comity \KOM-i-tee\ noun,
- mutual courtesy; civility.
- Also called comity of nations. courtesy between nations, as in respect shown by one country for the laws, judicial decisions, and institutions of another.
Derives from the Latin term cōmis meaning "affable." It entered English in the mid-1500s.
- Someone who get's an audience riled up and hype, but they don't have much substance. Like a DJ or a lesser known opening artist before a performance.
Nigeria is a hype artist, but she doesn't ever know what she's talking about.
- King John: signed and sealed the Magna Carta at Runnymede (1215)
- Charles Goodyear: received a patent for vulcanization, a process to strengthen rubber (1844)
- John Lennon: first met Paul McCartney when Lennon's rock group, The Quarrymen, performed at a church dinner; Lennon was 15, McCartney was 13 (1956)
- Dan Quayle: famous "potatoe" misspelling incident occurred (1992)
- 2002 MN: asteroid had a near miss as it flew by Earth (2002)
- Harry Nilson 1941
- Janet Lennon 1946 - Singer (The Lennon Sisters)
- Jim Varney 1949
- Simon Callow 1949
- Russell Hitchcock 1949 - Musician (Air Supply)
- Julie Hagerty 1955
- Brett Butler 1957 - Baseball player
- Wade Boggs 1958
- Helen Hunt 1963
- Scott Rockenfield 1963 - Musician (Queensryche)
- Courteney Cox 1964 - Actress ("Friends")
- Michael Britt 1966 - Musician (Lonestar)