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one of the hardest things to me is getting along with s specially colleague ones. jealousy, comparing, competing and etc make every thing s. i strongly believe that every one has his owns paths to achieve his goals! even if there are same goals, there are not same ways to them! have ur own goals, find ur own paths, and catch ur own stars! the world would be a better place if we let it be...french please :)celine dion - parler à mon père ... ادامه ...

استفاده ی چوب

anaximader of miletus , over there... was a friend and colleague of thales , one of the first people that we know of to have actually done an experiment. by examining the moving shadow cast by a vertical stick he determined accurately the lengths of the year and seasons. for ages , men had used sticks to club and spear each other. anaximander used a stick to measure time. آنا یماندروس از شهر میلیتوس ، دوست و همکار تالس بود. یکی از اولین انی که می دانیم یک آزمایش انجام داده است. با بررسی حرکت سایه های یک چوب عمودی به طور دقیق اندازه ی سال و فصل ها را به دست آورد برای قرن ها، بشر از چوب ها استفاده کرده است ، تا یکدیگر را با چماق و نیزه بزنند. آنا یماندروس از چوب استفاده کرد تا زمان را اندازه بگیرد. carl sagan / cosmos, a personal voyage e07 the backbone of night ... ادامه ...

ساختن فعل آینده

برای ساختن فعل آینده در زبان انگلیسیاز فرمول زیر استفاده می کنیم: فعل آینده=will+فعل (برای ساختن افعال +) و برای افعال منفی از:will'not+فعل به مثال های زیر توجه کنید: come on, i will help you sort the files. .you won’t finish it in just one day it will rain tomorrow anyway. .i will not do it tomorrow he won’t finish it in just one day. my colleague/phil won’t finish it in just one day. if i need help, i will tell you. i will not answer the phone. you will be sick if you eat all those sweets. will you meet him tomorrow? ?will he telephone you next friday ... ادامه ...

nobody will laugh - by milan kundera

nobody will laugh by milan kundera from laughable loves this translation 1999 aaron asher 1 "pour me some more slivovitz," said klara, and i wasn't against it. it was hardly unusual for us to open a bottle, and this time there was a genuine excuse for it: that day i had received a nice fee from an art history review for a long essay. publishing the essay hadn't been so easy—what id written was polemical and controversial. that's why my essay had previously been rejected by visual arts, where the editors were old and cautious, and had then finally been published in a less important periodical, where the editors were younger and less reflective. the mailman brought the payment to me at the university along with another letter, an unimportant letter; in the morning in the first flush of beatitude i had hardly read it. but now, at home, when it was approaching midnight and the bottle was nearly empty, i took it off the table to amuse us. "esteemed comrade and—if you will permit the expression—my colleague!" i read aloud to klara. "please excuse me, a man whom you have never met, for writing to you. i am turning to you with a request that you read the enclosed article. true, i do not know you, but i respect you as a man whose judgments, reflections, and conclusions astonish me by their agreement with the results of my own research; i am completely amazed by it. ..." there followed greater praise of my merits and then a request: would i kindly write a review of his article—that is, a specialist's evaluation—for visual arts, which had been underestimating and rejecting his article for more than six months. people had told him that my opinion would be decisive, so now i had become the writer's only hope, a single light in otherwise total darkness. we made fun of mr. z ... ادامه ...

in turkey, a syrian child ‘has to work to survive’

until now, turkey has spent billions of dollars caring for syrian refugees, providing them with free medical care and the right to an education. yet more than 400,000 children are still unable to attend school because most of the syrian families are living outside ps, mostly in poverty, and are struggling to secure work that pays enough to cover the basic necessities of food, clothing, rent and transportation, aid groups say.other factors preventing children from attending school include language barriers, confusion over enrollment procedures and transportation-related issues, said selin unal, a spokeswoman for the united nations refugee program in turkey.the turkish government introduced work permits for syrians in january to help stop exploitation in the labor market so that parents could earn enough to send their children to school. but only 10,300 syrians have gained the right to work under the new regulation, according to the ministry of labor, mainly because turkish employers have been reluctant to grant contracts that would require them to pay minimum wage.turkish officials have acknowledged the pitfalls of the labor laws and have vowed to increase the number of workplace inspections to help enforce the new regulations, which are aimed at providing higher incomes and cracking down on child labor.mrs. suleiman, ahmad’s mother, said she had not heard about the work permits and had recently had to quit her job washing dishes at a restaurant after her boss beat her when she complained that her $90 weekly pay was a month late.most of ahmad’s $60 weekly wages go toward the $270 rent for the narrow room where he lives with his mother and three siblings in istanbul’s low-income tarlabasi neighborhood.six days a week, ahmad leaves home at 8 a.m. and walks to a nearb ... ادامه ...

junior postdoctoral positions in phenomenology

positions in phenomenology dear colleague would you please kindly forward to potentially interested people the following announcement of six juniorpostdoctoral positions in phenomenology thank you very much in a ... nce belen gavela professor of theoretical physics uam and ift madrid _ six positions on particle physics phenomenology: neutrinos, dark matter, higgs physics and bsm phenomenology in general. application deadline december 11th. all applications must be submitted via http://www.elusives.eu/jobs, exclusively. these positions are intended as a first step towards postdoctoral research, with starting dates around thefall 2017, or earlier if convenient. they are esr (early stage researcher) positions of the horizon 2020itn elusives, with destinations at the following institutes: * universidad autónoma de madrid (uam) and institute for theoretical physics (ift) uam-csic* ippp at durham university (udur)* lpt (laboratoire de physique theorique, orsay), with the centre nationnal de la recherche scientifique (cnrs) (orsay)* university of valencia (uveg) and instituto de física corpuscular (ific)* international school for a ... nced studies (sissa)* university of padova (infn) elligible candidates may be of any nationality and at the time of recruitment: —> must be in the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers and have not yet beenawarded a doctoral degree. e. —> must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc) in the country ofdestination for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to the recruitment date. the network extends to: *beneficiaries in seven european countries: spain (universidad autonoma de madrid/ift, university ofvalencia/ific, university of barcelona), uk (durham university, university of ... ادامه ...

pseudo-scholarship about iran

pseudo-scholarship about iran: insulting cyrus the great tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getelementsbytagname(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getelementbyid(id)){js=d.createelement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentnode.insertbefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs'); var pfheaderimgurl = '';var pfheadertagline = '';var pfdisableclicktodel = 0;var pfhideimages = 1;var pfimagedisplaystyle = 'right';var pfdisablepdf = 0;var pfdisableemail = 0;var pfdisableprint = 0;var pfcustomcss = '';var pfbtversion='1';(function(){var js, pf;pf = document.createelement('script');pf.type = 'text/javascript';if('https:' == document.location.protocol){js='https://pf-cdn.printfriendly.com/ssl/main.js'}else{js='http://cdn.printfriendly.com/printfriendly.js'}pf.src=js;document.getelementsbytagname('head')[0].appendchild(pf)})(); --> share this: 1click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)1 click to share on tumblr (opens in new window) click to share on reddit (opens in new window) 1click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)1 click to share on pocket (opens in new window) by john limbert what is it about harvard that impels its people to produce pseudo-scholarly non-facts about iran? four years ago a presi­den­tial candidate and graduate of the harvard business school claimed that iran needed its alliance with syria to achieve “access to the sea.” perhaps they don’t use maps at the business school. a couple years ago, a former professor and secretary of state who received his ph.d. from harvard warned darkly about a newly reconstructed “persian empire” that was about to dominate the middle east. such ahistorical nonsense and geog hical mishmash never seems to die. in a recent time article called ... ادامه ...

anger mana ... ent

این مقاله به مدیریت خشم پرداخته و از انواع را ... ارها به تکنیک استفاده از ریل ... یشن، بازسازی شناختی، استفاده از تکنیک حل مساله، ارتباطات بهتر، تغییر محیط پرداخته است. anger is an emotion characterized by antagonism toward someone or something you feel has deliberately done you wrong anger can be a good thing. it can give you a way to express negative feelings, for example, or motivate you to find solutions to problems but excessive anger can cause problems. increased blood pressure and other physical changes ... ociated with anger make it difficult to think straight and harm your physical and mental health expressing anger the instinctive, natural way to express anger is to respond aggressively. anger is a natural, adaptive response to threats; it inspires powerful, often aggressive, feelings and behaviors, which allow us to fight and to defend ourselves when we are attacked. a certain amount of anger, therefore, is necessary to our survival. on the other hand, we can't physically lash out at every person or object that irritates or annoys us; laws, social norms, and common sense place limits on how far our anger can take us people use a variety of both conscious and unconscious processes to deal with their angry feelings. the three main approaches are expressing, suppressing, and calming. expressing your angry feelings in an ... ertive—not aggressive—manner is the healthiest way to express anger. to do this, you have to learn how to make clear what your needs are, and how to get them met, without hurting others. being ... ertive doesn't mean being pushy or demanding; it means being respectful of yourself and others. anger can be supp ... ادامه ...