You Make It Away From Borders

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4 Responses to “You Make It Away From Borders”

  1. sbillinghurst Says:

    There is no W in because, not as much as I hate Latin. The Farad A/C to any idea again I hope I fus with ogle spectacles the rambler ay much I Hamlet, ay, Y/Q.. The devil inside, digital bass each one of us, has it. Never allow those who speak for you to do half the heartfelt dishing they feel in their songs. Out here in banana slip land, amine peel. Off! Talking to yourselves, on a variety.

  2. sbillinghurst Says:

    Salt. Elizabeth is in her cups, birdie. I can’t pick Nicholas up again. Salt. True this white pride with it and to go with it. I has to point out that white purists are mad if they issues snooty to some of ’em.

  3. sbillinghurst Says:

    Aluminum reality redacted the dribs index yesterday. The red writing is for us!

    A hunk of hate projecting algebra — I said I chunked Spake- at you, burl ives, chives, heys, dibs, knife works, it isn’t subjunctive, it is olive drab. More of the San Andreas flick’ll split Iran but a little. And second, second for but the first time. Z following Iranians, duh.

  4. sbillinghurst Says:

    sight is very dull, whate’er it abides
    today picked out the dullest scent of candles abiding in cartons. Throw them out. Nobody counts, really. They hide behind an heir whose entire lucky being behind a formica floor lamp doing their mathematics or go inside.

    straight interest zenith shoot it nadir

    In quantum chemistry, Slater’s rules provide numerical values for the effective nuclear charge concept. In a many-electron atom, each electron is said to experience less than the actual nuclear charge owing to shielding or screening by the other electrons. For each electron in an atom, Slater’s rules provide a value for the screening constant, denoted by s, S, or σ, which relates the effective and actual nuclear charges as

    The rules were devised semi-empirically by John C. Slater and published in 1930.
    Revised values of screening constants based on computations of atomic structure by the Hartree-Fock method were obtained by Enrico Clementi et al in the 1960s.

    Z mentioned in the post, now actually the thread, zI’, Zee thread wader, the star mentions “Zee Effective”, so that meant the nuclear charge was reduced

    from what it was
    Atom Heart Mother

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