Rough and Quick: Nancy a reminder of definitions of syntax, parameters and other funny pics. & thought-notes

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for The Fictional VolunTier Project

By Goura Fotadar

Date: 1618,1718

tag[s]: rapid and not barely thought out word diagrams

In art a re-iteration with a mild shift: from the fiction blog: [not-al?]


Like pancy but that’s not how it’s uh spell-ed

Like fancy [checked, and here the first version non discriminated version of pansy; and an exercise in art of discrimination would be to create the first version or something like create, and capture edifices of imagine-translated discrimination to have at least [a] more of a viewing point of what is seen]

Ok. Nancy is like fancy, but for the n and the f,

n=f when in what’s that called in elem s’cool? consonants

n,f are consonants

[con, son, ants] [if spelled correctly or correctly enough]

n: f through [con, son, ants]

n [con, son, ants] f

[con, son, ants] = : [at least in one variety] maybe not maybe; that’s obvious

If pancy is not how it’s spelled but the cliché and-or unpopular but usual meaning of the word similar or close enough or exactly sounding,


con, son, ants

Your son is a daughter and actually a female may not need the same p,ants from pancy [pansy] [and in the first derivation; on fashion notes; and this is following the part two citation; flower pants]

and are you the con, or is she: he, or is it both,

And what does this have to do with fancy, well usually nancy regularly references a name: and so perhaps your son that is actually female and a daughter has a fancy name; criminology strikes again; because

who,ever [of the one, two, and so on …]

, which,ever is practicing the con, is it a legal con, and if not what is it enforcing to happen,

[a further fashion solution is, flower pants that might fit male[s] meaning mail[uh?] and are designed more specifically for male gender][and as a relevant cultural check just on guess check are flower pants still used primarily female-wise where of course wise just means application, the transition to part two; or almost transition]

Part two. I looked it up and what where is the meaning; it nancy means “grace”

cited: found and if even temporary definitions,

nancy = grace

[perhaps insert help or something like help from above or part one unlabeled , right but depicted as part one.]

(n=f)ancy = grace

(n=f)ancy= (g)race

n=f = g

It really is a girl/female/woman [on quick applied guess from part one’s semi-proof]

Perhaps the significance of g as the additional identifier might need to be kept and so g now refers to a development period for traditional uses of gender: female of youth; but for not traditional uses of gender an application of youth form development derived through one gender and such quickly applied from unlabeled but depicted part one



Then of course you can pull out: (girl)   … [for now, anyhow]

and ancy=race (well, as controlled by girl) [then quickest; if necessary whatever you see, and-or whatever can be scene; as in the latter here in brackets, identified] of course ansy sounds so much like anse which seems to have the opposite meaning as used regularly in cliché and or pop culture


cited: meaning [where on look up anse means “handle”]


and then on verification anse used popularly is actually spelled for now according to a cited check: antsy

fidgety=race [right, because in case you don’t know what antsy means regularly in regular culture, that’s what]

and so we have:

(girl)fidgety=(girl)race and of course this implies if you see or have s[c]ene a person fidgety during a race; and perhaps not the other usual definition of the word race looked at here anyway; no it means that a race is an experience in/of effective fidgeting; and one way to realize this is through the development process of girl, at least that’s how nancy means “grace” and the part of what about anse meaning “handle” also meaning race with the same derivation of girl factor, is then how you might make the jump from handle to fidgety and or handling to fidgeting or such, and then you would have something like how it is that in current conditions these two are the same  under the condition of race while through lens girl [and this is a very rough draft of thought-notes]












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for The Fictional VolunTier Project

by Goura Fotadar


#8  Culminating Specific Art Project :

Tags: literary art , volunteer initiative, art project, conceptualizing conceptual reading, reading comprehension advancement, philosophizing your reality , thought-conceptions further abstracted , childhood to any age group(s), design project

First point : {summary} The entire source , text citation centers around  … one flower ; and it’s possible that the main-protagonist’s [sp?]

(Theme : Rescue,) knowledge of that type-flower

rescued the protagonist

Learning Design;



Point 2 : using the exercises in this knowledge – builder ;

esp. exercise numbers 1-4 ; design a flower. {and if you want: use the generic flower avenue as-in generic flower parts. Theme: a purpose; the use of “generic” in multitude}

what would it smell like ; what color would its petals be ;

its center be ; its stem be ; what would it be called.

after designing this flower ; draw the flower with design

notes on an index card : following your design notes.

Point 3: {my designed flower} my flower has white petals,

a bright green center

a black stem

it has triangle petals

smells like charcoal

                                                is called avenue