Settled and moderate.
Full of ideas.
Connector of dots.
Explainer of how life works.
Reinventing myself...that just never stops.
"Isn't life just a series of images that change as they repeat themselves?" Andy Warhol
Pronunciation - `dE-vo'
Etymology: Italian, literally, god. From Latin, male of divus - divine, godly.
See also: Prima Don
Pronunciation - `daek-tar'
Etymology: Middle English doctour - teacher, doctor, from middle French and Latin, from Latin, teacher - docEre
1a: an eminent theologian; b: a learned or authoritative teacher; c: a person who has earned one of the highest academic degrees (as a PhD) conferred by a University; d: a person awarded an honorary doctorate (as an LLD or Litt D) by a college or university
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Smashwords book reviews by Douglas Hord
- Ec•o•nom•ics: A Simple Twist on Normalcy
on Aug. 10, 2012
Enthusiastically written and presented. I find that the connection between economic theory and pop culture/pop psychology was exceedingly weak. An entertaining overview of economics for a beginner, certainly.
I found the vocabulary to be suitable for a work about economic theory.