temporize \TEM-puh-ryz\, intransitive verb:
- To be indecisive or evasive in order to gain time or delay action.
- To comply with the time or occasion; to yield to prevailing opinion or circumstances.
- To engage in discussions or negotiations so as to gain time (usually followed by 'with').
- To come to terms (usually followed by 'with').
Temporize derives from Medieval Latin temporizare, "to pass the time," from Latin tempus, tempor-, "time." It is related to temporary.
Cracked Screen App
- When you crack your iPhone screen for some reason, but you just keep using it since it still works. It is free to get this app but if you want to get rid of it, you need to pay around $70 to get it fixed.
Tomo: How was the party last night?
Anuj: I got hella drunk last night and I blacked out. I noticed I got the Cracked Screen App on my iPhone when I woke up this morning feeling like P. Diddy.
- Morocco: gained independence from France (1956)
- 100-point game: Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA's single-game scoring record in a Philadelphia Warriors-New York Knicks game; he had not slept and had a hangover (1962)
- Sam Houston 1793 - First President of the Republic of Texas
- Dr. Suess 1904
- Tom Wolfe 1931 - Author
- Mikhail Gorbachev 1931 - Former Soviet President
- Al Waxman 1934
- Doug Watkins 1934
- Paul Dino 1939
- Barbara Luna 1939 - Actress
- Jon Finch 1941 - Actor
- John Irving 1942 - Author
- Lou Reed 1942 - Musician (Velvet Underground)
- Eddie Money 1949 - Musician
- Karen Carpenter 1950 - Singer (The Carpenters)
- Cassie Yates 1951 - Actress
- Laraine Newman 1952 - Actress ("Saturday Night Live")
- Jay Osmond 1955 - Singer (The Osmond Brothers)
- Mark Evans 1956 - Musician (AC/DC)
- John Cowsill 1956 - Musician (The Cowsills)
- Kevin Curren 1958
- Robert Iler 1985 - Actor ("The Sopranos")
- Reggie Bush 1985 - Football player