from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The soft fur of some animals, especially the beaver
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Down; fur.
- n. The flux; dysentery.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Down; fur; especially, the fur of a hare.
- n. Fluffiness; waviness, as of hair or fur.
- n. A flux.
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I just find this type of work far more interesting than a Sandra Bullock type "chic flix".
Since then, Amazon has talked to media companies about smaller— and less expensive—caches of movies and TV shows than Net flix usually buys, those people added.
K writes: flix: I think you may be too subtle for me, I miss the point.
Posted January 11, 2007 9: 40 AM spencer writes: flix -- do you even know when Roosevelt died?
Posted February 7, 2007 1: 18 AM flix writes: albeit focusing more on the link to organized labor than business cartels.
Posted March 9, 2007 2: 49 PM ronaprhys writes: flix writes:
Posted March 12, 2007 5: 20 AM ronaprhys writes: flix writes:
Posted March 8, 2007 3: 32 AM flix writes: more importantly, you can unelect coke or pepsi every single day. you can unelect your insurance company in a matter of days.
Posted March 7, 2007 1: 04 PM flix writes: what stops Coke from hiring a militia and taking out Pepsi?
Posted March 12, 2007 9: 00 PM flix writes: ronaprhys
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