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Something that most Christians should be doing. This is appealing to other people about the greatness, the power, and the love of the Lord Our God. You are attempting to bring them to Jesus Christ, repent of their sins, and accept Him into their lives.
Gerald Mann, Pat Robertson, and Arthur Caliandro participate in televised evangelism.
by The Kentucky Yankee July 10, 2005
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A disabled and defenseless woman who is being murdered in the slowest and worst fashion. Now that she cannot legally have access to bodily nourishment from food, she will surely die because of the actions of Michael Schiavo and the liberal army at his back; UNLESS we take action very soon. A human has a right to life, and it's quite obvious that she is conscious and somewhat has an idea of what's going on around her. She is not braindead and worthless, except in the eyes of her scumbag, jackoff of a husband, and his left-wing cronies and judges supporting him. And just how do you Libs know that she wanted to die? There is NO written or recorded proof that she wanted to, and she did not tell Michael the Asshole Murderer anything she wanted to have done in this kind of situation.
To the person who claims that Terri's brains are mush, perhaps you should go get yourself a CAT scan.
by The Kentucky Yankee March 25, 2005
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Assholes OnLine. This service sucks ass, and I am so glad that I do not have to use it as an ISP.
AOL sucks dick and enjoys screwing its customers over. It likes this a lot.
by The Kentucky Yankee November 30, 2004
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A form of influenza that results from catching a virus and the inflammation of the stomach and intestines, also known as gastroenteritis, and usually lasting from 1-10 days. Common symptoms are vomiting, diarrhea, fever, lack of energy, and nausea. Unfortunately, the stomach flu often leads to a series of weaker stomach illnesses and diarrhea that can last for another two to three weeks, but vomiting doesn't always occur during these "aftershocks".
Even though there are no cures or vaccinations available for this, there are still home remedies, however. These include clear, carbonated beverages including Sprite, Sierra Mist, and 7-Up. In addition, there are foods that are easy on the stomach such as crackers, chicken noodle soup, white rice, bananas, and turkey. One of the best things that can also treat it is getting lots of sleep.
On August 30, 2005, the day after the poor folks in New Orleans got struck by Hurricane Katrina, I came down with the stomach flu, and it took me three more weeks after that to fully recover.
by The Kentucky Yankee November 1, 2005
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A massed region that attaches 13 states together. They include the following: Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
This is a huge area that is seen by many people in several different ways. Some think its boring, and full of hicks. Or, they love it, consider it a vacation area, and would love to raise a family there. It was mostly settled by people from the Northeast, Virginia, West Virginia, and every part of Kentucky. German and Irish immigrants also contributed heavily to settling this large area.
During the Civil War the area produced some of the finest, bravest Union regiments of the conflict. Later on, the Midwest would become a strong industrial/agricultural power in the world. It's cities are now major diverse, major educational centers.
The Midwest, one of the finest and most fun places to be.
by The Kentucky Yankee August 2, 2004
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A very short phrase that can be substituted for getting into a session of passionately kissing someone.
This may be seen in online chat rooms when a couple hooks up on there and are pretending to make out.
Screenname 1: oh yea i luv u
Screenname 2: makes out witchoo
by The Kentucky Yankee August 14, 2004
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Abbreviation for Northern Kentucky University, a large metropolitan college in Highland Heights, Kentucky, just seven to eight miles from Cincinnati. Established in 1968 with just two buildings, it grew from a small state college into a large university that brought in students from dozens of countries and over 30 states by the 1980s. As of now, the usual population of students enrolled at NKU is roughly 14,000-15,000. Interestingly, the residents make up only 15% of the total student body (about 1,400 young adults). In addition to having excellent Disability Services; history, anthropology, religion, and art degree courses, Northern has one of the only three law schools in the state. Finally, it is said to actually be one of the most conservative college campuses in the entire nation.
I am enrolled as a Freshamore at N.K.U.

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by The Kentucky Yankee September 27, 2005
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