Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Portuguese liquid measure. It is equal in Lisbon to 1.47 United States quarts, 1.23 English quarts, or 1.395 liters, in Oporto to 2.23 United States quarts or 2.114 liters, in Rio to 2.81 liters, in Bahia to 7.25 United States quarts, and in Ceylon to 1.60 United States quarts. Also
- n. a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada
“Time to taker back canada from the CAIR Islamists that want Sharia law in canada and yahoos like Muhamad Elamsry and Sheema Khan that mete-out Justice after they tear-up our Charter Of Rights.”
“Sass said ... heh, the first trip my dad makes when I land in canada is to the LCBO (the second, on a sidenote, is to Swiss Chalet, because that sauce they have is like crack) ... the way to get through the long holiday season of visiting with people you don't like all that much, but are family anyway.”
“That being said a couple of there wiens they do import cellars in canada is the “official Wine of the Olympics and it ain’t even from Canada! HAH””
“Come on now its legal in canada and mexico and other countries.”
“Maybe it seems a no brainer that yes they should know that US citizens are permited in canada ..... but what if we change the situation to this ....”
“The question in the case of travelling to canada is if the people at the airport consider my US passport as permission to enter.”
“FINALLY something special in canada! and its only a 15 minute drive! yay!”
“I've also heard of guys using live mice in canada just on a hook for trout.”
“Uploaded on February 04, 2010 will obama realy take guns away its happened in canada i hope he dosent do it but if he takes guns away can we still use bows”
“I got a receiver from global about 18 months ago and they hooked me up with everything I needed including a connection in canada for my account he is a very good man to work with and was very helpful, I would reccomend him highly.”
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...And all that heavy metal.
Interesting words that came to me in spam emails in the "From" field. Read in pairs by order added, add the initial of your choice, and you'll get a list of "names."
by Joe Grant and Steve Ritchie
Come all you brave young soldier lads
With your strong and manly bearing
I'll tell you ...
Words that make me go Yay!
Looking for tweets for canada.