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Health / Weight Training and Body Building
« on: February 22, 2021, 05:42:13 AM »

Weight Training and Body Building


Useful information for all of the body building oriented and weight training interested people.

Weight training is a form of exercise where the body is subjected to increasing amounts of resistance in the form of weights. The body has to work against gravity and in the process adapts itself and becomes stronger. With weight training, the size of the muscles increases due to the adapting of the body to increasing amounts of load. The increased muscles lead to more strength, and hence more load bearing ability of the body. Weight training can go further in the form of body building which is a sport and art form, as one has to work hard to develop all the muscle groups and then skillfully and artistically display the muscles on the stage.

The muscles are composed of fibers. When a person lifts weights, the muscle fibers tire out and recruit new muscle fibers. This, however, happens only when the weight training is adequate enough, and the muscles tire out adequately. For this to happen, the weight trainee must lift weights in sets of 8-15 repetitions (depending on the exercise) making sure that the trainee does each set to failure. What this means is that the trainee should adjust the amount of weight so that he can only accomplish 8-15 repetitions in each set, and does not have the strength to go beyond this amount of repetitions.

Keep the following points in mind while commencing a weight training program:

1. Weights must be lifted in 8-12 repetitions per set for the upper body and 12-15 repetitions per set for the lower body.

2. Each set must be carried out to failure.

3. Muscle groups exercised on a particular day should be rested on the next day since muscles need time to grow.

4. The amount of weight should be progressively increased so that each set is completed to failure. The amount of weight you lift i.e. how hard you push your muscles in a training session is referred to as the intensity of the training. Cardiovascular endurance is the limiting factor in increasing the weight training intensity since the body must have the capacity to supply enough oxygen to the muscles.

5. You must progressively increase the intensity of the exercise as you work along your weight training program. You can increase the intensity by increasing the load, or by doing the sets faster and cutting down the period of rest between sets. The stronger you become, the more intensity of exercise will be required to make a difference to the muscles. Some ways to increase the intensity of the weight training workout are:

a) Supersets: Where you group two exercises together for opposing muscle groups.

b) Tri-sets: Where you do three exercises for a muscle group without a pause.

c) Giant Sets: Where you do 4-6 exercises of a muscle group with little or no rest.

d) Descending Sets: You can reduce the weights within a set by removing plates. This can help to increase the overall intensity of the set since you will be able to maximize your lifting potential during each set.

e) Forced Reps: When you cannot do any more reps, ask an attendant to help you a little so you can do a few extra reps.

f) Partial Reps: You can do some reps without the full range of motion to make them easier. This can be done when you cannot complete a full set of the normal reps.

6. Weights should be lifted through the longest range of possible motions for each exercise to engage the maximum number of muscle fibers.

Over Training and Pain:

In weight training, you must stop whenever you feel pain. This should not be confused with the burning sensation that you get when you are doing a lot of hard repetitions to full capacity. That burning feeling is due to the build up of lactic acid in the muscles and is different from injury. The burning is an indication that the muscles are working to full capacity and you can push them a little further - still trying to avoid injury. If you feel a pain that is not associated with the burning sensation, it is time to stop. It is better to call off the day's exercise plan than to run the risk of not exercising for a whole month if an injury takes place.

Over training is a phenomenon that is caused by over enthusiasm leading to excessive exercise. Over exercising can not only lead to injury and wear and tear but also to mental fatigue. It is one of the major reasons why people, especially youngsters, give up exercising after some time. Training should be done to the point that it is comfortable to the mind and the body. The saying "The more the better" does not always hold true while exercising. In case the muscles have been over fatigued, they usually recover after 48 hours of rest, which can be safely prescribed. If the problem seems to be a muscle tear, sprain or related to the bone, you must treat it as a sports injury and take further precautions.

Weight Training and Endurance:

Weight training helps to build the bodies muscular endurance i.e. the bodies ability to engage a large number of muscle fibers so as to complete several repetitions of the exercise. Weight training however improves the cardiovascular system along with the muscular endurance. This is essential since weight training leads to a build up of lactic acid in the muscles which can then be reprocessed into energy by the cardiovascular system. It is therefore a good idea to mix aerobic exercises with weight training exercises so that the bodies cardiovascular system also becomes stronger with the muscles.

Warming Up and Stretching

Warming up is essential before any form of exercise. The warming up process protects the body from injury and heats up the body besides supplying oxygenated blood to the various areas so as to prepare it for exercise. Warming up can take the form of light jogging, standing exercises and cycling, etc.

Repetitions and Sets (Reps and Sets)

Weight training exercises are always carried out in sets of exercises. A set comprises repetitions of an exercise. Five sets of any particular exercise are enough to stimulate the muscles. More than five sets could lead to over training injuries and should be avoided. Repetitions of a weight training exercise should be carried out to the point of failure (up to the level where you can go no further).

This should be accomplished with the correct amount of weight so that you can accomplish five sets to failure with the following amount of reps in each set:

First set, 15 reps
Second set, 10 reps
Third set, 8 reps
Fourth set, 6 reps
Fifth set, 6 reps


You must try to train at a steady pace. If you train too slowly, you will give the muscles too much time to recover (and they will not grow as fast), and if you train too fast, you can injure yourself and over-strain your cardiovascular system. The perfect rest period between sets is 1 minute. Remember to breathe out when you exert effort i.e. when your body exerts to lift a load. Never hold your breath during weight training as your blood pressure increases substantially while lifting the load and stopping your breath can take it even higher and to dangerous levels.



Disclaimer: The information contained in the post is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian.

 

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Health / Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 16, 2021, 04:25:01 PM »

Aerobics


Everything about the aerobics.

When it comes to learn or do aerobics, you may think of it as a part of the fitness industry, which is certainly one of the most lucrative industries in the world today. According to some people, employment of fitness trainers and instructors is projected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Well, COVID-19 may change these figures, but the trend is obvious.
 
As businesses, governments, and insurance organizations continue to recognize the benefits of health and fitness programs (like aerobics classes) for their employees, incentives to join gyms or other types of health clubs (for example aerobics clubs) are expected to increase the need for fitness (including aerobics) trainers and instructors.

A man thinks that this is an opportune time (in some areas) to become an aerobics trainer and reap the huge rewards through a well directed and dedicated effort. There is a goal of becoming a professional aerobics instructor. It's good to think about it "You have made the right decision." 8)

The important in such a case is to choose an aerobics instructor program that is well recognized, then maybe you are also making an important and wise decision to enter the fitness industry (as an aerobics instructor), because people are saying this industry offers an amazing opportunity to hard working and dedicated professionals as more and more people are attracted towards the benefits of exercise on the mind and body.

Wishing all of aerobics guys good luck! 8) :)

And about the aerobics tests


About the final aerobics certification tests. They're very important! Be responsible. You should take the test without referring to the text materials, and it is advisable that you are well prepared before attempting the tests.

An example of such test -- the specifications of that aerobics test are in this format:

1. Type of exam -- Multiple choice with one or more correct answer/answers.

2. Duration -- 45 minutes to 1 hour.

3. Number of questions -- 40-60 questions.

4. Weightage -- All questions carry equal marks.

5. Navigation -- You can go back and answer unanswered questions.

6. Answer Review -- You can review the questions at the end of the exam by going back and answering marked questions.

7. Exhibits -- Some exams will require you to answer a question based upon an exhibit.

8. Pass marks -- 50%.

9. Retake Policy -- You can retake the test any number of times by paying the required retake fee.

Of course, it's just an example; some exams may follow a different format. You should read the exam details very carefully before registering.

Well, and yes, it's good to have an aerobics certificate. 8) This certificate can be used as a means of marketing your aerobics instructor services as well as while seeking a job in the related field (aerobics-related job). But you should know well all the essential practices and techniques of aerobics!

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学习英语 / 1001 most common English words
« on: October 01, 2020, 04:18:55 AM »

One thousand and one most common English words


1001 most common English words:
a
ability
able
about
above
accept
according
account
across
act
action
activity
actually
add
address
administration
admit
adult
affect
after
again
against
age
agency
agent
ago
agree
agreement
ahead
air
all
allow
almost
alone
along
already
also
although
always
American
among
amount
analysis
and
animal
another
answer
any
anyone
anything
appear
apply
approach
area
argue
arm
around
arrive
art
article
artist
as
ask
assume
at
attack
attention
attorney
audience
author
authority
available
avoid
away
baby
back
bad
bag
ball
bank
bar
base
be
beat
beautiful
because
become
bed
before
begin
behavior
behind
believe
benefit
best
better
between
beyond
big
bill
billion
bit
black
blood
blue
board
body
book
born
both
box
boy
break
bring
brother
budget
build
building
business
but
buy
by
call
camera
campaign
can
cancer
candidate
capital
car
card
care
career
carry
case
catch
cause
cell
center
central
century
certain
certainly
chair
challenge
chance
change
character
charge
check
child
choice
choose
church
citizen
city
civil
claim
class
clear
clearly
close
coach
cold
collection
college
color
come
commercial
common
community
company
compare
computer
concern
condition
conference
Congress
consider
consumer
contain
continue
control
cost
could
country
couple
course
court
cover
create
crime
cultural
culture
cup
current
customer
cut
dark
data
daughter
day
dead
deal
death
debate
decade
decide
decision
deep
defense
degree
Democrat
democratic
describe
design
despite
detail
determine
develop
development
die
difference
different
difficult
dinner
direction
director
discover
discuss
discussion
disease
do
doctor
dog
door
down
draw
dream
drive
drop
drug
during
each
early
east
easy
eat
economic
economy
edge
education
effect
effort
eight
either
election
else
employee
end
energy
enjoy
enough
enter
entire
environment
environmental
especially
establish
even
evening
event
ever
every
everybody
everyone
everything
evidence
exactly
example
executive
exist
expect
experience
expert
explain
eye
face
fact
factor
fail
fall
family
far
fast
father
fear
federal
feel
feeling
few
field
fight
figure
fill
film
final
finally
financial
find
fine
finger
finish
fire
firm
first
fish
five
floor
fly
focus
follow
food
foot
for
force
foreign
forget
form
former
forward
four
free
friend
from
front
full
fund
future
game
garden
gas
general
generation
get
girl
give
glass
go
goal
good
government
great
green
ground
group
grow
growth
guess
gun
guy
hair
half
hand
hang
happen
happy
hard
have
he
head
health
hear
heart
heat
heavy
help
her
here
herself
high
him
himself
his
history
hit
hold
home
hope
hospital
hot
hotel
hour
house
how
however
huge
human
hundred
husband
I
idea
identify
if
image
imagine
impact
important
improve
in
include
including
increase
indeed
indicate
individual
industry
information
inside
instead
institution
interest
interesting
international
interview
into
investment
involve
issue
it
item
its
itself
job
join
just
keep
key
kid
kill
kind
kitchen
know
knowledge
land
language
large
last
late
later
laugh
law
lawyer
lay
lead
leader
learn
least
leave
left
leg
legal
less
let
letter
level
lie
life
light
like
likely
line
list
listen
little
live
local
long
look
lose
loss
lot
love
low
machine
magazine
main
maintain
major
majority
make
man
manage
management
manager
many
market
marriage
material
matter
may
maybe
me
mean
measure
media
medical
meet
meeting
member
memory
mention
message
method
middle
might
military
million
mind
minute
miss
mission
model
modern
moment
money
month
more
morning
most
mother
mouth
move
movement
movie
Mr
Mrs
much
music
must
my
myself
name
nation
national
natural
nature
near
nearly
necessary
need
network
never
new
news
newspaper
next
nice
night
no
none
nor
north
not
note
nothing
notice
now
n't
number
occur
of
off
offer
office
officer
official
often
oh
oil
ok
old
on
once
one
only
onto
open
operation
opportunity
option
or
order
organization
other
others
our
out
outside
over
own
owner
page
pain
painting
paper
parent
part
participant
particular
particularly
partner
party
pass
past
patient
pattern
pay
peace
people
per
perform
performance
perhaps
period
person
personal
phone
physical
pick
picture
piece
place
plan
plant
play
player
PM
point
police
policy
political
politics
poor
popular
population
position
positive
possible
power
practice
prepare
present
president
pressure
pretty
prevent
price
private
probably
problem
process
produce
product
production
professional
professor
program
project
property
protect
prove
provide
public
pull
purpose
push
put
quality
question
quickly
quite
race
radio
raise
range
rate
rather
reach
read
ready
real
reality
realize
really
reason
receive
recent
recently
recognize
record
red
reduce
reflect
region
relate
relationship
religious
remain
remember
remove
report
represent
Republican
require
research
resource
respond
response
responsibility
rest
result
return
reveal
rich
right
rise
risk
road
rock
role
room
rule
run
safe
same
save
say
scene
school
science
scientist
score
sea
season
seat
second
section
security
see
seek
seem
sell
send
senior
sense
series
serious
serve
service
set
seven
several
sex
sexual
shake
share
she
shoot
short
shot
should
shoulder
show
side
sign
significant
similar
simple
simply
since
sing
single
sister
sit
site
situation
six
size
skill
skin
small
smile
so
social
society
soldier
some
somebody
someone
something
sometimes
son
song
soon
sort
sound
source
south
southern
space
speak
special
specific
speech
spend
sport
spring
staff
stage
stand
standard
star
start
state
statement
station
stay
step
still
stock
stop
store
story
strategy
street
strong
structure
student
study
stuff
style
subject
success
successful
such
suddenly
suffer
suggest
summer
support
sure
surface
system
table
take
talk
task
tax
teach
teacher
team
technology
television
tell
ten
tend
term
test
than
thank
that
the
their
them
themselves
then
theory
there
these
they
thing
think
third
this
those
though
thought
thousand
threat
three
through
throughout
throw
thus
time
to
today
together
tonight
too
top
total
tough
toward
town
trade
traditional
training
travel
treat
treatment
tree
trial
trip
trouble
true
truth
try
turn
TV
two
type
under
understand
unit
until
up
upon
us
use
usually
value
various
very
victim
view
violence
visit
voice
vote
wait
walk
wall
want
war
watch
water
way
we
weapon
wear
week
weight
well
west
western
what
whatever
when
where
whether
which
while
white
who
whole
whom
whose
why
wide
wife
will
win
wind
window
wish
with
within
without
woman
wonder
word
work
worker
world
worry
would
write
writer
wrong
yard
yeah
year
yes
yet
you
young
your
yourself
zoo

8) :)

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学习英语 / 英语语法
« on: January 28, 2019, 02:06:00 AM »

英语语法


The English lexicon may be broken into 8 categories, based on different uses or parts of speech. These eight categories are: adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, determiners, nouns, prepositions, pronouns, and verbs.

English does not assign gender grammatically.

Nouns are sub-categorized in the following categories: proper (John, Persia), common (snake, lemonade), sensory (touch, look) and abstract nouns (cowardice, anger). A further distinction is made between countable (oranges, shirts) and unaccountable nouns (milk, water). There also exists a crossover, nouns which are both countable and uncountable (dinner/dinners).

Countable nouns are made into plurals, most often, by the addition of –(e)s (plums, peaches). Another method is used for irregular forms (man/men, woman/women). Occasionally nouns will use the same form for both singular and plural (sheep, fish).

Nouns in the English language take the possessive form to show ownership. This is achieved by the addition of: -'s (Mary's, people’s). Multiplicity of ownership is indicated by the addition of the apostrophe after the word (dogs’ owners).  Possession can be shown in two common ways; as the determiner (Tom's cat), and also as a noun phrase (Tom's is the red car).

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Internet / BBcode list
« on: November 06, 2018, 11:49:13 PM »

BBcode list


Usefule BBcode information: a BBcode list.

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Internet / 100 Strong Good Passwords (numbers and letters only)
« on: November 01, 2018, 05:13:54 PM »

100 Strong Good Passwords (numbers and letters only)


You already have a choice of 100 strong and good passwords. They consist of different signs (symbols) like ""}", "$", "#", "?", ".", "\" and so on. If this kind of passwords is useless for you then you may need these new 100 passwords (they consist of numbers and letters only, but they're still good and strong, because there are uppercase and lowercase letters). To make your password better and more unique, you may add to it some more numbers and letters like this. Let's say the password is 5t3Ijj320K8jj1. You may add to it these "7Ye" or these "v3A1q".

Here comes the list:

1. fKjOFaPxGGsE02jlg
2. jUJdG6Mh9kaaYd2
3. nNoZRcjcV8iUd42
4. 5UViO9uuhTdsg24
5. GfaQoyJVaT46KeKs
6. Zltj7NGxbucH6c0d
7. iNLI0wuHabsKRa7
8. ppN5pFqUQrBLg2h
9. bNIhtY9oV5THcXvf9g
10. 4eKPdqu24l8W51dd
11. oh0yUptu4n7ddd24
12. SsHunmTWUg5Td
13. ldCyDZTk3QkP3f422r
14. hYBlsZA7sdh6Edr
15. uAIahmamVGE1Td
16. tTha4ajElpv1aCSyvd
17. IiUlBdE1XiqPCYCYZd
18. IP95Ie9HN6RFk6f4
19. 6UkPKwTyxpO0l22
20. k7AIEiQESnBga14
21. 64KM3nI3nZzS5yf
22. vUnQvY6EiSVVfl2
23. c3Maw6N4MYrEd
24. N0hACIXP97nvMqd
25. zOYPsEguUd3d2ook
26. 9T6qLLEkDoCQc1d
27. NfAXJOlPuRZoatde4
28. 2ap2f0jJ8fi7LIm3rd
29. AKOb0LVe3UPy5jqNd
30. g2wjOfSuJgJDyzBrq3
31. vw9UFvoKcU4nHde
32. wDowCUUowcLode
33. ayb4kpdECbWn0gc
34. qF2T5pxJLatPGsfgg2
35. ABuYqprzPWKH5ppsv
36. VGWvdqUxCliOO2v
37. Qgw4j4PlZBnxogBg
38. KftfHBLsWwom9fd2
39. HTxNG2bdaYpNbvfd
40. YKqDVgYakzRr2Wfs
41. RmbzXZX8O0aB2je32
42. rDBjg3E6VqNuZwf2
43. U8Y5hHnQjhWzfd3g
44. EjAwd7lTueERddQWf
45. xUfL22JFk6KdFivBg
46. L5vHf3A59n3Z52Eg
47. wlMvSszLBx3SRfg4
48. 5aiKSBsiMPiUbBivPg
49. 2rlpiLZCgILuuv4hg
50. 0CAkO9Y3dnBfhh55
51. uMx1cm7pq10fhh5
52. FQ5NJ7KeScFjwf5h
53. t0l9A0xllBhjff2fgjh5
54. rTcW6BjzU37mrxg
55. Zw6jsDJnae1n4f75j
56. EPsaQl52GljXsAsj7
57. mgmbkH9ovzlRajj5
58. 30VymC2qz2Cm5wqa
59. xMRng8242UHsX6wJs
60. zDS8TfmfEugvBssd
61. H2ju24ypykC5imKTs
62. i9ChfWXbrzkGmWId
63. 4kUOjDXQY0wfQH1
64. THCR3xuzndDh57
65. gBRIqp9QxQdOg33f
66. gHk0Uqj3GS9ed3d5
67. DRfCbwOc4qIrod
68. 7KReqSAtSvcKzhc
69. xzfIjBH7CCHwYscck
70. TpWCtPVhCRDc9
71. A6C8bq9JMXtoK0
72. ikwLmHZRTDLw9w1
73. RzecBeioc3321dg1
74. D0Xk7PAJL6Zd
75. oG9EWxvM4n2
76. 31OCTjHP6g0f3
77. PIgQW5rFrSzEc
78. wnsYZIiS3080ec
79. 96rm3mUefZl0c
80. HMJ84PDQImkc3
81. Zga3GcPoPeUcN
82. Cncl3ReguIuH1rf
83. TniTuw8SxFc13r
84. ceCUGjOJO7Acf
85. 87zDa6Wm4fDc
86. eXVU4qgpUm8Mc
87. OQKKDdR7M119
88. pNkOR7EuOvk0
89. uOH78bBJgMoc97
90. 0HoqILTlJCe4llb23
91. EmTpmB9p3HIcl93
92. XhzwsvuazShP122
93. WLI234adhrz4w3
94. EEM0YtlTxa13V234
95. IqL7d44RmFVlT3
96. 4wnBis1Q50XQSBl13K
97. kHaBnTmh5h7r8ted04
98. pPeolMsUzQBFdnfmd1
99. iVXSJ4RE5RlkVZSM166
100. DLUev4Qjekdixogz4

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Internet / 100 Strong Good Passwords
« on: November 01, 2018, 04:39:12 PM »

100 strong and good passwords


Here are 100 strong and good passwords. You may use them if you need, but it's better to modify them a bit before you use them like changing some of the elements with your owns. For instance if the password is "T66j01xo$2*12!1" you may add to it one more letter and one more number and one more sign (for example "T66j01xo$2*12!19a^" or "~qT66j01xo$2*12!17"). That will make your password more unique and a bit better.

A list of 100 strong and good passwords


1. vfeh.7|v?j0rySQn:113i
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Internet / webhp virus (webhp malware)
« on: November 01, 2018, 04:07:33 PM »

webhp


Important!

webhp virus; webhp malware


Important and useful about the webhp problem.

"What is Google Webhp and How to Remove it": https://www.howto-connect.com/google-webhp/

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WARNING: Avoid (at All Costs) Sites that Promise to Let You Hack Facebook Users


I am not very familiar with the Facebook and I'm not interested to learn a lot about it, but we have to admit that it's one of the most popular websites around the world (still). So, in this case, I think I have to share this good warning: "WARNING: Avoid (at All Costs) Sites that Promise to Let You Hack Other Facebook Users": the link is https://www.adweek.com/digital/fbwand-facebook-hacker/. I really hope it's useful for many netizens to avoid problems. And let me add that to hack something isn't good and it's not a good idea.

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Internet / Xiecheng
« on: July 02, 2018, 11:11:34 PM »

Xiecheng


Xiecheng is a Chinese word (携程). It's the name of a very popular Chinese provider of travel services. Its other name is Ctrip. Therefor ctrip.com and xiecheng.com are the same company's.

You may read more:

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Internet / 火狐 (huohu)
« on: June 10, 2018, 10:39:53 PM »

火狐

huohu


火狐 in Latin huohu (or separated: huo hu) means "Firefox" in Chinese. About: https://baike.baidu.com/item/Mozilla%20Firefox/3504923

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Internet / Flip a coin (coin flipping) -- everything about it
« on: June 01, 2018, 01:05:42 AM »

Everything about the coin flipping (coin tossing; heads or tails)


"Tossing a coin" By Ipipipourax - Own work, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14758687

Probably all of you saw it at least once till now. And you call it in different way: flip a coin, coin flip, heads or tails, flip coin, coin toss. It (coin flipping, coin tossing, or heads or tails) is the practice of throwing a coin in the air and checking which side is showing when it lands to choose between 2 alternatives, sometimes to resolve a dispute between two parties. (It is a form of sortition which inherently has only two possible and equally likely outcomes.) More about it in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coin_flipping.

"Tossed coin" By Филип Романски - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24651442

Online flip coin generator


Yes, there are many online flip coin generators. I like this flip coin generator: https://www.random.org/coins/. It allows you to flip virtual coins and the randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.

How to say "coin flipping" in other languages


In other languages (non-English):

  • Spanish: Cara o cruz
  • German: Münzwurf
  • Russian: Подбрасывание монеты
  • French: Pile ou face
  • Japanese: コイントス
  • Korean: 동전 던지기
  • Turkish: Yazı tura
  • Greek: Κορώνα ή γράμματα
  • Finnish: Kolikon heittäminen
  • Swedish: Slantsingling
  • Dutch: Kruis of munt
  • Chinese:  抛硬币

More about the coins: https://www.britannica.com/topic/coin.

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Internet / Rulers online (virtual rulers, onscreen rulers)
« on: January 15, 2018, 04:06:04 PM »

A topic about the online rulers (aka virtual rulers)


Maybe you know what the rulers are, but I'll give you some short definitions:

1.
Quote
A ruler, sometimes called a rule or line gauge, is a straightedge with equally spaced markings along its length.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruler Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

2.
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A straight strip or cylinder of plastic, wood, metal, or other rigid material, typically marked at regular intervals and used to draw straight lines or measure distances.
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/ruler

Now you probably know what I mean. To be quite sure, I'll show you the pronunciation(-s) of the word 'ruler': [ˈru:lə(r)], [ˈrulɚ] plus a photograph of different kinds of rulers: By No machine-readable author provided. Peng assumed (based on copyright claims). - No machine-readable source provided. Own work assumed (based on copyright claims)., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=141695 We published recently a photograph of a flexible ruler too.
 

Concrete online rulers (onscreen rulers, virtual rulers)


The good news -- they already exist! There are different online rulers (also knows as onscreen rulers, virtual rulers, rulers online...) and here I'd like to represent some of them:

1. This website measures the size of your screen and creates the image of a ruler that is the actual size: iRuler.net.

2. Ruler with centimeters and inches. Configurable for different screens: freeonlineruler.com.

3. Website shows ruler in real size based on your monitor size: PreciseRuler.com.

If you wanna more, just let us know! 8) :)

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