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This week’s phrase is ‘in the nick of time’, and it’s pretty interesting, but that’s not the reason for this post.
The concept of a ‘Blue law’ has a puritan background, from Massachusetts Bay colony (I found a reference to New Haven colony also. Many authorities have argued that some of the early laws, or a book describing the regulations, were printed on blue paper. 3) In Melachim II 21:7 we find that King Menashe, one of the worst of the Jewish kings, had an idol placed in the Holy Sanctuary of the Temple, according to tradition on this date.
Site of the Week: Doubting Thomas is a term used to describe someone who will refuse to believe something without direct, physical, personal evidence; a skeptic.While all ten are interesting, I think one is more interesting than the others, so I’ve chosen to highlight the Riot Act.If someone “reads the riot act to you”, they’ve got something to say, and it isn’t pleasant.To arrive at pudding time was to arrive at the start of the meal, just in time to eat……That seems a perfectly serviceable idiom, so why did the Tudors change it to ‘the nick of time’?The motivation appears to be the desire to express a finer degree of timing than the vague ‘around the beginning of the meal’.This incidentally is also the source of another teeth/age related phrase – long in the tooth.The advice given in the ‘don’t look…’ proverb is: when receiving a gift be grateful for what it is; don’t imply you wished for more by assessing its value.Elucidate is from Late Latin elucidare, from the Latin prefix e- "thoroughly" plus lucidus "clear, bright." This Latin adjective is the source of English lucid, which describes someone who thinks clearly or something that is clear enough to understand.phospho-profiles of protein kinase targets and has been employed to profile hundreds of disease models and primary human tumors for which many thousands of novel phosphorylation sites have been discovered.A “blue comedian” or “blue comic” is a comedian who usually performs blue, or is known mainly for his or her blue material.Blue comedians often find it difficult to succeed in mainstream media.