- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of become.
- v. computing The two-character symbol sequence ":=" used in some programming languages to mean is assigned the value of. Used to distinguish between assignment of value and comparison for equality.
“Your stance is homophobic becuase you fail to regard any of the possible discourse that could be happening over the opening poem and you choose, instead, to pose a “hypothetical” that you soon get so lost in that it becomes less and less hypothetical with each subsequent post of yours until, well, it *becomes* your stance.”
“Not so - in the extreme case that the government itself becomes an enemy of the country, time spent by the security services documenting their activities for the public *becomes* their core duty.”
“He says marketers latch on to anything that can be considered green so the term becomes meaningless.”
“The 'occult' aspect of psychogeography should perhaps be restored before the term becomes a beach-bag for travel guides.”
“Some, however, repeat it as they pass through any crowded area of the kitchen, rhythmically announcing each step— “QUEmoQUEmoQUEmo”—so that the word becomes a mantra against accidental bumping and other calamities.”
“The Word becomes flesh when our souls are healed and when we seek to heal the world.”
“When the Word becomes flesh, it does not care about faith or creed or nationality or ethnicity.”
“I think about all of the words in Scripture, believed by people both ancient and modern, and that as the people live what they believe, the Word becomes flesh, puts on flesh.”
“The Word becomes flesh when a soldier throws himself on a grenade to save his friends.”
“When the Word becomes flesh, it can often leap over words like "no" and "we can't.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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