Posts Tagged ‘References’



by HFCadmin ·

The door opened, and entered the ward nurse and a man in his hand which Adam saw the telephone. – How are we feeling? – Asked the nurse the patient, checking out his thermometer. And without waiting for an answer, continued: – Main doctor allowed you to meet with relatives. He ordered the set in your house phone, because you go a bit early. The man hooked up the phone and put the unit on a chair next to the good hand of Adam. Nurse straightened the blanket and pillow, after which both came out of the chamber.

Adam was a sparrow and fired at the chaff he is up to snuff. He immediately suspected a trick. How did it suddenly ordered the chief medical officer to set the phone here, when the patient archaeologist about it does not even stutter? Is not that he is an important bird to rest in a private room with a personal phone. 'Not otherwise as chief medical officer kindled a passionate love to me. I could believe in such a situation, if it were woman, or I at least would have been terribly famous.

But this mustachioed cockroach can not call my fervent admirer! Everything is made explicit with the filing of 'Beh-Beh. " So the phone and listening and all I have under the hood. You can no longer doubt that the stone was already in Korvella. If he did not know anything about Ruby, I am no one would give such attention.


Spirit and Nature

by HFCadmin ·

Nature knows no effort – this savagery. Spirit, not knowing the effort – is the lack of roots and essence. Mann Sonnet 66 by William Shakespeare, certainly not the easiest of his work, including the British themselves. Tired with all these, for restful death I cry, As to behold desert a beggar born, And needy Nothing trimm'd in jollity, And purest faith unhappily forsworn, And guilded honour shamefully misplaced, And maiden virtue rudely strumpeted, And right perfection wrongfully disgraced, And strength by limping sway disabled, And art made tongue-tied by authority, And Folly (Doctor-like) controlling skill, And simple Truth miscall'd Simplicity, And captive good attending Captain ill: Tired with all these, from these would I be gone, Save that to die, I leave my love alone. It is true, then it is understood that a sonnet by Shakespeare's contemporaries and fellow countrymen, yet closely guarded secret.

But the fact that after the era of Shakespeare not in the same period the following, including the current understanding of the sonnet as it was not, or not, as they say, is a medical fact. The simplest example – a phrase a beggar born in the second row of the original. Which dictionary take, though heavy print, though compact electronic, any of them will show that we are in these English words is a question of innate panhandler. That beggar, not a beggar. After all beggars are very often not the poor people. But innate tendency to still make them beg for his rank, title, fees, grants, and so on and so forth.