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Twitter's Happening Now, on the other hand, is a dedicated timeline or feed showing a list of tweets that are talking about a specific topic.
Indeed, if we look at the total number of deplorable happenings, including both those that have been allowed to happen and those that have just happened, you will see that it is down 10pc, which reflects very well on the preventative work of my colleagues at DoSH."
Schechner's understanding of the Happening was in line with Michael Kirby's influential theorizing in Happenings: An Illustrated Anthology, which appeared the same year.
She tries to stop them from happening and feels incredible guilt when she has no power to change the future.
But that's just a taste of what was happening at JEFX--the Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment.
I think that what is happening now in Bolivia, what happened in Ecuador, are symptomatic of this.
And I was ashamed to tell my father about what was happening. I felt so small and lonely: I found no one to protect me, or take care of me.
We knocked on a few doors and to out surprise they opened." I can just see resurrection happening in these communities.
Before you realize what's happening, an entire slab (thick top layer of snow separates from the ground and slides downhill.
I suggested that thinking about things in this way was one way of preventing them from happening, but that the thoughts themselves (with no basis in reality) were in themselves a source of unhappiness.
Just one man spoke up--he asked that we tell the world what was happening in their country.
"What we thought was going to happen in the world is happening now.
"It's guaranteed that on the early Earth, all sorts of organic chemistry was happening," he adds.
Real Estate Weekly: We like to start off by looking at the past year and to take a temperature as to what has been happening in the industry.
Over the next few hours I became conscious in a twilight state and grasped the gist of what had happened to me (it's called anaphylactic shock), what was happening to me now (the unidentified, toxic allergen was continuing to attack), and what was likely to happen to me soon (I was expected to die again, this time for keeps).