Slang Afflicted

Afflicted is a term that refers to a person who expresses signs of affliction, that is, of anguish, sadness, sorrow, pain, physical suffering, etc. Afflicted is formed from the word affliction, which comes from the Latin afflictio, which means ‘suffering’. This term is formed, in turn, of the prefix ad, which means ‘towards’, and flictus, which means ‘blow’. Being afflicted implies a more lasting and complex feeling than being saddened by something, since it…

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Slang Solidarity

Solidarity refers to all those acts that are characterized by sharing and providing material or sentimental help to others without expecting anything in return. Solidarity is a value that seeks the common good. Through solidarity, people, individually or in groups, provide support, protection, collaboration and help to all who need it. Know how to listen Spend a few minutes to listen carefully to that afflicted person who needs to express their feelings…

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Slang Ethics

Ethics is the part of philosophy that reflects on the moral fact, that is, on what is right or wrong. Thus, in our day-to-day life, we adjust to certain principles or norms that guide or guide our behavior. In this way, we can distinguish what is good from what is not, the right from the wrong. Ethics can be observed in our daily life in all the acts, decisions and behaviors with which we…

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Slang Five Stars

The expression five stars refers to a classification system in which five represents the highest level and zero represents the lowest. This method of categorization, used mostly in the hotel environment and in the gradation of military ranks, has also been adopted as a symbolic system of valuation in other areas. In hotels, for example, the stars are part of an internationalized convention according to which the best rated hotels meet a series of standards, requirements and criteria that place…

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Slang Equality in Society

Equality in society ensures the right of each citizen, regardless of their social class, place of residence, sex, race or religion, to demand the same treatment, the same opportunities and the same obligations in the same situation. Equality in society or social equality is an inseparable part of social justice. Its function is the intervention in situations or on factors that cause discrimination, intolerance and inequality to avoid repeating the errors…

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Slang May 5

In Mexico, each day of May marks the day of the Battle of Puebla, which took place in 1862, in the current city of Puebla de Zaragoza, between the armies of Mexico and France. In this battle for the first time the Mexican army defeated a foreign army, in this case the French army, which had more soldiers, better training and resources. Battle of Puebla In 1862 Mexico was going through…

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Slang Hanukkah

Hanukkah, Chanukah, Feast of Lights or Luminaire, is a Hebrew celebration that begins on the 25th of Kislev according to the Jewish calendar, and runs for eight calendar days, until day 2 of Tevet. In the Roman calendar it approaches December 22, which coincides with the winter solstice. However, its meaning is based on a biblical account. Indeed, the Hanukkah festival commemorates two concatenated events: the independence of the Jews from the Seleucid Greeks,…

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Slang Hardware

Hardware is the physical part of a computer or computer system. It is made up of electrical, electronic, electromechanical and mechanical components, such as cable and light circuits, boards, memories, hard drives, peripheral devices and any other material in physical condition that is necessary to make the equipment work. The term hardware comes from English, means hard parts and its use has been adopted in the Spanish language without translation, being…

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