“Applied. adj. Put in practice; used practically: applied science.”
…the book nearest me was a dictionary… uh.
“Qu’est-ce que je fais?”
OMFG (it means “What do I do?”)
The angry slaves were not working.
“My lord, upon the platform where we watch.”
“Laughing at the astonished look on Dudley’s face, Harry took the stairs three at a time, and hurled himself back into his room.”
“Then they threw me down on the ground; the sand from the fake beach cushioned the landing, but I still hit my head.”
Dear GOD this sounds awful out of context! D:
“There was a smell of death about that room; a heavy smell, sweet and foul, clinging.”
“The Olympics had changed everything.” how ominous
“I rubbed at my forehead.” Yep, accurate….
“He suddenly felt less unhappy.”
“Closing her eyes had blocked out the roar of the bloodstains, whereupon she had heard the falling water.”
“Spreading eastward from the gargantuan building was a vast stretch of water the color of a bruise.”
“And no, there is no green, anywhere.”
“The old man dragged her well off the road into a tangle of trees, cursing and muttering all the while.”
Dear sweet Jesus, WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!