from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river of western Belarus flowing about 933 km (580 mi) west then north and west to the Baltic Sea.
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- proper n. a river of Eastern Europe, flowing through Belarus, Lithuania and Russia to the Baltic Sea
- proper n. a town in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia
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An EZ Texting manager was given a similar message in a conversation with a T-Mobile employee, Neman said.
Of T-Mobile's best practices guidelines, EZ Texting CEO Shane Neman said, "This is not common industry practice, and T-Mobile never enforced this purported requirement until it learned about the Web site at issue here."
Neman said that 4INFO, the firm that gave EZ Texting its short code, learned that T-Mobile would be blocking EZ Texting because it was "considered inappropriate."
But it was clear within seconds that Neman was the superior swordsman.
Eman and Neman took every chance they got to torture Alder.
As Alder turned his attention to Eman, Neman retrieved his sword.
As Alder blocked the slashing blow, Neman stepped behind him and caught him with a hard rap on his back.
Eman and Neman were now closing in on him from opposite directions.
Both he and Neman were much larger than the Milago boy.
Hold the Milago, Eman said to Neman, while I teach this weakling a lesson.
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