Skip to comments.Word for the Day, Tuesday june 17, 2014
Posted on 06/17/2014 4:10:04 AM PDT by SoothingDave
Word For The Day, Tuesday June 17, 2014
In order that we might all raise the level of discourse and expand our language abilities, here is the daily post of "Word for the Day".
1. to enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in description or discussion.
2. Archaic. to move or wander about intellectually, imaginatively, etc., without restraint.
[153040; < Latin expatiātus past participle of ex ( s ) patiārī to wander, digress, equivalent to ex- ex-1 + spatiārī to walk about, derivative of spatium space; see -ate1
el asiento [ahs-ee-EHN-toh]
Su asiento en el vuelo estaba al lado de la ventana.
His seat on the flight was next to the window.
Dejan expatiates on The Emperor, being buried today.
that made me bawl. great article, sending it on to all of my family and Paula.
Paula’s response to the article: “makes me cry; makes me remember; makes me proud.”
I would have thought you had seen it already. Glad I was able to point you to it. He has been getting a lot of comments from all over on it. He really wanted to be able to explain to the younger kids the meaning of it all.
Paula said she sent it to her kids and said this explains how I grew up to be a Steelers fan. I haven’t been on Twitter much lately so I would have missed it, glad you posted it.
I’d rather ex-patriot the Emperor in Washington, except he never was a patriot in the first place.
In re: Michelle Obama, I’ll expatiate
I saw her at the diner, and the way she ate
Three burgers with fries
And a couple of pies
A milkshake, some ice cream. I’ll say she ate
I’ve been to events where off duty police as security are required if the venue serves alcohol. I’ve also been to ones that do not. I think the difference was the ones that require it are government owned, public facilities.
well the place in Boardman where my niece had her wedding 6 yrs ago, had the requirement but waived it— Anthony’s? I think it was called.
my SIL asked me if we were having our own cop or if ANCC provided security. I was like, WHAT? had no idea what she was talking about bc I have never seen that done anywhere we have been.
Mr. Anthony’s probably. I’ve been there.
so why this requirement? because Ytown is full of miscreants?
Some expatriates expatiate on how evil America is often to the delight of the host regime once they feel free of repercussions
That’s my thought. They’ve had enough trouble with weddings and functions there that they require security. That tells you something.
a bride to be sash with Lilly Pulitzer fabric. could not be anything more perfect for her.
I don’t know. Like I said it’s common in public buildings and I guess so private ones copy along.
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