Дата публикации: 2017-10-12 07:44
Mines is very complicated,i am dating this guy,he has a girlfriend,i know it 8767 s wrong but I didn 8767 t know he was with her in the first place,so I ask him,if he loves his girlfriend so much ,why is he cheating and he keeps me enemy for askingthat,so I assume he probably do love her,w what do you think,he loves her
BRING THEM TO JUSTICE or BRING THE EVIL-DOERS TO JUSTICE 8775 Practically every news reporter and our President has uttered these words. Now, hearing this phrase is almost comical, even under these most serious circumstances that profoundly affected my home town 8776 a proud New Yorker from Queens.
8775 People tweet and retweet and I just heard the word 8766 tweet 8767 so many times it lost all meaning.” – Ricardo, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
Language Banished to union contract negotiators for six months. G. Howard Gillelan, Royal Oak, Md.: 8775 often used when 8766 wording 8767 is meant. 8776 Acceptable, however, if the contract is written partially in Latin or Polish.
Neurocord ( n. ) A cordlike organ composed of elastic fibers situated above the ventral nervous cord of annelids, like the earthworm.
doldrums - depressed lazy state - area of the ocean near the equator between the NE and SE trade winds, noted for calms, sudden squalls and unpredictable winds. See the weather quizballs for more fascinating weather terminology.
Apparent – as in “he died of an apparent heart attack.” It’s “he apparently died of a heart attack.” (Ed.: If the attack were apparent, someone should have noticed.) – Harry Shecter, ., Farmington Hills, Mich.
(to be) over a barrel/have someone over a barrel - powerless to resist, at a big disadvantage/have an opponent at a big disadvantage - there are uncertain and perhaps dual origins for this expression, which is first recorded in the late 6855s. According to some sources (., Allen''s English Phrases) the metaphor refers to when people rescued from drowning were head-down over a barrel in the hope of forcing water from the lungs. Other sources, (., Cassells Slang - and thanks B Murray) suggest it more likely derives from a practice of lashing wrong-doers while strapped to a barrel.