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The costs of holi-deals would be called holi-costs. Holi-costs will occur again, year after year.
cf:
“The value of money can be learned in just about five minutes when the time comes, but Christmas is not the season.”
— Robert Benchley
keywords: linguistics, hyphens

OBSERVATION

Finding an example of a putative configuration is a major portion of academic research. For example, Mary Ellen Rudin found an example of a Dowker space.
keywords: Mathematics, General Topology, structure

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(suggested new terminology)
def: a hopscotch number is an integer w > 1 such that if p is a prime dividing w and n is the largest positive integer such that p^n divides w, then n = 1 or n is a prime less than p.
Theorem: Every square-free number is a hopscotch number.
Proof: Obvious.
def: a bulging number is an integer w greater than 1 that is not a hopscotch number.
Theorem: Every power of 2 greater than 2 is a bulging number.
Proof: Obvious.
keywords: Mathematics, Number Theory, divisibility

RECIPROCITY

The degree to which you attend to corner conditions times the degree to which you succumb to decorations is constant. The fact that decorations so often pose a danger, and that care consists of attending to corner conditions, is the basis of Benjamin Franklin’s saying, “Want of care does more damage than want of knowledge.” (-and is the basis of A. E. Housman’s observation: “As long as the sun and moon endure / Luck’s a chance, but trouble’s sure.”) Doing right ultimately consists of attending to corner conditions. Hence a good rule of life is: “Keep calm and proofread.”
cf:
“It is not your business to succeed, but to do right; when you have done so, the rest lies with God.”
— C. S. Lewis
keywords: reason, cause, religion, spirituality, choice, decision