Monotony is a term that comes from Greek and refers to the lack of variety in anything. The concept is linked to uniformity, the absence of nuances or equal tones. For example: "I try to pay attention, but the monotony of his voice makes me fall asleep", "I just heard the new album of this band: it is pure monotony, all the songs seem the same."
The action and effect of approving is known as approval. The term comes from the Latin approbatĭo, while the verb approve refers to taking something or someone as good or sufficient. For example: “My mother gave me her approval for the wedding, so I am calmer”, “The approval of the project would take several weeks, as indicated by sources of the ruling party”, “I already have everything ready to start the construction: it only remains to receive the approval of the plans by the municipality ”.
The cycle of physiological phenomena that is repeated periodically and that affects the mood, emotions and feelings of human beings is known as biorhythm. Biorhythms, therefore, influence people's behavior. Many times the idea of biorhythm is associated with the concept of biological rhythm: the oscillation of the parameters of biology according to environmental conditions and an internal clock.
Barra is a concept that can refer to a piece that is longer than thick; at the counter of a shop; to the fans of a sports team or an athlete; to the group of friends that meets regularly; to the unworked metal roll; to a graphic sign that is used in writing; or to the iron lever that is used to move heavy things.
When human beings interact within the framework of a society or a community, they establish human relationships. These links are usually based on hierarchy and are developed through communication. For example: "I am looking for an employee with proactive capacity and a good attitude for the development of human relations", "Human relations would be more peaceful if we all had a greater willingness to dialogue", "With technology, human relations became virtual".
Affirmation, from Latin affirmatio, is the action and effect of affirming or affirming. It is common for the term to be used in reference to the act that allows a person to express their assent to a statement or cause. For example: "With a gesture of affirmation, the respondent acknowledged that he knew the suspect", "The woman's statement surprised the neighbors", "I cannot agree with such a statement."