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DEGREES

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    Rank popularity for the word 'DEGREES' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3394

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    Rank popularity for the word 'DEGREES' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1998

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  1. Alex
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    Daniel
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    Karen
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    Veena
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of DEGREES in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of DEGREES in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of DEGREES in a Sentence

  1. Adam McLaughlin:

    It's about minus 20 degrees today and not much breeze, so we thought the igloo would be a good place to do it.

  2. Anthony Burgess:

    We all need money, but there are degrees of desperation.

  3. David Kade:

    How do you expect kids to learn like that? Kids were falling asleep. They can't learn and I can't teach, we've got windows open when its 13 degrees outside. That's not the way to learn. Its not conditions that we should be teaching in.

  4. Akram Al Deek:

    Notes To Self: 1.The falling of autumn leaves is not your fault. 2.Stop piling candles for decoration. They are meant to be burnt. 3.Silence has a voice of its own. Listen to your own silence. 4.A piece of advice from a divorced and a formerly political prisoner: “to be successful, avoid two things: women and politics!” 5.A semi-colon is the middle finger in a sentence when writing fiction. 6.Be sadist when you write. Good things come out of your character only when bad things happen to them. 7.A comedian once said: if you are looking for sympathy in life, you will only find it in the dictionary between shit and syphilis. 8.No expectations. Just instincts. 9.Undergraduate degrees of creative writing are rubbish. They are vehicles of producing mass ignorance. Because if undergraduates want to become writers, they have to spend their twenties reading excessively first. 10.Every time you get rejected by a publisher, be thankful. It is a boost for your ego to keep going forward. It is a second chance to reflect, write, and edit. It is a rebirth. It is similar to being given the question-sheet in an exam to revisit your answers before you submit your paper. 11.You are fake and hypocritical when you write for fame or political purpose. These are exterior. Honest and free writing is interior: that is when you write for yourself. 12.Mark things in green. It is the colour of grace, hope and nature. Red is bloody and fascist. 13.Reason, not need. - King Lear 14.Your body is roughly 72 per cent water. Keep hydrated. 15.Read alone. Write alone. Eat accompanied. 16.Do not drive all the time. Cycle when possible. 17.More radio. Less TV. 18.Read more. Write less. Writing comes later. 19.Sing to a mirror. 20.Re-paint your walls. 21.Read an article or summarise a short story a day. 22.Learn a new word a day too. 23.Become drunk with poetry. 24.Watch foreign films. 25.Buy mother a piece of jewellery with first salary. 26.Publish a book before you are 30. 27.Practice poetry. For fun. 28.Have a tattoo you will regret. 29.Put that bloody mobile phone down! Do not become a machine driven by machines! 30.Speak less. Listen more.

  5. Sven Harmeling:

    This debate about (lowering the goal to) 1.5 degrees is very crucial in the context of loss and damage.

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