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“I (and Dictionary. com) think of "- oid" as indicating "like"; an android is like a man, rather than a tidbit of a man!”
“This is a clever variation on Archilochus's line poll' oid' alopex, all' echinos hen mega 'The fox knows many tricks, the hedgehog only one.”
“The Greek suffix "-- oid" refers to having the appearance without the reality, for example, the anthropoid apes look a lot like humans "anthro --", but are not members of the human species, thus "-- oid".”
“- oid" in a blaze of glory and maybe even replace it with a brand new "- ite.”
“On the surface his approach is scientific and slightly Dawkins-oid: in Cracked he briskly locates the source of addiction in “a tiny region of the brain called the nucleus accumbens,” and suggests that the emotional dissociation of the trauma victim is “an evolutionary remnant of the risky strategy of feigning death.””
“And notwithstanding her resume as parks guru at the county, why did Israel run with the Cathy Allen crowd (who worked for both McKenna and Doug Sutherland in 2008 -- www. thestranger.com/seattle/Content? oid = 703427); not very green. joey”
“Corn of the cob with no butter or oid: 12% of its calories come fromfat.”
“I Âam not grateful for that, yet thank you deeply for embracing my morph-oid.”
“I am not grateful for that, yet thank you deeply for embracing my morph-oid.”
“I'm still not in love with the animation style used for the human (oid) characters, but I'll be there opening night for this. kevjohn on Jun 12, 2008”
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short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
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