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lancellotta leonardo geotecnica Lancellotta, R. (2006).. "J. Amer. Soc. Civil Eng." v 90 n 7 p 2045–2055. PDF A. De Grazia, R. Lancellotta, M.M. Lopatin, D. Ruggiu and R. Sesti. (2004). . "J. Amer. Soc. Civil Eng." v 90 n 7 p 2045–2055. References External links Homepage at Politecnico di Torino Homepage at IsAR Category:1963 births Category:Living people Category:Italian civil engineers Category:Polytechnic University of Turin alumni Category:Polytechnic University of Turin facultyThese are a few notes I took while trying to decipher the "How to Act" thread, which I found very interesting. Most of the answers can be summarized in this way: "Suck up, smile, be humble, 'give respect where it is due', take the blame (where it is yours), and don't give a damn about what other people think of you." Now, I have found out that some of these things, although they are stated in such an "un-informative" manner, do have some real-world value. So, let me tell you how I would go about applying them to my life. First of all, how do I suck up? I would generally try to come across as humble and kind, but in an unassuming way. I would try not to raise my voice or lose my temper. I wouldn't speak unless I was asked a question, and when I was speaking I would try to use a reasonable voice and tone, rather than yell or shout. Also, I would try to be respectful towards others, even if they are being rude to me. So, all in all, it's an unassuming act of sucking up, which I should probably do more often. Second, how do I smile? Well, I would try to smile (see above) when others are doing something nice for me, I would try to smile when I am speaking (see above), I would try to avoid raising my voice or getting angry (see above), and I would try to avoid making statements that would make me look bad (see above). Third, how do I behave? I would try to take the be359ba680


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