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fool's

a look-alike; commonly mistaken for.

fool's mushroom
amanitaverna.
fool's parsley
aethusacynapium.
fool's watercress
siumangustifolium.

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Q. Is it possible to fool alcohol breath test? And if so – how?

A. Alcohol in our breath comes from our lungs. When we drink a lot, there’s alcohol circling in our blood stream. When it arrives to the lungs some of it vaporizes and come out of our breath, the amount that vaporizes depended on the amount that we have in our blood stream. The electronic devise is looking for the alcohol molecule and not it’s odor, and the only way to avoid having alcohol in our breath is waiting until it’ll go out of our system.

Q. You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not... President Abraham Lincoln said: You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.

A. By the way, Abraham Lincoln had Sanpaku eyes. Other persons with this different eyes were Marylin Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Herbert von Karajan, Bette Davis, Michael Chaplin, Willy Brandt, Harry Belafonte, Natalie Wood, Günter Grass, Vincent L. Broderick, Joe Curran, Mark A. Fein, Charles E. Wright and many others like lixurion999.

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Most April Fool's Day jokes are far less elaborate, however, and usually just involve telling a friend or family member a fib, to see their surprised reaction.
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The tradition spread elsewhere with April Fool's Day taking on an international flavour, each country celebrating the holiday in its own way.
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A Fool's Paradise By Nancy Flowers Wilson Flowers in Bloom Publishing, Marcli 2001, $14.
Southworth's book is indeed filled with fascinating information about medieval and early modern court fools, and its copious illustrations provide a rich and useful visual sense of the fool's evolution throughout this period.
With a large portion of the Fool's business conducted online, the company needed to use a secure and reliable form of high-speed data transmission between sites.
The internet has given April Fool's Day a new lease of life.
When it was said of Pace that he had disgraced his scholarship by wearing the fool's motley, a shrewd courtier observed: "It is lesse hurtful to the common - weale, when wisemen go in foole's coates, than when fooles go in wisemen's gownes".