A man was driving down the road with twenty penguins in the back seat.
The police stop him and say that he can’t drive around with the penguins in the car and should take them to the zoo.
The man agrees and drives off.
The next day the same man is driving down the road with twenty penguins in the back and again he is stopped by the same police officer who says, "Hey! I thought I told you to take those to the zoo."
The man replies, "I did. Today I’m taking them to the movies."
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adj. Careless of duty; lax, negligent. [latin: related to *remit]
(brit. Remould) —v. - mould again; refashion.
- re-form the tread of (a tyre). —n. Remoulded tyre. REMOTE
adj. (remoter, remotest) 1 far away, far apart, distant.
- isolated; secluded. - distantly related (remote ancestor). - slight, faint (a remote hope; not the remotest chance). - aloof; not friendly. remotely adv. Remoteness n. [latin remotus: related to *remove] - control n. - control of an apparatus from a distance by means of signals transmitted from a radio or electronic device. - such a device. REMOVE
—v. (-ving) 1 take off or away from the place occupied.
- a convey to another place; change the situation of. B get rid of; dismiss. - cause to be no longer present or available; take away (privileges were removed). - (in passive; foll. By from) distant or remote in condition (country is not far removed from anarchy). - (as removed adj.) (esp. Of cousins) separated by a specified number of steps of descent (a first cousin twice removed = a grandchild of a first cousin). —n. - degree of remoteness; distance. - stage in a gradation; degree (several removes from what i expected). - form or division in some schools. removable adj. [latin removeo -mot-] RENAME
v. (-ming) name again; give a new name to.
v. - cause to be or become (rendered us helpless).
- give or pay (money, service, etc.), esp. In return or as a thing due. - (often foll. By to) a give (assistance). B show (obedience etc.). C do (a service etc.). - submit; send in; present (an account, reason, etc.). - a represent or portray. B act (a role). C mus. Perform; execute. - translate. - (often foll. By down) melt down (fat etc.). - cover (stone or brick) with a coat of plaster. rendering n. (esp. In senses 5, 6, and 8). [latin reddo give back] RENEGE
v. (-ging) (often foll. By on) go back on (one's word etc.). [latin nego deny]
n. - curdled milk found in the stomach of an unweaned calf.
- preparation made from the stomach-membrane of a calf or from certain fungi, used in making cheese. [probably old english: related to *run] RENOWN
n. Fame, high distinction. [french renomer make famous]
n. - amount paid or received as rent.
- act of renting. [anglo-french or anglo-latin: related to *rent1]
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