Let me head them off at the pass
No scalpers allowed
Allow me to part ways with those high brow types
Because it's in the eye of the beholder
and those words will not cross my lips
Now that you will shoulder the blame,
don't back off, don't stretch yourself too thin
Your motives need not go to waste,
even if your rivals find it hard to stomach
When push comes to shove, you can be hip, thigh high
I know that you prefer to recline but we kneed you
Don't stoop to conquer, palms down.
When your put your foot down we are with you -in toe.

Watch your step, where angels fear to tread.

Phys`i*ol"o*gy (?), n.; pl. Physiologies (#). [L. physiologia, Gr. ; nature + discourse: cf. F. physiologie.]

1.

The science which treats of the phenomena of living organisms; the study of the processes incidental to, and characteristic of, life.

It is divided into animal and vegetable physiology, dealing with animal and vegetable life respectively. When applied especially to a study of the functions of the organs and tissues in man, it is called human physiology.

2.

A treatise on physiology.

Mental physiology, the science of the functions and phenomena of the mind, as distinguished from a philosophical explanation of the same.

 

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