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matefkr



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what is the definition of planet and what is the definition of star.
Post 28 May 2013, 17:56
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what is the definition of an L shaped curved capsule?
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explaining without a will to care about uses?
Post 28 May 2013, 17:58
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what is the definition of child?
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what is it?
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Have you tried dictionary.com?

I merged all of your topics into one.
Post 28 May 2013, 18:00
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Here is a tricky one: what's a definition of a point? Wink
Post 28 May 2013, 18:07
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matefkr



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well i do not know. a point is something wich u receive for good performance.
do i win? : D
oh nonono, the "point" is a word to designate the more sharp edge of the thing facing the direction of a perticular object (like int o point at something).
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what is the definition of planet and what is the definition of star.

i think the definition will become much clear once we step our foot on it,

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what is the definition of child?

they are the future, they are the souls who probably capable to solve problems, generate new ideas, and much more,

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what is the definition of cowardness?

what the level of afraid inside cowardness?

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Here is a tricky one: what's a definition of a point?

i take it general, so, a point is an idea,
a point is a logical possible could be accepted idea, solution, creativity,
Post 29 May 2013, 00:45
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Well I did not make it clear, but all of you guys are very creative, and willing to discover. Good job!

What I meant was a point in the geometrical meaning. And the most common answer is that a point is a primitive notion and is actually undefined Wink
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yeah this answer is well known. and i for one would not want to submit to this horrible view. how come one recognises it as is and yet it is undefined? it has a lot of things. it has coordinates, it has identity, it has dimensionality, it has connectivity, it has many things. its very rich. and it also doesnt have size (!). and it is also impossible to be split. one can hook methods and metaphores on top of it. it is a thing.
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