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Cos – The Thing *2011* DVDRip.XviD-BiDA Lektor PL.epub

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We’ve come to tell you, that our son has lost his mind!
What the hell
The child has lost his mind.
I’m afraid…
Please, say what’s happened
The child has lost his mind, and he’s been chasing his mother all day.
I don’t know. But he’s hurting his mother so badly.
He is trying to hurt her.
The child.
The child’s the only one who can hurt his mother. He’s hurting her in every way he can.
I suppose, then you did the right thing

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Add ONCLICK event to a custom button

I’m trying to add an onclick event to a button. The button is in code, and I can’t use an html button since it will be part of a webpage that is rendered in an iframe on my page.
This is what I have so far:
var NewButton = document.createElement(“BUTTON”);
NewButton.setAttribute(“onclick”, “CallSomeFunction()”);
NewButton.setAttribute(“id”, “NewButton”);
NewButton.innerHTML = “Click Here”;

It seems like the innerHTML is being ignored and I have no idea why.


The issue is with your attribute onclick.
Instead of:

It should be:

onclick=”CallSomeFunction; return false;”

BTW, I am not sure if this is the problem, but the returned value will be returned from the function CallSomeFunction or not. So return false is a nice way to avoid the value from being returned if you don’t want it.


Use of ‘few’ to mean ‘only’

Consider the following.

The grocer found it hard to serve the couple because they only spoke Spanish
The grocer found it hard to serve the couple because they spoke Spanish, but they didn’t speak Italian

What are the differences in the meaning (sticking with the same verb)?
I think the first one means:

The grocer found it hard to serve the couple, because they speak