Monthly Archives: October 2012

Novel Blog-10/31/12

Recently, in my novel, Yossarian has been readmitted into the hospital that he got out of. He has recurring nightmares now of the bomb run that went bad. He just imagines Snowden in the back of the truck, whispering that … Continue reading

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Word of the Day-Assuage

as-sauge verb 1. to ease; relieve 2. to soothe; calm The therapist did her best to assuage her patient whose mother was sick.

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Word of the Day-Nebulous

neb-u-lous adjective 1. vague; indistinct 2. cloudy; cloudlike The nebulous child rarely talked, and when he did, you could barely figure out what he wanted to say.

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Novel Blog-Catch-22

Recently, in my novel, Yossarian, along with most of the ward, checked out of the hospital to get away from the Texan. The Texan is a racist who killed a black officer in his sleep. He was so annoying, that … Continue reading

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Novel blog: Second Reflections

Catch-22 So far in my novel, Hungry Joe has completed his required number of flights. He was waiting for orders to arrive in order to send him home. After a waiting period in which he expected his orders, they never … Continue reading

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SWE1-VB.net Key Terms

Name- Indicates the name used in code to identify the object. Property-Changes the appearance of an object to define the way an object looks. Basic syntax to change the property of a control: objectName.property=value Code to exit program- Me.Close() What … Continue reading

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Word of the Day-Paltry

pal-try adjective 1. ridiculously small 2. worthless The paltry amount of money remaining in Effie’s bank account was abysmal.

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