A preacher went into his church and he was praying to God.
While he was praying, he asked God, "How long is 10 million years to you?"
He replied, "1 second."
The next day the preacher asked God, “God, how much is 10 million dollars to you?"
And God replied, "A penny."
Then finally the next day the preacher asked God, “God, can I have one of your pennies?"
And God replied, "Just wait a sec."
adj. (of a price, demand, etc.) Grossly excessive. [latin: related to *orbit]
adj. That can be expanded.
—adj. - living abroad.
- exiled. —n. Expatriate person. —v. (-ting) 1 expel (a person) from his or her native country.
- refl. Renounce one's citizenship. expatriation n. [latin patria native land]
n. (pl. -ies) 1 state of expectation.
- (foll. By of) prospective chance.
n. - journey or voyage for a particular purpose, esp. Exploration.
- people etc. Undertaking this.
- speed. [latin: related to *expedite]
adj. That may be sacrificed or dispensed with; not worth preserving or saving.
—n. - observation of or practical acquaintance with facts or events.
- knowledge or skill resulting from this.
- event or activity participated in or observed (a rare experience). —v. (-cing) 1 have experience of; undergo.
- feel. [latin experior -pert- try]
—n. Procedure adopted in the hope of success, or for testing a hypothesis etc., or to demonstrate a known fact. —v. (often foll. By on, with) make an experiment. experimentation n. Experimenter n. [latin: related to *experience]
adj. That can be explained.
n. - explanatory account.
- explanation or commentary.
- mus. Part of a movement in which the principal themes are presented.
- large public exhibition. [latin: related to *expound]