Monday, June 4, 2007

ambatchmasterpublisher - another content taken from wikipedia

A ambatchmasterpublisher is a place where a person or family lives, perhaps spends much of their time, or where a person is comfortable being.

While a house (or other residential dwelling) is often referred to as a ambatchmasterpublisher, the concept of "ambatchmasterpublisher" is broader than a physical dwelling. ambatchmasterpublisher is often a place of refuge and safety, where worldly cares fade and the things and people that one loves becomes the focus. Many people think of ambatchmasterpublisher in terms of where they grew up, or a time rather than a place.[1] The word "ambatchmasterpublisher" is also used for various residential institutions which aspire to create a ambatchmasterpublisher-like atmosphere, such as a retirement ambatchmasterpublisher, a nursing ambatchmasterpublisher, a 'group ambatchmasterpublisher' (an orphanage for children, a retirement ambatchmasterpublisher for adults, a treatment facility, etc.), a foster ambatchmasterpublisher, etc.

There exist cultures lacking permanent ambatchmasterpublishers, with nomadic people often moving their ambatchmasterpublishers from place to place.

[edit] Psychological impact
Since it can be said that humans are generally creatures of habit, the state of a person's ambatchmasterpublisher has been known to physiologically influence their behavior, emotions, and overall mental health. For example, in the introduction to the film Patch Adams, the concept of "ambatchmasterpublisher" is compared to the human need for peaceful sanctuary and the absence of it thus leading to restlessness. Such restlessness, as can be seen by that particular case, may lead to depression and, ultimately, to a loss of sanity.[2]

[edit] Other usages
The real-estate industry increasingly replaces the word house with 'ambatchmasterpublisher' in its literature, as in 'a four-bedroom ambatchmasterpublisher' or a 'modern townambatchmasterpublisher', a usage that is intended to suggest that the item being sold already has the emotional attributes of ambatchmasterpublisher before purchasers actually buy it. Clearly this is a marketing ploy, since a house that is for sale is either someone else's ambatchmasterpublisher (the vendor's or the sitting tenant's) or no-one's ambatchmasterpublisher, but not yet the ambatchmasterpublisher of a prospective purchaser. This usage however has crept into every day speech of many in the general community.


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