* How the battle of Lewisham helped to halt the rise of Britain’s far right
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My french bread dough did not rise on the second rise after forming the loaves
My dough looked great after the first rise. I punched down the dough and formed into long loaves and used a jelly roll pan, not loaf pans. They did not rise fully, I went ahead and baked them. The ...
Why doesn't my bread rise in the oven? (Not first rise)
I've been trying to work on nice bread but am having issues with the bread not rising in the oven. The first rise after kneading seems to go well, as does a short rise after shaping but before going ...
“I live in Britain” vs. “I live on Britain” [duplicate]
How small does a land-mass have to be before you live “on” it, rather than “in” it?
Seeing that the term Britain refers to an island, which of the ...
“To halt” the strike
The workers are not going to halt the strike without proper delineation and acceptance of their demand.
What are the other words so we can use in place of "to halt" - - Suppose they are not in a ...
Another word for "theory" or "belief" that doesn't rise quite rise to the level of theory. An atheist's "theory" of creation
Theory isn't the right word because my "theory" is nothing but an idea that works for me that would take forever to explain. Actually, explaining my "theory" is exactly why I need the word :) Since the subject is creation, I don't want to call my "theory" that word because it's completely non-scientific and, obviously, the Theory of Evolution is solid science. Belief isn't the right word either. Again, my thing doesn't rise to that level. I believe in global warming, evolution, apple pie and that Jon Snow will live until (maybe even THROUGH) the end! I don't believe in God in any sense that I've ever heard preached or that I've read. Faith doesn't work either. The word "faith" fits better to the Jon Snow reference above. My degree of certainty that my "theory" is correct is kind of nil. I guess I can describe it as something my scientific psyche can accept and that makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I'd like to think my thingy is right. So, what can I call it? EDIT: For my purposes, it's fine if my use of the word sends readers to the dictionary. 2nd Edit: Here's the thingy. I don't care to discuss the possibility (probability) that it's total fantasy: Please don't judge this like a physicist and complain of problems with the phrase; I am not aware of better actual words to say, "Before the Big Bang". My whole "religion" can be said with the line, "Before the Big Bang, we were God." The Bang (perhaps an experiment) was somehow created by us , the beings that live in the universe. Our souls are just energy in the universe, while we ("we" in the sense of Jolenealaska, StoneyB, the president, Charles Manson, Sandra Bullock, Prince Charles, the baby on the plane and beings we humans haven't met (that we know of) because they live too far away and most are kind of cut off from the hive (as we are). Parts of the universe are contracting, others are expanding. As parts of the universe contract, "people" sometimes tap into the hive. (Hive is another word that isn't quite "right"). Eventually we will be home and whole again, a conscious singularity. Maybe kind of like a staff meeting, we decide to do it all again. BANG
Another word for "theory" or "belief" that doesn't rise quite rise to the level of theory. An atheist's "theory" of creation –
Theory isn't the right word because my "theory" is nothing but an idea that works for me that would take forever to explain. Actually, explaining my "theory" is exactly why I need the word :) Since ...
What invention helped Britain in the Battle of Britain?
Which two natural resources did great Britain have in large supply that helped fuel the rise of industry?
coal an iron I got it right on e2020! Hope that I helped :) =)
When did an eclipse halt battle?
When did Britain veto colonial effort to halt slave importation?
Where did the allies halt the german advance at battle of the bulge?
Which Civil War battle was significant in that the Union army was able to halt Robert E. Lee's invasion of the north?
Which two innovations helped spur the rise of the railroad industry?
air brakes and public land grants to railroad companies
What is a summation of the rise in nationalism that helped lead to World War 1?
Which battle was the most important: El Alamein Stalingrad Battle of Britain Battle of the Atlantic or D-Day?
What did the union control in the battle at Gettysburg which helped them win the battle?
What helped Hitler and the Nazi party rise to power in 1930?
What conditions in Europe helped give rise to the rule of dictator?
When you say Europe, I'm suspecting your talking just about Germany. Hitler became pretty much the dictator of Germany due to Germany's bad economy and other problems it had after World War I. Hitler, with his great speeches, managed to gain large amounts of support and he soon enough he got the National Socialist Party, or the Nazis, into power. As such he quickly turned Germany into a military juggernaut and turned Germany around. Because of these things Hitler ended up being the Fuhrer or dictator of Germany with large amounts of support.