Now, there is the civil-service law: Uncle Nate and I wus a talkin' about it yesterday.
No sir, I tol' him how he couldn't hev' 'em if he wus two lords.
It wus hot 'nough fer a while, I tell you; as lively a little jig as I've ever bin in.
Archie B. smiled: “Bishop, you've called my hand—I wus for that monkey.”
Dey didn't have all dese new fangled things to do work an' go 'bout on when I wus a boy.
He said he wus huntin' his people; and dat he had lost all he had.
When I wus to de house we had a granny an' I blowed in a bottle to make de labor quick an' easy.
My mammy said she didn't go to no dances 'cause she wus crippled.
I wus raised down in Mississip', an' run away when I wus fourteen.
Mammy said when de Yankees come through she wus 'fraid of 'em.
Chinese-born American physicist. Research with her colleagues on electron emission in the decay of radioactive elements showed that parity symmetry, long thought to hold for all physical laws, is in fact violated; the decay processes displayed odd parity, essentially entailing that nature distinguishes between right-handed and left-handed processes.