The authors argued "that's what she said" joke cycle is part of a larger discourse that not only becomes culturally commonplace
but also reinforces dangerous ideologies that are so entrenched in contemporary life that we end up laughing at something that isn't funny at all.
The initial results support the hypothesis that effective public communication from NWS messaging can be improved by incorporating the concept of "commonplaces
," which are the expressions of beliefs, values, and norms that construct community attitudes toward weather or natural hazard forecasts, into visual communication techniques such as NWS Weather Stories.
figures When I was training, that sort of prescribing would have been horrific, now it's commonplace
"Everyone that walks in that door has a story, and we want to intersect with that to a positive effect." The bookstore was something that arose out of the community--Nockels doesn't see Commonplace
as something that belongs to him but rather as belonging to the people who browse the shelves.
Some of the commonplaces
are elegantly glossed in the text, but it would be nice to have all of them presented in very literal translations in the footnotes (or even in an online complementary commonplace
book or alphabetized appendix).
Trouble is commonplace
IN RELATION to Richard Hughes's article, I used to go racing many times per year but noticed around 20 years ago that racecourses started to attract 'non racing people'.
Giving the history of dramatic excerpting from its beginning in the 1590s to the end of the Restoration, Estill's important book provides the fullest account of dramatic extracting yet told, details several unknown commonplace
books, miscellanies and separates (single sheets containing commonplaces
), and illustrates the rich and varied literate responses there might be to early modern drama.
In the service of these broader arguments, this essay motivates a reading of one particular homemade book, Dorothy Wordsworth's commonplace
chapbook, a circumscribed collection of poetic "consolations" that occurs within Wordsworth's commonplace
Global Banking News-May 26, 2014--Biometric banking expected to become commonplace
Contract notice: Equipment brightening blanks commonplace
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Book of Pie features a handful of recipes for making beloved favorite pies, such as Mumbleberry, Cherry Rhubarb, Peach Ginger, and "master recipe" basics that can be adapted to one's own culinary creations, yet it's only partly a cookbook.
Another related practice, the commonplace
book (addressed in more detail below) was popular from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century.
would dictate its own set of phrases, examples and conclusions ...
According to Kirklees Council, Ms Alderson's deal was "commonplace
," which seems to suggest that it was routine.
This study attempts to answer the following questions: (1) To what extent can differences in student learning between the inquiry-based and commonplace
groups be attributed to randomized group assignment?; (2) What differences in achievement by treatment group exist specific to the learning goals of knowledge, reasoning, and argumentation?; and (3) Does student race/ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic status account for variation in posttest scores above and beyond variation accounted for by pretest scores and group assignment?