Welcome back e’rybody… I trust everyone had a safe and sane holiday weekend, celebrating everything you like to celebrate when a weekend calls for a celebration… Let’s get on with it, shall we?
Last week’s winner is:
PINEAPLE! You salty dog! Congrats! Now get on out there in the ether and come back on Friday with two random words.
Yep. SNAIL / FORMAL art is due this Friday by 2pm PST. So why not stop everything you are doing and start knitting a snail tuxedo? Or maybe arrange some matchsticks to form a familiar shape and video tape them being lit? The possibilities are absolutely limitless!
1.any mollusk of the class Gastropoda, having a spirally coiled shell and a ventral muscular foot on which it slowly glides about.
2.a slow or lazy person; sluggard.
3.a cam having the form of a spiral.
4.Midwestern and Western U.S. a sweet roll in spiral form, especially a cinnamon roll or piece of Danish pastry.
1.being in accordance with the usual requirements, customs, etc.; conventional:
to pay one's formal respects.
2.marked by form or ceremony:
a formal occasion.
3.designed for wear or use at occasions or events marked by elaborate ceremony or prescribed social observance:
The formal attire included tuxedos and full-length gowns.
4.requiring a type of dress suitable for such occasions:
a formal dance.
5.observant of conventional requirements of behavior, procedure, etc., as persons; ceremonious.
a manner that was formal and austere.
7.being a matter of form only; perfunctory:
We expected more than just formal courtesy.
8.made or done in accordance with procedures that ensure validity:
a formal authorization.
9.of, relating to, or emphasizing the organization or composition of the constituent elements in a work of art perceived separately from its subject matter:
a formal approach to painting; the formal structure of a poem.
10.being in accordance with prescribed or customary forms:
a formal siege.
11.Theater. (of a stage setting) generalized and simplified in design, especially of architectural elements, and serving as a permanent set for a play irrespective of changes in location.
12.acquired in school; academic:
He had little formal training in economics.
13.symmetrical or highly organized:
a formal garden.
14.of, reflecting, or noting a usage of language in which syntax, pronunciation, etc., adhere to traditional standards of correctness and usage is characterized by the absence of casual, contracted, and colloquial forms:
The paper was written in formal English.
- pertaining to form.
- Aristotelianism. not material; essential.
16.Logic. formal logic.
17.pertaining to the form, shape, or mode of a thing, especially as distinguished from the substance:
formal writing, bereft of all personality.
18.being such merely in appearance or name; nominal:
a formal head of the government having no actual powers.
- (of a proof) in strict logical form with a justification for every step.
- (of a calculation) correct in form; made with strict justification for every step.
- (of a calculation, derivation, representation, or the like) of or relating to manipulation of symbols without regard to their meaning.
20.a dance, ball, or other social occasion that requires formalwear.
21.an evening gown.
22.in formal attire:
We're supposed to go formal.