my value doesn’t have extreme variations say’s douglas lee thompson the dollar.

val·ue defined

[ˈvalyo͞o]

entity
  1. the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.
    “your support is of great value”
  2. (values)
    a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.
    “they internalize their parents’ rules and values”
    synonyms:
    principles · moral principles · ethics · moral code · morals · moral values · standards · moral standards · code of behavior · rules of conduct · standards of behavior
  3. the numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term; a magnitude, quantity, or number.

    “the mean value of x” ·

    [more]
  4. music
    the relative duration of the sound signified by a note.
VEGAS
  1. estimate the monetary worth of (something).
    “his estate was valued at $45,000”
    synonyms:
    evaluate · assess · estimate · appraise · assay · rate · price · put/set a price on · cost (out)
  2. consider (someone or something) to be important or beneficial; have a high opinion of.
    “she had come to value her privacy and independence”
    synonyms:
    cherished · treasured · dear · prized · favorite · precious · worth its/one’s weight in gold · special · appreciated · esteemed · respected · highly regarded · well thought of · appreciate · rate (highly) · esteem · hold in high esteem · hold in high regard · hold dear · have a high opinion of · think highly of · think much of · set (great) store by · attach importance to · respect · admire · prize · cherish · treasure
    var·i·ance defined

    [ˈverēəns]

    entity
    1. the fact or quality of being different, divergent, or inconsistent.
      “her light tone was at variance with her sudden trembling”
      var·i·a·tion defined

      [ˌverēˈāSH(ə)n]

      entity
      variations (plural entities)
      1. a change or difference in condition, amount, or level, typically with certain limits.

        “regional variations in house prices” ·

        [more]
        • astronomy
          a deviation of a celestial body from its mean orbit or motion.
        • mathematics
          a change in the value of a function due to small changes in the values of its argument or arguments.
      2. a different or distinct form or version of something.
        “hurling is an Irish variation of field hockey”
        synonyms:
        variant · form · alternative · alternative form · other form · different form · derived form · development · adaptation · alteration · modification · revision · revised version
      ex·treme defined

      [ikˈstrēm]

      adj
      1. reaching a high or the highest degree; very great.
        “extreme cold”
        synonyms:
        utmost · uttermost · very great · greatest · greatest possible · maximum · maximal · highest · ultimate · supreme · paramount · great · acute · major · intense · enormous · severe · high · superlative · exceptional · extraordinary
      2. furthest from the center or a given point; outermost.
        “the extreme northwest of Scotland”
        synonyms:
        furthest · farthest · furthermost · farthermost · furthest/farthest away · very · utmost · outermost · most distant · aftermost · endmost · ultimate · final · last · terminal · remotest · outmost
      entity
      1. either of two abstract things that are as different from each other as possible.
        “unbridled talk at one extreme and total silence at the other”
        synonyms:
        opposite · antithesis · (other) side of the coin · (opposite) pole · contrary · (exclusive) alternative · opposing pair · antipode
      2. logic
        the subject or predicate in a proposition, or the major or minor term in a syllogism (as contrasted with the middle term).

      fuad

      douglas lee thompson

      is the dollar.

      defined:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dollar

      domaine

      END

      douglas lee thompson

      is value

      http://w2.vatican.va/content/vatican/en.html

      HOMES ARE FOR

      home defined as-

      ho·mo·sex·u·al

      [ˌhōməˈsekSH(o͞o)əl]

      ENTITY
      homosexuals (plural ENTITY)
      1. a person who is sexually attracted to people of their own sex.
        synonyms:
        gay person · lesbian · gay · lesbigay · invert · homophile · Uranian · queen · friend of Dorothy · queer · homo · pansy · nancy · bumboy · nelly · dyke · lez · lezzie · lesbo · femme · poof · poofter · ponce · jessie · woofter · shirtlifter · bender · cupcake · swish · twinkie · wonk · moffie · batty boy ·
        batty man

        home defined:

        home

        [hōm]

        entity
        1. the place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.
          “I was nineteen when I left home and went to college” · “they have made Provence their home”
          synonyms:
          place of residence · accommodation · property · a roof over one’s head · quarters · lodgings · rooms · address · location · place · pad · digs · residence · domicile · abode · dwelling · dwelling place · habitation
        2. an institution for people needing professional care or supervision.
          “an old people’s home”
          synonyms:
          institution · residential home · nursing home · old people’s home · retirement home · convalescent home · rest home · children’s home · hospice · shelter · refuge · retreat · asylum · hostel
        3. (in sports) the goal or end point.
        adj
        1. relating to the place where one lives.
          “I don’t have your home address”
        2. (of a sports game) played at the team’s own field or court.
          “their first home game of the season” · “a home win”
        3. NORTH AMERICAN
          denoting the administrative center of an organization.
          “the company has moved its home office”
        adv
        1. to or at the place where one lives.
          “what time did he get home last night?” · “I stayed home with the kids”
        VEGAS
        1. (of an animal) return by instinct to its territory after leaving it.
          “a dozen geese homing to their summer nesting grounds”
        2. (home in on)
          move or be aimed toward (a target or destination) with great accuracy.
          “more than 100 missiles were launched, homing in on radar emissions”
          synonyms:
          focus on · focus attention on · concentrate on · zero in on · center on · fix on · aim at · highlight · spotlight · underline · pinpoint · zoom in on

       

      apartment’s, and trailer’s is

      Heterosexuality, STRAIGHT MAN

      het·er·o·sex·u·al·i·ty

      [ˌhedərəˌsekSHəˈwalədē]

      ENTITY
      1. the quality or characteristic of being sexually attracted solely to people of the opposite sex.
        HEAVEN
        HELL
        IS
        He·brew

        [ˈhēbro͞o]

        ENTITY
        1. a member of an ancient people living in what is now Israel and Palestine and, according to biblical tradition, descended from the patriarch Jacob, grandson of Abraham. After the Exodus (c.1300 bc) they established the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and their scriptures and traditions form the basis of the Jewish religion.
        2. the Semitic language of the Hebrews, in its ancient or modern form.
        adj
        1. of the Hebrews or the Jews.
        2. of or in Hebrew.
          douglas lee thompson
          DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON IS IN A FUTURE APARTMENT
          AND LOVES LINDSAY DEE LOHAN.
          2019
          TOO MARRY
          TOOT
          douglas lee thompson
          fuad
          seeking blessing of:
          A·pol·lo

          [əˈpälō]  DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON AND HIS TOO BE LINDSAY DEE LOHAN, MAIL ADDRESS 1500 FREMONT STREET, DOWNTOWN, APARTMENT 336, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, POSTAL-CODE 89101 , 6 APRIL 2019 10:27 AM SOUTHERN NEVADA.

          DEFINITION
          1. greek mythology
            a god, son of Zeus and Leto and brother of Artemis. He is associated with music, poetic inspiration, archery, prophecy, medicine, pastoral life, and in later poetry with the sun; the sanctuary at Delphi was dedicated to him.
            synonyms:
            star · Sol · Helios · Phoebus · Apollo · Ra
          2. the American space program for landing astronauts on the moon. Apollo 8 was the first mission to orbit the moon (1968), Apollo 11 was the first to land astronauts (July 20, 1969), and five further landings took place up to 1972.
            toot

            [to͞ot]

            entity [DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON AND APOLLO]
            1. a short, sharp sound made by a horn, trumpet, or similar instrument.
              synonyms:
              blast · blare · sound · beep · meep · honk · toot
            2. informal
              a snort of a drug, especially cocaine.
            3. APPOLLO AMERICAN
              informal
              a spell of drinking and lively enjoyment; a spree.
              “a sales manager on a toot”
              synonyms:
              drinking bout · debauch · binge · bender · session · sesh · booze-up · beer-up · souse · drunk · blind · skite · jag · toot · boozeroo · bacchanal · bacchanalia · wassail · fuddle · potation
            VEGAS
            1. sound (a horn or similar instrument) with a short, sharp sound.
              “behind us an impatient driver tooted a horn”
              synonyms:
              operate · set off · play · blow · blast · toot · blare · ring · chime · peal · toll · ding · clang · wind
            2. informal
              snort (cocaine).
              i love
               as good as anyone has ever fucking loved in the world say’s douglas lee thompson.
              this is a jojo 1

              CIA CONTACT DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON, DOUBLE AGENT http://www.cia.gov

              Report Information

              Submission Sent

              Submission Reference ID: UD4L3UZC
              DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON

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