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Steve Weimar

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definitions (humor)
Posted: Feb 1, 1994 10:12 AM
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This message was from CHARLIE SILVERMAN to ALL,
originally in conference HUMOR ad
and was forwarded to you by JACK CRAWFORD.
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USEFUL GEOMETRIC DEFINITIONS

1. LOCUS Little insects.
2. POLYGON Dead parrot. At one time it ate the locus.
3. SYMMETRY A place to bury the polygons that ate
the locus.
4. RAY The man who buries the polygons that ate
the locus in the symmetry.
5. HYPOTENUSE Big animals. Polygons sit on them and
eat locus.
6. APOTHEM An animal that is an enemy of the polygon.
It eats locus too.
7. ACUTE An adjective to describe beauty, e.g.
e.g. acute apothem.
8. PI Something that is eaten and sometimes
thrown.
9. PRISM A place where bad people who throw pis
are held.

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