• What is the Definition of Death ?

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  • Hi, I cant understand the following sentence: "Robert infused a dry edge to that retort,which raised a frown from his father lips" thanks?

    Best answer: His father at least had the good grace to flush. He glanced at the handful of servants present, "............and taking that silent cue, the liveried footmen quickly filed from the room. “Dr. Carlson is amazed,” he said as soon as the door closed behind them. “Oh, I would say he undoubtedly is.” Robert... show more
    Best answer: His father at least had the good grace to flush. He glanced at the handful of servants present, "............and taking that silent cue, the liveried footmen quickly filed from the room.

    “Dr. Carlson is amazed,” he said as soon as the door closed behind them.

    “Oh, I would say he undoubtedly is.” Robert infused a dry edge to that retort, which raised a frown from his father’s lips.


    Robert is responding to his father's answer, with a touch of sarcasm, which did not please his father at all...

    The father was worried about his son's wayward ways, his gambling, womanizing, and lack of direction...
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  • This might be a stupid question, but when people use "see:" in writing.?

    Sometimes when someone is writing an article, they sometimes use "see:" For example: "I was talking to a few journalists (see: highly paid hacks) and they told me...." Is there a rule, or a name for this? An actual proper formatting? A see this a lot a don't know what it's called or... show more
    Sometimes when someone is writing an article, they sometimes use "see:" For example: "I was talking to a few journalists (see: highly paid hacks) and they told me...." Is there a rule, or a name for this? An actual proper formatting? A see this a lot a don't know what it's called or where it came from.
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  • The Martian by Andy Weir. What Mark Watney intended to tell Johanssen?

    Best answer: There is a theme in popular culture of 'the cool kids' giving 'the nerds' wedgies in school. In the book it looks like a joking way to say "I'm cool and you're a nerd".
    Best answer: There is a theme in popular culture of 'the cool kids' giving 'the nerds' wedgies in school. In the book it looks like a joking way to say "I'm cool and you're a nerd".
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  • THE MEANING OF INTERMEDIATE RELEASE?

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  • Am I dumb if I pronounce Nikey as Nike?

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  • What pet themed breakfast menu puns can you think of?

    I am trying to throw a pet (cat/dog) themed breakfast. I want the menu items to be pet puns, but I am struggling to think of puns (example: a barkfast purrito instead of breakfast burrito). Help please?! :)
    I am trying to throw a pet (cat/dog) themed breakfast. I want the menu items to be pet puns, but I am struggling to think of puns (example: a barkfast purrito instead of breakfast burrito). Help please?! :)
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  • What does extracurricular activities mean?

    Best answer: Extracurricular activities are after school things - clubs, sports teams, etc. Positions of responsibility mean just that. Were you responsible for performing tasks outside of school that required you to be self-sufficient in getting those tasks done? It could be anywhere from babysitting to heading up a work team... show more
    Best answer: Extracurricular activities are after school things - clubs, sports teams, etc. Positions of responsibility mean just that. Were you responsible for performing tasks outside of school that required you to be self-sufficient in getting those tasks done? It could be anywhere from babysitting to heading up a work team of some sort.
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  • What is the figurative meaning of "put in irons in the hold"?

    Best answer: "In irons" is in iron shackles, like handcuffs and leg restraints. The "hold" is the lower part of a ship, where goods are carried. Not a pleasant place to be confined.
    Best answer: "In irons" is in iron shackles, like handcuffs and leg restraints. The "hold" is the lower part of a ship, where goods are carried. Not a pleasant place to be confined.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should there be an apostrophe in the following sentence?

    Should there be an apostrophe in the following sentence?: ''Generally, new infants sleep between feeds'' I think there should be an apostrophe in the word 'infants'. Many thanks
    Should there be an apostrophe in the following sentence?: ''Generally, new infants sleep between feeds'' I think there should be an apostrophe in the word 'infants'. Many thanks
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  • What does the term Jingle Bells mean?

    I know it is a Christmas Carol but what are jingle bells? Does it mean to shake bells?
    I know it is a Christmas Carol but what are jingle bells? Does it mean to shake bells?
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  • What does "that was so sick" mean? and also what does "dope" means?

    Best answer: "That was so sick", often refers to when someone is trying to say something is really cool. The translation is, that is so cool. Dope means Awesome
    Best answer: "That was so sick", often refers to when someone is trying to say something is really cool. The translation is, that is so cool. Dope means Awesome
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is an example of a "Catty remark"?

    Best answer: Usually a put down made by a jealous 'cat' - most often a woman. Think Joan Rivers: "Boy George is all England needs -- another queen who can't dress." "Elizabeth Taylor, fat? Her favorite food is seconds." but can be made by men: the musical world is awash with them: Beethoven... show more
    Best answer: Usually a put down made by a jealous 'cat' - most often a woman. Think Joan Rivers:

    "Boy George is all England needs -- another queen who can't dress."
    "Elizabeth Taylor, fat? Her favorite food is seconds."

    but can be made by men: the musical world is awash with them:

    Beethoven once remarked to an unnamed composer: I like your opera - I think I will set it to music
    Thomas Beecham described conductor Herbert von Karajan as "a kind of musical Malcolm Sargent"
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  • Do you see any grammatical error in my sentence? If so, can you fix it for me?

    "Johnand I met because our love for the Salsa dance brought us together" Does it make sense? Thank you!
    "Johnand I met because our love for the Salsa dance brought us together" Does it make sense? Thank you!
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  • What is 'Agni Dei?

    Best answer: Agnus Dei = Lamb of God. Marzipan or sugar lambs are made at Easter time in some Catholic countries, so I imagine it refers to those. Agni Dei would be the plural.
    Best answer: Agnus Dei = Lamb of God. Marzipan or sugar lambs are made at Easter time in some Catholic countries, so I imagine it refers to those. Agni Dei would be the plural.
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  • How would life be without the alphabet?

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  • Why do blacks use the n word still?

    Doesn't it kind make them seem stupid and racist...
    Doesn't it kind make them seem stupid and racist...
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