GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the lower house of the parliament of the Republic of Ireland; -- also called the
Dail Eirann. From its members is selected the taoiseach, or prime minister.
- n. the lower house of the parliament of the Irish Republic
“Point is, that it takes real integrity and courage to in order to deliver the dail news in our living rooms.”
“To: email@example.com the photo richard guerra linked to a martial arts tag soryu karate, needs to be removed. secondly the interview in the dail u.t. paper is false,”
“Skype looks like it will charge you to call someones cell by the minute, whereas Majicjack could care less, I can dail anything in the US for one flat rate per year.”
“It can't be easy watching your job bequeathed in the media on a dail”
“SInce when do democrats not count votes!!!!!!! where is the outrage from moveon and dail ykos who in the past have called for voter disenfranchisement and petitions when there is SMALLEST sign of voter fraud!!!!!!! the obama people are the most hypocritical i have ever seen!!!!!!! hillary or bust!!!!!!!!!”
“After two years of owning an iPhone, I just figured out a quick way to re-dail is to tap the call button without typing anything.”
“Mike Hudack, chief executive of Web show distribution and services network Blip. tv, wants his aging aunt, a decade-long AOL dail-up user who only recently got a modern modem, to be able to sit down on her living room couch, flip on the television, and not be able to differentiate whether a TV show was created by a major network or "that guy in his garage.”
“Furthermore you can use it as your default search engine and speed dail search engine by ticking the boxes.”
“When this is down what happens when I dail the 765 number?”
“Lisa: yeah, it took about 20-25 minutes to process the photos and resize them they are taken in supersize - like to fill a wall, so I have to shrink them so people with dail up can see them.”
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