Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Death


65.    Insert,
Thrust,
Or push,
Into or through something,
Be or remain,
Fixed with its point embedded in,
Dialogue in which two characters speak,
Alternate lines of verse,
Used as a stylistic device,
In ancient Greek drama,
The friction which tends to prevent stationary surfaces from,
Being set in motion,
Difficult to turn,
Or operate.

66.    A determined or persistent person,
A person who resist change,
A person who insist,
On a certain quality or type of behaviour,
An armed robbery in which,
A gun is used to threathen people,
Given to stealing,
Tackle or fend off,
By extending an arm rigidly,
Think deeply about something,
That makes one unhappy,
The typical manner in which someone behaves,
Or which something happens,
To route along,
Which someone or something,
Is travelling or would travel,
If unobstructed.

67.    Towards a higher place or position,
Carry,
Have as an attribute or visible mark,
Pleasing the senses of mind,
Aesthetically,
Of a very high standart,
Excellent,
Change from a gas or vapour to a liquid,
A state of affairs,
That must exist before something else is possible,
Bring into the desired state for use,
Prejudice against or in favour of people,
Belonging to a particular social class,
Grasp tigthly,
Something given or played,
Include a new player,
In a card game,
Death.

68.    The scientific study of death,
And practices associated with it ,
Drama portraying the futility of human struggle,
In a senseless world,
One's portion of death,
The object of a person's perception,
The doctrine that human knowledge,
Is confined to the appearences presented to the senses,
Thing,
Appearing to view,
To show,
Phi,
Beta,
Kappa.

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