An English teacher wrote these words on the whiteboard: «woman without her man is nothing». The teacher then asked the students to punctuate the words correctly. The men wrote: «Woman, without her man, is nothing.»The women wrote: «Woman! Without her, man is nothing.»
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adj. Of or in the spleen. [latin from greek: related to *spleen]
colloq. —n. Daub, blot, or smear. —v. (-ging) make a splodge on. splodgy adj. [alteration of *splotch]
n. & v. = *splodge. splotchy adj. [origin uncertain]
colloq. —n. - sudden extravagance.
- ostentatious display or effort. —v. (-ging) (usu. Foll. By on) spend large sums of money or make a great effort. [probably imitative] SPOILER
n. - retarding device on an aircraft, interrupting the air flow.
- similar device on a vehicle to increase contact with the ground at speed. SPONDEE
n. Metrical foot consisting of two long syllables (&spondee.). spondaic adj. [greek sponde libation, with which songs in this metre were associated]
n. Parasitic person.
—n. - person who pledges money to a charity etc. In return for another person fulfilling a sporting etc. Challenge.
- a patron of an artistic or sporting activity etc. B company etc. Supporting a broadcast in return for advertising time. - person who introduces legislation. - godparent at a baptism or (esp. Rc ch.) Person who presents a candidate for baptism. —v. Be a sponsor for. sponsorial adj. Sponsorship n. [latin spondeo spons- pledge] SPORRAN
n. Pouch worn in front of the kilt. [gaelic sporan]
dick n. Suet pudding containing currants.
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