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TO WIT. That is to say; namely; scilicet; (q.v.) videlicet. (q.v.)

TO WIT. To know, that is to say, namely. See Scilicet.

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Today, witless politicians are still trying to get us all to pay more so they can arrange to have (so-called) smart meters fitted to every home, as they believe that those who were educated under our comprehensive system are not intelligent enough to realise that the more heat our electrical and gas appliances generate the more expensive they are to run!
So he is scared witless by sinister and strange events that occur when he and his baby are stranded in a spooky housing block.
But tonight, Roxy is upstairs being scared witless by a drunk, unemployed and highly annoyed Polish builder.
A LOUGHBOROUGH bachelor complains a mobile phone company allowed him to run up a vast bill calling a 'babe channel' (ie, blue and witless).
"All working women, funny or not, juggle so much we could be in Moscow State Circus." Writer Kathy Lette, above "Most people writing witless spite on the net never imagine that the subjects of their bile, protected by the glittering winding sheet of fame, might ever read it; surprisingly, often they do and it can be very hurtful."
Bulgaria's Ministry of Transport, IT, and Communications launched Tuesday free witless internet in the park in front of the National Ivan Vazov Theater in downtown Sofia.
Leigh said he hacked into private voicemails to expose "bribery and corruption," not for "witless tittle-tattle."
"i can't believe you got divorced," gasped witless host Dermot O'leary.
"It's obnoxious because of the relentlessness with which it slams witless gags in the viewer's face," he said.
These are witless, discourteous and a waste of viewers' time.
I pray that this conceited individual does not have children who may be contaminated by his witless stupidity and I encourage the Government to continue to inform and educate the population.
An immature female bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) was discovered stranded dead at Witless Bay Point, just south of Mobile Point (47[degrees]14' 68.00"N.