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Best regards
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Should I tell a story?


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Neeeeeeeext
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lol
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Just read up about Heartbleed.
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Go on the maths section
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Academic Dictionary of Lithuanian
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Academic Dictionary of Lithuanian (Lithuanian: Didysis lietuvių kalbos žodynas or Akademinis lietuvių kalbos žodynas) is the complete thesaurus of the Lithuanian language and is one of the most extensive lexicographical pieces in the world.

It contains more than half a million Lithuanian headwords, and is 20 volumes (22 thousand pages) long. Most words have an explanation of their usage, origins and area of usage with examples. The Dictionary contains words collected from all written forms, since the first Lithuanian published book in 1547 until 2001.

History
The idea of the Dictionary belongs to Lithuanian philologist Kazimieras Būga. He started collecting material for the dictionary in 1902 and had over 617,000 cards with words, part of them from Antanas Juška dictionary. The first part of the dictionary was printed in 1924, the complete first volume in 1941 (letters A-B) under supervision of Juozas Balčikonis. The second volume appeared in 1947, and together with the first it was banned and hidden by the Soviet authorities because of ideological reasons. These volumes are now bibliographical rarities. The first and second volumes had to be republished later. Work continued as the third volume was published in 1956, although it was difficult under the Soviet regime; some words (especially religious) were forced to be omitted. The loss was restored after Lithuania regained independence and ideological barriers were removed.

The work on the dictionary took more than six decades by many generations of linguists. It was finished in 2005, and an online version has appeared.

The dictionary is available printed, on CD-ROM and online.
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here's a riddle for you:


Paul is 20 years old in 1980, but only 15 years old in 1985. How is this possible?
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Go on the maths section
**** off. Maths is amazing
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here's a riddle for you:


Paul is 20 years old in 1980, but only 15 years old in 1985. How is this possible?
he is Benjamin button
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A story loool.

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1VHMHgQtYzt
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Go on the maths section
Excuse me. If i go there i would stay there for a good 5 hours

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here's a riddle for you:


Paul is 20 years old in 1980, but only 15 years old in 1985. How is this possible?
He was born in 2000BC?
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he is Benjamin button
No but close.
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He was born in 2000BC?
ffs there is always someone.
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ffs there is always someone.
With a brain? :sexface:
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Just read through your own post history. Works for me most nights. :yawn:
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Help. I'm a nice guy but can't get a girlfriend.
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With a brain? :sexface:
Ok smart arse, here is another one:

You’re a bus driver. At the first stop 4 people get on. At the second stop 8 people on, at the third stop 2 people get off and, at the forth stop everyone got off. The question is what color are the bus drivers eyes?
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Best regards
to be perfectly honest, I do not think that going on the internet with the lights on and an active mind will send you to sleep.
I think you should just make a 5 minute recording on the most important thing you should know for your exams, shut the light off, lie down, close your eyes, put headphones on and listen to it again and again and again (on alow volume) and you'll easily fall asleep. :rolleyes:
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