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1. noun, slang Paper money, especially in large amounts. Boy, I bet you had to lay down some serious green for that new sports car, huh? How much green is this repair job gonna cost me? Now, don't go shelling out all your green at once just because you've gotten your first paycheck.
2. noun, slang Marijuana, especially that which is inexpensive or of low quality. Dude, I scored some green for the concert!
3. adjective Inexperienced. The new interns are pretty green, but I think they're going to be quick learners.
4. adjective Naïve. The city is full of people ready to take advantage of all the green newcomers that arrive every day.
5. adjective Environmentally conscious or designed not to have an adverse impact on the environment. The new student center was designed with green building principles. This year, our department is trying to focus on all the ways we can be more green.
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green

and green folding and green paper and green stuff
n. money; paper money. (see also long bread.) I have so much green stuff, I don’t know what to do with it. What is need is more green! Not promises!
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green

around/about the gills
Pale or sickly in appearance.
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To introduce readers to Greenly's work (especially the key portions of the tide play which follow), to begin to consider the significance of his book, and to aid in the process of continuing to rethink our sense of early black letters, this essay shares basic biographical and contextual information on Greenly and his plays.
That is what Versluis is implicitly saying, joyously, sincerely, and what he recalls of his innocent world--the innocence of childhood caught in a rapidly changing world at the mercy of "our modern econotheism, our worship of economics." The chapter on "Childhood" is especially vivid, catching as it does the visionary gleam of "the social-natural" world even when "the apocalypse comes not with four horses but with horsepower." One does not forget the predications in this chapter, as when it renders brilliantly a barn scene, the rain diminishing the fitful squalls: "After a rainstorm, before the light breaks through the clouds, everything glistens, the grass and the trees look luminous and glow greenly, lighted from within by the lightning's passing and the water."
Duane Greenly is chief operating officer of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania-based Ames True Temper Inc., operators of a 1.2-million-squarefoot regional distribution center in Carlyle, Pennsylvania.
So, when we see green, for example, what actually happens is that first we empathize, though subconsciously, with the datum at hand, thereby having greenly feelings or feeling greenly, and then, by projection, we see green out there.
Greenly, Severn, MD, was promoted to Major in the US Army Nurse Corps.
As we guess who the culprit is in all of this, Don't forget, my friend that right beside us The young gooseberries are growing and ripening, And, gazing at us greenly, are taking our measure.
98) puts it, "[W]hat makes it the case that a particular way of being appeared to--being appeared to greenly, say--is evidence for the proposition that I see something green?" Promising but unsuccessful answers cite a reliable connection between our having the experience and the beliefs being true, our having good reason to believe in such a connection, the proper functioning of our faculties, and objective epistemic norms.
[12] See especially McColley's "Beneficent Hierarchies: Reading Milton Greenly," Spokesperson Milton: Voices in Contemporary Criticism ed.
cummings: "i thank you God for most this amazing/day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees/and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything/which is natural which is infinite which is yes."
Laurie Greenly is a former high school teacher and current multimedia developer living in Campbell Hall, New York.
tree switches still greenly stiff enough to afford sure mainstay
"Despite the obstacles, e-tailers are doing well and showing sustained growth and forward progress," said Ray Greenly, research director at Shop.org.
They'll also need to recover species and restore habitats both in their own backyards and continents away, make their facilities operate more greenly and create "sustainable extractive reserves" in distant lands where species can be managed by paid locals and then harvested for display.
Furthermore, research has rarely assessed which specific treatment components are most effective for people with SMI in the community (Bond et al., 1985; Booth, 1993; Greenly, Schulz, Nam, & Peterson, 1985; Rosenfield, 1992).