Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky. (slithytove) wrote,
Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky.

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The thing about doctors is, we can never agree on anything. Everyone has his own damned opinion.

See, we were just discussing on the Emergency Medicine e-mail list the other week, which pin on a Rockwell ZG489-1 Rev. 1.3 chip goes to +5 volts when a call comes in. There were lots of different opinions. Hassan said he wires pin 4 when he wants to blow up a bunch of school kids in Baghdad. Luke thought it was pin 3 he used when he blew up an abortion clinic in Fort Lauderdale last year. Sandeep said that the ZG489-1 has been through two firmware upgrades since then, and that he had hack the speaker leads to get enough voltage to blow up a couple of hundred Muslim vacation travelers on a train in Punjab a few months ago. Fergus hadn't blown up any Royal Ulster Constabularies in several years, thought digital phones were all too damn finicky and everyone should just stick to dynamite and mechanical alarm clocks, but Fergus always has an opinion about everything.

We all agreed that a respiratory fluoroquinolone or a macrolide was the first line of treatment for outpatient pneumonia, though, and that recent research cast serious doubts on the sensitivity of the sed rate in diagnosing the suspected septic joint.



meaning: only, prompt

唯心論 == yuishinron == (noun) spiritualism, idealism, mentalism
唯美主義 == yuibishugi == (noun) aestheticism

Left radical is 'mouth' (口). Right radical is 'bird', the sound of which means 'prompt answer'. This character's 'only' meaning is a borrowing. Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Bird has mouth, only don't expect prompt answer.'

Info from Taka Kanji Database
List of compounds including this character from Risu Dictionary

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