|From:||Aidan Grey <grey@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 31, 2002, 17:19|
Brought to you by a (architecture), d (directions), and subordinate clauses.
Note: I'm going to give fewer context sentences since it seems that 10 is too
6. lock (v or n)
My house has a door that faces north, but windows that face east and west.
That unusual house has 6 walls per room.
The threshhold is where the door is.
There aren't any locks on the doors, not even on the bathroom door.
In the southern corner, against the ceiling, there are many cobwebs.