As a senior citizen was driving down the freeway, his car phone rang. Answering, he heard his wife"s voice urgently warning him, "Herman, I just heard on the news that there"s a car going the wrong way on 280. Please be careful!"
"Heck," said Herman, "It"s not just one car. It"s hundreds of them!"
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n. - way of acting or advancing, esp. In business or legal action.
- way of performing a task. - series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner. procedural adj. [french: related to *proceed] PROCESSOR
n. Machine that processes things, esp.: 1 = *central processor.
- = *food processor. PROCREATE
v. (-ting) (often absol.) Produce (offspring) naturally. procreation n. Procreative adj. [latin: related to *create]
n. (pl. -ies) 1 profane act or language; blasphemy.
- swear-word. PROFESSED
adj. - self-acknowledged (professed christian).
- alleged, ostensible. professedly adv. PROFESSOR
n. - a (often as a title) highest-ranking academic teaching in a university department; holder of a university chair. B us university teacher.
- person who professes a religion etc. professorial adj. Professorship n. PROFITEER
—v. Make or seek excessive profits, esp. Illegally or on the black market. —n. Person who profiteers.
n. (pl. -noses) forecast, esp. Of the course of a disease. [greek gignosko know]
(us program) —n. - list of events, performers, etc. At a public function etc.
- radio or television broadcast. - plan of events (programme is dinner and an early night). - course or series of studies, lectures, etc. - (usu. Program) series of coded instructions for a computer etc. —v. (-mm-; us -m-) 1 make a programme of. - (usu. Program) express (a problem) or instruct (a computer) by means of a program. programmable adj. Programmatic adj. Programmer n. (in sense 5 of n.). [greek grapho write] PROJECTOR
n. Apparatus for projecting slides or film on to a screen.
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When a giraffe"s baby is born it falls from a height of six feet, normally without being hurt.