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- n. Cockney rhyming slang arse
- Shortened from Aristotle, Cockney rhyming slang for bottle, itself shortened from bottle and glass, Cockney rhyming slang for arse. (Wiktionary)
“Winter said he was betting against Eric in aris . . .”
“Inscribed underneath were the words Agripp(ina) Aug(usta) divi Claud(ii) Neronis Caes(aris) mater, “Agrippina Augusta, mother of the divine Claudius Nero Caesar.””
“The genius's drive to create prolifically may be biological, Gardner suggests, "aris [ing] from a temperament that seeks arousal.”
“Does the life coaching come with a free kick up the aris?”
“Rome, fought at that time pro aris et focis, for their hearths and altars.”
“Thus it is that the weakness of our intellect and the perversity of our will lend each other mutual support; and that, generally, a disputant fights not for truth, but for his proposition, as though it were a battle pro aris et focis.”
“He was a tall, lean, aris-tocralic Naval Academy graduate whose talent lay more in establishing himself as Ie grand phoque at the poolside cocktail bar at the cercle sportif than playing full-contact mud-sucking with the Khmer Rouge.”
“Falstaff's discourse on honor in I Henry IV is a paradoxical redefinition of an aris - tocratic value long unquestioned but, after the decline of active feudalism, a topic for the anti-idealist para - doxists of the Renaissance.”
“This apocalyptic program involved a reformation of the sacerdotal aris - tocracy that controlled the cultus of the Temple at”
“Each culture has a life of about a thousand years, in which it passes through four stages, comparable to the four seasons; an agricultural and heroic spring; an aristocratic summer in which towns emerge; an autumn in which cities grow, absolute monarchies subdue aris - tocracies, and philosophy and science flourish; then finally, a winter of plutocracy and political tyranny, made possible by advanced technology and public administration.”
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