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Ultimately, an income-stream is the only thing a man can leave behind.
cf: “Shakespeare pays the bills.”
keywords: life, legacy, wealth, money

OBSERVATION

Ringside seats are purchased with the death of a multitude of alternatives.
(cf: opportunity cost)
keywords: life, General Systems Theory, choices, decisions

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Students need, and crave, relatively exact match-ups.
Relativity is achieved via sub-spaces, and is also widely used at the forefront of every discipline. Relatively exact match-ups are therefore easily tailored to any proximal development zone, but are seldom considered worth the trouble for supporting the early instruction of youth. The only instructional alternative to relatively exact match-ups is corner-cutting absolute match-ups that schools are infamous for. If the hunger for relatively exact match-ups is not met in the classroom, it is met on the playing field and the runway. This is the true significance of sports and fashion.
Corner-cutting absolute match-ups lead to prejudice, and prejudice leads to demonization, and demonization leads to blanket attack.
keywords: education, instruction, training, teaching, learning, study, curriculum, life, consequences

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The routine need for volunteers is symptomatic of an unbuffered environment.
A request for volunteers need not contain that word, for example, starting an announcement with ‘Needing…’ and then naming a specific object needed – which is equivalent to asking for volunteers to come forward with donations of that object.
A venue of loose cannons is the archetypal, or metaphorical, unbuffered environment.
keywords: life, General Systems Theory, persuasion, pressure, extra work

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In absolute terms, the range of a function is simply the set of second terms of its members, but in a concrete situation it can also mean the distinguished set that the function is mapping into.
keywords: Mathematics, Linguistics, Language Arts, distinction, ambiguity, terminology

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Person-to-person interaction is always significant, but ‘significant’ does not imply ‘productive’.
keywords: life, General Systems Theory, consequences, results, benefits, regrets

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Your engine consists of the regime of your match-ups.
keywords: life, General Systems Theory, navigation, strength, power, maneuverability, cyberspace

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‘access’ is coming to have the additional meaning of ‘make use of’, e.g.:
“Access a growing catalog of premium templates, fonts, and photos to create high-quality personalized content.”
keywords: Linguistics, Language Arts, cyberspace, IT, Information Technology, user-friendliness, convenience