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LP Damages your opponent. Hidden category: Card pages with an unofficial Chinese lore. Desserts Seuls Check translation. Gerechte Nachspeise Check translation.
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Infligez points de dommages aux Life Points de votre adversaire pour chacun de ses monstres sur le Terrain. Infligge punti di danno ai Life Points del tuo avversario per ogni mostro che egli ha sul Terreno.
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Despite its pronunciation, just deserts , with one s , is the proper spelling for the phrase meaning "the punishment that one deserves. It might even make one wonder why there are not other meal-based forms of chastisement in our language; why no deserved breakfasts , no requisite lunches , no warranted teas?
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Maybe there are cookies being weighed on those scales? The English language is fond of occasionally embracing its whimsical and illogical side, in order to keep things interesting for the people who attempt to use it. In fact, the use of just deserts predates that of dessert , as it came into use in the middle of the 16th century. I haue bene yonge and am nowe olde, yet the eies in myne heade: Dyd never se the juste deserte, nor hys seede begge theyr breade.
In this warre Alexander was made Capitayne of one of the battailles, wherein his noble hert and courage did well apeare, specially when it came to the stroke of the fight, for there he acquited him self so valiauntly yt he semed not inferiour vnto his father, nor to any man els, but by moste iuste desert got the honour of the victory. Unto kynges and princes we gyue due obeysaunce, by whose gouernaunce and furtheraunce they haue bin ayded, to perfurme theyr attemp tes.
In early use desert was often used in the singular, and just desert might not refer to a punishment, but to anything that was deserved. In modern use it is typically found in the plural, and just deserts almost always is in reference to a deserved punishment, rather than a reward. And remember that just deserts has nothing to do with post-prandial sweets, unless it is that the punishment that you deserve is to receive none of these things.
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