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    In need of the biggest help.

    I need to find:
    Synonyms | Antonyms | Word Origin
    for the following words:

    Annotate
    Cite
    Compendium
    Compilation
    Conclusive
    Correlation
    Decipher
    Deducible
    Empirical
    Erroneous
    Expurgate
    Median
    Periodic
    Polemic
    Precise
    Presumption
    Repudiate
    Theorem
    Valid
    Verge

    I need to find 5 words EACH (that fucking exist) for the following:
    Clin , Cliv - Slope (10)
    Clud, Clus ,Claus, Clois - shut, close (20)
    Co, com, con - with, together (15)
    cogn, gno - know (10)
    Contra - against (5)
    Corp - body (5)
    Cosmo, cosm - World (10)
    Crac, crat - Rule, power (10)
    Cred - trust, believe (5)
    Cresc, cret - grow (10)

    That's 100 words.. fucking shit

    and then i have to study the vocabulary (the antonym / synonym shit)

    I'm asking all of you, out of my contribution to this section, to at least help me with my homework.
    I have to write 6 paragraphs too, and finish math homework

    The reason why i've been fucking up lately wasn't because of this minioning, but because of just household problems and other school work which i put as my priority, plus my English 11 honors teacher is giving us a shit load..... too much. This is what we get per week, and next week, it'll double to 40 Vocab and 100 root words.

    I'm not asking you to do my homework for me, but to link me to sites / list some words / that correlate to my work. I swear i appreciate it, my house is a mess, my brother and sister are slobs, my bestfriends having problems with her boyfriend, my work is getting out of hand, too many clubs at school are asking me to design their shirts......


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    Ill see what I can do for you.

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    Main things i need right now are just sites / lists copy and paste i don't give a fuck, things are hectic


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    wrong section. should of been in home and learning. / but you are stressed so i guess your mind is not fucntiong properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabuuty671 View Post
    I need to find:
    Synonyms | Antonyms | Word Origin
    for the following words:

    Annotate
    Cite
    Compendium
    Compilation
    Conclusive
    Correlation
    Decipher
    Deducible
    Empirical
    Erroneous
    Expurgate
    Median
    Periodic
    Polemic
    Precise
    Presumption
    Repudiate
    Theorem
    Valid
    Verge

    I need to find 5 words EACH (that fucking exist) for the following:
    Clin , Cliv - Slope (10)
    Clud, Clus ,Claus, Clois - shut, close (20)
    Co, com, con - with, together (15)
    cogn, gno - know (10)
    Contra - against (5)
    Corp - body (5)
    Cosmo, cosm - World (10)
    Crac, crat - Rule, power (10)
    Cred - trust, believe (5)
    Cresc, cret - grow (10)

    That's 100 words.. fucking shit

    and then i have to study the vocabulary (the antonym / synonym shit)

    I'm asking all of you, out of my contribution to this section, to at least help me with my homework.
    I have to write 6 paragraphs too, and finish math homework

    The reason why i've been fucking up lately wasn't because of this minioning, but because of just household problems and other school work which i put as my priority, plus my English 11 honors teacher is giving us a shit load..... too much. This is what we get per week, and next week, it'll double to 40 Vocab and 100 root words.

    I'm not asking you to do my homework for me, but to link me to sites / list some words / that correlate to my work. I swear i appreciate it, my house is a mess, my brother and sister are slobs, my bestfriends having problems with her boyfriend, my work is getting out of hand, too many clubs at school are asking me to design their shirts......


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    I wish I can help you, but im kinda busy with som crap here in my office and also im trying to buy a CA NA account with a friend which is very important for me



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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomboxJr View Post
    wrong section. should of been in home and learning. / but you are stressed so i guess your mind is not fucntiong properly.
    Im not an idiot
    put it here because people here don't troll and the Homework section is dead.
    If i put it in General, i'd get flamed at by nooby rats and cock suckers


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    ill do the origins



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabuuty671 View Post


    Im not an idiot
    put it here because people here don't troll and the Homework section is dead.
    If i put it in General, i'd get flamed at by nooby rats and cock suckers
    CA NA section has more CS than General this days ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by SmartAlley View Post


    CA NA section has more CS than General this days ...
    The CS of CA NA are new CS and they were basically trolls of the CA NA
    They started going to MPGH General, and 'tried' to troll, but they failed.


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    Perhaps these can help. The links contain definitions, related words (synonyms) but don't have much on antonyms. They also have word origins.
    Annotate
    Cite
    Compendium
    Compilation
    Conclusive
    Correlation
    Decipher
    Deducible
    Empirical
    Erroneous
    Expurgate
    Median
    Periodic
    Polemic
    Precise
    Presumption
    Repudiate
    Theorem
    Valid
    Verge

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    He just need an excel sheet with all the info. I will help you in an hour is this havent been done yet



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    I don't know how to use Excel at all
    nor do i ever use it
    It's just stressful to do so many things better than other students, yet they get a higher grade,
    that fucking test was stupid
    It was about Native American Indians
    I swear, i think understanding Shakespeare can be a BIT FUCKING easier than comprehending the stupid amounts of metaphors in natural perspectives that the Indians do. it's some stupid shit


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    annotate
    1733, from L. annotatus, pp. of annotare "to note down

    cite
    mid-15c., "to summon," from O.Fr. citer "to summon" (14c.), from L. citare "to cause to move, arouse, summon, urge, call," frequentative of ciere "to move, set in motion, stir, rouse, call, invite" from PIE base *keie- "to set in motion, to move to and fro" (cf. Skt. cyavate "stirs himself, goes;" Gk. kinein "to move," kinymai "move myself;" Goth. haitan "call, be called;" O.E. hatan "command, call"). Sense of "calling forth a passage of writing" is first attested 1530s. Related: Cited; citing.

    compendium
    1580s, from L. compendium "a shortening, saving," lit. "that which is weighed together," from L. compendere "to weigh together," from com- "together" (see com-) + pendere "to weigh" (see pendant). Borrowed earlier as compendi (mid-15c.).

    compilation
    early 15c., "that which is compiled," also "action of compiling," from M.Fr. compilation, from L. compilationem (nom. compilatio) "a compilation," lit. "a pillaging," noun of action from compilare (see compile).

    conclusive
    1610s, "occurring at the end," from Fr. conclusif, from L.L. conclusivus, from conclus-, pp. stem of concludere (see conclude). Meaning "definitive, decisive, convincing" (putting an end to debate) is from 1640s. Related: Conclusiveness.

    correlation
    1560s, from M.Fr. corrélation, from cor- "together" (see com-) + relation (see relation).

    decipher
    1520s, from de- + cipher. Perhaps in part a loan-translation from M.Fr. déchiffrer.

    Deducible
    1610s, "that may be deduced," also "that may be deducted;" from L. deducere

    empirical
    1560s, from empiric + -al (1).

    erroneous
    late 14c., from O.Fr. erroneus and directly from L. erroneus "vagrant, wandering" (in Late Latin "erroneous"), from erronem (nom. erro) "vagabond," from errare "to wander, err" (see err). Related: Erroneously.

    expurgate
    1620s, back formation from expurgation or from L. expurgatus, pp. of expurgare "to cleanse out, purge, purify" (see expurgation). Related: Expurgated; expurgating. The earlier verb was simply expurge (late 15c.), from M.Fr. expurger.

    median
    1592, from M.Fr. médian, from L. medianus "of the middle," from medius "middle" (see medial). Originally anatomical, of veins, arteries, nerves; mathematical sense "middle number of a series" first recorded 1902; median strip "strip between lanes of a highway" is from 1954.

    periodic
    1640s, from Fr. périodique (14c.), from L. periodicus, from periodus (see period). Periodic table in chemistry is from notion of the arrangement, in which similar properties recur at intervals in elements in the same area as you read down the rows of the table. This sense of the word is attested from 1872.

    polemic
    1630s, "controversial argument or discussion," from Gk. polemikos "warlike, belligerent," from polemos "war." Meaning "one who writes in opposition to another" is attested from 1670s.

    precise
    mid-15c., from M.Fr. précis "condensed, cut short" (14c.), from M.L. precisus, from L. praecisus "abridged, cut off," pp. of praecidere "to cut off, shorten," from prae "before" (see pre-) + caedere "to cut" (see cement; for Latin vowel change, see acquisition).

    presumption
    early 13c., "seizure and occupation without right," also "taking upon oneself more than is warranted," from L.L. praesumptionem "confidence, audacity," in classical L., "a taking for granted, anticipation," from praesumere "to take beforehand," from prae "before" (see pre-) + sumere "to take" (see exempt). In English, the meaning "the taking of something for granted" is attested from c.1300. Presumptuous preserves the original sense.

    repudiate
    1540s, “divorce” (of a woman by a man), from L. repudiationem, noun of action from repudiare. Meaning “action of disowning” is from 1840s.

    theorem
    1550s, from M.Fr. théorème, from L.L. theorema, from Gk. theorema "spectacle, speculation," in Euclid "proposition to be proved," from theorein "to consider" (see theory).

    valid
    1570s, "having force in law, legally binding," from M.Fr. valide, from L. validus "strong, effective," from valere "be strong" (see valiant). The meaning "supported by facts or authority" is first recorded 1640s.

    verge (n.)
    "edge, rim," mid-15c., from M.Fr. verge "rod or wand of office," hence "scope, territory dominated," from L. virga "shoot, rod stick," of unknown origin. Earliest attested sense in Eng. is now-obsolete meaning "male member, penis" (c.1400). Modern sense is from the notion of within the verge (c.1500, also as Anglo-Fr. dedeinz la verge), i.e. "subject to the Lord High Steward's authority" (as symbolized by the rod of office), originally a 12-mile radius round the king's court. Sense shifted to "the outermost edge of an expanse or area." Meaning "point at which something happens" (as in on the verge of) is first attested c.1600. "A very curious sense development." [Weekley]
    verge (v.)
    "tend, incline," 1610, from L. vergere "to bend, turn, tend toward, incline," from PIE *werg- "to turn," from base *wer- "to turn, bend" (see versus). Much influenced by verge (n.) in its verbal form meaning "to be adjacent to" (1787).


    Quote Originally Posted by Jabuuty671 View Post
    I don't know how to use Excel at all
    nor do i ever use it
    It's just stressful to do so many things better than other students, yet they get a higher grade,
    that fucking test was stupid
    It was about Native American Indians
    I swear, i think understanding Shakespeare can be a BIT FUCKING easier than comprehending the stupid amounts of metaphors in natural perspectives that the Indians do. it's some stupid shit

    we came, pretneded to like the Indians, kick their asses and raped their women and took their land. now they own big casinos and steal money from the white man...

    simple
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    Is gonna be a mess up, when I was an student I was a PRO student.

    The most important thing is organize the info. Let me see what I can do...




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    oh yeah and about 60% of my job is on excel.. probably smaart alley too.

    it's fucking easy man..



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