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Compliments in English

One of the nicest things you can do in any language is to compliment someone. You might want to compliment someone on what they did, how they look or what they have. Here are forms and phrases to compliment others in English. The examples below are arranged into complimenting ability, complimenting looks, and complimenting possessions in both formal and informal situations.
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Selective Permeability Definition and Examples

Selectively permeable means a membrane allows the passage of some molecules or ions and inhibits the passage of others. The capacity to filter molecular transport in this manner is called selective permeability. Selective Permeability Versus Semipermeability Both semipermeable membranes and selectively permeable membranes regulate the transport of materials so that some particles pass through while others can't cross.
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Cleopatra VII: The Last Pharaoh of Egypt

The last pharaoh of Egypt, Cleopatra VII (69-30 BCE, ruled 51-30 BCE), is among the most recognized of any Egyptian pharaoh by the general public, and yet most of what we 21st-century people know of her are rumors, speculation, propaganda, and gossip. The last of the Ptolemies, she was not a seductress, she did not arrive at Caesar's palace wrapped in a carpet, she did not charm men into losing their judgment, she did not die at the bite of an asp, she was not stunningly beautiful.
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Italian Sayings Using the Word Mangiare

Whether or not one has spent time in Italy, the word Mangia! is one of those terms that transports us instantly to a crowded dinner table and reminds us of the self-evident reputation of Italians as incorrigible gourmands. Without a doubt, popular culture and the overabundance of Italian and Italian-inspired restaurants throughout the world have made this word-Eat!
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Start Tutoring From Home

Starting a tutoring business in addition to classroom teaching works well for part-time teachers. With plenty of time and sanity left for a few hours of one-on-one tutoring in the afternoons or weekends, tutors can enrich lives and bank accounts. If you have the availability to add more duties to your schedule, consider taking on additional pupils by planning and implementing a tutoring business plan.
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Biography of Dorothy Vaughan, Groundbreaking NASA Mathematician

Dorothy Vaughan (September 20, 1910 - November 10, 2008) was an African American mathematician and computer. In her time working for NASA, she became the first African American woman to hold a supervisory position and helped the institution transition to computer programming. Fast Facts: Dorothy Vaughan Full Name: Dorothy Johnson Vaughan Occupation : Mathematician and computer programmer Born : September 20, 1910 in Kansas City, Missouri Died: November 10, 2008 in Hampton, Virginia Parents: Leonard and Annie Johnson Spouse: Howard Vaughan (m.
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