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A Story to Go, Please [chapter]

Frank Nack, Abdallah El Ali, Philo van Kemenade, Jan Overgoor, Bastiaan van der Weij
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present an approach for an associationbased story environment, in which a priori unrelated experiences represented in images, are stitched together to guide users through interesting city  ...  We outline the overall architecture of the system and provide a generated story example.  ...  Story Engine The 'Story-To-Go' story engine is a client-server based system that covers three essential elements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16638-9_11 fatcat:x6jhs2uxevf6tnixox4ryyx5y4

Page 25 of Journal of Education Vol. 139, Issue 3 [page]

1957 Journal of Education  
Please do not tell the titles of the music.) “T hope that it was easier for you to hear a story in the music today?” “Did anyone hear a story or even part of a story?”  ...  “Please use this white paper, that I will pass to you, to draw the story you heard in one of the pieces of music. Please give your story a title. You can put it at the top of the paper.”  ... 

Drinking stories: A time in space and a space in time

Daniel Briggs
2014 International journal of drug policy  
, live 'the good life to the maximum' by 21 taking advantage of what is on offer in the resort with the aim of 22 going home with stories to tell; and (2) the time in space; by this 23 I mean how the space  ...  8 Their remit is the micro-social-subjective importance young people 9 allocate to drinking lots of alcohol to retain a 'repertoire of per-10 sonal drinking stories'.  ...  64 to go along with it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.03.012 pmid:24814638 fatcat:jj7vor3rfbgxrigbkp27aivldq

Page 461 of Notes and Queries Vol. 9, Issue 233 [page]

1990 Notes and Queries  
Go, go visit Brother Fire.” “O Brother Fire! Please, Brother Fire, +. to burn the Earpick. The a does not clean the ear of the Dog. Brother og,” &e. “What is that tome? Don’t know; don’t care.” 8.  ...  Frankfiirter remarks on this Siamese cumu- lative story that “a gentleman who has been in Europe pretends that it is not complete; that the gnat also refused to help the child, who then went to the sun  ... 

Costabile_onlineappendix – Supplemental material for Downstream Effects of Dispositional Inferences on Confirmation Biases

Kristi A. Costabile, Stephanie Madon
2018 Figshare  
Supplemental material, Costabile_onlineappendix for Downstream Effects of Dispositional Inferences on Confirmation Biases by Kristi A.  ...  We can create stories based around a single action. We want to see whether you can create a story about an event based on a single behavior. You are going to see a series of sentences on the screen.  ...  We can create stories based around a single action. We want to see whether you can create a story about an event based on a single behavior. You are going to see a series of sentences on the screen.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.6993842 fatcat:ryyiuf3f65hwvh2563rkyawtx4

Page 216 of New McClure's Magazine Vol. 25, Issue 2 [page]

1905 New McClure's Magazine  
“Did you tell her you were going to tell ghost-stories ?”’ “Yes, and she was very much amused and pleased.”  ...  . “| don’t know—it never occurred to me to ask.” He smiled down at her amusedly. “Well, what are you going to do?” “Oh, I’m a story-teller. I’m going to tell stories.”  ... 

Townsend_OnlineAppendix – Supplemental material for Empowerment Through Difference: An Online Difference-Education Intervention Closes the Social Class Achievement Gap

Sarah S. M. Townsend, Nicole M. Stephens, Stephanie Smallets, MarYam G. Hamedani
2018 Figshare  
Please use the following scale below to mark your responses from 0 to 5 (or more). Email a professor to ask a question? Meet with a professor outside of c lass? Go to the writing center?  ...  Please reflect on your experiences. How does your story relate to the stories that you just read?  ...  Using the scale below, please indicate how much you would feel each of the following emotions: Yes No Imagine that you have to meet one-on-one with a professor outside of class.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.7343624 fatcat:656i6tdx6rbh3jjrto3pnh3dke

Page 242 of The Volta Review Vol. 22, Issue 4 [page]

1920 The Volta Review  
I’m going to have a big meet- ing here this afternoon, and I want you to come. If you come to my meeting, I'll show you the way to Heaven.” “Aw, go on!”  ...  Sunday was very much pleased, and said to the boy, “You are a smar A know ax I am?” eee “No,” replied the boy.  ... 

Page 52 of Journal of Management Education Vol. 35, Issue 1 [page]

2011 Journal of Management Education  
Journal of Management Education 35(1) “Where are you going?” asked one of the ducks. “IT am going to a circle,” replied Coyote. “What’s in the bag?” asked the duck.  ...  “I’m very busy” “Please, please, please, please” “I’m running late” “Please, please, please, please” “Oh, alright. Ill sing a song for you, but I need your help. All of you stand in three lines.  ... 

Page 562 of Sunday Magazine Vol. , Issue [page]

1898 Sunday Magazine  
Publisher Williams, and he is going to take your story if you make it shorter, and he is going to pay you pounds and pounds and pounds, so you needn’t starve. Mr.  ...  Wainright took his leave, throwing Marjorie a kindly smile as he passed her. «‘ Should you feel very disappointed, Miss Marjorie, if you had to go home with all those stories, and no pounds to give your  ... 

Page 42 of The American Magazine Vol. 62, Issue 1 [page]

1906 The American Magazine  
Let me go, please.”’ ** But suppose he offered her—a giant’s love?’’ he asked. ‘Can you tell me the end of the story then?’’ I was listening to hear if she remembered the end of the story, but Mr.  ...  I wonder why Aunt Stella is going away from us to live at Mr. Hardy’s house! I wonder why Aunt Marie says that a prince’s sweetheart is happier than a princess ! so pleased !  ... 

Page 100 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 15, Issue 3 [page]

1915 Catholic School Journal  
Please tell the story that this picture suggests to you. A Rainstorm  ...  Please tell the story the picture suggests to you, first aloud, then neatly on paper. A PLEASANT RIDE Suggestive Outline Here is a boy riding a horse along a country road.  ... 

Page 269 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 3, Issue 9 [page]

1904 Catholic School Journal  
The phrases to be taughtare ‘‘A big lion,’’ ‘‘Five little mice,’’ ‘‘Please let me go,’’ and “Thank you, mouse.”’  ...  The little niouse was dreadfully frightened and begged, ‘‘Please let me go. Please let me go.”” Whatdid he say? We will put it upon the board. (Teacher writes, Please let me go.)  ... 

Page 30 of Journal of Education Vol. 139, Issue 1 [page]

1956 Journal of Education  
Follow-up: Teacher: Tomorrow I’m going to read you a story about anothet community helper. (Second day): Teacher: Listen to this story about another community helper.  ...  Listen to the way I make my voice go ‘‘up and down”’ to tell what is happening and how the people in the story feel. 30 *By  ... 

Page 337 of Teachers College Record Vol. 18, Issue 4 [page]

1917 Teachers College Record  
How are you going to get Miss Deloria to tell her story? PUPIL: We could make believe she is our mother, and someone could say, “Oh, mamma! Please tell us a story.”  ...  She has told you a story, and you are going to end the program with a song. Do you want to make a speech about it, or do you want to say to each other, “We will sing a song about the birds’ nest’?  ... 
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