ROTE


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ROTERoll-on Tamper Evident
ROTEReturn on Tangible Equity (investing)
ROTERelated Organized Thought Energy
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We are like children who repeat by rote the sentences of grandames and tutors, and, as they grow older, of the men of talents and character they chance to see,--painfully recollecting the exact words they spoke; afterwards, when they come into the point of view which those had who uttered these sayings, they understand them and are willing to let the words go; for at any time they can use words as good when occasion comes.
To say the truth, perfect beauty in both sexes is a more irresistible object than it is generally thought; for, notwithstanding some of us are contented with more homely lots, and learn by rote (as children to repeat what gives them no idea) to despise outside, and to value more solid charms; yet I have always observed, at the approach of consummate beauty, that these more solid charms only shine with that kind of lustre which the stars have after the rising of the sun.
The rapid transit is poetry and art: the moon but a tedious, dry body, moving by rote.
Grewgious issued with his usual air of reading an inventory, or repeating a lesson, or doing anything else by rote.
Mr Wegg, having read on by rote and attached as few ideas as possible to the text, came out of the encounter fresh; but, Mr Boffin, who had soon laid down his unfinished pipe, and had ever since sat intently staring with his eyes and mind at the confounding enormities of the Romans, was so severely punished that he could hardly wish his literary friend Good-night, and articulate 'Tomorrow.
What was understood to be his education was simply the practice of reading, writing, and spelling, carried on by an elaborate appliance of unintelligible ideas, and by much failure in the effort to learn by rote.
I tell you, my fair lord," she was saying, "that it is no fit training for a demoiselle: hawks and hounds, rotes and citoles singing a French rondel, or reading the Gestes de Doon de Mayence, as I found her yesternight, pretending sleep, the artful, with the corner of the scroll thrusting forth from under her pillow.
Morgen Rote im auffgang (Morning Glow Ascending) is more commonly known as Aurora; it was written by a shoemaker named Jacob Boehme (ca.
He added that as part of Adec's New School Model, rote learning has been traded for analytical thinking, a skill that is vital to help achieve the Abu Dhabi 2030 vision.
Tom, John, Danny and Dan have played immensely important rotes for Vulcan and will continue to do so in their new positions.
But perhaps if there was a little more emphasis on rote learning, rather than internet surfing, my mate's son might stand a chance of getting to Edinburgh.