A staighto a little drugs are good you need to live a bit before you die
Mao Zedong killed 70 million people
Stalin (an ethnic Georgian, not white. Nice try) killed 40 million
Mongols killed off 1/3 of humanity
Central Asians brought the black plague to Europe which killed off 1/3 of the European population.
Spaniards killed off the majority of Native Americans and stole most of...
I have checked the definition, however, if someone said to you. You exceeded the pass mark of a test would that mean you did a little better than the pass mark or went above and beyond and aced it?
Fifty, sixty years ago, all of them would have been heard. Today, you MIGHT hear 'swell'. Those synonyms for 'good', 'wise' or 'smart' are long-outdated.
An expression of thanks for an kind action, or a kind word , advice. Or it could even be a gift .
It is something that is of great value for the receiver that will benefit the person, emotionally, physically or materially.
I'm writing a story about a rather nasty person and need some unpleasant words to call some one's wife. But I'm drawing a blank, any thoughts?
The words mean suggests that the writer thinks you are a wimp and either physically weak for getting sick and/or mentally weak for not coming into work anyway.
The smiley face suggest that they are "just kidding".
Some people will kid to lighten the mood and make you laugh, while others will say...
Repent is metanoia in Greek. It always means to change your mind. A person can change their mind about unbelief, and believe in Jesus. That is the repentance that saves.
A person could change their mind about sin and turn from it. But that is not part of salvation. They should for other reasons, obviously. ...
It is a clean way of describing something that will not usually get you reported for insulting the other user. Words like stupid, moronic, and idiotic are more likely to get you reported.
Is it referring to injecting illegal drugs into a person.
Yes, it's perfectly correct to say "I used to want to". You are talking about a preference in the past that is no longer true.
I ain’t known this.
I had not known this.