To use two condoms at once.
Latin: "at first glance"
Prima facie, John didn't seem to be a fucktard
, but when I started talking to him, I realized that he was just a playa hater
1. (Rhetorical Figure) The repetition of a word at the beginning of successive clauses.
rerum copia verborum copiam gignit (Cicero, De Oratoribus, iii. 125)
ABUNDANCE of matter produces ABUNDANCE of expression.
1. (rhetorical figure): A reversing of the order of words in corresponding pairs of phrases.
leges supplicio improbos afficiunt, defendunt ac tuentur bonos (Cicero, De Legibus, ii. 13)
The laws VISIT PUNISHMENTS upon the wicked, but the good they DEFEND and PROTECT.
1. Ancient Greek for "Nothing in excess."
The words 'meden agan' are written on the temple at Delphi.
From Ancient Greek: phil- (love), and -logos (word).
1. Someone who studies language or literature.
2. Specifically, someone who studies Ancient Greek and Latin languages; a classicist.
For his Method, let no nice Philologist distaste it, as too Calvinistical.
1. The affirming of a thing by denying its contrary.
is not irresponsible.
Her statement is not inaccurate.
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