American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- George III 1738-1820. King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820) and of Hanover (1815-1820). His government's policies fed American colonial discontent, leading to revolution in 1776.
“She makes it through to Hollywood with two out of three "yes's.”
“After Norman took the quiz for the second time, he had only two yes's.”
“If you have more than three yes's, you are an alcoholic.”
“Let's lose the first round, so we can vote all no's 'out of office and vote in the yes's.”
“I can believe that JGB just provided the 'yes's and 'no's for this one, although that doesn't make it, or his contribution, less interesting, I think.”
“The absolute yes's could be -- must be committed to a spiritual path, must be older or the same religion or love animals, must be honest or funny.”
“The yes's and no's really make you think and once you're clear, it's much easier to find a good match.”
“Selling is a numbers game and unfortunately to be successful at it you have to learn that customer rejection is not personal and "no's" can be as valuable as "yes's"!”
“We've got a couple of them here that are no's and a couple of them here that are yes's about whether Barack Obama should accept and talk about America's blemishes.”
“Someone phoned in and gave a very erudite summary of their opinions of a football match, which Mellor greeted with his series of customary drawled 'yes's'.”
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