Why not just use a dictionary and a pencil?
You can cut it in pieces.
A scientist opens a jar labeled "Atoms" and says to his colleague, "Take two. They're small."
Often fiction is more useful in real life than "real stuff". You can argue that point if you like but I will stand my ground. I learned that from...
An alternate spelling is tsar - so is cz pronounced ts in Russian?
Incidentally, in German, Czechoslovakia is spelled Tschechoslowakei.
Not necessarily. A temperature of 2 degrees is not "twice as much temperature" as 1degree.
Zero and nothing are not the same.
M.C. Escher may have been inspired by your neighbourhood.
I saw it on a TV show:
"Conspicuity" - the quality or state of being conspicuous : conspicuousness.
The context was "conspcuity tape",...
I think what they're interested in celebrating is more like:
"... a land of Cavaliers and Cotton Fields called the Old South... Here in this pretty...
No. Eradicating smallpox is not genocide.
But not lucid.
If it's another species, I don't think we can call it genocide. Genocide is against people.
You guys are always swimming upstream, aren't you? :)
We've already declared war on the oceans.
If they're FROM another planet, it's automatically interplanetary. The "Indian Wars" were intercontinental.
And it would only be genocide if there...
Hmm.... Rodenbouough... Roddenbury... Roddenberry?
True, but cities tend to be more commonly used as names. London is a more common name than Matterhorn.
If a person is "from" a place, cities tend to...
It wouldn't be World War Three. It would be Interplanetary War One.
Seems more likely that a person would be named after a town than a mountain, doesn't it?
Separate names with a comma.