Utterly Completely Totally What's the differences

on the facts, use completely, when you want to focus on opinion, use utterly. the situation ... is completely normal interact with people in a way that feels utterly normal ... it. >the situation is completely normal It's normal , don't panic, there is no big deal. The author worries ... the readers won't be convinced and doubt about it. By the completely normal the author means the kind

Latin root fect means to do, make

The latin root fect appeared in a lot of frequently used English words like affect, infect, etc ... which means to do, to make, to feign. The present active infinitive of facio.This verb expand ... . dhe: Proto-Indo-European root meaning "to set, put, place." The Latin verion is facere ... such as infect, affect, etc. The dh sound becomes 'f' or 'd' in Latin, the 'd' is understandable

Maven cache m2e big _bd.cfs file What are they

the culprit here: Here m2e is a Maven plugin that provides integration for Maven into Eclipse ... , and the cfs(Compound File format) files are Lucene index file used by m2e plugin. The plugin caches ... /org.eclipse.m2e.core/nexus and there is also a global cache in ~/.m2/repository/.cache/m2e/${m2e.version ... }. It's a Lucene index used by Nexus the Maven Repository Manager, m2e plugin will use the index

Latin root fus means pour

Comes from Latin fundere which means pour, melt, inject, fill, irrigate, gush, etc. The first ... piece of it and gradually you learn stuff. Refuse can be considered as reject when the root fus ... is the action of fus is unthoughtful(kind like no brainer), without careful scrutiny and check ... of information, it means there are a lot of information but most of them are just garbage and junk like many

English prefix ac

The ac is a prefix in a set of prefixs with the same rule, the letter a plus a consonant which ... is the first letter of a root, other examples: ab-,ac-,ad-,af-,ag-,an-,ap-,ar-,as-,at. One ... of the meanings of the prefix is specify the direction of the root, for example: to, near, toward ... . [accord: ac(to) + cord(heart)] Accord means agreement, be in harmony, reconcile , be of one mind

Latin root mis means to send

root mis means send, send forword means send your words to the future. But prediction also words ... [premise] Pre(before) + send(mis), here it's something you sent out before, in business it's ... , leave, away from, mis means sent it away, let it go and leave. When the mission completed ... are deployed and architectured: cloud, on-premise and hybrid. On cloud means the system was managed

Latin root sist means stand

. [insist] Stand(sist) upon(in), means declare something strongly. What is the instinct action ... Comes from Latin sistere, the second-person singular future passive indicative of sisto means ... , when it's done passively, it means hold, keep, remain. Another root tain has the similar ... meaning, tain means to hold, the difference is you hold with your hands, but stand with your legs

undefined reference to `gluLookAt` How to fix in MinGW on Windows

The first step to play with OpenGL on MinGW and Windows is add GLUT support, the old GLUT ... tools to get you started. To use it with MinGW see this MinGW Freeglut 64bit on Windows Example ... is the version of GLU that goes with OpenGL 1.1. The function gluLookAt is defined in GLU library ... . If you Fortunately, the MinGW integrate it in the distribution package, so you don't have to search

What's the difference between criminal and perpetrator

, to the real question should be the difference between the act of crime and the act of perpetrate ... . Notice people can perpetrate crime, this indicate that perpetrator is broader than criminal ... . A perpetrator is definitely a criminal, but a criminal may not a perpetrator. When people commit crime ... Simply put, the crimnal is the one who commit crime, and perpetrator is the one who perpetrate

Chrome Backspace to go back not Working

extension, I just add a new shortcut in Shortcut Manager and the backspace go back ... + Backspace to dedicatedly handle go back function, and Backspace dedicate for delete text in editing ... well. After an accidental reboot, my Chrome stopped working, crashes after opening several pages ... did and try to go back the previous page I get this message: I was wondering why. According
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