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status quo.noun
the status quo is the state of affairs that exists, the state of a situation as it is at a particular time and this in contrast to a different possible state of affairs (most people want change but avoid doing anything towards it, showing they really have no wish for any alteration of the status quo); the existing condition or state of affairs; average; conventional

sting, stung, stinging, stings.verbs
transitive verb use.to pierce or wound painfully with or as if with a sharp pointed structure or organ, as that of certain insects (bees sting, they don't bite); to cause to feel a sharp, smarting pain by or as if by pricking with a sharp point (chemical fumes stinging our eyes; to cause to suffer keenly in the mind or feelings)
intransitive verb use.to have, use or wound with or as if with a sharp-pointed structure or organ, as that of certain insects; to cause or feel a sharp, smarting pain
the act of stinging; the wound or pain caused by or as if by stinging; a sharp, piercing organ or part, often ejecting a venomous secretion, as of a bee or wasp or the spine of certain fishes such as jellyfish; a stinging power, quality or capacity; a keen.stimulus or incitement; a goad or spur (the sting of curiosity)

stingy, stingier, stingiest.adjectives
giving or spending reluctantly; scanty or meager (a stingy meal; stingy with details about the past)

Standard Model.noun
in physics, a theory that summarizes scientists' current overstanding of elementary particles-(the 12 fundamental particles) and the fundamental.forces of nature. The standard.model is consistent with all experiments performed so far, but has many shortcomings. It does not incorporate.gravity, the weakest force; it does not explain the spectrum of particle masses; it has many arbitrary.parameters and it does not unify.the strong and electroweak interaction

The Standard Model doesn't allow for those things so numerous they outweigh all the stars and galaxies in the Universe.....comprised with information from Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

a mainframe (a large, powerful computer, often serving several connected terminals) computer that is among the largest, fastest or most powerful of those available at a given time

scepter.noun,.plural.scepters.or.sceptre, sceptres
a staff held by a sovereign as an emblem of authority; ruling power or authority; sovereignty
scepter, sceptered, sceptering, scepters.transitive verbs
to invest with authority

a stick or cane carried as an aid in walking or climbing; a cudgel; a pole on which a flag is displayed; a flagstaff; a group of assistants to a manager, executive or another person in an office; personnel who carry out a specific duties (the nursing staff); in music, a set of five horizontal lines and four intermediate spaces, called a stave, used in notation to represent a sequence of pitches

staff of life.noun,.plural.staffs of life.or.staves of life
a staple or necessary food, especially bread

stave off.phrasal verb
to keep or hold off; repel (they strengthened the dike with more sandbags to stave of the increasing size of the waves)
staff, staffed, staffing, staffs.transitive verbs
to provide with a staff of workers or assistants; to serve on the staff of

State National.noun,.plural.State Nationals
United States Code, Title 8, Section 1101 A21 defines a State National as one whose allegiance is to the state, example being Oregon State and is the only status where you are one of We the People. State National status is what you were born in or now live in. Everyone was born that way. See David Straight, Utah 3 at 27 minutes in

sovereignty is supremacy of authority or rule as exercised by a State National or sovereign state; sovereignty is complete independence of an individual and his self-governing according to God given laws he or she was born with; self-governing using rights a male or female human being comes to Earth with as a creation of God, called Natural Law; independent (sovereign people of a nation are able to place into positions, those they wish to administer their affairs); a sovereign person or state having supreme.rank or power (people are sovereign in their territory unless they have been bamboozled out of it and referred to as 'citizens'; sovereign power of individuals as laid down in Natural Law and used also by man in his creation of the unnecessary Common Law (man seems to have to get his finger into all that affects him; Natural Law is all that's needed, because Natural Law is above all man made laws and courts and statutes.hampering love's expression); sovereignity cannot be had without acting from a loving heart, because sovereignity is based on the golden rule and therefor is paramount over all and any other so-called laws; Natural Law is the supreme law for humanity:.Matthew 22:36-40; Romans 13:10.
one that exercises supreme, permanent authority (is the sovereign power of the multiverse), a person having potential of all the qualities of his soul; a king, an individual, a queen, a corporation sole or other chief of state; a ruler or monarch; a constitutionally approved national governing council or committee; a nation that governs territory outside its borders; a gold coin formerly used in Great Britain was also called a sovereign
compare Monarch
sovereignty can only be exercised by those that own the land; the right to exercise the power of Eminent Domain which is inherent in sovereignty; sovereignty is man on the Earth given to all humanity by the Creator who also designated Natural Law; sovereignty is supremacy of authority or rule as exercised by a sovereign or sovereign state (possessing Eminent Domain status {those who live on the land and work in the area, own the land}; you are the owner of your body, no others can ever own you); sovereignty is complete independence and self-government; sovereignty is also a territory existing as an independent state; a sovereign being or state is equal to other sovereign states; a sovereign state can, in accordance with the constitution laid down by the people of the nation.(if they have indeed written a constitution that means something, to represent them {people in Provinces in Canada haven't yet}),govern its own territory, acquire offshore properties, regulate trade and commerce, create interest free money or operate as a society dependent upon each other in lieu of anything but good will in dealings with others that represents their efforts, set up communication services for the nation such as an Internet, postal service, militia, military, naval service, defence, navigation, shipping, matters of First Nations and lands reserved for them, naturalization and aliens, criminal law, local & municipal purposes, management & sale of lands the public deems necessary & timber & wood on them, administration of justice, property & civil rights, local projects, works & undertakings and so on.
   The United Nations is the main legal body today that acts as a check on sovereignty as they are out for full control of the world and 'to hell with individual sovereignty'. For that and many other reasons (see Fall of the Cabal, sequel part 7), fewer and fewer nations trust it and rightly so.

a person, especially a woman, who habitually uses abusive language; one who persistently nags or criticizes
scold, scolded, scolding, scolds.verbs
transitive verb use.to reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily
intransitive verb use.to reprove or criticize openly
someone who annoys people by constantly.finding fault; a nag like the ancient bitch Delilah:.Judges 14:17

subjugate, subjugated, subjugating, subjugates.transitive verbs
to bring under control or subjection; to cause to become subservient; subdue; enslave; defeat; override
a subjugating or being subjugated 
one who subjugates

strew, strewed, strewn.or.strewed, strewing, strews.transitive verbs
scatter; spread here and there 

an unvarying.form or pattern; having no individuality, as though cast from a mold; a clone
having the nature of a stereotype; not original or individualized
stereotype, stereotyped, stereotyping, stereotypes.transitive verbs
to make a stereotype of; to characterize by a stereotype; to give a fixed, unvarying form to; to print from a stereotype

synthesize, synthesized, synthesizing, synthesizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to combine so as to form a new, complex product; to form or produce by chemical synthesis
intransitive verb use.to form a synthesis
Music:.relating to or being an instrument whose sound is modified or augmented by a synthesizer; relating to or being compositions or a composition performed on synthesizers or synthesized instruments
one that synthesizes.(a synthesizer of varied ideas conceived by others)
Music:.an electronic instrument, often played with a keyboard, that combines simple waveforms to produce more complex sounds, such as those of various other instruments

the combining of separate elements or substances to form a coherent whole; the new complex whole so formed
Chemistry:.formation of a compound from simpler compounds or elements
Philosophy:.reasoning from the general to the particular; logical.deduction; the combination of thesis and antithesis in the Hegelian.dialecticalprocess whereby a new and higher level of truth is produced

a small piece or part; a piece of broken pottery, especially one found in an archaeological dig; a potsherd; fragment of a brittle.substance, as of glass or metal; the elytron or outer wing covering of a beetle

a 14-line verse form usually having one of several conventional rhyme.schemes; a poem in this form; from Italian and French 'sonetto', diminutive of 'son', 'song', 'sound'

Music:.a composition for one to four instruments, one of which is usually a keyboard instrument, usually consisting of three or four independent movements varying in key, mood and tempo

in music, a brief.composition written or adapted for singing; the act or art of singing (at the party they all broke into song; a distinctive or characteristic sound made by an animal, such as a bird or an insect; poetry; verse; a lyric.poem or ballad
for a song.idiom
at a low price (bought the antique tray for a song)

something characterized by a harmonious combination of elements; an extended piece in three or more movements for symphony orchestra, essentially a large scale, complex.sonata; an instrumental passage in a vocal or choral composition; a symphony orchestra

shove, shoved, shoving, shoves.verbs
transitive verb use.to push forward or along; to push rudely or roughly; push
intransitive verb use.to push someone or something with force shove.noun,.plural.shoves
the act of shoving; a push
shove off.phrasal verb
to push a boat away from shore in leaving
one who shoves

a steward (example, the parable of) is someone who protects something or is responsible for it, especially something such as nature, public property or money; one who manages another's property, finances or other affairs; one who is in charge of the household affairs of a large estate, club, hotel or resort; a ship's officer who is in charge of provisions and dining arrangements; an attendant on a ship or an airplane; a shop steward
steward, stewarded, stewarding, stewards.transitive and intransitive verbs
to serve as a steward or as the steward of

suffocate, suffocated, suffocating, suffocates.verbs
transitive verb use.preventing.access to air or oxygen; to impair the respiration of; asphyxiate; to cause discomfort to, by or as if by cutting off the supply of fresh air; to suppress the development, imagination or creativity of; stifle:
intransitive verb use.to die from lack of air or oxygen; be asphyxiated; to feel discomfort from lack of fresh air; to become or feel suppressed; be stifled

appealing to or stimulating sexual desire; lascivious; lustful; wanton
salaciousness or salacity.noun
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