tri·reme [ tr rm ] (plural tri·remes)
ancient galley: a galley, originally used by the ancient Greeks as a warship and later adopted by the Romans, that had three rows of oars on each side, arranged one above the other
supposedly the longest word in a dictionary, an artificial word said to mean a lung disease caused by the inhalation of silica dust
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i got new cell phone!!! okay, so this is kinda old news (circa last friday) but the excitement is still in me and i hear it ring only like once a day :-/ soooooooooooooooooooooo if you'd like to call and LEAVE A MESSAGE go ahead! anytime! (702)349-3079
yuuup. leave a message. after the beep
Habitual or obsessive nose-picking.