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The effort to get a handle on what I'm going to do this summer continues to be thwarted by the rest of my family whose plans are vague at best. The only common factor is that they all plan on me watching sis at home. (I would have sent her to summer camp in Greece,  bro has been there and says it's worth the experience). Originally I was going to go with bro and a friend of his to some lake to spend three weeks fishing. (I've never been fishing and as far as I know neither has bro, but hell, it would have been something to add to my list off things I've done). But now they have decided to take the friends sorry exuse for a Jeep which doesn't have a back seat. That probably spares me a lot of boredom and bug bites. Mom who said she was going to have sis over for part of the summer is still going on vacation sometime - somewhere , but demanded that I have a detailled plan of my vacation that doesn't collide with hers. And I'm not to vacation alone and preferably not with anyone she doesn't know. I think I'm staying home. Short of talking bro into something while sis is with Mom, it's not going to happen. I want to either hike somewhere or bike somewhere. Biking is out since bro doesn't have one. When I mentioned that we could go to Switzerland, it's not far, for a long weekend just to hike a bit, nothing to high (bro doesn't like hiking), he said that the Alpes are out of the question.


Since the vacation plans are all vague anyways, I applied for a job yesterday. I doubt I'll get it. It was part interview part audition. The interview part went well, the audition part I can't really judge. It's for the same type of project that I worked on last summer.


still unknown

Question for the US folks: How old do you have to be to drive a motorcycle?
On the subjet: how do you differentiate between bike (motorcycle) and bike (bicycle)? Yesterday I read something and didn't know whether bike refered to the motorized one or the one that's good for you and the environment. Since the distance in question was several thousand miles, motorcycle seemeed likely. But who knows, the author I mentioned in the last entry, he bicycled across Eurasia.
mouais
blue boy magazine
snoogles - quoted from ashism
She wouldn't have standed anyone else dying along with her. Huh? What's the author getting at?
to tent a roast Her small portable television was providing background noise while she got out the foil and tried to figure out how to tent the damn roast.
lilly whites (might be spelled differently - it was said on TV)
to bill sth into sth
hotdish - Jennifer, who grew up just over the border with Minnesota, mentioned hotdish was a church supper favorite.
meagle (again could be totally different spelling - it was said on TV)
to chisel space (in a building) - to rent maybe?

unknown
sirree
Avalanche - could this be a car?
MAC - could this also be a car?
to tromp up
to wash out - I washed out.
débouler (?) -  (Soudain, des bruits de moteurs se firent entendre et plusieurs véhicules apparentés à des motos déboulèrent d’un peu partout fonçant sur SG1, aussitôt ceux-ci se mirent en position d’attaque, prêts à combattre.) Suddenly the sound of engines beame audible and several vehicles similar to motorcycles...?
un coup de crosse
de plein fouet - ...quand un tir de lance l’atteignit de plein fouet
gente (French)
prendre ses marques
gît - Elle gît sur le ventre inconsciente.
l’entrebâillement
Il fait un bon en arrière.  He makes a good one backwards? Huh?
cheveux oxygénés - bleached hair?
un débardeur (the dictionary says docker, but that doesn't fit that sentence). Sam décida elle aussi de retirer son t-shirt, elle avait un débardeur en dessous. What is she wearing under her t-shirt?
la clim - Ils connaissent la clim eux A/C maybe?
un air de film
en chair à pâté - Mais apparemment vous mourrez d’envie de me voir vous réduire en chair à pâté.  But apparently you are dying to see me reduce you to...?
Elle en profita pour l’immobiliser en s’asseyant à califourchon sur lui mais il parvint à la faire basculer de côté et ils roulèrent sur le tatami, agrippés l’un à l’autre.  (Not sure I have the grip on this sentence from a fight scene). She used this to her advantage to immobilze him by siting astride on him, but he managed to make her topple over sideways (?) and they rolled over the tatami mat, holding on to each other. (she is sitting on him and he makes her topple over, yes, I have trouble picturing that - anyone have a better spin on that sentence?)
schtroumpf (French - aparently)
être de mauvais poil
guai - Ca promet d’être guai

English

parakeet - small parrot, type of small bird
to primp - v.  decorate, adorn; decorate or adorn oneself; beautify or dandify oneself; groom oneself
to bean - v.  hit on the head
gopher
1. a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman) [syn: goffer]
2. any of various terrestrial burrowing rodents of old and new worlds; often destroy crops [syn: ground squirrel, spermophile]
3. burrowing rodent of the family geomyidae having large external cheek pouches; of central america and southwestern north america [syn: pocket gopher, pouched rat ]
4. burrowing edible land tortoise of southeastern north america [syn: gopher tortoise, gopher turtle, gopherus polypemus ]
5.a tree from the wood of which noah was directed to build the ark (gen. 6:14). it is mentioned only there. the lxx. render this word by "squared beams," and the vulgate by "planed wood." other versions have rendered it "pine" and "cedar;" but the weight of authority is in favour of understanding by it the cypress tree, which grows abundantly in chaldea and armenia.
6. a large land tortoise (testudo carilina) of the southern united states, which makes extensive burrows.
7. a large burrowing snake (spilotes couperi) of the southern united states.


sinewy - full of sinews, tough, stringy; strong, vigorous, muscular
kook - strange person, crazy person, lunatic (Slang)
ticker tape - a continuous thin ribbon of paper on which stock quotes are written
bellicose - belligerent, quarrelsome
licentious  - lewd, lascivious; lawless, immoral
gossip - one who gossips, one who spreads rumors; rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others 
411 - number usually dialed in North America (Canada and the USA) to reach the operator in order to obtain the telephone number of a particular person or institution etc.; information or particulars usually about a planned happening or an activity
horticulturist - gardener, one who specializes in growing plants
dodo - any of several species of flightless birds that inhabited the islands off the southeastern coast of Africa (now extinct); stupid and graceless person
crappie - species of freshwater fish found in the southern USA (also croppie)
limpid - adj. transparent; easy to understand, clear, unclouded; calm, serene
hood - n.  covering worn over the head and neck; something which resembles such a covering; movable part which covers the engine of an automobile; neighborhood (African American Slang); hoodlum, hooligan (Slang) 
willowy - adj. flexible, elastic; tall, erect; very fine, slender, lithe; shaded by willow trees; similar to a willow
pate -  head (Slang); paste or spread made from meat or fish
to dawdle - v.  idle, trifle, delay, waste time
trifle - n.  matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whipped cream and fruit
tote - large bag in which to carry things, tote bag (often made of canvas with two large handles)   
frisson -  thrill, brief feeling of excitement
to  cant - v.  turn, slant, invert
to come to the fore - reach the front; be noticed
purulent - adj. full of pus, secreting a greenish-white fluid from an infection 
dulcet - adj. sweet, pleasant
anlage - primordium, origin, beginning 
puerile -  juvenile, immature; childish, silly, nonsensical; trivial
kohl - powder which is used to darken the eyelids (eyebrows, etc.)

French

la fusillade  - shooting, gun fire, fusillade; shoot out, gunshot
flinguer - v. (Slang) shoot, fire a weapon; injure or kill a person or animal by gunfire
le crack - crack, wiz, wizard
recaler - v. (in school) fail, plough
tâcher de - v. try, try to
le comparse - associate; stooge   
apparenté à - adj. akin
la prémice - anlage, primordium, origin, beginning 
bondé - cram full, jam packed, crowded, dense; congested, fraught; hard pressed
délabré - adj. dilapidated, ramshackle, tumbledown, broken, decrepit
se faufiler - v. worm, edge, slip, squeeze through, slip by
le bourreau - n. executioner, tormentor; hanger, hangman
se débattre - v. struggle, wrestle
bousculer -  push, rush; hustle; knock over
instaurer - v. establish, institute, found, set up
attenter - v. make an attempt on
abasourdir - dumb, dumbfound; stun, daze, stupefy; bewilder, astonish, astound
perspicace - perceptive, perspicacious, sharp; penetrating, percipient; discerning, shrewd
rebrousser chemin v. retrace one's steps
la flaque d'eau - pool
tâter - feel, sound out
le placard - cupboard, locker; placard, poster; bill 
le calepin - notebook, pocket book
la moue -  pout, type of fish that lives in colder northern waters
dubitatif - adj. incredulous, disbelieving#
trébucher - v. totter, stumble, stagger; trip, tumble
oxygéner - v. oxygenate, peroxide, aerate, bleach
la  perfusion - perfusion; drip 
manigancer - v. engineer, scheme
bichonner - v. doll up, pet; smarten, titivate
le voilier -  sail maker, yacht
gober - v. swallow
l'asticot (m) -n. maggot, worm 
manier - v. handle, wield; operate, use, pull; mishandle
le débardeur  - docker, longshoreman, roustabout, stevedore
le nombril - navel, small dimple in the abdomen where the umbilical cord was once attached to the placenta; belly button (Informal)
sacrer - v. crown, consecrate, curse, bless
le matelas - mattress, large rectangular pad made of soft or springy material that is placed on a bedframe or on the floor to sleep on, pad filled with air or water for sleeping on
douillet -  soft, cosy, snug
décocher - v. shoot, fire, tilt, throw
l'appui (m) - support, encouragement; endorsement, indorsement; press hold, backing; patronage, base, rest, sill
à califourchon - adj. astride
l'haltère (m) - dumbbell, barbell 
terrasser - v. floor, terrace; crush, excavate
pulluler - v. pullulate, swarm, congregate, teem 
le traquenard - trap, booby trap, snare
le khôl -  kohl, powder which is used to darken the eyelids (eyebrows, etc.)
le poing - fist
se ruer sur - v. wade into
se ruer - hurl, hurtle, rush, scramble, stampede, stoop, storm, surge, swarm
ruer - v. kick out 
agglutiner - v. agglutinate, adhere
se frayer - v. squeeze



Italian

il guaio - disaster, adversity, misfortune, trouble, strait, fix, worry, scrape, damage, scathe
 
stuff

Janus (Latin) [from janua a gate] Oldest and most exalted of the Roman gods, he was called the oldest of the gods and the beginning of all things, the origin of all organic life and especially human life; from him sprang all wells and rivers, and he had power also on the seas. He had no Greek counterpart, and may originally have been a god of sun and light, who opened and closed the day; later he was especially the god of beginnings and endings, such as the closing and opening of cycles, symbolized in his statues by his having two faces, one before and one behind, visioning the future and the past; also of all doors, entrances, and passages, he being pictured as a porter with a staff and key. He was saluted every morning, at the beginning of all the months (calends), and at the first of the year. When the Romans began their year near the winter solstice (153 BC), they called the month Januarius, the month of Janus, as the end of one cycle and the beginning of another. They connected the name Janus with Dianus, one aspect of the divine sun, whose feminine is Diana, the moon.
Janus was also considered the most ancient Italian king, who built a temple by the Tiber and gave a friendly welcome to Saturn.
The Christians transformed him into St. Peter, ruling the gate or entrance to heaven.

kahlil gibran
n : united states writer (born in lebanon) (1883-1931)

xerxes the great
n : king of persia who led a vast army against greece and won the battle of thermopylae but was eventually defeated (519-465 bc)

Succubus - In medieval European folklore, a female demon (or evil spirit) who visits men in their sleep to lie with them in ghostly sexual intercourse. The man who falls victim to a succubus will not awaken, although may experience it in a dream. The male counterpart is the incubus.




Introverted (I) 76.92% Extroverted (E) 23.08%
Imaginative (N) 54.29% Realistic (S) 45.71%
Intellectual (T) 80% Emotional (F) 20%
Organized (J) 75.86% Easygoing (P) 24.14%
Your type is: INTJ
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The effort to get a handle on what I'm going to do this summer continues to be thwarted by the rest of my family whose plans are vague at best. The only common factor is that they all plan on me watching sis at home. (I would have sent her to summer camp in Greece,&nbsp; bro has been there and says it's worth the experience). Originally I was going to go with bro and a friend of his to some lake to spend three weeks fishing. (I've never been fishing and as far as I know neither has bro, but hell, it would have been something to add to my list off things I've done). But now they have decided to take the friends sorry exuse for a Jeep which doesn't have a back seat. That probably spares me a lot of boredom and bug bites. Mom who said she was going to have sis over for part of the summer is still going on vacation sometime - somewhere , but demanded that I have a detailled plan of my vacation that doesn't collide with hers. And I'm not to vacation alone and preferably not with anyone she doesn't know. I think I'm staying home. Short of talking bro into something while sis is with Mom, it's not going to happen. I want to either hike somewhere or bike somewhere. Biking is out since bro doesn't have one. When I mentioned that we could go to Switzerland, it's not far, for a long weekend just to hike a bit, nothing to high (bro doesn't like hiking), he said that the Alpes are out of the question.
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Since the vacation plans are all vague anyways, I applied for a job yesterday. I doubt I'll get it. It was part interview part audition. The interview part went well, the audition part I can't really judge. It's for the same type of project that I worked on last summer.

<lj-cut text="the learning list">
<u>still unknown</u>

Question for the US folks: How old do you have to be to drive a motorcycle?
On the subjet: how do you differentiate between bike (motorcycle) and bike (bicycle)? Yesterday I read something and didn't know whether bike refered to the motorized one or the one that's good for you and the environment. Since the distance in question was several thousand miles, motorcycle seemeed likely. But who knows, the author I mentioned in the last entry, he bicycled across Eurasia.
mouais
blue boy magazine
snoogles - quoted from <lj user="angellemyst">
She wouldn't have standed anyone else dying along with her. Huh? What's the author getting at?
to tent a roast Her small portable television was providing background noise while she got out the foil and tried to figure out how to tent the damn roast.
lilly whites (might be spelled differently - it was said on TV)
to bill sth into sth
hotdish - <i>Jennifer, who grew up just over the border with Minnesota, mentioned hotdish was a church supper favorite.</i>
meagle (again could be totally different spelling - it was said on TV)
to chisel space (in a building) - to rent maybe?

<u>unknown</u>
sirree
Avalanche - could this be a car?
MAC - could this also be a car?
to tromp up
to wash out - <i>I washed out.</i>
débouler (?) -&nbsp; <i>(Soudain, des bruits de moteurs se firent entendre et plusieurs véhicules apparentés à des motos déboulèrent d’un peu partout fonçant sur SG1, aussitôt ceux-ci se mirent en position d’attaque, prêts à combattre.)</i> Suddenly the sound of engines beame audible and several vehicles similar to motorcycles...?
un coup de crosse
de plein fouet - <i>...quand un tir de lance l’atteignit de plein fouet</i>
gente (French)
prendre ses marques
gît - <i>Elle gît sur le ventre inconsciente.</i>
l’entrebâillement
<i>Il fait un bon en arrière.</i>&nbsp; He makes a good one backwards? Huh?
cheveux oxygénés - bleached hair?
un débardeur (the dictionary says docker, but that doesn't fit that sentence). <i>Sam décida elle aussi de retirer son t-shirt, elle avait un débardeur en dessous.</i> What is she wearing under her t-shirt?
la clim - <i>Ils connaissent la clim eux</i> A/C maybe?
un air de film
en chair à pâté - <i>Mais apparemment vous mourrez d’envie de me voir vous réduire en chair à pâté.</i>&nbsp; But apparently you are dying to see me reduce you to...?
<i>Elle en profita pour l’immobiliser en s’asseyant à califourchon sur lui mais il parvint à la faire basculer de côté et ils roulèrent sur le tatami, agrippés l’un à l’autre.</i>&nbsp; (Not sure I have the grip on this sentence from a fight scene). <i>She used this to her advantage to immobilze him by siting astride on him, but he managed to make her topple over sideways (?) and they rolled over the tatami mat, holding on to each other.</i> (she is sitting on him and he makes her topple over, yes, I have trouble picturing that - anyone have a better spin on that sentence?)
schtroumpf (French - aparently)
être de mauvais poil
guai - <i>Ca promet d’être guai</i>

<u>English</u>

parakeet - small parrot, type of small bird
to primp - v.&nbsp; decorate, adorn; decorate or adorn oneself; beautify or dandify oneself; groom oneself
to bean - v.&nbsp; hit on the head
gopher
<blockquote>1. a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman) [syn: goffer]
2. any of various terrestrial burrowing rodents of old and new worlds; often destroy crops [syn: ground squirrel, spermophile]
3. burrowing rodent of the family geomyidae having large external cheek pouches; of central america and southwestern north america [syn: pocket gopher, pouched rat ]
4. burrowing edible land tortoise of southeastern north america [syn: gopher tortoise, gopher turtle, gopherus polypemus ]
5.a tree from the wood of which noah was directed to build the ark (gen. 6:14). it is mentioned only there. the lxx. render this word by "squared beams," and the vulgate by "planed wood." other versions have rendered it "pine" and "cedar;" but the weight of authority is in favour of understanding by it the cypress tree, which grows abundantly in chaldea and armenia.
6. a large land tortoise (testudo carilina) of the southern united states, which makes extensive burrows.
7. a large burrowing snake (spilotes couperi) of the southern united states.</blockquote>

sinewy - full of sinews, tough, stringy; strong, vigorous, muscular
kook - strange person, crazy person, lunatic (Slang)
ticker tape - a continuous thin ribbon of paper on which stock quotes are written
bellicose - belligerent, quarrelsome
licentious&nbsp; - lewd, lascivious; lawless, immoral
gossip - <b>one who gossips</b>, one who spreads rumors; rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others&nbsp;
411 - number usually dialed in North America (Canada and the USA) to reach the operator in order to obtain the telephone number of a particular person or institution etc.; information or particulars usually about a planned happening or an activity
horticulturist - gardener, one who specializes in growing plants
dodo - any of several species of flightless birds that inhabited the islands off the southeastern coast of Africa (now extinct); stupid and graceless person
crappie - species of freshwater fish found in the southern USA (also croppie)
limpid - adj. transparent; easy to understand, clear, unclouded; calm, serene
hood - n.&nbsp; covering worn over the head and neck; something which resembles such a covering; movable part which covers the engine of an automobile; <b>neighborhood</b> (African American Slang); hoodlum, hooligan (Slang)&nbsp;
willowy - adj. flexible, elastic; tall, erect; very fine, slender, lithe; shaded by willow trees; similar to a willow
pate -&nbsp; <b>head</b> (Slang); paste or spread made from meat or fish
to dawdle - v.&nbsp; idle, trifle, delay, waste time
trifle - n.&nbsp; matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whipped cream and fruit
tote - large bag in which to carry things, tote bag (often made of canvas with two large handles)&nbsp; &nbsp;
frisson -&nbsp; thrill, brief feeling of excitement
to&nbsp; cant - v.&nbsp; turn, slant, invert
to come to the fore - reach the front; be noticed
purulent - adj. full of pus, secreting a greenish-white fluid from an infection&nbsp;
dulcet - adj. sweet, pleasant
anlage - primordium, origin, beginning&nbsp;
puerile -&nbsp; juvenile, immature; childish, silly, nonsensical; trivial
kohl - powder which is used to darken the eyelids (eyebrows, etc.)

<u>French</u>

la fusillade&nbsp; - shooting, gun fire, fusillade; shoot out, gunshot
flinguer - v. (Slang) shoot, fire a weapon; injure or kill a person or animal by gunfire
le crack - crack, wiz, wizard
recaler - v. (in school) fail, plough
tâcher de - v. try, try to
le comparse - associate; stooge&nbsp; &nbsp;
apparenté à - adj. akin
la prémice - anlage, primordium, origin, beginning&nbsp;
bondé - cram full, jam packed, crowded, dense; congested, fraught; hard pressed
délabré - adj. dilapidated, ramshackle, tumbledown, broken, decrepit
se faufiler - v. worm, edge, slip, squeeze through, slip by
le bourreau - n. executioner, tormentor; hanger, hangman
se débattre - v. struggle, wrestle
bousculer -&nbsp; push, rush; hustle; knock over
instaurer - v. establish, institute, found, set up
attenter - v. make an attempt on
abasourdir - dumb, dumbfound; stun, daze, stupefy; bewilder, astonish, astound
perspicace - perceptive, perspicacious, sharp; penetrating, percipient; discerning, shrewd
rebrousser chemin v. retrace one's steps
la flaque d'eau - pool
tâter - feel, sound out
le placard - cupboard, locker; placard, poster; bill&nbsp;
le calepin - notebook, pocket book
la moue -&nbsp; pout, type of fish that lives in colder northern waters
dubitatif - adj. incredulous, disbelieving#
trébucher - v. totter, stumble, stagger; trip, tumble
oxygéner - v. oxygenate, peroxide, aerate, bleach
la&nbsp; perfusion - perfusion; drip&nbsp;
manigancer - v. engineer, scheme
bichonner - v. doll up, pet; smarten, titivate
le voilier -&nbsp; sail maker, yacht
gober - v. swallow
l'asticot (m) -n. maggot, worm&nbsp;
manier - v. handle, wield; operate, use, pull; mishandle
le débardeur&nbsp; - docker, longshoreman, roustabout, stevedore
le nombril - navel, small dimple in the abdomen where the umbilical cord was once attached to the placenta; belly button (Informal)
sacrer - v. crown, consecrate, curse, bless
le matelas - mattress, large rectangular pad made of soft or springy material that is placed on a bedframe or on the floor to sleep on, pad filled with air or water for sleeping on
douillet -&nbsp; soft, cosy, snug
décocher - v. shoot, fire, tilt, throw
l'appui (m) - support, encouragement; endorsement, indorsement; press hold, backing; patronage, base, rest, sill
à califourchon - adj. astride
l'haltère (m) - dumbbell, barbell&nbsp;
terrasser - v. floor, terrace; crush, excavate
pulluler - v. pullulate, swarm, congregate, teem&nbsp;
le traquenard - trap, booby trap, snare
le khôl -&nbsp; kohl, powder which is used to darken the eyelids (eyebrows, etc.)
le poing - fist
se ruer sur - v. wade into
se ruer - hurl, hurtle, rush, scramble, stampede, stoop, storm, surge, swarm
ruer - v. kick out&nbsp;
agglutiner - v. agglutinate, adhere
se frayer - v. squeeze



Italian

il guaio - disaster, adversity, misfortune, trouble, strait, fix, worry, scrape, damage, scathe
&nbsp;
<u>stuff</u>

Janus (Latin) [from janua a gate] Oldest and most exalted of the Roman gods, he was called the oldest of the gods and the beginning of all things, the origin of all organic life and especially human life; from him sprang all wells and rivers, and he had power also on the seas. He had no Greek counterpart, and may originally have been a god of sun and light, who opened and closed the day; later he was especially the god of beginnings and endings, such as the closing and opening of cycles, symbolized in his statues by his having two faces, one before and one behind, visioning the future and the past; also of all doors, entrances, and passages, he being pictured as a porter with a staff and key. He was saluted every morning, at the beginning of all the months (calends), and at the first of the year. When the Romans began their year near the winter solstice (153 BC), they called the month Januarius, the month of Janus, as the end of one cycle and the beginning of another. They connected the name Janus with Dianus, one aspect of the divine sun, whose feminine is Diana, the moon.
Janus was also considered the most ancient Italian king, who built a temple by the Tiber and gave a friendly welcome to Saturn.
The Christians transformed him into St. Peter, ruling the gate or entrance to heaven.

kahlil gibran
n : united states writer (born in lebanon) (1883-1931)

xerxes the great
n : king of persia who led a vast army against greece and won the battle of thermopylae but was eventually defeated (519-465 bc)

Succubus - In medieval European folklore, a female demon (or evil spirit) who visits men in their sleep to lie with them in ghostly sexual intercourse. The man who falls victim to a succubus will not awaken, although may experience it in a dream. The male counterpart is the incubus.
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