- A person who, whether in a church or any other gathering, when the crowd is asked to say something in unison, is always a syllable and a half behind everyone else.
Teacher: Good Morning, class
Class: Good morning, teacher
Teacher: How are you today?
Class: Fine thanks, how are you?
Ancaster: -are you?
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Ancaster — Lage in Ontario … Deutsch Wikipedia
Ancaster — can refer to any of the following places:* Ancaster, Ontario, Canada * Ancaster, Lincolnshire, England * Gilbert Heathcote Drummond Willoughby, 3rd Earl of Ancaster, last holder of the now extinct Earldom of Ancasteree also* Ancaster stone … Wikipedia
Ancaster — (spr. Ännkestr), Flecken in der englischen Grafschaft Lincoln, gegen 450 Ew., sonst Römerstation. Überreste aus jener Zeit; gibt der Familie Bertwie, Grafen von Lindsay, seit 1716 den Titel als Herzöge von A … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
ancaster — A person who, whether in a church or any other gathering, when the crowd is asked to say something in unison, is always a syllable and a half behind everyone else. Teacher: Good Morning, class Class: Good morning, teacher Ancaster: eacher Teacher … Dictionary of american slang
Ancaster — Original name in latin Ancaster Name in other language Ankaster, Анкастер State code CA Continent/City America/Toronto longitude 43.21806 latitude 79.98716 altitude 253 Population 33232 Date 2012 05 07 … Cities with a population over 1000 database
Ancaster — /an kas teuhr, ang /, n. a town in S Ontario, in S Canada. 14,255. * * * … Universalium
Ancaster — /an kas teuhr, ang /, n. a town in S Ontario, in S Canada. 14,255 … Useful english dictionary
Ancaster, Ontario — Ancaster is a suburban community in the southwest of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, with which it amalgamated in 2001. It is considered the greatest of Hamilton communities. Geography, economy and populationAncaster is the most westerly portion of… … Wikipedia
Ancaster stone — is Middle Jurassic oolitic limestone, quarried around Ancaster, Lincolnshire, England. There are two forms, the rag and the freestone. For example, Ancaster rag and freestone are both found at Gregory s Quarry (SK992409), 2½ kilometres south of… … Wikipedia
Ancaster Roman Town — was a small town in the Roman province of Britannia. Its name in Latin is unknown, although it is sometimes identified with Causennis (usually thought to be Saltersford). Today it is known as Ancaster, located in the English county of… … Wikipedia