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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by AV1911, Aug 1, 2010.
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A glacier 10 nautical miles long draining the south slopesof Anderson Heights in the Bush Mountains.
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Mincing is a food preparation technique in which food ingredients are finely divided into uniform pieces. MINCED food is in smaller pieces than diced or chopped foods, and is often prepared with a chef's knife or food processor.
Sent From Me On A Toilet.
The Ragdoll is a cat breed with blue eyes and a distinct colorpoint coat. MITTED Ragdolls have white chins, while Birmans have colored chins.
Demisted - what my defroster did to my windshield.
Two-FISTED Tales was a bimonthly, anthology war comic published by EC Comics in the early 1950s. The title originated in 1950 when Harvey Kurtzman suggested to William Gaines that they publish an adventure comic. Kurtzman became the editor of Two-Fisted Tales, and with the advent of the Korean War, he soon narrowed the focus to war stories. The title was a companion comic to Frontline Combat, and stories Kurtzman wrote for both books often displayed an anti-war attitude. As The New Two-Fisted Tales, it returned to adventure-themed stories in issues #36 through #39, co-edited by John Severin and Colin Dawkins.
LISTEN to what you know instead of what you fear.
Liston may refer to:
Liston, Essex, a hamlet in England
Liston, New South Wales, a village in Australia
Liston College, a New Zealand secondary school
Emil Liston (1890–1949), American athletic coach and administrator
Eoin Liston (born 1957), Irish sportsperson
Henry Liston (1771-1836), Scottish minister and inventor
James Michael Liston (1881–1976), New Zealand Catholic bishop
John Liston (ca. 1776-1846), English comedian
Larry Liston (born 1952), American politician, Colorado House of Representatives
Melba Liston (1926–1999), American jazz musician
Robert Liston (1794–1847), Scottish surgeon
Robert Liston (diplomat) (1742–1836), British diplomat
Robert Liston (minister) (1730–1796), Scottish clergyman
Sonny Liston (Unknown–1970), American boxer
Tom Liston, American security analyst
Virginia Liston (1890–1932), American blues and jazz singer
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On my right hip.
parts of kidney nephron in correct order:
Definition - glomerulus, glomarulor capsule, proximal tubule, loop of henle, distol tubule, collecting duct.
You got me stumped!
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