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."
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—v. (-ring) 1 look fiercely or fixedly.
- shine dazzlingly or oppressively. —n. - a strong fierce light, esp. Sunshine. B oppressive public attention (glare of publicity). - fierce or fixed look. - tawdry brilliance. [low german or dutch] GLASS
fibre n. Filaments of glass made into fabric or embedded in plastic as reinforcement.
- wool n. Mass of fine glass fibres for packing and insulation. - —n. - a (often attrib.) Hard, brittle, usu. Transparent substance, made by fusing sand with soda and lime etc. B substance of similar properties. - glass objects collectively. - a glass drinking vessel. B its contents. - mirror. - glazed frame for plants. - barometer. - covering of a watch-face. - lens. - (in pl.) A spectacles. B binoculars. —v. (usu. As glassed adj.) Fit with glass. glassful n. (pl. -s). [old english] GLAZE
—v. (-zing) 1 fit (a window etc.) With glass or (a building) with windows.
- a cover (pottery etc.) With a glaze. B fix (paint) on pottery thus. - cover (pastry, cloth, etc.) With a glaze. - (often foll. By over) (of the eyes) become glassy. - give a glassy surface to. —n. - vitreous substance for glazing pottery. - smooth shiny coating on food etc. - thin coat of transparent paint to modify underlying tone. - surface formed by glazing. [from *glass] GLEAM
—n. Faint or brief light or show. —v. Emit gleams, shine. [old english]
v. - acquire (facts etc.) In small amounts.
- gather (corn left by reapers). [french] GLEBE
n. Piece of land as part of a clergyman's benefice and providing income. [latin gl(a)eba clod, soil]
path n. Aircraft's line of descent to land.
- —v. (-ding) 1 move smoothly and continuously. - (of an aircraft or pilot) fly without engine-power. - pass gradually or imperceptibly. - go stealthily. - cause to glide. —n. Gliding movement. [old english] GLINT
—v. Flash, glitter. —n. Flash, sparkle. [probably scandinavian]
n. Slang showy glamour. glitzy adj. (-ier, -iest). [from *glitter, *ritzy]
—v. (often foll. By over etc.) Look or consider with greed, malice, etc. —n. Act of gloating. [origin unknown]
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A cheetah can run 105 kilometres per hour.(on short distances)