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The meaning ofthe prefix in the word relationship
Word Origin and History for Relationship
1640s, "sense or state of being related," from relation + -ship. Specifically of romantic relationships by 1944.
Relationship in Medicine
relationship re·la·tion·ship (r?-l?'sh?n-sh?p')
- The condition or fact of being related; connection or association.
- Connection by blood or marriage; kinship.
on Jun 27, 2018
What are the pros and cons of a Donald Trump presidency?
I don't think I have enough time to list them all and it all depends on where you are on the social-economic ladder.
Pros - infrastructure spending
- lower incomes taxes
- deleting estate taxes
- rich end up much better off
Cons - lower income taxes - deleting estate taxes - less money for redistribution - welfare, old age, those less fortunate
- poor end up with less support services
- less public education
- less regulation of pollution, markets, banks, etc
That is just a start.
Trying Googling Trump Executive Orders and you can see who the winners and looser are. Each one has winners and loosers. For example, privatizing all education will be a great benefit to the rich, who already send their children to private schools and don't want to pay for public education of those that can't afford private education. This would hurt probably all those that can't afford private education, because they will have to pay for some sort of private education, whether they can afford it or not.
on Jun 06, 2018
Do Australians feel comfortable with 12 out of their 29 Prime Ministers being English (within one generation) and 15 being British?
The country has maintained its ties with the U. K..and monarchy. aIndeed, their prime minister can be dismissed via this link. Historically, it was settled largely by the English. Their government is based on the parlimentary model. Bear in mind that Australia is a relatively new country although an ancient continent with a native population having lived there about 60 thousand years. Part of the population would like Australia to be a Republic, the other part would like it to remain tied to the U. K. Although there is definitely an Australian culture, it is closer to British culture than U. S. culture. It does have some world class universities. One PM could speak Mandarin Chinese but was clearly Anglo. There is a tradition of giving people a fair go although there is more friction arising from conflicting ideas about settlement of refugees from the Middle East. Thus far, they are content to make use of talent where they find it and that includes the population from the U. K..although there are colorful names attached to this segment. You certainly see more British TV in Australia than you are ever exposed to in the U. S.. There is no restriction regarding country of origin for the PM's office, unlike the U. S. presidency.
on May 31, 2018
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