from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Air.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See eyre.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a republic consisting of 26 of 32 counties comprising the island of Ireland; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1921
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The one that instantly makes me think crossword is "eire."
Also in this yere, in the kal 'of Juyn, fell a blody reyne in Burgoyn, and a blody crosse apered in the eire fro the morwe unto myd day at
Livourne v Genoa 11/2009, Bayern Munich v Bayer Leverkusen 22 11 2009, france eire 18 11 2009, match and highlights, résumé match, all goals, tous les buts, 2009, 2010, C. Ronaldo vs L.
As regards sectarianism id remind you his parting shot to the leadership he ousted in the early 80s was to throw out their eire nua proposls as well.
RedAlert - Ya seen that ad its quite funny, not sure it … eire sarah - Morning all!
..aye & it's a sad fookin' day when a man fron the ol' sod ain't offerin' ta stand another man from eire to a fine guiness ta celebrate the wearin' a' the green on this fine, fine day...
NICJVLATOS ompes eire varietates vnius eius* demque fpeciei, quae aecati aut loco natali origi* nem fuam debeot.
Sec. quoou« accipit iib.i. £ieg. 5»v. 3o. m-» fuferas Latias et tamen eire flnu rus.
An fecum eire Chriitum, cum colledi fuerint, ppinantur; qui extra Chrifti Ecclefiam colli - guntur?
& Cuiacius lib.z. obferuac.cap. i r. prffiferunt eire dcfumta cx Caij iib. flnguiari aci lcgem Gliciam, non, vt voluit Haloandcr, Leuticam; in
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