Get thee to a bishopric,she quothed
Your relics are safe in my hands:eek:
"Syllabub is an English sweet frothy drink which was popular from the 16th to 19th centuries, and a dessert based on it, which is still...
Keep them coming SiASL:)
Funny how the trade in UFO memorabilia never took off.They should take lessons from the Catholic Church.:rolleyes:
"oxymoron" I think. I always get that pair of antonyms muddled.
"tautology" is like a redundancy in the expression.
That's a bit like when you owe the bank a few thousand euros and you are in trouble;owe them millions and its their problem.
Try "crop circles" next, coprophilia?....never mind:rolleye:
True.No I haven't studied the report . I just quoted that part of the story as it seemed important.
From that link:
"The research group also looked at the impact of probiotics after a course of antibiotics, which wipe out both good and bad...
As in Eliza Saylittle?
Interesting programme on BBC4 last night:
"Professor Jim Al-Khalili takes a look at how machines have been created that can simulate, augment, and...
Has Saint ever replied to another member's post? (other than with another question)
What subjects do you teach Saint? It is better English to say "Why do women....?" rather than " Why women.....?"
I should have said "very commonly". (perhaps they said "always" ,I can't remember;it was just repeated to me anyway.)
And ,unscientifically I...
And yet I hear pop(or genuine) psychologists claim that people are always putting themselves down.
I personally was diagnosed by one of those...
Any one eat puff balls?They look really uninteresting to me (but I do have a lot of them lying around at the mo)
So are people of higher ability immune from this effect ,or perhaps less (more?) prone to it?
Perhaps equally prone but the disorder goes under a...
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