Sherlock Holmes and his friend Watson were on a camping and hiking trip.
They had gone to bed and were lying there looking up at the sky. Holmes said, "Watson, look up. What do you see?"
"Well, I see thousands of stars."
"And what does that mean to you?"
"Well, I guess it means we will have another nice day tomorrow. What does it mean to you, Holmes?"
"To me, it means someone has stolen our tent."
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adj. - tending to recede.
- (of an inherited characteristic) appearing in offspring only when not masked by an inherited dominant characteristic. RECHERCHE
adj. - carefully sought out; rare or exotic.
- far-fetched. [french] RECIPIENT
n. Person who receives something. [italian or latin: related to *receive]
n. - counting or calculating.
- consideration or opinion. - settlement of an account. RECOGNIZE
v. (also -ise) (-zing or -sing) 1 identify as already known.
- realize or discover the nature of. - (foll. By that) realize or admit. - acknowledge the existence, validity, character, or claims of. - show appreciation of; reward. - (foll. By as, for) treat. recognizable adj. [latin recognosco] RECOLLECT
v. - remember.
- succeed in remembering; call to mind. [latin recolligo: related to *collect1] RECOMBINE
v. (-ning) combine again or differently.
v. - suggest as fit for some purpose or use.
- advise as a course of action etc. - (of qualities, conduct, etc.) Make acceptable or desirable. - (foll. By to) commend or entrust (to a person or a person's care). recommendation n. [medieval latin: related to *re-] RECONCILE
v. (-ling) 1 make friendly again after an estrangement.
- (usu. In refl. Or passive; foll. By to) make acquiescent or contentedly submissive to (something disagreeable). - settle (a quarrel etc.). - a harmonize, make compatible. B show the compatibility of by argument or in practice. reconcilable adj. Reconciliation n. [latin: related to *conciliate] RECONDITE
adj. - (of a subject or knowledge) abstruse, out of the way, little known.
- (of an author or style) dealing in abstruse knowledge or allusions, obscure. [latin recondo -dit- put away]
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