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Shakespeare's enduring popularity can be attributed to the breadth of genres he covered, the integration of his work into academia and the complexity and universality of his stories. Other popular writers cover comedies, histories or fairy tales, but Shakespeare's complete bibliography includes every type of character and story imaginable, adapted to modern audiences throughout history.

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The name Melanie was derived from a Greek word meaning "black, dark." It was a common name in France during the Middle Ages, and there was a saint by the name in the 5th century that gave away all of her money to charity. One of the most famous pop culture characters of the name was Melanie Wilkes from the novel and movie "Gone With the Wind."

In my experience, women named Melanie tend to be a bit arrogant and abrasive but they are also talented and very driven so they are often highly successful.

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Watered!
But if you are talking about form, then vapor maybe! The whole water cycle is just a loop anyways.

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Okay, there are many words you can use instead of asked.
I'll just make a list. Some of these words are weird. It depends on how you write the question or sentence.

questioned
requested
demanded
inquired
challenged
quizzed
examined
investigated
interrogated
queried
wondered (Ex: "Wait, we forgot about her. Where is Julie?" He wondered out loud.)

Books | Answered on Mar 24, 2017


Can I be honest with you?
Okay, look I'm no love guru, or some genius in the matters of love.
But, girl please get out of that situation. My inner-self is like " WHAT THE F**K ARE YOU DOING?"
I know you love him(I think), but maybe you guys aren't just fit together. Maybe, you guys would be better off as friends.Maybe it was a moment of attraction thing. Get a divorce, you're clearly trying to make some effort, but he doesn't reciprocate your feeling. If maybe he's scared, confused, or he has that weird "i'm a man" type of feelings about love. If he loves you, then he'll come back. Pretend if you do get the divorce, and he comes around, don't just accept him, you have to test him to see if he clearly loves you or he's back because he was just used to you. If he's truly a jerk then be a independent woman, everyone will respect you. If you stay there, it just shows you're just weak under him. You'll find a better affectionate and romantic guy who will accept you and your daughter.

Books | Answered on Mar 24, 2017


I have a bunch, but I'll list most of them.

Jane Eyre
To Kill a Mockingbird
Pride and Prejudice
Gulliver's Travels
The Odyssey
Emma
The Catcher in the Rye
******
The Great Gatsby
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
The Chronicles of Narnia
Moby-Dick
The Wizard Of Oz
The Three Musketeers
Hamlet
The Secret Garden
Sense and Sensibility

*Not in order of favorites, just randomness!!

Books | Answered on Mar 24, 2017


No, I'm a bookworm myself, and I had tons and tons of books. But, I had to throw them away, as my parents were fed up with it. Now I read online, and I have so many books in my digital library. No, that's not a lot of books. You can never have too much books.??

Books | Answered on Mar 24, 2017


Well, honestly I think naming a child, especially your first after a Harry Potter character is great. But, as great as that sounds, you also want to secure your child's future from bullying, anti-Harry Potter fans, and etc. But those are great names as Hermione also has a origin, and many people these days name their kids after things. I mean it's better than naming your child sexfruit,(yes, someone has seriously named their child this.) Truthfully, yes I think you should name your child after Harry potter character, but when they grow up, please do not relate them to the character his/her is named after. Ex: You named your child Hermione, do not get a hermione halloween costume unless she wants to.
And never ever compare them, and tell the child how similar they are.That's how they start to hate their name. That's all I guess!! Oh, don't name him/her the full character's name. That's like an easy target for bullies.

Books | Answered on Mar 24, 2017


Some are, some are not.

Books | Answered on Mar 14, 2017


Tom

Books | Answered on Mar 13, 2017

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syntax is perfect. I just tried on my Linux installation, with a column named "Normalized ULK1 IC50s" and with
your exact syntax, which worked well. Which platform do you use (Mac, Linux, Win32 or Win64 and which JRE)? I will then
retry under similar conditions.
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If it is the subject matter that fascinates you, you should discuss that with a professional. In North America, what transpires in the book is considered a criminal act.

Books | Answered on Feb 21, 2017


One Chance

Books | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


It would depend on the contract, some contracts buy the rights to a book, which means (again depending on the wording) that they own it, they can make changes to it and your book may turn out very different from what you intended. It also means they can sell it.
Authors need expert legal advice.
Research is an important part of writing, and researching publishing contracts and all that go with them is even more so. http://www.fonerbooks.com/contract.htm

http://www.ian-irvine.com/on-writing/the-truth-about-publishing/

Books | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


If you think there should be one, create it. Think it through and put it out there. That is how changes are made, one person at a time. Also most books stores do separate adult reading from teen or children reading. The trouble is with a system as above, who gets to decide what is violent and what is explicit.
Reading reviews of a book would help you, Amazon has reviews as well as Goodreads.

Books | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


A book is what you make of it. Some have made the same argument about the Bible.
I would argue that what is portrayed in 1984 happens now, only it is not Big Brother, or even so much the government, it is ads on T.V. telling us what to buy, eat, drink, wear, smell and how that will make us feel. The screen in 1984 and now are the same it is who is watching it and how they are living that will make a difference.

Books | Answered on Feb 07, 2017

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