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obvious ba?

Englisch

it's obvious.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2016-10-27
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Tagalog

obvious na obvious

Englisch

it was so obvious.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2016-10-27
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Tagalog

isn't that obvious

Englisch

isn't it obvious?

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-12-23
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Tagalog

pointing out the obvious

Englisch

just pointing out the obvious

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2021-04-24
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Tagalog

ano ang ibig sabihin ng obvious

Englisch

what does the obvious

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2015-10-28
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Tagalog

di naman masyado obvious as post

Englisch

not much

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-08-25
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Tagalog

it obvious you're meant for me

Englisch

it obvious you're meant for me

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2021-01-19
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Tagalog

hindi naman talaga obvious na obvious ano!

Englisch

well, it's not totally obvious!

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2016-10-27
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Tagalog

talumpati tagalog english translationvideo recordings, still video sequences, and player tracking patterns in games are probably the most complex representations of sports movements that you will come across. it is only your familiarity with sports videos that enables you to understand such patterns – watch a video of a game or sporting activity for which you do not know the rules (environmental and task constraints), and the complexity of video representations of movement patterns becomes obvious

Englisch

video recordings, still video sequences, and player tracking patterns in games are probably the most complex representations of sports movements that you will come across. it is only your familiarity with sports videos that enables you to understand such patterns – watch a video of a game or sporting activity for which you do not know the rules (environmental and task constraints), and the complexity of video representations of movement patterns becomes obvious

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2019-04-21
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british woman, elise clifton-ward (angelina jolie), is being followed through downtown paris by french police who are working with scotland yard under the direction of inspector john acheson (paul bettany). acheson has spent years hunting alexander pearce, elise's lover, who owes £744 million in back taxes, and is believed to have received plastic surgery to alter his appearance. he is also being hunted by reginald shaw (steven berkoff), a mobster from whom pearce stole $2.3 billion. at a parisian cafe, elise receives written instructions from pearce: board the train to venice, italy; pick out a man; and let the police believe that he is pearce. elise burns the note, evades the police, and boards the train. on the train, elise selects frank tupelo (johnny depp), a mathematics teacher from a community college in wisconsin. acheson salvages information about the plan from the remains of the burned note. aware of her location, but not of the ruse, a policeman on shaw's payroll alerts shaw that pearce is on the train to venice with elise. shaw immediately proceeds to venice. elise invites frank to stay with her at the hotel danieli in venice. pearce leaves instructions for elise to attend a ball. elise abandons frank, who is chased by shaw's men. while trying to escape, frank is detained by the italian police. a corrupt inspector turns him over to shaw's men for a bounty. elise rescues frank just before he is handed over, leading shaw's men on an extended boat chase, before finally escaping. she leaves frank at the airport with his passport and money, urging him to go home for his own safety. elise is revealed to be an undercover scotland yard agent who was under suspension for her suspected sympathies with pearce. she agrees to participate in a sting operation to bring pearce to justice. at the ball, as elise tries to find pearce, a man places an envelope on her table and disappears into the crowd. she tries to follow him but is stopped by frank, who claims to be in love with her and invites her to dance. the police arrive and take frank into protective custody. elise reads the note and leaves in her boat, tailed by shaw. both parties are followed by the police. when elise lands, shaw takes her hostage, threatening to harm her unless she reveals the location of a hidden safe where pearce is keeping the stolen money. the police monitor the situation via hidden cameras. acheson repeatedly refuses to allow italian police snipers to intervene to rescue elise. while the police are occupied in monitoring the situation, frank escapes and confronts shaw, claiming to be pearce and offering to open the safe if elise is allowed to leave. shaw tells frank to open the safe or he will have elise tortured. chief inspector jones arrives at the police stake-out, overrides acheson, and orders the snipers to fire, killing shaw and his men. to elise's obvious pleasure, jones lifts her suspension and fires her. acheson receives a message that pearce has been found nearby. on arrival, he learns the police have detained an englishman. the man says he is only a tourist being paid to follow instructions and is not pearce. elise tells frank that she loves him, but she also loves pearce. frank opens the safe by entering the correct code, revealing that he was alexander pearce all along. when the police come back and open the safe they find one cheque for £744 million. acheson prepares to pursue pearce, but since the taxes are now paid, jones closes the case. pearce and elise sail away together

Englisch

british woman, elise clifton ward (angelina jolie), is being followed through downtown paris by french police who are working with scotland yard under the direction of inspector john acheson (paul bettany). acheson has spent years hunting alexander pearce, elise's lover, who owes £744 million in back taxes, and is believed to have received plastic surgery to alter his appearance. he is also being hunted by reginald shaw (steven berkoff), a mobster from whom pearce stole $2.3 billion. at a paris

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2021-04-04
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being part of a motorcycle club has been a bone of contention right from the time of inception of the idea. there has always been a sense of ambiguity about them, in that while for some they’re a source of awe and inspiration, for others they’re just plain old trouble on two wheels. irrespective of what people feel, being part of a group of like minded people, definitely has its benefits. here are our reasons, why we feel you should join a motorcycle club 1. riding in a group makes you disciplined and responsible 7 reasons to join a motorcycle club - trip machine company photo credit: roy lister via flikr no biker group can remain functional and significant without following a very specific order and a code of conduct. being part of a group means that you have to rise above your personal prejudices and think for the entire group and respect everyone’s opinion. that kind of behavior simply inculcates a sense of responsibility in you, and makes you a more disciplined person, a quality, which you then take to other areas of your life. it’s a sense of discipline imposed not by fear of ostracism or punishment, but self-imposed by the common love for liberty and two wheels. 2. meet new and like-minded folks let’s admit, while we all love our colleagues and families, it does get tiring; following the same routine everyday dealing with the same faces on a day to day basis. and it’s not so much the faces that tire you, but the things they say and do. and while these faces are the enablers of our lives and we love them for that, there’s often that need to find an escape from the routines of life. that’s why you got that motorbike in the first place. being part of a ride group is a great way to get that missing hint of novelty in your life. each ride takes you to new places, makes you see new faces, and while each face comes with its own eccentricities, the one thing that remains a common thread among all is their love for rubber on tarmac and freedom on two wheels. 3. happiness multiplies when shared 7 reasons to join a motorcycle club - trip machine company photo credit: motographing with b2r, mc (modifications made) "no road is too long when you have good company" anyone who ever knocked a ball out of the park knows what this one is about. you could be standing there alone in the park or amidst a thousand who’ve come there just to share that moment with you and be witness to it. everything, your happiness, your achievements, mean so much more when you’re part of an extended family you call your ride group. they’re your band of brothers, and you know they’ve got your back. you’ll share some of the most precious moments of your life with them, and believe us, that’ll only make those moments exponentially more special for you and what’s more, there’ll be a lifetime supply of selfies for all your social media cravings. 4.rides are safer 7 reasons to join a motorcycle club - trip machine company photo credit: roy lister via flikr this one’s kind of obvious. riding in group is always relatively much safer than riding solo. it’s always good to know that in the eventuality of something going not according to the plan, you don’t have to rely on the kindness of a stranger, because you’ve got your brethren to watch your back, as you do for them. there’s just something undeniably nobler about that spirit. about knowing that you’ve got someones’ back, while they’ve got yours’. in the self-driven motions of life, there’s very few opportunities where you get to exhibit that kind of behavior. of course, we all protect our friends and families, but when you’re a part of a ride group, friends or no friends, every member of the group is an extension of yourself, and you therefore protect them as your own. 5. get more attention 7 reasons to join a motorcycle club - trip machine company photo credit: daniel orth via flikr alright, so you’ve got the machine, even the attire and the looks to pull it off, but as a solo rider, you’re often simply zipping past others, and people hardly ever even get a chance to notice your benign presence. being part of a ride group gives you the opportunity to ride in style with your band and grab virtually every eyeball in the vicinity. if you thought stardom was only reserved for movie-stars, athletes and ball players, try joining a rider's group. you get instant respect and admiration wherever you go. people want to be seen with you and your machine. it’s just such a wonderful feeling, and let’s admit, we all need our lil’ dose of attention every one in a while. after all, man is a social animal. 6. get to know more machines look, we all love our bikes, but every now and then we come across a two wheeled beast that we’d like to try our hands on. being part of motorcycle group gives you just the opportunity to do that. who wants to take that boring and restrictive test ride at the dealers’, when you can test ride your buddy's fine tuned machine. besides, your motorcycle club simply becomes your fall back knowledge-base for all you mechanical queries. finding out how others deal with their mechanical conundrums helps you maintain your own bike in a much better way. it can also open creative doors for you and give you some very inventive ideas about the kind of customizations you can do with your own machine. it just alters the entire experience of rearing a two-wheeled horse, and the only way to know it is by joining a ride group. 7. be part of a legacy this is the part that gets most of us hooked to a bikers’ club, is the idea of being a part of something much larger than ourselves, part of a legacy. that being said, not every biker’s club out there goes down the annals of history as a legend, in fact most of them don’t. and not every one of them leaves a positive impact on the society. but the ones’ that are truly worthy of calling themselves legends are the ones that have managed to weather through time and tide and not lose their integrity. these are clubs that carry with them, years of history and an uncompromising code of conduct and ethics. these groups are not just about getting together and having a blast, but also about being a positive influence on the society while still breaking away from the norms of it. about showing the society that there’s a better way to be. it’s about caring and not caring…

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2021-03-26
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