Study notes on a label 4/4
Noting an observation on the cloves - two instances in related plants show that starting onion or garlic bases too close together will slow the regrowth of some of the bases, or stop it entirely. Now that I've set some of the cloves out, the ones in the tray that didn't sprout earlier have started up above the cut.
Hang on, background noise - Flick-boy's literally the pinkhead broadcast face of a public blood sport that's existed for decades before the original story began, and it's the girl who inspired the violence? I wonder who came up with the term 'delulu.' I find it quite fits this zeitgeist.
Speaking of, link to an argument for keeping the 'developing nation' label and its accompanying benefits. (You wanna go with "facts on the ground?" OK, let's do that.)
Links to some basic criteria for the 'developed nation' label (there, fixed) - this and this. List from the second article -
Developed countries typically share several other characteristics:
Their birth and death rates are stable. They do not have very high birth rates because, thanks to quality medical care and high living standards, infant mortality rates are low. Families do not feel the need to have large numbers of children due to the expectation that some will not survive.8
They have more women working. These career-oriented women may have chosen to have smaller families or eschew having children altogether.9
They use a disproportionate amount of the world's resources. In developed countries, more people drive cars, fly on airplanes, and power their homes with electricity and gas. Inhabitants of developing countries often do not have access to technologies that require the use of these resources.1011
They have higher levels of debt. Nations with developing economies cannot obtain the kind of seemingly bottomless financing that more developed nations can.
Aside from the links in the criteria, other information I use to support my disagreement with the 'developing nation' label - this and this link. (I'd used this earlier for the same reason.)
So why keep the 'developing' label? Of course to reap its benefits along with the resources commonly associated with the 'developed' label, but also to cushion the financial and political decisions a 豺狼 政权 made that canceled out the benefits of existing resources?
Adding this for vocab 澳大利亚 to 一百九十八!
Adding this for vocab 印度. (Oof, брат.)
Adding this for what a 豺狼 政权 continues doing - for those who are pink enough to support such a regime and advocate for initiatives against over-policing, this is what you can expect. (Ooh, label vocab! 少数 民族.)
Adding this quick look at just how thoroughly a fratello's been discarded.
Ending with this because dude, that cot looks comfy.