This is the jingle I created for my product, the...
Middle Ages Project Reflection
Our group as a whole met all the goals we had established. We finished everything on right on schedule and were very satisfied of our work and finished product. I met all of my personal goals as well. I did all of my homework and completed my section of the project. I learnt that in a Medieval Castle. it was a place where everyone had their own part, and that was needed in the castle for many...
Yo Voy Ir
Yo voy a ir la casa de Charmaine. Yo voy a ir la casa de Ruby. Yo voy a ir la case de tio Bill. Yo voy a ir la case de mi abluela Paula y ablelo Art. Yo voy a ir la case de ablela Linda. Yo voy a ir la case de tia Courtney y tia Dan. Yo voy a ir la calle de Navidad lus.
Who is the better team, the Chargers or the...
I ask this question even though we already know, judging by this: Chargers: STND:1st WINS:10 LOSSES:3 TIES:0 PCT%:.769 STRK:W8 DIV:5-1 CONF:7-3 Broncos: STND:2nd WINS:8 LOSSES:5 TIES:0 PCT%:.615 STRK:L1 DIV:3-1 CONF:6-4
“To make less; reduce” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 177]
“A raised roadway, as across water or marshland.” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 176]
“Unsure of how to act or proceed; undecided.” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 172]
“Stubbornly adhering to an attitude, opinion, or course of action; obdurate.” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 168]
“To reach about uncertainly; feel one’s way” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 168]
“Disagreeably moist, sticky, and cold to the touch” [found in OSUS, chapter 14, page 167]
Science: Bread Making Take 2.
I was in a group with Ruby and Charmaine. For our second bread making attempt, we made sun-dried tomato bread. It was more garlic and onions than tomatoes, because Ruby doubled that garlic and onions, but not the tomatoes. Since we followed the recipe that the cookbook had, we put a lot of yeast and 7% sugar, though the recipe did not call for any sugar. When we let it rise, it rose a lot, but...
“Acting or done without or against one’s will” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 161]
“To pry, extract, or force from a place or position. Often used with out.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 161]
“Having the power to decide; conclusive.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 152]
“Marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 155]
“Extraordinarily painful or distressing” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 154]
“Heat stroke caused by exposure to the sun and characterized by a rise in temperature, convulsions, and coma.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13, page 153
“Of, relating to, or prompted by instinct.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13]
“To beat rapidly or violently, as the heart; pound.” [found in OSUS, chapter 13]
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist in the 1930’s. Her full name was Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón. She was born in Coyoacán, Mexico on July 6th, 1907. She was married to Diego Rivera. Diego Revera was also a famous painter. She painted mainly realistic paintings. A famous on is a self portrait she painted called Self Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird. That painting was...
“To establish the truth or validity of by presentation of argument or evidence.” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 138]
“The quality or state of being placid; calmness; serenity.” [found in OSUS, cahpter 12, page 138]
“Something wrapped up or packaged; a package.” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 138]
“The telling of a story without words, by means of bodily movements, gestures, and facial expressions.” [found in OSUS, chapter 12]
“To convey or send floating through the air or over water.” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 135]
“A small amount; a bit or fragment” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 135]
“Enticingly in sight, yet often out of reach” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 135]
“To become snarled or entangled.” [found in OSUS, chapter 12, page 134]
1. To outdo or get the better of by devious means. 2. To filch or steal. 3. To kidnap. [found in OSUS, chapter 11, page 131]
“A large group of people gathered or crowded closely together; a multitude” [found in OSUS, chapter 11, page 126]
1. “To have greater weight or importance than.” 2. “To throw off balance.” [found in OSUS, chapter 10, page 115]
Science Bread Experiment Reflection #1
For my first project making bread I worked with Ruby and Charmaine. We did the project to learn more about the amount of sugar needed to produce the most CO2 (the more the fluffier) and also to learn about fermentation. I thought that the dough we made was the best dough I have seen in my life. It was the right amount of thickness and of sticky-ness. I think we did a great job following...
“Feeling or expressing despondency; dejected.” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 110]
“Infirm, feeble, and often senile.” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 109]
“Going about much, needlessly or without purpose.” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 109]
“heartily” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 108]
“A large tent, often with open sides, used chiefly for outdoor entertainment.” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 108]
“Trade name for a preparation of malted milk, for consumption as a beverage when added to milk.” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 107]
“Impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or senses” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 106]
“To give over (something) to another for care, protection, or performance” [found in OSUS, chapter 9, page 104]
“Dirty; grimy” [found in OSUS, chapter 8, page 90]
“Skeptical; disbelieving” [found in OSUS, chapter 8, page 89]
“A set or series of steps for crossing a fence or wall.” [found in OSUS, chapter 7, page 82]
“To spread or open (something) out or become spread or opened out.” [found in OSUS, chapter7, page 72]
Robot Sensors →
This article is about the Robots that they have been making in Belgium, Europe. They have put “light touch” installed with them so that they can assist elderly and do other things that involve working with humans. The researchers at the University of Ghent, Belgium have used sensors to measure the reaction. They have creative a device that makes the skin of the robot far more sensitive...
wax and wane →
“Increase and decrease, as in size, number, strength, or intensity” [found in OSUS chapter 6]
red herring →
1. “A smoked herring having a reddish color.” 2. “Something that draws attention away from the central issue.” [found in OSUS chapter 6]
“A chief leader or a king; a head; a dictator” [found in OSUS chapter 6 when refering to King Arthur]