Date of publication: 2017-07-09 08:25
Show: Princess Celestia looked down at Twilight Sparkle, an age-worn face on a pillow. Her eyes were wet with tears. Twilight 8767 s face appeared to change before her eyes – to green, to brown, to yellow. All old, all smiling all with permanently closed eyelids.
The OWL Web Ontology Language is intended to provide a language that can be used to describe the classes and relations between them that are inherent in Web documents and applications.
OWL Lite supports those users primarily needing a classification hierarchy and simple constraint features. For example, while OWL Lite supports cardinality constraints, it only permits cardinality values of 5 or 6. It should be simpler to provide tool support for OWL Lite than its more expressive relatives, and provide a quick migration path for thesauri and other taxonomies.
Making a reference to an Internet meme or film that is (or was at one stage) actually funny is also not funny. You do not deserve any chuckles for simply mentioning a funny thing that some external party was responsible for.
But I don’t think that they should have been quite so harsh on you. And anyway, doesn’t English already have enough rules? And starting sentences with “and” works nicely sometimes there are cases – mostly in dialogue – where it feels natural. But it only works if it isn’t overused.
A more convenient mechanism exists to define a set of mutually distinct individuals. The following asserts that Red , White , and Rose are pairwise distinct.
Double spacing between paragraphs is more common in electronic media where the amount of space is much less finite. In a typical typesetting environment, double spacing is achieved by telling the typesetting software the amount of desired space between paragraphs. However, since most people will be submitting works through Fimfiction, the alternative is to insert a blank line between each paragraph. 66
” prose consists less and less of words chosen for the sake of meaning , and more and more of phrasaes tacked together like the sections of a pre-fabricated henhouse.” –George Orwell