An English teacher wrote these words on the whiteboard: «woman without her man is nothing». The teacher then asked the students to punctuate the words correctly. The men wrote: «Woman, without her man, is nothing.»The women wrote: «Woman! Without her, man is nothing.»
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—v. - exhibit; show.
- reveal; betray. —n. - displaying. - a exhibition or show. B thing(s) displayed. - ostentation. - mating rituals of some birds etc. - what is shown on a visual display unit etc. [latin plico fold] DISPORT
v. (often refl.) Play, frolic, enjoy oneself. [anglo-french porter carry, from latin]
v. (-sing) 1 (usu. Foll. By to, or to + infin.) A make willing; incline (was disposed to agree). B tend (wheel was disposed to buckle).
- arrange suitably. - (as disposed adj.) Have a specified inclination (ill-disposed; well-disposed). - determine events (man proposes, god disposes). dispose of 1 a deal with. B get rid of. C finish. D kill. - sell. - prove (an argument etc.) Incorrect. [french: related to *pose] DISPUTE
—v. (-ting) 1 debate, argue.
- discuss, esp. Heatedly; quarrel. - question the truth or validity of (a statement etc.). - contend for (disputed territory). - resist, oppose. —n. - controversy; debate. - quarrel. - disagreement leading to industrial action. in dispute 1 being argued about. - (of a workforce) involved in industrial action. [latin puto reckon] DISROBE
v. (-bing) literary undress.
v. - interrupt the continuity of; bring disorder to.
- break apart. disruption n. Disruptive adj. Disruptively adv. [latin: related to *rupture] DISSECT
v. - cut into pieces, esp. For examination or post mortem.
- analyse or criticize in detail. dissection n. [latin: related to *section] DISSENT
—v. (often foll. By from) 1 disagree, esp. Openly.
- differ, esp. From the established or official opinion. —n. - such difference. - expression of this. [latin: related to *dis-, sentio feel] DISTAFF
n. Cleft stick holding wool or flax for spinning by hand. [old english]
- side n. Female branch of a family. DISTANT
adj. - far away; at a specified distance (three miles distant).
- remote in time, relationship, etc. (distant prospect; distant relation). - aloof. - abstracted (distant stare). - faint (distant memory). distantly adv.
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Swans and Ducks are the only birds with penises.