Two cowboys come upon an Indian lying on his stomach with his ear to the ground. One of the cowboys stops and says to the other, "You see that Indian?"
"Yeah," says the other cowboy.
"Look," says the first one, "he’s listening to the ground. He can hear things for miles in any direction."
Just then the Indian looks up. "Covered wagon," he says, "about two miles away. Have two horses, one brown, one white. Man, woman, child, household effects in wagon."
"Incredible!" says the cowboy to his friend. "This Indian knows how far away they are, how many horses, what color they are, who is in the wagon, and what is in the wagon. Amazing!"
The Indian looks up and says, "Ran over me about a half hour ago."
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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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