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    commercial
  • Concerned with or engaged in commerce
  • connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises; "commercial trucker"; "commercial TV"; "commercial diamonds"
  • a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
  • Making or intended to make a profit
  • Having profit, rather than artistic or other value, as a primary aim
  • The typographic character @, called the at sign or at symbol, is an abbreviation of the word at or the phrase at the rate of in accounting and commercial invoices (e.g. "7 widgets @ $2 = $14"). Its most common modern use is in e-mail addresses, where it stands for "located at".
    my baby
  • "My Baby" was a 1980 single from Australian rock band Cold Chisel, the third released from the album East and the first of the band's singles not to be written by organist Don Walker.
  • Circus is the sixth studio album by American pop singer Britney Spears. It was released on December 2nd, 2008 by Jive Records.
  • My Baby is the second single of Bow Wow's third studio album Unleashed. The song is about how he meets a girl that has a lot of drama in her relationship. Bow Wow then starts to like her. In the video Bow wow shows two parts of the story.
    read
  • interpret something that is written or printed; "read the advertisement"; "Have you read Salman Rushdie?"
  • Look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by mentally interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed
  • Have the ability to look at and comprehend the meaning of written or printed matter
  • Speak (the written or printed matter that one is reading) aloud, typically to another person
  • something that is read; "the article was a very good read"
  • have or contain a certain wording or form; "The passage reads as follows"; "What does the law say?"
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French for Kids: Learn French with Penelope and Pezi Beg. Level 1 Vol. 1
French for Kids:  Learn French with Penelope and Pezi Beg. Level 1 Vol. 1
"Learning French has never been so much fun. This wonderful program introduces children to the language using a setting that they can easily relate to and non-intimidating vocabulary. Each lesson includes brief skits with dialogue using the target words. Several of the lessons include upbeat songs that contain the targeted vocabulary and will have children singing along in no time. A comprehensive phrase review and song booklet is included that contains all of the dialogue, translations, and answers to the quizzes. A must-have for every collection." – Veronica Schwartz, School Library Journal
FRENCH FOR KIDS is a DVD and booklet set that makes learning French a fun adventure for your child. Starring native French speakers and 3-D animated characters, FRENCH FOR KIDS teaches basic conversational French within the context of a fantastic children’s birthday party, filled with lively songs, delicious food, and playful games. Penelope and her adorable French-speaking puppy, "Pezi", introduce practical everyday phrases for meeting and greeting, counting, eating, playing, and much more. • Incorporates Language Tree’s breakthrough Multi-Cognition Approach TM, developed by a Stanford University Cognitive Scientist
• Contains 7 complete lessons on everyday French conversation
• Features DVD interactive games that tests your child’s comprehension of the lessons
• Introduces over 100 practical phrases and vocabulary words
• Lively sing-a-long songs reinforce new words and phrases
• Chapter menu allows quick access to a specific lesson
• Accompanied with a learning booklet so parents can review the lessons together with their children
French not only a beautiful language, but also one of the mostly widely-spoken second languages in the world. Give your child the "Language Advantage" with Language Tree.

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cameras steal souls
cameras steal souls
To whom it may concern, I am a local photographer and CTA rider who uses the CTA on a daily basis and have never until now had a bad experience with any CTA employee. On 7/16/08 at approximately 5pm I was riding in the first car of a brown line train traveling southbound. I believe it was located somewhere between Diversey and Armitage. I'm not sure what the route number was, but the car I was in was numbered #3432. The car was relatively empty, and impressed with the view from the forward window I took out my camera to take a few shots. I have previously read the CTA's posted policy regarding photography and I've taken quite a few shots always staying in accordance with those rules and trying not to be a nuisance to either fellow rider or employee. During a slow point where the train had stopped to wait for clearance the operator opened the door and very rudely and aggressively told me I was breaking the CTA's photography rules and that there was no photography permitted inside the trains. I do not believe I was being disruptive in any way to the operation of the train, nor do I believe I was breaking any rules as they are posted publicly. I told him I did not believe what he was saying to be correct and he informed me I would be removed from the train if I did not comply. He made some call on his walkie talkie about me, but no one removed me from the train. I presume because I in fact had not broken any rules. I have no issues with photography policies designed to safeguard the well being of employees or riders. However I do not believe that quietly taking a photo out of a window interferes with the safety of the train. And even if it did I think it should somehow be included in the posted policy. Even if was unknowingly in the wrong I think that the operator in question (a hispanic male I presumed to be in his late 20s or early thirties) could use a lesson in tact and manners. Also if the CTA is that anti-photography then it should reflect in the posted policies. Ironically the same train operator passed by another photographer on a platform snapping away and he didn't seem to mind that at all. As a photographer I do not understand anti-photography policies that aren't in direct relation to safety, and as a paying customer I do not appreciate unnecessarily rude behavior. Regards Joshua Mitchell The CTA's posted policy as of 7/16/08: CTA Photography Policy: The general public is allowed to take snapshots in public areas. I consider myself the general public. Equipment such as lighting, tripods, cables, etc. is not allowed - except in instances where commercial and professional photographers enter into contractual agreements with CTA. Non of that here, just a crappy lens baby. Photographers are not allowed to enter or photograph non-public areas of CTA stations. Train cars seem pretty public to me. Photographers are prohibited from obstructing transit operations, interfering with customers and blocking doors or stairs. Don't think I was doing any of this either. CTA personnel may evaluate the actions of photographers on a case by case basis to determine if a photographer is in compliance with guidelines. If a determination is made that the photographer is not in compliance, CTA personnel may ask them to stop. CTA's Response: Thank you for your complaint and we apologize for the apparent misapplication of our photography rules. It sounds as if the train operator was indeed corrected when he called in, but we will identify him from the rail car number you provided and make sure he understand what is and is not allowed. we appreciate you reporting the incident. --CTA Customer Service I can live with that.
50 things.
50 things.
Here goes, first of all...my nose isn't really this big. . 1. I wish I had paid more attention in school. 2. I am the oldest of five kids. 3. I told my mom I was never having babies...never did. 4. I do like kids though. 5. Pizza is the best food in the whole wide world! 6. I have a degree in Commercial Art. 7. At 46, I would like to change careers, but am a big chicken! 8. I have never owned a "new" car. 9. I am a yarn junkie! 10. My Grandma taught me to crochet. 11. I have had a spiritual reading, my Grandma was there with a message for me. It was a very real and awesome experience! 12. I love old stuff. 13. I am struggling with this getting older thing. 14. I fantasize about winning the lottery...even though I rarely buy a ticket...hmmm 15. I would love to be Alison Krauss...singing bluegrass...her music speaks to my heart! 16. I am really quiet, then once I get to know someone, watch out. 17. I think my bestfriend and I were sisters or something in a previous life. We can read each others minds. 18. I don't go to church...really don't like it. 19. I have had fish t.b. in my hand, caught it from a beta fish I got at Walmart. 20. I never want another fish in my life! 21. I think you can fall in love with your pets, and they can fall in love with you. 22. I love plants...I can't have enough of them. 23. I like weird plants. 24. Scrabble rules...it's my favorite game. 25. I hate playing cards. 26. I don't read much, but I love to look at pictures. 27. My boyfriend thinks its stange I don't read novels. 28. I like to clean house. A messy house makes me nervous. 29. I often feel totally invisible. 30. My girlfriends mean the world to me. 31. I have the best boyfriend in the world. 32. My eyesight really sucks bad! 33. I would like to learn to play guitar or banjo. 34. Being at home makes me happy. 35. I love having company in the house, although I rarely do. 36. Blue rooms make me cold and uncomfortable...I like warm walls. 37. I have a hard time going to sleep without the t.v. playing. 38. I don't like going outside barefoot. 39. Sometimes I wonder if anyone is TRULY happy. 40. I really do not like to go shopping. 41. My divorce left me feeling totally alone and useless. 42. Thank goodness, it's much better now with the passage of time! 43. At one time I wanted to die. 44. I can weave an awesome basket...my teacher told me I had an natural talent for it. 45. I haven't made a basket in years. 46. I think as you get older life gets more rushed and stressful. 47. I miss being a kid sometimes. 48. My favorite movies are the ones that make me laugh. 49. I do not like to hurt anyone's feelings, so I often tell little white lies. 50. I could easily think of 50 more things to add to this list, but I won't.

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