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- v. To besmear with gore.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To besmear with gore.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To besmear with gore.
He had his hand on the bible begore they were out of Dealey.
Pau: You should do some studying on currency values begore making comments.
HK47: Canberra wil have a permanent AFL team begore either Tasmania or NT, ACT has the population of Tasmania, in a much smaller location, as well as firmly being a Rugby Area.
Vettel would have finished in 4th, cause he lost a position to Lewis Hamilton, and in the closing stages he suffered a brake problem, while he dropped to 4th, behind Alonso's Ferrari. 2 laps begore the end, Lewis had a puncture, and crash into the barriers in Turn 3.
I posted this today as I've been using the bike again for the first time ths week and it's still shiny, so thought Id put it up begore it gets all dirty again.
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