An 80-year-old woman tossed nine coins toward the engine of a plane at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport.One of the coins landed in the engine and the Airbus A320 aircraft was delayed for five hours, CNN reported this week.V and U are only varieties of the same character, U being the cursive form, while V is better adapted for engraving, as in stone. Vacuist (n.) One who holds the doctrine that the space between the bodies of the universe, or the molecules and atoms of matter., is a vacuum; -- opposed to plenist. Vainglorious (a.) Feeling or indicating vainglory; elated by vanity; boastful. Vair (n.) The skin of the squirrel, much used in the fourteenth century as fur for garments, and frequently mentioned by writers of that period in describing the costly dresses of kings, nobles, and prelates. Valencia (n.) A kind of woven fabric for waistcoats, having the weft of wool and the warp of silk or cotton. Valeramide (n.) The acid amide derivative of valeric acid, obtained as a white crystalline substance. The order includes also the corn salads and the oriental spikenard. Valerianic (a.) Performance to, or obtained from, valerian root; specifically, designating an acid which is usually called valeric acid. Version (n.) A change of form, direction, or the like; transformation; conversion; turning.The two letters were formerly used indiscriminately, and till a comparatively recent date words containing them were often classed together in dictionaries and other books of reference (see U). t.) To move one way and the other; to reel or stagger; to waver. t.) To fluctuate in mind or opinion; to be unsteady or inconstant; to waver. Vacillation (n.) The act of vacillating; a moving one way and the other; a wavering. Vacuity (n.) The quality or state of being vacuous, or not filled; emptiness; vacancy; as, vacuity of mind; vacuity of countenance. t.) To lower, or take off, in token of inferiority, reverence, submission, or the like. i.) To yield or recede; to give place; to show respect by yielding, uncovering, or the like. Vainglory (n.) Excessive vanity excited by one's own performances; empty pride; undue elation of mind; vain show; boastfulness. It is represented in heraldry by a series of small shields placed close together, and alternately white and blue. Vakeel (n.) A native attorney or agent; also, an ambassador. Valenciennes lace () A rich kind of lace made at Valenciennes, in France. Valency (n.) A unit of combining power; a so-called bond of affinity. Valeric (a.) Valerianic; specifically, designating any one of three metameric acids, of which the typical one (called also inactive valeric acid), C4H9CO2H, is obtained from valerian root and other sources, as a corrosive, mobile, oily liquid, having a strong acid taste, and an odor of old cheese. Version (n.) A condition of the uterus in which its axis is deflected from its normal position without being bent upon itself. Version (n.) The act of translating, or rendering, from one language into another language. t.) To raise little bladders or blisters upon; to inflame and separate the cuticle of; to blister.Samantha butts heads with her new twenty-something male assistant.While nothing much goes with the story, I still feel entertained by this episode especially after we get to see Carrie try to move on with Mr Big.Vacant (a.) Empty of thought; thoughtless; not occupied with study or reflection; as, a vacant mind. Vaccary (n.) A cow house, dairy house, or cow pasture. Vaccinal (a.) Of or pertaining to vaccinia or vaccination. since that date, preparations containing only specific antigenic portions of the pathogenic organism are also used, some of which are prepared by genetic engineering techniques. Vaginal (a.) Of or pertaining to a vagina; resembling a vagina, or sheath; thecal; as, a vaginal synovial membrane; the vaginal process of the temporal bone. Valet (n.) A male waiting servant; a servant who attends on gentleman's person; a body servant. i.) To hazard one's self; to have the courage or presumption to do, undertake, or say something; to dare. i.) To make a venture; to run a hazard or risk; to take the chances. t.) To expose to hazard; to risk; to hazard; as, to venture one's person in a balloon. t.) To put or send on a venture or chance; as, to venture a horse to the West Indies. Venturine (n.) Gold powder for covering varnished surfaces. Its diameter is 7,700 miles, and its sidereal period 224.7 days. Verbatim (adv.) Word for word; in the same words; verbally; as, to tell a story verbatim as another has related it. Verbose (a.) Abounding in words; using or containing more words than are necessary; tedious by a multiplicity of words; prolix; wordy; as, a verbose speaker; a verbose argument. ) of Verbosity Verbosity (n.) The quality or state of being verbose; the use of more words than are necessary; prolixity; wordiness; verbiage. Vergeboard (n.) The ornament of woodwork upon the gable of a house, used extensively in the 15th century. Vermeil (n.) Vermilion; also, the color of vermilion, a bright, beautiful red. Vermeil (n.) A liquid composition applied to a gilded surface to give luster to the gold. Versatile (a.) Turning with ease from one thing to another; readily applied to a new task, or to various subjects; many-sided; as, versatile genius; a versatile politician. The Vertebrata always have a dorsal, or neural, cavity above the notochord or backbone, and a ventral, or visceral, cavity below it. of Vertebrated Vertebrated (a.) Having a backbone, or vertebral column, containing the spinal marrow, as man, quadrupeds, birds, amphibia, and fishes. Very (adv.) In a high degree; to no small extent; exceedingly; excessively; extremely; as, a very great mountain; a very bright sum; a very cold day; the river flows very rapidly; he was very much hurt. Vesicle (n.) A cavity or sac, especially one filled with fluid; as, the umbilical vesicle.However, as simple as that seems, the truth is that a guy will find it very difficult to seduce a woman if he feels nervous or shy around her, or if he doesn’t know how to flirt and make her feel sexual attraction for him. One simple way of showing her that you are alpha and not like 80% of the guys she meets, is to be a bit of a challenge.
Words whose second letter is V V () V, the twenty-second letter of the English alphabet, is a vocal consonant. Vain (superl.) Proud of petty things, or of trifling attainments; having a high opinion of one's own accomplishments with slight reason; conceited; puffed up; inflated. Vain (n.) Vanity; emptiness; -- now used only in the phrase in vain. Valence (n.) The degree of combining power of an atom (or radical) as shown by the number of atoms of hydrogen (or of other monads, as chlorine, sodium, etc.) with which it will combine, or for which it can be substituted, or with which it can be compared; thus, an atom of hydrogen is a monad, and has a valence of one; the atoms of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon are respectively dyads, triads, and tetrads, and have a valence respectively of two, three, and four. Valentine (n.) A letter containing professions of love, or a missive of a sentimental, comic, or burlesque character, sent on St. Valentinian (n.) One of a school of Judaizing Gnostics in the second century; -- so called from Valentinus, the founder. Valerianaceous (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, plants of a natural order (Valerianaccae) of which the valerian is the type. t.) To relate or describe in verse; to compose in verse. t.) To turn into verse; to render into metrical form; as, to versify the Psalms.So, the question is: How confident are you around the types of women you want to seduce?