One evening Sherlock Holmes was going along the street and suddenly saw a man down…
- It’s certain, this gentleman is very tired after work… or he is dead drunk… or he is after being with a woman, … — reflected Holmes. As it’s Sunday today, he can’t be coming back from work… At such a late hour all shops are closed, and he couldn’t buy alcohol. So he is coming back from a woman. But in this remote place there are only two women — Watson’s wife and mine. Consequently, as I’m coming back from Watson’s wife, …
- Watson, rascal, get up!!!
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pronunciation n. The form of educated spoken english used in southern england.
n. - person or thing that receives.
- part of a machine or instrument that receives something (esp. The part of a telephone that contains the earpiece). - (in full official receiver) person appointed by a court to administer the property of a bankrupt or insane person, or property under litigation. - radio or television receiving apparatus. - person who receives stolen goods. RECHARGE
—v. (-ging) charge (a battery etc.) Again or be recharged. —n. Recharging or being recharged. rechargeable adj.
adj. Disregarding the consequences or danger etc.; rash. recklessly adv. Recklessness n. [old english reck concern oneself]
v. (-thing) clothe again or differently.
v. Colour again or differently.
delivery n. Post office service in which the dispatch and receipt of an item are recorded.
n. - apparatus for recording, esp. A video or tape recorder.
- (also recorder) barrister or solicitor of at least ten years' standing, serving as a part-time judge. - wooden or plastic wind instrument with holes covered by the fingers. - keeper of records. RECOURSE
n. - resort to a possible source of help.
- person or thing resorted to. have recourse to turn to (a person or thing) for help. [latin: related to *course] RECOVERY
n. (pl. -ies) recovering or being recovered. [anglo-french recoverie: related to *recover]
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