A greeting used by youth in Hartford. Synonymous with "how's it going?" or "what's up?"
The practice of preserving the bodies of animals.
To set free or release from a particular geographic location or space.
A state of being fragile or unstable.
A mythological being that is half-man and half-horse.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, a range of symptoms that can be experienced after a stressful or troubling event such as war.
To bounce or rebound off something.
To have uncertain or mixed feelings.
The uniform worn by soldiers.
Something that appears everwhere or is very common.
"Lo siento" means "sorry" in Spanish.
A combination of qualities—such as shape, color, or form—that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially sight.
An artificial body part, such as a leg, a heart, or a breast implant.
A person who is killed because of religious or other beliefs.
Action or intervention, especially to produce a particular effect, or a thing or person that acts to produce a particular result.
An unborn offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human baby more than eight weeks after conception.
Be full to the point of overflowing.
Placed or laid over something else, typically so that both things are still evident.
The placing of clauses or phrases one after another, without words to indicate coordination or subordination.
Of handwriting or print: clear enough to read.