Essay on nest in the wind

I find this an odd remark.  Dr. Senior wrote out a list.  Then it was typed.  After several years, it was photo-copied, retyped, and eventually sent around by email over the course of 30 years.  It was put in print recently in his book, The Death of Christian Culture (also available in ebook format).  In the process of writing this article, I received version by pdf and email.  Now I have added the original list to a website, which is– for many readers– linked to their Facebook or LinkedIn pages.  I believe your own posting in the “com box” testifies to the success of putting these “excellent ideas” “within that reality.”  No?  That John Senior’s list has appeared in so many media attests to the enduring worth and ongoing attraction of his views.

The name Foehn ( German : Föhn , pronounced [ˈføːn] ) arose in the Alpine region. Originating from Latin (ventus) favonius , a mild west wind of which Favonius was the Roman personification [8] and probably transmitted by Romansh : favuogn or just fuogn , the term was adopted as Old High German : phōnno . In the Southern Alps, the phenomenon is known as föhn but also Italian : favonio and Slovene : fen . The German word "Fön" (without the "H", but pronounced the same way), a genericized trademark , also means "hairdryer," and the form "phon" is used in French-speaking parts of Switzerland and in Italy to mean "hairdryer" as well.

Essay on nest in the wind

essay on nest in the wind


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