When the new patient was settled comfortably on the couch, the physiatrist began his therapy session,
"I’m not aware of your problem," the doctor said. "So perhaps, you should start at the very beginning."
"Of course." replied the patient. "In the beginning, I created the Heavens and the Earth…"
n. - pinkish-brown smooth nut with an edible kernel.
- type of hickory producing this. [algonquian]
—n. Lever or key operated by foot, esp. In a vehicle, on a bicycle, or on some musical instruments (e.g. The organ). —v. (-ll-; us -l-) 1 operate the pedals of a bicycle, organ, etc.
- propel (a bicycle etc.) With the pedals. —adj. Of the foot or feet. [latin pes ped- foot]
colloq. —v. (-ving) (usu. As peeved adj.) Irritate, annoy. —n. Cause or state of irritation. [back-formation from *peevish]
adj. - of or concerning punishment or its infliction.
- (of an offence) punishable, esp. By law. penally adv. [latin poena *pain]
pl. Of *penny.
n. Male organ of copulation and (in mammals) urination. [latin]
black n. First adhesive postage stamp (1840, price one penny).
- farthing n. Early type of bicycle with a large front and small rear wheel.
- n. (pl. For separate coins -ies, for a sum of money pence) 1 british coin and monetary unit equal to one-hundredth of a pound.
- hist. British bronze coin and monetary unit equal to one-two-hundred-and-fortieth of a pound. in for a penny, in for a pound exhortation to total commitment to an undertaking. Pennies from heaven unexpected benefits. The penny drops colloq. One understands at last. Penny wise and pound foolish mean in small expenditures but wasteful of large amounts. A pretty penny a large sum of money. Two a penny easily obtained and so almost worthless. [old english]
- whistle n. Tin pipe with six finger holes.
comb. Form five. [greek pente five]
n. (also paeony) (pl. -ies) plant with large globular red, pink, or white flowers. [greek paionia]