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What the meaning of Man's word is his bond?
a bond is a financial guarantee in many case. Such as, a contractor must be bonded t insure the completion of the job. A good man's word will act as that - you will only has to trust the good man's word.
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The responsibility of bringing civilization and Christianity to developing countries. This perceived responsibility on the part of Europeans drove them to colonize the Third …World over three centuries (18th through the 20th). It's origin is from the poem "The White Man's Burden" by Rudyards Kipling, often called the poet of the imperialism. This poem, in short, is about justification and the need to teach other people how to live and act like Europeans. In all it's meaning is, natives of the colonies.
What may be offensive to one person may be beautiful to another. What one person may consider highly objectionable, another may consider a high form of art. Tastefulness or la…ck thereof is in the eye of the beholder.
The man's car was in perfect condition.
just means there is no blood flow to your penis cause your hormones aren't excited Another answer: The normal state of a mans or boys penis is soft, limp, flaccid, t…his is the condition it is in most of his life. It only got hard, erect, stiff, when he is sexually aroused and once orgasm has taken place it is perfectly normal for it to return to its normal limp state.
This refers to the functions of a man as well as his responsibililties in the home.
"White man's burden" was a phrase originally coined by Rudyard Kipling in one of his poems. It was taken as a phrase to sum up imperialist thought through a Western-centric vi…ewpoint. Essentially, it argues that whites had the right and obligation to rule over and try to improve "lesser" cultures by converting them to Western ways. For a parallel, look at the idea of being a "city upon a hill," or any case of cultural imperialism.
In some situations, love, it means SEXY TIME.
The "white man's burden" is an historical ideal (sparked in the 1700s) held by SOME, not all, Europeans that they had a duty, rather a "burden", put on themselves to take care… of all the other "inferior" races of the earth. This was often used as an excuse for racism, genocide, slavery, and imperialism.
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It means when people are cruel to other people
You need to ask the particular woman involved. I know that destroys the possibility of wishful thinking, but it's infinitely more accurate than asking a bunch of people who ne…ither know nor care what she meant, if in fact it wasn't simply an accident.
no man's land n.1. Land under dispute by two opposing parties, especially the field of battle between the lines of two opposing entrenched armies. 2. An area of unc…ertainty or ambiguity. 3. An unclaimed or unowned piece of land. no man's land - land that is unowned and uninhabited (and usually undesirable)
In US Civil War
An act for "enrolling and calling out the National Forces" was signed into law on March 3, 1863, by President Abraham Lincoln. This, the first effective draft by the federal g…overnment, called for all men between the ages of 18 and 45 to be enrolled into local militia units and be available to be called into national service. The draft law exempted men in some occupations, such as telegraph operators, railroad engineers, judges, and certain other government employees. Men with mental disabilities or with certain types of dependents were also exempted. Physical disabilities that would exempt a man included imperfect vision in the right eye, lack of front teeth and molars, and loss of more than one finger of the right hand or more than two fingers of the left hand. . The actual drafting of the men was the responsibility of the states, which usually used a lottery system. When the government issued a call for more troops, each state would be given a quota to fill based on its population. The number of volunteers would be subtracted from the quota and the difference would be drafted. If a draftee, volunteered before the final muster, he avoided the stigma of compulsory service and was eligible to collect a bounty of $100 from the federal government plus additional bounties from the state and local communities. In total, the bounties could exceed $500, which was about the average yearly wage in those days. States considered it a matter of pride to fill their quotas without having to resort to the draft. . A draftee could gain an exemption by paying a fee of $300 or by hiring a substitute. The obvious inequity of this provision prompted the cry of "rich man's war, but poor man's fight." The bounty system also made possible the enrichment of a large number of unscrupulous persons called "bounty jumpers." These men would enlist to collect their bounty, then desert and enlist somewhere else and collect another bounty.
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In US Civil War
In the context not only of the American Civil War but of many other wars, as well, the phrase "rich man's war and poor man's fight" is a significant one. Its basic meaning… is that, while wealthy leaders may cause wars, it is the poor people who end up doing the actual fighting -- and dying.
People are not prone to believe someone that is not successful. While it is a generalization and stereotype, poor people tend to be less educated and less nsuccessful in their… lives. This makes people less likely to listen to what they say and their suggestions. After all, if you want to be successful, who do you listen to, the person that is successful? Or the person that is barely able to make ends meet?