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  • In other words, once you get away with the heist, follow the wisdom of the Amharic saying "Ye leba ayne derek meles o leb adrik."

    The A B C's of Stealing an Election

  • They also offered a bright melody called "Oh, Turn On the Baseball Game," and when the U.S. fans began a chant telling the England fans to do something untoward with the English soccer hero W ayne Rooney, the England fans urged them to perform the same with Derek Jeter.

    Should This Horn Be Banned?

  • To get a feel for this stuff, we asked two of D. C.'s top security consultants, former homicide detectives Joe McCann and D.ayne Stanton, to walk us through it at a nice corner lot house in the suburbs.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2007

  • Back in May I announced the start of a translation project at Uncle Jazzbeau's Gallimaufrey; I thought this would be a good time to mention that Jim has just posted Part 4 of Leivick's der wolf.un vi der rov hot gekukt mit zayne ofene oygn azoy hobn di mili-milasn shtern genumen raysn zikh un shlogn zikh ayne on di andere un ibergeshpoltn ayne di andere, biz zay zaynen gevorn ibershlungen in der fintsternish.

    languagehat.com: DER VOLF, CONTINUED.

  • In a disch þem̅ ye lay/if hit like yo {ur} sou {er} ayne to ete.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Take capou {n} or heñ so enlased, & devide; take þe lift whynge; in þe sawce mynce hit eueñ beside, and yf your {e} sou {er} ayne ete sau {er} ly/

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Se that your {e} sou {er} ayne haue clene shurt & breche,

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Of your {e} sou {er} ayne take no leue [251];/but low to hym̅ alowt.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Suffir neu {er} þy sou {er} ayne/to fele þem, y the pray/364

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Furst par {e} þe quarters of the looff round all {e} a-bowt, þañ kutt þe vpper crust/for your {e} sou {er} ayne, & to hym alowt.

    Early English Meals and Manners

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