Dating post slide rules

I can’t go into as much depth as I’d like to in this post, but men and women have different senses of how they’d like to be noticed for things (and what they’d like to be noticed for.) At the root of it, when a man feels like he make a woman happy, he will not want to be in a relationship with her (or if he stays, he will not want to deepen it). Back to neediness: When a woman starts acting needy, especially in the beginning of a relationship, it shows up as the ultimate red flag. Neediness is synonymous with ’emotional dependency’, as in: “This woman is dependent on the guy in order for her to feel good.” Now, sometimes when I start explaining this, I’ll get a comment saying, “Oh so what? You can have it all, too, but what I’m trying to explain in this article is that you don’t get it from it.

It is a vision that both is eloquent in its simplicity and enormously complex to achieve. Not by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families acting on its own, but acting in partnership with families who seek or need assistance, with the communities in which they reside, with our state agency partners and the advocates whose insights continue to be invaluable.

This is one of the newest galleries at ISRM, and was inspired by a donation of abaci from a couple of donors.

Could you imagine what you would want to do if that needy guy was texting you right now?

All children in our care and custody healthy, safe, smart and strong…

As the ISRM curator, I have focused on logarithmic based calculating devices, also fondly known as slide rules, over the past 10 years, and have basically ignored other historic 'mechanical' calculators and methods.

This was mostly because of lack of time and resources, but as I have come to learn about, and appreciate, the manufacturing art and long history of abaci in various cultures.

I was also surprised, when I started receiving these, at how small most are.

The modern era (Showa) sorobans are approximately the same size as slide rules making them very portable, even for the pocket.

What I did not stop to realize was that the abacus industry also was displaced by the basic electronic four-function calculator, creating significant changes in that part of Japanese manufacturing. Abacus is a Latin word meaning sand tray, that has its origins in the Greek words abax or abakon (meaning "table" or "tablet") which in turn, possibly originated from the Semitic word abq, meaning "sand" Specimens for this gallery, currently under construction, are being acquired through selective purchases and donations by Friends of the Museum.

I hope to learn more about this as together, we build this gallery. As I do with the other galleries, I wish to get donations of abacus from users from different countries so that we can place a name and history with them. As this gallery is being constructed, one of the best references for the history and use of Abaci is Totten Heffelfinger's website out of Toronto, Canada.

"The scholar Mori Shigeyoshi [early to mid 17th century] who flourished in this period is Japan's first 'mathematician'.

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