Jack was living in Arizona during a heat wave when the following took place.
"It"s just too hot to wear clothes today," complained Jack as he stepped out of the shower. "Honey, what do you think the neighbors would think if I mowed the lawn like this?"
"Probably that I married you for your money."
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n. Slang = *old bill. [diminutive of william]
- of exchange n. Written order to pay a sum of money on a given date to the drawer or to a named payee. - of fare n. Menu. - of lading n. Detailed list of a ship's cargo. - —n. - statement of charges for goods or services. - draft of a proposed law. - poster, placard. - programme of entertainment. - us banknote. —v. - send a statement of charges to. - put in the programme; announce. - (foll. By as) advertise as. [medieval latin bulla seal] - —n. - bird's beak. - narrow promontory. —v. (of doves etc.) Stroke bills. bill and coo exchange caresses. [old english] - n. - hist. Weapon with a hooked blade. - = *billhook. [old english]
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