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Summary: phrases and definitions utilized in the context of electromagnetic wave propagation in relation to the fields of telecommunications, distant sensing, radio astronomy, optical waves, plasma waves, the ionosphere, the magnetosphere, and magnetohydrodynamic, acoustic, and electrostatic waves are provided.
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After he recounted his Horatio Alger success story, Mary Margaret asked him whether losing his leg as a child had something to do with his drive. He admitted that he was very self-conscious about it, a fairly personal and intimate detail. 34 Mary Margaret obviously won Al Capp’s trust, but even her skills could not guarantee results all the time. Over the years the radio host came up against her share of guests who had been glib and eloquent in the preparatory interview but then clammed up on the air.
I listen to you, but heaven knows why, the way you go on. It isn’t your voice—and it certainly isn’t what you say. ” Mary Margaret could accept such statements only with exasperation: “Right—it isn’t my voice! ’ But it isn’t anything mysterious either. ”13 McBride was used to comments about her weight and appearance, but nothing infuriated her more than suggestions that her carefully researched and prepared radio program was nothing more than random thoughts pouring out in an Ozark twang. She knew better, and so did Stella Karn, but it was hard to make the press take her seriously.
In the very next sentence the magazine called her a “brilliant interviewer” but then undercut that statement by describing the brilliance in a demeaning fashion: “With a well-controlled gush she can ‘soften up’ almost anyone to just the sticky consistency her listeners love. ”16 Far too often the temptation to dismiss her because she was a woman who talked to a primarily female daytime audience won out over a more balanced and objective view. Mary Margaret was an odd combination of being very shy but also enjoying, indeed craving, the limelight.