A speeding motorist was caught by radar from a police helicopter in the sky.
An officer pulled him over and began to issue a traffic ticket.
"How did you know I was speeding?" the frustrated driver asked.
The police officer pointed somberly toward the sky.
"You mean," asked the motorist, "that even He is against me?"
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age n. Set of beliefs replacing traditional western culture, with alternative approaches to religion, medicine, the environment, etc.
- arrival n. Colloq. Newborn child. - broom n. New employee etc. Eager to make changes. - mathematics n.pl. (also new maths) (also treated as sing.) System of elementary maths teaching with an emphasis on investigation and set theory. - moon n. - moon when first seen as a crescent after conjunction with the sun. - time of its appearance. - potatoes n.pl. Earliest potatoes of a new crop. - star n. Nova. - style n. Dating reckoned by the gregorian calendar. - testament n. Part of the bible concerned with the life and teachings of christ and his earliest followers. - town n. Town planned and built all at once with government funds. - wave n. A style of rock music. - world n. North and south america. - year n. Year just begun or about to begin; first few days of a year. - year's day n. - january. - year's eve n. 31 december. - —adj. - a of recent origin or arrival. B made, discovered, acquired, or experienced recently or now for the first time. - in original condition; not worn or used. - a renewed; reformed (new life; the new order). B reinvigorated (felt like a new person). - different from a recent previous one (has a new job). - (often foll. By to) unfamiliar or strange (all new to me). - (usu. Prec. By the) often derog. A later, modern. B newfangled. C given to new or modern ideas. D recently affected by social change (the new rich). - (often prec. By the) advanced in method or theory. - (in place-names) discovered or founded later than and named after (new york). —adv. (usu. In comb.) Newly, recently (new-found; new-baked). newish adj. Newness n. [old english]
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