- Ahmed al-Rhazib.
- Three to five times a week.
- No, no… I mean male or female?
- Male, female, sometimes camel.
- Holy cow!
- Yes, cow, sheep, animals in general.
- But isn’t that hostile?
- Horse style, doggy style, any style!
- Oh dear!
- No, no! Deer run too fast.
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—v. (-king) express sharp disapproval to (a person) for a fault; censure. —n. Rebuking or being rebuked. [anglo-french]
—v. - summon to return.
- recollect, remember. - bring back to memory; serve as a reminder of. - revoke or annul (an action or decision). - revive, resuscitate. - take back (a gift). —n. - summons to come back. - act of remembering. - ability to remember. - possibility of recalling, esp. In the sense of revoking (beyond recall). RECANT
v. (also absol.) Withdraw and renounce (a former belief or statement) as erroneous or heretical. recantation n. [latin: related to *chant]
—v. (past and past part. Recast) 1 cast again (a play, net, votes, etc.).
- put into a new form; improve the arrangement of. —n. - recasting. - recast form. RECEDE
v. (-ding) 1 go or shrink back or further off.
- be left at an increasing distance by an observer's motion. - slope backwards (a receding chin). - decline in force or value. [latin recedere -cess-: related to *cede] RECENT
—adj. - not long past; that happened, began to exist, or existed, lately.
- not long established; lately begun; modern. - (recent) geol. Of the most recent epoch of the quaternary period. —n. (recent) geol. This epoch. recently adv. [latin recens -ent-] RECESS
—n. - space set back in a wall.
- (often in pl.) Remote or secret place. - temporary cessation from work, esp. Of parliament. —v. - make a recess in. - place in a recess. - us take a recess; adjourn. [latin recessus: related to *recede] RECIPE
n. - statement of the ingredients and procedure required for preparing a cooked dish.
- (foll. By for) certain means to (an outcome) (recipe for disaster). [2nd sing. Imperative of latin recipio *receive] RECITE
v. (-ting) 1 repeat aloud or declaim (a poem or passage) from memory.
- give a recitation. - enumerate. [latin recito read out] RECKON
v. - (often foll. By that) be of the considered opinion; think.
- consider or regard (reckoned to be the best). - count or compute by calculation. - (foll. By in) count in or include in computation. - make calculations; add up an account or sum. - (foll. By on) rely on, count on, or base plans on. - (foll. By with or without) take (or fail to take) into account. [old english]
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