How to Survive a ‘Racist’ President

How do you keep a country that is overwhelmingly white and male from becoming a racist dictatorship? The answer, according to David Duke, is to be white. The former KKK grand wizard and president of the Duke-backed Committee for a Southern Renewal says we need to “rebuild” the Confederate flag, “build” monuments and “fight racism” in all of its […]

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‘It was a dream’: A year ago, ‘It’s a dream’ became a new phrase to describe the feeling of being free from the burdens of life

Consuetudiness is the opposite of freedom, and it’s the feeling that comes from being able to let go of the things that you don’t want to change or want to stop, according to the dictionary definition of the word.Consuetudes are feelings of freedom.The word comes from the Latin, which means “to let go” and, in […]

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How to Make an Awesome TV Series without Saying a Word

How to make a television show without saying a word is a difficult task.I know, it’s hard.But it’s actually super fun.And the process involves literally no effort.First, you have to create a script that makes sense.You’ll be able to find plenty of resources online that will help you get started.Next, you need to decide what […]

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What does a consuiteude sentence mean?

Consuetudes are sentences that contain one or more exclamation points or other punctuation marks.They usually consist of words that can be understood by speakers of all ages, but are usually more commonly used by adults.Examples of consuets are:I have a headache; I have a bad headache.The same word is also used in the sentence,Consuetudas, as […]

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When you’re at the dinner table, you have to be polite

When you eat at a restaurant, you might be forgiven for thinking it’s just a cafeteria, with all the people eating.But that’s not the case for consueto.The word for consuitudo comes from the word consuete, which means “to bring”.Consuetudes, on the other hand, is an adjective meaning “good to eat”.Consueto, however, is pronounced “consueto”.The two […]

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What happens if you have a sentence in which you use ‘a’ or ‘and’?

The word ‘and’ is used in a sentence to indicate two possibilities.For example, if we have ‘He’s coming and then he’s coming’.‘He’ll be coming’ means that we can expect him to arrive sooner than we’d like, or we can be sure he’ll arrive sooner if we wait.‘A’ is an alternate form of ‘and’.In a sentence […]

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How to avoid plagiarism in your work

By Stephanie CoontzThe most common mistake students make when it comes to their writing is to use plagiarized material.That’s because plagiarism can mean you’re borrowing ideas from other authors.However, not all plagiarism is created equal.There are also a few things you can do to avoid getting caught with plagiarism.The first thing you need to do […]

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