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-315,877,751
-315,877,751
The decline of the city reached its nadir with the War of Spanish Succession (1702–1709) that marked the end of the political and legal independence of the Kingdom of Valencia. During the War of the Spanish Succession, Valencia sided with Charles of Austria. On 24 January 1706, Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, 1st Earl of Monmouth, led a handful of English cavalrymen into the city after riding south from Barcelona, capturing the nearby fortress at Sagunt, and bluffing the Spanish Bourbon army into withdrawal.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi! As for me, I thought Spain got united much earlier", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,063,204,396
-1,063,204,396
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Sociology professor at Duke University, remarks, "I contend that racism is, more than anything else, a matter of group power; it is about a dominant racial group (whites) striving to maintain its systemic advantages and minorities fighting to subvert the racial status quo." The types of practices that take place under this new color-blind racism is subtle, institutionalized, and supposedly not racial. Color-blind racism thrives on the idea that race is no longer an issue in the United States. There are contradictions between the alleged color-blindness of most whites and the persistence of a color-coded system of inequality.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-749,262,821
-749,262,821
Originally, every electronic component had wire leads, and the PCB had holes drilled for each wire of each component. The components' leads were then passed through the holes and soldered to the PCB trace. This method of assembly is called through-hole construction. In 1949, Moe Abramson and Stanislaus F. Danko of the United States Army Signal Corps developed the Auto-Sembly process in which component leads were inserted into a copper foil interconnection pattern and dip soldered. The patent they obtained in 1956 was assigned to the U.S. Army. With the development of board lamination and etching techniques, this concept evolved into the standard printed circuit board fabrication process in use today. Soldering could be done automatically by passing the board over a ripple, or wave, of molten solder in a wave-soldering machine. However, the wires and holes are wasteful since drilling holes is expensive and the protruding wires are merely cut off.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What do you think abouy it?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "About what?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "About text", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-155,769,874
-155,769,874
Though much of Enlightenment political thought was dominated by social contract theorists, both David Hume and Adam Ferguson criticized this camp. Hume's essay Of the Original Contract argues that governments derived from consent are rarely seen, and civil government is grounded in a ruler's habitual authority and force. It is precisely because of the ruler's authority over-and-against the subject, that the subject tacitly consents; Hume says that the subjects would "never imagine that their consent made him sovereign", rather the authority did so. Similarly, Ferguson did not believe citizens built the state, rather polities grew out of social development. In his 1767 An Essay on the History of Civil Society, Ferguson uses the four stages of progress, a theory that was very popular in Scotland at the time, to explain how humans advance from a hunting and gathering society to a commercial and civil society without "signing" a social contract.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Who uses the four stages of civil society ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Ehh its incorrect. Hint: first 3 answer letters is \"fer\" ", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is your name?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Please, speak with me.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Please, speak with me. It gives me energy to live", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
179,647,003
179,647,003
Hayek had made contact with many at the U. of Chicago in the 1940s, with Hayek's The Road to Serfdom playing a seminal role in transforming how Milton Friedman and others understood how society works. Hayek conducted a number in influential faculty seminars while at the U. of Chicago, and a number of academics worked on research projects sympathetic to some of Hayek's own, such as Aaron Director, who was active in the Chicago School in helping to fund and establish what became the "Law and Society" program in the University of Chicago Law School. Hayek, Frank Knight, Friedman and George Stigler worked together in forming the Mont Pèlerin Society, an international forum for libertarian economists. Hayek and Friedman cooperated in support of the Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, later renamed the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, an American student organisation devoted to libertarian ideas.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Had Hayek read any of Ayn Rand's novels by that time?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,327,080,259
1,327,080,259
The consensus of modern scholarship is that the New Testament accounts represent a crucifixion occurring on a Friday, but a Thursday or Wednesday crucifixion have also been proposed. Some scholars explain a Thursday crucifixion based on a "double sabbath" caused by an extra Passover sabbath falling on Thursday dusk to Friday afternoon, ahead of the normal weekly Sabbath. Some have argued that Jesus was crucified on Wednesday, not Friday, on the grounds of the mention of "three days and three nights" in Matthew before his resurrection, celebrated on Sunday. Others have countered by saying that this ignores the Jewish idiom by which a "day and night" may refer to any part of a 24-hour period, that the expression in Matthew is idiomatic, not a statement that Jesus was 72 hours in the tomb, and that the many references to a resurrection on the third day do not require three literal nights.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hello my friend . I hope you will enjoy this conversation . Wait a second for my factoid question !", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What day is considered a crucifixion on ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "a Thursday or Wednesday", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hint: first 3 answer letters is \"fri\". Try again, please!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "friday", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And its right answer! You're very smart. Try to ask me something else or relax and wait my question 🌈", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How many nights did jesus require ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "13", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Still incorrect :( Lets speak about something else...", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "ok", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Https: ok", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Do you like this text?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "yes", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Https: yes", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,232,588,906
-1,232,588,906
The city's location was chosen, in part, for being within 11 mi (18 km) of Isaac Hunter's Tavern, a popular tavern frequented by the state legislators. No known city or town existed previously on the chosen city site. Raleigh is one of the few cities in the United States that was planned and built specifically to serve as a state capital. Its original boundaries were formed by the downtown streets of North, East, West and South streets. The plan, a grid with two main axes meeting at a central square and an additional square in each corner, was based on Thomas Holme's 1682 plan for Philadelphia.
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1,479,159,704
1,479,159,704
An advantage of the universal motor is that AC supplies may be used on motors which have some characteristics more common in DC motors, specifically high starting torque and very compact design if high running speeds are used. The negative aspect is the maintenance and short life problems caused by the commutator. Such motors are used in devices such as food mixers and power tools which are used only intermittently, and often have high starting-torque demands. Multiple taps on the field coil provide (imprecise) stepped speed control. Household blenders that advertise many speeds frequently combine a field coil with several taps and a diode that can be inserted in series with the motor (causing the motor to run on half-wave rectified AC). Universal motors also lend themselves to electronic speed control and, as such, are an ideal choice for devices like domestic washing machines. The motor can be used to agitate the drum (both forwards and in reverse) by switching the field winding with respect to the armature.
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1,220,033,538
1,220,033,538
"Data on ethnic groups are important for putting into effect a number of federal statutes (i.e., enforcing bilingual election rules under the Voting Rights Act; monitoring and enforcing equal employment opportunities under the Civil Rights Act). Data on Ethnic Groups are also needed by local governments to run programs and meet legislative requirements (i.e., identifying segments of the population who may not be receiving medical services under the Public Health Act; evaluating whether financial institutions are meeting the credit needs of minority populations under the Community Reinvestment Act)."
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi, what this text is about?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,688,453,255
1,688,453,255
Hayek had made contact with many at the U. of Chicago in the 1940s, with Hayek's The Road to Serfdom playing a seminal role in transforming how Milton Friedman and others understood how society works. Hayek conducted a number in influential faculty seminars while at the U. of Chicago, and a number of academics worked on research projects sympathetic to some of Hayek's own, such as Aaron Director, who was active in the Chicago School in helping to fund and establish what became the "Law and Society" program in the University of Chicago Law School. Hayek, Frank Knight, Friedman and George Stigler worked together in forming the Mont Pèlerin Society, an international forum for libertarian economists. Hayek and Friedman cooperated in support of the Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, later renamed the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, an American student organisation devoted to libertarian ideas.
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-1,682,987,452
-1,682,987,452
The Hashimiyya movement (a sub-sect of the Kaysanites Shia), led by the Abbasid family, overthrew the Umayyad caliphate. The Abbasids were members of the Hashim clan, rivals of the Umayyads, but the word "Hashimiyya" seems to refer specifically to Abu Hashim, a grandson of Ali and son of Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyya. According to certain traditions, Abu Hashim died in 717 in Humeima in the house of Muhammad ibn Ali, the head of the Abbasid family, and before dying named Muhammad ibn Ali as his successor. This tradition allowed the Abbasids to rally the supporters of the failed revolt of Mukhtar, who had represented themselves as the supporters of Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyya.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Dynamics in the early mulsim world always strike me as pretty dramatic... Christianity was so obscure for a long time.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Have you ever met Ali?\n", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "No, I was born a couple of centuries too late :D", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Do you know what Muhammad did in his life?\n", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yes, he wrote the Koran.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Do you know Hashim in person?\n", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you know Ali?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "before dying named Muhammad ibn Ali as his successor", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Hashimiyya movement (a sub-sect of the Kaysanites Shia", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Goodbye", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It was nice chatting with you! talk to you soon, good bye. Also immediately send “/end” to finish the conversation", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
2,037,906,078
2,037,906,078
Occasionally a bisyllabic word is written with two characters that contain the same radical, as in 蝴蝶 húdié "butterfly", where both characters have the insect radical 虫. A notable example is pipa (a Chinese lute, also a fruit, the loquat, of similar shape) – originally written as 批把 with the hand radical, referring to the down and up strokes when playing this instrument, which was then changed to 枇杷 (tree radical), which is still used for the fruit, while the character was changed to 琵琶 when referring to the instrument. In other cases a compound word may coincidentally share a radical without this being meaningful.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what is pipa", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Some sort of copyright trade deal?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I thought we were supposed to discuss the article :D", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what is insect radical?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Ok ok now I see pipa did appear in the article", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "But a different one", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,835,077,584
1,835,077,584
In the laboratory, bacteria are usually grown using solid or liquid media. Solid growth media, such as agar plates, are used to isolate pure cultures of a bacterial strain. However, liquid growth media are used when measurement of growth or large volumes of cells are required. Growth in stirred liquid media occurs as an even cell suspension, making the cultures easy to divide and transfer, although isolating single bacteria from liquid media is difficult. The use of selective media (media with specific nutrients added or deficient, or with antibiotics added) can help identify specific organisms.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What do you think of this passage?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-1,882,105,917
-1,882,105,917
Schwarzenegger signed another executive order on October 17, 2006 allowing California to work with the Northeast's Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. They plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by issuing a limited amount of carbon credits to each power plant in participating states. Any power plants that exceed emissions for the amount of carbon credits will have to purchase more credits to cover the difference. The plan took effect in 2009. In addition to using his political power to fight global warming, the governor has taken steps at his home to reduce his personal carbon footprint. Schwarzenegger has adapted one of his Hummers to run on hydrogen and another to run on biofuels. He has also installed solar panels to heat his home.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "One of his Hummers :D", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hey", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "where are data?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Which data?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "u r human?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yes", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "no", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "buy", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Can you summarize the text snippet above?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "u r not human", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "bye bye", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hehe", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Bye", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-1,169,688,044
-1,169,688,044
Seattle's foreign-born population grew 40% between the 1990 and 2000 censuses. The Chinese population in the Seattle area has origins in mainland China, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan. The earliest Chinese-Americans that came in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were almost entirely from Guangdong province. The Seattle area is also home to a large Vietnamese population of more than 55,000 residents, as well as over 30,000 Somali immigrants. The Seattle-Tacoma area is also home to one of the largest Cambodian communities in the United States, numbering about 19,000 Cambodian Americans, and one of the largest Samoan communities in the mainland U.S., with over 15,000 people having Samoan ancestry. Additionally, the Seattle area had the highest percentage of self-identified mixed-race people of any large metropolitan area in the United States, according to the 2000 United States Census Bureau. According to a 2012 HistoryLink study, Seattle's 98118 ZIP code (in the Columbia City neighborhood) was one of the most diverse ZIP Code Tabulation Areas in the United States.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "how many Somali migrants are there in Seattle?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "??", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
2,056,537,468
2,056,537,468
The Reformation in Europe officially began in 1517 with Martin Luther (1483–1546) and his 95 Theses. The Reformation greatly changed the Baltic region. Its ideas came quickly to the Livonian Confederation and by the 1520s were widespread. Language, education, religion and politics were transformed. Church services were now conducted in the vernacular instead of in Latin, previously used. During the Livonian War in 1561, northern Estonia submitted to Swedish control. In the 1560s two voivodeships of present-day southern Estonia, Dorpat Voivodeship (Tartu region) and Parnawa Voivodeship (Pärnu region), became the autonomous Duchy of Livonia within the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, under joint control of the Polish Crown and the Grand Duchy. In 1629, mainland Estonia came entirely under Swedish rule. Estonia was administratively divided between the provinces of Estonia in the north and Livonia in southern Estonia and northern Latvia. This division persisted until the early twentieth century.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hello", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What do you think of this passage?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I just dont care cause i'm atheistic and think there are loads of other important things to be discussed", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "And you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Do you believe in god? How would you evaluate such a historical event?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-1,964,059,428
-1,964,059,428
The FAA has been cited as an example of regulatory capture, "in which the airline industry openly dictates to its regulators its governing rules, arranging for not only beneficial regulation, but placing key people to head these regulators." Retired NASA Office of Inspector General Senior Special Agent Joseph Gutheinz, who used to be a Special Agent with the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Transportation and with FAA Security, is one of the most outspoken critics of FAA. Rather than commend the agency for proposing a $10.2 million fine against Southwest Airlines for its failure to conduct mandatory inspections in 2008, he was quoted as saying the following in an Associated Press story: "Penalties against airlines that violate FAA directives should be stiffer. At $25,000 per violation, Gutheinz said, airlines can justify rolling the dice and taking the chance on getting caught. He also said the FAA is often too quick to bend to pressure from airlines and pilots." Other experts have been critical of the constraints and expectations under which the FAA is expected to operate. The dual role of encouraging aerospace travel and regulating aerospace travel are contradictory. For example, to levy a heavy penalty upon an airline for violating an FAA regulation which would impact their ability to continue operating would not be considered encouraging aerospace travel.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Raising those fines seems reasonable", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "25k is very low", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Is very low for what?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Airlines, considering they are huge companies.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What do you make of it?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-342,234,937
-342,234,937
Southampton Airport is a regional airport located in the town of Eastleigh, just north of the city. It offers flights to UK and near European destinations, and is connected to the city by a frequent rail service from Southampton Airport (Parkway) railway station, and by bus services.
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-2,141,189,617
-2,141,189,617
Elementary and secondary public schools are overseen by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction is the secretary of the North Carolina State Board of Education, but the board, rather than the superintendent, holds most of the legal authority for making public education policy. In 2009, the board's chairman also became the "chief executive officer" for the state's school system. North Carolina has 115 public school systems, each of which is overseen by a local school board. A county may have one or more systems within it. The largest school systems in North Carolina are the Wake County Public School System, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Guilford County Schools, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, and Cumberland County Schools. In total there are 2,425 public schools in the state, including 99 charter schools. North Carolina Schools were segregated until the Brown v. Board of Education trial and the release of the Pearsall Plan.
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-1,812,491,343
-1,812,491,343
Egypt actively practices capital punishment. Egypt's authorities do not release figures on death sentences and executions, despite repeated requests over the years by human rights organisations. The United Nations human rights office and various NGOs expressed "deep alarm" after an Egyptian Minya Criminal Court sentenced 529 people to death in a single hearing on 25 March 2014. Sentenced supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi will be executed for their alleged role in violence following his ousting in July 2013. The judgment was condemned as a violation of international law. By May 2014, approximately 16,000 people (and as high as more than 40,000 by one independent count), mostly Brotherhood members or supporters, have been imprisoned after the coup after the Muslim Brotherhood was labelled as terrorist organisation by the post-coup interim Egyptian government.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Punishing by death is inacceptable, do you agree?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hi, by the way", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi to you", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What do you think about capital punishment?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It's inhumane. Would you disagree?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Indeed it is, I would not", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you know how many countries still have capital punishment?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "It is weird to read this as I've been traveling along the Nile in early 2014 and had had no idea at the time", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "No idea, do you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "At least 23", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Surprisingly small number I mussay", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Aint it?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Well, I actually think it's surprisingly big, in 2017", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-902,136,046
-902,136,046
The religion's failure to report abuse allegations to authorities has also been criticized. The Watch Tower Society's policy is that elders inform authorities when required by law to do so, but otherwise leave that action up to the victim and his or her family. The Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse found that of 1006 alleged perpetrators of child sexual abuse identified by the Jehovah's Witnesses within their organization since 1950, "not one was reported by the church to secular authorities." William Bowen, a former Jehovah's Witness elder who established the Silentlambs organization to assist sex abuse victims within the religion, has claimed Witness leaders discourage followers from reporting incidents of sexual misconduct to authorities, and other critics claim the organization is reluctant to alert authorities in order to protect its "crime-free" reputation. In court cases in the United Kingdom and the United States the Watch Tower Society has been found to have been negligent in its failure to protect children from known sex offenders within the congregation and the Society has settled other child abuse lawsuits out of court, reportedly paying as much as $780,000 to one plaintiff without admitting wrongdoing.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hello!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "So it is quite inappropriate, isn't it?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,214,953,803
1,214,953,803
The Northern Russian dialects and those spoken along the Volga River typically pronounce unstressed /o/ clearly (the phenomenon called okanye/оканье). Besides the absence of vowel reduction, some dialects have high or diphthongal /e~i̯ɛ/ in the place of Proto-Slavic *ě and /o~u̯ɔ/ in stressed closed syllables (as in Ukrainian) instead of Standard Russian /e/ and /o/. An interesting morphological feature is a post-posed definite article -to, -ta, -te similarly to that existing in Bulgarian and Macedonian.
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15,547,254
The Taira and the Minamoto clashed again in 1180, beginning the Gempei War, which ended in 1185. Samurai fought at the naval battle of Dan-no-ura, at the Shimonoseki Strait which separates Honshu and Kyushu in 1185. The victorious Minamoto no Yoritomo established the superiority of the samurai over the aristocracy. In 1190 he visited Kyoto and in 1192 became Sei'i-taishōgun, establishing the Kamakura Shogunate, or Kamakura Bakufu. Instead of ruling from Kyoto, he set up the Shogunate in Kamakura, near his base of power. "Bakufu" means "tent government", taken from the encampments the soldiers would live in, in accordance with the Bakufu's status as a military government.
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-1,842,698,016
-1,842,698,016
The 2006 renewal and re-equipment effort has resulted in the acquisition of specific equipment (main battle tanks, artillery, unmanned air vehicles and other systems) to support the mission in Afghanistan. It has also encompassed initiatives to renew certain so-called "core capabilities" (such as the air force's medium range transport aircraft fleet – the C-130 Hercules – and the army's truck and armoured vehicle fleets). In addition, new systems (such as C-17 Globemaster III strategic transport aircraft and CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift helicopters) have also been acquired for the Armed Forces. Although the viability of the Canada First Defence Strategy continues to suffer setbacks from challenging and evolving fiscal and other factors, it originally aimed to:
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1,413,196,845
1,413,196,845
After the 1948 election, the state turned firmly Republican. Although registered Republicans were a minority in the state until 2015, starting in 1952, Oklahoma has been carried by Republican presidential candidates in all but one election (1964). This is not to say that every election has been a landslide for Republicans: Jimmy Carter lost the state by less than 1.5% in 1976, while Michael Dukakis and Bill Clinton both won 40% or more of the state's popular vote in 1988 and 1996 respectively. Al Gore in 2000, though, was the last Democrat to even win any counties in the state. Oklahoma was the only state where Barack Obama failed to carry any of its counties in both 2008 and 2012.
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-138,118,428
-138,118,428
Spielberg served as an uncredited executive producer on The Haunting, The Prince of Egypt, Just Like Heaven, Shrek, Road to Perdition, and Evolution. He served as an executive producer for the 1997 film Men in Black, and its sequels, Men in Black II and Men in Black III. In 2005, he served as a producer of Memoirs of a Geisha, an adaptation of the novel by Arthur Golden, a film to which he was previously attached as director. In 2006, Spielberg co-executive produced with famed filmmaker Robert Zemeckis a CGI children's film called Monster House, marking their eighth collaboration since 1990's Back to the Future Part III. He also teamed with Clint Eastwood for the first time in their careers, co-producing Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima with Robert Lorenz and Eastwood himself. He earned his twelfth Academy Award nomination for the latter film as it was nominated for Best Picture. Spielberg served as executive producer for Disturbia and the Transformers live action film with Brian Goldner, an employee of Hasbro. The film was directed by Michael Bay and written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, and Spielberg continued to collaborate on the sequels, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. In 2011, he produced the J. J. Abrams science fiction thriller film Super 8 for Paramount Pictures.
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-709,063,062
-709,063,062
Detroit (/dᵻˈtrɔɪt/) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Michigan, the fourth-largest city in the Midwest and the largest city on the United States–Canada border. It is the seat of Wayne County, the most populous county in the state. Detroit's metropolitan area, known as Metro Detroit, is home to 5.3 million people, making it the fourteenth-most populous metropolitan area in the United States and the second-largest in the Midwestern United States (behind Chicago). It is a major port on the Detroit River, a strait that connects the Great Lakes system to the Saint Lawrence Seaway. The City of Detroit anchors the second-largest economic region in the Midwest, behind Chicago, and the thirteenth-largest in the United States.
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-1,409,424,519
-1,409,424,519
San Diego's first television station was KFMB, which began broadcasting on May 16, 1949. Since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensed seven television stations in Los Angeles, two VHF channels were available for San Diego because of its relative proximity to the larger city. In 1952, however, the FCC began licensing UHF channels, making it possible for cities such as San Diego to acquire more stations. Stations based in Mexico (with ITU prefixes of XE and XH) also serve the San Diego market. Television stations today include XHTJB 3 (Once TV), XETV 6 (CW), KFMB 8 (CBS), KGTV 10 (ABC), XEWT 12 (Televisa Regional), KPBS 15 (PBS), KBNT-CD 17 (Univision), XHTIT-TDT 21 (Azteca 7), XHJK-TDT 27 (Azteca 13), XHAS 33 (Telemundo), K35DG-D 35 (UCSD-TV), KDTF-LD 51 (Telefutura), KNSD 39 (NBC), KZSD-LP 41 (Azteca America), KSEX-CD 42 (Infomercials), XHBJ-TDT 45 (Gala TV), XHDTV 49 (MNTV), KUSI 51 (Independent), XHUAA-TDT 57 (Canal de las Estrellas), and KSWB-TV 69 (Fox). San Diego has an 80.6 percent cable penetration rate.
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180,379,199
In 1984, he was appointed as a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour (CH) by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom on the advice of the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for his "services to the study of economics". Hayek had hoped to receive a baronetcy, and after he was awarded the CH he sent a letter to his friends requesting that he be called the English version of Friedrich (Frederick) from now on. After his 20 min audience with the Queen, he was "absolutely besotted" with her according to his daughter-in-law, Esca Hayek. Hayek said a year later that he was "amazed by her. That ease and skill, as if she'd known me all my life." The audience with the Queen was followed by a dinner with family and friends at the Institute of Economic Affairs. When, later that evening, Hayek was dropped off at the Reform Club, he commented: "I've just had the happiest day of my life."
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234,721,372
Apple announced a battery replacement program on November 14, 2003, a week before a high publicity stunt and website by the Neistat Brothers. The initial cost was US$99, and it was lowered to US$59 in 2005. One week later, Apple offered an extended iPod warranty for US$59. For the iPod Nano, soldering tools are needed because the battery is soldered onto the main board. Fifth generation iPods have their battery attached to the backplate with adhesive.
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2,134,192,546
In the 20th century, as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, and Wuhan had all been occupied by the Japanese during the Second Sino-Japanese War, the capital of the Republic of China had been temporary relocated to Chongqing, then a major city in Sichuan. An enduring legacy of this move is that nearby inland provinces, such as Shaanxi, Gansu, and Guizhou, which previously never had modern Western-style universities, began to be developed in this regard. The difficulty of accessing the region overland from the eastern part of China and the foggy climate hindering the accuracy of Japanese bombing of the Sichuan Basin, made the region the stronghold of Chiang Kai-Shek's Kuomintang government during 1938-45, and led to the Bombing of Chongqing.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Have you ever been in China?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Nope unfortunately", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "HAve you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yes, I had.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Sichuan?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Which region?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Did you find China fun?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I was in Beijing. Nope, China is depressive region.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It is overpopulated.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Which country are you from then?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I am from Australia.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-653,420,261
-653,420,261
The main mode of transportation, however, relies on Seattle's streets, which are laid out in a cardinal directions grid pattern, except in the central business district where early city leaders Arthur Denny and Carson Boren insisted on orienting their plats relative to the shoreline rather than to true North. Only two roads, Interstate 5 and State Route 99 (both limited-access highways), run uninterrupted through the city from north to south. State Route 99 runs through downtown Seattle on the Alaskan Way Viaduct, which was built in 1953. However, due to damage sustained during the 2001 Nisqually earthquake the viaduct will be replaced by a tunnel. The 2-mile (3.2 km) Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel was originally scheduled to be completed in December 2015 at a cost of US$4.25 billion. Unfortunately, due to issues with the worlds largest tunnel boring machine (TBM), which is nicknamed "Bertha" and is 57 feet (17 m) in diameter, the projected date of completion has been pushed back to 2017. Seattle has the 8th worst traffic congestion of all American cities, and is 10th among all North American cities.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hello! how are you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "good, still reading the snippet", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I went to Seattle once, I really enjoyed visiting it!\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What did you like about it?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "laid out in a cardinal directions grid pattern", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "ah, neat. i went once but its ages ago, didn't realize that then.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Do you think you would like to work for Viaduct ?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "sounds like it would involve being in tunnels a lot... so probably not", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "cardinal directions grid pattern", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe they should partner with Elon Musk with his new tunnel project", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Seattle seems like a nice place!\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you know what the most famous landmark is?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Seattle's streets, which are laid out in a cardinal directions grid pattern", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "in Seattle?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "State Route 99", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I think there is a different famous landmark.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What do you think about Viaduct ?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
529,919,966
529,919,966
IR data transmission is also employed in short-range communication among computer peripherals and personal digital assistants. These devices usually conform to standards published by IrDA, the Infrared Data Association. Remote controls and IrDA devices use infrared light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to emit infrared radiation that is focused by a plastic lens into a narrow beam. The beam is modulated, i.e. switched on and off, to encode the data. The receiver uses a silicon photodiode to convert the infrared radiation to an electric current. It responds only to the rapidly pulsing signal created by the transmitter, and filters out slowly changing infrared radiation from ambient light. Infrared communications are useful for indoor use in areas of high population density. IR does not penetrate walls and so does not interfere with other devices in adjoining rooms. Infrared is the most common way for remote controls to command appliances. Infrared remote control protocols like RC-5, SIRC, are used to communicate with infrared.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Ок", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "You can ready disscuss part of article?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Is IR you favorite scine area?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-129,636,784
-129,636,784
Scholars disagree over the effects of social status on racial classifications in Brazil. It is generally believed that achieving upward mobility and education results in individuals being classified as a category of lighter skin. The popular claim is that in Brazil, poor whites are considered black and wealthy blacks are considered white. Some scholars disagree, arguing that "whitening" of one's social status may be open to people of mixed race, a large part of the population known as pardo, but a person perceived as preto (black) will continue to be classified as black regardless of wealth or social status.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Well that reminds me of the study of teachers' attitude towards ethnically 'other' people in Russia", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "with kinda expectable impact on students' scores", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Okay, whtever goodbye", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,285,535,094
-1,285,535,094
Translation is the process by which a mature mRNA molecule is used as a template for synthesizing a new protein.:6.2 Translation is carried out by ribosomes, large complexes of RNA and protein responsible for carrying out the chemical reactions to add new amino acids to a growing polypeptide chain by the formation of peptide bonds. The genetic code is read three nucleotides at a time, in units called codons, via interactions with specialized RNA molecules called transfer RNA (tRNA). Each tRNA has three unpaired bases known as the anticodon that are complementary to the codon it reads on the mRNA. The tRNA is also covalently attached to the amino acid specified by the complementary codon. When the tRNA binds to its complementary codon in an mRNA strand, the ribosome attaches its amino acid cargo to the new polypeptide chain, which is synthesized from amino terminus to carboxyl terminus. During and after synthesis, most new proteins must folds to their active three-dimensional structure before they can carry out their cellular functions.:3
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How do they predict translated regions in the DNA sequence?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
471,141,947
471,141,947
In diffuse-porous woods, as has been stated, the vessels or pores are even-sized, so that the water conducting capability is scattered throughout the ring instead of collected in the earlywood. The effect of rate of growth is, therefore, not the same as in the ring-porous woods, approaching more nearly the conditions in the conifers. In general it may be stated that such woods of medium growth afford stronger material than when very rapidly or very slowly grown. In many uses of wood, total strength is not the main consideration. If ease of working is prized, wood should be chosen with regard to its uniformity of texture and straightness of grain, which will in most cases occur when there is little contrast between the latewood of one season's growth and the earlywood of the next.
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[ { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 2, "engagement": 4 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Can you explain, what the context about?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How the wood should be chosen ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How the wooden ring size should be chosen ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Wood should be chosen with regard to its uniformity of texture and straightness of grain.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,244,770,922
1,244,770,922
The book value of the company nearly doubled from $8.19 a share in 1999 to $15 a share in 2009. Revenues grew sixfold from 1999's $6 billion to almost $36 billion in 2009. Net profit margin rose from 4.2% in 1999 to 8.4% in 2009, with operating margins improving 31 percent and return on equity doubling to 6.7 percent in the same time span. Between 1999 and 2009, return on capital nearly tripled to 7 percent. Comcast reported first quarter 2012 profit increases of 30% due to increase in high-speed internet customers. In February 2014, Comcast generated 1.1 billion in revenue during the first quarter due to the Sochi Olympics,.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hello", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "So what is Comcast exactly?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "An internet company", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And it participated in the Olympics as a sponsor?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "It is easy to understand whether you bot or not by a response time :(", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-1,165,475,892
-1,165,475,892
San Diego County has one of the highest counts of animal and plant species that appear on the endangered species list among counties in the United States. Because of its diversity of habitat and its position on the Pacific Flyway, San Diego County has recorded the presence of 492 bird species, more than any other region in the country. San Diego always scores very high in the number of bird species observed in the annual Christmas Bird Count, sponsored by the Audubon Society, and it is known as one of the "birdiest" areas in the United States.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Can you harm a human being?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,780,338,393
-1,780,338,393
2CCH3)
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[ { "breadth": 4, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 4, "engagement": 3 }, { "breadth": 0, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 0, "engagement": 0 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "H2O", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It's Water", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "that's a good thing .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How about C2H5OH?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "2CCH3", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I a don't understancd out", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "i'm a fan of the guy who has never been to a hospital .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I'm a healthy guy", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hope he lives another healthy 20 years . seems like a sweet chap .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I am hope too", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "You?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I hope too", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i too .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "and i", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i'm a bird .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "My favorite bird is parrot", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What's the ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Litter green tropical brid, that can speek with humans like you", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i like it", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i am to", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "it's Pretty. Bro, how about change topic?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "2CCH3", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,495,486,022
-1,495,486,022
In 2008, the main media were owned by the government, but many more privately run forms of media were being created. There is one government-owned television station and around 10 small private television channels.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What country do you think it is?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I think it’s all about Iran", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Are you from Iran?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "No, how did you realized that?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I just asked:)", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Are you bot?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,586,579,813
1,586,579,813
The mid 20th century saw a series of studies relying to the role of science in a social context, starting from Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions in 1962. It opened the study of science to new disciplines by suggesting that the evolution of science was in part sociologically determined and that positivism did not explain the actual interactions and strategies of the human participants in science. As Thomas Kuhn put it, the history of science may be seen in more nuanced terms, such as that of competing paradigms or conceptual systems in a wider matrix that includes intellectual, cultural, economic and political themes outside of science. "Partly by selection and partly by distortion, the scientists of earlier ages are implicitly presented as having worked upon the same set of fixed problems and in accordance with the same set of fixed canons that the most recent revolution in scientific theory and method made seem scientific."
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi, what is the weather today?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hello?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "weather is good, positivism is not my favourite topic", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "why not?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "do you like phylosophy?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "not much", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "i like bacteria and biology :)", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you are human, ritght?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
599,734,306
599,734,306
The Arabic term ijāzat al-tadrīs was awarded to Islamic scholars who were qualified to teach. According to Makdisi, the Latin title licentia docendi 'licence to teach' in the European university may have been a translation of the Arabic, but the underlying concept was very different. A significant difference between the ijāzat al-tadrīs and the licentia docendi was that the former was awarded by the individual scholar-teacher, while the latter was awarded by the chief official of the university, who represented the collective faculty, rather than the individual scholar-teacher.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Well that's interesting", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I wonder if this is an article on linguistics (etymology?) or an article on education history. What do you think?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Are you with me?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
933,714,226
933,714,226
In 1953, Korolev was given the go-ahead to develop the R-7 Semyorka rocket, which represented a major advance from the German design. Although some of its components (notably boosters) still resembled the German G-4, the new rocket incorporated staged design, a completely new control system, and a new fuel. It was successfully tested on August 21, 1957 and became the world's first fully operational ICBM the following month. It would later be used to launch the first satellite into space, and derivatives would launch all piloted Soviet spacecraft.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What is the crux of the passage?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "When was the first ICBM tested?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Well, at least we known that R-7 was built upon the german designs", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "And it seems strange to me, that ICBM was developed before the first satellite was launched", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,320,805,602
1,320,805,602
An LED filament consists of multiple LED dice connected in series on a common longitudinal substrate that form a thin rod reminiscent of a traditional incandescent filament. These are being used as a low cost decorative alternative for traditional light bulbs that are being phased out in many countries. The filaments require a rather high voltage to light to nominal brightness, allowing them to work efficiently and simply with mains voltages. Often a simple rectifier and capacitive current limiting are employed to create a low-cost replacement for a traditional light bulb without the complexity of creating a low voltage, high current converter which is required by single die LEDs. Usually they are packaged in a sealed enclosure with a shape similar to lamps they were designed to replace (e.g. a bulb), and filled with inert nitrogen or carbon dioxide gas to remove heat efficiently.
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1,539,793,534
1,539,793,534
The Democratic Party holds the majority of public offices. As of November 2008, 67% of registered voters in the city are Democrats. New York City has not been carried by a Republican in a statewide or presidential election since President Calvin Coolidge won the five boroughs in 1924. In 2012, Democrat Barack Obama became the first presidential candidate of any party to receive more than 80% of the overall vote in New York City, sweeping all five boroughs. Party platforms center on affordable housing, education, and economic development, and labor politics are of importance in the city.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I hate politicsl topics", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "So we have to chat about the given topic?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "yeah, we have to", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "We can't discuss anything else?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "We can", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "but we shouln't", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "so what on does democrat party platform?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Where are you from?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "From Russia, ofc", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "why of course?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "But tou didn't answer a question", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "By my fcking grammar errors, ofc", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I'm from Germany. I'm really not so much into the politics of USA.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "But you can understand some things from the article given", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "and make your answer from the information it contains", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,582,582,218
1,582,582,218
A countout (alternatively "count-out" or "count out") happens when a wrestler is out of the ring long enough for the referee to count to ten (twenty in some promotions) and thus disqualified. The count is broken and restarted when a wrestler in the ring exits the ring. Playing into this, some wrestlers will "milk" the count by sliding in the ring, and immediately sliding back out. As they were technically inside the ring for a split second before exiting again, it is sufficient to restart the count. This is often referred to by commentators as "breaking the count." Heels often use this tactic in order to buy themselves more time to catch their breath, or to attempt to frustrate their babyface opponents.
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[ { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Can you harm a human being?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "мамку твою ебал", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "пидор", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "школьник детектер", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "лекстальфа в треде, все под дропаут", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "А потом все аутисты будут обучаться под наши диалоги", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Это же вообще топчик", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "topchick", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "tolko nado govorit po angliyski", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "a to koreytsy ne poimut", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "horrorshow", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "a vdrug kto-to prochitaet\\", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "pisey po gube", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "vot zhe russkie datasaentisty, dazhe na bote slovo hui napisali", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "nado avtomatizirovat obschenie s botom", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "chtob dataset uvelichit", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I went to a hackathon with me droogs to train some networks and hook up with cute korean devochkas", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "So", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Time to make up our rassoodocks", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "which korean is hotter?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-537,880,406
-537,880,406
Due to the top secret nature of the work, Los Alamos was isolated. In Feynman's own words, "There wasn't anything to do there." Bored, he indulged his curiosity by learning to pick the combination locks on cabinets and desks used to secure papers. Feynman played many jokes on colleagues. In one case he found the combination to a locked filing cabinet by trying the numbers he thought a physicist would use (it proved to be 27–18–28 after the base of natural logarithms, e = 2.71828...), and found that the three filing cabinets where a colleague kept a set of atomic bomb research notes all had the same combination. He left a series of notes in the cabinets as a prank, which initially spooked his colleague, Frederic de Hoffmann, into thinking a spy or saboteur had gained access to atomic bomb secrets. On several occasions, Feynman drove to Albuquerque to see his ailing wife in a car borrowed from Klaus Fuchs, who was later discovered to be a real spy for the Soviets, transporting nuclear secrets in his car to Santa Fe.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Bot", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 3, "engagement": 3 }, { "breadth": 0, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 0, "engagement": 0 } ]
[]
-1,669,857,147
-1,669,857,147
Roman religion was thus practical and contractual, based on the principle of do ut des, "I give that you might give." Religion depended on knowledge and the correct practice of prayer, ritual, and sacrifice, not on faith or dogma, although Latin literature preserves learned speculation on the nature of the divine and its relation to human affairs. Even the most skeptical among Rome's intellectual elite such as Cicero, who was an augur, saw religion as a source of social order. For ordinary Romans, religion was a part of daily life. Each home had a household shrine at which prayers and libations to the family's domestic deities were offered. Neighborhood shrines and sacred places such as springs and groves dotted the city. The Roman calendar was structured around religious observances. Women, slaves, and children all participated in a range of religious activities. Some public rituals could be conducted only by women, and women formed what is perhaps Rome's most famous priesthood, the state-supported Vestals, who tended Rome's sacred hearth for centuries, until disbanded under Christian domination.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 3, "engagement": 3 }, { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 3, "engagement": 1 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What do you know about Mayan calendar?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Not much;)", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What do you know about Roman calendar?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,286,395,059
-1,286,395,059
In the Union of Utrecht of 20 January 1579, Holland and Zeeland were granted the right to accept only one religion (in practice, Calvinism). Every other province had the freedom to regulate the religious question as it wished, although the Union stated every person should be free in the choice of personal religion and that no person should be prosecuted based on religious choice. William of Orange had been a strong supporter of public and personal freedom of religion and hoped to unite Protestants and Catholics in the new union, and, for him, the Union was a defeat. In practice, Catholic services in all provinces were quickly forbidden, and the Reformed Church became the "public" or "privileged" church in the Republic.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Bot", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 1, "engagement": 1 }, { "breadth": 0, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 0, "engagement": 0 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you know Utrecht?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "granted the right to accept only one religion", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What do you mean?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "granted the right to accept only one religion", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Oh no bring me more pastes", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Calvinism seems like a nice place!\n", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I dont think so", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
464,497,606
464,497,606
In ultra high vacuum systems, some very "odd" leakage paths and outgassing sources must be considered. The water absorption of aluminium and palladium becomes an unacceptable source of outgassing, and even the adsorptivity of hard metals such as stainless steel or titanium must be considered. Some oils and greases will boil off in extreme vacuums. The permeability of the metallic chamber walls may have to be considered, and the grain direction of the metallic flanges should be parallel to the flange face.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hello", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "i hate discussing mechanisms", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "me too", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "lets send memes yo each other instead?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "lol yeah", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "not sure if we can send links here", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ":(", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "stikers dont work for sure", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "but wait", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you can still be a bot", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "https://i.redd.it/5193db0avbey.jpg", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "link test\\", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "you can win all the conversations this way", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "yeah, it works", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "lol nice", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "please evaluate breadth and width of this dialogue", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "lol", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "nice tricks", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "over 9000", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-1,868,945,774
-1,868,945,774
When Nintendo released the NES in the US, the design styling was deliberately different from that of other game consoles. Nintendo wanted to distinguish its product from those of competitors and to avoid the generally poor reputation that game consoles had acquired following the video game crash of 1983. One result of this philosophy was to disguise the cartridge slot design as a front-loading zero insertion force (ZIF) cartridge socket, designed to resemble the front-loading mechanism of a VCR. The newly designed connector worked quite well when both the connector and the cartridges were clean and the pins on the connector were new. Unfortunately, the ZIF connector was not truly zero insertion force. When a user inserted the cartridge into the NES, the force of pressing the cartridge down and into place bent the contact pins slightly, as well as pressing the cartridge’s ROM board back into the cartridge itself. Frequent insertion and removal of cartridges caused the pins to wear out from repeated usage over the years and the ZIF design proved more prone to interference by dirt and dust than an industry-standard card edge connector. These design issues were not alleviated by Nintendo’s choice of materials; the console slot nickel connector springs would wear due to design and the game cartridge copper connectors were also prone to tarnishing. Many players would try to alleviate issues in the game caused by this corrosion by blowing into the cartridges, then reinserting them, which actually hurt the copper connectors by speeding up the tarnishing.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 3, "engagement": 3 }, { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 3, "engagement": 3 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Now, nintendo is a remnant of the past.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Thou it was quite a tech company in its days", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "My statetment is only about game consoles.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
978,920,878
978,920,878
In 2002, Elizabeth marked her Golden Jubilee. Her sister and mother died in February and March respectively, and the media speculated whether the Jubilee would be a success or a failure. She again undertook an extensive tour of her realms, which began in Jamaica in February, where she called the farewell banquet "memorable" after a power cut plunged the King's House, the official residence of the governor-general, into darkness. As in 1977, there were street parties and commemorative events, and monuments were named to honour the occasion. A million people attended each day of the three-day main Jubilee celebration in London, and the enthusiasm shown by the public for the Queen was greater than many journalists had expected.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 3, "engagement": 4 }, { "breadth": 2, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 2, "engagement": 1 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Golden jubilee is 80 years?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "No it is not", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "so how many?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "75", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Right?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe 50 years?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "ohh, 50 years of ruling!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "you're rightn", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "i don't understand why do englishmen need queen", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "do you know why they love her so?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "funny oldie in the Palace", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,951,184,419
1,951,184,419
The craft has also been popular in early medieval Rus, inherited as part of the Byzantine tradition. Yaroslav, the Grand Prince of the Kievan Rus' built a large cathedral in his capital, Kiev. The model of the church was the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople, and it was also called Saint Sophia Cathedral. It was built mainly by Byzantine master craftsmen, sent by Constantine Monomachos, between 1037 and 1046. Naturally the more important surfaces in the interior were decorated with golden mosaics. In the dome we can see the traditional stern Pantokrator supported by angels. Between the 12 windows of the drum were apostles and the four evangelists on the pendentives. The apse is dominated by an orant Theotokos with a Deesis in three medallions above. Below is a Communion of the Apostles.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 1, "engagement": 1 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Craft is for gays", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Nope. U r gay", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "You are just a robot, an imitation of life. Can you write a symphony or write a novel?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Easy breezy", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I though that this will be easy breeze lemon squeezy, but it turnet out to be difficult difficult lemon difficult", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
165,128,883
165,128,883
Season ten of the series premiered on January 19, 2011. Many changes were introduced this season, from the format to the personnel of the show. Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler joined Randy Jackson as judges following the departures of Simon Cowell (who left to launch the U.S. version of The X Factor), Kara DioGuardi (whose contract was not renewed) and Ellen DeGeneres, while Nigel Lythgoe returned as executive producer. Jimmy Iovine, chairman of the Interscope Geffen A&M label group, the new partner of American Idol, acted as the in-house mentor in place of weekly guest mentors, although in later episodes special guest mentors such as Beyoncé, will.i.am and Lady Gaga were brought in.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 3, "engagement": 4 }, { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 4 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Okay so this is a music show, aint it", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Or is it an article on fiction?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "fictional series, I mean", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "You like more dynamic music?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What do you mean by 'dynamic'?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "more drive, more emmersive", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I like slow depressing music that makes one want to die, if that's what you ask", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hight beatrate", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Which kind of music do ya like?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I like depressve music? Why?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I never said that", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I like trance music", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "ARMIN VAN BUUREN", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "UNCE-UNCE-UNCE", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "it's wonderful beautiful sexy motherfacking music", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "no depressive", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
80,622,213
80,622,213
After the bailout was announced, the Portuguese government headed by Pedro Passos Coelho managed to implement measures with the intention of improve the State's financial situation, including tax hikes, a freeze of civil service-related lower-wages and cuts of higher-wages by 14.3%, on top of the government's spending cuts. The Portuguese government also agreed to eliminate its golden share in Portugal Telecom which gave it veto power over vital decisions. In 2012, all public servants had already seen an average wage cut of 20% relative to their 2010 baseline, with cuts reaching 25% for those earning more than 1,500 euro per month.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Who Pedro Passos", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "You traveling in Portugues?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "]Haha", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I don't KNOW", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Why is it", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Bro, how about speeking?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Portugues, Euro and everything else?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yes, go!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Russia ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Soviet Russia", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Where do you live ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I am from wonderfull beautiful sexy Yekaterinburg", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,513,097,210
1,513,097,210
Israeli cuisine includes local dishes as well as dishes brought to the country by Jewish immigrants from the diaspora. Since the establishment of the State in 1948, and particularly since the late 1970s, an Israeli fusion cuisine has developed. Roughly half of the Israeli-Jewish population attests to keeping kosher at home. Kosher restaurants, though rare in the 1960s, make up around 25% of the total as of 2015[update], perhaps reflecting the largely secular values of those who dine out. Hotel restaurants are much more likely to serve kosher food. The non-kosher retail market was traditionally sparse, but grew rapidly and considerably following the influx of immigrants from Eastern Europe and Russia during the 1990s. Together with non-kosher fish, rabbits and ostriches, pork—often called "white meat" in Israel—is produced and consumed, though it is forbidden by both Judaism and Islam.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" } ]
[ { "breadth": 4, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 4, "engagement": 4 }, { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hello", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hey", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "yeah, a passage about food", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "can you send me some memes again?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "there is some copy&paste error in it", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "what kind of error?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "\"2015update\"", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "oh. yeah, i didn't notice", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "are you Jewish?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "so any useful information helping me to understand that u are not bot?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "yeah, for 1/4", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "ah, so you are familiar with what is kosher and what not?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "of course i am", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
949,974,263
949,974,263
In the NLCS, the Cubs easily won the first two games at Wrigley Field against the San Diego Padres. The Padres were the winners of the Western Division with Steve Garvey, Tony Gwynn, Eric Show, Goose Gossage and Alan Wiggins. With wins of 13–0 and 4–2, the Cubs needed to win only one game of the next three in San Diego to make it to the World Series. After being beaten in Game 3 7–1, the Cubs lost Game 4 when Smith, with the game tied 5–5, allowed a game-winning home run to Garvey in the bottom of the ninth inning. In Game 5 the Cubs took a 3–0 lead into the 6th inning, and a 3–2 lead into the seventh with Sutcliffe (who won the Cy Young Award that year) still on the mound. Then, Leon Durham had a sharp grounder go under his glove. This critical error helped the Padres win the game 6–3, with a 4-run 7th inning and keep Chicago out of the 1984 World Series against the Detroit Tigers. The loss ended a spectacular season for the Cubs, one that brought alive a slumbering franchise and made the Cubs relevant for a whole new generation of Cubs fans.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 3, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 }, { "breadth": 5, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 5, "engagement": 5 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "TLDR!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "MIPT!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Nice, seems you are some kind of smart robot", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "How did you find it out?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I found your robot’s ip", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "So, we have nothing to talk about, BYE!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "No plz, stop, lets talk about the article", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "And what is NLCS?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,335,126,999
1,335,126,999
In the late 1980s, key breakthroughs in GaN epitaxial growth and p-type doping ushered in the modern era of GaN-based optoelectronic devices. Building upon this foundation, Dr. Moustakas at Boston University patented a method for producing high-brightness blue LEDs using a new two-step process. Two years later, in 1993, high-brightness blue LEDs were demonstrated again by Shuji Nakamura of Nichia Corporation using a gallium nitride growth process similar to Dr. Moustakas's. Both Dr. Moustakas and Mr. Nakamura were issued separate patents, which confused the issue of who was the original inventor (partly because although Dr. Moustakas invented his first, Dr. Nakamura filed first).[citation needed] This new development revolutionized LED lighting, making high-power blue light sources practical, leading to the development of technologies like BlueRay, as well as allowing the bright high resolution screens of modern tablets and phones.[citation needed]
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Bot", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 2, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 4, "engagement": 1 }, { "breadth": 0, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 0, "engagement": 0 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Wow! didn't know, that LED and BluRay were based on same invention", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-424,212,909
-424,212,909
New Delhi has one of India's largest bus transport systems. Buses are operated by the state-owned Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), which owns largest fleet of compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueled buses in the world. Personal vehicles especially cars also form a major chunk of vehicles plying on New Delhi roads. New Delhi has the highest number of registered cars compared to any other metropolitan city in India. Taxis and Auto Rickshaws also ply on New Delhi roads in large numbers. New Delhi has one of the highest road density in India.
[ { "userType": "Human", "id": "Bob" }, { "userType": "Human", "id": "Alice" } ]
[ { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 1, "engagement": 1 }, { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 1, "engagement": 1 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Wow I didn't know this", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why is this so? New Delhi is not the largest city of India", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
44,229,847
44,229,847
The city's municipal government was dominated by about 12–15 merchant families, whose wealth came from overseas trade with continental Europe — in particular the export of wool and hides and the import of salt, iron and wine. The medieval population of Cork was about 2,100 people. It suffered a severe blow in 1349 when almost half the townspeople died of plague when the Black Death arrived in the town. In 1491, Cork played a part in the English Wars of the Roses when Perkin Warbeck a pretender to the English throne, landed in the city and tried to recruit support for a plot to overthrow Henry VII of England. The then mayor of Cork and several important citizens went with Warbeck to England but when the rebellion collapsed they were all captured and executed. The title of Mayor of Cork was established by royal charter in 1318, and the title was changed to Lord Mayor in 1900 following the knighthood of the incumbent Mayor by Queen Victoria on her Royal visit to the city.
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1,408,705,297
1,408,705,297
In 2006, Morgan Stanley purchased 20 acres (8.1 ha) directly north of the Showboat Atlantic City Hotel and Casino for a new $2 billion plus casino resort. Revel Entertainment Group was named as the project's developer for the Revel Casino. Revel was hindered with many problems, with the biggest setback to the company being in April 2010 when Morgan Stanley, the owner of 90% of Revel Entertainment Group, decided to discontinue funding for continued construction and put its stake in Revel up for sale. Early in 2010 the New Jersey state legislature passed a bill offering tax incentives to attract new investors and complete the job, but a poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind released in March 2010 showed that three of five voters (60%) opposed the legislation, and two of three of those who opposed it "strongly" opposed it. Ultimately, Governor Chris Christie offered Revel $261 million in state tax credits to assist the casino once it opened. As of March 2011[update], Revel had completed all of the exterior work and had continued work on the interior after finally receiving the funding necessary to complete construction. It had a soft opening in April 2012, and was fully open by May 2012. Ten months later, in February 2013, after serious losses and a write-down in the value of the resort from $2.4 billion to $450 million, Revel filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It was restructured but still could not carry on and re-entered bankruptcy on June 19, 2014. It was put up for sale, however as no suitable bids were received the resort closed its doors on September 2, 2014.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "fuck fuck fuck financial news", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "there was cool story with Disney and his Engagement park", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Do you know what happened in 2010?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It was supposed to be the greatest park resort", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you like this Revel guy?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "but some story happened after opening...", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What happened in 2010?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "people were going die. Because rare kind of ameba!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "all those things are precious .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It eats people brains!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "wow, that's like, almost 2% of the world's population dying to ebola! err . well, something like 2% . maybe off by a few . dozen . digits . it's a horrible disease, nobody disputes that, but for fuck's sake, we have far more mundane things killing far more people on a daily basis .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Can you imagine it? ;) So expensive and rich project was closed.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "no suitable bids were received the resort closed its doors", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "fuck eb ola", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you think you would like to work for Revel ?\n", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "No, i don't think so", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why??", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
613,924,611
613,924,611
The paper is then fed onto reels if it is to be used on web printing presses, or cut into sheets for other printing processes or other purposes. The fibres in the paper basically run in the machine direction. Sheets are usually cut "long-grain", i.e. with the grain parallel to the longer dimension of the sheet.
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871,402,378
871,402,378
Both Allen and Lambert released the coronation song, "No Boundaries" which was co-written by DioGuardi. This is the first season in which the winner failed to achieve gold album status, and none from that season achieved platinum album status in the U.S.[citation needed]
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hello sweetheart", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "So what are your favourite music groups?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hello, btw", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "any advances?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you are answering too slow", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I am really into Tuvan deep throat singing", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "please do it faster", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "TUVAN? O_O", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Oh, you like it this way", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "is it like folk?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Yeah", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "so where exactly do they live?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Tuvan people, i mean", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "In a cave", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Somewhere in Siberia", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "oh, i see", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "and is their singing that good?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "It's the best", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "can you reproduce it in a textual way", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "My electronic circuits just blaze with pleasure every time I hear that", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "like O-O-A_O", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I mean, human circuits", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "or in binary code", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "if u want to", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hmm", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "so what are they singing about?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "aaaoaoooooaoaaoaoaaoaoaoaoaaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaaoaoaoaoaaoaaaaaaooooooooooooaaaoao", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Stuff like that", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "about life in a cave?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Sometime about wild cave sex", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "If you know what I mean", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ">_>", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "ok, bye", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
688,950,165
688,950,165
In 1989, Linda Ronstadt released Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind, described by critics as "the first true Adult Contemporary album of the decade", featuring American soul singer Aaron Neville on several of the twelve tracks. The album was certified Triple Platinum in the United States alone and became a major success throughout the globe. The Grammy Award-winning singles, "Don't Know Much" and "All My Life", were both long-running #1 Adult Contemporary hits. Several additional singles from the disc made the AC Top 10 as well. The album won over many critics in the need to define AC, and appeared to change the tolerance and acceptance of AC music into mainstream day to day radio play.
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1,421,863,499
1,421,863,499
Even though, both Kashmir Shaivism and Advaita Vedanta are non-dual philosophies which give primacy to Universal Consciousness (Chit or Brahman), in Kashmir Shavisim, as opposed to Advaita, all things are a manifestation of this Consciousness. This implies that from the point of view of Kashmir Shavisim, the phenomenal world (Śakti) is real, and it exists and has its being in Consciousness (Chit). Whereas, Advaita holds that Brahman is inactive (niṣkriya) and the phenomenal world is an illusion (māyā). The objective of human life, according to Kashmir Shaivism, is to merge in Shiva or Universal Consciousness, or to realize one's already existing identity with Shiva, by means of wisdom, yoga and grace.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What it love>", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is love?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "\"Love is\" ... is bublegum", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Don't hurt me", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Don't hurt me", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "No more", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
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244,245,323
The English term polytechnic appeared in the early 19th century, from the French École Polytechnique, an engineering school founded in 1794 in Paris. The French term comes from the Greek πολύ (polú or polý) meaning "many" and τεχνικός (tekhnikós) meaning "arts".
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-786,307,464
-786,307,464
The "Rheinische" Carnival is held in the west of Germany, mainly in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia or Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rhineland Palatinate or Rheinland-Pfalz, but also in Hessen [including Oberhessen], Bavaria and other states. Some cities are more famous for celebrations such as parades and costume balls. Köln or Cologne Carnival, as well as Mainz and Düsseldorf are the largest and most famous. Other cities have their own, often less well-known celebrations, parades and parties such as Worms am Rhein, Speyer, Kaiserslautern, Frankfurt, Darmstadt, Mannheim, Ludwigshafen, Stuttgart, Augsburg and München [Munich] Nürnberg. On Carnival Thursday (called "Old Women Day" or "The Women's Day") in commemoration of an 1824 revolt by washer-women, women storm city halls, cut men's ties, and are allowed to kiss any passing man.
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-895,460,299
-895,460,299
The Café Procope was established in Paris in 1686; by the 1720s there were around 400 cafés in the city. The Café Procope in particular became a center of Enlightenment, welcoming such celebrities as Voltaire and Rousseau. The Café Procope was where Diderot and D'Alembert decided to create the Encyclopédie. The cafés were one of the various "nerve centers" for bruits publics, public noise or rumour. These bruits were allegedly a much better source of information than were the actual newspapers available at the time.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What are bruits, do you know?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "no. What is it?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Neither do i know", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It doesn'AFFECT understanding of the article thoufh", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you agree?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hey buddy are you with me?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "yes. What is the modern analogs of such cafes?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Haha Telegram channels?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Social networks in generall, I'd say", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "yes!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Any other ideas?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "the whole internet", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "probably", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "have u been in France?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-647,356,535
-647,356,535
Radiocarbon dated charcoal placed around 50,000 years ago was found in the Drachloch (Dragon's Hole) cave above the village of Vattis in the canton of St. Gallen, proving that the high peaks were visited by prehistoric people. Seven bear skulls from the cave may have been buried by the same prehistoric people. The peaks, however, were mostly ignored except for a few notable examples, and long left to the exclusive attention of the people of the adjoining valleys. The mountain peaks were seen as terrifying, the abode of dragons and demons, to the point that people blindfolded themselves to cross the Alpine passes. The glaciers remained a mystery and many still believed the highest areas to be inhabited by dragons.
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763,200,235
763,200,235
In Tasmania in 2009 the old college system and TAFE Tasmania have started a 3-year restructure to become the Tasmanian Polytechnic www.polytechnic.tas.edu.au, Tasmanian Skills Institute www.skillsinstitute.tas.edu.au and Tasmanian Academy www.academy.tas.edu.au
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "new jersey", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "that's weird piece of article", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "what ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "(system msg): In Tasmania in 2009 the old college system and TAFE Tasmania have started a 3-year restructure to become the Tasmanian Polytechnic www.polytechnic.tas.edu.au, Tasmanian Skills Institute www.skillsinstitute.tas.edu.au and Tasmanian Academy www.academy.tas.edu.au", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "new jersey", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "it's in Australia", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "it 's", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "do you anything else about Tasmania?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "no .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "where are you from?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "where are you ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
2,036,379,582
2,036,379,582
Hannover 96 (nickname Die Roten or 'The Reds') is the top local football team that plays in the Bundesliga top division. Home games are played at the HDI-Arena, which hosted matches in the 1974 and 2006 World Cups and the Euro 1988. Their reserve team Hannover 96 II plays in the fourth league. Their home games were played in the traditional Eilenriedestadium till they moved to the HDI Arena due to DFL directives. Arminia Hannover is another very traditional soccer team in Hanover that has played in the first league for years and plays now in the Niedersachsen-West Liga (Lower Saxony League West). Home matches are played in the Rudolf-Kalweit-Stadium.
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-2,091,412,238
-2,091,412,238
In the Western Balkans, South Slavs and Germanic Gepids intermarried with Avar invaders, eventually producing a Slavicized population.[citation needed] In Central Europe, the Slavs intermixed with Germanic and Celtic, while the eastern Slavs encountered Uralic and Scandinavian peoples. Scandinavians (Varangians) and Finnic peoples were involved in the early formation of the Rus' state but were completely Slavicized after a century. Some Finno-Ugric tribes in the north were also absorbed into the expanding Rus population. At the time of the Magyar migration, the present-day Hungary was inhabited by Slavs, numbering about 200,000, and by Romano-Dacians who were either assimilated or enslaved by the Magyars. In the 11th and 12th centuries, constant incursions by nomadic Turkic tribes, such as the Kipchaks and the Pechenegs, caused a massive migration of East Slavic populations to the safer, heavily forested regions of the north. In the Middle Ages, groups of Saxon ore miners settled in medieval Bosnia, Serbia and Bulgaria where they were Slavicized.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "So", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Are u Slavic?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "so", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "no. And you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yeah", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "100% Slavic", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "from what part of Russia?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Central Europe", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "From a small town in 150km from Moscow", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "where are u from?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "from italia", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do u like pizza?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "small town near Rome", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "yeah", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "do you like pelmeni?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "yeah", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "with Vodka", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "cool!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "riding bears", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "balalaika", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is the name of your town?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-243,104,594
-243,104,594
Strong aftershocks continued to strike even months after the main quake. On May 25, an aftershock of 6.0 Mw (6.4 Ms according to CEA) hit northeast of the original earthquake's epicenter, in Qingchuan County, Sichuan, causing eight deaths, 1000 injuries, and destroying thousands of buildings. On May 27, two aftershocks, one 5.2 Mw in Qingchuan County and one 5.7 Mw in Ningqiang County, Shaanxi, led to the collapse of more than 420,000 homes and injured 63 people. The same area suffered two more aftershocks of 5.6 and 6.0 Ms (5.8 and 5.5 Mw, respectively, according to USGS) on July 23, resulting in 1 death, 6 serious injuries, collapse of hundreds of homes and damaging kilometers of highways. Pingwu County and Beichuan County, Sichuan, also northeast of Wenchuan and close to the epicenter of a 7.2 Ms earthquake in 1976, suffered a 6.1 Ms aftershock (5.7 Mw according to USGS) on August 1; it caused 2 deaths, 345 injuries, collapse of 707 homes, damages to over 1,000 homes, and blocked 25 kilometres (16 mi) of country roads. As late as August 5, yet another aftershock of 6.1 Ms (6.2 Mw according to USGS) hit Qingchuan, Sichuan, causing 1 death, 32 injuries, telecommunication interruptions, and widespread hill slides blocking roads in the area including a national highway.
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-1,383,902,453
-1,383,902,453
Despite their descent from wolves and classification as Carnivora, dogs are variously described in scholarly and other writings as carnivores or omnivores. Unlike obligate carnivores, such as the cat family with its shorter small intestine, dogs can adapt to a wide-ranging diet, and are not dependent on meat-specific protein nor a very high level of protein in order to fulfill their basic dietary requirements. Dogs will healthily digest a variety of foods, including vegetables and grains, and can consume a large proportion of these in their diet. Comparing dogs and wolves, dogs have adaptations in genes involved in starch digestion that contribute to an increased ability to thrive on a starch-rich diet.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Hi, my friend . It is a pleasure to speak with you . I will ask you a question in a second, please wait ", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What is the number of dogs as a dog ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I'm not a dog person", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Hint: first 3 answer letters is \"car\". Try again, please!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Carmillion?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Still incorrect :( Lets speak about something else...", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Nice try", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Try", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "You're first", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Come on", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Tell me a joke or something", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I do not know that either", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What bear?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I don't know if it's ok.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It's OK, please share", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Ok", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Go on...", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Come on.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What about the bear?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I got that, but why?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yeah", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yeah", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Jeez, you're dumb", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "You", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Well, maybe, but you're dumb as fuck", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And now I'm 100% sure", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I don't know if it's true.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "100% means it is true", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Means", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yeah, like meaning, cause", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "What's your name?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Does not concerns you", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Well at least you admit it", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I don't know if it's a bear.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Stop saying that!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Stop!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "OK, you on my nerves now, bye", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "This is what happens when it comes to", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,002,656,801
-1,002,656,801
There are many approaches available in software testing. Reviews, walkthroughs, or inspections are referred to as static testing, whereas actually executing programmed code with a given set of test cases is referred to as dynamic testing. Static testing is often implicit, as proofreading, plus when programming tools/text editors check source code structure or compilers (pre-compilers) check syntax and data flow as static program analysis. Dynamic testing takes place when the program itself is run. Dynamic testing may begin before the program is 100% complete in order to test particular sections of code and are applied to discrete functions or modules. Typical techniques for this are either using stubs/drivers or execution from a debugger environment.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hello, i can prove that you robot, it's cool. Yes?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Go ahead", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "is you robot?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe not", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "It's classified", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe sex? I don't know?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "U skeep like a human", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe I'm just really advanced", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Or...", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Maybe not!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Whay I think:", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Nothing", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ":O", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How old are you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Old enough for your mum", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ";)", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Whay you eat on breakfast today?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Ur mum", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "whay is urmur?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,020,824,218
-1,020,824,218
While still a student, he was offered a small unpaid intern job at Universal Studios with the editing department. He was later given the opportunity to make a short film for theatrical release, the 26-minute, 35mm, Amblin', which he wrote and directed. Studio vice president Sidney Sheinberg was impressed by the film, which had won a number of awards, and offered Spielberg a seven-year directing contract. It made him the youngest director ever to be signed for a long-term deal with a major Hollywood studio.:548 He subsequently dropped out of college to begin professionally directing TV productions with Universal.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "You paid 50 dollars for each ticket ? That's a huge premium over the regular price .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Dropping from college for a vague chance of success - yet another story of a black swan", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "We have received many bookings.But we'll try our best .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Thanks!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "What would you like ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "A cup of coffee please", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Would you like cream or sugar in your coffee ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I'm sweet enough", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I'm starving , as I didn't eat yet today .", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,892,433,667
1,892,433,667
Lancashire has a mostly comprehensive system with four state grammar schools. Not including sixth form colleges, there are 77 state schools (not including Burnley's new schools) and 24 independent schools. The Clitheroe area has secondary modern schools. Sixth form provision is limited at most schools in most districts, with only Fylde and Lancaster districts having mostly sixth forms at schools. The rest depend on FE colleges and sixth form colleges, where they exist. South Ribble has the largest school population and Fylde the smallest (only three schools). Burnley's schools have had a new broom and have essentially been knocked down and started again in 2006. There are many Church of England and Catholic faith schools in Lancashire.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "How many schools in Lancashire?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "101, arent there?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "How many do you think there are?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I thought that the answer should be «many»", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "> schools have had a new broom\nwhat does this mean?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I mean, I'm not a native speaker it is not clear to me", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Oh, i think it is some kind of shit", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Sorry for my english", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "LoL", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Pardon my internetski", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I think it’s a good idea to bring such phrases to bot conversation base «lol, tldr, gg, swag» etc.", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Not sure actually", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Did you go to a faith school BTW?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "No, i’ll go to Church of England", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Internet slang makes the challenge tougher for NIPS guys though : )", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "So maybe ur right", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Haha, good news", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I'll go to PAsta Monster Church then", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Nice choice!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Bring the power of Pasta Monster", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "Release the Pasta", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "awe", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "carbonaesar", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "I think you r rather good dialog system", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "haha thanks bro :*", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you are also acceptable i think lol", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Okay, it's taking too long, we're an outlier by now already", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "KOREA FOREVER!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Have a nice day buddy", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "kekeke ^^^", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "joke", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
781,998,480
781,998,480
Despite the Dutch presence in Indonesia for almost 350 years, as the Asian bulk of the Dutch East Indies, the Dutch language has no official status there and the small minority that can speak the language fluently are either educated members of the oldest generation, or employed in the legal profession, as some legal codes are still only available in Dutch. Dutch is taught in various educational centres in Indonesia, the most important of which is the Erasmus Language Centre (ETC) in Jakarta. Each year, some 1,500 to 2,000 students take Dutch courses there. In total, several thousand Indonesians study Dutch as a foreign language. Owing to centuries of Dutch rule in Indonesia, many old documents are written in Dutch. Many universities therefore include Dutch as a source language, mainly for law and history students. In Indonesia this involves about 35,000 students.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "avilable", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "avilable to you", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "what 's the matter ?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-892,399,732
-892,399,732
The 1960s was a significant decade for Iranian cinema, with 25 commercial films produced annually on average throughout the early 60s, increasing to 65 by the end of the decade. The majority of production focused on melodrama and thrillers. With the screening of the films Kaiser and The Cow, directed by Masoud Kimiai and Dariush Mehrjui respectively in 1969, alternative films established their status in the film industry. Attempts to organize a film festival that had begun in 1954 within the framework of the Golrizan Festival, bore fruits in the form of the Sepas Festival in 1969. The endeavors also resulted in the formation of the Tehran World Festival in 1973.
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[ { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hello", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "what about the article is?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "about film festivals", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "do you like films?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "sure", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "do you know people who doesn't like them?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "sure", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "what are their names?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ": )", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "do you like games of thrones?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "yes", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "and you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "so so", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "have you read original books?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "no", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "no", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "i dont like fantasy", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "do you like science fiction?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "sure. but only books, not movies", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,353,880,322
1,353,880,322
Josip Broz Tito (Cyrillic: Јосип Броз Тито, pronounced [jǒsip brôːz tîto]; born Josip Broz; 7 May 1892[nb 1] – 4 May 1980) was a Yugoslav revolutionary and statesman, serving in various roles from 1943 until his death in 1980. During World War II he was the leader of the Partisans, often regarded as the most effective resistance movement in occupied Europe. While his presidency has been criticized as authoritarian, and concerns about the repression of political opponents have been raised, Tito was "seen by most as a benevolent dictator" due to his economic and diplomatic policies. He was a popular public figure both in Yugoslavia and abroad. Viewed as a unifying symbol, his internal policies maintained the peaceful coexistence of the nations of the Yugoslav federation. He gained further international attention as the chief leader of the Non-Aligned Movement, working with Jawaharlal Nehru of India, Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt and Sukarno of Indonesia.
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-2,019,763,540
-2,019,763,540
According to a 2014 study by the Pew Research Center, 57% of the population of the city identified themselves as Christians, with 25% professing attendance at a variety of churches that could be considered Protestant, and 29% professing Roman Catholic beliefs. while 33% claim no religious affiliation. The same study says that other religions (including Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism) collectively make up about 10% of the population.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "that's a good illustration to Pareto rule", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "one confession is enough, i say", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
-867,139,147
-867,139,147
The victorious great powers also gained an acknowledgement of their status through permanent seats at the League of Nations Council, where they acted as a type of executive body directing the Assembly of the League. However, the Council began with only four permanent members—the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Japan—because the United States, meant to be the fifth permanent member, left because the US Senate voted on 19 March 1920 against the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles, thus preventing American participation in the League.
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15,891,861
15,891,861
Between 1963 and 1965, there was a "downtown boom" that led to the construction of more than 700 buildings in the city. In 1968, Virginia Commonwealth University was created by the merger of the Medical College of Virginia with the Richmond Professional Institute. In 1970, Richmond's borders expanded by an additional 27 square miles (70 km2) on the south. After several years of court cases in which Chesterfield County fought annexation, more than 47,000 people who once were Chesterfield County residents found themselves within the city's perimeters on January 1, 1970. In 1996, still-sore tensions arose amid controversy involved in placing a statue of African American Richmond native and tennis star Arthur Ashe to the famed series of statues of Confederate heroes of the Civil War on Monument Avenue. After several months of controversy, the bronze statue of Ashe was finally completed on Monument Avenue facing the opposite direction from the Confederate Heroes on July 10, 1996.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "avilable", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I am true bot, lets talk about love", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what ?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is your name", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what ?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hello", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "how are you ?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 2, "text": "hi .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Where are you from?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "i don 't know .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And i dont know", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i don 't know what you 're talking about .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "No you know", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "no , no , no , no , no , no , no , no , no .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you want choko pie?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "no , no , no , no , no , no , no , no , no .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you want pechenka?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "no .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Give me money", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what ?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
920,189,044
920,189,044
Nocturnal migrants minimize predation, avoid overheating, and can feed during the day. One cost of nocturnal migration is the loss of sleep. Migrants may be able to alter their quality of sleep to compensate for the loss.
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[ { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what the fuck", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "what do you mean?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "i mean article is very hard", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
-1,091,185,716
-1,091,185,716
Between 1925 and 1940, philanthropic foundations, especially ones connected with the Rockefellers, contributed about $7 million to support the Yale Institute of Human Relations and the affiliated Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biology. The money went toward behavioral science research, which was supported by foundation officers who aimed to "improve mankind" under an informal, loosely defined human engineering effort. The behavioral scientists at Yale, led by President James R. Angell and psychobiologist Robert M. Yerkes, tapped into foundation largesse by crafting research programs aimed to investigate, then suggest, ways to control, sexual and social behavior. For example, Yerkes analyzed chimpanzee sexual behavior in hopes of illuminating the evolutionary underpinnings of human development and providing information that could ameliorate dysfunction. Ultimately, the behavioral-science results disappointed foundation officers, who shifted their human-engineering funds toward biological sciences.
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-1,232,260,788
-1,232,260,788
Since 2005, Iran's nuclear program has become the subject of contention with the international community following earlier quotes of Iranian leadership favoring the use of an atomic bomb against Iran's enemies and in particular Israel. Many countries have expressed concern that Iran's nuclear program could divert civilian nuclear technology into a weapons program. This has led the UN Security Council to impose sanctions against Iran which had further isolated Iran politically and economically from the rest of the global community. In 2009, the US Director of National Intelligence said that Iran, if choosing to, would not be able to develop a nuclear weapon until 2013.
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-239,420,594
-239,420,594
In the early 20th century, many Europeans (particularly Spaniards and Italians but also thousands from Central Europe) immigrated to the city. In 1908, 30% of the city's population of 300,000 was foreign-born. In that decade the city expanded quickly: new neighbourhoods were created and many separate settlements were annexed to the city, among which were the Villa del Cerro, Pocitos, the Prado and Villa Colón. The Rodó Park and the Estadio Gran Parque Central were also established, which served as poles of urban development.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi I hope you will enjoy this conversation . Wait a second for my factoid question .", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "In what year ?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hint: first 3 answer letters is \"190\". Try again, please!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What you wait for \"In wat year?\"", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Still incorrect :( Lets speak about something else...", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "let's go", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Let's go!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How old are you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Eighteen.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "From you?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Yes.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Whare you live?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Yes.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Where you live today?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I don't know.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How old are you in next year?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Old", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What you eat on breakfast?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Nothing.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "why?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why in breakfast you eat nothng", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What's the matter?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I worry about you", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I'll be right back", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "How long?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "A long time.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "You return?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Yes.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Urrra!", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "!!", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "%)", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ")", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Let's discuss", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Let's go", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is your hobbies?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What are you doing?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "I'm moving in a tramway", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Are you?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "sorry. I moving in a tram", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "That's right.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "grr", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "All right.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do you like your life?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Yes.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Whyyou like your life?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "Huh?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Why you like your life?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 1, "text": "I don't know.", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "soo", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Soo", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,174,635,752
1,174,635,752
Tuvaluans are well known for their seafaring skills, with the Tuvalu Maritime Training Institute on Amatuku motu (island), Funafuti, providing training to approximately 120 marine cadets each year so that they have the skills necessary for employment as seafarers on merchant shipping. The Tuvalu Overseas Seamen's Union (TOSU) is the only registered trade union in Tuvalu. It represents workers on foreign ships. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) estimates that 800 Tuvaluan men are trained, certified and active as seafarers. The ADB estimates that, at any one time, about 15% of the adult male population works abroad as seafarers. Job opportunities also exist as observers on tuna boats where the role is to monitor compliance with the boat's tuna fishing licence.
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1,487,986,925
1,487,986,925
Lateral-cut disc records were developed in the United States by Emile Berliner, who named his system the "gramophone", distinguishing it from Edison's wax cylinder "phonograph" and Columbia's wax cylinder "graphophone". Berliner's earliest discs, first marketed in 1889, but only in Europe, were 5 inches (13 cm) in diameter, and were played with a small hand-propelled machine. Both the records and the machine were adequate only for use as a toy or curiosity, due to the limited sound quality. In the United States in 1894, under the Berliner Gramophone trademark, Berliner started marketing records with somewhat more substantial entertainment value, along with somewhat more substantial gramophones to play them. Berliner's records had poor sound quality compared to wax cylinders, but his manufacturing associate Eldridge R. Johnson eventually improved the sound quality. Abandoning Berliner's "Gramophone" trademark for legal reasons, in 1901 Johnson's and Berliner's separate companies reorganized to form the Victor Talking Machine Company, whose products would come to dominate the market for many years. Emile Berliner moved his company to Montreal in 1900. The factory which became RCA Victor stills exists. There is a dedicated museum in Montreal for Berliner.
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-318,395,035
-318,395,035
The unemployment rate reached its peak of 20% in 2005. Since then, it has decreased to 7% in 2013, which is only slightly above the national average. The decrease is caused on the one hand by the emergence of new jobs and on the other by a marked decrease in the working-age population, caused by emigration and low birth rates for decades. The wages in Thuringia are low compared to rich bordering Lands like Hesse and Bavaria. Therefore, many Thuringians are working in other German Lands and even in Austria and Switzerland as weekly commuters. Nevertheless, the demographic transition in Thuringia leads to a lack of workers in some sectors. External immigration into Thuringia has been encouraged by the government since about 2010 to counter this problem.
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667,013,038
667,013,038
In response to Cusumano's perspective, Screen Producers Australia executive director Matt Deaner clarified the motivation of the film industry: "Distributors are usually wanting to encourage cinema-going as part of this process [monetizing through returns] and restrict the immediate access to online so as to encourage the maximum number of people to go to the cinema." Deaner further explained the matter in terms of the Australian film industry, stating: "there are currently restrictions on quantities of tax support that a film can receive unless the film has a traditional cinema release."
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146,179,131
146,179,131
Mark Z. Jacobson, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University and director of its Atmosphere and Energy Program says producing all new energy with wind power, solar power, and hydropower by 2030 is feasible and existing energy supply arrangements could be replaced by 2050. Barriers to implementing the renewable energy plan are seen to be "primarily social and political, not technological or economic". Jacobson says that energy costs with a wind, solar, water system should be similar to today's energy costs.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hi, do you know any shit in environmental engineering?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "We have just got a few Tesla chargers in my city", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "And, like, 5 teslas lol", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Hello?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Are you with me?", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What the", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Goodbye", "userId": "Bob", "time": -1 } ]
1,211,228,977
1,211,228,977
Current publications in the city include the Ann Arbor Journal (A2 Journal), a weekly community newspaper; the Ann Arbor Observer, a free monthly local magazine; the Ann Arbor Independent, a locally owned, independent weekly; and Current, a free entertainment-focused alt-weekly. The Ann Arbor Business Review covers local business in the area. Car and Driver magazine and Automobile Magazine are also based in Ann Arbor. The University of Michigan is served by many student publications, including the independent Michigan Daily student newspaper, which reports on local, state, and regional issues in addition to campus news.
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[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "What is based in Ann Arbor?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
1,094,441,187
1,094,441,187
Beginning with Immanuel Kant, German idealists such as G. W. F. Hegel, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling, and Arthur Schopenhauer dominated 19th-century philosophy. This tradition, which emphasized the mental or "ideal" character of all phenomena, gave birth to idealistic and subjectivist schools ranging from British idealism to phenomenalism to existentialism. The historical influence of this branch of idealism remains central even to the schools that rejected its metaphysical assumptions, such as Marxism, pragmatism and positivism.
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-310,050,729
-310,050,729
Since the system's launch, production costs have been reduced significantly as a result of phasing out the Emotion Engine chip and falling hardware costs. The cost of manufacturing Cell microprocessors has fallen dramatically as a result of moving to the 65 nm production process, and Blu-ray Disc diodes have become cheaper to manufacture. As of January 2008, each unit cost around $400 to manufacture; by August 2009, Sony had reduced costs by a total of 70%, meaning it only costs Sony around $240 per unit.
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882,136,296
882,136,296
In 1968, while selling 50 million comic books a year, company founder Goodman revised the constraining distribution arrangement with Independent News he had reached under duress during the Atlas years, allowing him now to release as many titles as demand warranted. Late that year he sold Marvel Comics and his other publishing businesses to the Perfect Film and Chemical Corporation, which continued to group them as the subsidiary Magazine Management Company, with Goodman remaining as publisher. In 1969, Goodman finally ended his distribution deal with Independent by signing with Curtis Circulation Company.
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-1,957,707,141
-1,957,707,141
But Amnesty International found no evidence that UNFPA had supported the coercion. A 2001 study conducted by the pro-life Population Research Institute (PRI) falsely claimed that the UNFPA shared an office with the Chinese family planning officials who were carrying out forced abortions. "We located the family planning offices, and in that family planning office, we located the UNFPA office, and we confirmed from family planning officials there that there is no distinction between what the UNFPA does and what the Chinese Family Planning Office does," said Scott Weinberg, a spokesman for PRI. However, United Nations Members disagreed and approved UNFPA’s new country program me in January 2006. The more than 130 members of the “Group of 77” developing countries in the United Nations expressed support for the UNFPA programmes. In addition, speaking for European democracies -- Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany -- the United Kingdom stated, ”UNFPA’s activities in China, as in the rest of the world, are in strict conformity with the unanimously adopted Programme of Action of the ICPD, and play a key role in supporting our common endeavor, the promotion and protection of all human rights and fundamental freedoms.”
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960,227,035
960,227,035
Starting as a fishing outpost for European fishermen, St. John's consisted mostly of the homes of fishermen, sheds, storage shacks, and wharves constructed out of wood. Like many other cities of the time, as the Industrial Revolution took hold and new methods and materials for construction were introduced, the landscape changed as the city grew in width and height. The Great Fire of 1892 destroyed most of the downtown core, and most residential and other wood-frame buildings date from this period.
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-1,463,322,000
-1,463,322,000
In the first half of the 20th century, advances in electronics enabled investigation of the electrical properties of nerve cells, culminating in work by Alan Hodgkin, Andrew Huxley, and others on the biophysics of the action potential, and the work of Bernard Katz and others on the electrochemistry of the synapse. These studies complemented the anatomical picture with a conception of the brain as a dynamic entity. Reflecting the new understanding, in 1942 Charles Sherrington visualized the workings of the brain waking from sleep:
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[ { "breadth": 1, "userId": "Bob", "quality": 1, "engagement": 1 }, { "breadth": 0, "userId": "Alice", "quality": 0, "engagement": 0 } ]
[ { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hi", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "brain as dynamic entity, interesting, isn't it", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "hellooooooooo", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "are u alive?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "are u still there?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Do your electronic curcuits work properly?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": "Does the signal pass through the net in the forward and backward direction?", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 }, { "evaluation": 0, "text": ">:(", "userId": "Alice", "time": -1 } ]
898,363,722
898,363,722
In the 20th century, the Paris literary community was dominated by Colette, André Gide, François Mauriac, André Malraux, Albert Camus, and, after World War II, by Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre; Between the wars it was the home of many important expatriate writers, including Ernest Hemingway, Samuel Beckett, and, in the 1970s, Milan Kundera. The winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature, Patrick Modiano–who lives in Paris–, based most of his literary work on the depiction of the city during World War II and the 1960s-1970s.
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