• Is atheism a form of belief?

    134 answers · 2 days ago
  • If there was a Take a Yahoo Answers User To Work Day, which user would you take to work with you?

    Best answer: Lol...so I would have to do all the work for you there? :))) Thank you, Gary! Thank you very much! Lmao! ;))
    Best answer: Lol...so I would have to do all the work for you there? :))) Thank you, Gary! Thank you very much! Lmao! ;))
    28 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you start a sentence with "but"?

    answer plz
    answer plz
    28 answers · 3 days ago
  • Literall meaning of contortion?

    Best answer: contortion:If you twist your body into a contortion, you might put one leg behind your ear, and clasp your arms behind your back. A contortion is a twisted position. Yoga can feel like a series of contortions to beginners. People who twist their bodies into contortions professionally are called... show more
    Best answer: contortion:If you twist your body into a contortion, you might put one leg behind your ear, and clasp your arms behind your back. A contortion is a twisted position. Yoga can feel like a series of contortions to beginners. People who twist their bodies into contortions professionally are called contortionists.
    Contortion (sometimes contortionism) is a performance art in which performers, contortionists, showcase their skills of extreme physical flexibility. Contortion acts often accompany acrobatics, circus acts, street performers and other live performing arts.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why can't creationists understand a scientific theory is the same thing as a fact?

    A scientific theory is a hypothesis that has been proven with tests, research, independent verification and supporting facts. A scientific law is a theory with more supporting facts than a scientific theory. Why is this so difficult? Creationists like to redefine science to fit their fairy tale. While none of... show more
    A scientific theory is a hypothesis that has been proven with tests, research, independent verification and supporting facts. A scientific law is a theory with more supporting facts than a scientific theory. Why is this so difficult? Creationists like to redefine science to fit their fairy tale. While none of them have science degrees, and I still have yet to talk to any creationist here or at church that can accurately define science. How can you argue against something that you can't even properly define? You can disagree with this if you want, but if you do you are still wrong.
    8 answers · 24 mins ago
  • Why can't British people pronounce words correctly....?

    Is it because they think they're HOT doing it when they're not??
    Is it because they think they're HOT doing it when they're not??
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do you Americans use the verb SHAG in the sense, to chase and bring back; fetch?

    shag (shăg) tr.v. shagged, shag·ging, shags 1. To chase and bring back; fetch. 2. Baseball To chase and catch (fly balls) in practice. [Perhaps from obsolete shag, to shake.] Source: American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition http://www.thefreedictionary.com/shag For example, is it... show more
    shag (shăg) tr.v. shagged, shag·ging, shags 1. To chase and bring back; fetch. 2. Baseball To chase and catch (fly balls) in practice. [Perhaps from obsolete shag, to shake.] Source: American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition http://www.thefreedictionary.com/shag For example, is it okay to say in American English, "the dog shagged after the ball" or "the dog shagged the ball"?
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • What do you call these things in English ?

    What is your general term to call these thing in English? Telling where you are from ? ============= 1. What is a merry-go-round called ? 2. What do you call a small insect that produces flashes of light when it flies at night ? 3. What is the end of the loaf of bread called ? 4. What do you call a flashing light... show more
    What is your general term to call these thing in English? Telling where you are from ? ============= 1. What is a merry-go-round called ? 2. What do you call a small insect that produces flashes of light when it flies at night ? 3. What is the end of the loaf of bread called ? 4. What do you call a flashing light on a vehicle to show that it is about to change lanes or turn ? 5. What do you call a place where roads meet in a circle that drivers go around to find their next road ? 6. What do you call the floor of a building partly or entirely below ground level? 7. What's the opposite of pigeon-toed ? 8. What do you call a lightweight building brick ? 9. What do you call food that is cooked and sold by a restaurant or store to be eaten elsewhere? 10. What is the spider web called ? ============= Thank you
    7 answers · 10 hours ago
  • What is a poppycock?

    i know its a posh and unoffensive way of saying nonesense but what exactly is a poppycock?
    i know its a posh and unoffensive way of saying nonesense but what exactly is a poppycock?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Was already resigned? correct?

    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Was the execution of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette of France considered an assasination?

    They were famous people who were murdered after all.
    They were famous people who were murdered after all.
    33 answers · 6 days ago
  • What's this word?

    Its when you get a feeling of _______. Its not nausea but its a word you get when you remember something from the past. Thanks :)
    Its when you get a feeling of _______. Its not nausea but its a word you get when you remember something from the past. Thanks :)
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is the plural of "where I was"?

    6 answers · 2 hours ago
  • What are "cooties" exactly mean??

    I saw this phrase in a book saying that "boys have cooties" what does cooties mean? The google definition is too confusing so I need a definition that is more easier to understand or you can give me an example.
    I saw this phrase in a book saying that "boys have cooties" what does cooties mean? The google definition is too confusing so I need a definition that is more easier to understand or you can give me an example.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • What's the difference in US between a bookstore and a book shop?

    Best answer: Nothing really. Book shop might be used more for antique books or specialty stores (Shakespeare, poetry). The one place I have never heard book shop is talking about the textbook store on college campuses. Those are bookstores probably because they sell more than books.
    Best answer: Nothing really. Book shop might be used more for antique books or specialty stores (Shakespeare, poetry). The one place I have never heard book shop is talking about the textbook store on college campuses. Those are bookstores probably because they sell more than books.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Where in the US can you hear people say, a baby CREEPS before it walks, rather than, a baby CRAWLS before it walks?

    Quote: CREEP is more often used of quadrupeds or of human beings who move on all fours and proceed slowly, stealthily, or silently (a baby creeps before it walks) Source: Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Synonyms (1984) https://books.google.fr/books?id=8N4UReT...
    Quote: CREEP is more often used of quadrupeds or of human beings who move on all fours and proceed slowly, stealthily, or silently (a baby creeps before it walks) Source: Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Synonyms (1984) https://books.google.fr/books?id=8N4UReT...
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • What does the word "stymied" mean?

    25 answers · 5 days ago
  • Grammar help! What does my professor mean?

    I do not want to read papers which merely mention some theory, but neither explain the theory or why and how it is being used in this case. (When he says "but neither" does that mean he wants us to explain the theory and how it is being used or to not do that)
    I do not want to read papers which merely mention some theory, but neither explain the theory or why and how it is being used in this case. (When he says "but neither" does that mean he wants us to explain the theory and how it is being used or to not do that)
    6 answers · 17 hours ago
  • What is the difference between i have done and i had been doing ? isnt it the same ?

    Best answer: I have done that before (not clear when in the past, or how many times, but at least once). I had been doing that for years, and only stopped when I had my first heart attack (it was a thing that I regularly did, but stopped doing at some point in the past). So, no, they are not the same. There is a reason that... show more
    Best answer: I have done that before (not clear when in the past, or how many times, but at least once). I had been doing that for years, and only stopped when I had my first heart attack (it was a thing that I regularly did, but stopped doing at some point in the past).

    So, no, they are not the same. There is a reason that different words are used. Words do matter.
    7 answers · 4 days ago