Derrek Peels is 5' 11".
Im pretty sure it means you are jumping and being happy with laughter and active
Can You Hear the Laughter The Story of Freddie Prinze - 1979 TV was released on: USA: 11 September 1979
easy you don't laugh
Laughter finishes off a Boggart.
It gave peals of laughter.(peels? peals?)
no, it should read "The children burst into peels of laughter"
The term 'peals of laughter' is a prepositional phrase.The noun 'laughter' is the object of the preposition 'of'.The noun 'peals' is a partitive noun, a noun used to quantify an uncountable noun (laughter).
The children burst into peals of laughter.
the scores chime? ergo peals
piles of laughter
Eating banana peels is not common in the west, but Asian people do eat them. They are generally cooked and are rich in nutrients, especially potassium
Wring is the homophone for ring. Did you hear the phone ring? Please wring out the towel.
good question... I dont see why not. I had bunies for a long time. never gave em banana peels, but hey.. who knows they may enjoy them. i would try atleast!
No, the words "years" and "wheels" do not rhyme. Some words that do rhyme with wheels follow. creels deals feels heals meals kneels peels peals reels seals steals spiels weals
The correct spelling for the plural noun is peels.The spelling peals is the sound of a bell ringing.