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In the game without knowing the rules?

Few bloggers spend much time in search of information on the Congressional Record, the US Supreme Court, and the following location.
The Regulatory Information Service Center, a component of the U.S. General Services Administration, compiles the semiannual Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions with the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs and the 60 Cabinet, Executive, and Independent agencies Governmentwide. The Center provides information about Federal regulatory and deregulatory activities to the President and his Executive Office, the Congress, agency managers, and the public. It also maintains the website, a public resource for information about Federal regulation.
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Giving thanks for those who give life

ReminderTuesday, Dec. 2, TGMA General Session, 6 pm in the Pacific Crest Lodge.  Key topic:  Pending election details and date for Master Association & Cobblestone CC&R changes to correct the EQI misunderstanding.

In a post originally shared on MyJournal blog:

Since my college days in the late 60s (graduation May 1970), I have routinely been a blood donor on occasions too numerous to count.  Part of that habit was prompted by my career in hospitals which, notably, always are conducting blood drives.  Whenever the bloodmobile would arrive on the hospital campus, the clarion call would sound to round up all donors.

Long after that routine had become second nature, at age 59, I found myself on the receiving end of this process.  Most who know me also know that I am an 8-year survivor of rare form of mantle cell lymphoma that required a stem cell transplant at City of Hope in 2007.  Thankful for many things, we are, indeed, grateful for the thousands who have answered the call to …

Flip②▶ESL: Commonly confused adjectives (with explanations)

ESL (설명과 함께) 자주 혼동하는 형용사)

... any member of a class of words that modify nouns and pronouns, primarily by describing a particular quality of the word they are modifying, as wise in a wise grandmother, or perfect in a perfect score, or handsome in He is extremely handsome.  ADJECTIVE

... 주로 현명한 할머니의 지혜, 또는 만점에 완벽한, 또는 그는 잘 생긴, 그들은 수정하는 단어의 특정 품질을 기술함으로써 명사와 대명사를 수정 단어의 클래스의 구성원이 매우 잘 생기고 . 형용사

"many" (use with plural nouns) ▶ 많은 (복수 명사와 함께 사용)"much" (use with collective nouns and singular nouns) ▶ 많은 (집합 명사와 단수 명사와 함께 사용)see more in the Pinterest clip below ▶ 아래의 클립 클립에 더 많은 참조see the INDEX to this LESSON Also visit: Flip②▶ESL★Korean


Post by Michael Foxworth.