A POTENTATE in the Tater Kingdom is an important tater.
The verb, to ''Potentiate'', means to make more potent or powerful, to enhance the effect of, or to promote or strengthen. It is derived from the latin for power which is ''potentia''.
If you break down the word--Macrocosmic Potentate--you can figure it out Macro-cosmic Potent-ate Macro=large cosmic=world or universe potent=power ate=cause Macrocosmic Potentate means to have the power to cause great change in the world or universe
he is considered "royalty" and would be treated as such.
yes, it will actually potentate the percocet
Suleiman the Magnificenthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suleiman_the_Magnificent
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - 1950 The Indian Potentate 6-21 was released on: USA: 20 February 1956
Yes, it is safe but be warned that smoking hash while on LSD will potentate it considerably.
In chapter 20 she is referring to Satan/the Devil/the Black Man
Potentate, monarch, sovereign, leader, head of state. -- shah, shogun, king, alpha... you can look at different cultures and find definitions.
Snake like ability to dodge questions and shark like attitude toward others coupled with the greed of your most vicious potentate.
A monarch by definition is a ruler. Other names for monarchs or rulers are, supreme ruler, sovereign, king, queen, emperor, empress, majesty and potentate.
Synonyms for mogul: VIP, executive, key player, king, magnate, notable, personage, potentate, prince, princess, queen, royalty, top brass, tycoon
macro is Greek for large cosmo is Greek for world or universe potent is Latin for power ate is Latin for cause to have the power to cause great change in the universe or world.
Yes. The two will potentate each other. Just don't take like 8mg of Xanax and like 300mg of Diphenhydramine. It's similar to the combination of Hydrocodone and Diphenhydramine.
Yes, you can, but be careful. Zanaflex is a muscle relaxer and will potentate the opiates(oxycodone is an opiate). But both cause respiratory depression, so mixing high quantities of both can cause death. Be careful.
This phrase was coined by Howard Lawrence Carr who hosts a popular radio program on WRKO 680 AM in Boston, Massachusetts. He often uses the phrase whenreferring to the recent death of some celebrity or potentate.