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Judgement

 

  • it is the moderation or meaning between selfishness and selflessness - between having more and having less than one's fair share.

  • 'guidelines' to respect boundaries and response.

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Justive

 

  • the abillity to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions.

  • a misfortune or calamity received as a divine punishment.

  • the ability to make good decisions about what should be done.

  • is the evaluation of evidence to make a decision.

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.

Jurisdiction
Juxtapose

 

  • the official power to make legal decisions and judgements.

  • place or deal with close together for contrasting effect.

  • two contrasting objects, images or ideas, you place them together or describe them together, so that the differences between them are emphasized.

Kindness

 

  • is a behaviour marked by ethical characteristics, a pleasant disposition, and a concern for others - value in many cultures.

  • a personal quality that enables an individualto ne sensitive to the needs of others and to take personal action to endeavour to meet those needs.

  • qualities of being (having) a sympathetic, affectionate, warmhearted and considerate nature.

  • friendly and generous.

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Knowledge

 

  • facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education, the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.

  • awareness of familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation.

Labelling

 

  • is the capacity to translate vision into reality.

  • Unleashing Human Potential.

  • is communicating to people their worth and potential so clearly that they come to see it themselves.

  • build relationships on shared purposes - who we are is more important than who we appear to be.

Leadership

 

  • attach a label to (something.)

  • a short word or phrase desrciptive of a person, group, intellectual movement, etc.

  • as the process of attaching a discriptive word or phrase to someone or something else.

Liberality

 

  • set (someone) free from imprisonment.

  • release (gas, energy, etc.) as a result of chemical reaction or physical decomposition.

  • steal (something.)

  • the action of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression, release.

Liberate

 

  • the quality of having or spending freely.

  • the quality of being open to new ideas and free from prejudice.

  • the quality of not being opposed to ideas or ways of behaving that are not traditional or widely accepted; quality of being generous/ different.

  • people and lifestyles.

Lifestyle

 

  • the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.

Light

 

  • the way in which a person lives.

Limitation

 

  • scientific study of language and its structure including the study of grammar, syntax and phonetics. specific branches of linguistics include sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, comparative linguistics, and structural linguistics.

  • the study of human speech including the nature, structure, and development of a language and growth.

Linguistics

 

  • a limiting rule or circumstance; a restriction.

  • a point or level beyond which something does not or may not extend or pass.

Listen

 

  • relating or restricted to a particular area or one's neighbourhood.

  • pertaining to, characteristics of, or restricted to a particular area.

  • in particular.

  • not general or wide spread.

  • a local custom.

Local

 

  • give one's attention to sound.

  • to hear what someone has said and understand that it is serious, important or true.

Locus

 

  • of according to the rules of logic or formal argument.

  • in adjectives corresponding chiefly to nouns ending in -logy.

  • reasoning conducted or addressed according to strict principles of validity.

  • a system or set of principles underlaying the arrangements of elements in a computer or electronic device so as to perform a specific task.

  • a particular way of thinking about something (reasoning.)

  • a branch of philosophy and mathematics that deals with the formal principles, methods and criteria of validity of inference, reasoning and knowledge.

  • Logic is concerned with what is true and how we can know whether something is true.

Logical
  • a particular position or place where something occurs or is situated.

  • a curve or other figure formed by all points satisfying a particular equation of the relation between coordinates, or by a point, line or surface moving accodring to mathematically defined conditions.

  • the set of all points whose location determined by stated conditions.

  • 'of knowledge' : effects in concept learning. The comparisons help specify the ways in which knowledge does and does not influence concept information.

London Architectural Society

 

  • often thought of as an emotion we experience characterised by the desire to be close to another person; the sense of cozy pleasure we feel in a relationship.

  • Usually perceived as warmth, sttraction, intimacy, closeness, and excitement.

  • Lies in its powerful meaning forces that ignite the positive emotions that bring true meaning to our lives.

  • devotion.

  • virtue based on compassion, affection and kindness (humanity.)

  • our strenght lies in caring relationships with others.

Love

 

  • Gathered Socially for the purpose of idea sharing.

  • was a society whose members were obliged to read an essay and exhibit an unpublished design each year or pay a forfeit.

  • Competitions global vs local.

Luxury
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  • a state of comfort, especially when involving great expense.

  • a condition of abundance or great ease and comfort.

  • something that is considered an indulgence rather than a necessity. (pleasing and satisfying.)

Maintenance
  • be in charge of ( a business, organisation, or undertaking.)

  • succeed in surviving or in achieving something despite difficult circumstances.

  • cope.

Manage
  • the process of preserving a condition or situation or the state of being preserved.

  • the work of keeping something in proper condition, care or upkeep; incl. steps to avoid something from breaking down.

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Management
  • the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.

Marketing
  • the process of dealing with or controlling things or people.

  • trickery, deceit.

  • the organisation and coordination of the activities of a business in order to achieve defined objects + (planning) + (resources.)

  • leadership.

Market Research
  • act of gathering information about consumers' needs and preferences.

  • the process of assessing the viability of a new good or service through research conducted directly with the consumer which allows a company to discover the target market and record opinions and other input from consumers regarding interest in the product.

  • patterns and trends.

Micro-Management
  • a community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristics of something much larger.

  • humankind regarded as the representation in miniature of the universe.

  • a representation of something on a much smaller scale (relevant to Renessaince.)

Microcosm
  • control every point, however small of ( an enterprise or activity.)

  • in business management, this is a management style whereby a manager closely observes or controls the work of subordinates or employees.

  • THE WELL INTENTIONED : these bosses want to demonstrate their care and work ethic, so they "keep a hand in the mix."

  • THE WORRIERS : they are terrified of failure and think they must control decision making.

  • THE BRAINWASHED : these bosses worked for MMers who trained them to think it's normal leadership.

  • THE BULLIED : these bosses are kept on a tight leash by their own managers and are expected to follow suit with their staff.

  • THE CORRECTLY CAUTIOUS : they have yet to develop a trusting relationship with those they manage. Or, to be more blunt - the staff's performance needs to improve before the manager can exercise less control.

  • THE CONTROL FREAK : they enjoy their power and don't wnat to share it with others.

Milestone
  • are allied with the power of colour, becoming friendlier and more flexible. From the premise of eliminating disorder, confusion and the superflous, as a way to regain from and a sense of our environment. Interiors are reduced to the basic, becoming a universal style that everyone can enjoy. By showing the elements in the simplest and clearest way possible, an environment is created which appeals directly to the senses. As a philosophy aiming to improve society, minimalism establishes the guidelines to eliminate distractions and material things from domestic environment, creating homes where people can find balance. This effort of simplification creates space where a wider margin of freedom, where the individual feels like the master of the habitable space, not like its servant.

Minimalism
  • a stone set up beside a road ro mark the distance in miles to a particular place.

  • a significant stage or event in the development of something.

  • a significant point in development.

  • is a specific point in time within a project lifecycle used to measure the progress off a project towards its ultimate goal.

  • It is a reference point that marks a maybe event or a branding decision point within a project.

  • is a significant event in your life.

  • start of a new chapter.

  • sub-objectives or stages into which a program or project is divided for monitoring and measurement of work performed.

Master
  • Acquire complete knowledge or skill in (a subject, technique or art.)

  • gain control of; overcome.

  • the source from where all copies will be produced.

Materiality
  • what is meant by a word, text, concept or action.

  • intended to communicate something that is not directly expressed.

  • intend to convey or refer to (a particular thing, signify.)

  • what's referred to be understood.

Meaning
  • the quality of being composed of matter.

  • fascination by the nature and quality of a material, its colour and grain, the way that it is cut and fits together. The care shown in how materials are employed tells a story about the value that a community places in its built environment.

  • Powerful concept (used to be secondary consideration.)

  • Study proposes that the impact of the built environment on the natural environment can be mediated by adopting a sustainable approach to building materials selecting and specification.

Mediation
  • of only average quality, not very good.

Mediocre
  • intervention in a dispute in order to resolve it.

  • arbitration.

  • an effective way of resolving disputes without the need to go to court.

  • third person - who helps both sides come to an agreement.

Memory
  • our ability to analyse, reason, think abstractly, use language, visualise and comprehend.

Mental Intelligence (IQ)
  • the faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information.

  • something remembered from the past.

Mentoring
  • the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowin, identity, time and space.

Metaphysics
  • advise or train.

  • is a powerful personal development and empowerment tool. It is a partnership between two people, normally working in a similar field or sharing similar experiences. It's a helpful relationship based upon mutuial trust and respect.

  • employee traiing system: scenior to act as an advisor, counselor or guide to junior. Seniour responsible for providing support to and feedback back on - individual in their charge.

  • pushing a younger professional towards growth, maturity and leadership.

  • a professional role model.

Method
  • a system of methods used in a particular study activity.

  • is the systematic, theoretical analysis of the methods applied to a field of study. It comprises the theoretical analysis of the body methods and principles asociated with a branch of knowledge.

Methodology
  • a particular procedure for accomplishing or approaching something, especially a systematic or established one.

  • a procedure, technique, or way of doing something especially in accordance with a difinite plan.

  • way imply a manner in which a thing is done or in which it happens.

Misinformed
  • a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing of a proposed structure, typically on a smaller scale than the original.

  • a thing used as an example to follow or imitate.

  • a simplified description, especially a mathematical one, of a system or process, to assist calculations and predictions.

  • a particular design or cersion of a product.

  • a person employed to display clothes by wearing them.

  • fashion or shape (3D figure or object) in a malleable material such as clay or wax. Able to be hammered or pressed into shape without breaking or cracking.

Model
  • give false or inaccurate information.

  • lack of information - sometime deliberate.

  • misleading information.

Modernity
  • unassuming in the estimation of one's abilities or achievements.

  • (of an amount, rate or level) relatively moderate, limited or small.

  • free from vanity, egotism, boastfulness, or great pretensions.

  • having or showing a moderate or humble estimate of one's merits, importance.

  • free from ostentation or showy extravagance.

  • not extreme.

Modest
  • the quality or condition of being modern.

  • a modern way of thinking.

  • as a topic in humanities and social sciences is both a historical period, as well as the ensemble of particular socio-cultural norms, attitudes and practices that arose in post medieval Europe and have developed since, in various ways at various times, around the world.

Modify
  • a very brief period in time.

  • important.

Moments
  • make partial or minor changes to (something.)

  • to alter partially.

  • to change something such as a plan, opinion, law or way of behavior (thinking.)

Moral
  • the origin and development of morhphological characteristics.

  • the formation of landforms or other structures.

  • biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape.

  • concerns fundamental question of how biologival form and structure are generated.

Morphogenesis
  • concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour.

  • holding or manifesting high principles for proper conduct.

  • a lesson that can be derived from a story or experience.

  • standards of behaviour (judgement.)

  • accepted code of dogma.

  • governing principles of a group.

Motivation
  • relating to the reason or reasons of acting or behaving in a particular way.

  • the state or condition of being motivated or having a strong reason to act or accomplish something. We know that these students have strong motivation to learn.

Motivational
  • a reason or reasons for acting or behaving in a particular way.

  • a set of facts and arguments used in support of a proposal.

  • internal and external factors that stimulate desire and energy in people to be continually interested and committed to a job, role or subject, or to make an effort to attain a goal.

Multidimensional
  • having many sides.

  • having many different aspects or features.

  • someone or something with many features or perspectives to consider. A person whi has many different talents in all kinds of fields and subject areas is an example of someone who is multifaceted.

Multifaceted
  • of or involving several dimensions.

  • a property of space extension in a given direction. A straight line has one dimension, a parallelogram has two dimensions, and a parallelepiped has three.

  • a measurement extent of a particular kind, such as length, breadth, depth, or height.

  • an aspect or feature of a situation.

  • the amount or number of things that something affects or influences.

Multitude
  • vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.

  • Written or printed signs representing vocal or instrumental sound.

  • the science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination, and in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity.

  • universal language = even tough you might not understand the lyrics, the melody is always able to let you understand what the song is about.

Music
  • a large number of people or things.

  • the mass of ordinary people without power of influence.

  • the state of being numerous (many.)

Narrative
  • fail to care for properly.

  • a state of being uncared for.

  • a disregards of duty resulting from carelessness, indifference or unwillfulness.

  • lack of care.

Neglect
  • a spoken or written account of connected events, a story (description.)

  • a story of events' experiences, or the like, whether true or fictitous... the art, technique of telling a story.

  1. Capitalised History.

  2. Narratives of identity.

  3. describes mental activity on the neutral level as the continuous emergence and decay of narrative drafts.

  4. Narratives of class, race and gender - mantra in cultural studies.

  • ABOUT problemsolving.

  • ABOUT conflict.

  • ABOUT interpersonal relations.

  • ABOUT human experience.

  • ABOUT the temporality of existence.

Networking
  • worthy paying attention to; interesting or significant.

  • worthy of or attracting attributes especially becuase of some special excellerce.

Noteworthy
  • interact with others to exchange information and develop professional or social contacts.

  • creating a group of acquaintances and associates and keeping it active through regular communication for mutual benefit. "How can I help you? What can I get?

Notion
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Nxxx
  • a concept or belief about something.

  • an impulse or desire, especially one of a whimsical kind.

  • a general understanding; vague or imperfect conception or idea of something.

  • opinion, view or belief.

  • an individual's conception a impression of something known.

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