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JENERY Bruce/Caitlyn family gathering, including rabbit named
Bruce.


----please, draw me a sheep----
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Veinery- establishment for the sophisticated vampire


(https://youtu.be/V2yqpsxV2a8)

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Vennery- strange loops ( (Translation- language and consciousness) )

So interesting to me. Order of discovery:
Chauntecleer.....

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...r-is-a-computer

Chauntecleer-English words first attested in Chaucer-Aureate-Inkhorn terms-uncleftish beholding-Le Ton beau de Marot-machine translation- !

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Conptellate- full of silence

Conptellate- a formation of flying reptiles with advanced communication skills, a.k.a. Jurassic flyby

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AD HOC

PRONUNCIATION: (ad HOK)

MEANING: adverb, adjective: For a particular purpose only (as opposed to a wider application); impromptu.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ad hoc (for this). Earliest documented use: 1639.

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AD HIC - this plus a singultus

DAD HOC - Father can't afford your college tuition

AB HOC - from Latin, "away from this". Easily distracted; does everything EXCEPT the task at hand.

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WHEREWITH

PRONUNCIATION: (hwer-WITH)

MEANING:
adverb: With which.
pronoun: The thing(s) with which.
conjunction: By means of which.

ETYMOLOGY: From where + with. Earliest documented use: 1200.

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WHEREWISH - what the Genie of the Lamp at the travel agency asks you

WHEREDITH - first name of Mr. Milson, who collaborated with the Rev. William Spooner to write the Broadway show "The Manic Muse" (ref. upon request)


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WHEREDITH - first name of Mr. Milson, who collaborated with the Rev. William Spooner to write the Broadway show "The Manic Muse" (ref. upon request)



We've got rubble
Right here in Triver City.

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WHEREDITH - first name of Mr. Milson, who collaborated with the Rev. William Spooner to write the Broadway show "The Manic Muse" (ref. upon request)

We've got rubble
Right here in Triver City.

You must have read about it in Captain Willy's Biz Bang...

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WHEREWIT: subpar comedian.

WHEEWITH: Let's ride the roller coaster!

WHEREWITCH: Look under the house.

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