:organisms living in the thin surface layer existing at the air-water interface of a body of water
w00t. interjection. <slang, origin disputed, probably originally from the 1337. See Note>
bezoar. n. <PERS.pâdzahr (پادزهر), "protection from poison">A smooth stone found in the intestines of mostly ruminant animals, formed from minerals, undigestible food, minerals, or (rarely) medication. They can grow as large as a softball or larger, are smooth and polished in appearance, and have the heft of a large billiard ball.Bezoars, particularly trichobezoars formed from hair (the most popular form of bezoar), were considered a kind of panacea in the pre-enlightenment era.
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