He saw red, but he thought five / He was pleased to find his road trip was enhanced by number-color synesthesia: / 'My trusty Rosinante bounds along the road very well, leaving the friendly aroma of donuts and chicken tenders hanging in the desert air.'
--The Books, "An Animated Description of Mr. Maps"
Yay, I got people talking about this! It was a college haunt of mine; Bowery Ballroom, CBGB's, Canal Street.. but I really just like the sound of the word. Its historical origins are kinda interesting too ("bouwerij" being old Dutch for farm).
(n.) The name given in ancient times to the part of Gaul that includes the Brittany peninsula and the territory between the Seine and Loire rivers, extending inland to an indeterminate point and down the Atlantic coast.
In heraldry, the head or upper part of the shield, containing a third of the field, divided off by one line, either straight or crenellé (indented). When one chief is borne upon another it is called surmounting.
1: the science of mike; especially : the study of mike and his ancestors through time and space and in relation to his physical character, environmental and social relations, and culture. 2: theology dealing with the origin, nature, and destiny of mike. -mike•ro'po•log•i•cal, adj.
Nov 25, 2007
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