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2. meaningless, purposeless, hollow, empty, vain; inane, worthless, senseless, without rhyme or reason; unreasonable, irrational, nonsensical, preposterous; foolish, fatuous, silly, asinine, absurd, stupid; irrelevant, nongermane, inapposite, impertinent; inapplicable, immaterial, foreign, alien, unrelated, unconnected; extraneous, gratuitous, unessential, insignificant; beside the point, neither here nor there, beside the question, beside the mark, nothing to do with it; Inf. off base, not to the point, Inf. off the beam, Inf. off the wall; inconsistent, illogical, inconsequent, self-contradictory, incongruous.
3. weak, forceless, impotent; ineffectual, inadequate, worthless, valueless, meritless, nugatory; futile, vain, idle, bootless, useless, unavailing; unproductive, unyielding, unprofitable, profitless, gainless, unre-munerative, unpaying; unsuccessful, to no avail, to no purpose, for naught, all for naught.

poise, n. 1. balance, equilibrium, equipoise, equi-pollence, equipollency, equiponderance, equiponder-ancy; equivalence, equality, parity, par;, correspondence, evenness, levelness; equalization, uniformity, symmetry, parallelism.
2. composure, aplomb, assurance, confidence, selfassurance, self-confidence, self-possession, selfcommand, self-control, collectedness; equanimity, calmness, cool, coolness, sang-froid, imperturbability; sedateness, staidness, reserve; polish, grace, refinement, urbanity, suaveness, savoir-faire.
3. steadiness, stability, stableness, stasis; suspension, wavering, hovering.
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posture, carriage, pose, attitude. - v. 5. balance, equilibrate, counterbalance, counterpoise; level, even, square; stabilize, steady.
6. hover, hang suspended, hang in midair; float, ride, fly.

poised, adj. composed, calm, cool, Inf. together; selfassured, self-possessed, self-confident; dignified, mannered, decorous, polished, urbane, suave; nonchalant, unruffled, imperturbable, unflappable,

poisonous, adj. 1. venomous, virulent, (in prescriptions) venenosus, toxic, morbific; fell, baneful, mephitic, viperous, Rare, virose, Archaic, venenose; pestilential, pestiferous, infective, infectious, pestilent, contaminative, contagious, leprous, septic.
2. pernicious, dangerous, hazardous, deleterious, detrimental, destructive, ruinous; deadly, lethal, fatal, mortal, mortiferous,
Archaic, lethiferous; harmful, injurious, nocuous, hurtful, nocent, baleful, noisome; noxious, malicious, malign, malignant, menacing; insalubrious, unhealthful, unhygienic, unsanitary.
3. malevolent, maleficent, malefic, devilish, demonic, diabolic; vicious, rancorous, invidious; vindictive, revengeful, vengeful, spiteful; slanderous, libelous, calumnious, defamatory; acrimonious, caustic, bitter, envenomed, vitriolic.

poke, v. 1. push, butt, jab, dig, nudge, jog, punch; thrust, force, drive, stir, impel, goad, prod; jolt, jostle, elbow, shove.
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Usu.

poke out extend, project, protrude, overhang, beetle; stick out, shoot out, hang out.
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Usu.

poke into intrude, meddle, Inf. kibbitz, Inf. butt in, Inf. horn in, stick one's nose where it doesn't belong; muscle in, worm in, interlope.

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Precautions while using ATM Machines

Destroy all expired cards

Destroy all expired cards by cutting through the account number and signature area. Make sure no information can be obtained from expired credit or debit cards. Prepare your transactions (have card out, deposit slip filled out, etc.) before you approach the ATM to minimize the time spent at the machine.

1. I'm exhausted.
2. I'm dead tired.
3. I'm pooped.
4. I'm spent.
5. I'm beat.
6. I'm running on fumes. / I'm running on empty.
7. I can hardly keep my eyes open.
8. I'm off to bed.
9. I'm gonna hit the sack. (hit the sack = go to bed)
10. It's bedtime for me.
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