2021.10.16 22:13 w3aryb0arpig Unsorted Multilingual Text
Hi all. Does anybody have any sources for data sets of written text in different languages? I am working with a language identification PoC and so I am hoping to find a pre-existing dataset.
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2021.10.16 22:13 VividElites__ The actual state of the sub
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2021.10.16 22:13 megacat11 Is anyone still stuck on "Looming in the Shadows" and/or the "Season of Legends" quests?
I took a little break from playing Pokemon Go, and now I'm struggling to find Giovanni and taking a snapshot of Landourus. Did Niantic temporarily disable these quests?
LOOMING IN THE SHADOWS 5/6: I've tried doing some research and it turns out you have to keep fighting the team rocket grunts until Giovanni pops up. However, I have not been successful. Does it matter if the grunt is riding the balloon or waiting at the poke stop? Also, the rocket radar thats "supposed to" locate the hideout is completely useless.
SEASON OF LEGENDS 2/5: Apparently, Landourus was around to catch around March and April 2021 as a random pokemon encounter. One source says they have a schedule of when certain rare pokemon are available to catch. Does this mean I may have to wait until next March to catch/photograph Landourus? Right now, I'm seeing alot of Giratinas and Scraggys.
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2021.10.16 22:13 M_i_c_K Phony Kamala and her Child Actors
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2021.10.16 22:13 sweetfish9 George’s solo on Let It Be is so much better on the album release than it is in the other 30 takes they did….
2021.10.16 22:13 PotatoPower1997 What happened to the author of Chuunibyou?
Hey folks, out of curiosity I checked on MAL the info for Torako, the author, to see if besides Chuunibyou there were other works done by them, but there was only the LN and the anime staff position as original creator. Did the author really not create anything else besides Chuunibyou?
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2021.10.16 22:13 lewismason21 I was circumcised yesterday.
2021.10.16 22:13 MasterCommunity186 Trying to choose a new keyboard
Had to return my faulty G513, so now I've got £100-160 and many choices which don't really stand out to me, save for the one I just returned. Are there any choices that stand out from the others in this price range (or less)?
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2021.10.16 22:13 Sufficient-Way-2837 Can students self-study in the second student center?
I’m looking for a place that students can self-study without making reservations. Better to have desks, chairs and wifi. Can we do that in the second student center? Or what places would you recommend? Thanks🙏🏻
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2021.10.16 22:13 kk_o [poly] questions abt sp architecture
hi! I’m currently an olevels student thinking about entering Singapore poly architecture (Darch) next year. I would rlly appreciate if anyone is able to answer these questions :)
2021.10.16 22:13 King-Fold8 Please add for raids 9505 7723 4822
2021.10.16 22:13 Harry89PL Anyone thinking about trying to use 2nd layers solution that scales the Ethereum network? I've made step-by-step instruction on how to bridge ETH from mainnet to Optimistic Ethereum network. Hope it will be helpful
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2021.10.16 22:13 NotThatJosh Confessions of a Prep School College Counselor (2001)
This is an old but still relevant essay from a college counselor who worked at Harvard-Westlake, LA's feeder school which sent about a quarter of its students to Ivy League colleges and Stanford.
In case, you don't read the whole essay here are some of my favorite parts:
Each of the hot hundred colleges held a certain position in a vast and inscrutable cosmology that only the students and their parents seemed to understand. The very names of schools I had always considered excellent made many students shudder—Kenyon, for example. They would snap briskly to attention if I said "Williams" or "Amherst." So why not Kenyon?
On the other hand, schools that I had never considered particularly dazzling turned out to be white-hot centers of the universe. In vast, high-achieving droves, for example, these kids wanted to go to Duke. Fine, but here's where I couldn't figure them out: they were dying to go to Duke, but Chapel Hill left them cold. Why? They couldn't put it into words exactly; it was as inexplicable and irreducible as falling in love.
The second thing applicants ought to consider seriously is that it's a great big PC world out there in Ivy-admissions land, and they can either get hip or go to State. Rachel Toor seems to think that her progressive social views—which she showcases to a curious degree in the book—put her in the minority among admissions people at elite colleges, but this was not my experience of these people as I came to know them during school visits and conventions. In my experience her viewpoint is the norm rather than the exception.
In evaluating students' extracurricular activities Toor is "personally most turned off by Junior Statesmen of America and by kids who started investment clubs at their schools." Pity the poor kid stuck out there in Louisville or Grand Rapids: he knows no better. Get a clue, kid! Dump the Statesmen! Join the Gay/Straight Student Alliance. Enroll in a women's-studies class—I don't care if you have to take two buses to get there. In fact, get to know the people on the bus and become incensed about their oppression (but not so incensed that you liberate the housekeeper while Mom's tied up in moot court).
The goal here is to raise your consciousness enough to attract the attention of an admissions officer at an elite college, but not so much that you find the very idea of an elite college objectionable. It's a fine line.
Today's applicant to the elite colleges enters a game in which the opportunity for committing a faux pas is just as great as it was fifty years ago, only now the faux pas is on the order of joining the Junior Statesmen of America rather than of sporting ill-fitting khakis. The Junior Statesmen strike an infelicitous note in the elite-college admissions office in part because they are presumably not keenly sensitized to the tyranny of the patriarchy, but even more so because the very name is redolent of the kind of middle-middle-class earnestness that the elite colleges have always shunned
Do the most highly selective colleges really offer a better education than less selective ones? This would be a much easier question to answer if the University of Chicago weren't such an unfashionable place among so many undergraduates. There it sits, with its dreamy Gothic architecture of the precise type that kids nowadays go in for, its bumper crop of Nobel laureates (the most in the nation), its hugely impressive student-faculty ratio, its demonstrably extraordinary programs and departments. But the kids don't really like it. Why? It's too intellectual. What, then, do they mean by the term "good education"? Good but not too good, I guess. It's the kind of education you can get at certain places but not others—at Georgetown but not at the University of Washington; at Duke but not at Chapel Hill. It's the kind of education you can get definitely at Stanford, less so at Berkeley, much less so at Michigan, hardly at all at Wisconsin, and not at all at the University of Illinois. That kind of thinking has always bewildered me. Even though Rachel Toor has genuine respect for Duke, she finds herself unable to provide a rational explanation for the school's current enormous popularity with students eyeing elite colleges.
The perception of what constitutes an "elite" school often has little to do with academic excellence. After all, one important measure of a university's quality is how many of its faculty members belong to the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine. The ultra-selective Brown counts among its faculty sixteen who are members. Duke, the object of many a prep school student's swoon, has thirty-five. But the University of Washington has seventy-one, Wisconsin sixty-four, Michigan fifty-eight, Texas fifty-four, and Illinois fifty-three.submitted by NotThatJosh to ApplyingToCollege [link] [comments]
2021.10.16 22:13 AnriRB26 Here is a brilliant review of Kimi To Boku by Kaze
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2021.10.16 22:13 Sciirof Terribly sorry about my photoshop skills, but this was my best attempt
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2021.10.16 22:13 lettucefromlidl does this mean he's interested in me...
so there's this guy at work I've been getting into lately. he's nice to talk to, funny, all that. I'm just trying to know him a bit better so i can be sure i really want to ask him out, since work relationships can be complicated and i don't want to fuck this up. but anyway, there's this thing he said to me the other day, i don't know if im just imagining things or if he was like, testing the waters. i mentioned how I've been working too many weekends lately and after a while he just goes "yeah, i imagine your boyfriend isn't too happy that you couldn't be together those days" i have never mentioned having a boyfriend, in fact i think i once said it when he was in the room that i didn't have one. either way, im probably going to ask this guy out, but uhh I'd like to know if im just reading too much into it or if that actually meant something
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2021.10.16 22:13 LilDoctor007 Texas Senate approves $3 billion for higher education construction projects
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2021.10.16 22:13 -Noah Am I crazy?
I have some issues. They arent with everyone, only with certain people. These issues are communication-related and come out in general conversations or debates. I think the people that these issues occur with are somewhat dumb and can't fully understand me. I feel like they don't really know what they're talking about in a discussion and don't even fully comprehend my response either. They get emotional quickly and I don't know if I'm the issue or they are. I know I'm not always right and I know I can be difficult to deal with at times, especially in debates. I personally feel like, in the instances that I am talking about, the issue is the other persons... I don't know what it is, it's not intelligence but the ability to understand the conversation in depth?
The only conclusions I've reached are:
2021.10.16 22:13 Bigjimdawg Weatherspoons getting tight with their portions?
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2021.10.16 22:13 ionlywantdamemes I’m sick and I got bored so I decided to paint my crappy poles. I was thinking about adding some red somewhere. Criticism or advice welcome
2021.10.16 22:13 Eva_Canares Bitcoin to 100k, So why the hell not . Earn Daily Interest Now.
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2021.10.16 22:13 guanaco55 Lazy crane operators making $250,000 a year exacerbating port crisis, truckers say
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2021.10.16 22:13 tacocravr [WP] The messenger caught his breath, and looked up at the hermit with tears in his eyes. "I've come from the south. We're the only ones left. The humans have finally pushed us into extinction."
2021.10.16 22:13 Elenekav Karma chain is here!
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2021.10.16 22:13 reddit_feed_bot tedcruz: Bravo to @Delta for having the courage to say NO to the federal vaccine mandate. It’s the right thing to do—to respect the right of their employees to make their own personal decisions about their own healthcare. https://t.co/6QEQoqA4mP
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