Monthly Archives: November 2009

donlot Lirik lagu & mp3 Opick_Taubat


Lirik lagu Opick Taubat

wahai tuhan jauh sudah
lelah kaki melangkah
aku hilang tanpa arah
rindu hati sinarmu

wahai tuhan aku lemah
hilang terumur noda
hapuskanlah terangilah
jiwa di hitam jalanku

ampunkanlah aku
terimalah taubatku
sesungguhnya engkau
sang maha pengampun dosa

Ya robbi, ijinkanlah
aku kembali padamu
meski mungkin takkan sempurna
aku sebagai hambamu

ampunkanlah aku
terimalah taubatku
sesungguhnya engkau
sang maha pengampun dosa

berilkanlah aku
kesempaatn waktu
aku ingin kembali
kembali…

dan meski aku tak layak
sujud padamu
dan sungguh tak layak
aku…
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donlot mp3 asmaul husna



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1. Hijjaz_-_Asmaul_Husna MP3 atau Klik yang ini ya…!
2. asma-ul-husna-99-nama-allah.mp3
3. donlot lebih banyak versi mp3 asmaul husna all over the world : klik sini : www.kusirmedia.com/download.php

Ternyata SBY bisa marah juga…:)



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Wukuf di Arafah Kamis 26 Nopember


WUKUF KAMIS 26 NOPEMBER MAS
JEDDAH–Mahkamah Agung Arab Saudi memutuskan, berdasarkan pengamatan para ahli rukyat setempat, 1 Zulhijah 1430 Hijriah jatuh pada Rabu (18/11), sehingga pelaksanaan Wukuf (9 Zulhijah) di Padang Arafah atau ritual puncak ibadah haji akan berlangsung pada Kamis (26/11).

Dengan demikian, kata Konsul Haji Indonesia di Jeddah, Dr Shairozi Dimyathi, di Jeddah, Rabu, memang pelaksanaan ibadah haji kali ini tidak bisa diistilahkan sebagai Haji Akbar berdasarkan pemahaman sekelompok orang.

Berdasarkan pemahaman orang yang meyakininya, katanya, jemaah calon haji yang melakukan Wukuf pada hari Jumat atau Haji Akbar akan memperoleh ganjaran pahala 70 kali lipat dibandingkan dengan pada hari-hari biasa.

Wukuf adalah acara merenungkan diri atau introspeksi yang merupakan rukun haji yang wajib dilaksanakan (jika tidak, hajinya tidak sah) untuk memperingati saat Nabi Ibrahim digoda setan agar tidak mematuhi perintah Allah menyembelih putranya, Ismail.

“Tetapi saya juga tidak jelas mengenai hadits Nabi yang menyebutkan mengenai pemahaman istilah Haji Besar (Haji Akbar) itu, ” kata Shairozi, seraya menambahkan, memang Nabi Muhahammad melakukan Wukuf pada hari Jumat, dan Rasul sepanjang hidupnya hanya sekali menunaikan ibadah haji.

Orang yang memercayai pemahaman Haji Akbar itu, kata Shairozi, berpatokan pada apa yang pernah dikerjakan oleh Rasullullah. Namun, menurut dia, pemahaman mengenai istilah Haji Akbar, tidak sepenuhnya disepakati oleh umat Islam, karena banyak juga yang mempercayai bahwa setelah mengikuti ritual Wukuf di Padang Arafah, orang yang mengikutinya bisa disebut sebagai Haji Akbar.

Sedangkan pemahaman mengenai Haji Kecil, sambungnya adalah bagi jemaah yang hanya mengikuti Umrah dengan ritual Thawaf atau mengitari Ka`bah tujuh kali, lari-lari kecil antara Bukit Safa dan Marwah, diakhiri dengan cukur rambut atau disebut Tahallul atau rampungnya tahapan prosesi Umrah.

Umrah dapat dilakukan setiap saat, baik saat musim haji maupun di luar musim haji, kecuali pada Hari Arafah atau Hari Raya Qurban (Idhul Adha) yang jatuh pada 10 Zulhijah atau pada musim haji 1430 H ini pada 27 November 2009. ant/pur
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Saying Thank You in Different Languages


Thank you in Afrikaans (South Africa)

Dankie (dahn-kee)

Thank you in Arabic (Middle East)

Shukran (shoe-krahn)

Thank you in Cantonese (Southeast Asia – Hong Kong)

Do je (daw-dyeh)

Thank you in Czech (Central Europe)

Dìkuji (deh-ku-yih)

Thank you in Danish (Europe – Denmark)

Tak (tahg)

Thank you in Estonian (Estonia – Europe)

Aitäh (ie-tehkh)

Thank you in Fijian (Pacific Islands)

Vinaka (Bvi’-nah-kah)

Thank you in Filipino (East Asia – The Philippines)

Salamat (sa-la-mat)

Thank you in Finnish (Europe – Finland)

Kiitos (Keetos)

Thank you in French (Europe-France, Africa, North America, Canada)

Merci (mehr-see)

Thank you in German (Europe – Germany)

Danke (dahn-kah)

Thank you in Greek (Europe – Greece)

Efcharisto (ef-har-rih-stowe)

Thank you in Hawaiian (Pacific Islands – Hawaii)

Mahalo (mah-hah-loh)

Thank you in Hindi (Southern Asia, India)

Shukriya (shoe-kree-a)

Thank you in Indonesian (East Asia – Indonesia)

Terima Kasih (t’ree-ma kas-seh)

Thank you in Italian (Europe – Italy)

Grazie (gra-see)

Thank you in Japanese (East Asia – Japan)

Domo (doe-moe)

Thank you in Korean (East Asia – Korea)

Kamsa hamnida (kam-sa-ham-nee-da)

Thank you in Latin (Ancient Europe)

Gratia (grah-tyah)

Thank you in Lithuanian (Central Europe – Lithuania)

Achiu (Ahchjooh)

Thank you in Mandarin (China and Taiwan)

Xie xie (syeh-syeh)

Thank you in Norwegian (Europe – Norway)

Takk (Dahk)

Thank you in Paraguay (South America)

Aguije (ah-we-JAY)

Thank you in Polish (Central Europe – Poland)

Dziêkujê (Zhe-koo-yay)

Thank you in Portuguese

Obrigado (Ob-ree-gah-doe)

Thank you in Romanian (Asia – Russia)

Mulþumesc (Mool-tsu’-mehsk)

Thank you in Spanish

Gracias (Grah-cee-yas)

Thank you in Swahili (Africa)

Asante (Ah-sahn-teh)

Thank you in Swedish (Europe – Sweden)

Tack (Taak)

Thank you in Thai (Southeast Asia – Thailand)

Khop Khun Krab (kowp-koom krahp-khak)

Thank you in Vietnamese (Southeast Asia – Vietnam)

Ca’m on (Kam ooen)

Thank you in Wolof (West Africa – Senegal, Gambia)

Jerejef (Jay-ray-jayf’)

Thank you in Welsh (Europe – British Isles)

Diolch (Dee-olkh)

Thank you in Zimbabwean (Africa – Zimbab we)

Maita Henyu (Mah-ee’tah Heh’-nyoo)
www.thank-you.com

examples of formal and informal outlines


Formal Outline Example
NOTE: This is a persuasion speech that is approximately 15 minutes long. It is a speech on a question of fact. It is presented to you as an example of what a formal outline should look like. Your formal outlines will be appropriate to the assignment, including type of speech and length.

Topic: Cultural Behaviors
General Purpose: To persuade
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that cultural values are enacted through nonverbal behavior
Central Idea: That the macroenvironment of culture is reflected in the microenvironment, specifically that the behaviors of spatial cues, eye contact, and verbal behavior reflect the co-cultural values of the dominant U.S. culture and women.

Introduction:

I. Attention-gaining opening: Keiko and Sarah
II. Definition: Samovar and Porter
III. General focus: different world views, beliefs and values
IV. Review

Thesis: There is a connection between culture, gender and nonverbal behaviors

Transition: First let me explain how our cultural values are enacted through our communicative behaviors

Body:
I. The macroenvironment is reflected in the microenvironment.

A. The macroenvironment is our culture

1. One primary value in America is independence

a. sense of self comes from ourselves
b. we learn through family, insitiutions, proverbs: “you’ve made your bed, now sleep”

2. A primary value for Japan is interdependency

a. sense of self comes from the group
b. proverbs: “The nail which sticks up gets hit” and “When there are three people present there will be a great idea.”

3. A secondary value both Americans and Japanese have is education, but value it differently

B. The microenvironment is the communication situation

Transition: It is this interplay of values that determines the behaviors. The behaviors are enacted by how the values fit together. This is seen on the international level. The same is true of co-cultures.

II. A co-culture is of the dominant culture but also has its own values and beliefs

A. The dominant culture within the U.S. is white heterosexual male

1. Eakins and Eakins: competitiveness, possessions, self motivation
2. Most cultures are patriarchal

B. Women are one of the co-cultures within America

1. Relationally oriented, cooperation, other-interested
2. The Netherlands and Sweden matriarchal

Transition: When you blend the dominant culture with the co-culture, you get a surprising array of interactive behaviors.

III. While cultural values are reflected in all interactions, there are differences during interactions between males and females-blends of both

A. This is seen in spatial cues

1. Males expand into available space

a. taking more space
b. using more gestures
c. holding arms away

2. Females contract into smallest space

a. taking less space
b. using less gestures
c. holding arms inward

3. When males and females interact, the females respond according to their partner and males are responded to

B. Eye behavior also shows these differences

1. Males tend to control their partners’ eye behavior: competitive (dog)

a. look away while talking
b. look away while listening

2. Females tend to gain relational information

a. look more while talking
b. look more while listening

3. When they interact, the dominance of the male is seen during the interaction, with the female responding, the male being responded to

C. Besides this, our language is completely different

1. Males use competitive language
2. Females use cooperative language
3. When interact with each other, males believe females have the advantage

Internal Summary: As you can see, each culture’s value system is reflected through their behaviors. And the whole time we are assuming the other’s behavior is the same as ours. Is it any wonder we are constantly saying, “I just don’t understand (men!) (women!)!” And even if we think we understand that behaviors are different, we still don’t get it.

Transition: Part of this is due to the fact that not everything is different.

IV. There are similarities also

A. Both males and females share many nonverbal behaviors
B. Both American and Japanese share many nonverbal behaviors

(Review) So you can see, it is often the assumption that all communicative behaviors are the same, or are different, that creates misunderstandings.

Conclusion:

I. Review, summary
II. Tolerance comes from realization of world view
III. General intercultural process
IV. Keiko and Sarah
NANOTECHNOLOGY

I. Nanotechnology is being researched by the healthcare, military, and computer industries.

A. IBM research scientists are creating nano-bombs.

1. Miniature nano-bombs are machines the size of molecules.

2. Tiny nano-bombs are creating the next industrial revolution.

B. Military researchers are using nano-bombs to help kill deadly biological agents such as anthrax.

1. Small nano-bombs achieved 100% success rates when killing anthrax.

2. Mini nano-bombs are seen as essential tools in defeating biological weapons of mass destruction.

C. Medical researchers are creating nano-bombs that kill diseases.

1. Minuscule nano-bombs are being created to attack E. coli bacteria, salmonella, and cancer cells.

Formal Vs. Informal Speech Outlines

The outline above is a formal outline, the style of outline you may include in an important business report. However, if you are simply prepairing an outline to help organize your thoughts in advance, you may want to try something less formal, such as the outline found in Picture 1 below. In this example, an informal outline created using Voice Xpress and the Microsoft Word outlining feature.

Regardless of whether or not you use a formal or an informal outline, the basics are the same. Outlines indent text to show the major and subordinate topics in a clear way. For example, in Picture 1, the outline was created in Microsoft Word using an informal HTML heading style and tabs to format the outline.

Picture 1: An Informal Outline Created in Microsoft Word Using Voice Xpress Combined with the Microsoft Word Outlining Feature

The longest word in English


The longest scientific term in English is the full chemical name of the world’s largest known protein, titin. Beginning with Methionyl… and ending with …isoleucine, the word contains 189,819 letters.[4]

The 45 letter word Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is the longest English word that appears in a major dictionary.[5] Originally coined to become a candidate for the longest word in English, the term eventually developed some independent use in medicine.[6] It is referred to as “P45″ by researchers.[7]

Antidisestablishmentarianism, at 28 letters, is the longest non-coined, non-technical English word. It refers to a 19th century political movement that opposed the disestablishment of the Church of England as the state church of England.

In “How to Build a Better Vocabulary”, there is also a word attributed to P. T. Barnum, who wanted to have the record for inventing the longest word, and apparently learned just enough chemistry to coin: Di-isobutyl-phenoxy-ethoxy-ethyl-dimethyl-benzyl-ammonium-chloride, where the hyphens normally are not present but show how the word is built up. It also begins with the unusual start of “DII..”. Here it is, all 58 letters long: diisobutylphenoxyethoxyethyldimethylbenzylammoniumchloride.

Floccinaucinihilipilification at 29 letters (and meaning the act of estimating something as being worth so little as to be practically valueless, or the habit of doing so) is the longest non-technical, coined word in the English language.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longest_words