A lawyer and a doctor were on an extravagant fishing trip.
The lawyer said, "I am here because my house burned down and everything I owned was burned. The insurance company paid a mint for everything I lost."
"Now that’s quite a coincidence," said the doctor, "I’m here because my house and all my belongings were destroyed by a flood, and my insurance company also paid for everything."
The lawyer looked somewhat confused and said, "Really? How do you start a flood?"
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v. Colloq. Stare stupidly or obtrusively. [related to *yelp]
—v. (-zing) (foll. By at, into, on, etc.) Look fixedly. —n. Intent look. [origin unknown]
abbr. Government communications headquarters.
abbr. General certificate of secondary education.
lever n. (also gear shift) lever used to engage or change gear.
- —n. - (often in pl.) A set of toothed wheels that work together, esp. Those connecting the engine of a vehicle to the road wheels. B particular setting of these (first gear). - equipment, apparatus, or tackle. - colloq. Clothing. —v. - (foll. By to) adjust or adapt to. - (often foll. By up) equip with gears. - (foll. By up) make ready or prepared. - put in gear. in gear with a gear engaged. Out of gear with no gear engaged. [old norse] GELD
v. Castrate. [old norse]
n. Unit in a chromosome determining heredity. [german]
- therapy n. Introduction of normal genes into cells in place of defective or missing ones in order to correct genetic disorders. GENT
n. Colloq. - gentleman.
- (the gents) colloq. Men's public lavatory. [shortening of *gentleman] GERM
n. - micro-organism, esp. One causing disease.
- portion of an organism capable of developing into a new one; rudiment of an animal or plant in seed (wheat germ). - thing that may develop; elementary principle. germy adj. (-ier, -iest). [latin germen sprout] - warfare n. Use of germs to spread disease in war. GHEE
n. Indian clarified butter. [hindi from sanskrit]
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