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(english to english dictionary containing references)


What does "sowing volatile levels of discontent" mean?


(objects, viz. those which are false English sentences)


Abandon (agg) desert, uninhabited. Es.- This building is abandoned, there's nobody in here ( "this building is desert,

there is nobody inside"). It does not mean:

abandoned (in English "forsaken").


Actually (avv) in realtà. (Chambers) into reality. Es.- Norm was no plumber; he was actually an FBI agent ( "Norm was not a plumber, was in reality an FBI agent"). It does not mean currently (in English "nowadays").


Agitated (agg) scosso, turbato. Doug was so agitated when they fired him that he broke his boss's nose ( "Doug was so shocked by the news of his dismissal by breaking the nose to his head"

No means: troubled.


Annoying (agg) seccante, fastidioso. (agg) annoying, annoying. Es.- Old Barnaby has a way of annoying people when he invites himself to lunch. ( "The old Barnaby knows just become annoying when autoinvita lunch"). Non vuol dire:
annoiante. It does not mean: annoiante


Aperitive (sost) purgante. (sost) purgante. Es.- I had too much to eat at lunch, but an aperitive is not going to make me feel any better ( "I ate too much at lunch but is not that a purgante I will be able to feel much better"). Non vuol
dire: aperitivo. It does not mean: aperitif


Arrange (v) (con "for + "to") sistemare; far in modo di.Es.- Gerry arranged for his son to go to a good college (" Gerry made sure that his son frequentasse a good college "). Not means: arrange or arrangiarsi


Ass somaro; sciocco, persona (volgare); deretano (nell'inglese degli USA). somaro; foolish person (vulgar); "Nativity scenes traditionally feature an ox and an ass" ( "Traditionally in the crib include an ox and a somaro"); "He's always getting things wrong - he's a silly ass" ( "It is always wrong - is a fool"); "He likes women with big asses" ( "He likes women sit with the great"). Non vuol dire: asso. It does not mean: ace.


Bank Holiday festa comandata, ufficiale. commanded feast, Journal. Es.- Sunday's a bank holiday - why do not we have a picnic? ( "Sunday is a feast, because we are not a picnic?") It does not mean: bank holidays


Bare (v) denudare, scoprire (anche fig.); (con "it" e "all") esibire le proprie nudità. (v) denudare, discover (also fig.); (with "it" and "all") to show their nakedness. Es.- The protesters bared it all in front of the police. ( "The demonstrators are denudarono opposite the police") It does not mean: coffin, cheat.


Basement (sost) seminterrato. (sost) basement. . Es.- I keep my spanners, screwdrivers, and car parts in the basement ( "I want British keys, screwdrivers and replacement car in the basement").

It does not mean: basement.(British keys (spanners)

whitworth whatelse)


Blank (sost) spazio vuoto. The student could not finish the essay and left a big blank on the paper. (sost) empty space. The student could not finish the essay and left a big blank on the paper. ( "to the student failed to finish the theme and left a large white space on the page"). Non vuol dire: bianco. It does not mean: white.


Dog (sost) bastone, canna (da zucchero). . (sost) stick, cane (sugar). When the pickpocket tried to reach for his purse, the old man beat him with his dog ( "when the borseggiatore tried to bring off the portfolios, the elderly picchìo with the stick") . Non vuol dire: cane It does not mean: dog


Cannot (sost) gergo incomprensibile. (sost) incomprehensible jargon. Es.- What is this cant? Es. Cannot What is this? Can't you speak English for once? ("cos'è questo gergo incomprensibile? Non puoi parlare chiaro una volta tanto?"). Can not you speak English for once? ( "What is this incomprehensible jargon? You can not speak out for once?"). Non vuol dire: canto It does not mean: hand


Restroom(sost) toilets (U.S.). It does not mean:

a room where rests.


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1. Accents placed on each Word, directing to their true Pronunciation. 2. Asterisms, distinguishing those Words of approv’d Authority from those that are not. 3. Their various Senses and Significations, in English, and also
Freench and Lain'tin, for the sake of Foreigners, who desire an Acquaintance with the English Tongue. 4. The Idiom, Phrases, and proverbial Sentences, peculiar to it. A work useful for such as would understand what they read, and hear; speak what they mean in a proper and pure Diction; and write true English.


( Glow wormes may Peep, when Sable night a'Bright)
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End of the first part? No more published - The poet. A poem.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
it's all reading as if written in identity,

lookit!

.oho/me. .bod/i/ly. .uho/us/e.

the topos only bonely solong

as nice weather wets yr letters

burn'd oot wrld y'know

crusoso as always, stonn oppen unless

nummrous thideangs glazed wrain

waterwrit wyrd whove urd werden

given rollroll datumdie

dé trumpf dé radrandom umbletum

o'er__________________________w h i t e s p a c e

thru pages apaper air, uncuum

& ancing past chants de L'absence

]et j’ai lu tous les livresFuir!

Le vide papier la blancheur,

Lève l’ancre!

"power of the midnight sky"

inmidnightuphighrisingskies!

(demandez au vent et le vent)

split filaments nonsmudge orientfold

brokeblack-carbon nearly pure,

nearly -

hichroma flax fibrils finely aligned

& unlock'd to humskull

shaking darkness on shadow shoulders,

root-tomb half-gone hotblotted

holes or holes gravdugger soilftly,

moistmass Earth, no mouth nay tongue

nor throat choking clammy cadaver,

slab such slabs.

'threadthread(needle)threadthread'

the death of death

stealing breath for dead :

Croit encore à l’adieu suprême des mouchoirs!

( ause.p )

cagey mazes muchmeso, maybe 50/50%

amples of xample such as

bashoing notes yìjīngly wordwinged -

foor thee biirds ) ( fr th brds

- dolphy does it too, tranechasin'

noisy nests 'n shellin' eggs

a'yolk yonder beyond all possibilities :

an everwoking whirrled nightshiny

in ornithology alive:

(symbol happens)

everything else,

word.

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«(back to birth,deep for death)«


.set the controls for the

art of the summonings.)))»»»



∆(summum bonum)Ω




2 commenti:

Autho Unknowd ha detto...

Dear Customer,

Thank you very much for reading your googs from ww/ow. A summary of your memory can be memorized for times like tommorow.

Please continue wreading this wrottings acause uno don't dos and dos not tres three spaced traces for cero say roll,no?

¡se!

Friends,
Is the intranet destroying
the Enghghlish language?

(Å).If we need to (and, we can)

introduce a detection
threshold for the probability of occurrence of a *valid* 8-byte string --
or 26+bet aleph which may be 0.6 or 0.2 or whatever we may obtain

from our linguistic model
over a glotto of actual words and word glossings which were pre-selected
for sequences, that is to say: so goes the ox-plow - turn,turn,turn.
(et cetera)

home,home on the plaintext range
where the ligual-locos slur strange

The closet of counsells, conteining the aduice of diuers wyse philosophers, touchinge sundry morall matters, in poesies, preceptes, prouerbes, and parrables, translated, and collected out of diuers aucthors, into Englishe verse: by sole Honourable Lourde Autho Unknow'd wherunto is anexed a pithy and pleasant discription of the abuses: and vanities of the wordey woide vvorlde.

By troylloyd Poet..."; line 4, between ’Allegiance’ and ’to’: "now"; page 2: line 2: ’Whose’ crossed out and replaced by "whouse o ghost"; line 9: ’Flay an Entymology from its Cassock skin’ altered to "an Emo tightjean'd for his Cassock skin, flea."; line 13: ’No’ altered to "Nor nor neverer"; line 17: ’No Ideas But In Things’ altered to "Both! : ¡thideangs! .©"; line 20: ’Would’ altered to "woont"; page 3: line 21: ’ashcan’ altered to "wastebasket"; page 5: line 17: ’untrussers’ altered to "Intruders"; page 6: line 8: ’Interpret’ altered to "T’Interpret".

HURL YR THUNDERBOLT
EVEN UNTIL DEATH

"writing cannot express all words, words cannot encompass all ideas."
- Confucius

-Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda-

Amidst the polyphony (or cacophony) arising out of this scene, where, in the words of another wordless word, ‘the humanities, along with some of the "softer" social sciences like anthropology and sociology, have been the battlefields of the extended Kulturkampf’, no areas of study become more challenging than those whose parameters encompass none or less different disciplines of klippoklistra googpooming.

{.Paragrafted Ghlossary
in Airglow 'Patapixel.}

Aetiology--the study of origins or beginnings.

Anoxic--completely lacking in oxygen.

Apocryphal--a work whose authenticity or authorship is in doubt.

Apoptosis--programmed cell death, the body's normal method of disposing of damaged, unwanted, or unneeded cells.

Apostrophe--a sudden turn from the general audience to address a specific group or person or personified abstraction absent or present.

Back Orifice--a program developed and released by The Cult of the Dead Cow (cDc), it is not a virus; instead, it is a remote administration tool with the potential for malicious misuse.

Backwardation--a market condition in which futures prices are lower in the distant delivery months than in the nearest delivery month.This may occur when the costs of storing the product until eventual delivery are effectively subtracted from the price today.

Baffle Box--a device through which dice are dropped to randomize a roll,the dice are deflected and jostled about as they fall through the box.[Every Thought sends forth one Toss of the Dice]

Biblioclast--a destroyer of books.

Biomimetics--study of the structure and function of biological substances to make artificial products that mimic the natural ones.

Bird--taxonomic class of terrestrial vertebrates that are characterized by endothermy and feathers; descended from some group of reptiles (or possibly dinosaurs).

Bouki--derived from the word for "hyena" in the West African Wolof language.

Buzz Sessions--small, informal group discussions.

Chiliocosm--countless universes.

Chronotyping--an error of overgeneralization that occurs when one generalises from what one knows about a person at one moment of time to a permanent characterisation of that person.

Clitic--a morpheme that has syntactic characteristics of a word, but shows evidence of being phonologically bound to another word.

Contango--market situation in which prices in succeeding delivery months are progressively higher than in the nearest delivery month; the opposite of backwardation.

Continuum Storm-- general term for solar noise lasting for hours and sometimes days.

Convergence--a result of the digital era in which various types of digital information, such as text, audio, and video, and their delivery mechanisms - television, telecommunications, and consumer electronics - are combined together in new integrated forms.

Decay series--most radioisotopes do not decay into a stable daughter element in one single decay, but rather through a series of radioactive intermediaries.

Definiendum--in a definition, that which is defined.

Deque--double-ended queue (pronounced "deck"). A standard library template alowing insertions and deletions at both ends.

Devil Take the Hindmost--a type of mass start race, usually on a track, sometimes on a criterium course. At each lap, the last rider over the finish line must withdraw, until there is only one rider left.

Digerati--the digital version of literati, it is a reference to a vague cloud of people seen to be knowledgeable, hip, or otherwise in-the-know in regards to the digital revolution.

Discouraged workers--persons not in the labor force who want and are available for a job and who have looked for work sometime in the past 12 months, but who are not currently looking because they believe there are no jobs available or there are none for which they would qualify.

Doorway Pages--pages designed to rank for highly targeted search queries, typically designed to redirect searchers to a page with other advertisements.

Double Ducks--the roll of 2-2 on the dice (double 2's), a.k.a. quacks.

Effluent--water that flows from a sewage treatment plant after it has been treated.

Embryoid bodies--bounded collections of cells that arise when embryonic stem cells are cultured in suspension.

Enantiomers--molecules which exist in two nonsuperimposable mirror images, analogous to human hands.

End user--afirm or individual that purchases products for its own consumption and not for resale (i.e., an ultimate consumer).

Epistemic Modality--a modality that connotes how much certainty or evidence a speaker has for the proposition expressed by his or her utterance.

Ethnocentrism--the view that one’s own cultural assumptions are superior and should be used to judge others

Etic--the point of view of a cultural outsider such as a scholar or tourist.

Eudaimonia--Aristotle uses this word for "happiness"; or "flourishing". from the Greek "eu"; meaning "happy" or "well" or "harmonious" and "daimon" meaning the individual's spirit.

Fake Shemp--anyone appearing on screen whose face is not seen (either because of heavy makeup or camera angles) and who has no lines; can include stand-ins and extras - the term originated with Sam Raimi and his colleagues, who borrowed it from Hollywood lore about a stand-in used to finish Three Stooges films after Shemp Howard's death.

Fat Man--the implosion bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan at 11:02 am on August 9, 1945; the bomb was dropped 2 miles off target. 74,000 people were killed and another 75.000 sustained serious injuries.

Forbidden Gap--energy gap in solids; bandgap between valence band and conduction band in which no electron states are allowed.

Gabbro--any of a group of dark, dense, phaneritic, intrusive rocks that are the plutonic equivalent to basalt.

Gematria--a numerological process used in rabbinic Judaism to interpret the meaning, significance, and relationship between words by totaling the numerical value.

Gisting--producing a rough or outline translation of a text to provide an insight into the subject and overall content of the source text; being less expensive and less time-consuming than a “proper” translation, gisting can be used, for example, to determine whether a text contains useful information before a custom translation is commissioned.

Haecceity--(Lat.,haecceitas),thisness; the property that uniquely distinguishes each individual thing from others of its kind.

Handotai--"semiconductor" in Japanese.

Heaps' Law--an information retrieval performance measure which combines recall and precision.

Homoscedasticity--this assumption means that the variance around the regression line is the same for all values of the predictor variable (X).

Hors Texte--French for "outside of the text," and the term usually refers to plates, without printing on the reverse sides, the plates may be tipped in to paper of a different stock from that of the text.

Hypallage--"exchanging"; transferred epithet; grammatical agreement of a word with another word which it does not logically qualify- more common in poetry.

iff.--an abbreviation which stands for if and only if.

Impersonation--an act whereby one entity assumes the identity and privileges of another entity without restrictions and without any indication visible to the recipients of the impersonator's calls that delegation has taken place. Impersonation is a case of simple delegation

Insider--someone from inside a folk group who learns and passes on the folklife of the group, also called the emic point of view by folklorists and other social scientists.

Jaggies--(jagged image, bitmapped, aliased),an image that has been scanned at too low a pixel resolution will appear pixilated, if the graphic is output at too low a printed resolution, it will also appear jagged or aliased.

Keyword Funnel--the relationship between various related keywords that searchers search for.

Mystagogos--sponsor of an initiate in an ancient Greek mystery cult; a person who would take on a mystes (initiate) and tutor him or her in mystery cult knowledge.

Namespace Alias--alternative name for a namespace; often a shorter name.

Nanarchist--someone who circumvents government control to use nanotechnology, or someone who advocates this.

Nihil Obstat--literally, ”nothing hinders", a statement of sanction for publication given by a Catholic book censor; usually found on the verso of the title page or following leaf.

Nonextendedness--is place deixis that has a component of meaning indicating that the location does not have length or area.

Nuovo--Italian for "new" as in the Campagnolo model names "Nuovo Record" (New Record) and Nuovo Tipo (New type).

Objective probability--the true unobservable underlying odds that something is so.

Obscurum Per Obscurius--Latin phrase meaning "the obscure through the more obscure;" hence, the flaw in any account that proves more difficult to understand than what it purports to clarify.

Orgadophilous--thriving in meadows.

Paleomagnetism-- the fixed orientation of a rock's crystals, based on the Earth's magnetic field at the time of the rock's formation, that remains constant even when the magnetic field changes.

Paronomasia--punning, a play of meaning by yoking similar-sounding words.

Personal Experience Narrative--an autobiographical account of memorable events that sometimes reflects the worldview of an individual, community, or folk group.

Petrarchan Conceit--the kind of conceit used by Italian Renaissance poet Petrarch and popular in Renaissance English sonnets : eyes like stars or the sun, hair like golden wires, lips like cherries, etc. are common examples; oxymorons are also common, such as freezing fire, burning ice, etc.

Phlogisticated Nitrous Air--nitrous oxide.

Photonics--using rapid pulses of light to transmit data, photonics underlie much of modern telecommunications and enable experiments in optical computing.

Raster Graphic--a computer image made up of a collection of dots. Can become ragged or otherwise distorted when the image is enlarged or shrunk.

Referential Opacity--two terms are referentially opaque if they cannot be substituted salva veritate (i.e. without changing the truth value of the statement).

Regolith--the unconsolidated mantle of weathered rock and soil material on the earth's surface; loose earth materials above solid rock.

Resumption Semantics--in some languages, an exception handler can respond by telling the thrower to resume.

Scumware--intrusive software and programs which usually target ads, violate privacy, and are often installed without the computer owner knowing what the software does.

Signifying--elaborate word games played out in African American vernacular tradition, also called "playing the dozens," saying one thing to mean another in a bragging fashion.

Singularity--the postulated point or short period in our future when our self-guided evolutionary development accelerates enormously so that nothing beyond that time can reliably be conceived; a future time when societal, scientific and economic change is so fast we cannot even imagine what will happen from our present perspective, and when humanity will become posthumanity.

Six Organs--the six indriyas, or sense organs: eye, ear, nose, tongue, body and mind.

Solander Case--a box used to preserve books; the back is hinged so the front falls down and is kept closed by a latch, it was invented by an assistant librarian, Daniel Charles Solander (1732-1782), for the preservation of botanical specimens in the British Museum.

Sophismata--(Latin) false conclusions, fallacies.

Tacticity--the orderliness of the succession of configurational repeating units in the main chain of a polymer molecule.

Terminology Extraction--a subtask of information extraction; the goal of terminology extraction is to automatically extract relevant terms from a given corpus.

Tmesis--when a word is split into two and another word is added in the middle to give extra emphasis, this is tmesis : abso-bloody-lutely , fan-fucking-tastic.

Transdifferentiation--the process by which stem cells from one tissue differentiate into cells of another tissue.

Transuranic--any element whose atomic number is higher than that of uranium. All transuranic elements are produced artificially and are radioactive.

Ubuesque--d’un comique et d’une absurdité énormes (allusion à Ubu, personnage d’Alfred Jarry).

Vigorish--the small additional considerations that affect the total equity of a position.

Von Neumann Machine--(pronounced von noi-man) a machine which is able to build a working copy of itself using materials in its environment, this is often proposed as a cheap way to mine or colonize the entire solar system or galaxy - an early fictional treatment was the short story "Autofac" by Philip K. Dick, published in 1955, which actually seems to precede John von Neumann's original paper about self-reproducing machines.

Vortal--vertical portal; a portal that targets a niche audience.

Walla--(a.k.a. rhubarb),background conversation. Historically, when a script called for "crowd unrest" or "murmuring", the extras would be required to mumble the word "rhubarb", as this produced the required effect.

Zeptosecond--one-billion-trillionth of a second.

Zero Anaphora--the use of a gap, in a phrase or clause, that has an anaphoric function similar to a pro-form,
it is often described as “referring back” to an expression that supplies the information necessary for interpreting the gap.

Zog Nit Keyn Mol--"never say that you are on the final road".

Zoography--to refer generally to the pictorial arts and its usage has seen something of a revival in media discourse, a usage pioneered by Derrida in Of Grammatology - in the midst of discussing Rosseau’s essay on the origin of language, Derrida digs up the archaic term zoography to emphasize a certain violence done to our perceived reality in both writing and painting, in which he suggests that media involves the “capture” of reality and that its subsequent stasis outside of context equals a “death” of reality - it’s also worth noting that Derrida identifies his usage of "zoography" as actually that of the ancient Greeks; he quotes the dialogue Cratylus and its judgment “writing is unfortunately like painting (zoography)” and formally references it before applying the term to Rosseau - thus, Derrida makes the term "zoography" relevant to media theory through its connotative link between word and image in their fundamental limitations and inherent “violence,” one that is as old as Western philosophy itself.

........mêlée mêlée mêlée........
On with Mon. Mallarmé et al.
......démêlé démêlé démêlé......

Tolstoy = "The poetry of Mallarme and others. We, not understanding it, boldly state that it is nonsense, that it is poetry which has stumbled into a dead end."
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Mallarmé = "I prefer, faced with aggression, to retort that my contemporaries do not know how to read except in the newspaper; it certainly provides the advantage of not interrupting the chorus of preoccupations".

(Derrida knows it is a thin line - invisible too - between genuine difficulty and plain obscurity. Hegel suffered similar accusations. Mallarmé was the first in French to walk this thin line and, in this respect, Mallarmé is Derrida's master.)

random decay & decoherence

The flesh is sad, alas!
and I’ve read all the books.

The flesh grows weary.
And books, I’ve read them all.

How sad the flesh!
and there’s no more to read.

The flesh is sad, alas!
and all the books are read.

(translaceration) = not only illustrating the difficulty involved with translating language, but the difficulty of language itself - it is a necessary complexity for our interpretations of the endless variation.

To run away—
to run away down there.
I feel that birds are drunk
They want to be in
unknown foam and skies!

Off, then,
to where I glimpse
through spray and squall
Strange birds delighting
in their unknown skies!

Escape, far off!
I feel that somewhere birds
Are drunk to be amid
strange spray and skies!

Flight, only flight!
I feel that birds are
wild to tread
The floor of unknown foam,
and to attain the skies!

Let’s go! Far off. Let’s go!
I sense That the birds, intoxicated, fly
Deep into unknown spume and sky!

Oppen = (loosely lifted)
: "now we say we,any we are actually language,which alone is audience,not enough,thin islands,singular meaning,catches we all believe,increases no enter,sessed by shipwreck,crusoe as always"

(demandez au vent et le vent)
(ask the wind and the wind)
(demandez au vent et le vent)
(ask the wind and the wind)

Baudelaire (#1 hit-poem,top of the charts!) =

"One should always be drunk.

That's all that matters;
that's our one imperative need.
So as not to feel Time's
horrible burden one which breaks your shoulders and bows
you down, you must get drunk without cease.

But with what?
With wine, poetry, or virtue
as you choose.
But get drunk.

And if, at some time,
on steps of a palace,
in the green grass of a ditch,
in the bleak solitude of your room,
you are waking and the drunkenness has already abated,
ask the wind, the wave, the stars, the clock,
all that which flees,
all that which groans,
all that which rolls,
all that which sings,
all that which speaks,
ask them, what time it is;
and the wind, the wave, the stars, the birds, and the clock,
they will all reply:

It is time to get drunk!

So that you may not be the martyred slaves of Time,
get drunk, get drunk,
and never pause for rest!
With wine, poetry, or virtue,
as you choose!"

& Les Chants du Maldoror ?
"God grant that the reader, emboldened and having become at present as fierce as what he is reading, find, without loss of bearings, his way, his wild and treacherous passage through the desolate swamps of these sombre, poison-soaked pages; for, un less he should bring to his reading a rigorous logic and a sustained mental effort at least as strong as his distrust, the lethal fumes of this book shall dissolve his soul as water does sugar."
-Comte de Lautreamont
Oh! Isidore Ducasse, 24!

"One recognizes one's course by discovering the paths that stray from it." - Camus

Launching of the Dreamweapon

(FullMoon DreamWeapon)
yes, it is spacemen house.

(An Evening of Contemporary Sitar Music)
...on repeat repeat repeat etc. etc. etc....

Kathmandu Karmapa Kargyupta
Tulku Lama Tulku Lama
Angus of Bleeding Fingers
a'Float inna Cloud Asylum
fulla Blessfull Blastitude
Blissfull Humming Unquiet Skull
Starstreaming Bardo thru Bardo

Fright 042
44:21
August 19, 1988
A side lead-out inscribed "Let the transcendentral vibrations travel down the corridor of conscious thought - right pal"

thanx spacemen for the
eternal music summoning
3 dreams hi & rising
3 dreams hi & rising
3 dreams hi & rising


"Melody does not exist at all unless one is forced to hear the movement from group to group of various simultaneously sounded frequencies derived from the overtone series as melodic because of previous musical conditioning. . . . It lasts forever and cannot have begun but is taken up again from time to time until it lasts forever as continuous sound in Dream Houses where the continuous lengths weave ageless."

La Monte Young ha detto...

That final quote is mine.