汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 还 hái ‘also’

不 bù not
一 yī one
丿 piě slash
卜 bǔ divination
丨 gǔn line
丶 zhǔ dot
辶 chuò walk
丶 zhǔ dot
廴 yǐn move slowly


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Мы пошли по тому же пути

Мы пошли по тому же пути, что и Вы сразу - дать как можно информации о товаре. Но скажу очевивидную вещь, да, - клиент будет ходить к Вам за информацией, но это не значит, что он будет покупать у Вас. Он, получив всю инфу, пойдет забьет в поиск нужную вещь и будет искать, где дешевле ее купить. Как и любой человек, как и мы с вами, да? Это не значит, что этого не надо делать, пусть клиент ходит и, может, он чего-нибудь да и купит когда-нибудь. Но не это дает покупателей, это только одна составляющая и не самая главная. Главная - это удобство получения товара и цена. 

YUMS Auditions

Yale Undergraduate Madrigal Singers
~Now Auditioning New Singers~

Looking to add something new to your spring schedule? Audition for the Yale Undergraduate Madrigal Singers!

YUMS is a Yale community singing group specializing in music from the Renaissance. Our selections vary from sacred to secular to downright raunchy. We rehearse two hours each week, usually on Sunday afternoon, and we expect to perform at least twice or thrice this semester.

We're particularly looking for tenors, but all are welcome to audition! Auditions are pretty low-key and include warm-ups, a bit of sight-reading, and a solo of your choice - anything you want to sing.

Auditions are by appointment. Please comment for further details.


I Need Someone's Help

Hi guys. Like the titles states, I need your help. 
Basically, I applied regular decision for the class of 2011. For the most part, Yale is my number one choice.  I briefly visited Yale with my parents and just did a simple tour. I know a student can get a lot more from a visit when s/he stays over night with a current student, and that's where you come in : )!
I don't know anyone that goes to Yale now, so I was wondering if any of you students would be willing to let me sleep on your floor one weekend and show me around :( *puppy face*. 

I would appreciate it sooooo much. Please please please someone. 

So, I'm Marlene, 17. Hm, idk what else to say.

If you'd be willing to do me that huge favor, you can either reply to this with your email or AIM or something, or you could just email me at goesaroundgoes@yahoo.com

Thank you so much,
<3 julia

we're 1/8th closer to the end! noooo!

hey fellow freshmen. yay for yale.

now that reading week is coming, and that 1st semester is coming to a close, i kinda wanted to see were everyone's favorite classes? or least favorite? any really, really awesome professors out there? or things that other people might not know about?

i wonder how much of you guys are still posting of lj?

like... ALYSSA!

i'd start, but i don't want to.

okay. maybe i will--but just a little. chem lab 119L is essentially hell on earth. but i think it's just the general case for chem lab. if you're looking for a really, really good intro course of L5 spanish, take spanish 244. it's a really good mix of reading and writing and movies--basicallyl everything. and the teacher is a darling. it's also not tremendous amounts of work--depending on how fast you can read in spanish. chem 118 was pretty exciting, as far as general-chem-lecture courses go. the professor is pretty cool. he's pretty passionate about quantum mechanics.

oh, and french 115 is pretty cool. yay for french. and audio/video series. it's a lot of busy work, but it's kinda fun busy work. at least in the nerdy yale sense.

but i'm kinda at a loss as to what to take next semester. not that shopping period has even started. i just remembered the existence of this community, so i thought i'd post.

wishing you a happy, relaxing, and (possibly) productive reading week,
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    i'm anticipating the music at the philharmonia concert

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Something for freshman to look forward (especially if you'll be living in Vanderbilt or Bingham).

Uma Thurman and Pierce Brosnan will be shooting a movie "In Bloom" on Chapel Street. On September 18 and 19, there will be a "car crash" staged on the length of road between the Chapel Sweet Shoppe and Bingham. Some scenes will also be shot around the courtyard in Vanderbilt.

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Hmm, kind of a weird question, but my dad wants to come up Saturday the 2nd and spend the day with me, have me show him around campus and stuff, but I kind of assumed that after move-in on the 1st we'd be left to our own devices to mingle and whatnot, so I'm kind of confused...in years past, do most people have their parents with them the day after moving in or are we mostly just around meeting each other (or if you're a 2010er, what's your plan)?