A little boy comes home with his mother from a trip down town. Above his head he has a big bunch of balloons.
- Why do you need so many? - Asks his father. - Did not your mother and I teach you that you should save your money?
- I did not spend any! Its just that every time Mummy bought something the salesperson gave me a free balloon.
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—n. - a slip-knot with a double loop. B ribbon etc. So tied.
- curved piece of wood etc. With a string stretched across its ends, for shooting arrows. - rod with horsehair stretched along its length, for playing the violin etc. - shallow curve or bend; thing of this form. —v. (also absol.) Use a bow on (a violin etc.). [old english] - —v. - incline the head or body, esp. In greeting or acknowledgement. - submit (bowed to the inevitable). - cause (the head etc.) To incline. —n. Act of bowing. bow and scrape toady. Bow down 1 bend or kneel esp. In submission or reverence. - make stoop; crush (bowed down by care). Bow out 1 exit (esp. Formally). - withdraw; retire. Take a bow acknowledge applause. [old english] - n. - (often in pl.) Front end of a boat. - rower nearest this. [low german or dutch: related to *bough]
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