Friday, January 22, 2010


venery \ˈve-nə-rē\ noun: 1. the art, act or practice of hunting,
2. animals that are hunted; game, 3. the pursuit of or indulgence in sexual pleasure,
4. sexual intercourse

Etymology: for definitions 1 & 2 Middle English venerie, from Anglo-French, from Old French vener to hunt, from Latin venari to hunt, pursue; for definitions 3 & 4 Middle English venerie, from Medieval Latin veneria, from Latin venus sexual desire

TWENTY-TWO — If the entire human race is transformed into green plant people living off sunlight, how are Scandinavians and others residing close to the poles supposed to survive during that part of the year shrouded in perpetual night?

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