Nope. The size of those other organs have no correlation to the size of your penis.
the general lethargy felt after a large meal
It's a nautical expression, from sailing ship days. With by and large the modern landlubber means "in general; on the whole; everything considered; for the most part".
Because a large amount of the motor cortex is dedicated to controlling the hands.
Tesco is a large supermarket retailer to the general public in the UK and elsewhere. They sell everything from groceries to garden furniture. It is similar to the US' walmart.
You look up the dimensions of small, medium, and large knuckle dusters, then decide if you have small, medium, or large hands.
Very large, you can't really say exactly how big they were.
For which type of arrangement is large size likely to be most inappropriate?
If you are in a major/large city, you can most likely find a paint store. They will carry them, and are usually cheaper than say, buying them from a general store.
There is no real distinction between a small, medium and large pony. A pony is any horse that is under 14.2 hands tall. There is a distinction between small, medium and large ponies in the horse world. A small pony can not exceed 12.2 hands. A medium pony range in height from 12.2 to 13.2 hands. The large pony must be over 13.2 hands, but not more than 14.2hands.
the answer is horse, because horses are measured in hands not feet ~Furfur
It would probably be easier.
This is the beginning text of Thank You, Ma'am, by Langston Hughes: "She was a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but hammer and nails. It had a long strap, and she carried it slung across her shoulder." No, it is not a metaphor. "Everything but a hammer and nails" is an idiom and hyperbole not a metaphor.
A small pony is a pony under 12.3 hands.
A normal Arabian will run 13.2 hands to 16.2 hands with occassional individual sabove and below this size
The beginning text of Thank You, Ma'am, by Langston Hughes: "She was a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but hammer and nails. It had a long strap, and she carried it slung across her shoulder." It uses hyperbole -- everything in it but hammer and nails. The image is a characterization in an indirect comparison (large woman; large purse).
Yes, the noun 'large' is a common noun; a general word for a clothing size for persons who are heavier or broader than average; a general word for a garment in this size; a word for any large.The word 'large' is also an adjective: large, larger, largest.
you will have hands. really large hands, to be specific. and some apples too
Just large enough to hold what counts. WINK.
He was very large and with his many hands he was Briarean in nature.
BOWEL is the term what we use for small & large intestines.
will the thymus of your specimen likely be large or atrophied? why
If your hands seem overly large, they may be retaining water. Try eating less salt, which will help to minimize how much fluid you retain and ultimately make your hands smaller.
No, not by a very large margin.
isn't really a fear for that. but there is a fear for large objects in general . it is called megalophobia.
Most likely the large man.