A man went to the Police Station wishing to speak with the burglar who had broken into his house the night before.
"You"ll get your chance in court," said the sergeant.
"No, no no!" said the man. "I want to know how he got into the house without waking my wife. I"ve been trying to do that for years!"
bull terrier n. Small american dog noted for ferocity.
- of the stomach n. Depression below the breastbone.
- —n. - a deep hole in the ground, usu. Large. B coalmine. C covered hole as a trap for animals.
- hollow on a surface, esp. An indentation of the skin.
- a = orchestra pit (see *orchestra 2). B usu. Hist. Seating at the back of the stalls.
- (the pits) slang worst imaginable place, situation, person, etc.
- a area at the side of a track where racing cars are serviced and refuelled. B sunken area in a workshop floor for access to a car's underside. —v. (-tt-) 1 (usu. Foll. By against) set (one's wits, strength, etc.) In competition.
- (usu. As pitted adj.) Make pits, scars, craters, etc. In.
- put into a pit. [old english from latin puteus well]
- v. (-tt-) (usu. As pitted adj.) Remove stones from (fruit). [origin uncertain]
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