One night a father sent his kid to bed. Five minutes later the boy screamed, “Dad! Can you get me a glass of water!?!”
“No. You had your chance.”
A minute later the boy screamed, “Dad!! Can you get me a glass of water?”
“No. You had your chance. Next time you ask I’ll come up there and spank you.”
“Dad! When you come up to spank me can you bring me a glass of water?”
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v. (-zing; past refroze; past part. Refrozen) freeze again.
past part. Of *refreeze.
n. - person who kills or helps to kill a king.
- killing of a king. [latin rex reg- king, *-cide] REGIMENT
—n. - a permanent unit of an army, usu. Commanded by a colonel and divided into several companies, troops, or batteries. B operational unit of artillery etc.
- (usu. Foll. By of) large or formidable array or number. —v. - organize (esp. Oppressively) in groups or according to a system. - form into a regiment or regiments. regimentation n. [latin: related to *regimen] REGISTER
office n. State office where civil marriages are conducted.
- —n. - official list, e.g. Of births, marriages, and deaths, of children in a class, of shipping, of professionally qualified persons, or of qualified voters in a constituency. - book in which items are recorded for reference. - device recording speed, force, etc. - a compass of a voice or instrument. B part of this compass (lower register). - adjustable plate for widening or narrowing an opening and regulating a draught, esp. In a fire-grate. - a set of organ pipes. B sliding device controlling this. - = *cash register. - form of a language (colloquial, literary, etc.) Used in particular circumstances. - computing a memory location having specific properties and quick access time. —v. - set down (a name, fact, complaint, etc.) Formally; record in writing. - enter or cause to be entered in a particular register. - commit (a letter etc.) To registered post. - (of an instrument) record automatically; indicate. - a express (an emotion) facially or by gesture (registered surprise). B (of an emotion) show in a person's face or gestures. - make an impression on a person's mind. [latin regero -gest- transcribe, record] REGISTRY
n. (pl. -ies) place where registers or records are kept. [medieval latin: related to *register]
- office n. = *register office. REGULATE
v. (-ting) 1 control by rule.
- subject to restrictions. - adapt to requirements. - alter the speed of (a machine or clock) so that it works accurately. regulator n. Regulatory adj. [latin: related to *regular] REHEARSE
v. (-sing) 1 practise (a play, music, etc.) For later public performance.
- hold a rehearsal. - train (a person) by rehearsal. - recite or say over. - give a list of, enumerate. [anglo-french: related to *hearse] REIMPOSE
v. (-sing) impose again, esp. After a lapse.
n. (pl. Same or -s) subarctic deer with large antlers. [old norse]
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A cat sees about six times better than a human at night.