Adverb for for humour?
Humour has a symbol = o0o
No colour means humorous. You're possibly thinking of off-colour humour, which is generally tasteless or racist humour, or blue humour which is vulgar humour, littered with profanity. There is no actual colour associated with general humour.
The word 'humour' is a noun as word for the quality of being amusing. The word 'humour' is a verb when meaning to comply with someones wishes to appease or satisfy them, however unreasonable the wish may be. The word 'humour' is not an adjective.
John has a good sense of humour.
the boy john had lots of humour.
i don't except to humour an English or Canadian person
In the English language, the correct spelling is humour. There is no such thing as British or American spelling.
1.376 for cornea，1.336 for aqueous humour
M. Younus Butt has written: 'Laf-Pack' -- subject(s): Urdu wit and humor 'Khar-mastiyan' -- subject(s): Humour, Urdu, Urdu Humour 'Mizah Bakker' -- subject(s): Humour, Urdu, Urdu Humour
One Good Indian Humour Website is http://www.bobsbanter.com
No type of humour exists in hard times
Jokes, humour, comic pictures, anything funny, in a witty way rather than crude humour.
The vitreous humour is the CLEAR gel that fills the space between the lens of the eye and the retina.
The aqueous humour. The vitreous humour supplies the region from the lens to the retina.
Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour was created in 1946.
Because of extreme blood and gore, as well as dark humour and adult humour.
In our daily life HUMOUR is vital factor for reducing our stress and tentions. If you have sense of humour, so you can do social work. . . . making others laugh on something is very difficult and if anybody doing it, it seems fantastic.
Satire is a form of humour which criticises something by the use of humour, by exaggerating its characteristics and generally making fun of it.
Most of the humour is suitable for children. A lot of it is slapstick and silly humour which children would enjoy.. Some of the humour would be very subtle and children might not understand it like adults would.
Duke Humour is a Canadian based comedy group from White Rock, British Columbia. http://www.youtube.com/dukehumour
To be "humorvoll" is to have a sense of humour. Literally: to be "full of humour". "Ein humorvoller Abend" would be an entertaining or amusing evening.
because peopleeither like her or ,she's got a great sense of humour! because peopleeither like her or ,she's got a great sense of humour! because people either like her or ,she's got a great sense of humour!
No, but humourous is.
Books of the humour genre can range from any price value. Because it is a topic/theme, it is hard to judge the average price. Typically, any book, including humour books, can be found around $10 to $20.
without a sense of humour u would not laugh and what would a world be without laughter. it would be dull boring and not worth it
depends on your sense of humour
SENCE OF HUMOUR
When it is in mood of humour....
No she is different.
only a sense of humour
People that are very sarcastic. They don't call attention to themselves with behaviour, but use their words instead. Unique word play-the humour is very witty.
Sometimes humour is based on the unexpected, confounding the viewer's expectations. Profanity is no different, humour can arise from it being used in a context where you would not expect to hear it.
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Aquous Humour is located in front of the eye lens and behind the cornea. It helps to maintain constant intra-ocular tension and corneal health, transports nutrients.
yes, i believe that to be correct. every man has individual traits in their body, so it would stand to reason that they would have individual oddities in their humour.
The vitreous humour can be found in a human eye. It is the clear gel between the lens and the retina of a human eyeball. It is sometimes call the vitreous body.
The word not is an adverb. The word there can be an adverb. The combination "not there" is a compound adverb. The homophone phrase "they're not" includes a pronoun, a verb, and an adverb, because the adverb not has to modify an understood adjective or adverb (e.g. "They're not colorful).
1. It retains the aqueous humour. If you puncture the cornea, the aqueous humour will leak out. 2. Being transparent, it transmits light into the eye. 3. The curved shape of the cornea combined with the refractive index of the aqueous humour behind it acts like a convex lens to bring light to a focus on, and create images on, the retina.
The adverb 'when' is an adverb of time.
Boring, without a sense of humour
A great sense of humour?
No he did not have a sense of humour at all.
Humour, WHAT ELSE??!!
Humour or Fiction
An adverb modifies another adverb. Example: You did your homework rather quickly. - The adverb rather is modifying the adverb quickly.
Light passes through the cornea, the aqueous humour, the pupil (which is just an opening in the iris), the lens, and the vitreous humour on its path through the eye to the retina.