from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See borrel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging to the laity, as opposed to the clergy.
- Rude; unlearned.
- n. A coarse woolen stuff, or garments made of it; hence, clothing in general.
- n. A kind of light stuff the warp of which was silk and the woof wool; a kind of serge.
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I would have them come forth from their lonely places, mix with the borel folks, feel the pains and the pleasures, the cares and the rewards, the temptings and the stirrings of the common people.
15 May 2009 calvin borel the tonight show interview calvin borel (arrow) and family in this 1968 photo louisiana native and 135th kentucky derby winning jockey, calvin borel, was on the tonight show with jay leno recently and shared a couple of family photos. calvin borel's childhood home click here to watch the video clip. related posts
That is why I say that the murrain was the best friend that the borel folk ever had. "
That is why I say that the murrain was the best friend that the borel folk ever had.
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