Is "Ð¶Ðµâ necessary in "ÑÐ°ÐºÐ°Ñ Ð¶Ðµ, ÐºÐ°Ðºâ?Depends upon what you try to conwey, to stress. The meanings overlap a lot, but priorities weigh in, what you consider primary message and what - undertones.If you want characterize object A by comparing to object B then is not needed. Like you may try to explain nuanced colours to a professional painter. He knows very many colour terms, but you do not . But you may say something like "i would like this wall with a colour LIKE the skies near that cloud" " , , ".There was once a pop song " " - with the repeats going like "I want me a husband like a Putin so he would do X". There was no actual husband there, there was just "copying" characteristics from a well known object.The opposing intention, instead of the characterizing something by analogy, with neither giving detailed descriptions nor listing through soecialized dictionaries, would be stressing the "sameness" (or, sometimes, lack of it) of some objectes. When you do not care that much what "value" the attribute has, but the fact of it being the same. It can be surprise, anger, disapproval, questioning, etc. For example, you may come to unknown village and roam the streets, trying to "find the house with the walls SAME colour as on this old photograph" - " , ".Or maybe there is a heap of mess in the room, you hold some left boot and you ask someone to find a pair. You might end up saying "help me to find the boot that is all the SAME but is right one" - " ". While this does, among other thing, fix the attribites, the qualities of a missing boot, you primary concern is not in those specific colour or size or shape but in the boot as a whole being a MATCH for the one you hold.â â â â â âHow do you find out if a linux machine overheated before the previous boot and was shutdown in Debian?When the machine overheats, before kernel shuts down the system, it produces a message stored in the log file. For systemd setup this file is accessible via journalctl command and the relevant output should look like this:So we need to search for 'critical temperature' stuff in the $SYSTEMD_PAGER (usually less) or directly:You can add -b -1 to search only in messages of the boot before last.With that being said, I think 60C is really very low for tripping point. Most CPUs often reach that temperature during compilation or other resourceful tasks. Be sure you have all proper modules loaded (for you processor) and check thermal parameters with sensors-detect followed by sensors commandâ â â â â âBoot campAfter a disastrous start at Kidbrooke, with students refusing to eat and dinner ladies threatening to resign due to overwork, Oliver organised a "boot camp" for dinner ladies in the borough, roping in the catering division of the British Army to demonstrate how to cook large amounts of food quickly and efficientlyâ â â â â âEver broken something valuable?Oh. Yes, I broke a crystal boot that my husband bought with our first daughter's name on it. I was tossing a toy in the house and it hit the boot and crashed to the floor. Oh, I was so upset. He never replaced it, and that made it worse for me.â â â â â âWhat are all the methods of removing a boot placed on a vehicles tire?First of all - boots do not cost $ 1100.00 - you are being ripped off. Who on the board have you pyssed off lately, because this is totally uncalled for and someone is having their way with you. The only way to remove the boot is to unbolt it so you will need an adapter socket and a ratchet with an extension on it. And when you get the boots off I would suggest that you rest/drop both of them on a board members hood.â â â â â âHow to bootTo boot into DSRM, the user can reboot the computer and press F8 during the start-up sequence. The following options will be displayed: Safe Mode VGA Mode Last Known Good Configuration Directory Services Restore ModeThe user must select Directory Services Restore Mode.â â â â â âBoot worshipBoot worship is the extreme adulation of boots in BDSM, usually carried out while the footwear is being worn by the dominant partner. It is related to foot worship in a derivative way, in that the adulation may really be attributable to the proximity of the boots to their master/mistress. The foot is usually considered one of the "lowest" and least appreciated parts of the body, and it is a kind of humiliation to be kissing and licking someone's foot. In "boot worship", the humiliation goes one step further. The submissive willingly worships the dominant partner's boots, and often without even being asked to. This reverence for the footwear that encloses the dominant partner's foot is sometimes an expression of extreme devotion or loyalty, sometimes a concrete admission of inferiority or defeat, and sometimes both. Thus, boot worship may include sniffing or inhaling from worn boots, as well as licking, kissing or cleaning their exteriors by licking. Sometimes, polishing of the boot can also be done. Chewing and eating of leather shoes and boots can also be done. Sometimes, the dominant will choke the submissive by forcefully inserting her booted feet in the submissive's mouth. The dominant can also kick the submissive while wearing boots. The dominant can make the slave eat food smashed by her boots, or even the food that sticks to the bottom of boots. Boots are also used by the dominant for ballbusting. It may also consist, more passively, of the submissive lying prone and being "trampled" by the dominant partner. Heeled boots may lend themselves to sucking, in an approximation of fellatio, anal and urethra insertion. The dominant partner can also sometimes beat the sub or slave with the footwear while wearing it. They can also have the submissive lying down in front of them, and then place their boots over the submissive's mouth, face, or body instead of the floor.