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symbolic gesture: (adj + n) an action performed to represent a meaning beyond the action itself Advertisements
persuade: (v) to convince someone to act in a certain manner, by advising or urging; to induce to believe
unite: (v) to bring together in a single whole or unit; to join in mutual sympathy or a common goal
Free jazz: notes cascading from horns, cords striding across eighty-eight keys, while rhythms on drum kits beat. To the unaccustomed ear an explosion of unrelated sounds, each instrument contesting for center stage. But, are these musicians more than a congregation … Continue reading
Cost of Doing Business: all expenses related to establishing a corporation, producing the product or service, disposing of any waste products related to the business, and fulfilling contract obligations
Crumb (n) a small, broken-off particle of bread, cake, etc.
I have heard that with every step we take, we stir up the dust of dinosaurs decayed into their mineral compositions.