No help to me.
Though not 100% true, that is the standard.
“Et cetera” in Latin means “and others.” So saying “and et cetera” is saying “and and others.”
continue: verb, 1. to go on after suspension or interruption: The program continued after an intermission. 2. to go on or keep …
Ever tried to use one? Worst still, user friendly mainframe interface – there you go, four in a row! Cheers Two-Dan
mild kick , the kick is always hard and solid. there couldnt be something like ‘mild kick’.
One would think Kansas City would be located in Kansas.
This phrased was used in a Snopes article.
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It’s just a dead end!
Definition of an accident is an unforeseeable, unintentional, unmanageabe event. You cannot pervent an accident.
I can’t believ this is missing from the list! A sure winner….
A lil’ bit sexist, but for the fun of it… P.S.: ↓ these verification images are really unreadable. Take it or leave …
If someone has become a teenager they have grown up beyond the stage of childhood and are now living through their teenhood.
marketing where the goal is reducing the demand for goods or services.
The faster I go the longer it takes?
from Dictionary.com con·gress [n. kong-gris; v. kuhn-gres, kuhng-] Show IPA noun 1. ( initial capital letter ) a. the national legislative …
suprised not to see this on your list.