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Rationale #5 of the Danvers Statement flagged “the growing claims of legitimacy for sexual relationships which have biblically and historically been considered illicit or perverse, and the increase in pornographic portrayal of human sexuality.” And the final affirmation (#10) prophetically affirmed, “We are convinced that a denial or neglect of these principles will lead to increasingly destructive consequences in our families, our churches, and the culture at large.” Those “destructive consequences” have arrived. As Western culture has become increasingly post-Christian, it has embarked upon a massive revision of what it means to be a human being.

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"He been hit dat from last week."- He has already had sex with that(her), since last week.

"I'm finna go get some chicken." I am (or possibly I am considering) going to get chicken.

possess, own, be in possession of, be the owner of, be the possessor of, be the proud possessor of, have in one's possession, have to one's name, count among one's possessions, be blessed with, boast, enjoy Have and have got: there is a great deal of debate on the difference between these two forms; a traditional view is that have got is chiefly British, but not correct in formal writing, while have is chiefly American.

Actual usage is more complicated: have got is in fact also widely used in US English.

Here, English nursery rhymes are written with nonsensical French phrases meant to recall the sounds of the English words, and the resulting French texts are presented as a historical manuscript and given a pseudo-learned commentary.

meaning 'a walkie-talkie' (hand-held, two-way radio). For those who do not speak English, such words may be believed to exist as such in English.

However, in Canada, where both English and French are spoken, expressions such as are not used.) Some examples of Franglais are in fact imagined or examples of words being adopted from one language into another in the opposite direction of what many people believe.

' In Monty Python's 1975 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the French castle guard (John Cleese) orders, when King Arthur (Graham Chapman) doesn't want to go away, his fellow guards to "Fetchez la vache.".

The other French guards respond with "), a term that has become standardized and has appeared on many French hair-care product labels since at least the 1990s.