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Don't "Sir' me please http://cat100percentile.com/ 
twinkle_t20
Twinkle @twinkle_t20
Made this painting today. Hope u all like it. :smiley: :star:
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@brixcel  Oh, let me indulge in my own speculations. They're so much more fun :D 

@twinkle_t20 sorry for hijacking your post btw Maaf karna please

twinkle_t20
Twinkle @twinkle_t20
Made this painting today. Hope u all like it. :smiley: :star:
twinkle_t20
Twinkle @twinkle_t20
Made this painting today. Hope u all like it. :smiley: :star:
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@brixcel  oh, lots of things. I am a child at heart, I need little excuse to be naughty.

And what is this new pic and name and all you are sporting eh? Very suspicious :sneaky:

twinkle_t20
Twinkle @twinkle_t20
Made this painting today. Hope u all like it. :smiley: :star:
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@brixcel Me been good ok, maybe a leetle bit naughty Abhi chilling at home for a couple of days...what you up to these days?

twinkle_t20
Twinkle @twinkle_t20
Made this painting today. Hope u all like it. :smiley: :star:
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@brixcel Aap bhi apna ek painting post kijiye na Then we will judge for ourselves!

devanshuraj
Devanshu Raj @devanshuraj
Nearly a century ago, biologists found that if they separated an invertebrate animal embryo into two parts at an early stage of its life, it would survive and develop as two normal embryos. This led them to believe that the (5) cells in the early embryo are undetermined in the sense that each cel...
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@pulkit_malik  Hum bhi bacche hain yaar, meet me halfway na? I am also doing my best, but it is frustrating to read a 4-5 para passage and break my head only to discover that the answer choices are all crap (which happens way too often).


shreyas1705
shreyas shetty @shreyas1705
Caribou are wary animals with excellent hearing, _so stalking them over the treeless landscape, getting close enough to kill it_ with nothing but a handheld lance, as Dorset people did, required exceptional hunting skill.
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@shreyas1705  If you want to say "so in order to do XYZ..." you need to continue by saying what those people did to enable them to do XYZ. Which this sentence does not. This sentence just say that "so to do XYZ required a lot of skill"

You could have used in order in something like "so in order to stalk them and get close enough to kill one, the Dorset people practiced from childhood, developing skill sets like those of Batman"

devanshuraj
Devanshu Raj @devanshuraj
Nearly a century ago, biologists found that if they separated an invertebrate animal embryo into two parts at an early stage of its life, it would survive and develop as two normal embryos. This led them to believe that the (5) cells in the early embryo are undetermined in the sense that each cel...
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

@pulkit_malik itna lamba to no way I will read without knowing source.

matrix4ever
Apurba Adhikari @matrix4ever
´╗┐Coniferous trees need quite a bit of light to grow. This is why the conifers of the far north tend to be tall and thin: the sun is always low in the sky, so they get most of their light from the side. Conifers of lower latitudes, where the light comes from overhead, tend to be shorter and flat o...
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

I am not in Seattle, but I have a very dicey net connection for this week (out of station). It is working for the moment, so am here, but most of the time... :'( .

matrix4ever
Apurba Adhikari @matrix4ever
´╗┐Coniferous trees need quite a bit of light to grow. This is why the conifers of the far north tend to be tall and thin: the sun is always low in the sky, so they get most of their light from the side. Conifers of lower latitudes, where the light comes from overhead, tend to be shorter and flat o...
scrabbler
Netless in Seattle @scrabbler

It is not about height alone, but about shape (width to height ratio) as both height and spread/width are described for the trees mentioned. Steep slope would cause a tree to be tall and thin as opposed to short and squat, right? @swargr 

Also, be careful with this question, Lord Bolton. There are Northern trees involved, and as you know, the North remembers... #winteriscoming