Bill Clinton, constructing, Convenience Lie, Cubanization, deconstructing, dialectics, dialogues, Euros, Gaze, Greece, idioms, Jihadocaust, Joseph, Keynesian, Language, Money, Monica Lewinsky, Neologism, pperized, reconstructing
This is a collection idioms, neologisms and dialogues.
Constructing Deconstructing and Reconstructing is an inherent process of signifying human identity.
Wo(o)/man can be a signification of the presence of the sexes.
Money has to be paperized to bail out ailing economies, creating jobs and ensuring global progress.
I watch the TV gazing at me; I gaze at her lips; I gaze again at incoherence between lips and speech.
The Greeks can survive on a Keynesian injection of Euros.
We are always in the process of expressing the dialectics of language and experiencing the self.
The IS attempts to pursue a JihadOcaust must be thwarted by all democratic nations.
Even if the milk is spilt it can be drunk.
Cubanization is an idiom meaning restoration of diplomatic, economic and cultural ties between nations who have been foes.
Examples of Cubanization
The Cubanization of American Cuba relationship is a melting of a Bipolar Cold War World and the emergence of a geo-polity.
By cooperating on elimination of terrorism, India and Pakistan can Cubanize.
If only North Korea and South Korea can resort to a Cubanization.
Joseph is an idiom coined from the Biblical Character. He was vehement in his weltanschauung for not compromising on morality and thus he refused the amorous advances of his Egyptian Master Potiphar’s wife. Joseph as an idiom means not compromising on moral principles.
When Bill Clinton was bombarded by the media on his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, he adopted a defensive stance of being a Joseph.
In the contemporary world it is difficult to be a Joseph.
She is Joseph when she was besieged by her neighbor’s lewd machinations.
Potiphar’s wife is a biblical character who was the employer of Joseph during his Egyptian captivity. Potiphar’s wife became salaciously enamored with Joseph who spurned her advances.
Potiphar’s wife is an idiom and it means a person whose carnal petitions have been rejected by another.
Many of my married nights have been spent as Potiphar’s wife.
The client became a Potiphar’s wife when he quoted a fee much lower than that was decided by the strumpet.
Convenience lie is delaying something for convenience sake by evading the truth with the foreknowledge that the evasiveness will materialize positively for the benefit of both people in the dialogue.
Examples for Convenience Lie
In a democracy facing the popular mandate, politicians speak convenient lies to the electorate just to gain time knowing that in future if they win, they can accomplish what they cannot promise now.
He had to say a convenience lie to his friend who ask him of monetary help fully knowing that he is in a position to do so only at a later date..