede_province = FROM } } option = {} } 
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2021.11.27 03:18 KINGCODEREd After So Long

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2021.11.27 03:18 sataniumm hey, so i got my lip pierced a 4 days ago and i was wondering if this is a healing process or an infection. i brush my teeth after every meal and i clean my piercing 3 times a day with salt water

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2021.11.27 03:18 WilburRochefort I've attained Nirvana

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2021.11.27 03:18 CraigD_California A Great Day in LA!

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2021.11.27 03:18 No_Ad_1482 They seems to be very happy...oh wait

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2021.11.27 03:18 Particular-Cry-778 I don't think knowing is going to help you much at this point sir....

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2021.11.27 03:18 therealcocochanel 2008 Lenkey Pinceszet Tokaj

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2021.11.27 03:18 Kiceres Food storage

So, I have to plan my weekly food in advance, and weekend is a perfect opportunity! But this week, I only have Saturday to make the preparation. Will foods hold well in fridge until next Friday? I am talking about rice (plain boiled) and chickpeas (plain boiled). Any recommendations for other cooked foods in general?
TIA
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2021.11.27 03:18 2Bae4Me Noob Question: How do get rid of the 5 paid gems...? Everything is like in 10s or 100s so it's like kinda out of place lmao

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