Camille gave Alisha the right, or accurate, directions to the local store.
Earl did the right and proper thing when he told the woman that she dropped her billfold out of her purse while she was walking in the store.2. Situated on the side of the body that is opposite to left side: Daniel raised his right hand to take the oath of allegiance.
2. Property ownership, often used in the plural: Karin owned the mineral right, or mineral rights, in the remote mountain region.
Antonio bought the right to use the film of the new novel based on the reputation of the author.
3. Often capitalized, to designate a political party or individual who is politically conservative: Members of the Right have voiced their opinions on this economic proposal.
2. The prescribed or customary form for conducting a religious or other solemn ceremony: Incense is often burned in this religious rite.
The opening rite for the summer solstice was very elaborate.
2. To form letters, words, or symbols on a surface like paper with an instrument; such as, a pen, a pencil, a typewriter, etc.: Stanley's daily rite was to write in his journal and so it was easy for him to compose a blog with his computer, too.
Marla intends to write a symphony before she is 20 years old.
The author was determined to write his autobiography when he retired.
Vincent tried to write about the playwright who wanted to depict the correct wedding ceremony or the right rite.
A minister of a church was asked if he and his congregation kneel to pray in his church. He responded with, "No, we stand up for our rites."
It was her rite (formal custom) to write so much, but was it right for her to expect her readers to read everything?
Bigamy is the only crime on the books where two rites make a wrong.
2. To express or to communicate in writing; to give a written account of something.
3. To execute or produce by setting down words, figures, etc.
5. To compose and produce in words or characters duly set down; such as, to write a letter to a friend.
6. To produce as an author or composer; as, to write a sonnet; to write a symphony.
These tags are often used on reusable containers and other assets.
When the contents of the container are changed, new information is written to the tag. Read-write tags are more expensive than read-only tags.
Information can be added or changed.
2. The rate at which information is transferred to a tag.
artery, the study of paintings.
bacteria, the back door of a cafeteria.
barium, what doctors do when patients die.
bowel, a letter like a, e, i, o, or u.
caesarean section, a neighborhood in Rome.
cat scan, searching for a lost cat.
cauterize, making eye-contact with a girl.
coma, a punctuation mark.
dilate, to live a long time.
enema, not a friend .
euthanasia, Chinese, Japanese, etc. adolescents.
fibula, a small lie.
genital, not a Jew.
hangnail, a coat hook.
impotent, distinguished, well known.
labor pain, getting hurt at work.
malfeasance, exorbitant charges for professional services.
medical staff, a doctors cane.
morbid, a higher offer.
nitrates, cheaper than day rates.
node, was aware of, knew.
1. The art of writing using a pen or pencil stuck up ones nose.
2. The writing done by a nasograph.
outpatient, someone who has fainted.
pap smear, a fatherhood test.
pelvis, a cousin of Elvis.
prophylactic, a person who favors birth control.
recovery room, place to do upholstery.
rectum, dang near killed em.
secretion, hiding something.
seizure, famous Roman leader.
tablet, a small table.
terminal illness, getting sick at the airport.
tumor, more than one.
urine, opposite of youre out.