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Tete`-a-tete´ Private conversation; familiar interview or conference of two persons.Camouflage The method or result of concealing personnel or equipment from an enemy by making them appear to be part of the natural surroundings.Chanteuse A woman singer, especially a nightclub singer.Reservoir A natural or artificial pond or lake used for the storage and regulation of water; A receptacle or chamber for storing a fluid.Fiasco A complete failureAbattoir A slaughterhouse.Entourage A group of attendants or associates; a retinue.
Repartee A swift, witty reply.Menu A list of the dishes to be served or available for a meal.Gourmet A connoisseur of fine food and drink.Sauté To fry lightly in fat in a shallow open pan.Coup de grace The blow that kills (usually mercifully).Rendezvous A meeting at a prearranged time and place.Lingerie Womens underwear.Rouge A red or pink cosmetic for coloring the cheeks or lips.Façade The face of a building, especially the principal face.Champagne A sparkling white wine made from a blend of grapes.
Chalet A wooden dwelling with a sloping roof and widely overhanging eaves, common in Switzerland and other Alpine regions; A cottage or lodge built in this style.Chic Conforming to the current fashion; stylish: chic clothes; a chic boutique; Adopting or setting current fashions and styles; sophisticated: chic, well-dressed young executives.Buffet A counter or table from which meals or refreshments are served.A La Carte also à la carte; With a separate price for each item on the menu.A La Mode In the current fashion or style Coquette A woman who makes teasing sexual or romantic overtures; a flirt.
Vis-à-vis Face to face with; opposite to; Compared with; In relation to.Genre A type or class; category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, marked by a distinctive style, form, or content.Liquor An alcoholic beverage made by distillation rather than by fermentation .Sachet A small packet of perfumed powder used to scent clothes, as in trunks or closets.Chemise A womans loose, shirt like undergarment.Bouquet A small cluster or arrangement of flowers.Connoisseur A person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts.
Finesse Refinement and delicacy of performance, execution, or artisanship.Crochet Needlework made by looping thread with a hooked needle .Faux Pas A social blunder.Coup dé·tat The sudden overthrow of a government by a usually small group of persons in or previously in positions of authority.Milieu An environment or a setting.Esprit de corps A common spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion to a cause among the members of a group.
1. Black block of wood and pairs of socks are in the sacks.2. For what are the pen in the pan and the gem in the jam.3. Is it true Ric, that the rich in this area are hard to reach.4. Peggy’s piggy bank is on Billy’s belly.5. The fool was full of delight as he washed his suit full of soot.
6. Paul and Pol found a ball and a bowl inside a hole in the hall.7. The person who lurked like a lark is a person, isn’t he?8. Ken, bring your cane down and yell for the Yales.9. Don’t fail to pull the pail full of paint, Ted.10. Big Vic is both a valet and a ballet dancer.
11. The thin tin sheets cannot be made into sheaths.12. There! Don’t you dare wipe off the lather on the ladder.13. Zed said, I see your not properly written Zosimo.14. Don’t shut the sun! Sit on your sheet and have a tan.15. Which witch wails like a whale.16. Did you ever hate to hear the noise of all those who ate their meals in the hall?
1. A big black bug bit a big black bear, made a big black bear bleed.2. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where is the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.3. Thomas Tattertoot took taut to tie ten twigs to two tall tress.
4. Double bubblegum bubbles double. Non-double bubble gum doesn’t bubble double.5. A sniffer of snuff is enough for a sniff for the snuffsnifeter.6. Likeable Lilian loves lovely luminous aluminum linoleum.7. Around the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran.
8. Harry Hugh hid the heel behind the high hill. If Harry Hugh hid the heel behind the high hill, where is the heel Harry Hugh hid?9. I never felt feel flat like that felt feel.10. Vern verse is well verse in every wordy verb verse.11. Military Malarkey makes monstrous madmen into maligned martyrs.
12. If a woodchuck would chuck wood, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck would? But if a woodchuck would chuck wood, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could and would chuck wood?13. Suzy Schell sells sea shells on the seashore.
14. Moses suppose his toeses are roses, but Moses supposes amiss Moses knowses histoesis aren’t roses as Moses Supposes.15. What whim led Whitey White to whittle near a wharf where a whale wheel and whirl?
A SPEECH POWER CREEDO WE BELIEVE in the God-given creativepower of speech, in dynamism unending, and in perfect self-expression; the orderliness of ideas, the clarity of thought, the sincerity of feeling, therichness of visualization, and the perfect coordination of speech and action.
WE BELIEVE in the internal development and generation of confidence, in the vibrance of personality, in the manifestation of poise, and in the fruitful rewards of mastered speech.
And WE BELIEVE that thru out god-given power of speech, we will be heard. In Being heard, we will be understood. In being understood, we will be followed.
We now become instruments of truth and the “light of the “world”. ANS SO IT IS.
TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are!
Jack and JillJack and Jill went up the hillTo fetch a pail of water.Jack fell down and broke his crown,And Jill came tumbling after.
Row row your boatRow, row, row your boatGently Down the stream.Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,Life is but a dream.
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