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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—n. Excrement of animals; manure. —v. Apply dung to (land). [old english]
v. - dip (food) into liquid before eating.
- immerse. [german tunken dip] DUPE
—n. Victim of deception. —v. (-ping) deceive, trick. [french]
mater n. Tough outermost membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord. [medieval latin = hard mother, translation of arabic]
n. Darker stage of twilight. [old english]
bowl n. Desert made by drought or erosion.
- cover n. - = *dust-sheet. - = *dust-jacket. - —n. - finely powdered earth or other material etc. (pollen dust). - dead person's remains. - confusion, turmoil. —v. - wipe the dust from (furniture etc.). - a sprinkle with powder, sugar, etc. B sprinkle (sugar, powder, etc.). dust down 1 dust the clothes of. - colloq. Reprimand. - = dust off. Dust off 1 remove the dust from. - use again after a long period. When the dust settles when things quieten down. [old english] DUTY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 a moral or legal obligation; responsibility. B binding force of what is right.
- tax on certain goods, imports, etc. - job or function arising from a business or office (playground duty). - deference; respect due to a superior. do duty for serve as or pass for (something else). On (or off) duty working (or not working). [anglo-french: related to *due] DYKE
(also dike) —n. - embankment built to prevent flooding.
- low wall of turf or stone. —v. (-king) provide or protect with dyke(s). [related to *ditch] - n. (also dike) slang lesbian. [origin unknown] DYNE
n. Physics force required to give a mass of one gram an acceleration of one centimetre per second per second. [greek dunamis force]
n. Russian country cottage. [russian]
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