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Month: May 2019 The Scheme

Get out of this trap without assistance was impossible. Once had to save a few very interesting research, told Adam to go to the maze group and only in a bundle, not away from the checkpoint. From the first day he started to make a plan maze, counting the steps and checking the direction of the compass. Adam understood that the maze keeps a secret, but to open it, it was necessary to unravel the puzzle of rock unit. Cave studied several groups and each of They drew their drawing. But when we compare the scheme, they never coincide, which makes a study in confusion and uncertainty. Transitions and the corridors seemed endless. They were alike as two drops of water and brought to a frenzy of archaeologists. Finally, one group came across a second entrance to the labyrinth. Free passage, people came across the rock ridge, revealing yet another paved path. Adam was confident that she will to the same stele with an inscription. He sent all the excavation on the road, and he continued to explore the labyrinth device. Finding and letting the shortest path between two inputs, archaeologists reached out to him and held the rope lighting, which greatly facilitated the passage of the corridor. In addition to Adam's nobody dared to go into the side aisles. The spies while trying to follow him, but after several times lost and wandered through the dead ends in vain hope of finding out who want to spy on the head of the expedition left.

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Month: May 2019 Shakespeare Readers

What if they have an inherent flaw – What not to blame, then that nature is the source of His elect can not – Ile advantage of some properties, carrying away all the strength of reason. William Shakespeare the author of this note – not a biologist and not a physiologist. In fact, he even has no idea what "Epidemiology" are engaged in these same genes. Therefore, it is possible that the "Epidemiology", those genes involved in general may otfutbolit in the headline of this note issue to the experts some other profile. Actually, judging from the words of the epigraph, William Shakespeare himself, of course, on the orders of a superior author of this note on the mind, could not finally decide that interferes with the readers of his sonnets to understand their meaning. But today, it is probably a biological, physiological, mental or any other science yet risen to a level sufficient to explain the causes of many centuries of misunderstanding millions of readers referred to in the title of the sonnet. Incidentally, one of the reasons why in this article concerned the matter is that the translation by S. Marshak conveyed the meaning of this sonnet is almost right: it really does not have enough threads muse, When you you can give so much wonderful thoughts that we are not all on paper are worth repeating. And if I sometimes worth something, featuring myself the same thing. He struck dumb soul who is in your honor will not say anything.

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Month: May 2019 William Shakespeare

In general, a sonnet written by Shakespeare, 33 is simple and clear. You just have to read it carefully only, and not just like a flea, jumping from row to row, and from the sonnet to sonnet. Full many a glorious morning have I seen Flatter the mountain-tops with sovereign eye, Kissing with golden face the meadows green, Gilding pale streams with heavenly alchemy; Anon permit the basest clouds to ride, With ugly rack on his celestial face, And from the forlorn world his visage hide, Stealing unseen to west with this disgrace: Even so my sun one early morn did shine, With all triumphant splendor on my brow, But out, alack! he was but one hour mine, The region cloud hath mask'd him from me now. Yet him for this, my love no whit disdaineth, Suns of the world may stain, when heaven's sun staineth. The original text is divided into stanzas specifically for readers to easily find the string, which must account for obratit.obyazatelno In the first stanza – is the third row: Kissing with golden face the meadows green, … Kiss from a happy face green meadows … In the second stanza – the second line: With ugly rack on his celestial face, … with nasty grimace on his face exciting … In the third stanza – this is the second line, too: With all triumphant splendor on my brow, … From the majestic shine on my face … That is, selecting the three rows separated in all three stanzas, William Shakespeare and just made it clear that the last of these lines have to be seen (and translated) in exactly the same as the previous two. .

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