Secretary of State: presently Hillary Clinton. This person directly represents the President, especially in foriegn policy matters; also, third successor to the Presidency behind the Vice-President, and the Speaker of the House.
President-at-large, Secretary Hillary Clintion, is constantly on the move around the world addressing issues for the President.
|2.||University at Buffalo|
A prestigious and preppy university in Buffalo, New York. It was created in 1846 by the eventual 13th President of the United States, Millard Fillmore. The school was a private institution until 1962 when it became a public SUNY school. Today, "UB" has 3 campuses; the old South campus, the large north campus, and the modernized downtown campus. Alumni have produced 7 Nobel Prize winners, 3 Pulitzer Prize winners, 1 prime minister, 1 US president, and over 25 NFL players, just to name a few.
The school offers highly ranked degrees in business, law, architecture, medicine, pharmacy, education, and numerous arts and sciences degrees.
UB is also hard to get into...with only a 50% admit rate. It has higher admission rates than UMass, Stony Brook, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire.
Person 1: Wow, you're smart, wealthy, and very good looking. Where did you go to college?
Person 2: UB - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.
Leader of the Labour party ( UK )
Prime Minister, first Lord of the Treasury since 1997.
First Labour politician to win three consecutive general elections. Has been critisised by some (see below) for his support of the American led war in Iraq but remains popular in the country at large.(see above)
"I think Tony Blair is a cunt* and a wanker* and he fucks President Bush up the arse*"
*An example of some of the witty and incisive arguments put forward, in this dictionary, by a few of Mr. Blair's detractors
Most commonly used to refer to the Episcopal Church or the Protestant Church in the United States of America. It is the National Church of the United States and a part of the Anglican Communion. The Episcopal Church has a membership of approximately 2.3 million and more than a quarter of all Presidents were Episcopalian. The Washington National Cathedral is an Episcopal Cathedral. The roots of the colonization, founding, leadership, and growth of the United States of America are very closely tied to the Episcopal Church.more...
Unlike many churches of similar liturgical background, the Episcopal Church allows ordained priests to be married, and the church ordains women (at every level, ie. Deacon, Priest, and Bishop).
Many consider the Episcopal Church to follow the via media or "middle way" between Protestant and strictly Catholic practices. Indeed, the Episcopal liturgy explicitly affirms belief in "one holy apostolic" church. Thus, many Episcopalians will argue that Roman Catholics are not the only "Catholics," but rather represent one of three branches of Catholicism--the Eastern Orthodox, the Roman Catholic, and the Episcopal or Anglo-Catholic. Episcopal liturgy, or the practice of the people in worship, does resemble that of the Roman Catholic Church, with certain differences, most notably the use of the Book of Common Prayer. -wikipedia
The Episcopal Church is highly involved in mission work around the world, has a particularly large number of congr...
Someone (usually big or tall) that you follow through a large crowd of people. They "break" the throng of people, leaving a large space behind them for potential following.
Bob: Man, it's gonna take forever to get through here. Look at all the peeps.
Fred: Quick, find a crowdbreaker.
Tall Guy: Hey, let's go over there!
Short Guy: K, you be our crowdbreaker.
|6.||oppressed white guy|
An oppressed white guy is someone who thinks that words like 'cracker' are as bad as 'nigger,' and likes to pretend that when he uses the word nigger, he's not doing anything wrong because black people use it. Oppressed white guys also think that Feminism is a threat to their masculinity.
They don't realize that white men have not been disempowered by society at large, and pretend that they're under attack.
"So what if by using the word 'nigger' black people are reclaiming the term? I'm being oppressed because I can't use it!"
"I don't realize that freedom of speech is simply a legal distinction, so I should be allowed to say Nigger without anyone getting mad!"
"Boo-hoo, I'm a white male. It's so hard to be a white male."
"It will be a great day when a white man can finally be elected president in this country."
The appropriate response to any of the above examples is "You're right, oppressed white guy. Let me get my violin."
A person who registers with the Republican party not because they believe in ideals supported by Republicans at large, but do so in order to vote for presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Jaime- I can't believe you registered for Ron Paul, I thought you were a liberal?!
Ryan- I'm not a Republican, I am a Ronpublican.