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what is a complemetary angel

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what is a complemetary angel

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Sorry, Melody and CPhill, you both have it wrong here.

“Complemetary” is misspelled, while “angel” is spelled correctly

An “Angel” is a supernatural humanoid being or spirit, usually sent by a deity.

Depending on how one corrects the misspelling of “Complemetary,” you can identify two basic types of angels.

Correcting it to “Complimentary,” identifies the angel as one sent to offer tribute, accolades, and praise. Such might be the case for Melody, for turning this “baron wasteland” of a site into a thriving “metropolis.”

(It might also be the case for me, for answers and solutions so near to perfection that only small atoms can slip into the “cracks of its imperfections. Indeed, I have made only one mistake in my life: this happened when I thought I made a mistake, but I was wrong).

Correcting it to “Complementary,” identifies the angel as one sent to complete or bring perfection to something, or someone. There may be a case for the site—in particular the operating system, which is now just moving from the Jurassic to Cetaceous. There is a hint that some of the answers and definitely the questions from the petitioners could use a supernatural boost.

Certainly, very few persons, here, would need help in this respect. I know that my answers and solutions boarder so close to perfection, that the Creator of light would have to change the physical laws and constants of the universe to alter their near perfection. Cphill is a close second – he would tie with me, if not for the grievous error of confusing angel for angle. Melody is a close third, but only because of the recent "to-ma-to," "to-mah-to” thing.

Yes, petitioners you have a triumvirate of near perfection at your “beck and call.” You should be pleased! If you are not pleased, then one of the fallen angels might come to visit. We all know what that means: An abundance of wrong answers. Great Horrors! The ‘F’s will start flying, and not just on the report cards.

Just an angelic abstraction of philosophical thought through the ether of the internet.

By Lucifer van Pelt

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Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees. 

Melody  May 2, 2014
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Let me add something to Melody's answer.....

And supplementary angles add to 180 degees

To remember the difference between the two...note that 90 comes before 180 and "c" comes before "s"

CPhill  May 2, 2014
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I rememer it this way

If you put one back to front c on top of a normal one you make an s

and 2 * 90 degrees make 180 degrees.

Does that make sense?

Melody  May 2, 2014
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what is a complemetary angel

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Sorry, Melody and CPhill, you both have it wrong here.

“Complemetary” is misspelled, while “angel” is spelled correctly

An “Angel” is a supernatural humanoid being or spirit, usually sent by a deity.

Depending on how one corrects the misspelling of “Complemetary,” you can identify two basic types of angels.

Correcting it to “Complimentary,” identifies the angel as one sent to offer tribute, accolades, and praise. Such might be the case for Melody, for turning this “baron wasteland” of a site into a thriving “metropolis.”

(It might also be the case for me, for answers and solutions so near to perfection that only small atoms can slip into the “cracks of its imperfections. Indeed, I have made only one mistake in my life: this happened when I thought I made a mistake, but I was wrong).

Correcting it to “Complementary,” identifies the angel as one sent to complete or bring perfection to something, or someone. There may be a case for the site—in particular the operating system, which is now just moving from the Jurassic to Cetaceous. There is a hint that some of the answers and definitely the questions from the petitioners could use a supernatural boost.

Certainly, very few persons, here, would need help in this respect. I know that my answers and solutions boarder so close to perfection, that the Creator of light would have to change the physical laws and constants of the universe to alter their near perfection. Cphill is a close second – he would tie with me, if not for the grievous error of confusing angel for angle. Melody is a close third, but only because of the recent "to-ma-to," "to-mah-to” thing.

Yes, petitioners you have a triumvirate of near perfection at your “beck and call.” You should be pleased! If you are not pleased, then one of the fallen angels might come to visit. We all know what that means: An abundance of wrong answers. Great Horrors! The ‘F’s will start flying, and not just on the report cards.

Just an angelic abstraction of philosophical thought through the ether of the internet.

By Lucifer van Pelt

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Thanks for this insightful diatribe, Luci"fur" van "Pelt""  !!   (aka, Anonymous)

In fact, it  ALMOST "boarders" on perfection - if I could be so "complementary."

BTW - Your name - loosely translated - means, "One who gets by, by the "skin" of his teeth."

Well...........by, by........for now.  Until we meat again.......

Your Humble Answerer,

CPhill

CPhill  May 3, 2014
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That's fabulous.  Thank you Lucifer van Pelt.   ROF LOL    

**It might also be the case for me, for answers and solutions so near to perfection that only small atoms can slip into the “cracks of its imperfections."**   Tickets please!     

 

Reference for "to-ma-to," "to-mah-to” 

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/expressions_2#r103393

 

See you next time!  

Melody  May 3, 2014

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