To let go of something (often associated with power or property)
An over-the-counter pain relief medication, identical with Tylenol.
something unspoiled or pure.
The collecting of numbers and names of trains as they pass through rail stations or other vantage points.
A singularly unique and often spectacular occurrence.
An idyllic moment in time (viewed from a future where the memory has been colored by nostalgia)
A compulsion to do something again and again even in the face of negative consequences to one’s health or wellbeing.
British term for an apartment.
Submissive and easily dominated by authority.
A burden to be suffered; a hardship often accompanied by physical pain.
Relating to the rule of England by Queen Victoria covering most of the last two-thirds of the 1800s.
Of questionable reliability; subject to mistrust.
to fancy someone or something is to be attracted to it or him/her/them.
A drug that dulls the senses and is capable of relieving pain.
Drugs that are inserted into the rectum to dissolve there
a class of drugs with a mild tranquilizing effect, used in the treatment of anxiety or insomnia. They can also help ease withdrawal symptoms in recovering heroin addicts.