a: circle ~
b: a polygon
"You can also think of this as: a circle is like a polygon with an infinite number of sides that are infinitely small."
Date: Aug 21 2015 4:08 PM
a: Circle of life ~
What: "The egyptians were not trying to capture the real image of humans or gods; instead they were using symbols as a form of expression. For example the symbol for life, the Ankh,the key of Nile, or the eye of Horus as a protective sight over the human soul. Also the ancient belief that the circle of life is like the sun, there is another life on earth after death, inspired the mummies stories and myths and for the same reason the rich pharaos stored every piece of jewelry and art in the tombs where they were supossed to be stored untill their body would take the next soul, the next lifeform. "
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Mar 4 2014 2:03 PM
a: circle of life ~
b: a cascade of thought
"This circle of life is like a cascade of thought. Some pure and lucid,some tainted brought to complete this routine That we endure is to be happy
And to strive afore! "
Writer: Mrinalini Rai
Date: Mar 4 2014 2:01 PM
a: removing bees from the circle of life ~
b: removing the foundation
"Should pollination stop occurring altogether, flowering plants would eventually cease to exist, and all of the animals they support would eventually disappear. Taking bees out of the circle of life is like removing the foundation of a thousand-storey building; the building wouldn't be able to stand, much less be able to hold people in it."
Writer: Not Stated
Date: Mar 4 2014 2:05 PM
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