A drummer, sick of all the drummer jokes, decides to change his instrument. After some thought, he decides on the accordion.
So he goes to the music store and says to the owner, "I"d like to look at the accordions, please."
The owner gestures to a shelf in the corner and says, "All our accordions are over there."
After browsing, the drummer says, "I think I"d like the big red one in the corner."
The store owner looks at him and says, "You"re a drummer, aren"t you?"
The drummer, crestfallen, says, "How did you know?"
The store owner says, "That "big red accordion" is the radiator."
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adj. (of an insect) having two wings. [greek pteron wing]
n. - directing; supervision.
- (usu. In pl.) Order or instruction. - line along which, or point to or from which, a person or thing moves or looks. - tendency or scope of a theme, subject, etc. DIRECTIVE
—n. Order from an authority. —adj. Serving to direct.
enquiries n.pl. Telephone service providing a subscriber's number on request.
- n. (pl. -ies) book with a list of telephone subscribers, inhabitants of a district, or members of a profession etc. [latin: related to *direct] DIRIGIBLE
—adj. Capable of being guided. —n. Dirigible balloon or airship. [related to *direct]
v. - cease to be visible.
- cease to exist or be in circulation or use. - (of a person) go missing. disappearance n. DISCHARGE
—v. (-ging) 1 release (a prisoner); allow (a patient, jury) to leave.
- dismiss from office or employment. - fire (a gun etc.). - throw; eject. - emit, pour out (pus etc.). - (foll. By into) (of a river etc.) Flow into (esp. The sea). - a carry out (a duty or obligation). B relieve oneself of (a debt etc.). C relieve (a bankrupt) of residual liability. - law cancel (an order of court). - release an electrical charge from. 10 a relieve (a ship etc.) Of cargo. B unload (cargo). —n. - discharging or being discharged. - certificate of release, dismissal, etc. - matter discharged; pus etc. - release of an electric charge, esp. With a spark. DISCOLOUR
v. (us discolor) cause to change from its normal colour; stain; tarnish. discoloration n.
v. (-t-) disconcert, baffle, frustrate. discomfiture n. [french: related to *dis-, *confection]
—n. - conversation.
- lengthy treatment of a subject. - lecture, speech. —v. (-sing) 1 converse. - speak or write at length on a subject. [latin curro curs- run]
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The typical laboratory mouse runs 2.5 miles per night on its treadmill.