How to Say Heaven, Hell, Angel & God in Korean

2021.12.06 02:18 timpenrod How to Say Heaven, Hell, Angel & God in Korean

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2021.12.06 02:18 Goldeagle1123 German tanks and infantry advance through the ruined suburbs of Stalingrad, 12 November 1942

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2021.12.06 02:18 UnofficialMax I applied, couldn't pass up the opportunity

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2021.12.06 02:18 Puffer_Cookie PV custard

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2021.12.06 02:18 RecentMaterial8530 Real life photo of me after the game

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2021.12.06 02:18 nblmehm Meteor Shower!

Island is open! Celeste is here! Donation appreciated but not required! Message me for Dodo Code!
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2021.12.06 02:18 alittlebitstevie A not-so-typical holiday comedy: Just Friends w/Ryan Reynolds, Amy Smart, Anna Faris (2005)

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2021.12.06 02:18 Gullible_Ad5923 A letter from a woman in a retirement home thanking a local volunteer organization dated 1971.

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2021.12.06 02:18 goosey3535 Practicality over flash has its own kind of utilitarian style. I'm super proud of this version.

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2021.12.06 02:18 The_Tea_Party Royale high would improve a lot if they focused more on roleplaying aspects of the game

Don't get me wrong, making the game more inclusive, adding more items, changing prices, and making time slots for limited items longer is amazing, but one thing I've always wanted royale high to cover when it comes to updates is roleplaying.
I don't know about anyone else, but the main reason I started playing RH in the first place was that the idea of some princess fantasy roleplay seemed like so much fun. Roleplaying in the schools and hosting parties in my apartment were some of the best times I had in royale high. But as the game added things like trading, and the game got more focused on collecting items, money, and XP, like some type of repetitive simulator you can never win, the game I used to love eventually drained me, and I decided to semi-quit/go on hiatus. (this is not supposed to be some "trading bad, roleplaying good" take. trust me, I don't care if you like or hate trading or roleplaying.)
I feel like I and a lot of other players would've continued playing if the game focused both on the trading/item collecting aspects of the game and the roleplaying aspects. There's enough to have a decent roleplay in the game, with the most recent roleplaying updates being the island house realm, made over a year ago, and the anticipated new school update, which in all honesty is likely never going to come. But I feel like roleplaying realms (like the resort, enchantix, moonlight square, etc) should be reworked. They are really old, and reworking them may make roleplaying more fun and bring more attention to them. I also think the apartments should have other options for furniture like they do in one of the schools I believe. If there was even some gamepass where you could move furniture in your apartments like in bloxburg or adopt me, I would buy it in a HEARTBEAT. One thing I've always wanted in-game was for things on earth to be more interactive, like cars and shops.
I don't expect any of what I just said to be added let alone considered by devs, and even if they were to be added to the game it would take a LONG time to even finish one of the suggestions, especially since the new school that was first announced over a year ago hasn't even been released yet as I said before. But my point is that Royale high should add more roleplaying updates.
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2021.12.06 02:18 BattleCUM-2042 Boris’s sentry turret needs a buff

The spotting on the turret is great and should stay the way it is but the shooting is terrible. The turret isn’t very accurate, does very little damage and has very low range. It can be destroyed fairly quickly and all of this makes the turret not much of a threat.
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2021.12.06 02:18 wafflezcol My eyes! They butn from the light

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2021.12.06 02:18 Str0ng-H0ld Father Michael Goetz

Anyone attended Father Michael Goetz 1992 - 93 ?
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2021.12.06 02:18 ChairmanTman Report this as COVID misinformation

Report this as COVID misinformation Go ahead, smash that Report button to report the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Lisa Brosseau (Doctor of Science and Certified Industrial Hygienist), Angela Ulrich (PhD, MPH), Kevin Escandon (MD), Cory Anderson (MPH), and Michael Osterholm (PhD, MPH) as COVID misinformation.
https://www.acgih.org/covid-19-fact-sheet-worker-resp/
https://www.acgih.org/covid-19-fact-sheet-worker-resp/
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-1-science-behind-covid-19-protection
Did you notice something about the chart above? I did, especially considering the shortest class I've had at the Law School so far has been 60 minutes.
"Everyone talks about masks as if they are the only thing you need to stop the virus. They should be considered the LAST and WORST intervention. Vaccination, frequent testing, isolation, and especially ventilation are all much more effective." https://twitter.com/brosseau_lisa/status/1428535983813898246
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-1-science-behind-covid-19-protection
I'll say it again and will die on this hill: Masks are useless. Well-fitting NIOSH-certified respirators offer some protection for wearers and for source control, and are very effective if they are fit-tested. Unfortunately, outside of medical institutions, most people do not have a practical way to fit test their respirators.
"Masks have filters that do not efficiently capture smaller airborne particles and leave gaps around the mask that allow small particles to leak both in and out."
"Wearing masks provides an oversized illusion of control over a difficult-to-contain and still largely unknown [airborne] disease."
"Thus, the public should not rely on typical cloth or surgical masks to offer them much time beyond 15 minutes in a shared space with potential sources, even if others are also wearing masks."
It bears repeating: "These numbers are just estimates based on the CDC's 15-minute contact tracing time, which has no scientific basis. And the more transmissible Delta variant (lineage B.1.617.2) may require an adjustment to a shorter contact time."
And now the Omicron variant is looking like it is more transmissible than the Delta variant, so who knows what the times to infectious dose actually look like. Again these times are just estimates. Masks are not substitutes for physical distancing, reducing your duration of exposure, ventilation, filtration, or isolation. You can be infected in as little as a few seconds, even if everyone in an indoor space is wearing cloth or surgical masks. Or someone is wearing a N95 improperly that allows for a lot of leakage. Cloth/surgical masks and improperly fitted respirators have a lot of aerosol leakage and thus low filtration efficiencies AKA a lot of viral particles spewed into the air of an indoor space that can quickly deliver an infectious dose depending on conditions.
There are numerous variables that can increase or decrease the time to infectious dose. The number of people in a room, how many of them are partially vaccinated/fully vaccinated/boosted, how well ventilated and/or filtered the air in the room is, the size and physical characteristics of the room, how close you are to the infectious source, how long you are in the room, etc. You cannot assume a mask will protect you. You should wear a well-fitting N95 respirator or ideally a fit-tested N95 if you are around others in an indoor space. You cannot assume others' masks will be effective source controls. Others should wear well-fitting N95s or ideally fit-tested N95s for source control. It is important to note that even these measures can fail.
"It is time to lower the unrealistic expectations about masks—or any single intervention. Public health messaging needs to be focused on many interventions, starting with those at the top of the hierarchy. Masks offer very limited source control and personal protection and should not be considered a replacement for vaccination or equivalent to interventions such as limiting time and the number of people in a shared space or improving air movement."
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-2-what-makes-good-mask-study-and-why-most
This is not hard and we have known this for a long time now: Isolation > Vaccination > Distancing/Limiting exposure time > Ventilation > Filtration > Respirators > Masks
Conclusion If the UVA Admin truly wants to reduce transmission/prevalence, as I said at the beginning of the fall semester it must either amend SEC-045 to require well-fitting or fit-tested respirators, or move academic instruction back to Zoom. The exceptions for eating/drinking, instructors removing face coverings while behind plexiglass barriers that are at least six feet from students, cardio machines, supervised/instructed exercise classes, and for-credit drama, dance, and instrumental music activities while in indoor University spaces are unscientific and should be eliminated.
Further, well-fitting or fit-tested respirators must be required in all indoor spaces both on and off Grounds in Charlottesville, including communal residential spaces such as dormitories, unless it is a student's or their family's exclusive private residence and no others are present in that residence AND the air exhausted from that residence will not travel to other indoor areas of the building OR it will be filtered before being sent to other indoor areas of the building.
Or the Admin can admit that it does not care about transmission and is prioritizing butts in classroom seats over preventing transmission. And in doing so is relying primarily on vaccination to prevent transmission, and most importantly, hospitalization and death. And is secondarily relying on our academic buildings' excellent ventilation and filtration systems.
Remember, the Admin has not put any distancing, capacity, or duration measures into place. Instead, it has slapped a Band-Aid mask requirement on the transmission problem that heavily relies on cloth and surgical masks with extremely limited efficacy. A requirement that does not apply to numerous indoor areas with much higher risk profiles because they do not have the ventilation or filtration capabilities of our academic buildings.
P.S. Bonus quotations for Mr. "Objectively concluded that masks work and has been cited many times" u/swolsen15:
"This study took place when considerable infection had already occurred, meaning that subjects may have been seropositive before the study began. Baseline seropositivity rates were not reported for the communities where the study was conducted, although the authors report that 'baseline symptomatic seroprevalence among a random sample of 20% of the baseline blood draws was slightly higher in the control communities compared with intervention communities. Only subjects reporting symptoms during the study were offered testing, and less than half agreed to be tested for seropositivity, meaning that the final number included in the study was much smaller than the 340,000 potential participants.
Because asymptomatic infection is also an important feature of SARS-CoV-2 epidemiology, its measurement should be considered in transmission studies. Furthermore, seropositivity based on self-reported symptoms during the study period is not considered a highly reliable measure of infection, especially if seropositivity was not ruled out at baseline. This is because COVID-19 symptoms are not specific and are similar to those of many other respiratory conditions, viral or otherwise.
Second, the study authors provide limited details about the two interventions (cloth masks and surgical masks). They report no data on their filter efficiency, breathing resistance, or fit. Nor do they offer any information on their comfort or how easy they would be to wear over long periods. The surgical masks were washable, which suggests they differ from surgical masks used in US healthcare settings.
Finally, the authors indicate that, after the intervention, symptomatic seroprevalence was higher in control communities (adjusted prevalence ratio [aPR], 0.91; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.82 to 1.00), and that the relative reduction in risk was greatest in communities randomized to surgical compared to cloth masks or no mask (aPR, 0.89; 95% CI, 0.78 to 1.00). Note, however, that the confidence intervals for both measures were wide—indicating less confidence in the findings—and included 1.0. An aPR of 1.0 indicates that one cannot conclude that the masks provided any protection.
So, while this is the largest study to date of the effectiveness of masks in a community setting, the results must be interpreted within the context of these key study limitations."
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-2-what-makes-good-mask-study-and-why-most
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2021.12.06 02:18 plucky_poro Trading NFR snow owl and NFR silly duck

Comment below for age requests or trades. I can offer.
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2021.12.06 02:18 paulw1998 Different table for finals and rest of tournament.

So I have been going to this local 9-ball tournament on Diamond 9 footers race to 5 winners. Overall I have done very well in the tournament having gone 4 times, and splitting 1st 3 times and coming in 3rd another.
There are 6 tables in the room, 5 with very worn cloth and rails slow as mollasis with old cheap dirty balls and red circle cue balls. The remaining table has faster cloth where they only changed the bed and not the rail cloth (so they are grabby), rails that are much faster than the other tables, and super pro balls with red S cue ball that are relatively clean.
The last 2 weeks I have won the winners bracket only playing on the 5 similar tables. Then I got to the finals against a player who is about the same skill level as me and he had played almost all of his matches on the single different table. You can guess what happened next: I got creamed each time in the first set and after that we split.
There is basically no time to adjust during a race to 5 against a good similar player that already has the table down and you haven't played on it for 2 months or a week or whatever.
I've tried complaining about it before the match and the TD won't change it and says the finals must be played on that table.
So how would you handle it? Most of the time when I come in there the table is being used for gambling so I can't just go practice on it.
I like the tournament and I like the TD but it really sucks when you can get to the finals and feel that because of fundamental equipment inconsistencies you really don't have a serious chance to win regardless of how good you are playing.
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2021.12.06 02:18 Device90 Doctors?

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2021.12.06 02:18 Guilty_Strength_820 Daily dose of Ben the Lipperpillar: she tried to dissolve me but I’m still here 🐛❤️

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2021.12.06 02:18 Dillthepicklee Jae'Sean Tate PF Eligibility

Jae'Sean Tate has been playing both SF and PF, but for some reason he is only listed as SF on ESPN Fantasy Basketball. Can someone contact them and question them about this? Or just give me a link or email that I can contact them with
Here's the proof btw:
https://cleaningtheglass.com/stats/playe4806/positions#tab-team_efficiency
He should be lsited as SF/PF
Thanks
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2021.12.06 02:18 AudienceIll7272 Not really sure Please tell me

I been a EM fan his whole career but I can hardly remember him wearing chains. Am I more crazy than before now.
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2021.12.06 02:18 wayne888777 How to find free covid testing near midtown without insurance

Hello. I know there is so much info out there but whether you need insurance or not at those locations is so confusing. What is the best website to find a free testing site near midtown or manhattan...
Thank you!
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2021.12.06 02:18 StarJuice17 Is it best to go cold turkey?

I mean like drop everything to go clean. Or would it be better to try for just a week, then pleasure myself for getting there. By the time that I can last a week, I would try for longer. By doing this, I would have a “checkpoint” to aim for and to not feel down for not doing longer. Following the idea of not running a marathon from a couch, but have myself build up to it.
I’ve struggled for several years and have had some friends and family help me through it but I’ve still been crawling. Any advice would be helpful.
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