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Eileen Myles is an acclaimed poet and writer who has published over twenty-two works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and libretto. Their prizes and awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Warhol/Creative Capital grant, an award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a poetry award from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.


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A litter made of two rifles and two field jackets would suffice for now. That was good news; another bit was that the EPW was a lieutenant, a regimental REMF attached to a battalion quartered in town. --Rangers Lead the Way By Thomas H. Taylor, Robert J. Martin


He had a couple of thousand dollars on him that would suffice for the time being, until he could find some kind of legal employment. He got out ofthe car, and walked a block. --The Maze By Kahn Morris


A litter made of two rifles and two field jackets would suffice for now. That was good news; another bit was that the EPW was a lieutenant, a regimental REMF attached to a battalion quartered in town. --


'For the time being' is a more fluid expression, while 'for now' is more static. Choice of one or the other would depend on something other than strict meaning. Mathematical tables would be unlikely to uncover the subtleties of the choice.


The difference between "for now" and "for the time being" is that the latter is usually used in a scenario involving a thing or idea that could change sooner rather than later. "For now" is an idea of saying that the thing or idea is subject to change but with time for a notice to be made. "For the time being" is suggesting that at this moment in time, this is what is happening/what is occurring/where we are, but could change with a simple "You can't stay" or "This won't work."


For example, let's say there is a little boy running around in the streets. He doesn't have a home; he lives in a cardboard box in an alley. For the time being, he will live in the box. This demonstrates that his box-living could change suddenly by let's say, a nice person found him and took him to an orphanage. For now, the boy will stay in the orphanage. This is saying that a person will let him know if anything is changing before it changes, like he is getting adopted.


For now indicates a temporary state or arrangement that is subject to change with time whereas for the time being implies a state that is subject to change with surrounding circumstances. The trouble of interchangeability lies in that progression of time often brings about change in circumstance, but not always.


  • In this case time brings about spring, summer, etc. so with the change of time we will no longer have to endure. Our heater is broken and the handy man is busy, so we will have to endure for the time being. In this case, time itself will not fix the heater, the handyman will.

So for the time being emphasizes the role of the handyman in the temporary state of endurance. The handyman, however, will do it in his time. Therefore interchangability (winter/spring depends on time; time to fix heater depends on handyman) is quite convoluted.


I'd say based on these stats that the two phrases are definitely not interchangeable. Interesting that "for the time being" was the clear preference for most of the corpus history but was usurped by "for now" in a late run.


For me, "for the time being" is a temporary state which the speaker believes is likely to change, and "for now" is a temporary state which the speaker believes is not likely to change. This is based on the number of dining companions I have had who "stick with water for now" and don't order any other beverage.


Their departures have left a huge hole in the labor market. The number of current job openings (10.9 million) exceeds the number of new hires (6.3 million). And in our own recent survey of almost 600 workers who voluntarily left a job without another in hand, 44 percent said that they have little to no interest in returning to traditional jobs in the next six months.1We conducted an online survey of 1,364 individuals who indicated that they had left a job without another in hand anytime between December 2020 and December 2021. A subset of 587 respondents indicated that they had voluntarily left (versus being furloughed or laid off). Data were collected from individuals working in a range of industries in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.


Because they are upset. Those who voluntarily left cited experiences with uncaring leaders, unsustainable expectations of work performance, and lack of career advancement as factors in their decision (Exhibit 1). Employees witnessed how companies furloughed or laid off their colleagues during business slowdowns. Those who remained resented being told to shoulder greater burdens and put in more time (sometimes with suboptimal resources) to help keep operations afloat.


By following the principles offered here, however, companies can start to build a true capability in attraction and retention, transform themselves into destination workplaces, and meet the ever-changing needs of this and next-generation workforces.


The roots of the tiny house movement can be traced to 19th-Century US naturalist and essayist Henry David Thoreau, whose book Walden (1854) is an inspiring meditation on simple living in natural surroundings. Jay Shafer, the "godfather of tiny houses", spearheaded the modern movement when he built a tiny house on wheels and wrote The Small House Book in 1999. Shafer founded the Tumbleweed Tiny House company, before leaving to focus on social justice and housing rights.


Chris March is the founder of Tiny Eco Homes, in Northumberland in the UK, and has lived for three years in one of his own designs, with pine cladding inside and a cedar porch. At 7m x 2.5m, it has two bedrooms, two storeys and ceilings high enough so that you can walk around upstairs. It's fitted with "everything my son and I need," he says.


Meanwhile, Tiny House Scotland is the brainchild of architect Jonathan Avery, who designs and builds micro architecture. Avery's tiny house designs are central to a "village" for the homeless in Scotland, Tiny House Village Edinburgh, launched in Granton, Edinburgh, in May 2018. The Social Bite village provides a low-cost, safe-living environment for up to 20 people for around 12 to 18 months, with support to transition into permanent housing afterward.


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Jang Seon-kyul (Yoon Kyun-sang) has wealth and good looks but suffers from severe mysophobia. He is obsessed with cleaning and even owns his own cleaning company. However, he meets a carefree and untidy girl named Gil Oh-sol (Kim Yoo-jung) after she enters his company as a new employee. Oh-sol has worked all sorts of part-time jobs while striving for a full-time job and does not have the luxury to date or clean. She gave up on being neat after facing the tough reality of the world and is known for always wearing her trademark tracksuit. But she has a bright personality and does not mind getting dirty. With the help of Oh-sol, Seon-kyul faces his mysophobia and also falls in love with her.


Green leaves use energy from sunlight through photosynthesis to chemically combine carbon dioxide drawn in from the air with water and nutrients tapped from the ground to produce sugars, which are the main source of food, fiber and fuel for life on Earth. Studies have shown that increased concentrations of carbon dioxide increase photosynthesis, spurring plant growth.


To prepare for this, businesses must ensure they embed the right technology throughout their processes and in every area of operations. At this point, there is really very little excuse for being in business and not having an understanding of how AI and the other technologies mentioned above will impact your business and industry. More effective sales and marketing, better customer service, more efficient supply chains, products and services that are more aligned with customer needs, and streamlined manufacturing processes are all on the table, and in 2023, the barriers to accessing them will be lower than ever. Many of these technologies, such as AI and blockchain, are now available in 'as-a-service' models via the cloud, and new interfaces and apps give businesses access to them via no-code environments. 041b061a72


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