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假米粉! 你以為做這種脫褲子放屁的事我就會相信嗎?


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What the ****, I ordered a black coffee, but the worker at 7-11 got me a coffee with cream. Instead of apologizing , she asked me to show her the receipt for verification. It turned out that they made a mistake AGAIN! How come ordering the right kind of coffee becomes a real hassle?

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Château

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A rural château in La Roque-Gageac, Dordogne.
Château de Ferrières, the largest Chateau of the 19th century, was built in 1854 to house James Mayer de Rothschild, east of Paris. It is set in a 30 km² estate.

Château (plural châteaux; French pronunciation: ​[ʃɑto] for both the singular and the plural) is a manor house or residence of the lord of the manor or a country house of nobility or gentry, with or without fortifications, originally—and still most frequently—in French-speaking regions. The word château is also used for castles in French, so where clarification is needed, the term château fort is used to describe a castle, such as Château fort de Roquetaillade. Care should be taken when translating the word château into English. It is not used in the same way as "castle", and most châteaux are described in English as "palaces" or "country houses" rather than "castles". For example, the Château de Versailles is so called because it was located in the countryside when it was built, but it does not bear any resemblance to a castle, so it is usually known in English as the Palace of Versailles.

The urban counterpart of château is palais, which in French is applied only to grand houses in a city. This usage is again different from that of the term "palace" in English, where there is no requirement that a palace must be in a city, but the word is rarely used for buildings other than the grandest royal residences. The expression hôtel particulier is used for an urban "private house" of a grand sort.

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MADONNA LYRICS

Music Ringtone  Music Ringtone

"Music"

Hey, Mr DJ put a record on
I wanna dance with my baby

Do you like to Boogie woogie, do you like to Boogie woogie,
do you like to Boogie woogie, do you like my dancing?

Hey Mr. DJ put a record on I wanna dance with my baby
And when the music starts
I never wanna stop, it's gonna drive me crazy

Music, music
Music makes the people come together
Music mix the bourgeoisie and the rebel

Don't think of yesterday and I don't look at the clock
I like to boogie woogie
It's like ridin' on the wind and it never goes away

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1.

manor[man·or || 'mænə(r)]
n. estate; mansion and the land around it; main house or mansion on an estate
 
2.

1 a : the house or hall of an estate : MANSION b : a landed estate
2 a : a unit of English rural territorial organization especially : such a unit in the Middle Ages consisting of an estate under a lord enjoying a variety of rights over land and tenants including the right to hold court b : a tract of land in No. America occupied by tenants who pay a fixed rent in money or kind to the proprietor
 –ma·no·ri·al \mə-'nōr-ē-əl, -'nȯr-\ adjective
 –ma·no·ri·al·ism \-ə-ˌli-zəm\ noun
 –to the manor born : born into circumstances of wealth and privilege
 
 

 


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