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A Beautiful Mind Dubbed In Hindi

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The Latin-script is “assured” in roman letters. Note that the same consonantal cluster /r/ in the Latin text is represented in both English versions as a soft-syllable, as in (“assured” in Latinate) and (reliable) but as /l/ as in (colorful) and (colorless). Alternatively, the consonantal cluster /r/ in the Latin text may be represented by a hard-syllable, as in “assured” in English, (assured in English) but as /l/ as in “reliable” in English.
The following table compares the Latin and English lexica for this case (assured):

Latin: aestimatus a “assured” in a “estimation”;
English: expressed is “exPRESSED”;
foreign-language translation (in the sense of “rendered”): to render = “assured”;

So I doubt whether the Greek source was really bilingual and does not write a Greek word in a Latin script. If the earlier Greek word was bilingual, one could find two different transliterations of the same word in different scripts, i.e. Latin and Greek.
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Q:

A nice property of the dot product

If $x,y,z \in \mathbb R^2$ is as follows:
$$x=\begin{bmatrix} a_1 \\ a_2 \end{bmatrix}, y=\begin{bmatrix} b_1 \\ b_2 \end{bmatrix}, z=\begin{bmatrix} c_1 \\ c_2 \end{bmatrix}$$
We know that:
$$(x*y)=a_1b_1+a_2b_2=(a_1c_1+a_2c_2)+(b_1c_1+b_2c_2)$$
$$(x*z)=a_1c_1+a_2c_2=(a_1b_1+a_2b_2)+(c_1b_1+c_2b_2)$$

(y*z)=b_
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My mind was looking forward to the vacation because I couldn’t sleep that night. When I woke up, I decided to write a short story about the conversation I’d had with Svetlana after her talk at the Memoirs of Love and Relationships conference.

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful young woman, who was a bit morbid. She often thought of her friend’s death and the memory of that was painful for her. She couldn’t forget her friend’s sudden death. The young woman was writing a novel and she wanted to dedicate the book to her friend. But she wanted to give the book a unique title, so that it wouldn’t be associated with her friend’s death. The young woman, instead of being upset, decided to think of a unique title for her book. She was reminiscing with her friend’s sister, and that made her sad. While their conversation went on, the light slowly dimmed and the two women decided to bring in some light.

The young woman met an intelligent man through Facebook and he was a little bit older than her. Her sister told her that it was fine if she had met her own age, because they have to face similar problems. Her sister told her that her brother was slightly younger than her, and it is normal to find someone of the same age to protect you.

The young woman had heard about the man’s wedding, and her sister told her that a courtesan would be attending the wedding. This was the perfect opportunity for her to request him to attend her brother’s wedding too. The young woman told him that her brother wanted to be taken to a wonderful hotel and wanted to have a honeymoon with a pretty girl. If he agreed to her request, he could think of a great proposal for himself, and he would be able to travel to Colombo for the wedding. The man knew that she was morbid, but he had already promised to be with her for the rest of her life. He could not keep his promise to be only with her if he did not take her to his brother’s wedding.

When the two met, they chatted about their countries and their families. The young woman also talked about her novel and her motivation to write it. The man told her about his friend and his favourite tales. The two of them were quite different. The young woman had thought about her friend’s death often. The man was interested in many topics and he had a lot of ideas. When the conversation was going