A kindergarten teacher was observing her classroom of children while they drew. She would occasionally walk around to see each child’s artwork.
As she got to one little girl who was working diligently, she asked what her drawing was.
The girl replied, "I’m drawing God."
The teacher paused and said, "But no one knows what God looks like."
Without missing a beat, or looking up from her drawing the girl replied, "They will in a minute."
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v. (-king) (often foll. By up) 1 feed and tend (a fire or furnace etc.).
- colloq. Fill oneself with food. [back-formation from *stoker] STOLE
n. - woman's garment like a long wide scarf, worn over the shoulders.
- strip of silk etc. Worn similarly by a priest. [greek stole equipment, clothing] - past of *steal. STOMA
n. (pl. -s or stomata) 1 minute pore in the epidermis of a leaf.
- small mouthlike artificial orifice made in the stomach. [greek stoma mouth] STOMP
—v. Tread or stamp heavily. —n. Lively jazz dance with heavy stamping. [var. Of *stamp]
age n. Prehistoric period when weapons and tools were made of stone.
- —n. - a solid non-metallic mineral matter; rock. B small piece of this. - (often in comb.) Piece of stone of a definite shape or for a particular purpose. - a thing resembling stone, e.g. The hard case of the kernel in some fruits. B (often in pl.) Hard morbid concretion in the body. - (pl. Same) unit of weight equal to 14 lb. - = *precious stone. - (attrib.) Made of stone. —v. (-ning) 1 pelt with stones. - remove the stones from (fruit). cast (or throw) stones speak ill of a person. Leave no stone unturned try all possible means. A stone's throw a short distance. [old english] STONY
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 full of stones.
- a hard, rigid. B unfeeling, uncompromising. stonily adv. Stoniness n. STOOD
past and past part. Of *stand.
—n. Group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field. —v. Arrange in stooks. [related to low german stuke]
n. - single seat without a back or arms.
- = *footstool. - (usu. In pl.) = *faeces. [old english] STOOP
—v. - lower the body, sometimes bending the knee; bend down.
- stand or walk with the shoulders habitually bent forward. - (foll. By to + infin.) Condescend. - (foll. By to) descend to (some conduct). —n. Stooping posture. [old english] - n. Us porch, small veranda, or steps in front of a house. [dutch stoep]
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Tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur.