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What does SV mean in English?

What does SV mean in English? sub verbo (plural: sub verbis) or sub voce (plural: sub vocibus), “under the word” (plural: “under the words”); used to refer to an entry in a dictionary or encyclopedia. What does SV stands for? AcronymDefinitionSVStroke VolumeSVSmallvilleSVSievert (radiation dose unit of measure)SVSupport Vector (learning algorithms)94 What does SV stand for […]

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When was Ralph Waldo Emerson considered a successful writer?

When was Ralph Waldo Emerson considered a successful writer? In 1821, Ralph Waldo Emerson took over as director of his brother’s school for girls. In 1823, he wrote the poem “Good-Bye. In 1832, he became a Transcendentalist, leading to the later essays “Self-Reliance” and “The American Scholar.” Emerson continued to write and lecture into the […]

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What is the word for stating the obvious?

What is the word for stating the obvious? Stating the obvious is perhaps best stated as “self-evident.” For example, “A street is better than a little trail to connect those two large neighborhoods.” “That’s self-evident.” What is it called when you already know something? conversant. adjective. formal if you are conversant with something, you know […]

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How do humans affect dissolved oxygen?

How do humans affect dissolved oxygen? How do human activities affect the dissolved oxygen concentrations in water? This can indirectly cause lower dissolved oxygen concentrations be- cause warm water holds less oxygen. Phosphorus or nitrogen added to water can also indirectly affect oxygen concentrations. What affects dissolved oxygen levels in water? Dissolved oxygen concentrations are […]

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What can motivate me to study?

What can motivate me to study? Come up with a solid reason why you want to build better study habits, like getting better grades, doing well on tests, or having less stress around assignment deadlines. Create a routine you plan to follow every time you want to study, like going to a specific place at […]

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Why did you choose science as a career?

Why did you choose science as a career? Most students seem to be interested in science as it is challenging and feeds their sense of curiosity. Many people also indicated an interest in their future job prospects benefiting themselves and society. Finally, it appears that most students know why they are studying science (which is […]

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How does the Tok essay work?

How does the Tok essay work? The TOK essay is not primarily a research paper but it is expected that specific sources will be used and these must be acknowledged in a bibliography or works cited list. The bibliography or works cited list should include only those works (such as books, journals, magazines and online […]

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What we call music without a program?

What we call music without a program? Absolute music (sometimes abstract music) is music that is not explicitly “about” anything; in contrast to program music, it is non-representational. What is the difference between program and absolute music? Program music – music that has an extra-musical idea to go along with it. It might be a […]

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How Presidential Scholars are chosen?

How Presidential Scholars are chosen? Students are nominated through their Chief State School Officer (CSSO). Each CSSO can nominate up to five candidates who meet the U.S. Presidential Scholars candidacy requirements. Candidacy materials are mailed to the selected students, and they are invited to apply to the program. Do Presidential Scholars get money? It’s national […]

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How do you cite two editors?

How do you cite two editors? Multiple editors are formatted the same way as authors.List first editor with the last name first, followed by a comma and “editor.” Two editors are separated by a comma after the first author and the word and and are followed with a comma and “editors.” Only the first editor’s […]

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