A friend was in front of me coming out of church one day, and the preacher was standing at the door as he always is to shake hands.
He grabbed my friend by the hand and pulled him aside. Pastor said, “You need to join the Army of the Lord!”
My friend said, “I’m already in the Army of the Lord, Pastor.”
Pastor questioned, “How come I don’t see you except at Christmas and Easter?”
He whispered back, “I’m in the Secret Service.”
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n. - resigning, esp. From one's job or office.
- letter etc. Conveying this. - reluctant acceptance of the inevitable. [medieval latin: related to *resign] RESPECTABLE
adj. - of acceptable social standing; decent and proper in appearance or behaviour.
- fairly competent (a respectable try). - reasonably good in condition, appearance, number, size, etc. respectability n. Respectably adv. RESPIRATION
n. - a breathing. B single breath in or out.
- biol. (in living organisms) the absorption of oxygen and the release of energy and carbon dioxide. [latin spiro breathe] RESPLENDENT
adj. Brilliant, dazzlingly or gloriously bright. resplendence n. [latin resplendeo shine]
adj. - (often foll. By to, for) liable to be called to account (to a person or for a thing).
- morally accountable for one's actions; capable of rational conduct. - of good credit, position, or repute; respectable; evidently trustworthy. - (often foll. By for) being the primary cause. - involving responsibility. responsibly adv. RESTITUTION
n. - restoring of a thing to its proper owner.
- reparation for an injury (esp. Make restitution). [latin] RESTORATION
n. - restoring or being restored.
- model or representation of the supposed original form of a thing. - (restoration) hist. A (prec. By the) re-establishment of the british monarchy in 1660. B (often attrib.) Literary period following this (restoration comedy). RESTORATIVE
—adj. Tending to restore health or strength. —n. Restorative medicine, food, etc.
adj. Restricting. [french or medieval latin: related to *restrict]
- practice n. Agreement that limits competition or output in industry. RESTRUCTURE
v. (-ring) give a new structure to; rebuild; rearrange.
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