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Teamwork

 

  • moderation in action, thought or feeling; restraint.

  • habitual moderation in the indulgence of the appetite (passions.)

  • control your on behaviour (drinking, eating.)

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Temperance

 

  • the combined action of a group, especially when effective and efficient.

  • often a crucial part of business.

  • means people will try to cooperate, using their individual skills and providing constructive feedback, despite any personal conflict between individuals.

  • when a group of people work together cohesively towards a common goal, creating a positive working atmosphere, and supporting each other to combine individual strenghts to enhance team performance.

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.

Theory

 

  • state one's intention to take hostile action against (someone) in retribution for something done or not done.

  • cause (someone or something) to be vulnerable or at risk, endanger.

  • trying to harm another.

Threatened
  • a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent on the thing being explained.

  • a set of principles on which the practice of an activity is based.

  • plausable assumptions to justify... attempts to...

Time

 

  • is a strong sense of place, which often becomes mixed with the sense of cultural identity among certain people and a love of certain aspects of such a place.

  • a person's mental, emotional, and cognitive ties to a place.

Topophilia
  • the indefinite contnues progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.

  • hours, minutes, days, weeks, months, years.

  • plan, schedule, or arrange when (something) should happen or be done.

Topos

 

  • a built-up area with name, defined boundaries, and local government, that is larger than a village and generally smaller than a city.

  • the central part of a neighbourhood, with its business or shopping area.

  • densely populated areas, especially as contrasted with the country or suburbs.

Town
  • a traditional theme or formula in literature.

  • a convention or motif (rethorical.)

  • referred in the context of classical Greek therhoric to a standardised method of constructing or treating an argument.

Tradition

 

  • requires the addition and subtraction of so many features that it becomes a demonstration ad absurdum of the resistance of content.

  • (further reading.)

Transcategorial Reading

 

  • the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on this way.

  • a doctrine belief to have divine authority though not only in the scriptures, in particular.

Transgressions
  • the state or fact of being organised in a tribe or tribes.

Tribalism
  • an act that goes against a law, rule or code of conduct; an offense.

  • violation of law, command or duty.

Tribe

 

  • Is a thought form, or being created from the collective thoughts of separate individuals.

  • is a concept in mysticism and the paranormal of a being or object which is created through spiritual or mental powers. 

  • "manifestation."

  • modern practitioners use the term to refer to a type of willed imaginary friend.

Tulpa Effect
  • tribe a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognised leader.

Underestimate
  • erode the base of foundation of (a rock formation.)

  • lessen the effectiveness, power orability of especially gradually or insidiously.

  • to make someone less confident - less likely to succeed.

  • to subvert or weaken insidiously or sercretly.

Undermines
  • estimate( something) to be smaller or less important than it really is.

  • an estimate that is too low.

  • to think something or someone is less strong or less effective.

  • to hthink of someone or something as being lower in ability, influence, or value than that person or thing actually is.

Undervaluation

 

  • anxiety and discontent.

Unease
  • a financial term referring to a society or other type of investment that is selling for a price presumed to be below the investment's true intrinsic value.

  • the act of deciding or saying that something is less valuable or important than it really is.

  • underestimate.

  • to have too little regard or esteem for...

Universal Design
  • having no equal or match.

  • unique in kind or quality.

  • better or greater than any other.

  • such a brilliant performance - never seen before.

Unparallel
  • the theory of "states that your home should be accessible to all people, regardless of their age,size or ability."

Tenaciously

 

Thematic

 

  • with a firm hold on something; closely.

  • in a determined, or unwavering manner.

  • holding fast, characterised by keeping a firm hold.

  • highly retentive.

  • extremely adhering to.

  • something done with determination and toughness.

  • having or relating to subjects or a particular subject.

  • relating to or denoting the theme of a sentence (or subject.)

  • a body of topics for study or discussion.

Unprecedented
  • an act, process, or instance of unsetting( lack of order or stability.)

  • not fixed nor stable without establised order.

  • unorganised (not yet resolved.)

  • cause to feel anxious or uneasy, disturb.

Unsettlement
  • never done or known before.

  • unexampelled.

  • something that has not happened before.

Value
  • excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements.

  • the quality of being worthless or futile.

  • you are too interested in your appearance and achievements.

  • having a ridiculous amount of pride : apply to conceited persons with exxagerated self - opinions.

  • the world as having no ultimate meaning (philosophy.)

  • the meaning of emptiness and lacking reality.

Vanity
  • the regard that something is held to deserve the importance, worth or usefulness of something.

  • principles of standards of behaviour; one's judgement of what is important in life.

Variety
  • the language or dialect spoken by the original (ordinary) people of a country or region.

  • architecture concerned with domestic and function rather than public or monumental buildings.

Vernacular

 

  • the quality or state of being different or diverse, the abscense of uniformity or monotomy.

  • a number or collection of different things or people.

Victorian Architecture
  • behaviour showing high moral standards.

  • goodness; righteousness.

  • conformity to a standard of right.

  • manly strength, or courage ; praiseworthy.

Virtue

 

  • refers to the styles that emerged in the period between 1830 -1910 during the reign of Queen Victoria : Gothic revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne, Stick Style.

  • describing the intricate, fancy detailing that can be found on any number of VA styles.

  • is light and airy aesthetic of furniture and architects.

Vocabulary

 

  • a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation.

  • a person's employment or main occupation, especially regarded as worthy and requiring dedication.

  • a trade of profession.

Vocation

 

  • the body of words used in a particular language.

  • a range of artistic or stylistic forms, techniques or movements.

  • all the words known and used by a person.

Voids
  • done, given, or acting of one's own free will.

  • working; done or maintained without payment.

  • a special performance left to the performer's choice.

  • implies freedom and spontaneity of choice or actoin without external compulsion.

  • intentional, deliberate, willing mean done or brought about one's own will - without being forced or influenced.

Voluntary

 

  • a completely empty space.

Weary

 

  • the quality or state of being prepared to do something; readiness.

  • freedon from reluctance.

  • free choice or consent of will.

Willingness

 

  • feeling or showeing extreme tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion.

  • reluctant to see or experience any more of ; tired of ( cause to become tired.)

  • physically or mentally exhausted by hard work; exertion, strain etc.

  • be distressed; fret.

Wisdom

 

  • activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a result.

  • a task or tasks to be undertaken.

  • a thing or things done or made; the result of an action.

  • a place or premises in which industrial or manufacturing processes are carried out.

  • to preform or fulfill duties regularly for wages or salary.

Work

 

  • the quality of having the experience, knowledge, and good judgement.

  • the quality of being wise.

Workable
  • is repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators. It is abusive conduct that is : threatening, humiliating, or intimidating.

  • work interference - sabotage - which prevents work from getting done.

  • verbal abuse.

Work - Bullying

 

  • able to be worked, fashioned or manipulated.

  • capable of producing the desired effect or result; predictable; feasible.

  • idea or system is a realistic and practical and likely to be effective.

Zeitgeist

 

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Zxxx
  • the actual application or use of an idea, belief or method, as opposed to theories relating to it.

  • the customary, habitual, or expected procedure or way of doing of something.

  • repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it.

  • PRACTISE - the verb of doing repeatedly.

  • a professional business.

Vision

 

  • given strength and energy to.

  • make more lively.

  • fortify, make stronger and stronger.

Vitaliting (ize)
  • seeing a future state with the mind's eye. Vision is applied imagination. All things are created twice : first a mental creation - , second a physical creation. The first creation, vision, is the beginning of the process of reinventing oneself or of an organisation reinventing itself. It represents desire, dreams, hopes, goals and plans. But these dreams or visions are not just fantasies. They are reality not yet brought into the physical sphere, like the blueprint of a house before it is built or music notes in a score just waiting to be played.

  • ability to reinvent our rules.

  • Imagination is more important than knowledge (einstein.)

  • vision - future - invinite.

  • envision or realise your own potential.

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