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- n. coarse wool on the legs of sheep
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Coarse wool on the legs of sheep.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To stare; gaze; gape.
- n. A state of eagerness and excitement.
- n. Coarse wool growing on the legs of sheep.
- n. Same as garefowl.
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of gore.
- n. A dock, basin, or turnout on a river or canal.
- n. A railway-station.
Gape go tloga go hlakile gore, ge nako e ntše e ya le tloga le itekile ka maatla gore le kwišiše merero e bothatata yeo e lego go lenaneo la NGC, le seemo sa ka gare ga naga bjale ka ge re swanetše go se sekaseka.
"le gore ke tla šireletša kopano le leina le le botse la mokgatlo le ditheo tša wona, le go lwantšha mekgwa ya tshenyo le dihlophahlophana ka gare ga mokgatlo."
She then gave me directions to the station, my wife and I met on time in Rouen, and I have never miss pronounced "gare" again.
On the platform of the "gare" our gallant Division Commander, Brigadier General Baarth, attended by his staff, who had come on ahead of us by way of Paris, greeted us warmly and reviewed the troops.
One of the most iconic examples is "Derrière la gare Saint-Lazare, Paris, 1932," an image of a man jumping over a puddle, his figure shadowed in the water estimate: €120,000-€180,000.
I asked several people, ou est la gare - only problem was, I was pronouncing it guerre instead of gare.
On the way home from the gare, I decided to positiver: to not focus on my aunt and uncle's absence, rather to turn the lonely ride into a Sunday drive (opting for the scenic and free route nationale instead of the autoroute).
Keating, let us know when you return to planet Earth. gare
La gare Saint-Charles fut longtemps le point de passage obligé des voyageurs à destination de l'Afrique et du Moyen-Orient.
On the way home from the gare, I decided to positiver: to not focus on my aunt and uncle's absence, rather to turn the lonely ride into a Sunday drive opting for the scenic and free route nationale instead of the autoroute.
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