Etymology[ edit ] John LockeBritish philosopher active in the 17th century The origin of the modern concept of consciousness is often attributed to John Locke 's Essay Concerning Human Understandingpublished in The English word "conscious" originally derived from the Latin conscius con- "together" and scio "to know"but the Latin word did not have the same meaning as our word—it meant "knowing with", in other words "having joint or common knowledge with another".
Last time I talked with him, Marvin was studying Sanskrit. Nobody uses this acronym. Aggie is itself abbreviated Ag, with plural Ags.
Sine divided by cosine. Used in email subject headings, as for example on the Classics mailing listto indicate that the topic is tangential to the subject originally discussed under the rubric or not really on-topic for the list. Usually all-caps, which confusingly suggests an acronym. Also used as an adjective without the colon.
Whether OT, TAN, or some other code is used depends mostly on the accidents of a forum's history and composition.
Compare the business form. A state-administered program of federal US cash aid to indigent mothers. The pronoun his above is not meant to imply that the suit is male.
The suit may be female, or a eunuch of either sex, or both, or A Spanish flamenco dance, of Arabic origin. A sexy and complicated Argentine dance, and the music that goes with it.
The accordion player should emote like crazy, so the camera has something to go to when the dancers fall over. It takes two to tango because otherwise the woman would fall on her back and crack her head, and the man would look pretty silly gliding an air dance partner.
The dance is punctuated with sudden stops, so it's a bit of a skill to keep time with the syncopated music and look half-way graceful.
The dance is generally believed to be of African origin, but I think few people in Africa do ballroom jazz dance. Used as a profanity both the phrase and the acronym by characters in Larry Niven's "known space" novels and stories. The on-line route map is really hard to read.
I guess it's technically a 'kini 'cause the midriff is bare. You know, I remember in the early days of feminist social criticism until abouthow the party line was that girdles and bras and iron maidens were all tools of patriarchal oppression. Take it off first. Better yet, buy a more flattering sizeand burn it.
Happy days are here again, I suppose. I'm waiting for the articles in men's magazine s that explain how certain styles will flatter my figure.
You know -- should I go the double-breasted look to appear more imposing?
To correct for girlish shoulders, how much padding is too much? I've got a little too much tummy -- what to wear?! Here's an ironic disconfirmation of Mr. It was comically anachronistic, and just wrong in places where it wasn't impossible.
At one point, Octavius is shown lacing up his pants.- Ancient Greece, the birthplace of theatre, continues to greatly influence theatre today.
If you continue on our site, you consent to the use of such cookies. Special Effects in Ancient Greek and Modern Theater In ancient Greece, theater was a form of entertainment.
It was open to everyone – people did not have to pay a fee to be able to watch a stage play. At present, however, theater is not only a type of amusement but is likewise a moneymaking venture.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Consciousness is the state or quality of awareness or of being aware of an external object or something within oneself.
It has been defined variously in terms of sentience, awareness, qualia, subjectivity, the ability to experience or to feel, wakefulness, having a sense of selfhood or soul, the fact that there is something "that it is like" to "have" or "be" it, and the executive control.
Greek theatre was divided into three genres: Satyr plays, Comedies, and Tragedies. Satyrs are goat men, drinking buddies of Dionysus (god of wine) and known for their mischievous behavior.
Satyr plays were part of a ritual .