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  • ` Meet me in Washin'ton, deah creecher, an 'heah's a hundred dollahs - do not fail me!'

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  • "That's not what we want him for, Annette deah," sighs the fat horror.

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  • "Still, that acquaintance may prove useful to our pu'pose - eh, Annie deah?"

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  • Now you jes 'tell Hannah,' cos she's dyin 'to heah say, but lemme kiss you fust, you deah big lovin'-machine!

    THE NUMBERS

  • His next movie could be him as a half-mad inventor who creates something completely useless … perhaps some sort of deah clock.

    SEMI-PRO LOOKS SEMI-STUPID

  • Wyrd oft nereth unfaegne eorl, ponne his ellen deah.

    Katherine Neville "The Fire"

  • Much of it of horses that have been beaten to deah years before I even entered higher education.

    The angry journalist « BuzzMachine

  • He called me “deah” and “sweethawt” and it never occurred to me that I was being harassed.

    Up, up and away.

  • OK, the source for the relevant Rabeinu tam is avodah zara 35a, but is rejected in the shulchan aruch yoreh deah 115:2 and the rama with goes entirely with the rambam.

    Actually, Not Sure What’s For Dinner | Jewschool

  • The Rama on yoreh deah 87:10 says that even though the stomach lining is reduced to “wood” meaning, essentially, a dvar chadash, the ossur is still in place, and therefore, even with non-animal rennet, the ossur is still in place.

    Actually, Not Sure What’s For Dinner | Jewschool

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