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draft3 100%

With an astute mind but idle hands, the third and final ape was a clumsy ape.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/04/21/draft3/

21/04/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

CNRL Pipeline Spec Gas (Sweet) SDS 77%

Safety Data Sheet Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/09/cnrl-pipeline-spec-gas-sweet-sds/

09/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

The World As Such 76%

    Due to the “transrational” nature of the Zaum language, several of my translations have  necessarily been rather interpretive. Further confusing matters is the fact that ​ Kruchenykh​  wrote  almost exclusively on small scraps of paper stored in an old cigar box. While it is possible  (though unlikely) that these scraps had been placed in order when originally written, any given  order was lost when the box was dropped by a clumsy, ham­handed transport man who is not  worth the time it would take to properly put in his place. Additionally, this worthless ox likewise  and simultaneously dropped a mildewed fish tank containing a first draft of the libretto of the  Russian Futurist opera ​ Victory Over the Sun​ . In order to hide the evidence of his misdeeds, this  inept and vile tapeworm­of­a­thing stuffed both manuscript and libretto into the first book he  found at hand, hoping, no doubt, that its bound pages would hide the galling mess he had  released into the world. The book was ​ Apokalipso Mondo ​ by noted Esperanto author Vincenzo  Bakisto. When the bumbling oaf discovered his jig was up he managed to tear several pages  from the book while retrieving his pitifully hidden texts.    While every effort has been made to disentangle these three separate texts in order to present  the pure game as outlined in ​ Kruchenykh​ ’s 1913 vision, some contamination has inevitably  occurred.    My sincerest apologies for any inconveniences encountered.           1    ​ “Declaration of the Word as Such,” (1913)  “Declaration of Transrational Language,” (1921)  2 ​ THE WORLD AS SUCH  as it as is it not    visage-player, countenance-man, impersonator = actor personas = characters grouppeople = troupe softspeaker = prompter action, tion, sion = scene act sagarama = drama etc.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/13/the-world-as-such/

13/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Hot 100 72%

ATLAS HOT 100 capricious=erratic behavior/mood equivocation=indecisiveness unequivocal=certain idiosyncratic=quirky decimate=destroy decipher=comprehend vacuity=emptiness chicanery=fraudulence abhor=hate/detest temporize=procrastinate maudlin=sentimental lithe=flexible evanescent=short-lived noisome=smelly peripatetic=constantly traveling irascible=short-tempered magnanimous=generous adroit=skillful inept=clumsy anachronism=wrong time period ineffable=indescribable winnow=narrow down felicity=luck acrid=bitter plight=struggle trenchant=sharp/incisive ubiquitous=all-present vacillate=waiver vapid=dull frivolous=trivial prudent=wise prosaic=boring/mundane exacerbate=make worse mitigate=reduce/lessen evince=show belie=misrepresent boorish=rude insipid=dull apathetic=uncaring compulsory=required palliative=lessening pain/symptoms cursory=superficial succinct=brief/terse decorous=proper/decent erratic=scattered/unplanned pungent=strong smelling antediluvian=very old nihilist=extreme skeptic ephemeral=brief itinerant=constantly moving eclectic=diverse elements pugnacious=ready to fight aesthetic=art or beauty benevolent=sympathy/generosity clairvoyant=see/predict future conundrum=problem venerable=honored tenuous=flimsy pragmatic=practical capacious=spacious superfluous=more than necessary brazen=bold bombast=pompous language intrepid=no fear fastidious=overly critical florid=ornate surreptitious=deceptive, secretive talisman=lucky charm dubious=doubtful spurious=false raze=destroy, ruin precocious=too early innocuous=harmless perfidious=betray orator=speaker abate=lessen reticent=restrained impetuous=rash, careless demagogue=pleasing politician bilk=cheat, steal jocular=jokingly jubilation=joy, happiness abstruse=difficult to understand querulous=complaining haughty=arrogant enervate=debilitate hedonism=self indulgence harangue=noisy, attacking speech revere=worship, honor circumlocution=go around ostentatious=flashy, to impress enigma=puzzle, mystery spurious=false deleterious=harmful rescind=retract/repeal plaudit=praise sagacity=wisdom hackneyed=cliche blithe=free-spirited credulous=gullible AtlasTestPrep.com | 716.299.TEST

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/03/24/hot-100/

24/03/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Dexzeen.htm 72%

Dexzeen (100 Points) Male; Age 51;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/04/05/dexzeen-htm/

05/04/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Prologue human 70%

He never liked me, maybe because of my clumsy hands, or maybe he is just thinks I’m better than him, he is lonely and takes his work seriously, never leaves the clinic or the city except from our wedding that will be in the future and family meetings, like holidays.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/06/22/prologue-human/

22/06/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

SYBARITIC SAINT Excerpt Zero 60%

Our lips met for the first and last time, the motion of my tongue seeming clumsy and juvenile next to her frenzied dance.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/04/sybaritic-saint-excerpt-zero/

04/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

THE BIGFOOTER INVADERS 58%

I tried holding them in my hand, but they were so small and my giant mitts were having difficulty containing them, "DAMN THESE GIANT CLUMSY APPENDAGES!"

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/22/the-bigfooter-invaders/

22/07/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

CTS 58%

The affected hand may feel weaker than normal and clumsy and often sufferers will drop or find it difficult to manipulate small items.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/30/cts/

30/11/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Drive Forward Rules Comments - May 5 55%

  May   5,   2017    City   of   Seattle  Department   of   Finance   and   Administrative   Services  Attn:   Mr.   Matthew   Eng  P.O.   Box   94689  Seattle,   WA   98124­4689  DriverRepresentation@seattle.gov      Dear   Mr.   Eng:    We,   the   undersigned   drivers   and   community   members   of   Drive   Forward   Seattle,   submit   the  following   public   comments   on   the   proposed   rule   changes   released   by   your   office   on   April   21,  2017.     First,   in   general,   we   are   increasingly   alarmed   by   the   City’s   clumsy   and   unprofessional  administration   of   this   flawed   ordinance.   Not   only   was   the   ordinance   originally   passed   with   no  public   dialogue   and   no   input   from   the   very   people   it   would   affect   most   ­  drivers   ­  but   the   City   has  ignored   our   voices   every   step   of   the   way.   Hundreds   of   us   have   offered   comments,   suggestions,  and   testimony   during   this   process,   but   we   have   been   ignored.   The   release   of   this   latest   set   of  rules   only   provides   further   confirmation   the   goal   of   this   effort   is   not   to   help   the   drivers.   This   is   not  the   progressive   City   we   know   that   claims   to   be   inclusive   and   to   care   about   people   like   us.    Second,   we   are   extremely   concerned   by   the   Department   of   Finance   and   Administrative  Services’   sudden   decision   to   make   changes   to   supposedly   “final”   rules   several   months   after  beginning   implementation   of   the   ordinance.   How   can   the   rules   change   after   they   were   already  final?   How   do   we   know   they   won’t   change   again?   Even   more   disturbing,   none   of   the   new  changes   reflect   the   extensive   feedback   you   have   received   from   drivers.   Where   did   these  proposed   changes   come   from?   Whose   interests   are   you   protecting   with   these   new   changes?   It  certainly   is   not   drivers.    Third,   now   that   you   have   re­opened   the   rules,   we   would   again   implore   you   to   listen   to   the   voices  of   drivers   like   us   and   make   the   following   changes   to   the   rules   that   we   have   previously   asked   for  on   many   occasions:    ● Every   driver   affected   by   this   ordinance   should   have   a  vote   on   union   representation.   The  City   has   been   working   on   this   ordinance   for   nearly   a  year   and   a  half,   and   we   have   not  once   heard   the   City   offer   any   logical   explanation   based   upon   any   reliable   evidence   or  fact   as   to   why   only   certain   drivers   get   a  vote   on   an   issue   that   will   impact   their   future.   Why  are   you   denying   thousands   of   drivers   this   fundamental   right?      ● Every   driver   that   would   be   bound   by   a  resulting   contract   should   get   a  final   vote   on  whether   to   approve   or   disapprove   that   agreement.   This   has   been   a  basic   part   of   labor  law   for   decades.   Why   won’t   you   guarantee   drivers   a  final   up   or   down   vote   on   the  contract.   Why   are   you   giving   the   right   of   approval   or   rejection   to   the   Director?  ● Drivers   should   have   real   protections   from   harassment   and   intimidation   from   any  organization   seeking   to   represent   us.   The   rules   currently   include   protections   against  harassment   by   other   parties   but   not   from   the   organization   that   has   the   most   to   gain   from  securing   our   signatures.   Why   won’t   you   provide   us   with   these   protections?      Please   do   not   ignore   these   objections   both   to   the   proposed   rules   and   to   the   City’s   flawed  rule­making   process   like   you   have   done   in   the   past.   We   cannot   understand   why   the   City   didn’t  offer   ANY   response   to   Drive   Forward’s   February   17,   2017,   letter   raising   a  number   of   major  objections   to   approving   the   Teamsters’   QDR   application.   Our   letter   laid   out   the   Teamsters’  massive   conflict   of   interest   in   trying   to   represent   independent   drivers   like   us   after   years   of  fighting   to   stop   us   from   earning   money   as   drivers   ­  including   fighting   to   keep   us   out   of   the  airport,   suing   to   kick   TNCs   out   of   Seattle   entirely,   and   capping   the   number   of   drivers   at   150.  How   could   an   organization   whose   interests   directly   conflict   with   the   interests   of   the   drivers   they  seek   to   represent   be   certified   as   a  QDR?   These   are   serious   questions   ­  but   we   received   no  answers.   The   City’s   defective   process   has   clearly   not   put   the   interests   of   drivers   first.    In   conclusion,   we,   the   drivers   and   community   members   of   Drive   Forward   Seattle   affected   by   this  ordinance,   implore   you   once   again   to   begin   protecting   the   interests   of   drivers   by   listening   to   our  concerns   and   revising   the   rules   so   that  o   ur   privacy   is   protected   and   that  e   very   driver   gets   a  vote   on   representation   and   any   final   contract.    Respectfully   submitted,    Ourang   Ahdifard David   Gilmore Steven   Muskovits  Belal   Ahmed Immanuel   Gitamo Yebeta   Mwiba  Greg   Allan Jordan   Goyne Mulugeta   Negash  Teshim   Awalom Eric   Grant Paul   Nelwan  Robert   Baird Anthony   Gray Ramon   Nunez  David   Baker Ali   Guireh Kari   Olson  Joseph   Beaumier Jawed   Hasham Mohamed   Omar  Kabir   Bello Harry   Hearns Gina   Opacki  Alejandro   Bey Chuck   Hinson William   Parfitt  Stephanie   Bloom Larry   Hirata Ryan   Peart  Kathryn   Bohot Carl   Hoffman Marianne   Pence  Elod   Boromisza Jon   Holley Bradley   Peterson  Leslie   Braggs Jesse   Itula Lao   Phan  Daniel   Bretzke Leonard   Jackson,   Jr.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/08/drive-forward-rules-comments-may-5/

08/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

micromoments-guide-to-winning-shift-to-mobile-summary 55%

Be Quick Consumers won’t wait for a clumsy mobile site or app.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/10/28/micromoments-guide-to-winning-shift-to-mobile-summary/

28/10/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

ByteBracket 54%

Without a succinct and standardized system for representing prediction brackets, users of these networks have had to rely on closed-source bracket sharing solutions offered by existing bracket-maker providers, making it both clumsy to share prediction brackets and almost impossible to compare brackets made with competing providers.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/03/17/bytebracket/

17/03/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

yooka failee 52%

His clumsy, stiffly animated stumbling throughout the world is visually unfortunate and interactively awkward.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/04/yooka-failee/

04/04/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Machine Learning Project 51%

Picking the stock of choice was a fast clumsy process.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/08/27/machine-learning-project/

27/08/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

sc2 lecture 46%

While attempting this, you will feel slow and clumsy.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/06/25/sc2-lecture/

25/06/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Phantom of the Paradox 44%

I hear that a re-mastered edit, removing the clumsy optical prints neccesitated by decades-old lawsuits, is hoped for;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2020/02/01/phantom-of-the-paradox/

01/02/2020 www.pdf-archive.com

Chapter2-Planescape 44%

I had avoided looking at the zombies until now, and out of the corner of my eye I took notice of them shuffling about, light, dessicated limbs moving in an obscene dance, clumsy fingers at work preparing the bodies.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/26/chapter2-planescape/

26/09/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

a-guide-to-writing-a-comparison-assessment-report-1 43%

Many people discover errors or clumsy sentences by reading the report aloud at this point.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/02/17/a-guide-to-writing-a-comparison-assessment-report-1/

17/02/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Translation Comittee notes 43%

A1 Principles of Bible Translation !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/08/12/translation-comittee-notes/

12/08/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Appendices as of 1-7-15 43%

They are not as slippery as the Nephnari, with their exotic warbeasts and guerilla tactics, but neither do they favor the brute, clumsy charges of the Dhruukam and their waves of Breaker soldiers.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/04/01/appendices-as-of-1-7-15/

01/04/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Pixel Art Interview Final 42%

I tried many programs on the PCs, but the interfaces were all clumsy and annoying.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/03/20/pixel-art-interview-final/

20/03/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

HarryPotterandthePsychologyofPrejudice 42%

Harry Potter and the Psychology of Prejudice    "You've had ​lessons ​  on how to manipulate people?"  "Of course," Draco said proudly. "I'm a ​M ​ alfoy. Father bought me tutors."  "Wow," Harry said.  “The way Lucius looks at you, I thought he was going to  crucify you."  "My father really loves me," Draco said firmly. "He wouldn't ever do that."  "Um..." Harry said. He remembered the white­haired figure of elegance wielding  that deadly cane. It wasn't easy to visualise him as a doting father. "Don't take this  the wrong way, but how do you ​ ​ know that?"  "Huh?" It was clear that this was a question Draco did not commonly ask himself.  “What makes you think Lucius wouldn't sacrifice you the same way he'd sacrifice  anything else for power?"  Draco shot Harry another odd look. "Just what do ​ ​ you know about Father?"  "Um... seat on the Wizengamot, seat on Hogwarts' Board of Governors, incredibly  wealthy, has the ear of Minister Fudge, has the confidence of Minister Fudge,  probably has some highly embarrassing photos of Minister Fudge, most prominent  blood purist now that the Dark Lord's gone, former Death Eater who was found to  have the Dark Mark but got off by claiming to be under the Imperius Curse, which  was ridiculously implausible and pretty much everyone knew it... evil with a  capital 'E' and a born killer... I think that's it."  Draco's eyes had narrowed to slits. "McGonagall told you that, did she."  "No, she wouldn't say ​ ​ anything to me about Lucius, except to stay away from him,  so I grabbed a customer at the potions shop and asked ​ ​ her about Lucius."  Draco's eyes were wide again. "Did you ​ ​ really? "  Harry gave Draco a puzzled look. "If I lied the first time, I'm not going to tell you  the truth just because you ask twice."  There was a certain pause as Draco absorbed this.  "You're so completely going to be in Slytherin. Anyway... to answer what you  asked..." Draco took a deep breath, and his face turned serious. "Father once  missed a Wizengamot vote for me. I was on a broom and I fell off and broke a lot    of ribs. It really hurt. I'd never hurt that much before and I thought I was going to  die. So Father missed this really important vote, because he was there by my bed at  St. Mungo's, holding my hands and promising me that I was going to be okay."  Harry glanced away uncomfortably, then, with an effort, forced himself to look  back at Draco. "Why are you telling me ​ ​ that? It seems sort of... private..."  Draco gave Harry a serious look. "One of my tutors once said that people form  close friendships by knowing private things about each other, and the reason most  people don't make close friends is because they're too embarrassed to share  anything really important about themselves." Draco turned his palms out  invitingly. "Your turn?"  Knowing that Draco's hopeful face had probably been drilled into him by months  of practice did not make it any less effective, Harry observed. Actually it ​ ​ did make  it ​​ less effective, but unfortunately not ​ineffective. The same could be said of  Draco's clever use of reciprocation pressure. Draco had made an unsolicited gift of  a confidence, and now invited Harry to offer a confidence in return... and the thing  was, Harry ​did feel pressured. Refusal, Harry was certain, would be met with a  look of sad disappointment, and maybe a small amount of contempt indicating that  Harry had lost points.  "Draco," Harry said, "just so you know, I recognise exactly what you're doing right  now.”  Draco was looking sad and disappointed. "It's not meant as a trick, Harry. It's a real  way of becoming friends."  Harry held up a hand. "I didn't say I wasn't going to respond. I just need time to  pick something that's private but just as non­damaging. Let's say... I wanted you to  know that I can't be rushed into things." A pause to reflect could go a long way in  defusing the power of a lot of compliance techniques, once you learned to  recognise them for what they were.  "All right," Draco said. "I'll wait while you come up with something.”  Simple but effective.  And Harry couldn't help but notice how clumsy, awkward, graceless his attempt at  resisting manipulation / saving face / showing off had appeared compared to  Draco. ​I need those tutors.  "All right," Harry said after a time. "Here's mine." He glanced around. "Um... it  sounds like you can really rely on your father. I mean... if you talk to him  seriously, he'll always listen to you and take you seriously."  Draco nodded.    "Sometimes," Harry said, and swallowed. This was surprisingly hard, but then it  was meant to be. "Sometimes I wish my own family was like yours." Harry's eyes  flinched away from Draco's face, more or less automatically, and then Harry forced  himself to look back at Draco.  Then it hit Harry ​what on Earth he'd just said, and Harry hastily added, "Not that I  wish my Dad was a flawless instrument of death like Lucius, I only mean taking  me seriously ­"  "I understand," Draco said with a smile. "There... now doesn't it feel like we're a  little closer to being friends?"  Harry nodded. "Yeah. It does, actually.”  "My father takes all his friends seriously," Draco said. "That's why he has lots of  friends. You should meet him."  "I'll think about it," Harry said in a neutral voice. He shook his head in wonder. "So  you really are his one weak point. Huh."  Now Draco was giving Harry a ​really odd look. "You want to go get something to  drink and find somewhere to sit down?"  Harry realised he had been standing in one place for too long, and stretched  himself, trying to crick his back. "Sure."  The platform was starting to fill up now, but there was still a quieter area on the far  side away from the red steam engine. Along the way they passed a stall containing  a bald, bearded man offering newspapers and comic books and stacked neon­green  cans.  "'Scuse me," Harry said, "but what ​is that stuff, exactly?"  "Comed­Tea," said the stallholder. "If you drink it, something surprising is bound  to happen which makes you spill it on yourself or someone else. But it's charmed  to vanish just a few seconds later ­"  "How droll," said Draco. "How very, very droll. Come, Mr. Potter, let's go find  another ­"  "Hold on," Harry said.  "​Oh come on! That's just, just ​juvenile! "  "No, I'm sorry Draco, I ​have to investigate this. What happens if I drink  Comed­Tea while doing my best to keep the conversation completely serious?"    The stallholder smiled mysteriously. "Who knows? A friend walks by in a frog  costume? Something unexpected is bound to happen ­"  "No. I'm sorry. I just don't believe it. That violates my much­abused suspension of  disbelief on so many levels I don't even have the language to describe it. There is,  there is just ​no way a bloody ​drink can manipulate reality to produce ​comedy  setups, or I'm going to give up and retire to the Bahamas ­"  Draco groaned. "Are we ​really going to do this?"  "You don't have to drink it but I ​have to investigate. ​Have to. How much?"  "Five Knuts the can," the stallholder said.  "​Five Knuts? You can sell reality­manipulating fizzy drinks for ​five Knuts the  can?" Harry reached into his pouch, said "four Sickles, four Knuts", and slapped  them down on the counter. "Two dozen cans please."  "I'll also take one," Draco sighed, and started to reach for his pockets.  Harry shook his head rapidly. "No, I've got this, doesn't count as a favor either, I  want to see if it works for you too." He took a can from the stack now placed on  the counter and tossed it to Draco, then started feeding his pouch. The pouch's  Widening Lip ate the cans accompanied by small burping noises.  Twenty­two burps later, Harry had the last purchased can in his hand, Draco was  looking at him expectantly, and the two of them pulled the ring at the same time.  They tilted their heads back and drank the Comed­Tea.  It somehow ​tasted bright green ­ extra­fizzy and limer than lime.  Aside from that, nothing else happened.  Harry looked at the stallholder, who was watching them benevolently.  "It doesn't always happen immediately," the stallholder said. "But it's guaranteed to  happen once per can, or your money back."  Harry took another long drink.  Once again, nothing happened.  Maybe I should just chug the whole thing as fast as possible... and hope my  stomach doesn't explode from all the carbon dioxide, or that I don't burp while  drinking it...  No, he could afford to be a ​little patient. But honestly, Harry didn't see how this  was going to work. You couldn't go up to someone and say "Now I'm going to    surprise you" or "And now I'm going to tell you the punchline of the joke, and it'll  be really funny." It ruined the shock value. In Harry's state of mental preparedness,  Lucius Malfoy could have walked past in a ballerina outfit and it wouldn't have  made him do a proper spit­take. Just what sort of wacky shenanigan was the  universe supposed to cough up ​now?  "Anyway, let's sit down," Harry said. He prepared to swig another drink and started  towards the distant seating area, which put him at the right angle to glance back  and see the portion of the stall's newspaper stand that was devoted to a newspaper  called ​The Quibbler, which was showing the following headline:  BOY­WHO­LIVED GETS  DRACO MALFOY PREGNANT  "​Gah! " screamed Draco as bright green liquid sprayed all over him from Harry's  direction. Draco turned to Harry with fire in his eyes and grabbed his own can.  "You son of a mudblood! Let's see how ​you like being spat upon!" Draco took a  deliberate swig from the can just as his own eyes caught sight of the headline.  In sheer reflex action, Harry tried to block his face as the spray of liquid flew in his  direction. Unfortunately he blocked using the hand containing the Comed­Tea,  sending the rest of the green liquid to splash out over his shoulder.  Harry stared at the can in his hand even as he went on choking and spluttering and  the green colour started to vanish from Draco's robes.  Then he looked up and stared at the newspaper headline.  BOY­WHO­LIVED GETS  DRACO MALFOY PREGNANT  Harry's lips opened and said, "buh­buh­buh­buh..."  Too many competing objections, that was the problem. Every time Harry tried to  say "But we're only eleven!" the objection "But men can't get pregnant!" demanded  first priority and was then run over by "But there's nothing between us, really!"  Then Harry looked down at the can in his hand again.  He was feeling a deep­seated desire to run away screaming at the top of his lungs  until he dropped from lack of oxygen.  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