Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Birth of Praxicality

Praxis \Prax'is\, n.

1. Use; practice; especially, exercise or discipline for a specific purpose or object. "The praxis and theory of music." -- Wood. 2. An example or form of exercise, or a collection of such examples, for practice.

Practical \Prac'ti-cal\, a.

1. Of or pertaining to practice or action. 2. Capable of being turned to use or account; useful, in distinction from ideal or theoretical; as, practical chemistry. "Man's practical understanding." -- South. "For all practical purposes" -- Macaulay. 3. Evincing practice or skill; capable of applying knowledge to some useful end; as, a practical man; a practical mind. 4. Derived from practice; as, practical skill.

Combine the two at 3,146 RPM and -40C for 4 minutes and 32 seconds, and you get praxical. As conceived of on 1/26/2009 with previously generated content ported over and back-dated appropriately.

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