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#153775 - 01/15/06 04:35 AM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
wow ^^ this word is difficult. When I think about it, it hurts even now. It makes me so hard! my head hurts!!!! ^^;; maybe becos' I don't understand dictionary an exact statement or description of the nature!!!! ……. the environment here is very lettered!
I feel heavy... Don't get me wrong... I feel light... and I have to practice makes perfect!!!
~goodnite ^O^;;;;; (doing yawn!)
#153776 - 01/15/06 08:53 AM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
No, but I might could of picked it out of a list of daffynitions. I'll go look it up now.
I'll parboly not remember it and would most likely use a periphrase next time the concept comes up
#153777 - 01/15/06 09:20 AM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
Loc: rego park
now i am going to read other comments.(and yours in white)_________________________
my other obsession
#153778 - 01/15/06 10:15 AM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
Loc: lower upstate New York
No, I'd never heard it before but I know the word aliquota in Portuguese. I'll now read up to see whether it and the English word are real cognates or false friends.
#153779 - 01/15/06 01:02 PM preliminary returns
Loc: Worcester, MA
...so far make it seven yes, one maybe yes, and four no.
Does that conform to or refute expectations?
#153780 - 01/15/06 02:03 PM Re: preliminary returns
Loc: Aladamnbama the most watered s...
Gee whiz, Wofadoc, did you help count the votes down in Florida?
I count (6) "yes" votes, and (6) "no" votes (including my "no" vote that I haven't yet voted) along with (1) vote that was thrown out for being indefinate.
The polls will remain open until a tie-breaking vote is cast.
Then we will see if Bill Buckley is more word-worthy than the voting majority here on Awad.
Tic tic tic...
#153781 - 01/15/06 03:23 PM Re: preliminary returns
Since I no longer am expected to have any knowledge, in the future you can just assume "no" until I *care otherwise.
jimmy (just say no) obvious
#153782 - 01/15/06 03:34 PM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
Loc: New York City
Alright, well I've seen it a bunch, and I think I did once bother to look it up. But it would seem did not bother to remember it, and I was content to believe it was something I'd once seen written in association with the weight of a can of over-cooked peas; on a not entirely unrelated note, I wonder if Mr. Buckley is thumb-indexed.
Edited by inselpeter (01/15/06 03:35 PM)
#153783 - 01/15/06 03:53 PM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
> Mr. Buckley
formerly known as etaoin...
#153784 - 01/15/06 07:05 PM Re: Quick! Without checking a dictonary. Vote !
No, I don't know what it means either.
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