1) Tool: a useful piece of equipment, usually a specially shaped object designed to do a particular task.
2) Law requirement: something needed in order to achieve something else.
1. Carry out or fulfill something: to put something into effect or action.
2. To provide or equip somebody with the tools or other means to do something.
1) Writing implements.
2) They still need to get that through implementation.
1) The plan has yet to be fully implemented.
2) The thieves were given all necessary implementations.
Be sign of something: To be a particular indication of something that is about to happen.
This does not bode well for the future of the organization.
1) A hard, black, often glassy, volcanic rock. It was produced by the partial melting of the Earth's mantle.
2) A stone-like, hard black unglazed pottery.
1) The statue was built on a basalt tower.
2) That vase cannot break, it's made of basalt.
Limburgs: dialect simmular to Dutch spoken in the Dutch province of Limburg.
"Ik spreek Limburgs."
I speak the Limburgs dialect.
To attack somebody or somebody's reputation, character, or good name by making slanderous or libel
An example of defamation is a false and malicious published statement that damages somebody's reputation.
September 16, 2007
1. Produce something: To send or give out something
2. Utter something: to utter a sound
3. Put money into circulation: to put currency into circulation.
1. An oil heater that emits smoke.
2. An emitted a giggle.
3. An emitted currency.
Basic form of verb: a form of a verb with no reference to a specific tense, person, or subject.
In English, an infinitive is usually preceded by the word "to," e.g., "to see."
September 01, 2007