Sap - definition of sap by The Free Dictionary sap 1 (săp) n 1 a The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues b See cell sap 2 Health and energy; vitality: The constant bickering drained his sap away 3 Slang A foolish or gullible person tr v sapped, sap·ping, saps 1 To drain (a tree, for example) of sap 2 To deplete or
Scrabble | Definition of Scrabble by Merriam-Webster Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Here is the scrabble of historical experience before history has laid down its narrative paths — Rachel Aviv, The New Yorker, "Walter Kempowski’s Epic Novel of Germany in Collapse," 21 Mar 2016 Then there was the scrabble of a key at a lock, and the other door, the one facing him, that led to the free world, opened
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Wiktionary:Tea room - Wiktionary September 2018 tohu-bohu, tohubohu  These are two almost identical in spelling English derivatives of the same Hebrew phrase (the well-known תֹהוּ וָבֹהוּ from the Book of Genesis) The first is said here to refer specifically to a "formless chaos" or "void"
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Pentagram - Wikipedia A pentagram (sometimes known as a pentalpha, pentangle or star pentagon) is the shape of a five-pointed star Pentagrams were used symbolically in ancient Greece and Babylonia, and are used today as a symbol of faith by many Wiccans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by the Jews The pentagram has magical associations Many people who practice Neopagan faiths
English Module 3. 5 - ICT4LT Authors of this module Piklu Gupta: At this time of writing this module Piklu was a lecturer in German Linguistics at the University of Hull, UK He is now working for Fraunhofer IPSI Mathias Schulze: At this time of writing this module Mathias was a lecturer in German at UMIST, now merged with the University of Manchester, UK