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31/10/2009

day 039
..hello ween preparation..
by watching far too much dexter

word of the day:
GIG⋅GLE GOO
[ˈgɪglæ gu]

n liquor. : Can I pour you a little of that giggle goo?
pol. wóda, gorzała

30/10/2009

day 038
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word of the day:
IN·CON·VEN·IENT
[ɪnkən`vi:njənt]

in⋅con⋅ven⋅ient⋅ly, in⋅con⋅ven⋅ience, in·con·ven·ienced, in·con·ven·ienc·ing, in·con·ven·ienc·es
Not easily accessible or at hand: The phone is in an inconvenient place.
Inopportune; untimely: an inconvenient time for a visit.
Not suiting one's needs or purposes: The house has an inconvenient floor plan.
pol. niedogodny, niewygodny, kłopotliwy, uciążliwy

29/10/2009

day 037
..cardiff city millennium stadium..

word of the day: IN⋅SULT
[`ɪnsʌlt]

in⋅sult⋅a⋅ble, in⋅sult⋅er
verb (used with object)
To treat or speak to insolently or with contemptuous rudeness; affront.
To affect as an affront; offend or demean.
noun
An insolent or contemptuously rude action or remark; affront.
Something having the effect of an affront: That book is an insult to one's intelligence.
Medicine/Medical: an injury or trauma, an agent that inflicts this,
pol. obraza, zniewaga, obelga, afront, wyzwisko

28/10/2009

day 036
e.t. phone home..

word of the day: DE⋅CEIT⋅FUL
[dɪ`si:tful]

de⋅ceit⋅ful⋅ly, de⋅ceit⋅ful⋅ness
Given to deceiving: A deceitful person cannot keep friends for long.
Intended to deceive; misleading; fraudulent: a deceitful action.
pol. podstępny, oszukańczy, fałszywy, kłamliwy

27/10/2009

day 035
...

word of the day: FRAUD
[fro:d]

fraudful, fraud⋅ful⋅ly
Deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage.
A particular instance of such deceit or trickery: mail fraud; election frauds.
Any deception, trickery, or humbug: That diet book is a fraud and a waste of time.
A person who makes deceitful pretenses; sham; poseur.
pol. szalbierstwo, oszustwo, oszust, defraudacja

26/10/2009

day 034
..my photogramic gattropolis..

word of the day: SAME⋅NESS
['seɪmnəs]

The state or quality of being the same; identity; uniformity.
Lack of variety; monotony.
pol. identyczność; monotonia

25/10/2009

day 033
..piece of glass, to see the world through..

word of the day: HOS·TIL·I·TY
[ho`stɪlɪtɪ]

hos·til·i·ties
A hostile state, condition, or attitude; enmity; antagonism; unfriendliness.
A hostile act.
Opposition or resistance to an idea, plan, project, etc.
pol. wrogość, wrogie nastawienie, agresywność

24/10/2009

day 032
..piece of glass, to see the world through..

word of the day: SHAL·LOW
['ʃæləʊ]

shal·low·er, shal·low·est, shal·lowed, shal·low·ing, shal·lows, shal'low·ly, shal'low·ness
Measuring little from bottom to top or surface; lacking physical depth.
Lacking depth of intellect, emotion, or knowledge.
Marked by insufficient inhalation of air; weak: shallow respirations.
pol. płytki; fig. niepoważny, powierzchowny

23/10/2009

day 031
.WOW. it's been a month, busy busy monthy.. 9 months ahead though
seems like having a baby but it will be more than that.

brutalism in architechture

word of the day: flip the bird
The act of pointing your middle finger at someone meaning "fuck you".
Giving someone the finger.

22/10/2009

day 030
.life is a threat.
ubiquitous cinnamon cat attacks ..

word of the day: STER⋅LING
[`stə:lɪN]

ster⋅ling⋅ly, ster⋅ling⋅ness
adjective
Of, pertaining to, or noting British money: The sterling equivalent is #5.50.
Made of silver of this fineness.
Thoroughly excellent: a man of sterling worth.
noun
British currency.
The standard of fineness for gold and silver coin in the United Kingdom, 0.91666 for gold and 0.500 for silver.
Also called sterling silver. silver having a fineness of 0.925, now used esp. in the manufacture of table utensils, jewelry, etc.
Manufactured articles of sterling silver.
pol. szterling (funt); o standardowej czystości i wartości, wartościowy, nienaganny, solidny.

21/10/2009

day 029

word of the day: I.E.
Latin: id est
That is
pol. tj. to jest, tzn. to znaczy

20/10/2009

day 028
..pimp my wellingtons..
DIY
[do it yourself]
wellingtons, paper or other sharp knife, nice ribbon, thick thread, needle, 3-4 hours of your time, patience
i've cut
my wellingtons in the middle of their hight [were under knee tall] and pimped them up with a light blue, velvet ribbon and small bows..

word of the day:
NOV·EL·TY
[`novəltɪ]

nov·el·ties
The quality of being novel; newness.
Something new and unusual; an innovation.
A small mass-produced article, such as a toy or trinket.
pol. nowość, innowacja, nowatorstwo, nowinka, drobiazg pod choinkę

19/10/2009

day 027
..steady..

word of the day: PRO⋅LONG
[pro'loŋ]

pro·longed, pro·long·ing, pro·longs, pro⋅long⋅a⋅ble, pro⋅long⋅a⋅ble⋅ness, pro⋅long⋅a⋅bly, pro⋅long⋅er, pro⋅long⋅ment
To lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer: to prolong one's stay abroad.
To make longer in spatial extent: to prolong a line.
pol. przedłużać, prolongować

18/10/2009

day 026
too much hot water.. too much steam.. not much air..
passing out after having a bath is a weird experience..
what would dr. house say if he would be here right then?
by the way.. i'm at episode 4 of season 6
we're back with the plot to square 1 - i'm not too happy about that..

word of the day: PRE⋅SUMP⋅TION
[prɪ`zʌmpʃən]

presume, pre·sumed, pre·sum·ing, pre·sumes, pre⋅sum⋅ed⋅ly, pre⋅sum⋅er
The act of presuming or accepting as true.
Acceptance or belief based on reasonable grounds or probable evidence; assumption or supposition.
A condition or basis for accepting or presuming.
Law. an inference required or permitted by law as to the existence of one fact from proof of the existence of other facts.
pol. przypuszczenie, mniemanie, domniemanie, założenie, podstawa, pewność siebie, arogancja

17/10/2009

day 025
spent two days watching avantgarde films and art
while brainstorming made a map of my inspirations around
3 x M = Miasto, Masa, Maszyna [City, Mass, Machine]
there it is..

word of the day: O⋅PAQUE
[əu`peɪk]

o⋅paqued, o⋅paqu⋅ing, o⋅paque⋅ly, o⋅paque⋅ness,
adjective
Not transparent or translucent; impenetrable to light; not allowing light to pass through.
Not transmitting radiation, sound, heat, etc.
Not shining or bright; dark; dull.
Hard to understand; not clear or lucid; obscure: The problem remains opaque despite explanations.
Dull, stupid, or unintelligent.
noun
Something that is opaque.
Photography. a coloring matter, usually black or red, used to render part of a negative opaque.
verb (used with object)
Photography. to cover up blemishes on (a negative), esp. for making a printing plate.
To cause to become opaque.
pol. nieprzezroczysty, nieprzejrzysty, mętny, nieprzenikniony
Synonyms: murky, cloudy, muddy

16/10/2009

day 024
last day with da folks spent in the park.
..
a wise old owl lived in an oak
the more he saw the less he spoke
the less he spoke the more he heard
why can't we all be like that wise old bird?

word of the day: AS⋅TUTE
[ə'stjut]

as⋅tute⋅ly, as⋅tute⋅ness,
Of keen penetration or discernment; sagacious: an astute analysis.
Clever; cunning; ingenious; shrewd: an astute merchandising program; an astute manipulation of facts.
pol. chytry, bystry, przebiegły, przenikliwy
Synonyms: 1. smart, quick, perceptive. 2. artful, crafty, wily, sly.

15/10/2009

day 023
time starts running a bit too fast for me..
word of the day: GRAP·PLE
[`græpl]

grap·pled, grap·pling, grap·ples, grap⋅pler
To try to overcome or deal (usually fol. by with): to grapple with a problem.
pol. zmagać się (z), mocować się, borykać się
Synonyms: struggle, contend, wrestle, cope, tussle

14/10/2009

day 022
“he who wants a rose must respect the thorn.”
persian proverb

word of the day: POIGN⋅ANT
[`poɪnjənt]

poign⋅ant⋅ly, poign'ance, poign'an·cy n.,
Keenly distressing to the feelings: poignant regret.
Keen or strong in mental appeal: a subject of poignant interest.
Affecting or moving the emotions: a poignant scene.
Pungent to the smell: poignant cooking odors.
pol. przejmujący, dojmujący, dotkliwy, chwytający za serce, żałosny (of taste etc.)cierpki, ostry
Synonyms: intense, sincere, heartfelt. piquant, sharp.
Antonyms: mild.

13/10/2009

day 021
sweet dreams.. nighty night
word of the day: CONVEY
[kən`veɪ]
con⋅vey⋅a⋅ble, con·veyed, con·vey·ing, con·veys
To carry, bring, or take from one place to another; transport; bear.
To communicate; impart; make known.
To lead or conduct, as a channel or medium; transmit.
Law. to transfer; pass the title to.
pol. przewozić (z) (do), przekazywać, komunikować

12/10/2009

day 020
my first photogram ever! and the first visit and work in a real dark room...
aaaaawesome i say! awesome !!
ok let me put a short note what the photogram is..
it is a photographic image made without a camera by placing objects directly
onto the surface of a photographic paper and then exposing it to light.

word of the day: NE⋅GLECT
[nɪ`glekt]
ne⋅glect⋅ed⋅ly, ne⋅glect⋅ed⋅ness, ne⋅glect⋅er, ne⋅glec⋅tor
To pay no attention or too little attention to; disregard or slight.
To be remiss in the care or treatment of. To omit, through indifference or carelessness.
To fail to carry out or perform (orders, duties, etc.) To fail to take or use.
pol. zaniedbanie, lekceważenie, pominięcie, pomijanie, niedopatrzenie

11/10/2009

day 019

word of the day: CON⋅VICT
v[kən`vɪkt] n[`konvɪkt]
··con⋅vict⋅a⋅ble, con⋅vict⋅i⋅ble, con⋅vic⋅tive, con⋅vic⋅tive⋅ly
verb (used with object):To prove or declare guilty of an offense, esp. after a legal trial.
To impress with a sense of guilt.
noun: A person proved or declared guilty of an offense. A person serving a prison sentence.
pol. skazywać, uznawać winnym, skazaniec więzień


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day 018
VALLEYS HERITAGE TOUR
Castell Coch (The Red Castle), market town of Brecon, central peaks at Brecon Beacons National Park, Libanus Visitors' Centre & Wales' largest fortress Caerphilly Castle.

word of the day: RE⋅LUC⋅TANT
[rɪ`lʌktənt]

re⋅luc⋅tant⋅ly
Unwilling; disinclined, struggling in opposition.
pol. niechętny
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