"It's definitely one big cable buy," said Terry Sullivan, a GOP strategist.
For conspiracy mongering, no one does it better than the Jew-obsessed lunatics at Fars, as they proved on Monday.
I have a dual track, and I need to fill one of the tracks with something busy, some kind of chatter.
A dispute ensued the following morning when one of the agents tried to pay off an escort with just $30.
Obamacare is not just a dumb law but a deeply offensive one (on this at least, the American people have my back).
Such an Act is not a legislative phenomenon but a psychopathic one.
one might have been a model for the seraphs of Christian faith, the other an Olympian deity.
I hold that a man has more to fear there from the ink-pot of the one than from the iron of the other.
Her house is the only one in all Greece where women are allowed to be present at entertainments.
There are very many things which I cannot do, but there are also one or two which I have the trick of.
c.1200, from Old English an (adjective, pronoun, noun) "one," from Proto-Germanic *ainaz (cf. Old Norse einn, Danish een, Old Frisian an, Dutch een, German ein, Gothic ains), from PIE *oi-no- "one, unique" (cf. Greek oinos "ace (on dice);" Latin unus "one;" Old Persian aivam; Old Church Slavonic -inu, ino-; Lithuanian vienas; Old Irish oin; Breton un "one").
Originally pronounced as it still is in only, and in dialectal good 'un, young 'un, etc.; the now-standard pronunciation "wun" began c.14c. in southwest and west England (Tyndale, a Gloucester man, spells it won in his Bible translation), and it began to be general 18c. Use as indefinite pronoun influenced by unrelated French on and Latin homo.
One and only "sweetheart" is from 1906. One of those things "unpredictable occurrence" is from 1934. Slang one-arm bandit "a type of slot machine" is recorded by 1938. One-night stand is 1880 in performance sense; 1963 in sexual sense. One of the boys "ordinary amiable fellow" is from 1893. One-track mind is from 1927. Drinking expression one for the road is from 1950 (as a song title).
A ketone: acetone.
A compound that contains oxygen, especially in a carbonyl radical: lactone.
A suffix used to form the names of chemical compounds containing an oxygen atom attached to a carbon atom, such as acetone.