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I share them - because they are worth it. I believe it is valuable knowing about them, and understanding what they represent - to inturn develop your own opinion regarding the bigger picture.

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A "library" is defined as :

collection of books... for use or borrowing by the public...

 

However, the PURPOSE of a library is defined :

  1. to provide a flexible space with a wide and inclusive range of resources to support learning and teaching throughout the school

  2. to have a vibrant role in the development of a culture that promotes wider reading, motivated readers and learners for life.

Abstract

 

  • existing in thought or as an idea but not having physical or concrete experience

  • relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but rather seeks to achieve its effect using shape, colours and textures

  • consider something theoretically or separately from

  • extract or remove (something)

  • make a written (summory) of (an article or book)

 

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Abstinance

 

  • restraint from the eagerness of pleasure and continued use or consumption of desires - prevention of sould from suffocation.

Acquaintance

 

  • knowledge or experience something.

  • a person one knows slightly, but who is not a close friend.

  • being casually aware (familiar) with something or someone.

Adaptability

 

 

  • the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions.

  • shows the ability to learn from experience and improve the fitness of the learner as a competitor.

  • the ability to change according to the need of the environment.

  • flexibility in the job description.

  • able or willing to change in order to suit different conditions.

Agoraphobia

 

 

Ambition

 

  • a [strong] desire  to do or achieve something.

  • an earnest desire for some type of achievement or distinction, as power, honour, fame, or wealth, and the willingness to strive for its attainment.

  • The object, state, or desired result sought after.

  • something a person hopes to do.

Analogy

 

 

  • a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.

  • a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison is based.

  • compare two things that are mostly different from other, but have same traits in common.

Anatomy

 

  • the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of humans, animals, and other living organisms, especially as revealed by dissection and the separation of parts.

  • a study of the structure or internal working of something (relationship between parts.)

  • the study of various internal structures inside the human body that allows it to function properly - sections of a building.

Anecdote

 

 

  • a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.

  • a brief, relieving account of an individual.

Anger

 

  • a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hospitality.

  • fill (someone) with anger, provoking it.

  • irritation.

Anomalous

 

 

  • deviating from what is standard, normal or expected.

  • deviating from or inconsistent with the common order, form or rule, irregular abnormal.

  • not fitting into a common or familiar type classification, or pattern, unusual.

Anxious

 

  • make a serious, urgent, heartfelt request.

  • an earnest request for aid, support, sympathy, mercy, etc.

  • an earnest plea.

  • a resort to a higher authority or great power, as for sanction, corroboration.

  • When it " to you : you like it.

  • when you " to someone : and urgent request to them.

Arbitrary

 

 

  • a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.

  • a brief, relieving account of an individual.

Architecture

 

  • the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings.

  • the complex of carefully designed structure of something.

  • the quality og being arrogant (self-importance); having or revealing an exxaggerated sense of one's own importance or abilities.

  • an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions.

  • overbearing assumption.

  • when a person believes he or she is better than others and knows more than everyone else, or when a person believes he is capable of something he really isn't.

  • When a person thinks he is never wrong.

  • behaces in a proud, unpleasant way towards other people..\

  • Haughtiness (disdainful - superiority and show lack of respect to others.

Aspiration

 

  • a hope or ambition of achieving something.

  • the action or process of drawing breath.

  • the action of pronouncing a sound with an exhalation of breath.

Associate

 

 

  • connecting (someone or something) with something else in one's mind.

  • a concept connected with another.

Authority

 

 

  • the power or right to give orders, make decisions and enforce obedience.

  • a person or organisatin having political or administrative power or control.

  • the power of influence others, especially because of one's commanding manner or one's recognised knowledge about something.

  • the confident quality of someone who knows a lot about someone or who is respected or obeyed by other people.

Autonomous

 

  • (a country or region) having the freedom to govern itself or control its own affairs.

  • having freedomg to act independently

  • in Kantian Model Philosophy : acting in accorance with one's moral duty rather than one's desires.

  • responding, reacting, or developing independently of the whole ( a tumor.)

Aversive

 

 

  • causing avoidance of a thing, situation or behaviour by using an unpleasant or pushing stimulus, as in techniques of behaviour modification.

Advocate

 

 

  • a person who publicly supports or recommend a particular cause or policy.

  • a person who puts a case on someone else's behalf.

  • pleads for someone.

Achievement

 

  • successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill or courage.

  • the process or fact of achieving something.

  • a representation of a coat of arms with the adjuncts to which a bearer of arms is entitled.

Accountable

 

  • required or expected to justify actions or decisions, responsible

  • able to be explained or understood

  • the obligation (duty) of an individual or organisation to account for its activities, accept responsibilities for them and to disclose the results in a transparent matter.

  • touching the emotions; moving

  • making a difference to.

  • sharing the sense of INFLUENCE.

  • emotionally touching.

A feeling

 

 

  • an emotional state or reaction.

  • an idea, or belief, especially a vague or irrational one.

  • the capacity to experience the sensory of touch.

  • a sensitivity to or intuitive understanding.

  • showing emotion or sensitivity.

  • be aware of ( a person or object) through touching or being touched.

  • have a belief or impression, especially without an identifiable reason.

  • closely related to reaction and emootions.

Authentic

 

  • of undisputed origin and not a copy; genuine.

  • not false and origin supported by unquestionable evidence.

Attribute

 

  • as regards to something being caused by.

  • the quality or feauture regarded as a characteristic or inherence part of someone or something.

  • ...thought of appealing or disgust.

Balance

 

  • an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady.

  • a situation in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions.

  • a counteracting force / weight.

  • having just the right amount - not too much, not too little, of any quality - leading to harmony and evenness.

  • admiration of others who might have it.

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Banal

 

  • so lacking in originality as to be obvious and boring.

  • something common and over used.

Behaviour
  • the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others.

  • the way in which an animal or preson behaves in response to a particular situation or stimuli.

  • the way in which a machine or natural phenomenon works or funtions; usually towards others.

  • is the range of actions and mannerisms mode by individuals, organisms, systems... vs situations.

Belief

 

  • an acceptance that something exists or is true, especially without proof.

  • trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something.

Bifurcate
  • divide into two branches or forks.

  • STUDIES : emphasis educational theory.

  • PRACTICE : practice technique and specialisation.

Binary

 

  • relating to / composed of, or involving two things.

  • utilising two harmless ingredients that upon combining form a lethal substance.

Bored

 

  • feeling weary and impatient because ons is unoccupied or lacks interest in one's current activity (involvement.)

  • making (a hole) in something with a tool or by digging.

  • uninterested; repetitious person, activity or state.

  • have nothing to do - being restless.

Boundaries
  • a line which marks the limit of an area, a dividing line.

  • something that shows where an area ends and another beings: a point or limit that indicates where things become different.

  • "unofficial" rules about what should not be done : limits that define acceptable behaviour.

Brand idendity

 

  • it is how the company wants to be perceived by the consumer. The components of the brand (name, logo, tagline, tone and typeface) are created by the business to reflect the value the company is trying to bring to the market and to appeal to its customers.

  • is the perceptions, ideas, concepts, and visuals that distinguish one product from others in the same market. The way you speak, write, work, and communicate, it all adds up to create a personality that distinguishes you from others, establishing your own brand.

  • your brand is what people say about you behind your back.

Brave
  • ready to fave and endure danger or pain.

  • showing courage.

  • endure (unpleasant conditions or behaviour) without showing fear.

  • bold, intrepid, daring, dauntless, heroic.

Bricolage

 

  • (in art of literature) construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.

Burgeois
  • Belonging to or characteristics of the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialist values or conventional attitudes.

  • social group between the rich and poor (consumer.)

Business

 

  • a person's regular occupation, profession or trade.

  • a commercial activity.

  • traditional law and ritual.

  • an organisation or economic system where goods and services are exchanged for one another or for money. Every business requires some form of investment and enough customers to whom its output can be sold on a consistent basis in order to make a profit.

Call-to-Action

 

  • an exhoratation or stimulus to do something in order to achieve an aim or deal with a problem.

  • a piece of content intended to induce a viewer, reader or listener to perform specific act, typically taking the form of an instruction or directive.

  • Buy, click, share.

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Capacity

 

  • the maximum amount that something can contain.

  • the amount that something can produce (extent.)

  • your ability to do something (reference to perceived abilities, skills, and expertise of school leaders, teachers, etc.) - to execute or accomplish something specific.

Affecting

 

Allegiances

 

Apathetic

 

Appeals

 

Aristocratic

 

Arrogance

 

  • an anient tern - agora - a public open space used for assemblies and markets.

  • extreme or irrational fear of open or public spaces (being in crowds.)

  • loyalty or commitment to a superior or to a group or cause (devotion.)

Agencies

 

  • a business or organisation providing a particular service on behalf of another business, person or group.

  • action or intervention productin a particular effect.

Afraid

 

  • feeling fear of anxiety, frightened.

  • feeling worry about the possible results of a particular situation.

Affinity

 

  • a natural liking for an understanding of someone or something else.

Affiliate

 

 

  • officially attach or connect to an organisation.

  • feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome.

  • very eaher or concerned to do something or for something to happen (misfortune.)

  • describes the feeling of being bored with what's going on around you - if you don't care one way or another.

  • having or showing little or no emotion.

  • not interested not concerned (spiriteless.)

  • showing no interest or energy and unwilling to take action ; no enthusiasm.

  • the highest class in certain societies; typically comprising of 'noble' birth holding hereditary titles and offices.

  • traditionally, the disproportionate concentreation of wealth, social status, and political influence in the aristocracy had been presented by the middle class and the lower class.

Argument

 

 

  • an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heated or angry one.

  • a reason or set of reasons given support of an idea, action or theory.

Boastfulness

 

  • is being a braggart, or having an over inflated sense of pride.

  • constantly talking about achievements.

  • the tendency to praise oneself (yourself) and what you have done.

Capitalism

 

  • an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit rather than by state : Private individuals.

Career

 

  • an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress.

Cause

 

  • a person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or condition.

  • a principle, aim, or movement to which one is committed and which one is prepared to defend or advocate.

Challenge Design

 

  • mission statement.

  • why it matters.

  • the platform is theory.

  • concept proposal.

  • key factors of focus.

Change

 

  • make or become different.

  • take or use another instead of.

  • alter, vary, modify, mean to make or become different.

  • implies making either essential difference often amounting to a loss of original identity or a substitution of one thing for another.

Channeled

 

  • direct towards a particular end or object.

  • form channels or grooves in.

  • a means of agenxy, of access, communications etc to go through official channels.

  • a course into which something can be directed or moved : A NEW CHANNEL OF THOUGHT.

  • the bew where a natural stream of water runs.

  • something (into something) to direct money, feelings, idea, etc.; towards a particular thing or purpose.

Chaosmosis
  • [print] schizoanalysis.

  • this leads to an all encompassing definition of subjectivity [ and it is a beauty] : \ the ensemble of conditions which render possible the emergence of individual or collective instances as self referential existential territories, adjacent or in a delimiting relation, to an alterity that is itself subjective.

Chaos Theory

 

  • is a branch of mathematics and it is focused on the behaviour of dynamic systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions.

  • is the science of surprise, of the non - linear and the unpredictable. It teaches us to expect the unexpected. While most traditional science deals with supposedly predictable phenomenon like gravity, electricity, or chemical reactions : infinite complexitys of nature.

  • Recognising the chaotic fractal nature of our world can give us new insight, power or wisdom.

  • Butterfly effect.

Character

 

  • typical of a particular person, place or thing.

  • a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identfy them.

Charismatic

 

  • (sales) has the ability to form a sense of connection or understanding between themselves and their prospects. Customers view truly charismatic salespeople as not just reps hawking a product or service, but someone they can have a real meaningful conversation with.

Chinoiserie

 

  • was once the most coveted fashion of the aristocracy : 17th 18th century. Europeans became fascinated with Asian cultures and traditions.

  • imitate or evoke Asian motifs in Western art, architecture landscaping, furniture and fashion.

  • China seemed a mysterious, far-away place and the lack of first hand experience only added to the mystique.

  • A folding screen was one of the most popular expressions of Chinoiserie, often decorated with beautiful art.

  • THEMES INCLUDE : mythology, series of palace life, nature, romance in CHinese literature - a young lady in love could take a curious peak hidden from behind a folding screen.

  • Tea was the height of fashion for ladies of good taste and required appropriate mise and scene.

  • Tea and sugar were expensive commodities - kept it locked.

  • ... the pastoral scenes and italianate landscapes, combined with Rococo gilding against a pink ground, create an opulant effect.

  • is related to Rococo- both are characterised by exuberant decoration, a focus on materials, stylised nature and subject manner (tt) depicting leisure and pleasure.

  • Exoticism.

City
  • a large town.

Chromotherapy

 

  • is a method of treatment that uses the visible spectrum (colours) of electromagnetic radiation to cure diseases. it is a century(ies) - old concept used successfully over the years to cure various diseases.

  • colour therapy.

Classification
  • the action or process of classifying something.

  • a systematic arrangement into classes or groups or categories - according to established criteria.

  • ...based on evolutionary or structural relationships between them.

  • the process in which ideas and objects are recognised, differentiated and understood.

  • a division within a system dividing things into groups.

Claustrophilia

 

  • an abnormal desire for confinement in an enclosed space.

Claustophobia

 

  • extreme or irrational fear of confined places.

  • a fear of being in closed or small spaces.

  • unhappy or uncomfortable feeling caused by being in a situation that limits or retricts you.

  • the fear of not having an escape.

Claustrum

 

  • is a thin, irregular, sheet-like neuronal structure hidden beneath the inner surface of the neo cortex in the general region of the insula. It's function is enigmatic.

  • "cloister" enclosure: is a covered walk, open gallery, or open arcade running a long the walls of a building and forming a quadrangle or garth.

  • any of several anatomical structures resembling a barrier - a thinner layer (vertical.)

Coalesce
  • Come together to form one mass or whole.

 

Co-Development

 

  • means that producers try to gain the benefits of direct users design advice whilte still retaining full intellectual property and rights and control over new product and service developments.

  • processes that supports cross-discipline collaboration requires better integration among all of the tools used for hardware and software development, requirements, modeling, configuration management and more...

Coherent
  • (of an argument, theory or policy) logical and consistent.

  • forming a unified whole.

  • able to talk or express oneself in a clear way that can be easily understood.

Cohesive

 

  • united and working together effectively.

  • a group of people working towards a common goal.

Collaboration
  • the action of working with someone to produce something.

  • traitorous cooperation with an enemy.

  • to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.

  • cooperative management in which two or more parties (which may or may nor have any previous relationship) work jointly towards a common goal.

  • knowledge management: effective method of 'transferring know how' among individuals, therefore critical to creating and sustaining competitive advantage.

  • where two or more people or organistations work together to realise or achieve something successfully.

  • closely alligned with cooperations

  • engaging in collaborative problem solving.

  • the act of working together to produce a piece of work.

Colour

 

  • the property posessed by an object producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light.

  • vivid appearance resulting from the juxtaposition of many bright things.

  • a shade of meaning.

  • influence, (especially negatively) distort.

  • value(s) measure(s) lightness or darkness of colour.

  • saturation or intensity is the brightness or dullness of colour. Chroma is how pure a hue is in relation to grey. Shade is a hue produced by the addition of black. Tint is a hue produced by the addition of white.

Comfortable
  • (especially of clothes or furnishings) providing physical ease and relaxation.

  • as large as is needed or wanted.

  • content and undisturbed; at ease.

  • affording and enjoying physical comfort.

Communing

 

  • share one's intimate thoughts or feelings with (someone,) especially on a spiritual level.

  • to converse or talk together, usually with profound intensity, intimacy, etc. interchange throughts or feelings.

  • to be in intimate communication or rapport to commune with nature.

  • hightened sensitivity and receptivity.

Community
  • a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common, such as sharing certain attitudes, and interests.

  • a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality , share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage shared interests.

  • is the partocular socio-cultural matrix that arises and supports the collective activity of specific group of actors engaged in the inactment of high-leverage intervention for socio-ecological well being.

Competitive

 

  • the most successful reps are extremely competitive by nature and are constantly ... and the industry. Ambitious targets position reps to achieve great things.

Compassionate
  • feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others.

  • kindness and empathy to others.

  • sympatheric consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it.

Complex

 

  • consisting of many different connecting parts.

  • deoniting or involving numbers or quantities containing both a real and an imaginary part.

  • a group of systems of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network.

  • a related group of repressed or partly repressed emotionally significant ideas which cause psychic conflict leading to an abnormal mental states or behaviour.

Complicate
  • complex.

  • to make something more difficult to deal with.

  • unneccessary struggle, or confusion caused.

Composition

 

  • the nature of something's ingredients or constituents, the way in which a whole or mixture is made up.

  • a creative work, especially a poem, or piece of music.

  • the preparation of text for printing by setting up characters or by establishing its style and appearance electronically.

Comprehensive
  • inducing or dealing with all or nearly all elements or aspects of something.

  • Relating to or denoting a system of secondary education (children) all with same area capabilities in one school.

  • relating to understanding.

Compromises

 

  • an agreement or settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions (mutual.)

  • the expedient acceptance of standards that are lower than desireable.

Concept
  • an abstract idea.

Concerns

 

  • relate to; be about.

  • make (someone) anxious or worried.

  • to affect or involve (someone) : to be the business or interest of (someone) : to make someone worried : to be about (someone or something.)

Construe
  • interpret in a particular way (a word or action.)

  • analyse the syntax or text, sentence, or word.to understand the meaning, especially of other people's actions and statements.

Condensing

 

  • make (something) denser or more concentrated.

  • change or cause to change from a gas or vapour to a liquid.

  • to reduce to a shorter form.

Condominium
  • a building or complex of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses.

  • "together wtih" "right of ownership."

Confident

 

  • feeling or showing confidence or one's abilities or qualities.

  • self-assured, and positive.

  • feeling or showing certainty about something.

  • the feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something.

  • the telling of private matters or secrets with mutual trust (reliability.)

  • a belief or conviction that an outcome will be favourable.

  • it is sexy to have it : could care-less-what-everybody-thinks.

Conflation
  • the merging of two or more sets of information, texts,ideas, etc. into one.

  • blend fushion - composite reading or text.

Conscience

 

  • wishing to do one's work or duty well and thoroughly.

  • relating to a person's conscience.

  • one's innersence of right - principled judgement.

Consider
  • think carefully about (something), typically before making a decision.

  • look attentively at.

  • to spend time thinking about a possibility.

  • to keep in mind.

Consistent

 

  • acting or done in the same way over time, especially so as to be fair and accurate.

  • (for an argument or set of ideas) not containing any logical contradictions.

  • compatible or in agreement with something.

Consumerism
  • the protection or promotion of the interest of consumers.

  • the preoccupation of society with the acquisition of consumer goods.

  • related to economics : industrial society.

Contemplate

 

  • to look thoughtfully for a long time.

  • thinking deeply.

Context
  • the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea and in terms of which it can be fully understood.

  • the interrelated conditions in which something exists or occurs : environment, setting.

Contradictory

 

  • mutually opposed or inconsistent.

Control
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Convenience

 

  • the state of being able to proceed with something without difficulty.

  • something (such as an appliance, device or service) conducive to comfort or ease; modern camping.

  • is the state of doing something easily with little effort and no hindernences.

Conviction
  • a firmly held belief or opinion.

  • people are more convinced by the depth of your conviction than by the height of your knowledge.

Cooperation

 

  • the action or process of working together to the same end - for a common purpose or benefit; jointification.

  • voluntary arrangement in which two or more entities engage in a mutually beneficial exchange instead of competing.

  • is behaviour designed to benefit the group rather than the individual - in turn ultimately benefit the individual.

Copy
  • a thing made to be similar or identical to another.

  • a single specimen of a particular book, record, or other publication or issue.

  • Matter to be printed.

  • reproduce.

  • imitate the style or behaviour of.

Correlation

 

  • a mutual relationship or connection between two or more things.

  • degree and type of relationship between two or more quantities(variables) in which they vary together over a period.

Connotation
  • an idea or feeling which a word invokes for a person in addition to its literal or primary meaning.

  • the assiciated (or secondary) meaning of a word or expression in addition to its explicit or primary meaning : A possible connotation of "home" is a place of warmth, comfort, and affection. The act of connotation (connecting.)

Creativity

 

  • the use of imagination or original ideas to create something, inventiveness.

  • the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc. originality, progressiveness, or imagination - modern industry and performing arts.

  • is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality.

  • is characterised by the ability to perceive the world in ne ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and generate solutions.

  • mental characteristic that allows a person to think outside of the box, which results in innovative or different approaches to a particular task.

  • is a phenomenon whereby something new and somehow valued is formed. The created may intangible or a physical object.

  • is defined as a tendency to generate or recognise ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves.

  • the ability to produce original and unusual ideas.

Creative
  • relating to or involving the use of the imagination or original ideas to create something.

  • a person whose job involves creative work.

  • having or showing an ability to make new things or think of new ideas.

  • resulting from originality of thought, expression, etc. imagination.

Credibility

 

  • the quality of being trusted and believed in- convincing and believable.

  • trustworthiness and expertise, which both have objective and subjective components.

Credit
  • public acknowledgement or praise, given or received when a person's responsibility for action or idea becomes apparant.

  • the acknowledgement of a student's completion of a course or activity that counts towards a degree or diploma as maintained in school records.

  • The quality of being believed or credited.

Critical Practice
  • is a methodology used by a critic or observer to understand and evaluate a field of knowledge.

  • it is about learning trust in the process of discovering.

  • Science philosophy : this could be that ; could this be; if this - then that.

Critical Thinker
  • The best don't simply rely on a script that dictates every step of how they should sell a product or service, but rrather they adapt or alter their sales pitches in accordance with the prospective customer, time and place.

  • This also means having the ability to think outside the box in challenging their existing pitches and processes to reach high levels.

Criticism

 

  • the expression of disapproval of someone or something on the basis of perceived faults or mistakes.

  • the analysis and judgement of the merits and faults of a literary or artistic work.

  • is the practice of judging the merits and faults at something.

Cross-Polination
  • the transfer of pollen from one flower to another.

Cultivate

 

  • prepare and use / grow or maintain in a culture.

  • to work to make it better.

  • the word implies a level of care that is reminiscent to gardening ( nurture.)

  • try to acquire or develop ( a quality or skill.)

Culture
  • the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.

  • the ideas, customes, and social behaviour of a particular people or society.

  • the cultivation of plants.

  • it is a way of being, relating, behaving, believing and acting which people live in their lives and which is in a constant process of change and exchanfe with other cultures.

  • charcteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, encompassing language, religion, cousine, social habits, music and art.

  • to tend to the earth.

Curious

 

  • People who are curious and are generally interested in expanding their intellectual horizons tend to gain more knowledge on a regular basis than those who don't. They are constantly looking to learn more about their product, their customers and how they can bridge the gap better.

Curiousity
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